The Infallible Word

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THE INFALLIBLE WORD OF GOD.

There is, so far, no error in the  King James Bible. This is by test, not by’faith’     A Concordance, available from Christian bookshops, is helpful to prove this. The Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance, from the US about 1900,   has a numbering system that has become the centre of all  ancient  Hebrew and greek scholarship, so that  one does not  need to comprehend  Hebrew, but one can quote  the  word’s number in the Strong’s dictionaries  only    to discuss the  Hebrew word.  And so for thee Ancient Greeek also.  The  Young’s Analytical Concordance ,  from the UK 1877, classifies words according to the greek or Hebrew. and is excellent.

When usuing these concordances, several apparently contradictory texts or contradictions,  unravel.

So far I,  and others,   have found no error in the KJV. Most of the examples were taught me by the group I was  in,    some  were shown me by the Holy Spirit. Praise  Jehovah, more correctly, YHWH.

 

 

28.4.’16.

errors  could be   * concerning numbers,e.g. 7 or 8.

*theological

*expressions in Hebrew .

* and due to CARELESS  reading.

—  most are due to careless reading.

For example, Solomon had 40,000 stalls of horses for his chariots

and ,Solomon had 4,000  stalls for chariots and horses.

Please note here that the first   speaks of  stalls of  horses,

while the second speaks of   stalls for chariots.

they both show solomon’s wealth and blessing from YHWH,   but  are two

differeren t    aspects of his wealth ( from God).   and these two statements

are both true and do not contain a ‘contradiction’.  The Praise to whoever

ultimately wrote and translated the bible (KJV)   in which  is no error,

(so far).

 

 

22.5.’16.

2Samuel 8:4  and 1 Chronicles 18:4.nd David took from him a thousand  chariots

seven hundred  horsemen and twenty thousand footmen.

The second goes, And David took from him a thousand  .., seven thousand horsemen and twenty thousand footmen.

Usuing a Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance available from  Christian bookshops,  the word for seven, means ,    full, as the sacred full one,  a week etc.,  Number 7651  in the Hebrew dictionary (at back),  and is derived from Number 7650 which means to be complete, to swear, etc.    The word for thousand , Number 505 and  504,  also means  yoking,  taming, etc. Therefore seven  thousand  could also mean  full yoking.  David ,therefore fully tamed, Hadadrezer’s   700 horsemen.  Or, he  ” seven thousand-ed”   hadadrezer’s  700  horsemen  and this is nothing but Hebrew expression and not an ‘error’ . The praise to the author of the KING JAMES BIBLE. the preserver of it and the  spread of it!   and it is no effort to Him to make a book without error.

 

 

30.6.2016.

There is a  good list of ‘bible errors’  on

freethought debater.com.  I’ve left several   answers  there for moderation.

but two have been allowed through (to the site).   All  the examples  there are  not

‘errors and contradictions’  as claimed.  ‘ It would  be

a good exercise for any visitor here, to do some exercises there.  I

                   await  if  they will moderate the comments I’ve left (for weeks).

By the Grace of God, JEHOVAH,   Yahuwah , YHWH in Hebrew writing,  there is  so far

NO  error in the KING JAMES.   Praise to Him!        or, if any is found please  leave it

here .. I will attempt   to answer, by His Grace only.  God Bless!

 

 

11.7.2016 .

the hare. Leviticus 11.

According to the dictionary, chew the cud means to    ascend while

rechewing.  In the case of e.g. cows,  they would bring up food from one

stomach ,   rechew it  and  then swallow it  into another stomach.     The

hare re-chews    (  pellets  of)  it’s  stools.. According to Colliers Encyclopedia,  the

hare   “usually   moves  uphill”  while  rechewing its stool  pellets!  That

is, the  hare     usually ascends while re-chewing  or” chews the cud”.

 

 

the hare does not divide the hoof. Leviticus 11.

The correct context  of this  revelation is given in Deuteronomy

14,  where  it says,  the hare does not divide the hoof    in two.    (See

Isaiah 28:9,10.  for the rule of biblical interpretation).