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John Clark

John Clark
John Livingston Clark is 67 years of age and lives in central Washington State. He has written two published books, and two published poems. His initial book is called, " God's Healing Hope: Breaking the Strongholds of Wrong Thinking." His second book, released in December of 2016, is a motivational book written to seniors titled, " Seniors: Are You Retiring or Recharging?" Both books are available on amazon. You can also view his writings on www.faithwriters.com. John is available to speak on a variety of topics. Visit me at jclarkministries.com

The Origin Of The King James Version

Many Christians consider the King James Version to be the only translation worth reading. They shun all others. On my previous post “Bible Translations or Proper Interpretation?” I even received a comment from a reader who was adamant that the KJV is the original Bible. Since there is so much ...

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Bible Versions Or Proper Interpretation?

I recently interacted with a person online who uses only the King James Version and said that all other versions are satanic. Not only did this person make a very extreme and blatantly false statement, but he failed to realize that translation is not the only determining factor for accurately ...

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The Person and Purpose of the Holy Spirit

The teaching of the Holy Spirit is a crucial element in Christian doctrine, but one that is too often taken for granted. Christians basically teach that the Holy Spirit is the third person of the Trinity: God the Father, Jesus the Son of God in human flesh, and the Holy ...

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A Case For A Literal Rapture

One minute you are on Planet Earth; the next moment you aren’t. This is a common belief of many Christians when they think of the rapture of the Church. However, not all people believe in a literal rapture. While it is true that the word “rapture” does not appear anywhere ...

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Oh Jerusalem, The City of the Jews

Jerusalem is mentioned throughout biblical history, often being referred to as the “city of God,” or the “Holy City.” Jesus entered this city victoriously while people waved palm branches. Christians celebrate this event on what is called “Palm Sunday.” For thousands of years Jerusalem has been associated with the Jewish ...

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