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The devil is subtle. All he needs to do is get you to doubt the word of God. This has been his modus operandi from the beginning, when he asked Eve, "Yea, hath God said, 'Ye shall not eat of every tree of the garden?'"

I've transcribed the following excerpt from this sermon by James Knox, as it really struck a chord with me.

James Knox - "I want to tell you a little story that happened. God's opened some great doors for us. We have a couple of prison chaplains in our congregation, and on Christmas day every year, my wife and I get to go in with them, and we hold services in the jailhouse. You talk about God touching people's hearts. You get to come in there on Christmas day, and spend it with those inmates. We see a lot of people saved. I was in there several years ago on Christmas, and I was preaching out of Matthew 2. And I was reading from verse 1. You see where it says 'Herod the king?' And that 'king' has a lower-case K on it? A small K? And then verse 2 says 'Where is he that is born King of the Jews?' You see the capital K there? And I got going along, and man, I'm just preaching away about when the big K Jesus shows up, the little K Herod's gotta get out of the way. I was having a good time. I thought ''Man, that's good preaching' . And I saw these girls in confusion, looking back and forth. And they got up and when to the back of the room, and I saw them take a bible off the bookshelf and come back and sit down. Well after that service was over, I went back there. I said 'Ladies, what was that all about?' Now here's a group of big old girls, sitting in a jailhouse, listening to a preacher preach for maybe the first time in their lives. And those girls said 'Mister, we had this bible here--' NIV--and they said 'When you were preaching that about the K, it's got a big K on Herod and a little K on Jesus.' And those girls said 'We didn't want to look at that bible one more time.' Now you tell me why a woman locked up in jail for drug offenses, or stealing, or prostitution--that isn't even saved--can see a problem with an NIV in something that simple, and a guy with a doctor's degree in theology can't see it? I'll tell you why: he's been seduced by a minister of Satan. Let me tell you something really interesting about that story. Listen, I don't--Greek, Hebrew--about the only Greek I ever knew was Ivan Kardizas (sp?), and I went to high school with her. I know a couple of Hebrews, but not too many. That's not my thing. I called Sam Gipp. You might like him, you might not like him, it doesn't matter. He knows plenty about this bible issue. I told him about that, and he said 'Man, that's amazing.' He said 'I never heard that. I never saw that. That's incredible.' I said 'Tell me how that came about.' He said 'Brother, in the Greek manuscripts, they're either all capital letters or all lower-case letters.' So when the translators of the King James Version came to those two words 'king,' they could do whatever they want with them. They chose to lower-case Herod and capitalize Jesus. And when the NIV translators came to that, they chose to capitalize Herod and lower-case Jesus. That was strictly a matter of the translators' preference. You tell me which book I'm going to read. Am I going to read the one that gives honor to Herod, and the dishonor to Jesus? Or the one that gives honor to Jesus and the dishonor to Herod? Strictly is a matter of choice and preference. I'm going to stay with this King James bible.
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I found that very interesting and it explains a lot.
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YOU CAN BE SCRIPTURAL AND 
STILL BE OUT OF THE WILL OF GOD
It's not enough to take the Bible literally.
It's not enough to be literal and scriptural.
One must also be dispensationally accurate.
A dispensational approach to the KJV Bible means that you recognize and acknowledge the differences found in God’s word and you search the scriptures to learn WHY those differences exist.
If you don't recognize the DIFFERENCES in your KJV Bible and find out WHY certain things are different, you're NEVER going to understand God's word correctly. Nor will you be able to get the profit out of it that God intends you to have.
The three vital STEPS to correct Bible Study are:
1) LITERAL method of interpretation; don't spiritualize it.
2) COMPARE VERSES TO VERSES to get the meaning.
3) DISPENSATIONAL approach; recognize the differences.
Failure to study God's word by these three honest standards are the cause of the innumerable denominations and the reason most people misinterpret the KJV Bible.
"The biggest confusion in Christendom is believer's refusal to separate the DIFFERENCE between God dealing with Israel on the basis of His Covenant and God dealing with the Body of Christ based on Grace. Matthew through John and even the biggest part of Acts is still simply an extension of the Old Testament LAW and Covenant with the Jews." ~Bro. Les Feldick
"The failure to follow the dispensational method is THE source of all the confusion. So, the corrective is 'rightly dividing' the word of truth." ~ Pastor Richard Jordan
If you don't recognize the difference between what God has written FOR your learning verses what’s in the Bible that is TO and ABOUT YOU, you will not be able to get the profit out of the scriptures, and you will be going against God's will for your life.
The Nation of Israel is NOT the Body of Christ.
The Body of Christ is NOT the Nation of Israel.
These are two different agencies.
They each have different purposes.
They each operate under different programs.
And, God's word clearly makes the distinction.
The word 'dispensation' is a KJV Bible word. Since God saw fit to use it in His word we should not ignore it (1Co 9:17; Eph 1:10; Eph 3:2; Col 1:25 KJV). We should BELIEVE GOD, and try understand it.
A DISPENSATION is a particular set of instructions given by God for man's obedience during a period of time. If you say "a dispensation is a period of time," that's not true; that's what an 'age' is. In a dispensation the issue isn't the time; the issue is WHAT’S GOING ON during the time. Time IS involved, but the issue is the INSTRUCTIONS.
Apostle Paul wrote to believers ...
Eph 3:3a KJV: "How that BY REVELATION HE MADE KNOWN UNTO ME the mystery;"
There's a revelation of information that God gave to Paul that's called "the dispensation of the grace of God.”
Apostle Paul wrote to believers ...
Col 1:25 KJV: "I am MADE a minister, according to the DISPENSATION OF GOD which is GIVEN to me FOR YOU, to FULFIL the word of God;"
1Co 14:37b KJV: "... the things that I write unto you are the COMMANDMENTS OF THE LORD."
Apostle Paul was given a set of instructions by God to DISPENSE for man's obedience. These instructions given to Paul are DIFFERENT than the instructions that were given to Abraham and Moses to dispense to the Jews. God's program changed. God’s set of instructions given to man changed.
God in His Person NEVER CHANGES. 
He is always GOD. 
God is always holy.
God is always just.
God is always righteous.
God is always omniscient.
God is always omnipotent.
God is always omnipresent.
God is always love. 
God is always who He is. 
GOD NEVER CHANGES 
(Mal 3:6a; Heb 3:8 KJV)
But, God's PROGRAM for man, the operating instructions God has given man to follow, HAS CHANGED.
Why has it changed?
(1) Because MAN CHANGED – which didn’t surprise God, so …
(2) God has a two-fold plan that entails two different agencies with two different purposes that must operate under two different programs FOR HIS PURPOSES (Ro 11:36 KJV).
You see, there was a rebellion in heaven, against God, started by Lucifer that spread to the earth. So, there are TWO realms—heaven and earth—that God plans to someday completely restore to order, and He’s going to use Israel to reign with Him someday on the EARTH, while using the Body of Christ to reign with Him someday in HEAVEN. Two different agencies to bring both heaven and earth to order and TO END THE REBELLION. That’s the gist of the Big Picture of God’s long term plan.
In the Old Testament God MADE KNOWN His plans for the nation of Israel, but God’s plans for the future Body of Christ He KEPT SECRET until Jesus revealed it to apostle Paul. God made promises to the nation of Israel and revealed many details of their future. These future predictions that God gave are called PROPHECY. But, those secret plans God has had for the Body of Christ are called the MYSTERY.
God made a Covenant with Abram/Abraham and as a sign of the Covenant between God and the nation of Israel (Jews), God required each Jewish male to be marked with circumcision. This caused a DIFFERENCE among people.
GOD Himself made this SEPARATION and He said…
Ge 17:14 KJV: “And the uncircumcised man child whose flesh of his foreskin is not circumcised, that soul shall be CUT OFF FROM HIS PEOPLE; he hath broken my covenant.” ~GOD
So, circumcision SEPARATED the Jews from the rest of the world. God’s Covenant was with those people who’s males were circumcised—those of the circumcision where God’s chosen people. Those who weren’t of the circumcision were “cut off” – separated – and they were called Gentiles, and the uncircumcision.
Long story short: God promised the nation of Israel a future Kingdom and a King—a coming Messiah—and the Jews were to be a channel that God would use to later take salvation to the Gentiles. However, when that future time came, the nation of Israel REJECTED their promised Messiah, by killing Jesus, and then rejected the Holy Spirit by stoning to death Spirit-filled Stephen (Acts 7:54-60 KJV). Because of their UNBELIEF the nation of Israel forfeited their role as God's priestly channel. So, God went ahead and took salvation to the Gentiles WITHOUT the Jews, and without their laws! God’s chosen instrument to accomplish this divine task was apostle Paul. Apostle Paul was a born Jew, but he was also a Roman citizen, which made Paul half Jew and half Gentile. A very poetic way for our Lord to bridge salvation between Jews and Gentiles without Israel’s help; don’t you think?
BELOW IS A BASIC GUIDE
Genesis 12 thru John = written TO the nation of Israel
Acts = Luke records the diminishing of the nation of Israel, & the rise of God's GRACE program dispensed by apostle Paul; putting Israel’s prophetic/law program temporarily ON HOLD until after the rapture.
Romans thru Philemon = written TO the Body of Christ, penned by apostle Paul; only the current grace program in effect until the day of rapture.
Hebrews thru Revelation = written TO the future tribulation saints; 7-year tribulation begins after the rapture, and the prophetic/law program will resume.
God’s not finished with Israel. Once we the Body of Christ are raptured to heaven, God will deal with the nation of Israel during the tribulation, and those during the rapture must obtain salvation the same way people did during Jesus Christ’s earthly ministry, just as recorded in Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Under the Law when Israel’s prophetic program is active a person must have FAITH + WORKS to obtain salvation.
The only person in our Bible that teaches SALVATION THROUGH FAITH WITHOUT WORKS is apostle Paul; the apostle TO the Gentiles; the apostle given the dispensation of grace. Paul’s writings are contained within Romans thru Philemon and have a DIFFERENT gospel message and DIFFERENT set of instructions than the gospel message that Jesus taught during His earthly ministry.
Why?
Because Jesus was sent only to the nation of Israel under the LAW because of the Covenent.
Read Jesus’ own words for yourself …
Mt 15:24b KJV: “…I AM NOT SENT BUT UNTO the lost sheep of the HOUSE OF ISRAEL.”
Why was Jesus sent to the Jews only during His earthly ministry?
Paul tells us why: to CONFIRM Old Testament prophecy.
Read it for yourself …
Ro 15:8 KJV: "Now I say that Jesus Christ WAS a minister OF THE CIRCUMCISION [ ie. the JEWS. Why? ] for the truth of God, TO CONFIRM THE PROMISES made unto the fathers:" ~apostle Paul
There are THREE (3) simple questions you should always ask when reading the scriptures:
(1) WHO wrote it?
(2) WHEN did they write it?
(3) WHO is it written TO?
How do we study the Bible?
Paul instructs us to “rightly divide the word of truth.” To rightly divide means to cut a straight line between the things that are DIFFERENT, and not to mix them.
So, don’t steal your neighbor’s mail. YOU are a member of the Body of Christ and YOU are part of God’s HEAVENLY PROGRAM. God’s message TO YOU is found in Romans thru Philemon, KJV. Study it, believe it, and obey it!
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+Ray Parker Right. All it takes is one look at the actions of the popes throughout the years to know that they aren't even remotely close to being "God on the earth."
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This isn't the first time this video has come through my feed, but it gets me every time.
 
A MUST SEE video. The Bible says that our 'lives are like a vapor.' You never know when our last breath will be. Or in this case, the life of child in a grocery store. 
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Why Christians Do Not Obey The Bible
 
Why Christians Do Not Obey The Bible
You would think, of all people, Christians would obey the Bible.  Yet we find everywhere that there is little concern for what the Bible actually says.  Relativism is replacing absolute truth.  “That’s your opinion,” is the first cop out of any Christian who does not want to change their practices to fit the Bible.  There is little study to find out what God’s words are, and what God wants.  What happened?  Why are the words of God not valued over the words of men?  May I answer this important question simply and give you the solution while at it?
God claims He preserved His words for us.  If that is true, then when you open your Bible, you have the very words of God in front of you.  This would, for any who believe it, bind them to reverence and obedience.  God did promise to preserve His word for us.  Note this passage in 1 Peter 1:23, "Being born again, not of corruptible seed, but of incorruptible, by the word of God which liveth and abideth forever."  We believe that right?  God’s word abides forever.  Again, this is taught in Isaiah 40:8, "The grass withereth, the flower fadeth: but the word of our God shall stand for ever."  And so it is throughout the Scriptures that God says His words will last forever.  Now we are getting to the heart of the matter.  Today, people do not believe that God’s word has been preserved.  It is no longer taught.  Though many think they believe it, they do not.  Their Pastors do not, the seminaries do not, professors and theologians do not.  How do we know they do not?  All you have to do is look at their Bibles and see that they do not.  Where are God’s words?  In the Bible you say?  No, they are not.  Look again at the Bible of the average preacher or theologian.  If he is using any of the common new versions of Scripture, then his Bible is missing verses.  In fact, the text from which the modern verses are taken is missing over 2,900 words!  How about that?  For 1900 years these words have been in the Bible, and then they get taken out by the thousands by modern scholars.  Even the New King James Version, if you have one with notes, adds doubts about the words of God with, “this verse is not in some manuscripts.”  If the verses are missing , or doubtful, and verses are in the Bible that do not belong, then no wonder people do not trust it.  Check your Bible.  Does it have all of Acts 8:37?  “And Philip said, If thou believest with all thine heart, thou mayest. And he answered and said, I believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God.”  If it is missing, or if it is in brackets, or has a note at the bottom saying it doesn’t belong, then no wonder nobody obeys the Bible.  Does your copy of the Gospel of Mark end at verse 20 or does it only go to verse 8?  Does it have a note casting doubt on the text here?  It is no wonder that people do not trust the word of God, they do not know where it is!
When scholars threw the door open to delete Bible verses and change others, they threw out people’s faith in the Bible.  Now what happens if we cannot trust the words of the Book?  What if next decade we find out more words should be taken out.  Eventually we won’t have anything left.  I am sure the Devil would be happy with that, but if you are going to keep the Book, at least he does not want you to believe it.  We only know what God wants, and how to be saved, because we have His words.  If we lose His words we lose everything.  The only firm foundation of absolute truth is that which is revealed to us by God in the Bible.  When people tamper with the words, they destroy people’s faith and turn them to relativism.  “That’s your truth, and this is mine,” they say.  How can we know Jesus is the Christ of God?  It says so in the Bible.  Destroy that and you lose absolute truth.  There are, under these circumstances, no arguments or debates worth having; if we lose God’s word, we lost all hope of knowing truth.  Thank God He made promises like the one in Psalm 12:6-7, "The words of the Lord are pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times.  Thou shalt keep them, O Lord, thou shalt preserve them from this generation forever."  Did He keep them?  Where is the Word of God?  Surely it is not in the New International Version, the New Living Translation, the English Standard Bible or any other book that rejects God’s decree that He will preserve His word.  When they chopped thousands of words from the Bible, they forfeited their right to be called a Bible, and plunged us into the darkness of “truthlessness.”  The reason I use a King James Bible is not because it is easier to read, it is not because it is cool, it is not because it has modern wording, it is not because I always used it, or because my church uses it, but because it alone has the words of God without doubt or deletion.  If you want to read the words God said, you need to have them in front of you when you read your Bible.  If you do not use a King James Bible, then you do not have the words in front of you.  You have some of the words, and others with many changes, but you do not know what is missing and what is changed.  Nor do you know what happened to the nearly 3,000 words deleted from your New Testament.  If you do not read English well, then you need a copy of the Bible in your language faithfully translated from the same old text the church has always used; otherwise you will not have the Bible in front of you.  If you want to avoid losing your children and grandchildren to the abyss of relativism, you will need to know that the words of your Bible are “pure words.”  If they aren’t pure, they are not from God.  If men have to cut them out of the Bible, then Christians have always read them and had faith in them groundlessly, leading to great doubt and distrust in the Book.  If they are pure, do not delete them, obey them as absolute truth.
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Hipster Christianity versus Real Christianity
 
Hipster Christianity vs. Real Christianity
What happens when Chrstianity slides with the culture instead of shaping it?  You get Hipster Crhstianity.  Here is how to tell the difference.
1. The Hipster Christian believes that he is a sinner.  He believes that his life is a mess.  After all, we're all sinners, right?  He knows he is a sinner and either wears it as a badge of honor, or publicly flogs himself by constantly reminding others how sinful he is.
The Real Christian also confesses himself to be a sinner.  He has repented and abhors his sin.  He is ashamed of his old life and does not brag about how sinful he is, yet he will not deny himself to be the chief of sinners.  Since sin no longer defines him, he finds his identity in Christ.  He is pure in heart and to the pure all things are pure.  His delight is in the law of the Lord and in His law he meditates day and night.  He loves righteousness and hates lawlessness.  He hates every false way, and refuses to get off the paths of righteousness, the highway of holiness, just because he can.  If he falls, he gets back up, even if he falls seven times.  Yet he still expects to be rewarded for his righteousness, though he knows that he does not have as much as he would like.  Still, he knows that the fruit of the righteous, whatever amount he does have, are by Jesus Christ.
2. The Hipster Christian believes that Jesus lived a righteous life and died for the sins of men.  He lays great stress on the fact that Jesus obeyed for him.  He emphasizes the freedom this gives him.  He trumpets that he no longer must earn God's favor.  He says that this liberating truth will deliver him from all the external pressure of living up to an unreasonable standard.  He believes Christ's obedience so satisfied the Father that Jesus no longer cares how he  dresses, what he sees, what music he listens to, what he drinks or smokes, or about any mere externals, for God looks on the heart, he says.
The Real Christian also believes that Jesus lived a sinless life.  He affirms that Christ's death provides him with a righteousness he cannot earn.  Yet, he hungers and thirsts after righteousness, and, unlike the Hipster, he is filled.  He loves the law of God from the heart.  Rendering obedience is not grievous for him.  The Real Christian does not want to use the grace of God as a covering to hide in sin. He wants the blood of Christ to purge his conscience from dead works to serve the living God, and to cleanse him from all unrighteousness.  He pursues inward and outward holiness, not because he is a Pharisee, but because he wants to be like his dear Savior, and be conformed to His image.  He separates himself from worldliness, not because he is pressured to by tradition, but because God promised that if he would come out from among the world His God would receive him, and be a Father to him, and he would rather have his Father’s favor then the world.
3. The Hipster Christian believes in being "missional."  That is, he must make the Bible relevant so lost people will be saved.  This means he must go to the same movies, read the same books, talk the same way, and get tattoos and piercings like the world or else they won't listen.  Besides, he likes that edgy stuff anyway.  He must have enough worldliness to attract the world and not scare them off with that old traditional hymn singing, suite wearing, hell preaching Christianity that has long since  found its way to the "antique" section of history.
The Real Christian believes in evangelism.  He still believes that they must go into all the world and preach the gospel.  He believes that God will bless a holy life with success.  He would rather have God’s blessing than compromise.  He knows the way to win the lost is to be in the world, but not of the world.  He believes that the greatest Soul-Winner is without sin and separate from sinners, and that holiness draws people to God, whereas worldliness draws people to try to add God to their sinful lives.  He wants, as much as possible, to win sinners to God the same way Jesus did, by being harmless and blameless, circumspect and self-denying.  He wants to show them that Christ has real power over sin.  He does not believe that Jesus was a partier who hung out with sinners for fun.  His Jesus is too holy to be of such low character.  He knows Jesus did not come to man to party, but to seek and to save the lost.
The Hipster has created a new “Jesus.”  His modern, skinny jeans Jesus would easily mingle with the worldly church.  He would not judge them.  He would want them to feel comfortable just as they are, even if they are in a beer t-shirt.  The last thing their Jesus would do is make sinners uncomfortable.  In fact, he would probably put on a "Jesus is my homeboy" t-shirt to preach his sermon, just so they know He is cool.  The truth is, today's hipster Jesus could fit in well anywhere without offending anyone except the righteous, and Hipster Christians can fit in anywhere except into heaven, because there it is actually holy.  God does not need the current standard of cool to win souls.  He has not been cool for 2000 years.  His uncool Christians have offended people the entire time with their holy living and loving ways.  Real Christians have held that men must be born again, live a holy life, and separate from sin or they should not think they have begun the Christian life.  For this they have paid with their lives, their property, their back given to the whip, their homes burned, their cheeks punched, their blood shed, and they go rejoicing that is was all for Jesus’ sake.  But for some awful reason, now the Hipster must remake God in his own worldly image so people will receive Him.  The real Christian knows that if you do not repent and believe the same old "uncool" gospel that makes sinners holy, you will die and go to hell.  Then you won't think you are very cool.  Reject Hipster Christianity and be a Real Christian.
 
Pastor Troy Dukes
Grace Baptist Church
www.GraceBaptistWPB.com

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It's popular in modern society to "sprinkle a little Jesus" into certain behaviors, seeming to suggest that nearly anything is permissible as long as Jesus Christ is involved.

One of the clearest examples of why this is bad is yoga. Yoga comes from the Hindu religion, and it cannot be practiced outside of Hindu. In other words, without Hindu, there is no yoga.

Also, we are told not to do as the heathens do.
Jeremiah 10
[2] Thus saith the LORD, Learn not the way of the heathen, and be not dismayed at the signs of heaven; for the heathen are dismayed at them.
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Surprised? I'm not.
 
No surprise If you've read & believe your Bible. Giants are mentioned in 19 times in the Old Testament.

Giants are offspring of the sons of God (angelic beings) and daughters of men (women). They lived before and after the flood.

Genesis 6:1-4 KJV
[1] And it came to pass, when men began to multiply on the face of the earth, and daughters were born unto them,
[2] That the sons of God saw the daughters of men that they were fair; and they took them wives of all which they chose.
[3] And the Lord said, My spirit shall not always strive with man, for that he also is flesh: yet his days shall be an hundred and twenty years.
[4] There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown.
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I know it isn't the most appropriate time of the year for a video like this, but I just found the video, and I feel compelled to share it.

James Knox draws comparisons between Jesus Christ and Santa Claus. He shows that the masses prefer the devil's counterfeit (Santa) over the real thing (Jesus Christ).
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+King James Warrior I agree, but I know Christmas videos aren't exactly trending at the moment. I feel like everyone should listen to God speaking through Knox, regardless of the particular topic.
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What's in your food?
 
Imagine an elite group of psychopathic Devil worshipers that want us all dead.
Welcome to the new world order.
Every time you purchase mass-produced processed "food" from the likes of Kraft, PepsiCo, or Nestle, you're choosing, whether you realize it or not, to feed your family not only genetically engineer...
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Permanent martial law.
 
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Yes and we are in trouble.
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