Believe it or not, there is a website devoted to ranking the most popular Bible books, verses and even chapters appearing on the Internet.
Top Verses claims to analyse thousands of pages of teaching material to determine the most frequently referenced Bible verses. This information is entered into their search engine enabling it to return the most familiar verses first.
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The youngest of Jesus disciples and the last to write an account of the Christ, John, would be interested to learn three sections of his writing are leading the trends in this digital age:
I love James’ letter for its balance of personal faith, social action and supernatural ministry even though the book is usually known for tough talking.
Check out Transform Your Faith – 55 daily readings on the book of James and keep watching for the newly updated version which will be known as Faith Revolution.