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Truth that can only be found in the King James Bible #28
People complain about the King James Bible, saying that it is too hard. They probably mean that the vocabulary it too difficult for them, but perhaps there is another way in which it is too hard for them.
Psalm 7:11 God judgeth the righteous, and God is angry with the wicked every day. (King James Bible)
That verse sums up why people don't read the Bible and hate the Lord. They don't want to be judged because they know they are sinners and there is no place in their theology for a God who is angry with them.
The verse in the King James Bible is too hard for them, and so the new Bible translations soften the blow.
Psalm 7:11 God is a righteous judge, Yea, a God that hath indignation every day. There you see the ASV of 1901 totally removes the object of God's anger: the wicked person reading the verse.
Psalm 7:11 God is a righteous judge, and a God who has indignation every day. The New American Standard acorn did not fall far from the corrupt tree, again removing the target of God’s indignation.
Psalm 7:11 God is a righteous judge, a God who expresses his wrath every day. From the NIV you might conclude that God writes a sternly worded letter or posts a sternly worded blog. And once again, the object of God's wrath is not mentioned.
Psalm 7:11 God is a righteous judge, yes, a God Who is indignant every day. From the Amplified Bible you might conclude that God's shirts came back from the laundry with too much starch, which makes Him indignant.
Where did the new Bible translations go to find their watered down translations of Psalm 7:11? Answer: The Syriac, the Llamsa, the Vulgate and of course, the mythical Septuagint.
The truth of God's anger with the wicked is correctly found in your King James Bible and nowhere else.
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From a Florida Prison:
Dear Pastor Terence Mc Lean,
Greetings in the Lord. (Not too much smoke this time). I hope this letter finds you well. It has been over 3 months since I’ve written to you. I was separated from all my personal property and was placed in solitary confinement under investigation, so I couldn’t write. I was never officially charged with anything but they kept me in confinement for 57 days awaiting my transfer to another prison. Fortunately they didn’t take away my Scofield Study Bible or my reading glasses, but I had nothing to write notes with. Anyways, I’m now out of confinement and I finally read The History of your Bible which you sent me before they put me in confinement.. And now that I can write to you again: I need more of your books…
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