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  • Birthday June 10
  1. My house will continue to trust in the KJV for it is the inerrant, true word of God in my language. Thanks for sharing this. Satan will not quit attacking God's Word until that final judgement is completed, so we must always beware of the liar that seeks to destroy.
  2. First off, thanks for the replies. My apologies for the confusion as the title heading was neither intended as a question or statement. I do not question it at all, but firmly believe that the belief that this scripture is not true cannon is a lie of satan to discredit God's Word. I simply used the heading to give an idea of what the topic was without dragging it out. Again, my apologies for any confusion. Annie, thanks for sharing the link, it provided some good historical matter. Thanks for the welcoming back and I will try not to be a stranger quite so long at a time. It's good to see that many of you are still here. God's grace to each of you.
  3. Hi all, I haven't been on much lately (for quite a while actually). Hope everyone is well and blessed in this new year. I had something I haven't heard before told to me this evening and wondered if anyone knew the root of it and the driving force behind the teaching. A gentleman (who claims to be a christian, but is often uttering false teachings - which I am sure he has heard from a number sources) told me this evening that the scriptures found in John 8 versus 3 through 11 are not in the original texts (I am assuming he refers to the TR, but didn't have the time to discuss it further). Has anyone heard this teaching before and, if so, do you know the root of it and why whoever started this teaching would want to discredit this particular portion of scripture? This gentleman also said that the last portion of the book of Mark was not written by John Mark because of the following: 16He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved; but he that believeth not shall be damned. 17 And these signs shall follow them that believe; In my name shall they cast out devils; they shall speak with new tongues; 18 They shall take up serpents; and if they drink any deadly thing, it shall not hurt them; they shall lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover. 19 So then after the Lord had spoken unto them, he was received up into heaven, and sat on the right hand of God. 20 And they went forth, and preached every where, the Lord working with them, and confirming the word with signs following. Amen. Because all Christians aren't healers and don't speak in new tongues and are immune to poisons, etc., etc. Obviously this is just foolishness in understanding the use of signs, miracles, gifts, and talents. I have heard this before and, after studying, have discarded it as the foolishness it is. As for the first topic though, I haven't heard it before and wonder if you have. I have a couple of different Greek texts online and on my computer (though I cannot read or speak the Greek, but only lean on translation), and each of them contain this scripture and concur the same translation (with minor word changes). Those who know me, know where I stand concerning the KJV and know that I am not entreating this as truth, but rather, that I would like to find out where this teaching is coming from. Any insight would be appreciated. God's grace and blessings in the new year to each of you.
  4. I actually think that two of these points made the movie that much more real to me. Think about the way that everything was pushed onto the husband to make it work and compare that to Christ and His bride: it is the same. It was all up to Christ to pay all the price to have us as His bride. All we have to do is accept Him just as the wife finally did the husband. As for the "mistreated hero"......exactly the same! Look at Christ and how we often treat Him by ignoring His leading and playing the harlot in our sins and pushing Him aside. He is exactly that: a mistreated hero. And I think that Cameron's character recognized that in the end just as the wife recognized it in the husband in this movie. I found this movie to be challenging and a real blessing.....it may honestly be one of my all time favorites if not the very one.
  5. I am FAR more concerned with word changes of words that make the scriptures have different meaning than I am with the "stigma" of the Old English. It's not the way it sounds that makes the KJV the authority, but the accuracy of translation in meaning.
  6. My problem is that we, even here on this site, are playing the fool and ignoring the warning. Look at the list on page five of the link that was posted. Those words are NOT mere spelling changes, but entire word changes which DO change the meaning completely if they (publishers) are doing this. Don't so easily discharge something that you obviously didn't read or didn't pay attention to as you will not convince me that those of you who are saying this is of no matter are not intelligent enough to see the word changes listed. This should be looked into much more thoroughly (not throughly - for instance) to determine whether it is indeed taking place, and, if so, the warning should be sounded by believers everywhere. God Bless, Futurehope
  7. I try not to allow anything with magic on our television, but sometimes I find that cartoons will sneak it in on you.
  8. Are you serious?????? What ever made you even log onto this site just to come share with us that you love homosexuals, gays, lesbians, faggits, whoremongers, people that rape little kids, and every other sexual perversion known to man kind? Oh, I almost forgot, and to let us know that you think the bible is irrelevant? Let me guess, your one of those people that thinks you came from a monkey too. I will make it a point to pray for you.
  9. Do you think I will ever catch up to John?
  10. Did you know this is only my 500th post?
  11. Do you ever think they've just gone too far?
  12. Guilty. The person next to me loves children.

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