Why we hold to the King James Bible series. Part 1 - The Doctrine of Inspiration.
There is no subject more important than the Word of God itself! If we do not have the pure Word of God, we are in a truly hopeless place in this sin saturated world.
In these first messages we will study what the Bible says about itself. The Bible claims, unequivocally, to be the inspired, infallible, inerrant Word of the Living God. It is the Divine nature of the Bible that makes it absolutely trustworthy in all that it reveals. We will then move to the reasons why we hold to the KJV which to this day is still the most printed Book in the history of the world.
This is part 2 of 2 of a lecture on the Textus Receptus by Ted Letis as guest speaker at the Puritan Reformed Presbyterian Church (then the Puritan Evangelical Church of America) on October 9, 1991. It is a converted cassette tape and reflects the challenges with sound quality but it is more than discernible. It also appears to have missed some of the end of this lecture when the tape ran out of space (this time only on side A before the tape ran out). But most of it is here.
This is part 1 of 2 of a lecture on the Textus Receptus by Ted Letis as guest speaker at the Puritan Reformed Presbyterian Church (then the Puritan Evangelical Church of America) on October 9, 1991. It is a converted cassette tape and reflects the challenges with sound quality but it is more than discernible. It also appears to have missed some of the end of this lecture when the tape ran out of space on the B side. But most of it is here.
We discuss the perverted "Pride Month" replacing the month for weddings and how our text, Ezekiel 16:49-50, is perverted (see the NIV version) in order to pretend that sexual abomination was NOT the reason God judged Sodom. And if you haven't heard this before you don't get out among Sodomites much and you may have trouble believing it...
Also Reference: 1 Corinthians 6:9-10, Proverbs 16:18
This segment answers the question as to, "Why did the King James Bible of 1611 include the Apocrypha?" It's inclusion for historical purposes and not as inspired Scripture is explained in the words of King James himself, and of the Second Cambridge Company of translators in seven points as they listed them.
Can we trust the use of the KJV Bible?
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As we discuss how we got our Bible, it's important that we understand some of the terminology. You will often hear references to "the canon of Scripture" and we will explain what that means before moving on to discuss the inclusion of the books of the Prophets from Joshua thru Esther.
The mouth of fools fees on foolishness. In this devotional, we discuss the reality that those who do not seek to glorify God and enjoy their relationship with Him are simply fools. And they feed on foolishness instead of the pure words of God.
Also Reference: Habakkuk 3:18
The Rev. Christian McShaffrey discusses the topic 'Does the textual basis of your Bible matter? Is there a significant difference between the Authorised Version and others?' at the Text & Translation Conference in Inverness, Scotland on 11 November 2022.
Lee y medita conmigo la BIBLIA en 52 semanas; en la versión Nueva Biblia de Las Américas (NBLA).
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Satan is not a creator, he is a corrupter. He works ever so subtly to corrupt the Word of God. The Bible says "...many, which corrupt the word of God.." How is the Word of God corrupted?
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In our study, we look at Guardian Angels and see that they are not what Hollywood depicts them to be but that there is a Biblical version of such angels serving as guards over God's people and earthly sights.