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Akshata .Rathod February 15, 2016 at 8:19 am

Syllabus college days on of my classmate Ravindra proposed me and I too accepted but now he rejected to marry me but I want to marry with him only please pray that God can change his heart and fill his heart a much of love for me bcz God only able to change a man’s heart so please

william byfleet February 2, 2017 at 11:20 pm

Lets pray for the release of all christians imprisoned in the Sudan. VOM New Zealand is petitioning for the release of christian aid worker Petr Jasek imprisoned in Jan 2017 but we should also pray for the release of all his co workers and all christians in Sudan. If of course it’s gods we will succeed.

Crystal M March 8, 2017 at 10:56 am

Verse on #6 id Ephesians 6:18, not 6:10. 😉

Jack Wellman March 8, 2017 at 11:29 am

Thank you Crystal. We have corrected it. Nice catch.

justicestart August 30, 2018 at 5:57 am

please stop using corrupt scripture. James 5:16 alone proves you should only use the KJV. Do your homework to find out which one is the true Word of God. The Word says He will provide us His perfect and divine Word, they can’t all be divine. There’s only one real Word of God. Figure out which one.

hint: AKJV, NEVER NKJV

Jack Wellman August 30, 2018 at 8:32 am

Hello friend. You must realize that the ESV or NASB and others like it are no corrupt. The KJV has mistranslated servant in the New Testament when it should be “slave” and the hundreds of words in italics in the KJV are not in the original, so you are wrong. The ESV and NASB are more accurate, as are many others, but the KJV is still good, but not as good as the most recent versions which have more updates from newer manuscripts. For example, in the KJV, there are over 8000 alternate English renderings from Greek and Hebrew manuscripts that were identical. That’s not good. The first example (Judges 19:2) below shows a place where the meaning of the Hebrew is obscure. Was it “4 months” or “a year and four months”??? Quite a difference! But the structure of the Hebrew makes it difficult to for any translators to know for sure which it is. So they show the alternate reading, not knowing themselves for sure which is correct! Still think the KJV is the best? No one questions the Greek and Hebrew is inspired. But if the translators were also inspired by the Holy Spirit, in their work of translating the inspired Hebrew into English, they would have been guided by Divine inspiration the correct rendering, hence no need for any alternate readings in the margin. Remember, although we have only shown one example of this first type of marginal reading, there are over 8000 more we have not shown! Not so with the ESV and NASB. Please reconsider your statement as you are totally wrong.





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