The Bible in Gujarati is written in the Gujarati language, making it accessible to Gujarati-speaking readers and communities in India and around the world. The Gujarati Bible is typically based on a Gujarati translation that accurately conveys the meaning of the original Hebrew and Greek texts. Various editions may use different Gujarati translations. For Christians, the Holy Bible is the central religious text that contains the teachings of Jesus Christ and the foundations of Christian faith. It serves as a guide for Christian beliefs, morality, and spiritual growth. The Gujarati Bible is used for religious worship, study, personal reflection, and spiritual guidance by Gujarati-speaking Christian communities and individuals. The Holy Bible consists of two main sections: the Old Testament and the New Testament. The Old Testament includes historical narratives, poetry, prophecies, and religious laws, while the New Testament focuses on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ and the early Christian church.