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Revelation was, indeed, a hard book to paraphrase. The paraphraser read and found much of it that took place at the same time, one thing that was written about after another actually took place first; and much of it was repeats of what was already written, only written a different way. The paraphraser used a lot of help paraphrasing this book.
This Gist-Bible is a paraphrase of the New Testament of the Bible, it is not a verse-by-verse paraphrase, or a paragraph-by-paragraph paraphrase; we may have made a full page out of one short paragraph, or a short paragraph out of a full page. It was a team effort. Winner Torborg, the pastor of Bread of Life International Ministries has noticed how people get confused so easily from basic translations of the Bible. Many translations have a clear rendering of most of the Scriptures; but in others they seem to mislead, unintentionally of course. The translators did not mean to mislead, they just could not put in English what the original Hebrew, Greek and Aramaic said. Winner and his team prayed and listened and wrote this Gist-Bible to help you to grasp the truth. This is not meant to take the place of a Bible; it is a Bible aid, to help you to understand what you read.
Notes From B.O.L.I.M.
The paraphraser of the story of Jesus decided to do a comparison of the four synoptic gospels. Therefore, you will not find four different books, but only one with prayerful insights. The book of Acts is the continuation of the work of Jesus.
The paraphraser of the letters of Paul read, prayed, read and prayed some more, and then wrote what he found from his studies.
The paraphrasers of the letters of John, James, Peter and Jude did the same as the paraphraser of Paul's letters.
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