“War with the Saints”

Daniel 7:21 I beheld, and the same horn made war with the saints, and prevailed against them; Daniel 7:25 And he shall speak great words against the most High, and shall wear out the saints of the most High, and think to change times and laws. Revelation 13:7 And it was given unto him to … Read more

KJV the most accurate English translation of the Bible

Codex Vaticanus a corrupt manuscript and teh basis of modern English Translations
The Pied Piper is either a Jesuit or a Jesuit coadjutor.

Codex Vaticanus (AKA Codex B) is considered (by dumb “academics”) to be the most authoritative of the Minority Texts, although it is responsible for over 36,000 (bad) changes that appear today in the new versions.

This manuscript was “found” in 1481 in the Vatican library in Rome, where it is currently held, and from whence it received its name. It is written on expensive vellum, a fine parchment originally from the skin of calf or antelope. Some authorities claim that it was one of a batch of 50 Bibles ordered from Egypt by the Roman Emperor Constantine; hence its beautiful appearance and the expensive skins which were used for its pages. But alas! this manuscript, like its corrupt Egyptian partner Codex Sinaiticus (Aleph) is also riddled with omissions, insertions and amendments.

The corrupt and unreliable nature of Codex B is best summed up by one who has thoroughly examined them, John W Burgon: “The impurity of the text exhibited by these codices is not a question of opinion but fact…In the Gospels alone, Codex B(Vatican) leaves out words or whole clauses no less than 1,491 times. It bears traces of careless transcriptions on every page…”

According to The Westminster Dictionary of the Bible, “It should be noted . . . that there is no prominent Biblical (manuscripts) in which there occur such gross cases of misspelling, faulty grammar, and omission, as in (Codex) B.” — Taken from http://www.1611kingjamesbible.com/codex_vaticanus.html/

And yet, all modern English translations are based from that corrupt manuscript?! — a manuscript written by Roman Catholics and yet now used by today’s Protestants?! I think Protestant Christians need to read up a bit on the history of the Protestant Reformation, for if they did, they wouldn’t touch any Roman Catholic publication with a 10 foot pole!

Did you know that the Ethiopian eunuch’s statement of faith in Jesus Christ — is omitted in most modern English translations?

And Philip said, If thou believest with all thine heart, thou mayest. And he answered and said, I believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God. – Acts 8:37 KJV

That scripture is not in the Revised Standard Version (RSV) English Standard Version (ESV) New American Standard Bible (NASB), New International Version (NIV), Good News Translation (GNT), and other modern translations that were not translated from the Greek manuscript called Textus Receptus as the King James Version (KJV) was.

Other verses such as are John 5:4, and 1 John 5:7 are also missing. Why? Because modern translations are based on manuscripts that are full of errors!

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The Incredible Journey

The Incredible Journey

Twe weekend that Peter had been looking forward to had finally arrived. Rising before dawn, he picked up his lovely fiancé, Melinda, to join him in an airborne adventure. As they raced against daybreak towards the tiny country airstrip, he assured her that everything was going to be just fine. The single engine prop plane … Read more

The Color of Love

Harmony in a World as wracked by tension, strife, prejudice and violence as the one we live in today? Impossible! you might think, as you’re tempted to put this in the nearest trash can. But please just take a minute to read on and at least consider the solution offered herein. We have all seen … Read more

Who Pulls the Strings?

Who controls the world?

ARE WE IN DANGER of becoming mere puppets, manipulated and controlled? If so, by whom? Is our future already written, our fate sealed? Or is there a way out? The answers to these questions were revealed to an old man named John nearly 2,000 years ago. Hideous beasts, a seven-headed dragon, four mysterious horsemen, and … Read more

The City in the Sky

City in the sky

When the great Crystal Ball, all sparkling and blue, Appeared in the Earth’s starry skies, The people below who bathed in its glow Were thrilled as they feasted their eyes! Within the great Globe, a glorious sight Inspired the praises of men! –The City of Gold which lit up the night Caused hearts to look … Read more

Bible Topics: Worry

Definition: anxiety; fear or nervousness about what might happen; fearful concern. In the King James translation of the New Testament, the word most commonly used for worry is “care,” which also means worry or anxiety. 1. Worry is a lack of faith and trust, from looking at circumstances instead of the Lord. * Psalm 127:2 … Read more

Bible Topics: Willfulness and rebelliousness

Definitions: Willfulness is stubborn determination to have one’s own way rather than God’s way. Rebelliousness is defiance, disobedience or open opposition to Godly authority or control. 1. Rebellion against what is right — is wrong! * 1 Samuel 15:23a For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft, and stubbornness is as iniquity and idolatry. * … Read more

Bible Topics: Wholeheartedness

Definition: Unconditional commitment and devotion; unreserved enthusiasm; earnestness; sincerity. 1. Wholehearted love for God is the cornerstone of Christian life. * Matthew 22:37 Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. * Deuteronomy 10:12 And now, Israel, what … Read more

Bible Topics: Upholding the standard

Definition: We are all responsible to be our brother’s keeper, and, if necessary, to lovingly correct those not upholding the standard of discipleship. Reporting the misconduct of fellow workers to God’s ordained leadership is the duty of those who are involved in God’s work. 1. The Lord expects each of us to uphold the proper … Read more

Bible Topics: Two by two

Definition: Two by two, in this context, refers to the need for teaming up with at least one more person to do the Lord’s work. 1. God did not intend for man to be alone. * Genesis 2:18 And the Lord God said, It is not good that the man should be alone; I will … Read more

Bible Topics: Tolerance of others

Definition: Willingness or ability to accept the views, beliefs, practices, etc., of others that differ from one’s own; freedom from bigotry (bias, discrimination) or prejudice. In the Bible, long-suffering, patience, and forbearance are all closely related to tolerance of others. 1. Being tolerant means being loving and considerate of others who differ from us. * … Read more

Bible Topics: Stewardship

Definition: The management of another person’s property, finances, or household affairs. For Christians, stewardship can be defined as the responsibility of diligently and faithfully managing God’s work. 1. All things belong to God. * Psalm 24:1 The earth is the Lord’s, and the fulness thereof; the world, and they that dwell therein. * Leviticus 25:23b … Read more

Bible Topics: Sorrow

Definition: Sadness felt after a loss (as of something loved), often accompanied by feelings of guilt and regret; mental distress caused by loss or disappointment; the opposite of joy. 1. No matter what loss we may suffer, we’ll always have Jesus! * Deuteronomy 33:27a The eternal God is thy refuge, and underneath are the everlasting … Read more

Bible Topics: Simplicity

Definition: In the context used here, simplicity is the state or quality of being free from complications, especially in regards to thoughts, motives, and personal conduct. This section does not refer to the other Biblical meaning of being simple-minded or dull. 1. The Lord has given us a simple plan for living right. * Deuteronomy … Read more

Bible Topics: Shyness and Timidity

Definition: Shyness and timidity are the tendency to be self-conscious or uneasy when in the company of others; bashfulness. 1. Some causes of shyness: * Genesis 3:10,11 [Fear of exposure of wrongdoing:] And he [Adam] said, I heard Thy voice [God’s] in the garden, and I was afraid, because I was naked; and I hid … Read more

Bible Topics: Example, good

Definition: A part or thing that exhibits or represents the quality or characteristics of the whole or group; an example, which is something that serves as a model or pattern to be followed. 1. The Lord likens our witness to a light shining in dark places. * Matthew 5:14-16 Ye are the light of the … Read more

Bible Topics: Safety

Definition: Being free or secure from danger, harm, or loss. 1. Although the Lord expects us to do all we can to protect ourselves, ultimately He is the one Who protects us from harm. * Genesis 28:15a And, behold, I am with thee, and will keep thee in all places whither thou goest. * Exodus … Read more

Bible Topics: Revenge, seeking

Definition: Desire to pay back injury for injury. Vengeance and vengefulness come from the same root word and have very similar meanings. Vengeance is defined as: “Punishment given in return for an injury or offense.” Vengefulness is: “Desire for revenge.” Vindictiveness means: “Prone to seek revenge.” 1. Revenge is born of hate and spite. * … Read more

Bible Topics: Respect

Definition: To feel or show high or special regard for; esteem, honor. 1. We are to show respect to fellow believers. * Psalm 15:4b [A righteous man] honoureth them that fear [respect] the Lord. * Romans 12:10 Be kindly affectioned one to another with brotherly love; in honour preferring one another. * Romans 13:7 Render … Read more

Bible Topics: Reputation

Definition: What is generally said, believed or judged about the character of a person or thing; notice by other people of some quality or ability. 1. A good reputation — provided it is for the right reasons — is of great value. * Proverbs 22:1 A good name is rather to be chosen than great … Read more

Bible Topics: Relaxation and freetime

Definitions: Relaxation is rest or enjoyment away from one’s usual duties. It is also refreshment of body or mind by getting rid of or away from tension and stress. Freetime is personal time which is not otherwise scheduled for specific work activities or duties. 1. After creating the universe, God rested from His labour. He … Read more

Bible Topics: Quietness

Definition: Quietness of spirit results from having faith and trust in God, which engenders serenity, calmness and tranquility. It is the opposite of loudness, rashness, nervous talk or activity. 1. Quietness of spirit is strength of spirit. * Ecclesiastes 7:8 Better is the end of a thing than the beginning thereof: and the patient in … Read more

Inside the Heavenly City

Heaven is real! The most wonderful things that you have never even dreamed of are already waiting for you in God’s great Heavenly City! I’ve not only read what the Bible says about it, but the Lord lifted me up in the Spirit and took me there to see it personally! The part of Heaven … Read more

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