Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Chuck Missler's "Hidden Treasures of the Bible"

2 It is the glory of God to conceal a thing: 
but the honour of kings is to search out a matter.

Proverbs 25:2 
King James Version

How much do you know about the Bible?

Join the late Chuck Missler, the Berean-type Christian evangelist, high-tech guy, successful businessman, and lover of God's WORD, as he explores the Bible in many unusual, unexplored ways.

Missler considers the Bible in the following intriguing ways:

-- It is an "Integrated Message System".
-- It was by "deliberate design".
-- It came from a "supernatural source".

Of course, the Bible being a creation of God, that's just the tip of the iceberg, for there's so much more we don't really know, nor pay attention to, about the magnificent Book of God.

The Bible's composed of 66 books (of which I've only read a fraction), had over 40 authors (who didn't know each other, according to Missler), and was gathered over a period of 2,000 years.

Listen closely to the video above, and let Chuck Missler open your heart, and thinking, about the Bible, for if you're equipped with a child-like heart, you will want to know these things anyway.

If you love God, love knowing EVERYTHING about Him, love history, prophecy, and adventure, and how it all relates to science, technology, and present times -- in the unique Missler approach to Bible study -- you will be absorbed by the video, showing how little we really know about the MAJESTY, MAGNIFICENCE, and MAGNANIMITY of God.

We've all been given many gifts by God.

Chuck Missler was given this gift of Biblical, scientific, technological, historical, and prophetic ability to connect things about God and SCRIPTURE.

If you love adventure, precision, organization, and God above all, you will love Missler's probing approach.

As he himself said:

"God always rewards the diligent."

To know more about this amazing mind, read what his friends, family, and colleagues said after he passed on:

Chuck Missler, Father to a Family of Bereans (by Mary Miller Gehl)

Dr. Chuck Missler: A Retrospective (by William P. Welty, Ph.D.)

My Dad (by Lisa Missler Bright)

My Dad (by Meshell Missler)

My Friend (by Brian Hughes)

You may also be interested in Chuck Missler's 32 books.

Updated 21 January 2022