A reading from the "Deleted Version" of the Holy Scriptures

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        54 learned men selected impartially from both high churchmen and Puritans

        as well as from those who represented scholarship totally unconnected with any party

        King James designed to secure the cooperation of every Biblical scholar of note in the kingdom


"For thine is the kingdom and the power and the glory for ever and ever. Amen" Matthew 6:13

What a powerful acknowledgement of the glory and sovereignty of our God - that has been
from most modern versions of The Holy Scriptures.

Here are just a few versions that delete the above passage:

Footnotes justifying this deletion say something like this, "some mss (or ancient mss) omit" or "some mss include..."

There is no justification for adding to, or taking away from, the Word of God. Proverbs 30:5-6 Revelation 22:19,
2 Timothy 3:16 2 Peter 1:20 (beware paraphrases)

The TEXTUS RECEPTICUS (Greek Text) used to translate our King James Bible includes this God breathed passage (Matthew 6:13) in its entirety. This text is shown (by many quotes and versions of the early church fathers) to have been the text used extensively by the early church. Yet has been rejected outright by modern day translators.

Every word of scripture is God breathed, profitable and good for reproof, correction, doctrine and instruction in righteousness (do we really want to delete even one word?).

With the King James Bible we can be certain we are not reading a Deleted and Expanded Paraphrase of the Holy Scriptures… but a true word for word translation.

A giant print copy can be purchased for only $5 at Walmart or Dollar General. An absolutely necessary study guide is an Original (emphasis on original) Strong's Exhaustive Concordance ($30). The meaning of every word (Hebrew, Greek and Aramaic) in the King James Bible can be found in the Strong's.

A final word on the Original Strong's Concordance. The Christian Book Store in my town does not carry it!

They have the NEW Strong's. They have the STRONGEST Strongs
with "updated" Greek and Hebrew. I ask you, when did the Greek and Hebrew get updated?!!

It got updated when Hort and Westcott (Nestle - Aland) updated it - that's when.

Those new Strong's are rat poisen (rat poisen is less than 2% bad stuff--99% good stuff--but the 2% is deadly). Don't eat it, and don't look to a lying source for truth.

Insist that they order you an ORIGINAL Strong's, which is based on the Textus Receptus. Or better yet, give your business to a bookstore that carries it in stock.

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In his book God Wrote Only One Bible, Jasper J Ray pens the following testimony about Textus Receptus:

"Wonder of wonders, in the midst of all the present confusion regarding manuscripts, we still have a Bible we can trust.

The writing of the Word of God by inspiration is no greater miracle than the miracle of its preservation in the Textus Receptus.

All criticism of this text from which was translated the King James Bible, is based upon an unproved hypothesis:

i.e. that there are older and more dependable copies of the original Bible manuscripts.

No one in nineteen hundred years, has been able to prove that one jot or tittle has been inserted or taken out."

Be careful what you eat...

               ... to the hungry soul, every bitter thing is sweet

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