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That’s Interesting

I’ve heard Rabbis tell stories of how the ancient Jewish wedding parallels the story of Christ. Nobody knows the time of the wedding but the Father. I’ve heard Rick Renner create an elaborate background story of how women could not be seen or speak in public in historic Israel – causing Paul to write the commandment of 1 Corinthians 14:34-35, just to explain away its modern applicability.

What I want you to realize is — interesting doesn’t necessarily mean the truth. They say Jesus’ Jewish name was Yeshua. I say show me the proof. Show me any ancient text where Jesus is called Yeshua.

As Christians we are to question what we hear and verify it. And that means being familiar with the Holy Bible. The Holy Bible King James Version is 100% truth. Anything else we need to take with a grain of salt and ask:

Is it true?

Where’s your proof?

Question everything superfluous to the Holy Bible KJV. It may be interesting, but is it true and if so how will I let it personally affect my own beliefs and values?

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Inescapable Synonyms

In this age of cancel culture, people are trying to redefine biblical words or actions in order to make them undesirable or just plain dirty. What’s the truth?

  • Religion is another word for Duty
  • Legalism is another word for Obedience
  • Fear is another word for Terror
  • Terrible is an adjective used to describe God
  • Holy is another word for Righteous
  • Righteous is another word for Obedient
  • Love is another word for Caring
  • Caring is another word for Affection
  • Condition is another word for Affection

Before you believe those that say this word meant such and such according to recent studies of Greek or Hebrew, learn what it means in English. The KJV is perfect. If you have doubts on the meaning of a word check your Dictionary and Thesaurus before they too get changed or a new and better version comes out.

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The Source

I put my faith in the KJV. It is my source. Do you want to put your trust and faith in the KJV or in the hubris of men?

People like Jim Bakker and Rick Renner claim there are mistakes in the KJV and through their own hubris or pride they think they can translate better.

Do you want to make these men your foundation or do you want to make the KJV your strong and true foundation?

The King James Version Holy Bible was translated by a team of learned men appointed by a King appointed by God. Daniel 2:21-22. These 47 men according to wikipedia were trained scholars. They worked at the behest and instruction of King James. In my opinion this work was done under the supervision of the Holy Ghost and they translated from the Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic into a pure language.

Keep your source pure and it will overflow in you.

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Does God Speak To Everyone But Me?

I watch a variety of religious channels and programs. Most and I do mean most of the pastors and teachers I’ve watched claim to have heard from God.

I have my doubts. I think most of them are just trying to convince their viewers that they are a man or woman of God.

You’re allowed to think I’m crazy, but I’ve heard voices that weren’t me. Perhaps they were in response to a question I’d posed or just an odd thought out of the blue. Maybe they were indeed some aspect of me or perhaps they were angels or demons. Yet, I’m not going to say that I’ve heard from God unless I’m 100% positive it was God.

The only way to be sure:

If you want a word from God and you want to be 100% sure – read the KJV, the King James Version Holy Bible!

Also keep in mind, if you hear something that contradicts the Holy Bible, it is not of God.

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A Pure Language

A while ago I heard someone say the following verse was a prophecy concerning the renewal and resurgence of the Jewish language, Hebrew.

Zephaniah 3:9 KJV
For then will I turn to the people a pure language, that they may all call upon the name of the Lord, to serve him with one consent.

What if God was prophesying the KJV, the King James Version Holy Bible. Far more people speak English than Hebrew. In my opinion I think it’s a real possibility, English is a plain and straightforward language.

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I Study Greek and Hebrew

I study Greek and Hebrew, says Kathie Lee Gifford on Daystar. My thought, why? Do you like to waste your time? Are you fascinated by new meanings discovered by so called rabbis? Are you planning on visiting Israel or Greece?

Why study Greek and Hebrew? In regard to the Bible I know I can’t do any better than the Holy Ghost did through learned men in translating the KJV. When modern pastors say something like do you know what it really says in the Greek. My immediate thought is yes, whatever the King James Version says it is.

Don’t let pastors or rabbis who think they know better than God knock your biblical foundation, which is sure in the KJV. They like to come up with new stories and new meanings to keep their followers interested. The Bible tells of the ancient Athenians in Acts 17:21 KJV
who …spent their time in nothing else, but either to tell, or to hear some new thing. 2 Timothy 4:3 predicts people will have itching ears and will not keep sound doctrine.

I was wondering why God blessed the English speaker with a perfect translation in the KJV? I think that question is similar to why did he choose the Jews first? The answer is that was his desire.

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Choose Wisely

In Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade he must choose the Holy Grail, the cup Jesus drank from at the Last Supper. If he chooses poorly he will wither, shrivel, and die. If he chooses correctly he will live.

Today we have to make the same choice. Do we drink from God’s word or do we drink from a cup of pollution and corruption that could kill us?

So, as we search for the correct cup to drink from let us choose wisely. The King James Version Holy Bible is the inerrant word of the Lord. It was translated under the supervision of the Holy Ghost. How do we know this?

  • Faith
  • It was done under a King appointed by God. Daniel 2:21
  • It was authorized. It says so on the inner cover. No other bibles even make this claim.

Why trust your eternal salvation to translation made by the hubris of men. All other English versions were made by men who said in their heart, I think I know better or I understand Hebrew or Greek better than the learned men that worked on the KJV translation. Hebrew is today a revived language and the Greek has had 2,000 years to change in meaning. Don’t put your trust in new found meanings by men claiming to be Rabbis. We as Christians have one Rabbi, the Lord Jesus Christ. Further, I don’t need Greek translations made in the last 50 years when I put my trust in God’s authorized translation done over 400 years ago.

Other translations might be shiny and new, but if you speak English and have chosen the KJV you have chosen wisely.

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The Rock, The Road,

and how Kathy Lee Gifford went terribly, horribly wrong.

1. She did not understand certain passages of the Bible and apparently had difficulty in particular with the KJV.

2. She put her trust in men who call themselves rabbi and google translator.

3. Her rabbi’s had newly found “wisdom” of the Hebrew and Greek which she put her faith in.

It matters where you put your trust. I put mine in the authorized KJV. Why? Number one the translation was authorized under King James, a King appointed by God. It was done by learned men inspired by the Holy Ghost. It is without error. Most translations are just the hubris of men who say to themselves they are worthy and ignore the warnings in Revelation not to add nor take away from the word of God.

Keep in mind if you accept google translator or the new found “wisdom” of some guru your translation is more recent and probably not as accurate as the KJV. Hebrew has basically been revived from a dying language since around 1950. Greek though still spoken has undoubtedly undergone changes since biblical times.

So did Jesus speak old english? No, but his servants under King James did. If you have trouble understanding, pray to the Lord for understanding, don’t seek out men who call themselves rabbi. We have one Rabbi – Jesus!

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Occupational Hazard

One of the most recent attacks on the King James Version Holy Bible is about Jesus’ occupation.

They say the KJV is incorrect. Jesus wasn’t a carpenter he was an architect. We are told correctly Jesus was a carpenter in Mark 6:3. As was Joseph, his adoptive father, Matthew 13:55.

They want to argue the word architect wasn’t in use during the time of the KJV translation. If you ask me, this argument is right up there with the argument that there weren’t camels around in the Old Testament, although the Bible clearly says that there were. Camels are mentioned several times in Genesis.

It is detrimental to the truth, to his word. You aren’t building up Jesus. You are tearing him down. There is no benefit in trying to give him a better, more respectful occupation. He is God. He doesn’t need you to build him up, especially while attacking the Holy Ghost inspired KJV.

Make sure the foundation. Mine is the KJV.

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Arguing with the Original

I am convinced preachers try to teach from the “original” Greek or Hebrew in order to appear more scholarly. Does one or two semesters of a language make them more qualified than the God-ordained translators of the KJV, King James Version Holy Bible? Of course not.

Keep in mind their “original” Greek or Hebrew came from a modern translator in this century.

The work, God’s work in translation is already completed in the KJV. It was authorized by King James of England, who was appointed by God both to the Kingship and to the work.

So keep in mind, if there is a difference in meaning, in most cases it’s not you arguing with the original, its the preacher.

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