The process by which God brought forth the written record of His Word through the pens of ordinary men over the course of centuries is nothing short of miraculous! As the Holy Spirit overshadowed these men and enabled them to write down His message, God’s Word was delivered to man. From those first scratches of quill on parchment, God’s Word was providentially protected in a process that would ultimately prove God’s promise of Divine preservation. To attempt to write such a large book, addressing such a variety of subjects, without drafts or edits of any kind would indeed be impossible; yet that is exactly how God’s Word was delivered. Kings, priests, prophets, shepherds, farmers, and fishermen were all used as penmen for this book; yet, despite the obvious differences in their backgrounds, locations, and education, they all had one thing in common: The Holy Spirit of God communicated His Word to them and through them, directed their thoughts, and guided their writing to record His Word for all ages. “For the prophecy came not in old time by the will of man: but holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Ghost” (II Peter 1:21).
The Biblical Heritage Collection contains eighteen facsimile pages of original Bible texts. These precious pages have been lovingly and meticulously reproduced by our skilled technicians. One cannot help but feel an overwhelming debt of gratitude to the men of faith who sacrificed so much to provide us with God’s inspired and preserved Word.
Framed in an attractive and informative format with painstaking attention to detail, each piece presents a brief history of the page itself and the men responsible for its translation.
Available in your choice of mat and frame color. Contact us for discount pricing on the full set.
Perfect for Universities, Museums, and Churches seeking impressive decor with significant historical impact.
With each full set purchased, we include 18 nameplates to be placed beneath each piece. These will greatly enhance your display. There is double stick tape on the back of each. Measure down from each piece 2”- 4” and center the plate beneath the piece using the tape. Once the plates are all level and at the same distance from their respective display pieces, you may take small brass finishing nails and secure them in place.