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In_Awe05

In_Awe05

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Discover what the translators and past generations knew - exactly how to find the maning of each Bible word, inside the Bible itself. Understand also what translators, such as Erasmus and Coverdale, meant when they spoke of the vernacular Bible's holy letters and symbols. See how these God-set alphabet building blocks build a word's meaning and automatically define words for faithful readers of the King James Bible - which alone brings forward the fountain head of letter meanings discovered by computational linguists from the world's leading universities.
Discover what the translators and past generations knew - exactly how to find the maning of each Bible word, inside the Bible itself. Understand also what translators, such as Erasmus and Coverdale, meant when they spoke of the vernacular Bible's holy letters and symbols. See how these God-set alphabet building blocks build a word's meaning and automatically define words for faithful readers of the King James Bible - which alone brings forward the fountain head of letter meanings discovered by computational linguists from the world's leading universities.

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Published by: revolutionrising on Jan 31, 2009
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“and his name is called the Word of God” (Rev. 19:13).The true word of God will be like him. He is “holy” (Acts4:27); so are the “holy scriptures” (Rom. 1:2, 2 Tim. 3:15).Jesus was likened to a “King” who gave us a “better testament.” The King James Bible
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a “better testament.”Its longevity is a portrait of the “unchangeable” and “endless life” of Jesus Christ. Jesus is also called 
undefiled, separate from sinners
 (Heb. 7). His “holyscriptures” must likewise be “separate from sinners.” Their “pure words” will not be polluted by worldly use. They willremain “separate.”
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The vocabulary of the King James Bible was not common,even in the 1500s. In the 1800s Archbishop Trench said,“It is good that the phraseology of Scriptureshould not be exactly that of our commonlife;...just as there is a sense of fitness whichdictates that the architecture of a churchshould be different from that of a house”
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Tyndale’s Triumph,
Milford, Ohio: John the BaptistPrinting Ministry, 1989, p. iv).
The style of a building identifies what’s inside.
 
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These words are “pure” and “undefiled” by the world.Words like ‘communion’ (not ‘pretzels’), ‘vessels’ (not ‘stuff’), ‘ladies’ (not ‘girlie’), ‘choir ’ (not ‘band’), and  nought’ (not ‘free of charge’) are definitely “pure words.”Style communicates
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architectural style, dress style, and writing style. ‘Inside’ information is communicated by thestyle of the ladies’ “modest apparel” (1 Tim. 2:9) or thestyle of the girls’ “attire of an harlot” (Prov. 7:10).Words, like clothing and architecture, suggest things.Connotation is the expression on the face of a word. AnyEnglish sentence can be rendered in a variety of tones.
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 The KJV is not the language of earth. It has no unnecessarysteeples, but is “garnished with all manner of precious,”“pure,” “wholesome,” and “undefiled” words
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clearlyhaving come “down from God out of heaven” “polished after the similitude of a palace” (Ps. 144:12). The world shies away from its “wholesome words” and “purelanguage” qualities (Zeph. 3:9).“If any man teach otherwise, and consentnot towholesome words, even the words of the Lord Jesus Christ, and to the doctrine

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