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My personal experience reading the lost books of the Bible.

Gallivanting around on social media some few weeks ago, I came across an article which talked extensively about superstitions and how they helped caged our curiosity and keep us in check. This same article discussed extensively about the books of Moses and the lost books of the Bible.

Out of curiosity, I set out to download the lost books from the Google play store and contrary to popular belief, I enjoyed my time reading it so far and yes it hasn't turned me to a destitute contrary to popular belief as it is not too different from the main Bible itself as it contains many stories, historical events and full of wisdom.

Many people do not understand the fact that the Bible is not a book written by a single person, but a library of several books which were composed by various people in various countries. It is interesting to know how this library grew and upon what principle some books were accepted and some rejected. Of course we may take people's word for the reasons why certain books were chosen, but it is always satisfactory to come to our own conclusions by examining our own evidence. This is what this Lost Books of the Bible enables us to do. We can examine the books of the Scriptures which we have in the authorized version, and then in this book we can read those scriptures which have been eliminated by various councils in order to make up our standard Bible.

The collection of The Lost Books of the Bible, is published, without prejudice or motive, save that the reader may find whatever pleases and instructs him, and may be free to enjoy his own speculation and hold his own opinion of these ancient and beautiful writings.

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