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In_Awe22

In_Awe22

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Published by revolutionrising
"Discover what the translators and past generations knew - exactly how to find the meaning 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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"Discover what the translators and past generations knew - exactly how to find the meaning 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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“When ye received the word of God whichye heard of us, ye received it
not as theword of men
,
but
as it is in truth,
the wordof God
...” 1 Thes. 2:13According to this verse in Thessalonians, the English Bibleis the word 
of God
, not the words
of men
, such as theapostle Paul, Wycliffe, Tyndale, or the KJV translators.Wycliffe himself cited this verse and said, “This is thereason why our prophets say:
Thus says the Lord
(JohnWyclif,
On the Truth of Holy Scripture
(1378), translated from theLatin by Ian Christopher Levy, Kalamazoo, MI: Western MichiganUniversity, Medieval Institute Publications, 2001, p. 160; to verify histranslation examine
 several 
Latin editions, such as Rudolf Buddensieg,
 De veritate sacrae scripturae
, 1905).
“The
words of the LORD
...in a furnace of 
earth
,
purified
seven times” Ps. 12:6The Lord used ‘earthly’ hands and pens to preserve
his
  purified and polished words. Though written with men’s pens, they remain God’s words. One such translator,Richard Rolle (d. c. 1349) wrote,“Here may we see that noneshould be so hardy to translate or expound Holy Writ but if hefeeled the
Holy Ghost
in him,that is
maker of Holy Writ
, for soon shallhe err that is nought led with him”
(as cited inG.W.H. Lampe,
The Cambridge History of the Bible
,vol. 2, Cambridge: University Press, 1969, p. 386).
 Those who handled the English scriptures believed them to be inspired by the Holy Ghost.
 
 
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“All
scripture
is
given
by inspiration of God...” 2 Tim. 3:16John Wycliffe (variously spelled Wyclif etc., c. 1325-1384) believed the English Bible was “scripture,” and thereforefrom the Holy Ghost’s “inspiration.” God entrusted hisword to Wycliffe’s care. He did not entrust the word of God to the care of those who do not esteem it so highly.Wycliffe affirmed that the Bible comes, “from the mouth of God”
(W. Kenneth Connolly,
The Indestructible Book 
, Grand Rapids,MI: Baker Books, 1996, p. 74).
Bible critics like
 Revised Version
committee member, John Eadie admit, “Wycliffe’s
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(John Wycliffe,
Speculum Secularium Dominorum
,
Opera Minora
, London:Wycliffe Society, John Loserth, editor,1913, p. 74, as cited in Bill Bradley,
 Purified Seven Times,
Claysburg, PA:Revival Fires Publishing, 1998, p. 11).

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