The Bible is divided into two major divisions, the Old and New Testaments. What is the meaning most often associated with the word â€œtestamentâ€ today? Is it not someoneâ€™s â€œLast Will and Testament,â€ which is a legal document that tells what someone has left to others upon the occasion of his or her death.
The Bible, as suggested by the Apostle Peter in 1 Peter 1:2-5, may be seen as the â€œLast Will and Testamentâ€ of Jesus Christ. Its two Testaments, especially its New Testament, tells us all about the incorruptible inheritance Christ has left for us in Heaven as a result of His death for us upon the cross of Calvary.