Category Archives: King James Bible

THE BEGINNING OF SORROWS

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THE MARK OF THE BEAST IS HERE

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2 Peter 3:3-55, “Knowing this first, that there shall come in the last days scoffers, walking after their own lusts,

And saying, Where is the promise of his coming? for since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of the creation.

For this they willingly are ignorant of, that by the word of God the heavens were of old, and the earth standing out of the water and in the water:”

THE BEGINNING OF SORROWS
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Matthew 24:8-14, “All these are the beginning of sorrows.

Then shall they deliver you up to be afflicted, and shall kill you: and ye shall be hated of all nations for my name’s sake.

And then shall many be offended, and shall betray one another, and shall hate one another.

And many false prophets shall rise, and deceive many.

And because iniquity shall abound, the love of many shall wax cold.

But he that shall endure unto the end, the same shall be saved.

And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come.”

LOVE OF MANY SHALL WAX COLD

Matthew 24:12-14, “And because iniquity shall abound, the love of many shall wax cold.

But he that shall endure unto the end, the same shall be saved.

And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come.”

MARK OF THE BEAST
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Revelation 13:16-18, “And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:

And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.

Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.”

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Is the Septuagint Accurate?


The Septuagint – Psalm 1

The Greek translation of the Old Testament known as the Septuagint is not the inspired, infallible, inerrant, preserved word of God. It has errors and is inaccurate. It should not be used as a source.

Hebrew Cannot Be Preserved in Greek

We do have God’s preserved word today. The Bible tells us that God would preserve his word. If you cannot trust that what can you trust?  God’s word is inerrant and preserved. If it is not, then there is no reason or hope to study it.

Psalms 12:6-7 says, ” The words of the Lord are pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times.

Thou shalt keep them, O Lord, thou shalt preserve them from this generation for ever.”

Psalms 119:89 says, “For ever, O LORD, thy word is settled in heaven. ”

Isaiah 40:8 tells us, “The grass withereth, the flower fadeth: but the word of our God shall stand for ever.”

Matthew 5:18 says, ” For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled.”

If we do not have the preserved word of God today, then Jesus was wrong.

Matthew 24:35, ” Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away.”

If Jesus was wrong about what he said, then the word cannot be trusted.

1 Peter 1:23 says, “Being born again, not of corruptible seed, but of incorruptible, by the word of God, which liveth and abideth for ever.”

Deuteronomy 8:3 we are told “…that man doth not live by bread only, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of the Lord doth man live.

How can we live by every word if we do not have the preserved word of God? The Hebrew of the Old Testament cannot be preserved in another language. Psalm 119, for example, has twenty-two sections of eight verses that begin with a word that starts with a letter of the Hebrew alphabet. The first begins with Aleph, the next Beth, the third uses Gimel, then Daleth, and so on. No other language shows this relationship and the information is not seen in a translation.  Another issue to note is that the meaning of words used in prophecy can have multiple meanings. The meaning will not necessarily be known until the prophecy is fulfilled. When the words are translated into another language, the translators may use words that do not contain all the Hebrew meanings and may add some not in the original words. God’s word in Hebrew cannot be perfectly translated into Greek.

Ethiopia Is Not Cush

Genesis 2:10-14 describes four rivers at the Garden of Eden; the Hiddekel which is the Tigris, the Euphrates, the Pison and the Gihon. The Gihon went around the land of Cush.  

Cush 7 Ethiopia?  The two are not the same.

The Septuagint in Genesis 2:13 says, “And the name of the second river is Geon, this it is which encircles the whole land of Ethiopia.”

The Septuagint with Apocrypha - TGS International
The Septuagint with Apocrypha

The Greek says Aethiopia. The land cannot be Ethiopia. If it were Ethiopia then that would mean when Moses wrote this down, the river would have to flow around Ethiopia, cross the Great Rift Valley, cross over the Blue Nile, flow northward along the Nile without joining it, cross the Sinai Peninsula, cross the Arabian Peninsula and meet up with the Euphrates in Iraq at the north end of the Persian Gulf. It would have to go uphill and downhill. It would have to cross other bodies of water. It would have to flow farther than the Nile which is more than 4,000 miles long. Such a theory is not well thought out. It is just plain and simply wrong. So is the Septuagint when is uses Aethiopia instead of Cush.

Methuselah Did Not Survive the Flood

Genesis 5:26-31 records,

“And Methuselah lived after he begat Lamech seven hundred eighty and two years, and begat sons and daughters:

And all the days of Methuselah were nine hundred sixty and nine years: and he died.

And Lamech lived an hundred eighty and two years, and begat a son:

 And he called his name Noah, saying, This same shall comfort us concerning our work and toil of our hands, because of the ground which the Lord hath cursed.

And Lamech lived after he begat Noah five hundred ninety and five years, and begat sons and daughters:

And all the days of Lamech were seven hundred seventy and seven years: and he died.”

According to the Bible Methuselah lived 782 years after Lamech was born and 600 years after Noah was born. Genesis 7:6 lets us know Noah was six hundred years old when the flood came. Methuselah was not on the ark. He died within a year of the flood.

What does the Septuagint say?  “And Mathusala lived a hundred and sixty and seven years, and begot Lamech. And Mathusala lived after his begetting Lamech eight hundred and two years, and begot sons and daughters. And all the days of Mathusala which he lived, were nine hundred and sixty and nine years, and he died. And Lamech lived a hundred and eighty and eight years and begot a son. And he called his name Noe, saying, this one will cause us to cease from our works, and from the toils of our hands, and from the earth, which the Lord God has cursed. And Lamech lived after his begetting Noe, five hundred and sixty and five years, and begot sons and daughters. And all the days of Lamech were seven hundred and fifty-three years, and he died.”

The Septuagint has Methuselah living 802 years after Lamech was born and Lamech having a son Noah at 188. That means that that Methuselah lived 614 years after Noah was born. The flood came in the 600th year of Noah’s life. Eight people survived. Methuselah if he was alive, was not one of them. He died shortly before or during the flood. The numbers in the Septuagint have Methuselah living 14 years after the flood.

The Septuagint has a different length of years in Genesis chapter five for the time between the father and son for Adam to Seth, Seth to Enos, Enos to Cainan, Cainan to Mahalalel, Mahalalel to Jared, Enoch to Methuselah, Methuselah to Lamech and Lamech to Noah. The time each one of these patriarchs lived after their son was born is also different between the Septuagint and the Bible. The Septuagint is wrong about Methuselah’s length of life after Lamech. It disagrees with itself. Therefore, we know it is wrong about the rest of the years. The Hebrew is correct.  The Greek is wrong.

Judith Has Nebuchadnezzar as King of Nineveh

If the Septuagint were correct the Book of Judith would not have been translated with it.

Judith 1:7 refers to “Nabuchodonosor king of the Assyrians, who reigned in Ninive the great city,” Nabuchodonosor is thought to be another name for Nebuchadnezzar the son of Nabopolassar who was king of Babylon and destroyed Nineveh.

Judith 4:1-2 says, “Now the children of Israel, that dwelt in Judea, heard all that Holofernes the chief captain of Nabuchodonosor king of the Assyrians had done to the nations, and after what manner he had spoiled all their temples, and brought them to naught.

Therefore, they were exceedingly afraid of him, and were troubled for Jerusalem, and for the temple of the Lord their God:” This refers to the time when Nebuchadnezzar ruled Babylon shortly before the first temple was destroyed. This lets us know the Nabuchodonosor of Judith is the Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon. Judith is wrong because Nebuchadnezzar was not king of Assyria. Judith is wrong because he did not rule from the Nineveh which had been destroyed but instead Babylon.

Bel and the Dragon Claims Daniel Was in the Lion’s Den Seven Days

Bel and the Dragon is found in the extended book of Daniel in chapter 14. Verses 30-42 of this book claims, “So they came to the king, and said, deliver us Daniel, or else we will destroy thee and thine house. Now when the king saw that they pressed him sore, being constrained, he delivered Daniel unto them: Who cast him into the lions’ den: where he was six days. And in the den, there were seven lions, and they had given them every day two carcasses, and two sheep: which then were not given to them, to the intent they might devour Daniel. Now there was in Jewry a prophet, called Habbacuc, who had made pottage, and had broken bread in a bowl, and was going into the field, for to bring it to the reapers. But the angel of the Lord said unto Habbacuc, Go, carry the dinner that thou hast into Babylon unto Daniel, who is in the lions’ den.

And Habbacuc said, Lord, I never saw Babylon; neither do I know where the den is. Then the angel of the Lord took him by the crown, and bare him by the hair of his head, and through the vehemency of his spirit set him in Babylon over the den. And Habbacuc cried, saying, O Daniel, Daniel, take the dinner which God hath sent thee. And Daniel said, thou hast remembered me, O God: neither hast thou forsaken them that seek thee and love thee. So, Daniel arose, and did eat and the angel of the Lord set Habbacuc in his own place again immediately.

Upon the seventh day the king went to bewail Daniel: and when he came to the den, he looked in, and behold, Daniel was sitting. Then cried the king with a loud voice, saying, Great art Lord God of Daniel, and there is none other beside thee. And he drew him out and cast those that were the cause of his destruction into the den: and they were devoured in a moment before his face.”

What does the Bible say in Daniel 6:16-23?

“Then the king commanded, and they brought Daniel, and cast him into the den of lions. Now the king spake and said unto Daniel, Thy God whom thou servest continually, he will deliver thee.

And a stone was brought, and laid upon the mouth of the den; and the king sealed it with his own signet, and with the signet of his lords; that the purpose might not be changed concerning Daniel.

Then the king went to his palace, and passed the night fasting: neither were instruments of musick brought before him: and his sleep went from him.

Then the king arose very early in the morning, and went in haste unto the den of lions.

And when he came to the den, he cried with a lamentable voice unto Daniel: and the king spake and said to Daniel, O Daniel, servant of the living God, is thy God, whom thou servest continually, able to deliver thee from the lions?

Then said Daniel unto the king, O king, live for ever.

My God hath sent his angel, and hath shut the lions’ mouths, that they have not hurt me: forasmuch as before him innocency was found in me; and also before thee, O king, have I done no hurt.

Then was the king exceedingly glad for him, and commanded that they should take Daniel up out of the den. So Daniel was taken up out of the den, and no manner of hurt was found upon him, because he believed in his God.”

” Daniel was in only one night. Bel and The Dragon incorrectly has him being released on the seventh day. The Bible says the den was sealed. Bel and Dragon wrongfully has Habbacuc feeding Daniel. The Septuagint is wrong and should have never included this.

Alms Do not Wash Away Sin

Tobit 12:9 says, “For alms doth deliver from death, and shall purge away all sin. Those that exercise alms and righteousness shall be filled with life:” See the English Translation of the Greek Septuagint Bible.

On the other hand Ephesians 2:8 makes it clear, “For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God:”

Romans 4:3 explains that “Abraham believed God, and it was counted unto him for righteousness.”

Abraham was justified by faith and not by works. Works did not save people before Jesus died on the cross for our sins and they do not save you now.

Once You Know the Septuagint is Not the Word of God You Will Understand the Differences are Errors in the Septuagint

# Reference What the Septuagint Says What the Bible Says
1 Genesis 2:13 Ethiopia Cush
2 Genesis 2:15 delight Eden
3 Genesis 3:8 afternoon cool of the day
4 Genesis 4:26 he hoped to call on the name of the Lord God then men began to call upon the name of Lord
5 Genesis 5:3 Adam was 230 years old when Seth was born The Bible says 130 years.
6 Genesis 5:4 700 years 800 years
7 Genesis 5:6 205 years 105 years
8 Genesis 5:7 707 years 807 years
9 Genesis 5:9 190 years 90 years
10 Genesis 5:10 715 years 815 years
11 Genesis 5:12 170 years 70 years
12 Genesis 5:13 740 years 840 years
13 Genesis 5:15 165 years 65 years
14 Genesis 5:16 730 years 830 years
15 Genesis 5:21 165 years 65 years
16 Genesis 5:22 200 years 300 years
17 Genesis 5:25 167 years 187 years
18 Genesis 5:26 802 years 782 years
19 Genesis 5:28 188 years 182 years
20 Genesis 5:30 565 years 595 years
21 Genesis 5:31 753 years 777 years
22 Genesis 6:7-8 cattle beasts
23 Genesis 6:14-15 square wood gopher wood
24 Genesis 7:11 the flood came in the twenty seventh day of the second month of Noah’s life the flood came in the seventeenth day of the second month of Noah’s life
25 Genesis 8:3 twenty seventh day seventeenth day
26 Genesis 10:2 adds a son named Elisa to of Japeth’s children
27 Genesis 10:10 Babylon Babel
28 Genesis 10:22 adds a son named Cainan to Shem’s children
29 Genesis 10:24 adds a son between Arphaxad and Selah named Cainan
30 Genesis 10:32 Gentiles nations
31 Genesis 11:12 135 years 35 years
32 Genesis 11:12 Arphaxad had a son named Cainan Arphaxad had a son named Selah
33 Genesis 11:13 400 years 403 years
34 Genesis 11:13 Adds 130 years to the chronology with Cainan having a son named Seth instead of Arphaxad being the father of Selah
35 Genesis 11:14 130 years 30 years
36 Genesis 11:15 330 years 403 years
37 Genesis 11:16 134 years 34 years
38 Genesis 11:17 270 years 430 years
39 Genesis 11:18 130 years 30 years
40 Genesis 11:20 232 years 32 years
41 Genesis 11:22 130 years 30 years
42 Genesis 11:24 179 years 29 years
43 Genesis 11:25 125 years 119 years
44 Genesis 12:20 Lot was with Abraham in Egypt The Bible does not say that
45 Genesis 13:12 Lot pitched his tent in Sodom Lot pitched his tent toward Sodom
46 Genesis 14:5 Omits the Zuzim in Ham Includes Zuzim in Ham
47 Genesis 14:6 Adds a reference to the turpentine tree
48 Genesis 14:7 They cut in pieces all the princes of Amalec They smote all the country of the Amalekites
49 Genesis 14:11 cavalry goods
50 Genesis 14:14 nephew brother
51 Genesis 14:16 cavalry goods
52 Genesis 14:16 nephew brother
53 Genesis 15:2 Adds that Eliezer was the son of Masek Abraham’s home-born female slave
54 Genesis 15:11 Abraham sat down by them (sacrifices or the birds) Abraham drove away the birds
55 Genesis 15:21 Adds the Evites
56 Genesis 17:14 Adds on the eighth day
57 Genesis 17:20 Ishmael would have 12 nations Ishmael would have 12 princes
58 Genesis 20:14 Adds a thousand pieces of silver
59 Genesis 21:22 Adds Ochozath his friend
60 Genesis 21:32 Adds Ochozath his friend
61 Genesis 22:2 high land the land of Moriah
62 Genesis 22:13 a plant of Sabec a thicket
63 Genesis 22:21 Syrians Aram
64 Genesis 23:15 didrachms shekels
65 Genesis 23:16 didrachms shekels
66 Genesis 23:17 double cave Machpelah [Machpelah means double or portion but is cannot be shown whether this applies to the field, the cave or something else.]
67 Genesis 23:19 double cave cave of the field of Machpelah
68 Genesis 24:21 drachm half a shekel weight
69 Genesis 24:55 And her brethren and her mother said, Let the virgin remain with us about ten days, and after that she shall depart. And her brother and her mother said, Let the damsel abide with us a few days, at the least ten; after that she shall go. Brethren is plural. Brother is singular. About ten days is different than at least ten days.
70 Genesis 25:9 double cave cave of Machpelah
71 Genesis 26:14 many tilled lands great store of servants
72 Genesis 27:43 Adds into Mesopotamia
73 Genesis 28:2 Mesopotamia Padanaram
74 Genesis 28:5 Mesopotamia Padanaram
75 Genesis 28:19 Ulam-luz Luz
76 Genesis 29:1 went to the land of the east to Laban, the son of Bathuel the Syrian, and the brother of Rebecca, mother of Jacob and Esau came into the land of the people of the east
77 Genesis 30:14 barley-harvest wheat harvest
78 Genesis 30:14 apples of mandrakes mandrakes
79 Genesis 30:35 grey brown
80 Genesis 30:37 storax tree and walnut and plane-tree green poplar, and of the hazel and chesnut tree
81 Genesis 30:39 Adds ash-colored
82 Genesis 30:40 speckled and variegated ringstraked and brown
83 Genesis 31:8 white ringstraked
84 Genesis 31:10 speckled and variegated and spotted with ash-coloured spots ringstraked, speckled, and grisled
85 Genesis 31:12 speckled and variegated and spotted with ash-coloured spots ringstraked, speckled, and grisled
86 Genesis 31:18 Mesopotamia Padanaram
87 Genesis 31:41 thou didst falsely rate my wages for ten lambs thou hast changed my wages ten times
88 Genesis 31:42 yesterday yesternight
89 Genesis 33:18 Mesopotamia of Syria Padanaram
90 Genesis 33:19 lambs pieces of money
91 Genesis 35:4 turpentine tree oak tree
92 Genesis 35:9 Mesopotamia of Syria Padanaram
93 Genesis 35:21 Omits this phrase and brings the first part of verse 22 into verse 21 And Israel journeyed, and spread his tent beyond the tower of Edar
94 Genesis 35:26 Mesopotamia of Syria Padanaram
95 Genesis 36:21 Rison Dishon
96 Genesis 36:23 Golam Alvan
97 Genesis 36:24 Ana who found Jamin in the wilderness Anah that found the mules in the wilderness
98 Genesis 36:28 Rison Dishan
99 Genesis 36:30 Rison Dishan
100 Genesis 36:35 Getthaim Avith
101 Genesis 36:39 Arad the son of Barad Hadar
102 Genesis 36:39 Phogor Pau
103 Genesis 36:40 Gola Alvah
104 Genesis 36:43 Zaphoin Iram
105 Genesis 37:28 gold money (silver)
106 Genesis 38:14 gates of Aenan open place
107 Genesis 38:21 Aenan by the way-side openly by the way side
108 Genesis 39:1 officer of Pharaoh eunuch of Pharaoh
109 Genesis 40:2 eunuchs officers
110 Genesis 43:11 gum and honey, and frankincense, and stacte, and turpentine, and walnuts a little balm, and a little honey, spices, and myrrh, nuts, and almonds
111 Genesis 45:10 Gesem of Arabia Goshen
112 Genesis 45:22 gold money (silver)
113 Genesis 45:23 mules female donkeys
114 Genesis 45:23 bread corn and bread
115 Genesis 46:13 Asum Job
116 Genesis 46:15 Mesopotamia of Syria Padanaram
117 Genesis 46:16 Angis Haggi
118 Genesis 46:16 Aedis Eri
119 Genesis 46:17 Jeul Isui
120 Genesis 46:20 adds “And there were sons born to Manasses, which the Syrian concubine bore to him, even Machir And Machir begot Galaad And the sons of Ephraim, the brother of Manasses; Sutalaam, and Taam And the sons of Sutalaam; Edom”
121 Genesis 46:21 deletes “Gera, and Naaman, Ehi, and Rosh, Muppim, and Huppim, and Ard as sons of Benjamin and gives Gera, and Noeman, and Anchis, and Ros, and Mamphim to his sons Belah” and adds “And Gera begot Arad”
122 Genesis 46:22 eighteen fourteen
123 Genesis 46:27 nine two
124 Genesis 46:27 seventy-five seventy
125 Genesis 46:34 Gesem of Arabia Goshen
126 Genesis 47:12 corn bread
127 Genesis 47:13 corn bread
128 Genesis 48:7 Mesopotamia of Syria Padanaram
129 Genesis 48:8 as I drew night to the horse-course of Chabratha of the land [of Chanaan], so as to come to Ephratha when yet there was but a little way to come unto Ephrath: and I buried her there in the way of Ephrath
130 Genesis 48:22 And I give to thee Sicima, a select portion above thy brethren Moreover I have given to thee one portion above thy brethren
131 Genesis 49:6 in their passion they houghed a bull in their selfwill they digged down a wall
132 Genesis 49:14 Issachar has desired that which is good; resting between the inheritances Issachar is a strong [donkey] couching down between two burdens
133 Genesis 49:15 husbandman a servant unto tribute
134 Genesis 49:21 Nephthalim is a spreading stem, bestowing beauty on its fruit Naphtali is a hind let loose: he giveth goodly words
135 Genesis 49:22 Joseph is a son increased; my dearly loved son is increased; my youngest son, turn to me Joseph is a fruitful bough, even a fruitful bough by a well; whose branches run over the wall
136 Genesis 49:24 he that strengthened Israel from the God of thy father thence is the shepherd, the stone of Israel
137 Genesis 49:27 gives food divide the spoil
138 Genesis 49:30 double cave cave that is in the field of Machpelah
139 Genesis 50:13 double cave cave of the field of Machpelah
140 Exodus 1:5 seventy-five seventy
141 Exodus 6:20 132 137
142 Exodus 13:18 and in the fifth generation the children of Israel went up out of the land of Egypt and the children of Israel went up harnessed out of the land of Egypt
143 Exodus 14:21 south wind east wind
144 Exodus 14:25 axle-trees of their chariots were bound the LORD took off the Egyptians’ chariot wheels
145 Exodus 15:27 stems of palm trees palm trees
146 Exodus 22:18 sorcerers witch
147 Exodus 30:13 didrachm shekel
148 Exodus 30:13 oboli gerah

The Septuagint Changes Names From the Hebrew

1 Genesis 2:10 Edem Eden
2 Genesis 4:16 Edem Eden
3 Genesis 4:18 Gaidad Irad
4 Genesis 4:22 Thobel Tubalcain
5 Genesis 10:4 Rhodians Dodanim
6 Genesis 10:8 Nebrod Nimrod
7 Genesis 10:12 Dase Resen
8 Genesis 14:5 Ommaeans in the city Save Emims in Shaveh Kiriathaim
9 Genesis 23:2 Arboc Kirjatharba
10 Genesis 41:45 Psonthomphanech Zaphnathpaaneah

The Septuagint Is Not God’s Word

God said he would preserve his word which cannot be done in Greek. The Septuagint has outright errors in it. It has many other differences in it from the Masoretic text. Once we know the Septuagint is not God’s Word, we will understand the differences are a result of errors in the Greek which are many.  By itself there is no way of knowing when it is correct or when it is wrong. It cannot be used as God’s Word.

I trust only the King James Bible.  Proven…over 400 years.  No other work can make that claim.  The 1611 Edition was translated by 54 men of God using 5,309 Greek Manuscripts which virtually all agreed. Today we have over 5,800 Manuscripts, including the Dead Sea Scrolls…all line up word for word with the King James Bible.

God’s Word is PERFECT, INNERRANT, INSPIRED, INFALLIBLE and PRESERVED!  If it is not the King James, then I need to get to work and find it.  Because God says that such a Bible exists today…for me.  Every word, every verse, ever chapter, every book, ever promise is mine!


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Noah’s ark & the flood

Noah’s Ark & The Flood

Genesis 6-7

The story of Noah is amazing!  It includes a family;  Mr. & Mrs. Noah, their three sons; Shem, Ham, Japheth, and their beautiful wives. Plus, all the animals of the earth; all the land animals – horses, pigs, giraffes, rhinoceros, hippopotamuses, Kangaroos, dogs, cats, bears, llamas, platypus dinosaurs.  Some animals Noah took two of each of their kind.  Noah had to remember to get a pink and a blue one because that would be important later.  Other animals he took 7 of each kind of the clean animals.  This was for food and for sacrifice to God.  Noah also built a huge boat made of gopher wood called an Ark.  This ark was HUGE, it was 300 cubits long (450 feet), 50 cubits wide (75 feet) and 30 cubits high (45 feet).  A cubit is about 18 inches.   Bigger than a US Nuclear Submarine, bigger than a football field, four times bigger than a 747-jet and much bigger than a house.  My house anyway!  We also have in this store a flood.  I great big flood.  This flood was so big it covered all the dry land on the earth, all the hills and all the mountains.  Everything outside of Noah’s big, hugamungus Ark, drowned and died.   We find animals all over the earth, including fish and dinosaurs buried in the dirt, all mixed up and drowned.  and why we have rainbows.

It all starts with Noah.  Did you know that after Noah was 500 years old he had 3 sons?  I don’t know about you, but I’ve only met one or two people that were 100 years old and they were old!  After Noah was 500 years old things started getting very interesting for him.  One day as God was thinking about the people on earth His heart became very sad.  He could see that all the people had become very bad, so bad that they stopped thinking of anything good.

Figure 3: Dinosaur and Animal Graveyards mixed, found all over the world. From a world-wide flood.

God was so sad and hurt that he wanted to get rid of every person and all the creatures that He had made.  He wanted all the evil to stop.  The thing about God is that He gets very angry at our sin and all the bad stuff in the world, but we also know that God is love.  God IS love, so that means that He can be disappointed when we do bad things, but He still loves us, and that’s why He remembered Noah.

Noah was the only one that was righteous (which means that he did things right).  He was a good guy and he walked with God.

So, God said to Noah, “I am going to put an end to all the people because the earth is full of fighting because of them.  I am going to destroy them and the earth.”

God then gave Noah instructions on how to make the boat.  He told him what kind of wood and how big to make it.  He also told him to put a door in the side of the ark and to make it with three floors.  The ark was humongous!  We’ll get to that more later in the story.

The Bible says that next God told Noah that He would make a covenant with him.  A covenant is an agreement with a promise.  He would save Noah, his wife, and his three sons and their wives.  They would be safe in the ark because God was going to flood the whole earth and everything else would die. 

I’m missing one other BIG thing that’s going in the ark with Noah and his family… and that is…  The animals!  Two of all living creature’s male and female (or the boy and girl of each).  Plus, two of every kind of bird and every creature that moves along the ground.

Then food for each of them for as long as they were on the boat.  Yikes!  That’s a lot of animals and a lot of food.  I think it would’ve been a very full, noisy, stinky place to be, but they would all be safe.

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It’s hard to describe how big the ark actually was but if you think of some of the biggest animals you know (elephant, moose, buffalo, giraffe, rhino, gorilla) and make sure you have 2 of each of those plus all the other little animals that couldn’t be stepped on…they needed a lot of room!

Some people think it took over 100 years to build the ark and the Bible says that Noah was 600 years old when the flood waters came.

Keep in mind that Noah was building a big ark because God told him to.  I have a feeling Noah and his family were teased a lot from the other people.  What if your neighbor started building a huge boat on your street?  It would sound a little strange…

When the ark was done God gave Noah 7 days warning before the flood to get all the animals and food on board and told him that He would send rain for 40 days and 40 nights.

When everyone was in the ark God shut the door.

Then the rain started.  The Bible makes it sound like the rain came from the clouds and that there was also water coming up from the ground.  So everything probably was covered pretty quickly.

The floods kept coming for 40 whole days!  The ark floated on the water and all the high mountains were completely covered with water.

Every living thing died on the earth that wasn’t in the ark. 

So, the rain came for 40 days and nights but when it stopped Noah and the animals couldn’t just leave the ark.  There was too much water and no land for them to walk on, everything was covered.

The waters flooded the earth for one hundred and fifty days, which is about five months.

God remembered Noah and all that was in the ark, so he sent a wind to help dry the earth.  Finally, in the seventh month after the floods had stopped the ark rested on the top of a mountain.

A little while after that (40 days) Noah opened a window he had made for the ark and probably let in some fresh air!  Ha!  Even more importantly he let a raven out.  It would fly back and forth to the ark until the water had dried.

Then he sent out a dove, but the dove couldn’t find any place to go.  He is waiting a week and then sent the dove out again.  This time the dove came back with an olive leaf which meant the waters had gone down.  He waited one more week and let the dove out again and this time it didn’t return.

From the way the Bible describes Noah, his family and the animals were in the boat for just over a year or 370 days!  That’s a long time to be on a boat with all those animals!

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When the earth had dried up enough God told Noah that everyone could get out of the boat.  That probably was a very happy day!  Maybe a little uncertain as well.  There would be no one but them on earth and they would have to start all over building a house, collecting food…there wasn’t a big grocery store waiting for them when they got off the ark.

Then Noah built an altar to thank God for keeping them safe.  When God saw what Noah had done, he told Noah that he would never again curse the ground even if people became very bad.

Then he made his official covenant with Noah and with all the animals.  God would never bring a flood to kill all living creatures and destroy the whole earth again.

Then he gave them a sign for everyone to see this promise.  He put a rainbow in the sky and that’s to remind us of the promise God made to Noah, the animals and us today!

So, whenever you see a rainbow say a little prayer and thank God that he loves us and that He keeps His promises.

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Servant vs. slave

Why do new versions, & even well-meaning preachers, wrongfully refer to Christians as “slaves”?

In the KING JAMES BIBLE the word “doulos” is always translated “servant”. This is consistent with the dictionary definition of servant. WEBSTER’S DICTIONARY defines a servant as “one who exerts himself for the benefit of another. So, calling us servants of Christ is very accurate.

The word “slave”, as used by modern trashlations such as the; NIV, NKJV, NASV, ESV, CEV, RSV, etc. is defined by WEBSTER’S DICTIONARY as a person held in bondage, one who has lost control of himself, no freedom of action.

I have been saved for 30 years, I would certainly not describe my relationship with my Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ, as someone who has “lost control, no freedom of action, a drudge. The NIV and NASV, in Ephesians 6:6 and several other places, call us “slaves of Christ”, instead of “servants of Christ”.

We know that we are “servants of Christ, doing the will of God from the heart” (Ephesians 6:6). We do it because we love Him and because we want to do it. Leviticus 25:39-46 differentiates between “hired servant” and bond slaves, indicating that God’s children are never to be seen as bond slaves!

In fact, Jesus said, “Hensforth I call you not servants…but I have called you friends (John 15:15).

The switch from the original “servants” to the corrupt “slaves” can be traced from its use by heretics to its sad adoption by mainstream Christians.

Acts 2

1.) GOTHIC BIBLE 1st – 7th Centuries, ‘SERVANTS’
2.) ANGLO-SAXON BIBLE 700 – 900 A.D., ‘SERVANT’
3.) WYCLIFFE, TYNDALE, GREAT BIBLE & BISHOPS BIBLES 900 – 1611, ‘SERVAUNT’
4.) KING JAMES BIBLE 1611, ‘SERVANT’
……………………………………………………………………………………..

5.) JAMES STRONG 1890, ‘SLAVES’
6.) NEW AMERICAN STANDARD VERSION* 1969, 1962, 1963, 1968, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1877, 1995, ‘BONDLAVES’
7.) NEW WORLD TRANSLATION (Jehovah’s Witness Bible) 1961, ‘SLAVES’
8.) NEW AMERICAN BIBLE (Roman Catholic) 1970, 1986, ‘SLAVES’
9.) NEW REVISED STANDARD VERSION, 1989, 1993 (ALL VERSIONS), ‘SLAVES’
10.) INTERNATIONAL STANDARD VERSION 1995, ‘SLAVES’
11.) NEW LIVING TRANSLATION 1996, ‘SLAVES’
12.) HOLMAN CHRISTIAN STANDARD BIBLE 2000, ‘SLAVES’
13.) ERNESTLY CONTEND FOR THE FAITH; BOOK OF JUDE 2002, ‘SLAVES’
14.) JUBILEE BIBLE 2000, 2001, 2010, ‘SLAVES’
15.) NEW CENTURY VERSION 2005, ‘SLAVES’
16.) THE EXPANDED BIBLE 2011, ‘SLAVES”
17.) NEW TESTAMENT FOR EVERYONE 2011, ‘SLAVES’
18.) LEXHAM ENGLISH BIBLE 2012, ‘SLAVES’
19.) TREE OF LIFE VERSION 2015, ‘SLAVES’

Question? Why is it that virtually all English Bibles from 1611 on back say the virtually same thing, at the same time ALL bibles printed after 1881 say something different, contradicting one another, changed missing or added words and verses…making the ESV different from the NIV…the NKJV different from the CEV…however, the modern trashlations tend to agree more with the NWT (Jehovah’s Witness bible) than they do with the KJB…the Bible of the Apostles.

Ever ask that question? Did you know that?

MIND BLOW: Even a sinner is a “servant of sin” (John 8:34). In the occult and New Age movement they slander us Christians and call us “slaves”. This and other “anti-Christian” graffiti was found written on an alter where satanic sacrifices took place, as reported by The San Antonio Express News.

For more on this, see the books, “New Age Bible” and “Language of the King James Bible”.

*NASV – 10 REVISED VERSIONS….NEARLY EVERY YEAR! THEY JUST CAN’T SEEM TO GET IT RIGHT, I GUESS!

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Does the Church have the power and authority to forgive your sins?

“There is no offense, however serious, that Church cannot forgive.”, Catholic Catechism, Pg. 256, #982

“By Christ’s will, the Church posseses the power to forgive sins of the baptized…”, Pg. 257, #986

“Why doth this man thus speak blasphemies? who can forgive sins but God only?”, Mark 2:7

“And be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ’s sake hath forgiven you.”, Ephesians 4:32

“Let us therefore come boldly unto the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy, and find grace to help in time of need.”, Hebrews 4:16

This verse LOUDLY proclaims that forgiveness of sins comes from God’s throne, not the Church…

“Indeed bishops who are their successors, and priests, the bishops’ collaborators, continue to exercise this ministry. Indeed bishops and priests, by virtue of the sacrament of Holy Orders, have the power to forgive all sins “in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.”, Pg. 255, #1461

“The Church must be able to forgive all penitents their offenses, even if they should sin until the last moment of their lives.” , Pg. 255, #979

The psalmist went straight to God:

“I acknowledge my sin unto thee, and mine iniquity have I not hid. I said, I will confess my transgressions unto the Lord; and thou forgavest the iniquity of my sin. Selah.”, Psalm 32:5

“Look upon mine affliction and my pain; and forgive all my sins.”, Psalm 25:18

And also in Psalm 51.

God never called us to go through a church for forgiveness.

Psalm 86:5, Colossians 3:13

Why then would the Catholic Church INSIST that forgiveness of sins is ONLY available through her?

“Were there no forgiveness of sins in the Church, there would be no hope of life to come or eternal liberation. Let us thank God who has given his Church such a gift.”, Pg. 256, #983

The Bible I read teaches is to look to Jesus for our salvation and forgiveness…the Catholic Church once again is in conflict with your Bible!

You are in bondage to the Catholic Church if you call yourself Catholic…whether you think so or not!

The BIBLE or the Catholic Church…which side will you choose?

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AGE OF THE EARTH

Jesus said that Adam was made in the beginning (Matthew 19:4, Mark 10:6) Genesis 1 says Adam was created on day 6.

Real slow… 🙂

The earth was 6 days old when God created the Adam.

Genesis 5 (KJB)

Adam was 130 when he begat Seth. The earth was 130 years old when Seth was born.

Seth was 105 when he begot Enos…track with me… 130 + 105 = 235. The earth was 235 years old when Enos was born…

Enos was 90 when Cainan was born
130 + 105 + 90 = 315. The earth was 315 years old when Cainain was born…

I’m not going to do this all day, the years are right there in Genesis 5…do the math…but from Adam to the flood…the earth was 1656 years old…by the way. Adam lived to be 930 years old…after the flood something happened…and people started living less and less…now about 70 years.

From Adam to Jesus…is about 4,000 years…again…we can add the dates. If the Bible is wrong about it’s history then it is wrong about it’s theology…and then what are we doing?

From Jesus to today (2019)…about 2,000 years…4,000 + 2,000 = 6,000 years. The earth is about 6,000 years old.

Science absolutely supports this…another time we can attack these details.

It’s simple by using the genealogy in the Bible (Genesis 5, Matthew & Luke)…we can add the years…to the Age of the Earth.

The Bible clearly says that Jesus created the earth in about 6,000 years. Anyone with BASIC math skills should be able to figure this out.

Try it…what number do you get?

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THE OPPOSITE BOYS & GIRLS MEANS IT’S DIFFERENT – You can trust just one Bible!

INSPIRED ~ INERRANT ~ PRESERVED

Do you truly think there is no difference in these bibles? I think most women would beg to differ. Bunch of Scripture twisting heretics. How many women truly would like to have a husband that dominates them…is your master?

And what does, “Lord it over you…” mean? I dunno, you got me.

The ESV is just the opposite (ummm…the opposite boys & girls means DIFFERENT)…Instead of her desire to her husband (KJB)…we have desire shall be CONTRARY TO her husband (ESV).

Only two things can be true. Either they are both wrong, although, other than desiring or not desiring your husband, I cannot think of a 3rd option…OR one of them is wrong.

The question then becomes WHICH ONE IS WRONG! Without a bunch of archeological evidence, etc. I can tell you that any bible that does not know who killed Goliath is a bible that cannot be trusted. See 1 Samuel 17:50, 2 Samuel 21:19 and 2 Chronicles 2:5 in both the ESV and the KJB.

Not only does the ESV get it wrong in 2 Samuel 21:19. It creates a double contradiction. I could list hundreds of such errors in the ESV and any/all of the Bibles printed after 1881. There exist no such error in the KJB. In fact, there isn’t a single error in the King James Bible.

Maybe ladies you would rather trust a bible that says you are not to desire your husband or maybe you should choose the ISV where your husband is commanded to DOMINATE you. But then the VOICE…that’s a good one…”but rather than a companion, He will be the dominant partner.

FRIENDS PLEASE WAKE UP! God Inspired His Word…and He preserved it…every Word…every jot and tittle…for you and I and it’s called the KING JAMES BIBLE!

COMPARE GENESIS 3:16

KJB:…and thy desire shall be TO THY husband, and he shall rule over thee.

ESV: “…Your desire shall be CONTRARY TO your husband, but he shall rule over you.”

ISV: “…since your TRUST (not desire?) is turning toward your husband, and he will DOMINATE you.”

TLB: “…your husband’s AFFECTIONS, and he shall be your MASTER.”

NET: “…You will want to CONTROL your husband, but he will DOMINATE you.”

TLV: “…Your desire will be toward your husband, yet HE MUST rule over you.”

VOICE: “…You will desire your husband; but rather than a companion, He will be the dominant partner.” (wow, let that sink in)

NWT (JWs bible): “…and your LONGING will be for your husband, and he will DOMINATE you.”

MSG: “…You’ll want to PLEASE your husband, but he’ll LORD IT over you.” (‘Lord it’ over you? What? Lol)

One more reason we can only trust the Bible.

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YOU ARE GOING TO HELL!

1 Thessalonians 5:4-5, “But ye, brethren, are not in darkness, that  that day should overtake you as a thief.

Ye are all the children of light, and the children of the day: we are not of the night, nor of darkness.”

You keep reading these fake bibles…refusing to listen to listen…you read bibles that deny the ressurection…deny the deity of Christ…deny that Heaven or Hell exist.

11 Churches close in America every day. Is there any wonder Christianity is falling apart?

The Bible declares there will be a great falling away. 2 Thessalonians 2:1-3

It all starts because people are reading the NIV, ESV, NASV, NLT, NAB, TLB, AMP, CEB, NWT(JWs bible), MEV, MSG, any of about 300. Pick one. They are all based on the FAKE Sinaiticus, Vaticanus and Alexandrius.

Please pay attention! I think that the rapture will start with a bang (trumpets and a shout) and end in a fizzle.

Narrow is the gate and few find the way. Matthew 7:13-14

2 Timothy 3:7-9 says that some are caught in a loop of learning but they are never able to come to the truth.

These same also resist the truth: men of corrupt minds, reprobate concerning the faith. They cannot proceed in their faith…

The TRUTH begins when we read God’s Word. Not some watered down fake bible that they sell at your local Bible store in the mall.

Speaking of which a couple months ago…I was in the market for small pocket Bible. I liked the look and feel of one that I had. The trouble was it was in French.

I approached the clerk…I handed my sample to her and told her what I was looking for. She immediately ignored…my request for a King James Bible…they had a very small KJB section.

She took me to the ESV section…pulled down a $150 packet bible. I said,. “thank you for showing me this…do you have anything in the King James?”

She said, “The ESV is easier to understand and is more accurate than the King James.”

Ok okay…hmm said, ” Who killed Goliath?”. She smiled, rolled her eyes and said, “David.”

In her ESV…I had her turn to. 2 Samuel 21:19 and 1 Samuel 17:50.

She read them over and over. Then said oh it’s a different battles…I said, “nope the same battle…and 2 Samuel has Elhanan killing Goliath and 1 Samuel has David killing Goliath.”

She sighed and then led me to the NLT. I said this one won’t work… because it denies the Virgin birth in a footnote for Isaiah 7:14 and others.”

She raised her voice and said, “If you wanted a King James then you should have said so.”

I did say so. :). They defend these modern fake bibles as if they were the Holy Grail!

Please…the TRUTH is so much better than the fiction. Read the King James Bible….

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ESV don’t know who killed Goliath!

In the ESV:

2 Samuel 21:19 says Elhanan killed Goliath
1 Samuel 17:50 says David killed Goliath.

Every Sunday School kid knows David killed Goliath. The King James Bible gets it right.

At least 30 modern bibles including the ESV gets it wrong.  The Ironic thing is virtually every English Bible prior to 1611 does not have this contradiction.

There are thousands of other contradictions and errors in these so-called modern translations.

The NIV and most modern translations deny the TRINITY (Father, the Word & Holy Ghost)

See 1 John 5:7 in your Bible. King James gets it right.

Acts 17:29; Romans 1:20; and Colossians 2:9

All 3 contain the word “Godhead” in the King James Bible…”Godhead” is missing in modern translations that stamp out 1 John 5:7…

They are erasing Jesus…they are erasing the Trinity.

Was Mary a virgin?

Isaiah 7:14 In the King James Bible says so.

In the modern bibles virgin is replaced with young woman or handmaiden. No virgin birth….no miracle…no Jesus.

Some put it in a footnote.  If God said it…it needs to be in the text…by adding to a footnote they add doubt.  This is why I hate footnotes.  Many times they will say, “or” and then show the footnote.  Remember, if it says “or” you can ignore.  King James hated footnotes too.  He said that the Word of God can stand on its own.  Many publishers are adding footnotes to the King James Bibles.  Just remember, if it says OR you can IGNORE.

The errors and contradictions in these new Bibles are not just  2 or 3 verses…they occur in 100s and even 1000s.

My God inspired His Word. He promised to preserve it. And He is smart enough to make one Bible…in English that is His words.

There are about 300 modern bibles…all say something different…they can’t all be right.  Now, can they?

Is God confused? Can He not figure out what He wants to say?

How many errors or contradictions must be in a bible before it is no longer God’s Word?

There were three main manuscripts that were used to translate these 300 modern translations.  Two out of the three of these manuscripts have been proven fakes (see Is the World’s oldest Bible a fake?  https://www.ebay.com/itm/132515946947)

I trust the Authorized Version.  You can trust just ONE Bible.  The one that has stood the test of time for over 400 years without a single textual change.  These modern bibles go through a textual change every 5 to 10 years.  The NIV84, NIV2011, NIrV and the TNIV are a totally different bible.  n 2011, an updated version of the NIV was released. The update modified and dropped some of the gender-neutral language of the TNIV (such as going back to using “mankind” and “man” instead of “human beings” and “people”), along with other changes.

1984 NIV

2005 TNIV

2011 NIV

Blessed is the man who does not walk in the counsel of the wicked or stand in the way of sinners or sit in the seat of mockers. But his delight is in the law of the LORD, and on his law he meditates day and night. He is like a tree planted by streams of water, which yields its fruit in season and whose leaf does not wither. Whatever he does prospers. Blessed are those who do not walk in step with the wicked or stand in the way that sinners take or sit in the company of mockers, but who delight in the law of the LORD and meditate on his law day and night. They are like a tree planted by streams of water, which yields its fruit in season and whose leaf does not wither—whatever they do prospers. Blessed is the one who does not walk in step with the wicked or stand in the way that sinners take or sit in the company of mockers, but whose delight is in the law of the LORD, and who meditates on his law day and night. That person is like a tree planted by streams of water, which yields its fruit in season and whose leaf does not wither—whatever they do prospers.

Summary

Graph summarizing changes between NIV 2011, tNIV, and 1984

Whole Bible

The first three rows show the number of verses and percentage of verses where the NIV2011 and NIV1984 are the same, when the NIV2011 kept the tNIV rendering, and when the NIV2011 has something completely new.

The last two rows compare the total number of words that are the same and how many were changed (the average of added and removed). Puncation is not included in this count.

NIV2011 verse same as 1984 18,666 60.02%
NIV2011 verse same as tNIV 9,726 31.27%
NIV2011 rejected tNIV, reverted to NIV1984 269 .86%
NIV2011 verse verse is new 2,440 7.85%
NIV2011 words same as 1984 356,610 91.37%
NIV2011 changed words 33,666 8.63%
NIV2011 removed words 32,863
NIV2011 added words 34,469

Book by Book

The first three columns show the number of verses and percentage of verses where the NIV2011 and NIV1984 are the same, when the NIV2011 kept the tNIV rendering, and when the NIV2011 has something completely new.

The last two columns compare the total number of words that are the same and how many were changed (the average of added and removed). Puncutation is not included in this count.

Section NIV2011 verse same as 1984 NIV2011 verse same as tNIV NIV2011 verse is new NIV2011 words same as 1984 NIV2011 words changed from 1984
Total 18,666 60.02% 9,726 31.27% 2,440 7.85% 356,610 91.37% 33,666 8.63%
Genesis 1,163 75.86% 294 19.18% 73 4.76% 10,847 93.26% 784 6.74%
Exodus 868 71.56% 287 23.66% 56 4.62% 10,235 92.06% 883 7.94%
Leviticus 392 45.63% 405 47.15% 61 7.1% 14,052 88.89% 1,757 11.11%
Numbers 823 63.9% 420 32.61% 40 3.11% 13,951 91.51% 1,295 8.49%
Deuteronomy 623 64.96% 248 25.86% 81 8.45% 11,155 93.27% 806 6.73%
Joshua 416 63.22% 193 29.33% 45 6.84% 7,369 89.7% 847 10.3%
Judges 336 54.37% 217 35.11% 60 9.71% 9,062 91.79% 811 8.21%
Ruth 36 42.35% 30 35.29% 19 22.35% 1,658 92.5% 135 7.5%
1 Samuel 502 61.98% 269 33.21% 34 4.2% 10,939 93.41% 772 6.59%
2 Samuel 421 60.58% 236 33.96% 33 4.75% 9,688 93.62% 661 6.38%
1 Kings 583 71.45% 197 24.14% 31 3.8% 7,893 93.52% 547 6.48%
2 Kings 494 68.71% 206 28.65% 16 2.23% 8,476 94.39% 504 5.61%
1 Chronicles 696 73.89% 210 22.29% 34 3.61% 6,740 94.27% 410 5.73%
2 Chronicles 555 67.52% 229 27.86% 35 4.26% 9,716 94.4% 577 5.6%
Ezra 195 69.64% 68 24.29% 16 5.71% 2,712 94.96% 144 5.04%
Nehemiah 265 65.27% 114 28.08% 25 6.16% 4,737 94.98% 251 5.02%
Esther 114 68.26% 49 29.34% 4 2.4% 2,129 93.32% 153 6.68%
Job 694 64.86% 290 27.1% 68 6.36% 7,046 88.8% 889 11.2%
Psalm 1,162 47.22% 1,086 44.13% 176 7.15% 25,234 88.34% 3,331 11.66%
Proverbs 311 33.99% 490 53.55% 103 11.26% 9,859 81.72% 2,206 18.28%
Ecclesiastes 108 48.65% 81 36.49% 33 14.86% 2,932 86.52% 457 13.48%
Song of Songs 48 41.03% 67 57.26% 2 1.71% 1,903 94.23% 117 5.77%
Isaiah 744 57.59% 389 30.11% 142 10.99% 18,366 92.83% 1,419 7.17%
Jeremiah 847 62.1% 328 24.05% 135 9.9% 19,167 94.23% 1,174 5.77%
Lamentations 91 59.09% 49 31.82% 10 6.49% 1,847 94.86% 100 5.14%
Ezekiel 811 63.71% 325 25.53% 130 10.21% 16,131 91.95% 1,413 8.05%
Daniel 234 65.55% 108 30.25% 14 3.92% 4,690 93.77% 312 6.23%
Hosea 115 58.38% 59 29.95% 22 11.17% 2,468 91.71% 223 8.29%
Joel 46 63.01% 22 30.14% 5 6.85% 925 92.55% 75 7.45%
Amos 63 43.15% 38 26.03% 32 21.92% 2,765 93.24% 201 6.76%
Obadiah 12 57.14% 5 23.81% 3 14.29% 338 94.41% 20 5.59%
Jonah 20 41.67% 16 33.33% 11 22.92% 822 87.87% 114 12.13%
Micah 51 48.57% 26 24.76% 27 25.71% 1,787 91.64% 163 8.36%
Nahum 28 59.57% 17 36.17% 2 4.26% 605 92.86% 47 7.14%
Habakkuk 25 44.64% 26 46.43% 5 8.93% 942 94.72% 53 5.28%
Zephaniah 11 20.75% 34 64.15% 6 11.32% 1,400 89.46% 165 10.54%
Haggai 21 55.26% 12 31.58% 4 10.53% 670 96.2% 27 3.8%
Zechariah 112 53.08% 71 33.65% 26 12.32% 3,215 91.69% 292 8.31%
Malachi 16 29.09% 34 61.82% 5 9.09% 1,411 89.33% 169 10.67%
Matthew 666 62.18% 269 25.12% 128 11.95% 11,374 91.86% 1,008 8.14%
Mark 471 69.47% 149 21.98% 56 8.26% 5,806 92.12% 497 7.88%
Luke 788 68.46% 282 24.5% 76 6.6% 10,070 92.19% 853 7.81%
John 493 56.09% 317 36.06% 66 7.51% 10,466 91.27% 1,002 8.73%
Acts 628 62.36% 303 30.09% 67 6.65% 10,413 91.59% 956 8.41%
Romans 187 43.19% 169 39.03% 74 17.09% 6,560 89.08% 805 10.92%
1 Corinthians 210 48.05% 172 39.36% 53 12.13% 5,618 86.94% 844 13.06%
2 Corinthians 147 57.2% 86 33.46% 21 8.17% 3,138 91.15% 305 8.85%
Galatians 46 30.87% 53 35.57% 48 32.21% 2,507 88.01% 342 11.99%
Ephesians 99 63.87% 43 27.74% 12 7.74% 1,308 89.93% 147 10.07%
Philippians 47 45.19% 50 48.08% 7 6.73% 1,334 87.5% 191 12.5%
Colossians 54 56.84% 29 30.53% 12 12.63% 1,076 87.69% 151 12.31%
1 Thessalonians 36 40.45% 43 48.31% 9 10.11% 1,173 89.17% 143 10.83%
2 Thessalonians 27 57.45% 16 34.04% 4 8.51% 489 85.56% 83 14.44%
1 Timothy 68 60.18% 39 34.51% 6 5.31% 1,109 87.98% 152 12.02%
2 Timothy 51 61.45% 26 31.33% 6 7.23% 793 90.99% 79 9.01%
Titus 26 56.52% 18 39.13% 2 4.35% 423 88.77% 54 11.23%
Philemon 14 56% 10 40% 1 4% 239 86.13% 39 13.87%
Hebrews 155 51.16% 120 39.6% 28 9.24% 4,083 90.51% 428 9.49%
James 40 37.04% 43 39.81% 23 21.3% 1,620 88.4% 213 11.6%
1 Peter 48 45.71% 41 39.05% 16 15.24% 1,559 89.65% 180 10.35%
2 Peter 28 45.9% 30 49.18% 3 4.92% 913 89.86% 103 10.14%
1 John 52 49.52% 34 32.38% 18 17.14% 1,389 88.84% 175 11.16%
2 John 7 53.85% 5 38.46% 1 7.69% 126 90.32% 14 9.68%
3 John 8 57.14% 2 14.29% 4 28.57% 148 86.3% 24 13.7%
Jude 8 32% 14 56% 3 12% 498 90.05% 55 9.95%
Revelation 210 52.11% 118 29.28% 72 17.87% 6,496 92.34% 539 7.66%

Please see the NIV2011 executive summary and the translator’s notes (PDF).

Follow the link below; it has verse by verse changes.

Robert Slowley’s comparison (includes several great summaries of changes verses and words, including gender issues)

NIV 2010/2011 changes (by John Dyer)

The ESV had revisions done in 2001, 2007, 2011, and 2016.   The 2007 revision changed about 500 words.  The 2011 revision involved aboout 275 verses and less than 500 words.  They also announced the 2007was being phased out.  For the revision of 2016 Crossway announced the “ESV Permanent Text Edition”, where multiple words and verses were changed.  They claimed this would be the last revision.

Isn’t nice to know that the King James has not been “phased out.”  The ESV had so many changes and it was so different than the previous revisions they had no choice but to get rid of the old ones.  But weren’t there changes in the King James Editions; the 1611, 1762 and the 1769?  There were.  But not like you might expect from seeing the changes in the NIV, ESV, et al.   I will cover this in another article.   But for now…here are a handle of what the anti-KJB folks call significant changes:

* 1 Corinthians 12:28 – “helpes in gouernmets” vs. “helps, governments”
* Joshua 3:11 – “Arke of the Couenant, euen the Lord” vs. “ark of the covenant of the Lord”
* 2 Kings 11:10 – “in the Temple” vs. “in the temple of the LORD”
* Isaiah 49:13 – “for God” vs. “for the LORD”
* Jeremiah 31:14 – “with goodnesse” vs. “with my goodness”
* Jeremiah 51:30 – “burnt their dwelling places” vs. “burned her dwellingplaces”
* Ezekiel 6:8 – “that he may” vs. “that ye may”
* Ezekiel 24:5 – “let him seethe” vs. “let them seethe”
* Ezekiel 24:7 – “powred it vpon the ground” vs. “poured it not upon the ground”
* Ezekiel 48:8 – “which they shall” vs. “which ye shall”
* Daniel 3:15 – “a fierie furnace” vs. “a burning fiery furnace”
* Matthew 14:9 – “the othes sake” vs. “the oath’s sake”
* 1 Corinthians 15:6 – “And that” vs. “After that”
* 1 John 5:12 – “the Sonne, hath” vs. “the Son of God hath”

Yep…those are what they call SIGNIFICANT CHANGES.  goodnesse becomes goodness.  Arke of the Couenat becomes ark of the covenant. heples becomes help.

In 1769 Dr. Benjamin Blayney completed his revision of the King James Bible and using Dr. Samuel Johnson’s first edition 1755 printing of the Johnson Dictionary the English language “came of age.” Spelling, punctuation, and grammar became standardized making it possible to teach succeeding generations the fledgling languages’ establishment as a great spoken and written language in the world of communication, commerce and education. I think we can see the 1755 Dr. Samuel Johnson’s Dictionary at work in the above examples of “SIGNIFICANT CHANGES”.  More to come…

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