Real 1611 King James VS 1769 KJV


Transcript: I’m going to cover a very important topic today. It’s something that I think is needed as a resource in the Christian community, and that is looking at the authorized version of 1611 and comparing it to the modern KJV text or in other words, the 1769 text. I guess I asked the question, were errors removed, as some believe, or were they introduced? So I’m excited to do this presentation and I really pray and trust that people will find this beneficial. Please look at the screen or turning your Bibles 1 Samuel 17: 39

And Dauid girded his sword vpon his armour, and he assayed to goe, for he had not proued it: and Dauid said vnto Saul, I cannot goe with these: for I haue not proued them. And Dauid put them off him.

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For those that are familiar with this particular passage, it’s key because had David taken unproven armour into battle against Goliath of Gath, he could have very well met a devastating end. But he trusted in the Lord and all he took was a sling and some stones. And we know the rest is history. The word essay, in God’s word, it’s used as a verb to mean to attempt something. However, in a secular sense, assay also means to test for content, which is very similar to proving something. If you are going to test and do an assay on molten metal, what you’re doing is you’re trying the metal or you’re proving the metal, you’re performing an assay. We know God’s word is tried in a furnace of earth. It’s purified seven times. The words of the Lord are pure as silver.

So God has a metallurgical theme to describe his words. And it’s important that we understand that. We have to prove and make sure that the Bible that was completed over the course of about seven years with six companies under the authorization of King James in 1611, we have to prove and make sure that the Bible has not been tampered with. In other words, the words have not been changed or we have a problem. And that’s what this is about. I’m going to read Ephesians, chapter six, verses eleven through 17.

Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the deuill. 12 For wee wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darknes of this world, against spirituall wickednes in high places. 13 Wherfore take vnto you the whole armour of God, that yee may be able to withstand in the euill day, and hauing done all, to stand. 14 Stand therefore, hauing your loynes girt about with trueth, and hauing on the breast-plate of righteousnesse: 15 And your feete shod with the preparation of the Gospel of peace.16 Aboue all, taking the shielde of Faith, wherewith yee shall bee able to quench all the fierie dartes of the wicked. 17 And take the helmet of saluation, and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God:

This is very applicable and we need to associate it with David. And he would not take armor into battle because it wasn’t proven. The lesson about David applies spiritually today in that. Do any of us prove our armor before we take it into battle? Because if we don’t, we’re not going to be able to stand against the wiles of the Devil. The Devil has capabilities, intelligence and powers way beyond humans, and we can’t match wits with him. We need the whole armour of God. So I’m going to ask the question would David use a variety of different Bibles. If David were alive today, would he use a variety of different Bibles which all say different things? If he were here today, would he accept changes to the Word of God without proving them? Would he place his trust in the scholars? Or would he trust God? This is a rhetorical set of questions if you are a Christian and know the truth of the Scripture. So the purpose of this sermon is to remind people that all things must be proven and to recognize Biblical deception and the spirit of slumber that accompanies it. I’ve got Matthew chapter 25. Everyone was in a slumber in that chapter, and if you don’t feed on the pure Word of God, your table where you feed in terms of reading your Bible, will be made a snare. It says that in Romans chapter eleven, verse eight. Please feel free to read those sections for yourself. Says in 1 Thessalonians 5:

Proue all things: hold fast that which is good.

I spent a couple of years comparing the 1611 text to the 1769 text and went to the British Library to privately examine the Bible. King James authorized. I put up all my own money, I’m not here to law it myself, but I got in before the public got in, and I examined the original 1611, not the counterfeit 1611, which was published to some other location, but the real 1611. And the Lord taught me a tremendous amount about proving armour. The King James Bible of 1611 has been changed and revised many times, notably Benjamin Blayney and Alexandria Manuscript, Pope manuscripts, believing person with no knowledge of Hebrew.

Blayney had a Master’s degree when he completed the revisions to the text of the AV 1611, and he did this in 1769. Again, when someone believes the Pope has the best version of the Word of God and they’re puffed up by scholarship. And I think Blayney just got his Master’s degree as he was finishing the translation. He had no qualifications, there was no evidence that he worked on a committee, although it’s very likely that he had others assisting him. But for him to come in and not have the skill set is a big risk to the body of professing believers that rely on a pure testimony. Several pronoun changes to the 1611 texts leading up to the present time are publicly recognized as being incorrect.

Most recently, Gordon Campbell. Back in 2011, he put a book out that describes this. But it was also obvious to other people, as I’ve mentioned in other sermons. So it’s public knowledge that there were some pronoun problems with the Blayney text that people have today in their so called KJV Bibles. Also, the Apocryphal books were removed from between the Testaments around the time of the Oxford movement of the 1830s. This helps to conceal the Church of Rome as Babylon. Has it worked? Is there anybody out there in the land of KJV that really, truly, and I mean really believes that the Vatican is the Church of Satan known as Babylon? I think there’s few that believe that. A lot of them say it, but they don’t understand Catholicism. I think you really have to be raised in a Catholic upbringing to really understand the Church of Rome. And even at that, there are a lot of concealed doctrines today that weren’t concealed so much back before Vatican Two.

I ask a question. Is behemoth a hippo as the Vatican teaches or has taught historically, or is it Lucifer? That’s between you and the Lord. I certainly am asking that question because I know what the Holy Ghost taught me. Moving on to the Authorized Version of 1611, comparing it to the 1769 text. I’m going to start with the Serpent’s Lie. This is where man’s problem began. We engaged in a conversation with a being that is so far beyond our intellect, it created a devastating problem that has affected all of us. It says in God’s word in the 1611, in Genesis three, verse five

For God doeth know, that in the day ye eate thereof, then your eyes shalbee opened: and yee shall bee as Gods, knowing good and euill.

That’s what the serpent said, according to God in 1769. The text reads, for God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil. Phonetically the same. But the capital G was reduced to a lowercase G, which matches the Jesuit Reams Bible of 1610. Doesn’t seem like a big deal to most people. But is it to God? God is the most High. Gods plural are deities other than the Most High imagined by a creation. So I think that’s self-explanatory. I’m not going to get off on a tangent there and then God’s lowercase G would be creations, man, angels, idols. I put a couple of Scriptural references there, and that’s important to understand because Satan exalted Adam and Eve as God’s deities, not as God or God’s creations or the Most High. He didn’t say you’ll be like God knowing good and evil, because that would have been telling the truth. He didn’t say you’ll be as God’s lowercase G because that would have been a true statement. I’m going to explain on the next slide here.

 First of all, you can see the Jesuit Reams Bible of 1610 uses a lowercase G. The Blayney revision also uses a lowercase G. But the word of God has a built in system of truth. You have to prove your armour in Genesis three. In verse 22, it says and the Lord God said, behold, the man has become as one of us to know good and evil and now lest he put forth his hand and take also of the tree of life and eat and live forever. What God said is that man became as one of us god singular. God is three, yet one Israel to no good and evil, and man would be lowercase G. Because Jesus tells us that in the New Testament. So had Satan said either gods or God in Genesis 3:5, he would have been speaking the truth. But the devil cannot speak the truth, as it says in John, chapter eight, verse 44. So there’s only one correct reading, and that is uppercase G, capital G, plural.

That’s the only thing that makes sense. And if you recognize that, then you’ll be able to proceed proving the rest of your armor. It says in John chapter eight, ye are your father the devil, and the lust of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speakth of his own, for he is a liar and the father of it self explanatory. Another change in 1611 Bible, the word of God. It says in the Song of Solomon, chapter two, verse seven,

I charge you, O ye daughters of Ierusalem, by the Roes, and by the hindes of the field, that ye stirre not vp, nor awake my loue, till she please.

In the 1769, the text read in Song of Solomon, chapter two, I charge you, oh ye daughters of Jerusalem, by the rose and by the hinds of the field, that you stir not up nor awake my love till he please. Well, she and he are two different pronouns. There was never ever a reference to he in any of the Reformation Bibles or even the Latin Bibles of Rome. So where did it come from? The 1611 is correct, of course, because Solomon is holding a drunk woman in his arms and addresses her as my love. These are very basic things that every Christian needs to know when you’re reading the word of God. First, pray and ask for guidance from the Holy Spirit, trusting in him. But this is a real simple thing here. There is a drunk woman in the arms of Solomon. He’s always calling her my love. And to change the pronoun to he please makes no sense.

Solomon is not holding a drunk man in his arms. He’s holding a drunk woman. This change would be incorporated into the Vatican influenced American Standard Version of 1901 and the English Revised version of 1885, which Westcot/Hort finished while flagging of wine were transformed into raisins. So no longer they needed in order to pull this one off, in my opinion, they needed to totally destroy the song. And the pronoun apparently is unimportant because if you look at modern Bibles, they’ve now created greater abominations. It says instead of he, it says it because the scholars don’t know any pronouns in Hebrew.

So they just make up stuff and people fall for this. But back to the 1769 text. You got a guy that doesn’t know Hebrew, thinks the Pope has the best version of the word of God. In other words, the visible antichrist of the church of Satan has the best version of the word of God. I don’t know any Hebrew and the Christian church is going to let this guy touch the text. Where is the uproar? We’ve been lulled into a false sense of security today, so I’m going to get to some other points here, but I wanted to throw that out in 1611, Job 39, verse 30,

Her yong ones also suck vp blood: and where the slaine are, there is he.

A basic teaching. Because the entire chapter is about the horse leech that we learned about in Proverbs chapter 30, somewhere around verse 15, if I remember correctly. But in 1769 it reads, her young ones also suck up blood, and where the slain are, there is she. Okay, the lesson here is that the lost people of the world horse leach suck the blood of the carcass of the Babylonian Christ. They feed on papal doctrine and die in their sins. They’re confessing a false Christ. See Job chapter 20, verse 16 where it’s explained that the viper’s tongue slays the people that suck papal doctrine. The viper is not a woman. The viper is described as a male, a man. Okay? And there’s other references there Matthew 24 and Ezekiel 23. You can read those. But people die in their iniquity because of yea hath God said from the serpent back to Genesis chapter three. That’s how they die, that’s how they’re slatyne. They feed on poisoned blood, so to speak. Jesus Christ says, unless you eat my flesh and drink my blood, you have no life in you. And the devil wants to be like the Most High.

So he creates a counterfeit Christ and gets the children of the world beguiled into sucking the blood of Antichrist. That’s the lesson in this chapter. In Ruth chapter 315 also he said, bring the veil that thou hast upon thee and hold it. And when she held it, he measured six measures of barley and laid it on her, and he went into the city. Okay, it’s very clear there. He went into the city. In 1769, it says she went into the city. Again, a pronoun change. It makes contextual sense to the scholar. The change was done for no reason other than to align a contextual understanding to the scribe. Scholar Blayney knew no Hebrew, so he may have picked that or followed previous Bibles, whatever, but the correct pronoun is he. There’s a powerful spiritual lesson in a different book of the Bible where a counterfeit Ruth will later seek a counterfeit Boas in the city.

It’s vital that we know that Boaz went to the city. The original Geneva Bible also has Boaz going to the city, and even many modern versions still acknowledge the correct pronoun. So where did this she went into the city come from? It was changed and usurped the authority of a six company committee that took seven years to do the translation, and it’s pitched as well. It must have been an error. People that are critiquing it, they have, in my opinion, no understanding of what’s going on in God’s word. You can’t, because when the Holy Ghost comes into you, you get humility, meekness and wisdom, and you have a hunger and thirst for righteousness, the truth of God’s word. Another change that I want to point out is in Isaiah chapter 14. It says in the 1611 Bible, how art thou fallen from heaven, or Lucifer, son of the morning? Question mark how art thou cut down to the ground, which did weaken the nations? Question mark.

This was later changed to have exclamation points instead of question marks inserted. However, there were always question marks in the received text Reformation Bibles. And even the Jesuit reams Bible of Rome had question marks in it. The 1611 is correct, of course, because the rhetorical questions are answered in the following verses. God explains how Lucifer fell. He wanted to be like the most High. He was above the clouds, so he’s beyond above the prophets of God. He doesn’t want to be subject to God’s word. You can read Isaiah chapter 14 and get the exact lesson that God gives us there, but it’s the questions being asked rhetorically, and God gives us the answers.

So these exclamation points. Now you find almost all modern Bibles have exclamations instead of questions. Well, you may not think that’s a big deal, but look at the discernment today of people. Is there anyone that really believes we have an inherent English Bible, the word of God, that’s pure? I find very few people that actually believe that. And if you don’t believe God’s word is in errant and preserved in English, what discernment do you think you’re going to have? Punctuation 1611 is superior. In first Corinthians. There is a comma between parish and foolishness. When I first got saved, I had a 1769 Bible. There was no comma there and it made no sense.

So I prayed and asked God, show me what’s going on? And he led me to the 1611 text, and now it made a lot more sense to me. The comma needs to be there to complete the lesson. Jeremiah, you can see, the commas were there in 1611, but they were removed. Job chapter 24 critical chapter to teaching why people in Matthew seven that many will say, Lord, Lord. People that thought they were saved never received the Holy Spirit, and God has an entire chapter, job chapter 24 that explains why, because they move the landmarks, they tampered with the word of God. And look if you still have oil in your lamp like the 1769 text does, because it says Jesus Christ is coming the flesh in one John chapter four, you’re saved. What I’m saying is, do you have a spirit of slumber?

God will lead people to the truth of his words so that you have eyes that can see spiritually. And so these punctuation marks are critical to explaining what God is trying to convey to us, or is conveying to people with the Holy Spirit in them. When you remove the comma in Job chapter 24, it destroys the entire chapter because it’s verse one, and then it leaves it up to the reader’s interpretation, which always ends in confusion for people. In first Thessalonians chapter four, we’ve got commas there. You can look at verses 15 and 17. This is one where when the commas were removed, it created an opportunity for the Vatican to take the word rapture from the Jesuit reams Bible and incorporate it into a doctrine for the so called Protestant people. And rapture is a Catholic word, and it relates to a physical escape before tribulation, which does not happen in the 1611 text. That’s a different sermon here is discernment.

This is typical. I’m not saying everybody using the 1769 text believes this, but this is typical based on my interaction with hundreds and hundreds of Christians that are true, sincere Bible believers, but may not have come to the 1611 text yet for 1611 believers. I think everyone I know that believes the 1611 text understands that Behemoth is the King of Babylon, Lucifer. A lot of people that I think just about everybody that uses the 1769 text tells me it’s a hippopotamus or a dinosaur or something like that. Leviathan is the Antichrist in 1611, again, you get a crocodile or dinosaur theme, because this matches Rome’s teachings, okay? And it’s what they teach to people when they go to seminaries, because all seminaries have been infiltrated, in my opinion.

And this is the type of wisdom that you get when you have just a little leaven, which leaveneth the whole lump. Lily of the valley is the Queen of Babylon, the lost people of the world that are drunk on Babylonian Papal doctrine. But a lot of people are led to believe it’s Jesus Christ because they read the headings in their Bible and they really don’t know what’s going on in the song. The song is about the building of the abomination of desolation. It’s about the delivery of final ecumenical Bible to the drunk, lost people of the world, which they will confess as the Word of God, but many people to say it’s love poetry, and the words are so beautiful. You got to have the right song if you’re even going to get in the game and understand things.

And the Song of Solomon has been changed, as I mentioned earlier, to make absolutely no sense in chapter two. So once you get in the correct Bible, then you can pray and ask the Holy Spirit to reveal spiritual things to you. Scofield Bible, Strong’s lexicons. These are tools of Rome. Both men thought that the Pope, the visible Antichrist of the Church of Satan, had the best version of the Word of God. Both of them did. A lot of the 1769 believers think that they are excellent resources to understand the Bible. The Lexicons simply define words. They line up with the Roman text. And the Scofield Bible is filled with a lot of commentary that I recognize immediately is coming from the Church of Rome, the Catholic Church. Schofield himself had associations with Catholicism.

That’s a different subject altogether. But he again confessed that he believed the Vatican manuscript and or the cinematic manuscripts were superior to the received text. And it says that right in his old Scofield Bible around 1910 to 1912. In that period of time, Wormwood is a final ecumenical Bible brought forth by an assembly of nations under the direction of the final Antichrist. But a lot of 1769 believers recognize it as a meteor. They’re not sure what it is. I’m not putting anyone down. This is just my own personal experience of the types of discernment that I have heard from people that seem to be nice and sincere. I have some additional resources available at the Church website, which I list there. If you go to the Adult Bible Education section and click on the 1611 Holy Bible JD testimony file near the top of the page, you’ll get much more information on the 1769 text compared to the 1611 text.

If you go to the Apocrypha PDF about halfway down the same page, you’ll get maybe 70 pages or so of detailed explanations why the Apocrypha needs to be between the Testaments and what some of the teachings of the Apocrypha are. And they were put there because it’s always a reminder of who the Church of Babylon is and what they teach. For example, they teach that you can pay money to get sins forgiven. That’s one of the things it says in the apocrypha. And if you know that the Catholic Church believes that’s the canon of Scripture, and that’s what God says, that you can pay money to get sins forgiven, you can set up a Satanic cult and have tremendous amounts of money and net worth in your church and keep people in a delusion of buying MasterCard’s or paying money for the forgiveness of sins.

It’s absolutely insane. But once you have knowledge of the Word of God, it’s all foolish. When you get saved. Jesus is the light of the world. He will open your eyes up to this stuff. So in conclusion, Jesus Christ warns of an extremely high level of biblical deception and corruption. Saved people have oil in their lamps. As I mentioned earlier, the 1769 text definitely has oil in it says Jesus Christ is coming the flesh. A lot of people getting saved, but you wonder, are they getting a spirit of slumber, as God teaches in a couple of places in Scripture, such as Romans chapter eleven and Matthew chapter 25, Matthew, chapter 24. It says, for there shall arise false Christ and false prophets, and shall show great signs and wonders, insomuch that if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect. It says in two, Corinthians chapter two, verse 17, for we are not as many which corrupt the word of God. It says in Genesis chapter three, verse one. Now the serpent was more subtle than any beast of the field which the Lord God had made. And he said unto the woman, yeah, hath God said, ye shall not eat of every tree of the garden. It says in Isaiah chapter two, in that day a man shall cast his idols of silver and his idols of gold, which they made each one for himself to worship to the Moles and to the bats. This is all about biblical corruption.

And Jesus Christ warns that if it were possible, even the very elect would be deceived. I’ve never met anyone that thinks they’re deceived, but Jesus Christ tells us that it’s going to be so incredibly deceptive that if it were possible, even the very elect would be deceived. So we have to prove our armour. Always. You have to challenge and not be afraid of getting push-backs from people, because the structure of the Christian church today often has pastors with their seminary degrees and their Scofield Bibles, or their strong lexicons preaching from the pulpit and oftentimes talking to people about a rapture pre-trib and all this time not recognizing truly who the real enemy is and not proving their armour and getting in the right Bible first. If you have a spirit of slumber, you can be saved, but what type of discernment are you going to have? And what will the reward be for that spirit of slumber during the judgement process? So start with the 1611 Bible. Pray and ask God to reveal things to you and prove your armour.

God will lead us to all truth. He is faithful and I think it’s the best counsel that any pastor could give to a person in their congregation is pray and ask Jesus Christ by the power of His Holy Spirit, to lead you to all truth. Start with the Bible that was made under heavy persecution by six companies who cross checked each other and was published in 1611. Start with that one and prove the changes. Prove it to the Bible that you have in your hands now and see which one the Lord leads you to, because it’s only going to be us and the Lord during our judgment. Your pastor is not going to be there cleaning your case for you. I’m not saying that we should ignore the structure in the church, but it’s time to be like David and prove our armour. And if we can’t prove it, then don’t take it into battle, because we’re going to lose against the devil 100% of the time, according to God. Happy New Year, everyone. I’m looking forward to going into a new topic next weekend. Until then, God bless everyone and prove your armour. Bye.


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