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How to study any book of the Bible

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  • Craig Lounsbury 5 years ago

    Or one could skip the King James version and the "older the better" dictionary and pick up a more modern version of the Bible.

  • Judy 5 years ago

    Fast food is faster but, then, the express excitement and joy of finding hidden treasure and the time spent in fellowship with God is uncomparable. A fresh word straight from God and not through another. Plus, there was an inner leading that the King James version is the most accurate translation and so, this form of study was an attempt to further understand what was written.

  • Craig Lounsbury 5 years ago

    "A fresh word straight from God and not through another."
    I am not sure I understand your point. Is that to suggest that the KJV was inspired directly from God and say the NIV has a middle man?

    "an inner leading that the King James version is the most accurate translation"
    There are many who suggest otherwise with sound reason. Many older biblical manuscripts were uncovered post KJV. Later Scholars had the advantage if more and older biblical writings to work with.

  • Judy 5 years ago

    "a fresh word straight from God and not through another" meaning in reading the Bible, then, meditating while looking up word meanings, it seems as though fresh insight comes from above and enlightens. A fresh discovery of my own from God, fresh food.
    "an inner leading thet the KJV was most accurate" is simply that... an inner leading. Which was later backed up by reading several Trinitarian Bible Society pamphlets.(Ph:616-456-0564)
    "The Divine Original","The Authorised Version","The New International Version" (which shows omitted passages that are still included in the KJV)

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