Thursday, May 19, 2011

Events of recent days...

Due to some interesting events unfolding over the last few days and weeks, I'm sure my little blog has suddenly become very "popular". In fact, my blog was pretty much a primary source of "evidence" that I am allegedly some kind of heretic.

You see, I believe in a Holy Bible which I have within touching distance on my left hand side as I write this blog. Every time since I got saved as a five year old boy that the Holy Spirit of God has spoken to me, He has done so in English. I've never yet heard the Holy Spirit speak to me in Hebrew, Aramaic, or Greek. Strange that, isn't it? Who would ever have thought that God could speak English? Who would ever have thought it indeed...

When people have a written statement of faith that says "The Holy Bible is the inspired word of God", they often don't really mean that. Or at least, they DO mean that the phrase "Holy Bible" is NOT a reference to the English King James Bible. If they DO believe in a Holy Bible of any sorts, they SEEM (and I can only say "seem", as they never seem to be able to clearly define their position - how incredibly convenient!) to be referring to:

1. An original manuscript WHICH DOES NOT EXIST ANY MORE.
2. An "original language" WHICH THEY CANNOT FLUENTLY READ.
3. An eclectic text such as the Received Text, WHICH NOBODY CAN QUITE PINPOINT.

Oh, and for those of you reading this post and getting a little hot under the collar, do yourself a favour and RESEARCH whether the "original manuscript" of the Book of Job was written in Hebrew. You see, all extant "original language" manuscripts of the Old Testament have Job in Hebrew. But nobody believes - at least, nobody who has good sense and does their research - that Job was originally written in Hebrew. It was almost certainly penned by Elihu, and if that was the case, he penned it a long, long time before the Hebrew language existed. He probably wrote it in Egyptian, and it was probably translated into Hebrew by Moses.

And while you are on this topic, do some RESEARCH and see the EVIDENCE which indicates that the "original manuscript" of Matthew was probably written in HEBREW. Yet no early Hebrew Matthew manuscripts are extant. The early manuscripts of Matthew are all in Greek. So much for the scholars claiming that they are correcting the King James Bible with the "originals" and the "original languages". These scholars KNOW the evidence, they KNOW it says Matthew was written in Hebrew, so they reduce the evidence to suggesting that "Matthew was written in the Hebrew style". Oh, how convenient. But oh, how intellectually dishonest...

By choosing one of the above positions (original manuscript, original language, or eclectic text in original languages), it puts you in the incredibly convenient position of NEVER having to SUBMIT to the Word of God. You simply pick and choose the relevant text, manuscript, word, or variant which suits your doctrine.

I have never adopted that position. I change my doctrine to suit the Word of God - as it is given to me, by inspiration, in the King James Bible. I have it on my desk. I can read it. I trust it. It has proven itself now for some 400 years. They keep hammering away at the anvil, and the anvil keeps wearing out the hammers.

I never wanted to suffer for the Word of God, but it is truly an honour to do so. And in the very month that is the 400th year Anniversary of the Word of God in the English language. Who would have thought?

Purified Seven Times... (Psalm 12 : 6 - 7)
1. It took seven years (times) to produce.
2. It was the 7th major attempt at producing an English Bible. (Preceded by Tyndale's, Matthew's, Coverdale's, Great Bible, Geneva Bible, Bishop's Bible, and finally purified in the Authorised Version, King James Bible.)

Where the word of a king is, there is POWER... (Ecclesiastes 8 : 4)

Amen and amen. At least I know where I stand. I always did.


  1. Fantastic! Yeah! King James Bible RULES!

    I have one, I was given this by Brother Ed at last year, and I was glad. I was looking for one and it was hard to figure out which one is pure and which one is corrupt, there's so many corrupted "modern" versions, i was trying to avoid the corrupted versions. But at least I found Brother Ed gave me a few other books and that was helpful in studying many things, as well as knowing that King James Bible IS the most perfect there is.

    Problem was, just two days ago I found some mistakes, maybe "mistakes", maybe not. Some "Holy Spirit" was supposed to have capital letters in the "S", but some verses have theese as small letter "s", and I was shocked. What am I to do? I feared reading anymore for fear of contaminating my mind with some hidden corruption that I may not know about. Where can i find another King James Bible that has not been tampered with BEFORE it was printed? (sighs). I dont' know what to do. Been looking but I feel lost. (sighs)

  2. Here, this page:

    Beside all this, Cambridge has also taken the liberty of making doctrinal changes. Notice the following: The capital S in the word Spirit has been changed to a lower case s in numerous passages. The capital S refers to the Holy Spirit, the third member of the Godhead, whereas the lower case s in the word spirit could have multiple definitions such as simply referring to a mood or emotion. Its primary definition means to breath. All living self moving creatures have a spirit within them. So many definitions could apply to the word spirit when it is not capitalized.

    To change the capital S in the word Spirit to a lower case s is an attack against the Godhead, the most powerful threefold cord in heaven and earth: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Cambridge has made this critical error in the following places: Genesis 1:2, 41:38, Judges 3:10, 6:34, 11:29, 13:25, 14:6, 14:19, 15:14, 1 Samuel 10:6, 10:10, 11:6, 16:13, 16:14, 19:20, 19:23, 2 Samuel 23:2, 1 Kings 18:12, 22:24, 2 Kings 2:16, 2 Chronicles 15:1, 18:23, 20:14, 24:20, Job 33:4, Isaiah 40:13, 48:16, 61:1, 63:10, 11, 14, Ezekiel 11:5, 24. For hundreds of years Cambridge published these verses with a capital S, but now in the twenty-first century it has been changed. Actually this so called standard text edition first hit the market in 1993 and is being endorsed by many King James Bible believing websites to day. I assume that they are not aware that it has been modernized.

    So there it is, I checked and I saw a few of these have small "s" where the big "S" is supposed to be. What am I to do? I'm tired of these interferring pagan buggers messing with our books, I want the most perfect one, one that have not been tampered with by these morons! (sighs)