BluShues – Providing FREE Bibles to All
BluShues is a Christian charity with a mission to make FREE Bibles available to everyone in printed format. As a non-profit organization, our goal is to introduce people to a relationship with Jesus Christ by raising funds to purchase and manufacture Bibles at a low cost. These new, complete, full-size Bibles are offered free of charge to individuals and organizations in need.
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Donations play a crucial role in driving our mission. With your generous contributions, we can continue to provide FREE Bibles both in the United States and overseas. Your support is highly appreciated, and we invite you to join us in this journey, partnering with our Creator, through your time, money, and prayers. Donate Now and make a difference in the lives of those who receive our Bibles.
The Impact of the Christian Bible
We believe that the Christian Bible is a book that everyone should read. It contains a wealth of knowledge and wisdom. The Bible has had a huge impact throughout history, and has sold over 5 billion copies, written by 40 authors over 1,600 years, and covering 4,000 years of history. It reveals the story of God and humanity, from creation to the establishment of a forever Kingdom.
BluShues – Standing for Christian Values
At Blushues, we stand for Christian values, as outlined in our Statement of Faith. We firmly believe that God’s Word brings faith, comfort, truth, healing, freedom, love, restoration, and forgiveness. The Bible transforms lives, families, churches, and communities, promoting good moral character and guiding us in various aspects of life.
Get Your FREE Bible
You can get a FREE Bible sent to your home or request Bibles for your organization. Currently, we provide hardcover English Standard Version (ESV) Bibles, known for its word-for-word translation and modern English. Request your FREE Bible today and discover spiritual truths and principles that will enrich your life.
INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT THE BIBLE
The Bible is the best-selling book in history, with total sales exceeding 5 billion copies. Over 100 million copies of the Bible are sold each year.
There are at least 185 songs in the Bible and 150 of these songs are in the Book of Psalms. Psalms has inspired more song lyrics than any other book.
In varying degrees, Scriptures contained in the Bible are used in the three major world religions- Christianity, Judaism, and Islam.
There are 21 dreams documented in the Bible.
The word “bible” comes from the Greek words ta biblia, meaning “the scrolls” or “the books.”
The Bible has been translated into 698 languages.
The Gutenberg Bible was one of the earliest major printed books to be mass-produced in Europe. The first Bible was printed in 1452.
The Bible was written over a 1600 year period from 1500 BC to AD 100.
The name Jesus means God Rescues.
While there are limited descriptions of Jesus in the Bible, the image of him with fair skin, light hair, and blue eyes is most likely incorrect and reflect the cultural influences of European Christians.
The Bible claims God Himself committed the greatest act of love (John 15:13-14).
After Jesus sacrificed Himself on the cross, many saints rose from the dead; and after His resurrection, they went into Jerusalem and were seen by people (Matthew 27:53).
There are two men in the Bible who instead of dying were taken up to heaven by God- Elijah and Enoch.
The Nano Bible is the name for the world’s smallest Hebrew Bible, and it can fit on the tip of a pen. Scientists created the Bible by etching the 1.2 million letters of the Old Testament on a tiny microchip.
The Bible is a collection of 66 books written by 40 authors.
The shortest verse in the Bible is “Jesus wept” (John 11:35).
Stories in the Bible were written in and take place across three continents- Asia, Africa, and Europe.
The oldest man in the Bible was 969 years old, and his name was Methuselah.
The world’s largest Bible, built by Louis Waynai in 1930, weighs 1,094 pounds. It is 43.5 inches tall and, when open, has a width of 98 inches.
The Bible is the source of many common phrases. Such as “moving mountains” (1 Corinthians 13:2), “there is nothing new under the Sun” (Ecclesiastes 1:9), and “at your wit’s end” (Psalms 107: 23-27).
Not every book in the Bible was written in the same language. Different parts of the Bible were originally written in Hebrew, Greek, and Aramaic.