This is an extra-Biblical book that is quoted in the Bible. It is not intended to be viewed as inspired by God as part of His message to mankind. However, it contains some very interesting information that is very helpful in expanding our understanding of angels and their role in human history as well as other subjects not covered in the Holy scriptures. It must be read with discernment.
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Interesting thanks Tom! I was always interested in the book of Enoch for reading purposes.1 The LORD is my shepherd, I lack nothing.
2 He makes me lie down in green pastures,
he leads me beside quiet waters,
This book is very ... Mt Herman ... In Israel.
I love this book...& truly believe that it was always intended to be included into God's Holy Word!! I believe the enemy (Satan/Dark side) has purposely had it removed...for it reveals far too much info regarding their sinister plot against mankind...as well as end-time events!Matthew 6:21 "For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also."
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Thanks for this thread. I have always considered the Book of Enoch to be inspired just for the mere fact that it was mentioned in the inspired Word of God. But I agree with Tom. Read all scripture with the Holy Spirit looking over your shoulder and whispering in your ear the Truth that is found there.No...God does not play golf. It just wouldn't be fair.
JR Church and Gary Stearman spoke quite often on the Book of Enoch. They believed it to be inspired, but thought it was God's will that it was left out of the Bible. But it is now being "revealed" to the last generation as a support to the Bible's end times teachings. I tend to think that if it had been included with the Bible, over time the teachings may have distorted the Biblical end times view, but now that much has been revealed, it is safe to read such a book.
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