Bible Spoiler?

When I was reading through the book of Mark and came across a verse early on in chapter 3.

and Judas Iscariot, who betrayed him. (Mark 3:19)

And thought to myself, what a huge spoiler, why would the author of the Bible do that? But then I realized that the first time reading through the Bible isn’t even that of a huge importance, we are supposed to read over, and over again. Bible is not meant to be read as a one time story. Once we know the story, we need to go deeper and figure out what is the point of this story.

God talks

I was thinking about how God speaks to us, and it seemed as though it’s never clear to us how exactly that happens and probably most of us would absolutely love and want for God to speak to us with a loud and clear voice. Similarly to how He did in the old testament.

God may not always speak to us in a clear voice, even though He absolutely can and does. I know for sure one way of how you can hear his voice and allow him to speak to you.

Read the bible, if you are not already. It is God speaking directly to you. If you don’t start there, it is foolish for you to expect any kind of supernatural voice of God from heaven, when you’re not reading your bible and allow God to speak to you.

So faith comes from hearing, and hearing through the word of Christ. (Romans 10:17)