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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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We’re not Jesus Christ’s Servants, but His Slaves

Have you seen the little cartoon going around the internet where the two characters are sitting across a table from one other and the dialogue goes like this: “So what do you do?” “I’m a cashier.” “Oh, I didn’t mean what do you do for money … I mean, what ...

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God’s Kindness Leads You To Repentance

God's kindness, compassion and goodness of God, repentance

If you asked ten Christians for the definition of repentance, you’d probably get a dozen different answers. The Greek word for repent is metanoeo, which means, “to change one’s mind.” Sometimes repentance is as dramatic as falling on your face, weeping and confessing. Much of the time, however, repentance is subtle, involving a ...

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