The KJV IS NOT THE FIRST OR NECESSARILY THE BEST VERSION OF THE BIBLE

There is something that has been shared in some churches for a very long time.

There are some people that proclaim something that appears to be a lie about the KJV.

Did anyone stop to think about how confusing the KJV has been for people that have been residing in America for decades?  No wonder the devil wants to get people in a trap believing things about the KJV that are not true.

The KJV is not the first or the original translation of the Bible.

The first Scriptures were written in Greek, Hebrew, and Chaldee.

This means that Scripture or Passages originated from the languages that were first written in  Hebrew, Chaldee or Greek.

The King James Bible most certainly may be the easiest Bible to study if you use a good  concordance to find out the original meanings of some words or how people came up with translating the KJV the way they did.

There are other good translations of the Bible that make it much easier for the reader to understand what is being shared in the Scriptures.  The modern day English reader will not always readily understand all the chapters that are found in the King James Version of the Bible.

I firmly believe the Lord hates lies and he does not want people to be ignorant about the truth.

It is a lie to try to make anyone think that the King James Version of the Bible is the only Bible that can be trusted.

It’s sad when a sect of believers tries to control all the people in their group to follow them instead of following the ways of the Lord.

I have witnessed how confused some people are when they hear some of the words shared from the KJV.

I’m thankful there are other translations of the Bible like the NKJV, the NASV, the NIV, and a few other Bibles that can be used to help people readily understand what the original content was when the Scriptures were written.

The Word of God is infallible.   The Word of God is inspired by God. 

The Words spoken by God were spoken by the Holy Spirit and God’s Word is always alive  & true.

 

 

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