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"Daniel 11:38 —The verse causes a heart attack among the apostates who translated the NIV, NASV, and NKJV. To make sure that no contemporary application can be made, “in the updated language of the common man,” the revision committees (CEV, NIV, NEB, NWT, RV, RSV, NRSV, ASV, NRSV, and NKJV) all got rid of the “God of forces” (see Star Wars) and created, out of thin air (or swamp muck), “a god of fortresses.” What in the name of heaven would THAT mean? Not even the perverters of Scripture (see Jer. 23:36) could exposit their own substitute “bible” after they manufactured it. With Satan as “the prince of the power of the air,” and his prophet able to control the electrical elements of lightning (Rev. 13:13), and “the force be with you” showing up in 1980, and Satan “falling as lightning from heaven” (Luke 10:18), what did these monkeys do? They eliminated, in one stroke, a Scriptural truth that had application to the twentieth century. It is only found preserved in the seventeenth century, AV 1611. The new ones were three hundred years out of date—archaic. The AV translators chose to capitalize “God,” where normally only the true God is capitalized. Their reason for doing this was simple: they had more sense than the men behind the RV, RSV, and NRSV. They knew the Bible better than the men behind the ASV, NASV, and NIV. They were more spiritual than the men who translated the NKJV, NEB, NWT, and “Living” Mess. You see, the Antichrist professed to be the true God (see 2 Thess. 2): he, himself, personally. The supreme “God” of the physical forces of the material universe—not spiritual—is the Devil, and the Man of Sin will be the Devil incarnate. He gets his power from his “God” (see Rev. 13:1–8). This is not the “God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ” but the “God” of the magnetic, electronic force field, of which the physicists had so much to say. There are “gods” in this force field (see Eph. 6:10–12, Isa. 24:21). The supreme one (“God of forces”) is Satan. Always correct the Hebrew and the Greek with the English. The quickest way to have the Holy Spirit teach you the Bible is to ELIMINATE the Greek and Hebrew scholars everytime you open the Bible. God will always honor this procedure."
Why do you not answer my questions? I see that all the time from people who avoid and reject the Truth.
I will trust 47 of the Worlds greatest Scholars of the KJV over you.
They are of the world: therefore speak they of the world, and the world heareth them. (1 John 4:5)
men of high degree are a lie (Psalm 62:9 KJV).
In response to the above emails:
Sent: Sat, Jan 28, 2012 11:27 am
Subject: Re: Galilee
Excellent point. And when you think about it, the same could be said when people reject what you try to teach. They point to the "big names" in religion today, and in like manner to the logic of the Pharisees in v 48 (Have any of the rulers or the Pharisees believe in Him?). Where as the Pharisees seem to point to their "accepted authority", the same is done when you mention the "accepted authority" of today (i.e. Charles Stanley, John MacArthur, Billy Graham, etc). People instantly dismiss (usually) what you say not based on the Scriptural content, but because you dare challenge the accepted authority of the religious "rulers" of this time - the ones that sell books and draw crowds.
Seems like a very similar mindset...don't dare challenge the "great scholars". A old friend of mine responded with that mindset when I sent him a link to your article about Billy Graham. He said that your position would be laughed out of most seminaries and Bible colleges because everyone knows the great "work" of Billy Graham. He rejected every single Scripture cited based on Graham's "accepted authority". He even went so far as to defend Graham by suggesting that he is now old, and his mind has deteriorated due to a possible degenerative disease (so, in order to continue accepting Graham's "authority", he tried to manufacture the possibility of an undiagnosed physical ailment...just so he could still view Graham as the "authority", who did "years of great work for God").
I do not intend to carry on,but my point is just that the logic used then reminds me of the logic used now. Don't believe the one citing the Word...just trust in what the "authorities" on the matter tell you.
On your statement of faith you must have faith in the testimony of who Jesus really is. How much about him must you believe to be saved? You can keep on learning more and more about the word as you read the bible and hear preachers, but when is it exactly that you believe enough about him to "have faith in the true jesus"?
Abraham was saved and he simply believed, "So shall your descendants be" (Genesis 15:5-6; Romans 4:3). It is not a matter of how much. It is a matter of where. Where is the trust (faith). If it is in what God says, and only in what God says (Proverbs 4:27a), therein is salvation (Matthew 4:4; John 1:1; 14:6).
In a previous email, the writer below argued we could not judge (as we do) and also made it a matter of righteousness for a husband to have life insurance.
Why does the Lord take 7 years for the tribulation (Which should start somewhere between 2023 and 2030 if you ascribe to the jewish cosmic week)? Why not just be done with it all? He has the power. Why the 7 years? And Revelation is not a party you want to be here for (As if you didn't know that already) So why the seven years instead of like the flood. Sudden and decisive.
I do firmly believe a husband and father is responsible for his wife and family. He is to take care of their needs sometimes with his life as payment. When the Bible was written there was nothing like life insurance but we do live in a different age now. Life insurance for the believer can be found for a cheap price. I pay $1.60 per month for $100,000 accidental death or disability insurance. I would think even a poor man can give up $1.60 to provide for his family after he is gone or would you suggest that his family has to do whatever they need to in order to survive? I know poor men that get more than that from collecting cans on the side of the road each week. (The items listed are paid for) They have their home, vehicles, cows, and goats but still get the income from picking up cans.
Also you do point out my hypocrisy. I am a very blessed person as I have found and married my soulmate and wife. I tend to think of most husbands being so blessed. I am not a fan of most husbands not looking out for their family in case they die. I hold my vows and responsibilities very dear and close. I will pay the price for being a judge and I accept that but I still work to encourage those men to look out for their family.You or I can not say what a mother will do to provide for her children. That is a bond we will never fully understand. I would never want to put my wife in the position to do something just for the children. If you have a good, strong community then the wife can be helped But let us look at the reality of the world. There are very few communities like that. If you live in one you are truely blessed. If you died today what would happen to your wife and family? I choose not to let that be a thing of ponderance in this day and time. I know the inheritance I leave behind will provide for my family in this time.
I do appreciate your replys to my email and respect your belief. I will send more emails once I have completed my research. I bid you well and my prayers go forth to protect and nourish your family.
You asked, "Why does the Lord take 7 years for the tribulation".
"(Which should start somewhere between 2023 and 2030 if you ascribe to the jewish cosmic week)"
"I do firmly believe a husband and father is responsible for his wife and family."
"When the Bible was written there was nothing like life insurance"
That which has been is what will be, That which is done is what will be done, And there is nothing new under the sun. Is there anything of which it may be said, "See, this is new "? It has already been in ancient times before us. (Ecclesiastes 1:9-10)"$100,000 accidental death or disability insurance""I know the inheritance I leave behind will provide for my family in this time."
If the "inheritance" you speak of is the "$100,000 accidental death or disability insurance" plan, then - NO YOU DON'T. There is no way you could know such a thing.Either way (whether you speak of an insurance policy or some other physical inheritance), it's evident where your trust is (in man and in material wealth, Jeremiah 17:5; Proverbs 11:28). God is the only place any trust ("I know") can be properly placed. He has promised to provide, if we do our part (see Matthew 6:25-33). A life insurance plan is not mandated in the equation Christ gives in Matthew 6:25-33.
Furthermore, there is no guarantee the life insurance company will even be in existence when you die (James 4:14). Your investment could all be wasted into nothing. Also, that $100,000 could be worthless by the time you die, especially in light of all the inflating (making "money" out of thin air) the FED has done lately (and there seems to be no end in sight with the present government).Furthermore, I am not saying it is unlawful to have life insurance (1 Corinthians 6:12). The Bible doesn't teach that either. But, your man-made requirement of it, and your trust therein, is what is unlawful (against the law of Christ, the Word, Scripture)."If you died today what would happen to your wife and family?"
God would take care of them. The inheritance I have purposed to leave with them is Matthew 6:25-33 (Psalm 41:1-3; etc.). I know if they do this (after I am gone), they will be taken care of. This does not mean I am foolish with what I have. I fear God and am very concerned about using God's resources wisely (knowing I would go to hell if I lived otherwise, Luke 16:10-12).Finally, if it is the natural consequence of being faithful before God in which a man is given riches (Proverbs 10:4; 22:2) and when he dies his family inherits those riches, then he is giving them nothing new they didn't already have. But, on the other hand, a life insurance policy can dump a great deal of new riches suddenly upon a family that wasn't previously there. Since I know and pray the wisdom found in Proverbs 30:8-9, I have no such desire for my family after I am gone. I don't want them to be found, after I am gone, saying, "Who is the Lord?" That's the direct opposite of the reason for life (Romans 14:7-8; Colossians 1:16) and my utmost goal for them (Proverbs 11:30).