Study to Show Thyself Approved Weighing ALL Doctrine against the Words in RED.
HE DIED FOR HIS WORDS.
Come now, and let us reason together
Most say they believe in the Messiah, Then ignore what He preached and Then Died For!
Our Savior has provided His Way for us to believe and live, within His Holy Word.
Is It Pure Salt?
The Way of Yeshua is pure like the salt of the earth.
The Doctrinal Changes
Over 1695 Years Ago The Establishment Of The Church In Rome Changed What We Are To Be Taught
The history of the early church shows the basis of the deception.
‘James the Just’ of Jerusalem, the half brother of our Savior, was the first leader of the new Jewish sect
We all know the story of Saul of Tarshish, who was struck down and blinded by the Spirit who later renamed himself Paul.
...let us cut him off from the land of the living, that his name may be no more remembered
Women had a large role in the church and had never been mandated a back seat role.
The name "Christian" was first given to the followers of Yeshua in Antioch.
Let’s first realize God is a Jealous, demanding often-vengeful God.
Once you learn you are a Joint Heir with all Jews you realize some of those Jewish Holy Days are of importance as well.
After Constantine does away with other Jewish Holy days such as Yom Kippur, the Jewish New Year and a few others, he combined the birth of Christ on the birthday of a pagan on the day we call Christmas.
As early as the 6th century there appears to be inclusion in one religions dogma prayers to Mary the Holy Mother of God.
There is no man that has power over the spirit to retain the spirit; neither has he power in the day of death
Reading parts of Revelation the church was sure the end of the world was at hand.
The early church broke bread daily from house to house. And they, continuing daily with one accord in the temple, and breaking bread from house to house
The Sermon on the Mount with Biblical Cross-References
It’s right there in the Bible I Corinthians 12 1–14 33. Nevertheless some have misinterpreted what it says or have not read all that it says.
And Yeshua said unto them, See you not all these things? Verily I say unto you, there will not be left here one stone upon another that will not be thrown down
Then let them which be in Judea flee into the mountains, Let him which is on the housetop not come down to take any thing out of his house
But of that day and hour know no man, no, not the angels of heaven, but my Father only.
Who was Lucifer?
Lucifer was the Anointed Cherub. To be Anointed means to be set apart for Gods Divine purpose. It also means "bestowal of Gods divine favor", and "appointment to a special place or function."
When scientists try to explain how the origin of the Big Bang (formation of the universe) as well as how the first microbiological organisms formed on earth they use the term "Spontaneous and Inevitable Events". These are code words that mean they can't explain it".
Personal Testimony of Brother in Yeshua. Matthew Dunham
Hello, My name is Matthew and I am a SINNER saved by Grace
MAT 23 8 But be not ye called Rabbi, for one is your Master, even Christ; and all ye are brethren.
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The History of KJV Bible-
The King James Bible, published in 1611, was England's authorized version of the Bible translated from the original Hebrew and Greek languages into English at the request of King James I of England. At the time, other English Bibles existed, but King James did not like the most popular translation, the Geneva Bible, because he felt that some of the marginal notes encouraged disobedience to kings. So when a Puritan scholar, Dr. John Reynolds, suggested a new English translation of the Bible at a 1604 conference of bishops and theologians at Hampton Court Palace, King James readily agreed. By June of 1604, fifty-four of England's foremost scholars and linguists were formed into six panels to translate particular groups of Old Testament and New Testament books and the Aprocrypha (the Aprocrypha was dropped from later editions) into English. Even though King James agreed to the new Bible translation, and the translators dedicated their work "to the most high and mighty prince James," the King James Version was never officially recognized by the king, nor was it ever authorized as the only text permitted to be read in church. Despite this, it soon replaced both the Bishops' Bible and the Geneva Bible in popularity and became the leading text for private use.
King James Bible - The Translators Of the original 54 men chosen to translate the King James Bible, only 47 finished the more than seven-year project, which was governed by very strict rules of translation. The translators were scholarly men who were experts in the biblical languages, and they were convinced of the inerrancy and authority of Scripture. Dr. Henry M. Morris, President of the Institute for Creation Research, said of these men, "It is almost certain that no group of Bible scholars before or since has ever been as thoroughly fit for their task as was the King James Translation Team."
The planning of the translation project stipulated that the translators should be broken up into six panels, and each panel was given certain books of the Bible to translate. After the translations were done, a committee of 12-two translators from each of the six panels-reviewed the work based on a detailed set of guidelines that was established to ensure that the translators' personal eccentricities and political prejudices were not included in this new version.
King James Bible - The Purpose - The King James Bible was developed to be read out loud at church services, so in light of this, the translators gave diligent attention to rhythm and punctuation to give the text a fresh oral quality that no other translations to date could match. These men were so dedicated to their task of translating the Bible into the common language of the people that they included the following in the Bible's preface entitled, "The Translators to the Reader "
Translation it is that openeth the window, to let in the light; that breaketh the shell, that we may eat the kernel; that putteth aside the curtain, that we may look into the most Holy place; that removeth the cover of the well, that we may come by the water, even as Jacob rolled away the stone from the mouth of the well, by which means the flocks of Laban were watered.
King James Bible - Comparison to the Original Manuscripts The King James Version translation effort was based primarily on the Bishops' Bible, but the translators also used the Tyndale, Matthew, Coverdale, Great, and Geneva Bibles; and because many of the translators were skilled in both Hebrew and Greek, they could also refer to the Masoretic text (Hebrew Old Testament) and the Septuagint (Greek translation of Hebrew Scriptures) during their work. If all of the Bibles listed here were traced back to their origins (a work beyond the scope of this writing) the path would lead directly back to the original Hebrew and Greek manuscripts of the Old and New Testaments that exist today.
Because its translators strove for accuracy, beauty, power, and literal faithfulness to the Greek and Hebrew texts, the King James Bible has endured as one of the most beloved translations for centuries. In fact, it was unrivaled in its first 250 years. In 1881, 50 scholars developed the English Revised Version, and they had this to say about the King James Version, We have had to study this great Version carefully and minutely, line by line; and the longer we have been engaged upon it the more we have learned to admire its simplicity, its dignity, its power, its happy turns of expression, its general accuracy, and, we must not fail to add, the music of its cadences, and the felicities of its rhythm. The King James Bible is still found in many homes and churches today, and it is living proof that the beauty and inerrancy of God's Word has been safeguarded over the centuries.