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9 misquoted Bible phrases

Published: Wednesday, July 11 2012 11:05 a.m. MDT

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The Bible is considered to be a book full of spiritual wisdom and insight to help individuals navigate their lives as they strive to follow God. However, as full of counsel as the Bible is, there are a number of popular proverbs and familiar sayings that are not recorded in the Bible, but that are commonly thought to originate there. Because Biblical ignorance is a pervasive problem, according to religion scholars, these sayings are often not challenged but are simply taken as Biblical truth. Read on to find out which "Biblical" phrases actually aren't Biblical at all.
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Arizona1
Tucson, AZ

You might want to add, "I never said it would be easy, I only said it would be worth it."

Lane Myer
Salt Lake City, UT

Here is another:

"Love the sinner, hate the sin."

Ghandi actually said this.

Marilyn Wouden
MIDVALE, UT

I am so greatful for the BOOK OF MORMON and the Prophets of today and the past. They hold the keys to unlocking the truths of the gospel. I know they are true. One can know for themselves by reading and personal prayer.

Chieftess
Ivins, UT

I agree with Arizona1 wholeheartedly. In fact in Matt. 11:28 - 30 The Lord says to take his yoke upon us "for my yoke is easy and my burden is light." Many times when life seemed very hard, I realized I was trying to do things the way I thought best without counseling with the Lord. Not surprisingly, as soon as I accepted doing things His way even if they didn't seem the most logical or "right" way, everything became easier and 'clicked into place'. So He did say it would be easy, once we trust in Him and that may be the part we refer to as "hard". Sometimes God's ways are a mystery to us, at first, until we have acted in faith and learn wisdom. The are many scriptures referring to the mysteries of God, of Christ, of the Kingdom, etc. I like Ephesians 1:9 Having made known unto us the mystery of his will, according to his good pleasure which he hath purposed in himself.

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