The King James Version Verses Other Translations

Are all translations the same? Or do they all come from the same manuscripts but mankind has translated them differently? The answer to these two questions is NO! They are translated different because they are translating different manuscripts. One stream is from the pure word of God. The other is from a corrupted source.

Do we think for a minute that Satan wants you to have God’s pure word, Of course not. He knows he can’t just give mankind some thing totally different, he has to be close but not pure.

Keep this in mind, THE ORIGINALS DO NOT EXIST TODAY! If someone says they do, ask them where are they  at? They can’t tell you because we don’t have the originals. We have God’s Pure word, without errors but we don’t have the originals. God tells us in scripture that His word will not pass away, not even one jot or tittle.

The deception is great though. Satan tried to muddy the water so to speak so mankind doesn’t know what is pure and what is not. Scholarship does this. They are more concerned about making you believe what they tell you as opposed to what God Himself is telling you. Do you really believe that God can’t preserve His word pure and without error?

Here is an example of such deception.

According to 1 John 4:14, “The Father sent the Son to be the Saviour of the world.”

However, in the New Age, “a God, one of many, sends a son (or, an avatar), with a message, to be a Saviour for each age.”

Modern translations use “a” instead of “the”. The King James Bible uses “the” to show a specific Father, Son, Saviour and world.


Keep in mind, the following verse. “Sanctify them through thy truth:
thy word is truth.

Truth is what cleanses us.

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