Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Rondom de Bijbel - Around the Bible 3

Met elkaar van gedachten wisselen over de Bijbel-God-de Heer Jezus Christus
Exchange thoughts with each other about the Bible-God-the Lord Jesus Christ

21 comments:

Hanss said...

TWO LINES OF BIBLE MANUSCRIPTS

Hanss said...

The Truth about the Council of Nicaea

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Paul: Fighter, Runner, and Soldier?

Hanss said...

Faith Without Works Is Dead
What Does It Mean?


What does James say in his opening sentence?
James 1 1599 Geneva Bible (GNV)

1 James a servant of God, and of the Lord Jesus Christ, to the twelve Tribes, which are scattered abroad, salutation.

TO THE TWELVE TRIBES

James isn't addressing the members of the Body of Christ in general, but his JEWISH brethren in the Lord Jesus Christ.

That doesn't mean we shouldn't read it and learn from it, but it's not addressed to us.

The Lord JESUS gave us His special Apostle Paul and he's addressing us in Romans through Philemon and we should read the entire Bible from this context, because Paul revealed to us the gospel of GRACE on behalf of our Lord JESUS Christ.

Rightly dividing the Word is the goal of this article, and it is an indispensable key to proper understanding of the Bible. The abundance of scriptural evidence detailed in the third section makes it very clear that Revelation is doctrine for Israel, which was written to Jews who believed in Jesus Christ, by an apostle of the circumcision, for direct application in the prophetic "kingdom" dispensation. At the destruction of Jerusalem and the temple, God placed that dispensation in abeyance in 70 AD, to be resumed in the future tribulation.

The entire book of Revelation, including chapters 1-3, is deeply rooted in Old Testament prophecy. It is doctrinally aligned with the epistles of Peter, James, John, and Jude, all of whom were apostles of the circumcision, as well as to the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Hebrews, and the Old Testament.

The dispensation of grace in which we now live is revealed in Romans through Philemon, our Apostle Paul's letters to the Gentiles, with Acts being the book of transition between the two dispensations.

Source: http://www.matthewmcgee.org/7church.html

Israel's Kingdom Gospel and Our Grace Gospel
http://www.matthewmcgee.org/2gospels.html

1 Corinthians 15:1-4 https://plus.google.com/u/0/collection/EcUrVE

Hanss said...

Kenzie Smith
The original manuscripts of the Bible Antioch
https://duckduckgo.com/?q=The+original+manuscripts+of+the+Bible+Antioch&t=ffsb&ia=web
The original manuscripts of the Bible Antioch Geneva Bible https://duckduckgo.com/?q=The+original+manuscripts+of+the+Bible+Antioch+Geneva+Bible&t=ffsb&ia=web
'No translation can be 100% perfect right?'
Hebrew and Greek are totally different languages than English so it's impossible to make a 100% correct translation into English or any other languages.
Example:
2 Thessalonians 2:3 1599 Geneva Bible (GNV)

3 Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a departing first, and that that man of sin be disclosed, even the son of perdition.

In this translation the word 'departing' had been chosen as translation of the Greek word 'apostasia'.

2 Thessalonians 2:3 King James Version (KJV)

3 Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition

In this translation (from 1611) the words 'a falling away' had been chosen as translation for the Greek word 'apostasia'.

The following translation (from 2002) is based on the American Standard Version:
2 Thessalonians 2:3 World English Bible (WEB)

3 Let no one deceive you in any way. For it will not be, unless the departure comes first, and the man of sin is revealed, the son of destruction

In this translation the word 'departure' has been chosen as translation of the Greek word 'apostasia'.

I believe 'departing/departure' is the right translation of the Greek word 'apostasia' and I believe this word refers to the pre-Jacob's Trouble-rapture.

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Kenzie Smith
Kenzie Smith
8 hours ago
Questions for all you Bible scholars

1. Is the original language of the scriptures written in ancient Hebrew?
2. Are there any books, or any passages from the Bible that still exist in the original form and language that they were originally written in?
3. Was the first language the original scriptures were translated to ancient Greek?
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Renee Roland
Renee Roland
8 hours ago
Old Testament Hebrew/Aramaic and New Testament in Koine Greek
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Kenzie Smith
Kenzie Smith
7 hours ago
Renee Roland and these were the original languages the original authors wrote in?
Kenzie Smith
Kenzie Smith
7 hours ago
Renee Roland before ever being translated?
Renee Roland
Renee Roland
7 hours ago
YES Those are the original languages that God preserved! Then each language was translated directly from them...most of the preserved English Bibles are translated from the Texts Receipts which are Hebrew and Greek so its not translated from that to that to that....straight from the original! and if we didn't have them we have enough ancient letters to put it together too! We have over 26000 copies of NT alone that match each other! So we KNOW those are God's Word He promised to keep for us!
Kenzie Smith
Kenzie Smith
6 hours ago
Renee Roland so we still have the original manuscripts to this day? The original copies that the authors of the Bible themselves wrote on?

Also, do you think there are errors going from Greek/Hebrew to English? No translation can be 100% perfect right?
Renee Roland
Renee Roland
6 hours ago
@Kenzie Smith yes many original manuscripts
Renee Roland
Renee Roland
6 hours ago
@Kenzie Smith God says he preserved his word but new ones have subtracted whole verses n interpret not translate
Kenzie Smith
Kenzie Smith
5 hours ago
Renee Roland cool!
Kenzie Smith
Kenzie Smith
5 hours ago
Renee Roland thank you!!

Hanss said...

Answers to Bible Questions!

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Bible Errors

Hanss said...

Will the devil live forever?

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Revelation 20:10 1599 Geneva Bible (GNV)

10 And the devil that deceived them, was cast into a lake of fire and brimstone, where that beast and that false prophet are, and shall be tormented even day and night for evermore.

Hanss said...

Annihilationisme

Hanss said...

Wat is annihilationisme? Is deze vernietigingsleer Bijbels?

Hanss said...

Is annihilationism biblical?

Hanss said...

OT Prophecies Fulfilled by Jesus

Hanss said...

Waarom de Bijbel lezen?

Hanss said...

What is the Book of Jasher and should it be in the Bible?

Hanss said...

What is the Book of Jubilees and should it be in the Bible?

Hanss said...

How and when was the canon of the Bible put together?

Hanss said...

Interlinear Bible
Greek, Hebrew, Strongs

Hanss said...

JESUS speaking in Revelation:
Revelation 3:19 1599 Geneva Bible (GNV)
19 As many as I love, I rebuke and chasten: be zealous therefore and amend.

Revelation 3:19 World English Bible (WEB)
19 As many as I love, I reprove and chasten. Be zealous therefore, and repent.
(Part 4) Faith in Obedience - Hear and Obey

Hanss said...

Rightly dividing the Word is the goal of this article, and it is an indispensable key to proper understanding of the Bible. The abundance of scriptural evidence detailed in the third section makes it very clear that Revelation is doctrine for Israel, which was written to Jews who believed in Jesus Christ, by an apostle of the circumcision, for direct application in the prophetic "kingdom" dispensation. At the destruction of Jerusalem and the temple, God placed that dispensation in abeyance in 70 AD, to be resumed in the future tribulation.

The entire book of Revelation, including chapters 1-3, is deeply rooted in Old Testament prophecy. It is doctrinally aligned with the epistles of Peter, James, John, and Jude, all of whom were apostles of the circumcision, as well as to the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Hebrews, and the Old Testament.

The dispensation of grace in which we now live is revealed in Romans through Philemon, our Apostle Paul's letters to the Gentiles, with Acts being the book of transition between the two dispensations.

Source: http://www.matthewmcgee.org/7church.html

Hanss said...

DEREK PRINCE FALSE TEACHER WOLF IN SHEEP’S CLOTHING!!!