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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

Who Was King James I of England?

Meet The Man Behind The KJV


Much has been said over the centuries, both good and bad, about the man who was the driving force being the King James bible, King James I of England.
So let's meet the man and see who he was, the type of life he led, and some really cool facts about his life.

"Where the word of a king is, there is power" Ecclesiastes 8:4

King James I of England 1611
IRELAND, DEFENDER OF THE FAITH, &c. The Translators of the Bible wish Grace, Mercy and Peace, through

King James I was a Christian who wanted the Bible in the hands of the common man. Commissioned the Authorized King James Bible in 1611.
Fluent in Greek, Latin, French, English, and his native Scots. Schooled in Italian and Spanish.
Wrote extensively including Basilicon Doron (the Kingly Gift), Daemonologie, and tracts on varied subjects such as "Counterblaste to Tobacco" which condemned the use of tobacco. These and many other writings are found in The Workes of the Most High and Mightie Prince Iames (in Jacobean typography, the letter "I" can represent I or J), a massive collection of the king's writings now online. In The Workes, one finds that King James was a contender for the faith of Jesus Christ and cared about the spiritual well-being of his kingdom. He even wrote Christian meditations for his people. His writings are still relevant today--King James has a message that Rome does not want you to hear.
William Shakespere was one of his subjects. Learning and writing thrived under the King's reign.
Formed the foundation for what is now known as the British Empire by uniting warring tribes of Scotland and then enjoining the crowns of Scotland and England in 1603. He was the first to call his new kingdom, "Great Britain".
King James was became King of Scotland in 1567 when he was 13 months old and acceded to the English throne in 1603.
Scottish reformation leader John Knox read the sermon when he was crowned King.
He endured racism as a Scot ruling over the English, nevertheless had the love and admiration of many subjects. Years after his death, detractors tried to sully his good name. Unfortunately, it continues today, yet KJV translators, yea the King himself had predicted such.
King James was sickly having crippling arthritis, weak limbs, abdominal colic, gout, and a number of other chronic illnesses. He also had physical handicaps which affected his legs and tongue. Coupled with numerous attempts on his life, he required constant attention and watchcare.
His mother was Mary Queen of Scots who was deposed in 1567 and executed in 1587 after 19 years in prison. His father, Lord Darnley, was murdered in 1567.
Roman Catholic clerics tried to kill him more than once. The King was born during the time of the Reformation and well knew popery's atrocities. In 1536, popery burned William Tyndale to death for distributing the Bible and it was MUCH displeased with King James' authorization of a Bible in English (see translator's notes). Roman Catholic Nicolo Molin, an Ambassador said this of King James:
He led a chaste life. Sir Henry Wotton (June 1602) said this of King James: "There appears a certain natural goodness verging on modesty...He wears short hair...among his good qualities none shines more brightly than the chastness of his life, which he has preserved without stain down to the present time. Contrary to the example of almost all his ancestors, who disturbed the kingdom with the great number of bastards which they left."
In 1603, Sir Roger Wilbaham wrote: "The King is of sharpest wit and invention...of the sweetest most pleasant and best nature that I ever knew, desiring nor affecting anything but true honor."
King James loved literature and wrote extensively including the Basilicon Doron which contains instructions to his son on how to live and be a just king. King James' advice to his son concerning chastity: "Keep your body clean and unpolluted while you give it to your wife whom to only it belongs for how can you justly crave to be joined with a Virgin if your body be polluted? Why should the one half be clean, and the other defiled? And suppose I know, fornication is thought but a veniall sin by the most part of the world, yet remember well what I said to you in my first book regarding conscience, and count every sin a breach of God's law, not according as the vain world esteems of it, but as God judge and maker of the law accounts of the same: hear God commanding by the mouth of Paul to abstain from fornication, declaring that the fornicator shall not inherit the kingdom of heaven, and by the mouth of John reckoning out fornication among other grievous sins that declares the commiters among dogs and swine."
Advice to his son on how to treat his wife: "And for your behavior to your wife, the Scripture can best give you counsel therein. Treat her as your own flesh, command her as her lord, cherish her as your helper, rule her as your pupil, please her in all things reasonable, but teach her not to be curious in things that belong not to her. You are the head, she is your body, it is your office to command and hers to obey, but yet with such a sweet harmony as she should be as ready to obey as you to command, as willing to follow as you to go before, your love being wholly knit unto her, and all her affections lovingly bent to follow your will."
King James loved his wife, Queen Anne, and wrote beautifully of her. They had nine children together. Once, while out hunting, Queen Anne mistakenly killed King James' favorite dog. Sir Dudley Carleton wrote in 1613: "The queen shooting a deer mistook her mark and killed Jewel, the King's most special and favourite hound; at which he stormed exceedingly awhile; but after he knew who did it he was soon pacified and with much kindness wished her not to be troubled with it for he should love her never the worse; and the next day sent her a diamond worth i??2000 as a legacy from his dead dog....The Queen by her late pacification hath gained Greenwich." source - Jesus Is Lord


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