Hello and thanks for visiting my website KJV Bible Verses.
My name is Elizabeth Ray, and I live on the beautiful island of Bermuda.
Although I grew up going to church I only started reading the Bible after I gave my heart to God, at age 23.
I was attacked by the Holy Spirit on March 16, 1979. The experience left me shaking in my boots for an hour or two afterwards. I was baptized on May 19, 1979.
Before that reading the Bible was like reading a foreign language. I could not get past the creation story in the Old testament (OT), or Matthew 5 in the New testament (NT).
However my church had systematic Bible studies. I was amazed to find that the Bible is a history book that teaches about the past, and a prophetic book revealing future events.
I also became engaged on May 19, 1979, and now I am a wife, mother, and grandmother.
Through God's grace, in 2011 after 8 years of part-time study, while working full time, I received a BA in Accounting and Administration and was Certified as a General Accountant (CGA), and now CPA. Never too late they say.
About Me And Camping -
I love camping, and along with camping in Bermuda, I have camped in Pennsylvania, Colorado, and Oshkosh, Wisconsin in the USA.
Camping in my favorite campsite in Bermuda allows me to draw closer to God. See my Camping Website. However my favorite pastime is talking about Bible themes.
I hope that my KJV Bible Verses website will inspire others to read the Bible for themselves.
I share Bible verses on various topics, like -
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Bermuda is located in the Atlantic Ocean. When you look on the Atlas Bermuda appears as a dot in the Atlantic ocean about 894 miles off Charleston, South Carolina.
Bermuda is made up of over 100 islands, but is only 22 miles long with a maximum width of 2 miles. The main islands are connected by bridges.
The view from my favorite camping spot.