Christian

Magnified

In Roman’s, Paul once worried that he magnified his office. Some of today’s preachers don’t seem to share his concerns. I have now heard two different television teachers say that the letters to the Angels of the Seven Churches in Revelation were actually letters to the pastors of those churches.

When the King James Version translates the word as angel, it means angel. It does not mean the pastor or preacher of the Church. The errant interpretation does however expose the hubris of those who want to interpret it as such.

What does a correct interpretation mean for us? Many people wonder about the hierarchy of Heaven and the place of angels. In my opinion, it is likely that if individual churches in John’s day had their own angel your local Church even now has it’s own angel.

The Bible doesn’t say anything about everyone having their own guardian angel, but if you attend a Church you may find you have an angel as a friend there, especially if you are a true follower of Jesus and heed Godly warnings such as those addressed to the Revelation Churches.

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Christian, Inspirational

Something New

I’ve heard two preachers say, we don’t know who wrote the book of Hebrews.

Really. First, don’t include me in your we. I stand with the Holy Ghost inspired translators of the KJV. Over 400 years ago, they were convinced Hebrews was written by Paul.

Since my foundation is sure in the King James Version Holy Bible, I am able to see this modern controversy for what it is. It is another attack by Satan and unstable preachers on the KJV.

Make sure your foundation! You can trust in the accuracy and validity of the KJV.

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