first bibleLet us never, never, never forget our brothers and sisters around the world who have yet to receive even their first Bible. Let us put them first in our prayers, and then let us search our hearts as how we ought to respond.

(Pictured: Compliments of Vision Beyond Borders: “The man pictured was an 81 year old Christian from a closed country who had prayed for a Bible for decades, and wept when he received one.” ~ V.B.B. Staff Member

If you wish to learn more, visit any of the sites below to be a help to those without.

A Simple Bible and You

What is it about a Bible exactly for the believer? Could it be that it is as it says? “All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work.” (2 Timothy 3:16-17) And what about having the ability to have a Bible in a particular English version, and with the exact cover you want? Is that not a wonderful thing? Sure it is. But let us stop and think for a moment…

What about those, and when I say those roughly a great majority of people, who do not yet have a Bible? What about the 1,800 languages that are still have not been translated? While owning a fine Bible is a wonderful blessing, let us not forget those who have yet to touch one. Read more here…


6 thoughts on “Forgotten?

  1. I truly believe that I am Blessed thank you so much for such a powerful Beautiful tool for God I am very touched by your grace and truly believe that now I am Finley on my journey through the Gospel of God and my New Fountain of knowledge
    Bless it be the Name of Jesus
    Thank you so much for your generosity
    I will always remember that you have brought to me one of the greatest gifts as I could not afford to pay your request price and you found it a blessing to help
    God bless your Loving Brotheren in Christ


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  3. Thank you for including this page on the website. I know that in my culture, the printed Word is so instantly accessible that its so easy to take for granted. As we look beyond our own “borders” may we treasure these words of life as we should.
    Bless you!


  4. Hey Diego greetings from UK. It’s great to read your story and see this page here. While a lot of us here in the West are spoiled for choice with Bibles it’s easy to forget those in poorer countries and in countries where Christians are persecuted who long for a Bible. I hope to order one of your Bibles soon but sadly I have not ordered a US made Bible yet because shipping is so expensive 😦

    God bless


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