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    It is supremely important to have faith in God, both for our salvation and for believing that He has kept and preserved His words throughout every generation as He promised to do. If you cannot believe God has kept His promise to preserve His words, then how can you believe He will keep His promise to preserve your soul?

    Ask any modern version promoter if he believes the originals were given by inspiration of God. He will enthusiastically respond in the affirmative. Yes, they were inspired. Then ask him how he knows this to be true. He has never seen them because they don't exist. He believes it by faith. In the same way we too have faith that God both inspired His original words and that He has preserved them through history and today they are found in the King James Bible.

    God fulfills His purposes in the fulness of time. He is sovereign in history and His timetable is not the same as mans. In Galatians 4:4 we read: But when the FULNESS OF THE TIME WAS COME, God sent forth his Son, made of a woman, made under the law, To redeem them that were under the law, that we might receive the adoption of sons.

    One might well question why some 2000 years ago was the fulness of time to send forth the prophesied Saviour when men had been perishing in their sins for hundreds of years previously. Yet God does all things according to His timetable in the fulness of time.

    God sent the Lord Jesus Christ at the perfect time in history. When He completed what He came to do, He said, "it is finished" and then the work was complete. What happened through that work still lives on today.

    Just as God did with the INCARNATE Word, so He has done with His WRITTEN Word. Gods translation work for the English Bible was completed with the King James Bible. It happened in the fulness of time.

    The King James Bible came at the perfect time in history, when English was at the perfect stage of development and when the hearts of the people were prepared to accept it. The Reformation and the Puritan movement were in full swing and the nations were soon to witness the greatest, world wide missionary outreach in history.

    I believe in the sovereignty of God in history. "For the kingdom is the LORD'S; and He is the governor among the nations." Psalm 22:28. God has set His mark upon many things in this world that reveal His Divine hand at work in history. Why do we use the 7 day week instead of the 10 day week? Why are dates either B.C. (Before Christ) or A.D. (Anno Domini - year of our Lord)? (although the secular world is now trying in vain to change this too to BCE and CE.) England just "happens to be" the one nation from which we measure the true Time (Greenwich time, zero hour) and from which we measure true Position, zero longitude.

    Another "happy coincidence" about the King James Bible is that it is the only one ever sanctioned by a ruling king and his name was James, the English equivalent of the Hebrew Jacob. "Where the word of a king is, there is power: and who may say unto him, What doest thou?" Ecclesiastes 8:4.

    In 1611 the English language was spoken by a mere 3% of the world's population, but today English has become the closest thing to a universal language in history. He used the King James Bible to carry His words to the far ends of the earth, where it was translated into hundreds of languages by English and American missionaries for over 300 years. The sun never set on the British empire. It was even taken to space by American astronauts and read from there.

    God knew He would use England, its language and the King James Bible to accomplish all these things long before they happened. It is the only Bible God has providentially used in this way. It is the only Bible believed by thousands upon thousands of believers to be the inspired, infallible and 100% true words of God.

    When the Word incarnate came to this earth, He did not come fully grown. Jesus Christ went through stages of development until He reached maturity as a man.

    Even though Christ was God incarnate and sinless in nature, yet He still had to LEARN and GROW and BE MADE PERFECT in the sense of being made complete and mature.

    "And Jesus increased in wisdom and stature, and in favour with God and man." Luke 2:52

    "Though he were a Son, yet learned he obedience by the things which he suffered; And being made perfect, he became the author of eternal salvation unto all them that obey him; " Hebrews 5:8-9.

    And so too it was with the Scriptures in the English language, which is the closest thing to a universal language in todays modern world and where the pure words of God exist. Psalms 12:6-7 say: The words of the LORD are pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, PURIFIED SEVEN TIMES. Thou shalt keep them, O LORD, thou shalt preserve them for ever.

    I believe these seven progressive purifications of Gods words in the English language are to be found in the following major Biblical works that finally resulted in The Bible of the English speaking people: Wycliffe's hand copied Bible of 1395, Tyndale's New Testament of 1525, the first complete and printed Coverdale's Bible of 1535 , the Great Bible of 1539 , the Geneva Bible of 1560 and the Bishops Bible of 1568 . These were the 6 previous purification stages until the Bible in English was fully perfected in what was originally called simply The Holy Bible and in more modern times has became known as the Authorized Version, the King James Version or the King James Holy Bible.

    These previous English Bible contained all the major disputed verses (35 to 45 entire verses in the New Testament alone) that are omitted by so many of the modern versions that follow very different underlying Greek texts and often reject the inspired Hebrew readings as well. These include such versions as the RV, ASV, RSV, NRSV, NASB, NIV, ESV, NET and Holman Standard.

    Among the verses omitted or called into question by these modern Bible of the Month Club contradictory versions which, by the way, NOBODY believes are the inerrant words of God, not even the people who put them out or use them, are: Matthew 12:47; 17:21; 18:11; 21:24; 23:14; Mark 7:16; 9:44, 46; 11:26; 15:28; 16:9 through 20; Luke 9:55-56; 23:19; John 5:4; 8:1 through 11; Acts 8:37; 15:34; 24:6-8; 28:29, Romans 16:24 and 1 John 5:7.

    The indebtedness of the King James Bible translators to their predecessors is recognized most clearly in the Preface to the reader where they state in no uncertain terms: Truly, good Christian reader, we never thought, from the beginning, that we should need to make a new translation, nor yet to make of a bad one a good one; but TO MAKE A GOOD ONE BETTER, or OUT OF MANY GOOD ONES ONE PRINCIPAL GOOD ONE, NOT JUSTLY TO BE EXCEPTED AGAINSTthat hath been our endeavour, that our mark.

    The King James Translators also wrote: "Nothing is begun and perfected at the same time, and the later thoughts are the thoughts to be the wiser: so if we build upon their foundation that went before us, and being holpen by their labors, do endeavor to make better which they left so good...if they were alive would thank us...the same will shine as gold more brightly, being rubbed and polished."

    Where was the word of God before A.D. 1611? In the same place it was before 1611 B.C.

    In Matthew 4:4, Jesus says, "But he answered and said, It is written, Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God."

    Where was Every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God when Jesus said that? There was no New Testament written. The 66 book canon was far from complete when Jesus spoke these words.

    Every word that they needed to live by was preserved for those living at that time. The Old Testament Scriptures in the Hebrew. But every word of God had NOT YET proceeded from the mouth of God.

    Was the word of God preserved when Jesus said that? Absolutely! The word of God has always been preserved. It has not always been complete. There is a difference between "preservation" and "completion."

    And so it was with the word of God in English before A.D. 1611. It was preserved; it just wasn't complete in English yet. It had to be made perfect just as the Word incarnate had to be made perfect.

    "And being made perfect, he became the author of eternal salvation unto all them that obey him." Hebrews 5:8.

    And in the fullness of time, the English Bible was made perfect in The Holy Bible, also known as the King James Version.

    All of grace, believing The Book,

    http://www.geocities.com/brandplucked/

    Will Kinney

  • #2
    Originally posted by brandplucked View Post
    It is supremely important to have faith in God, both for our salvation and for believing that He has kept and preserved His words throughout every generation as He promised to do. If you cannot believe God has kept His promise to preserve His words, then how can you believe He will keep His promise to preserve your soul?

    Ask any modern version promoter if he believes the originals were given by inspiration of God. He will enthusiastically respond in the affirmative. Yes, they were inspired. Then ask him how he knows this to be true. He has never seen them because they don't exist. He believes it by faith. In the same way we too have faith that God both inspired His original words and that He has preserved them through history and today they are found in the King James Bible.

    God fulfills His purposes in the fulness of time. He is sovereign in history and His timetable is not the same as mans. In Galatians 4:4 we read: But when the FULNESS OF THE TIME WAS COME, God sent forth his Son, made of a woman, made under the law, To redeem them that were under the law, that we might receive the adoption of sons.

    One might well question why some 2000 years ago was the fulness of time to send forth the prophesied Saviour when men had been perishing in their sins for hundreds of years previously. Yet God does all things according to His timetable in the fulness of time.

    God sent the Lord Jesus Christ at the perfect time in history. When He completed what He came to do, He said, "it is finished" and then the work was complete. What happened through that work still lives on today.

    Just as God did with the INCARNATE Word, so He has done with His WRITTEN Word. Gods translation work for the English Bible was completed with the King James Bible. It happened in the fulness of time.

    The King James Bible came at the perfect time in history, when English was at the perfect stage of development and when the hearts of the people were prepared to accept it. The Reformation and the Puritan movement were in full swing and the nations were soon to witness the greatest, world wide missionary outreach in history.

    I believe in the sovereignty of God in history. "For the kingdom is the LORD'S; and He is the governor among the nations." Psalm 22:28. God has set His mark upon many things in this world that reveal His Divine hand at work in history. Why do we use the 7 day week instead of the 10 day week? Why are dates either B.C. (Before Christ) or A.D. (Anno Domini - year of our Lord)? (although the secular world is now trying in vain to change this too to BCE and CE.) England just "happens to be" the one nation from which we measure the true Time (Greenwich time, zero hour) and from which we measure true Position, zero longitude.

    Another "happy coincidence" about the King James Bible is that it is the only one ever sanctioned by a ruling king and his name was James, the English equivalent of the Hebrew Jacob. "Where the word of a king is, there is power: and who may say unto him, What doest thou?" Ecclesiastes 8:4.

    In 1611 the English language was spoken by a mere 3% of the world's population, but today English has become the closest thing to a universal language in history. He used the King James Bible to carry His words to the far ends of the earth, where it was translated into hundreds of languages by English and American missionaries for over 300 years. The sun never set on the British empire. It was even taken to space by American astronauts and read from there.

    God knew He would use England, its language and the King James Bible to accomplish all these things long before they happened. It is the only Bible God has providentially used in this way. It is the only Bible believed by thousands upon thousands of believers to be the inspired, infallible and 100% true words of God.

    When the Word incarnate came to this earth, He did not come fully grown. Jesus Christ went through stages of development until He reached maturity as a man.

    Even though Christ was God incarnate and sinless in nature, yet He still had to LEARN and GROW and BE MADE PERFECT in the sense of being made complete and mature.

    "And Jesus increased in wisdom and stature, and in favour with God and man." Luke 2:52

    "Though he were a Son, yet learned he obedience by the things which he suffered; And being made perfect, he became the author of eternal salvation unto all them that obey him; " Hebrews 5:8-9.

    And so too it was with the Scriptures in the English language, which is the closest thing to a universal language in todays modern world and where the pure words of God exist. Psalms 12:6-7 say: The words of the LORD are pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, PURIFIED SEVEN TIMES. Thou shalt keep them, O LORD, thou shalt preserve them for ever.

    I believe these seven progressive purifications of Gods words in the English language are to be found in the following major Biblical works that finally resulted in The Bible of the English speaking people: Wycliffe's hand copied Bible of 1395, Tyndale's New Testament of 1525, the first complete and printed Coverdale's Bible of 1535 , the Great Bible of 1539 , the Geneva Bible of 1560 and the Bishops Bible of 1568 . These were the 6 previous purification stages until the Bible in English was fully perfected in what was originally called simply The Holy Bible and in more modern times has became known as the Authorized Version, the King James Version or the King James Holy Bible.

    These previous English Bible contained all the major disputed verses (35 to 45 entire verses in the New Testament alone) that are omitted by so many of the modern versions that follow very different underlying Greek texts and often reject the inspired Hebrew readings as well. These include such versions as the RV, ASV, RSV, NRSV, NASB, NIV, ESV, NET and Holman Standard.

    Among the verses omitted or called into question by these modern Bible of the Month Club contradictory versions which, by the way, NOBODY believes are the inerrant words of God, not even the people who put them out or use them, are: Matthew 12:47; 17:21; 18:11; 21:24; 23:14; Mark 7:16; 9:44, 46; 11:26; 15:28; 16:9 through 20; Luke 9:55-56; 23:19; John 5:4; 8:1 through 11; Acts 8:37; 15:34; 24:6-8; 28:29, Romans 16:24 and 1 John 5:7.

    The indebtedness of the King James Bible translators to their predecessors is recognized most clearly in the Preface to the reader where they state in no uncertain terms: Truly, good Christian reader, we never thought, from the beginning, that we should need to make a new translation, nor yet to make of a bad one a good one; but TO MAKE A GOOD ONE BETTER, or OUT OF MANY GOOD ONES ONE PRINCIPAL GOOD ONE, NOT JUSTLY TO BE EXCEPTED AGAINSTthat hath been our endeavour, that our mark.

    The King James Translators also wrote: "Nothing is begun and perfected at the same time, and the later thoughts are the thoughts to be the wiser: so if we build upon their foundation that went before us, and being holpen by their labors, do endeavor to make better which they left so good...if they were alive would thank us...the same will shine as gold more brightly, being rubbed and polished."

    Where was the word of God before A.D. 1611? In the same place it was before 1611 B.C.

    In Matthew 4:4, Jesus says, "But he answered and said, It is written, Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God."

    Where was Every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God when Jesus said that? There was no New Testament written. The 66 book canon was far from complete when Jesus spoke these words.

    Every word that they needed to live by was preserved for those living at that time. The Old Testament Scriptures in the Hebrew. But every word of God had NOT YET proceeded from the mouth of God.

    Was the word of God preserved when Jesus said that? Absolutely! The word of God has always been preserved. It has not always been complete. There is a difference between "preservation" and "completion."

    And so it was with the word of God in English before A.D. 1611. It was preserved; it just wasn't complete in English yet. It had to be made perfect just as the Word incarnate had to be made perfect.

    "And being made perfect, he became the author of eternal salvation unto all them that obey him." Hebrews 5:8.

    And in the fullness of time, the English Bible was made perfect in The Holy Bible, also known as the King James Version.

    All of grace, believing The Book,

    http://www.geocities.com/brandplucked/

    Will Kinney
    Thank you Will Kinney and Ditto.

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    • #3
      Didn't you get tired of this battle on the other forum?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by brandplucked View Post
        It is supremely important to have faith in God, both for our salvation and for believing that He has kept and preserved His words throughout every generation as He promised to do. If you cannot believe God has kept His promise to preserve His words, then how can you believe He will keep His promise to preserve your soul?
        So far so good.
        Originally posted by brandplucked View Post
        Ask any modern version promoter if he believes the originals were given by inspiration of God. He will enthusiastically respond in the affirmative. Yes, they were inspired. Then ask him how he knows this to be true. He has never seen them because they don't exist. He believes it by faith. In the same way we too have faith that God both inspired His original words and that He has preserved them through history and today they are found in the King James Bible.
        The difference is that the Bible’s claim to infallibility was penned over 1500 years before the KJV was issued, so the KJV cannot claim that assertion for itself.
        Originally posted by brandplucked View Post
        God fulfills His purposes in the fulness of time. He is sovereign in history and His timetable is not the same as mans. In Galatians 4:4 we read: “But when the FULNESS OF THE TIME WAS COME, God sent forth his Son, made of a woman, made under the law, To redeem them that were under the law, that we might receive the adoption of sons.”

        One might well question why some 2000 years ago was the “fulness of time” to send forth the prophesied Saviour when men had been perishing in their sins for hundreds of years previously. Yet God does all things according to His timetable in the fulness of time.

        God sent the Lord Jesus Christ at the perfect time in history. When He completed what He came to do, He said, "it is finished" and then the work was complete. What happened through that work still lives on today.
        I can go along with this.
        Originally posted by brandplucked View Post
        Just as God did with the INCARNATE Word, so He has done with His WRITTEN Word.
        Right – the Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek Word.
        Originally posted by brandplucked View Post
        God’s translation work for the English Bible was completed with the King James Bible. It happened in the fulness of time.
        That is an opinion that you are entitled to hold, but it is nothing more – an opinion.
        Originally posted by brandplucked View Post
        The King James Bible came at the perfect time in history, when English was at the perfect stage of development and when the hearts of the people were prepared to accept it.
        I say that English is perfectly developed today.
        Originally posted by brandplucked View Post
        The Reformation and the Puritan movement were in full swing and the nations were soon to witness the greatest, world wide missionary outreach in history.
        Billy Graham and Reinhard Bonche would disagree with you on that, and so would I. Personally, if a Puritan came to my house to get me to visit their church, I’d tell them to get lost.
        Originally posted by brandplucked View Post
        I believe in the sovereignty of God in history. "For the kingdom is the LORD'S; and He is the governor among the nations." Psalm 22:28. God has set His mark upon many things in this world that reveal His Divine hand at work in history. Why do we use the 7 day week instead of the 10 day week? Why are dates either B.C. (Before Christ) or A.D. (Anno Domini - year of our Lord)? (although the secular world is now trying in vain to change this too to BCE and CE.) England just "happens to be" the one nation from which we measure the true Time (Greenwich time, zero hour) and from which we measure true Position, zero longitude.
        You’re right, He is in absolutely control – and that’s why the NIV/TNIV translation came at just the right time, because so many people were finding the KJV Bible virtually unreadable.
        Originally posted by brandplucked View Post
        Another "happy coincidence" about the King James Bible is that it is the only one ever sanctioned by a ruling king and his name was James, the English equivalent of the Hebrew Jacob. "Where the word of a king is, there is power: and who may say unto him, What doest thou?" Ecclesiastes 8:4.
        Considering that the Roman Catholic Church was sanctioned by “King” Caesar Constantine, I’d be hesitant to call a government-sanctioned religion a “good” thing.
        Originally posted by brandplucked View Post
        In 1611 the English language was spoken by a mere 3% of the world's population, but today English has become the closest thing to a universal language in history. He used the King James Bible to carry His words to the far ends of the earth, where it was translated into hundreds of languages by English and American missionaries for over 300 years. The sun never set on the British empire. It was even taken to space by American astronauts and read from there.
        And a fine thing it was, too. How blessed we are today to have a translation in the NIV/TNIV that speaks to the masses just as effectively as the KJV did when it came out.
        Originally posted by brandplucked View Post
        God knew He would use England, its language and the King James Bible to accomplish all these things long before they happened. It is the only Bible God has providentially used in this way.
        Um, He providentially used the NIV in my life.
        Originally posted by brandplucked View Post
        It is the only Bible believed by thousands upon thousands of believers to be the inspired, infallible and 100% true words of God.
        I would be very hesitant to use “majority rules” as the basis for your claim, considering that the same Bible tells us that “marjority rules” will have everybody bowing to the Antichrist and taking his mark at the end.
        Originally posted by brandplucked View Post
        When the Word incarnate came to this earth, He did not come fully grown. Jesus Christ went through stages of development until He reached maturity as a man.

        Even though Christ was God incarnate and sinless in nature, yet He still had to LEARN and GROW and BE MADE PERFECT in the sense of being made complete and mature.

        "And Jesus increased in wisdom and stature, and in favour with God and man." Luke 2:52

        "Though he were a Son, yet learned he obedience by the things which he suffered; And being made perfect, he became the author of eternal salvation unto all them that obey him; " Hebrews 5:8-9.

        And so too it was with the Scriptures in the English language, which is the closest thing to a universal language in today’s modern world and where the pure words of God exist. Psalms 12:6-7 say: “The words of the LORD are pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, PURIFIED SEVEN TIMES. Thou shalt keep them, O LORD, thou shalt preserve them for ever.”
        And today, the English translation’s fullest development is in the NIV/TNIV version.
        Originally posted by brandplucked View Post
        I believe these seven progressive purifications of God’s words in the English language are to be found in the following major Biblical works that finally resulted in The Bible of the English speaking people: Wycliffe's hand copied Bible of 1395, Tyndale's New Testament of 1525, the first complete and printed Coverdale's Bible of 1535 , the Great Bible of 1539 , the Geneva Bible of 1560 and the Bishops’ Bible of 1568 . These were the 6 previous purification stages until the Bible in English was fully perfected in what was originally called simply The Holy Bible and in more modern times has became known as the Authorized Version, the King James Version or the King James Holy Bible.
        You forgot the Matthews Bible of 1537 and the West Saxon Gospels. Oops, that makes nine, well so much for the Psalm 12:6-7 theory.
        Originally posted by brandplucked View Post
        These previous English Bible contained all the major disputed verses (35 to 45 entire verses in the New Testament alone) that are omitted by so many of the modern versions that follow very different underlying Greek texts and often reject the inspired Hebrew readings as well. These include such versions as the RV, ASV, RSV, NRSV, NASB, NIV, ESV, NET and Holman Standard.
        Yes, the modern versions have finally removed the added verses that were not intended by God to be in His Word.
        Originally posted by brandplucked View Post
        Among the verses omitted or called into question by these modern Bible of the Month Club contradictory versions which, by the way, NOBODY believes are the inerrant words of God, not even the people who put them out or use them, are: Matthew 12:47; 17:21; 18:11; 21:24; 23:14; Mark 7:16; 9:44, 46; 11:26; 15:28; 16:9 through 20; Luke 9:55-56; 23:19; John 5:4; 8:1 through 11; Acts 8:37; 15:34; 24:6-8; 28:29, Romans 16:24 and 1 John 5:7.
        At least we got closer to perfection by removing those extra verses.
        Originally posted by brandplucked View Post
        The indebtedness of the King James Bible translators to their predecessors is recognized most clearly in the Preface to the reader where they state in no uncertain terms: “Truly, good Christian reader, we never thought, from the beginning, that we should need to make a new translation, nor yet to make of a bad one a good one; … but TO MAKE A GOOD ONE BETTER, or OUT OF MANY GOOD ONES ONE PRINCIPAL GOOD ONE, NOT JUSTLY TO BE EXCEPTED AGAINST—that hath been our endeavour, that our mark.”

        The King James Translators also wrote: "Nothing is begun and perfected at the same time, and the later thoughts are the thoughts to be the wiser: so if we build upon their foundation that went before us, and being holpen by their labors, do endeavor to make better which they left so good...if they were alive would thank us...the same will shine as gold more brightly, being rubbed and polished."
        And the NIV/TNIV translators asserted similar beliefs and attitudes in their preface as well.
        Originally posted by brandplucked View Post
        Where was the word of God before A.D. 1611? In the same place it was before 1611 B.C.

        In Matthew 4:4, Jesus says, "But he answered and said, It is written, Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God."

        Where was “Every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God” when Jesus said that? There was no New Testament written. The 66 book canon was far from complete when Jesus spoke these words.

        Every word that they needed to live by was preserved for those living at that time. The Old Testament Scriptures in the Hebrew. But every word of God had NOT YET proceeded from the mouth of God.

        Was the word of God preserved when Jesus said that? Absolutely! The word of God has always been preserved. It has not always been complete. There is a difference between "preservation" and "completion."

        And so it was with the word of God in English before A.D. 1611. It was preserved; it just wasn't complete in English yet. It had to be made perfect just as the Word incarnate had to be made perfect.
        So aren’t we fortunate that the NIV/TNIV translation has now finally completed what the KJV merely preserved for us?
        Originally posted by brandplucked View Post
        "And being made perfect, he became the author of eternal salvation unto all them that obey him." Hebrews 5:8.

        And in the fullness of time, the English Bible was made perfect in The Holy Bible, also known as the King James Version.
        As I said, you may believe whatever you wish. I believe the sky is red and the grass if purple. Does that make it true?
        ----------------------------------------------
        When the plain sense of Scripture make sense, seek no other sense.

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        • #5
          One of the best OPs I've ever read on any forum!
          "Blessed and holy is he that hath part in the first resurrection: on such the second death hath no power, but they shall be priests of God and of Christ, and shall reign with him a thousand years." - Revelation 20:6

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          • #6
            Melyektl nmelyek eltvelyedvn, hibaval beszdre hajlottak: Kik trvnytantk akarvn lenni, nem rtik, sem a miket beszlnek, sem a miket erstgetnek.
            You were made to think. It will do you good to think; to develop your powers by study. God designed that religion should require thought, intense thought, and should thoroughly develop our powers of thought.

            Charles G Finney



            http://holyrokker.blogspot.com

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            • #7
              Sannlega, sannlega segi g r: Enginn getur komist inn Gus rki, nema hann fist af vatni og anda. a sem af holdinu fist, er hold, en a sem af andanum fist, er andi. Undrast eigi, a g segi vi ig: Yur ber a fast a nju. Vindurinn bls ar sem hann vill, og heyrir yt hans. Samt veistu ekki, hvaan hann kemur n hvert hann fer. Svo er um ann, sem af andanum er fddur
              You were made to think. It will do you good to think; to develop your powers by study. God designed that religion should require thought, intense thought, and should thoroughly develop our powers of thought.

              Charles G Finney



              http://holyrokker.blogspot.com

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              • #8
                저희 마음의 완악함을 근심하사 노하심으로 저희를 둘러 보시고 그 사람에게 이르시되 네 손을 내밀라 하시니 그가 내밀매 그 손이 회복되었더라

                바리새인들이 나가서 곧 헤롯당과 함께 어떻게 하여 예수를 죽일꼬 의논하니라
                예수께서 제자들과 함께 바다로 물러가시니 갈릴리에서 큰 무리가 좇으며 유대와 예루살렘과 이두매와 요단강 건너편과 또 두로와 시돈 근처에서 허다한 무리가 그의 하신 큰 일을 듣고 나아오는지라
                You were made to think. It will do you good to think; to develop your powers by study. God designed that religion should require thought, intense thought, and should thoroughly develop our powers of thought.

                Charles G Finney



                http://holyrokker.blogspot.com

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                • #9
                  Na ka tirotiro riri ia ki a ratou, he pouri hoki mo te pakeke o o ratou ngakau, ka mea ki taua tangata, Totoro tou ringa. A, ko te toronga o tona ringa, kua ora.

                  Na ka haere atu nga Parihi, ka runanga tahi me nga Heroriana mona, ki te pehea e whakangaromia ai ia.
                  Na ka maunu atu a Ihu ratou ko ana akonga ki te moana; he nui hoki te tangata i aru i a ia i Kariri, i Huria, I Hiruharama, i Irumia, i tawahi hoki o Horano; me te hunga hoki e tata ana ki Taira, ki Hairona, nui atu te huihui; i to ratou rongonga i nga mea i mea ai ia, haere ana ki a ia.
                  You were made to think. It will do you good to think; to develop your powers by study. God designed that religion should require thought, intense thought, and should thoroughly develop our powers of thought.

                  Charles G Finney



                  http://holyrokker.blogspot.com

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                  • #10
                    Тогда Иисус, обведя их гневным взглядом и скорбя о черствости их сердец, сказал калеке: - Протяни руку! - Тот протянул, и его рука стала совершенно здоровой.
                    Выйдя из синагоги, фарисеи немедленно начали совещаться со сторонниками Ирода о том, как им разделаться с Иисусом.
                    You were made to think. It will do you good to think; to develop your powers by study. God designed that religion should require thought, intense thought, and should thoroughly develop our powers of thought.

                    Charles G Finney



                    http://holyrokker.blogspot.com

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                    • #11
                      Ather ai, si i shikoi rreth e qark me zemrim, i hidhruar pr ngurtsin e zemrs s tyre, i tha atij njeriu: ''Shtrije dorn tnde!''. Ai e shtriu, dhe dora e tij u shndosh prsri si tjetra. Dhe farisenjt doln jasht e menjher bnin kshill bashk me herodiant kundr tij, se si ta vrasin.
                      You were made to think. It will do you good to think; to develop your powers by study. God designed that religion should require thought, intense thought, and should thoroughly develop our powers of thought.

                      Charles G Finney



                      http://holyrokker.blogspot.com

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                      • #12
                        Yesu akawatazama kwa hasira, akahuzunishwa na ugumu wa mioyo yao. Akamwambia yule mtu, ``Nyoosha mkono wako.'' Akauny oosha, nao ukapona kabisa! Kisha Mafarisayo wakatoka nje, wakaenda kushauriana na kundi la wafuasi wa Herode mbinu za kum wua Yesu.
                        You were made to think. It will do you good to think; to develop your powers by study. God designed that religion should require thought, intense thought, and should thoroughly develop our powers of thought.

                        Charles G Finney



                        http://holyrokker.blogspot.com

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                        • #13
                          Why am I posting in these various languages? To emphasize the utter absurdity of your doctrine!
                          You were made to think. It will do you good to think; to develop your powers by study. God designed that religion should require thought, intense thought, and should thoroughly develop our powers of thought.

                          Charles G Finney



                          http://holyrokker.blogspot.com

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                          • #14
                            Bấy giờ, Ngi lấy mắt liếc họ, vừa giận vừa buồn v lng họ cứng cỏi, rồi phn cng người nam rằng: hy giơ tay ra. Người giơ ra, th tay được lnh. Cc người Pha-ri-si đi ra, tức th bn luận với phe H-rốt nghịch cng Ngi, đặng giết Ngi đi.
                            You were made to think. It will do you good to think; to develop your powers by study. God designed that religion should require thought, intense thought, and should thoroughly develop our powers of thought.

                            Charles G Finney



                            http://holyrokker.blogspot.com

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                            • #15
                              La gente che spam i messageboards con testo straniero deve essere fuori dal loro attuatore.
                              "Blessed and holy is he that hath part in the first resurrection: on such the second death hath no power, but they shall be priests of God and of Christ, and shall reign with him a thousand years." - Revelation 20:6

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