Sunday, 1 January 2012


Why do ye all defile the integrity of “The Holy Bible” by referring to any or all translations of The Truth or The Word of God as a “Version” (which immediately casts doubt on its’ integrity and authenticity) and when (for the sake of brevity) it is abbreviated to “V”.  Is not this “V” the only mark a serpent or viper can make?  For ensample: King James Version or KJV, New International Version or NIV and the list goes on and on… We cannot edify (meaning build-up, hold aloft or set on high) The Word of God by labelling it as a “Version”, for in doing so it defiles (meaning casts doubt on its’ authenticity and undermines the integrity of) The Word of God.

It may be a revolutionary idea, but, what if we use words and abbreviations that exalt The Word of God. For ensample: King James translation or KJt, New International translation or NIt and so on and so forth… I deliberately use a lower case “century gothic” style “t” as it resembles the Cross of Christ and is also the first letter in “Truth”. Furthermore, I think it more befitting that The Holy Bible (whatever translation) bears the Mark of the tongue that delivered The Word of God unto man (The Sharp Sword With Two Edges) or “t” and that, it is unbefitting for The Holy Bible (whatever translation) to be defiled with the mark of the deceiver that speaketh with forked tongue and the mark thereof symbolised with its’ shape which is “V”.

Incidentally, in early Roman times the mark/symbol “V” was actually a number and also, those whose charger (banner or flag) is an inverted and broken Cross of Christ (symbolizing antichrist), openly and proudly bear the mark of the beast using their hands to make a “V” and supposedly represents “PEACE”.  They outwardly seem as harmless as sheep, however inwardly in their minds and hearts, bear malice against God, Christ and any form of religion generally.

We may be reading from different "translations" of "The Word of God", however the original message(s) is forever the same. "For God is not the author of confusion, but of peace, as in all churches of the saints." 1 Corinthians 14:33 KJt.  However, although satan cannot change "The Word of God", it is not surprising that he would use a subtle way of trying to discredit "The Word of God" by casting doubt on its' integrity in convincing the very elect (believers) to refer to it as a "Version".

May God Bless you in the name of Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour.
© by Christopher John Petersen.

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