A glimpse of things to come:
This is not prophase it is but a glamps in to the past and a look forward a glimpse of the past repeating aging right before our very eyes.
In the early 1600's a statement was rendered by the court that was under the control of King James the first and the Catholica Church, that stated;
"When a different version of religious is brought forth, and its popularity grows, it can change the course of the believers."
This is what happened when the Geneva Bible was translated into the English language and replaced by what is called the King James Bible.
At this time the World has been set up for another religious shift in the matrix, this shift is being made, to move in the one world church or one world religion.
And just as in the days of King James the first, each of us are being brought to the point of being frosted to make the choice.
will we / will you chose to fallow the one true God the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob. And Moses or will you chose to fallow after the leaders of this world and their god (satin)?
The difference between the truth of the bible you read today and The Geneva Bible;
The 1599 Geneva Bible translators was first printed in 1599 by: Walter Whittingham, Myles Coverdale, Christopher Goodman, Anthony Gilby, Thomas Sampson, William Cole, Thomas Greshop, John Knox and John Calvin. At the time the Geneva Bible was translated from the Greek Bible by Protestants. at this same time the Protestant in England were being persecute, which lead to the printing of the 1560 Geneva Bible.
At that time much of the translation derived heavily from the earlier translations of Tyndale’s 1526 and Myles Coverdale, the Geneva Bible was the first English Bible to have the full translation, of both Old and New Testament that were taken from the Hebrew writings. the Geneva Bible was the main book followed by the Protestants, Puritans and Calvinists.
In 1604 the King James Bible which has been the most popular Bible for decades, was declared by a ruling of the Hampton Court Conference between the English king and various clergymen, along with John Reynolds who at the time was the president of Corpus Christi College.
They reached the agreement that there should be a revised English translation of the Bible. Forty-seven scholars began the translation to create the King James Version which used both the Tyndale and Geneva Bible as a frame work for forming the new Bible.
The deception behind having this new version created was to do away with as completely as posable the use of the 1599 Geneva Bible.
this was dune because the marginal notes throughout both the 1560 and 1599 Geneva Bibles questioned the authority of the Catholic Church and any ruling monarchy.
This was a problem for King James, because it could lead to his subjects question his authority. this helped drive the choice of creating a new Bible a English translation that would conform all readers to one rule or opinion, that would represent both King James I and the Church of England’s religious and political views.
The first King James Version was publication in 1611 and has since gone through several revisions that even today remains the Standard English translation in use for the Bible today.
The church today is still being dictated to by King James and the religious and political views of the church of England.
so if you would like to know what the Lord really has to say about the church and the operations of the church get a Bible that was produced before 1604 or the Greek translation. And yes there is a great difference.
The differences between the 1599 Geneva Bible and the 1611 King James Version of the Bible are so apparent to those who take the time to read them side by side.
The King James Version eliminated the marginal notes so that general public would not have the accesses them to use as a study guide, the 1599 Geneva Bible, used scripture to form the teachings of Christ being the one all believers answer to and as the only one who should be worshiped and obeyed, and that the Bible (the word of God) is to be the final say in any and all situations.
In addition, the Old Testament from the 1560 and 1599 Geneva Bible was translated directly from the Greek Old Testament and the Hebrew Septuagint scriptures,
the 1611 King James Version on the other hand was compiled from previous English translations of the Old Testament.
In 1517 the Protestant Reformation began as a movement to reform the Catholic Church,
but instead ended up created a political stricter of religious oppression in countries where the Church and Monarchies were in control.
In England, when King James the first commissioned the creation of the King James Version of the Bible, tolerance of those other than the king himself or the Catholic Church were not tolerated. so the use of the 1560 and 1599 Geneva Bible was not allowed in their kingdoms. King James I and the Church of England wanted only their English translation version of the Bible to be in use.
The ones who chose to read and study the old Bible (the Geneva Bible) where demanded of to make a choice to either only read the King James bible or leave the country, many chose to go to The Netherlands and others went across the Atlantic Ocean to the American colonies.
All English translations today have been derived from the original King James in one way or another, but they all have keep the them of being under the authority of the leadership of England and the Catholic Church, which is the roman government is higher then the God of creation.
So where is the Church today headed,,, just look at the past,
satin got the world to look at a different Bible then the original Greek and Aramaic it was written in and to except a book that was designed to keep the people under the authority of the ruling powers and their church, all seems to be under the authority of the roman government and the roman catholic church both the play ground of satin.
Know who you serve and why.
Here are some of the references that i used:
1. The 1599 Geneva Bible
2. The 1611 King James Bible
3. The Origin of the Bible, Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. 2003 Edition
4. The King James Bible Brief History by Dr. Herbert Samworth
5. Harvard Divinity School w/Andover-Harvard Library