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Does YOUR bible teach you to worship New Age gods?
"Years and years previous to this someone had given me a little book about the superiority of the KJV version and I remember quite honestly that I thought that was hilarious. I thought,'Someone has taken a large portion of that person's brain.'" - Gail Riplinger




But the inconsistencies of the new Bible versions shocked Riplinger as she studied the text changes in the new Bible versions. As a college professor she shared Jesus Christ with her college students when they came to her with their personal problems. Together they would look up verses in the Bible to find answers to these problems. Often they would use the student's new version Bible.

To Riplinger's surprise she found over and over that the key elements of salvation, comfort and healing were missing from the verses in these new versions of the Bible. She began to compare the KJV with these new Bible versions and came face to face with the fact that the new Bible versions' texts are changed to accommodate all religions and their'gods,' thus changing theology and removing the truth that will set people free.

Riplinger tells us in a live television interview on her New Age Bible Versions Video that, "New Agers have always said that we need a semantic bridge to bring the world religions all together and we need common names for things. What is happening in New Age literature is that Buddha is disappearing, Buddha being the prophet over in the east. Krishna is disappearing. And even in Luciferian literature Lucifer's name is disappearing and being replaced by the Lord, the Christ, the One and the Spirit.


New Age Bible Versions by author Gail Riplinger

"Now we are seeing a parallel move within the new Bible versions where it's not Jehovah anymore its just'Lord.' It's not Jesus Christ it is just'the Christ.' "They have separated Christ from Jesus in the new Bible versions because they want'the Lord,''the Christ,''the One' and'the Spirit' rather than the personal identity of the historic God of the Old Testament which is Jehovah and the God of the New Testament which is the Lord Jesus Christ."

Riplinger points out that the new versions remove Jesus Christ because, "The religions of the world believe that'god' created all things but not by Jesus Christ." For New Agers, Jesus Christ is too narrow a definition of "god." The different gods of all the world's religions fit neatly in the categories of the Lord, the Christ, the One and the Spirit. Therefore there is no need to proselytize people from other religions because their'god' is really the same as yours and all these'gods' lead down the same "path" to heaven, don't they? John 14:6 reminds us of the truth, "Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me."
source - Chick Publications



 
Is Jesus of Nazareth The Only Begotten Son of God? - Part 3

The KJV Retains This Teaching While Most Modern Versions Remove It


Luke 4:18 The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised,



The Lord Jesus Came to Heal the Brokenhearted

Part Three of my article. Spiritual power hemorrhages from believers as they read these new translations. They can lack both inner spiritual power as well as the proper Scriptures needed to defend the faith. An example of this is found in Luke 4:18. Millions of people suffer from a broken-heart. Something happened to them that wounded their spirit and broke their heart. This broken-heart can wreck havoc in their life. They can lead defeated lives without victory. People with a broken-heart can cover this over and try to forget and bury what caused it, but the damage caused by a broken-heart never goes away until it is healed by God's Holy Spirit. Luke 4:18 is the exact verse for such a person; however it is only found in the King James Bible!


Jesus came to save, and to heal the brokenhearted. Does YOUR bible teach that?

When I minister to someone who I sense has a broken-heart, I take them immediately to Luke 4:18. I read the verse and ask them if they have a broken-heart. In all my years of ministry, when I share this verse, everyone said yes. The person always knows both how and when their heart was broken. It is always clear to them like it happened yesterday. Sometimes they are overwhelmed and feel they can never be freed. I always assure them from Luke 4:18 that the ministry of the Lord Jesus was to heal them. The exact words of this verse "He hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted" is a healing balm to these people and instantly gives them hope.

A broken-heart means that it is shattered and splintered. The heart is the spiritual core of a person and this shattering is what is the cause of so many problems. The Holy Spirit ministers by healing the heart and making it whole. When the heart is healed, great strength and spiritual power flows from the heart and the person now lives in victory. I have seen many people instantly healed of a broken heart as we prayed, and they were set free in the name of Jesus. The modern translations removed brokenhearted from the verse! Luke 4:18 is the only verse in the New Testament which contains the word brokenhearted. The following, for comparison, is Luke 4:18 in the King James Version and the New International Version:

Luke 4:18 The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised KJV

Luke 4:18 The Spirit of the Lord is on me, because he has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to set the oppressed free NIV

The Holy Spirit would never remove "He hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted" from the Bible, but this is exactly what the modern translations did! This is horrifying to me as it is such a subtle yet bold and blatant satanic attack on the ministry of the Lord Jesus Christ! I know the power of Luke 4:18, as I have used it over and over again and witnessed the results in people's lives. This is a reason why I say the modern translations steal power out of Christians' lives. The modern translations are subtly designed to do this. It is beyond obvious that God's Holy Spirit would not be a part of a translation that allow this. Look at what the modern translations have done. They have eliminated that the Lord Jesus is the only begotten Son of God which is the very foundation of Christianity; they have removed Lucifer and replaced Him with a title for the Lord Jesus; and then they removed brokenhearted to steal power from believers lives who desperately need to know the Lord came to heal them. These three issues alone should send people fleeing from the modern translation and back to the King James which contains God's truth and power.

After reading this article, if you realize that you suffer from a broken-heart you can be healed by God's Holy Spirit. All you need to do is bring before the LORD that your heart is broken and ask the Father to heal it in the name of Jesus. The Lord came to heal the brokenhearted, and you can ask in assurance because it is in His word as revealed in the KJV. I have witnessed dozens upon dozens of people healed of a broken-heart and set free. The very same can happen to you. The Bible warns that even in the apostle's day there were people who would corrupt the word of God. Today, the corruption seems to be without bounds. We have to guard against those who alter God's word and stand against this. We cannot sit by and let the foundation of the faith be washed away. We need to stand against this subtle attack on God's word: "For we are not as many, which corrupt the word of God..." 2Corinthians 2:17.

Jude 1:3 Beloved, when I gave all diligence to write unto you of the common salvation, it was needful for me to write unto you, and exhort you that ye should earnestly contend for the faith which was once delivered unto the saints.

 


 
 

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