In year 2500, if I’m a student sitting down in a history class, I wonder what the teacher will teach. This visual may pull the lever of your imagination and make it start going places that seem irrelevant in today’s context (as far as technological advances are concerned). Whether or not history books become tablet PC’s is not my focus. As years pass by, a lot of what we learned in our middle school and high school history classes will simply be categorized as “Additional information”. Will the events of the Korean War be described in two short sentences? Will the Battle of Stalingrad even be mentioned? Historical information is tricky; which lessons will shape the future generations of the 26th century? We won’t be included in the 26th century’s discussions unless you have an imminent desire to make such a difference. The bottom line: “His Story”, the Bible, will never change. The word is God. Let’s all learn about the greatest tangible gift to all mankind: the Bible. There are some things in HIS-story that never lose importance past, present or future.