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The KJV and unsaved non-English-speaking tribes...

I have been asked repeatedly why the Lord in His infinite unbridled wisdom chose to make the 1611 edition of the King James version of the Holy Bible the one true official Bible and the final authority in all matters of faith and doctrine for the entire planet when there are several million people around the world who do not speak English and I have answered that question on several occasions but never as a journal entry which it looks like I will have to do now as I am tired of answering that question over and over for people who probably do not even care about the answer but just want to annoy me with the question. Amen.

The Lord has throughout the ages seen fit to deliver His Message to the sinners of the world through one group of chosen people and through one Messenger and in one language. Amen. The notion that God must do this for each and every nation and tribe and clan that pops up is to view God as an errand boy rather that the King of kings.

The Old Testament was written in Hebrew and delivered to the Jews through various chosen Messengers such as Moses and Abraham and Isaiah and the New Testament was written in Koine Greek and given first to the Jews and then later after they rejected it and crucified Jesus it was given to the Gentiles (Acts 11:1-18) and then once the English speaking nations had conquered most of the pagan nations and tribes and clans and the English language had reached a state of perfection the Lord saw fit to give us the 1611 edition of the King James translation of both the Old and New Testaments of the Holy Bible and when you stop and think about it His decision makes a lot of sense since He has one language for the Old Testament and one for the New Testament and now has one language for the entire Bible in one volume! Amen!

But if you need further instruction regarding the superiority of the 1611 KJV I would like to invite you to visit the following web sites:

www.staggs.pair.com/kjbp

www.biblelife.org/word.htm

www.av1611.org/biblecom.html

www.biblebelievers.com/Grady/Final_Authority.html

www.chick.com/reading/tracts/0031/0031_01.asp

In these last days before the return of Christ the KJV has come increasingly under attack by those who like the part of the Gospel which allows them to avoid HELL but not the part that preaches repentance from sin and unrighteousness and it is of course no surprise to me that all those who bash the King James Version of the Holy Bible also like to advocate such sins of the flesh as masturbation and homosexuality as the purpose of the modern so-called translations is to dilute the Lord's message. Amen.

If you truly do not see where the Lord decrees that sex with one's own gender or at one's own hands is wrong and are not merely being smart-alecky I would invite you to simply dip a copy of the 1611 King James Bible in a vat of yellow ink and then read the highlighted parts for edification in that matter as all of this is expounded upon in great detail throughout the Scriptures. Amen.

Then after you have read the KJV and turned from your lifetime of sin and accepted Jesus Christ as your personal Savior (as if! which means I will spare you the feigned drama of holding my breath in anticipation of your life-shattering conversion) your next step would be to rid your closet of your pornography and your pro-abortion propaganda and your feminist Wiccan literature as well as of course your soap opera periodicals but I would recommend you do not throw away your new age Bible per-versions such as the NIV and the NRS and that awful so-called "Living" Bible as the pages will be very useful in cleaning up after your homosexual masturbation orgies once you have given up your deviant lifestyle and embraced 1611 KJV Christianity. Amen!
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