There is only one God. He is the God of heaven. He is the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. We know about Him through the pages of the Word which He has written for the benefit of His people.
Holy men wrote as they were moved by the Holy Spirit. The one thing which all God’s people must remember is that Jesus Christ is Lord of all. ”John 3:35 The Father loveth the Son, and hath given all things into his hand.” And also, Jesus Christ, after suffering and dying on the cross, did at His resurrection, receive of His Father all the power of the whole universe. He came to the eleven disciples (One disciple, Judas Iscariot, had hanged himself) after His resurrection, and said this: Matthew 28:18 “And Jesus came and spake unto them, saying, All power is given unto me in heaven and in earth” All power in heaven and earth is a great deal of power.
Some Bible scholars believe that Jesus is in heaven, in exile, sitting on His Father’s throne, waiting for the Jews to repent, so that He can come back to earth, and take charge of His Kingdom. But after a careful reading of the Bible, the KJV, that belief is found to be in error. Christ has been sitting on His own throne, ruling in His Kingdom for 2000 years. He is ruling even today. We shall see that later. So Jesus Christ has power over the whole universe. He is King of Saints. Many today seem to forget that. Revelation 15:3 “And they sing the song of Moses the servant of God, and the song of the Lamb, saying, Great and marvelous are thy works, Lord God Almighty; just and true are thy ways, thou King of saints.” And it must be remembered, Jesus is not the “King of nations.” That is one of the many little perversions inserted into the Word of God by modern Bible revisers, who may have thought they were improving the English, or the grammar, of the old KJV. But their thinking is off-track. In the world to come there may not be “nations” as we commonly understand the term, but there will be saints forever. Revelation 11:15 “And the seventh angel sounded; and there were great voices in heaven, saying, The kingdoms of this world are become the kingdoms of our Lord, and of his Christ; and he shall reign forever and ever.” Modern translations offer something like this: The NASB “The kingdom of the world has become the kingdom of our Lord, and of His Christ, and He will reign forever and ever.” The NASB has changed “kingdoms” (plural) to “kingdom” (singular). There are many kingdoms of this world; which kingdom are modernist scholars suggesting? what is to happen to all the other kingdoms? As we can see, modern “corrections” to the KJV are no corrections at all; they merely chip away, bit by bit, at the sovereignty of God and His Christ.
We know all things about God and His only begotten Son, the Lord Jesus Christ, through the written Word We call it the Holy Bible. The Bible, the Old Testament and the New Testament, are comprised of 66 books in all. The last book, Revelation, of the New Testament, was completed some 2000 years ago, just before the devastating war between Rome and Israel began, which ended about AD70.
The original books were written in Hebrew, Greek, and Aramaic. Over the years, these were copied, and then copies were made of copies. Eventually, they were translated into English and other languages. King James 1 of England ordered a translation of the whole Bible made which is known as the King James Bible, or KJV, for short. It was completed in the year 1611. Although it was preceded by other translations, the KJV became the Bible of choice by men of God for several hundred years. Innumerable people have been won to Christ by preachers and teachers who used this Bible faithfully. That drives Satan to hate the KJV almost as much as he hates the Lord Jesus Christ, and he has been planting his followers and dupes in the world who’s mission, it appears, is to criticize everything about the King James Bible. This group is not limited to Liberals and Modernists. Since around the turn of the twentieth century and before, theologians, teachers, and preachers of all stripe, even good ole’ Fundamentalists, have been bringing to our attention “unfortunate mistranslations” in the KJV. Quite notable of these deceived Bible scholars was C.I. Scofield, who created the Reference Bible, ostensibly based on the King James Bible, but the margins are chock full of “errors” and “corrections.” Most of these, I am sure, he copied from available Liberal/Modernist literature…
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