The Mystery of the Bible

*I called this The Mystery of The Bible*
This is pretty strange how it worked out this way.
Q: What is the shortest chapter in the Bible? 
A: *Psalm 117*
Q: What is the longest chapter in the Bible? 
A: *Psalm 119*
Q: Which chapter is in the centre of the Bible? 
A: *Psalm 118*
Facts: There are *594* chapters before Psalm *118.*
There are *594* chapters after *Psalm 118.*
Add these numbers up and you get *1188.* 
Q: What is the centre verse in the Bible? 
A: Psalm *118:8*
*Does this verse say something significant about God's perfect will for our lives?*
The next time someone says they would like to find God's perfect will for their lives and that they want to be in the centre of His will, just send them to the centre of His Word! 
*Psalm 118:8 (KJV)* says
"It is better to *trust in the LORD* than to put *confidence in man."* 
Now isn't that odd how this worked out…or was God in the centre of it?
Before sending this, I said a prayer for you.
Have you got a minute — 60 seconds for God?
All you need to do is simply say a small prayer for the person who sent this to you:
"Dear Heavenly Father, bless the person who sent this message to me with whatever it is that You know they may need this day! 
Let their  life be full of Your Peace, Prosperity, and Power as their family seeks to have a closer relationship with You. Blot out their wrongdoings and let them be pleasing in Your Sight. Let everlasting Grace be their portion. 
Continue to prosper their ways as they had helped me to understand your WORDS more in Jesus mighty name *Amen."*
Imagine sending it to 10 other people. Within hours, 10 people would have prayed for you, and you would have caused many people to pray to God for other people as well. Why not share with those u care about.👏Thanks.

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