History of the Bible-Part III

Many of these changes listed will not be found in some versions, while in others, the changes will be obvious, by those words, phrases or whole verses that are removed.

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By: Watchman
11/20/2009 4:40:05 PM

Part III:  “History of the Bible”

   While the revised texts of the Bible contain thousands of word changes, many of these alterations do not harm some of the basic precepts of God’s Word.. However, one must recognize that even though the devil desires to destroy the word of God, he cannot. But what he can do, is rewrite it, fashioned according to his pleasure.
  Since the devil also knows that he cannot destroy truth by a direct and obvious attack against God’s Word, he is careful to amend text in small doses, gradually, in a step by step process so that his deadly work is not noticed. Therefore, he is careful to keep a legitimate percentage of script acceptable, however watered down, to appease the reader.
  But, once his implications of truth are accepted, he then turns his attention to core doctrines, that do change the precepts of God, and create an avenue for future deception. His success is based upon the acceptance of each revision. Then, using these revisions as standard text, the devil can then add more modern and updated revisions to carry his message to man.
  One constant change in text is to suggest that Jesus Christ was not God. If Jesus Christ is suggested by text to have been simply a man, then this teaching allows a plausible basis to imply that Jesus Christ may not have risen from the dead, nor did He return to heaven. If one does not think that their modern bible sets this precedent, then I encourage you to compare the texts, because the evidence suggests otherwise.
  Second, the devil authored a book that places man in charge of his salvation, by suggesting that the Word of God can, and should be interpreted. Once confusion and doubt about texts are accepted as reasonable consequences of history, then one naturally seeks the wisdom of men.       

  Last, and of primary concern to the devil, he has created a large mass of confusion in the study of prophecy. And, by cleverly editing text here and there, his design is to stimulate conflicting doctrines of teaching.
  Not only can he use his writings to justify that Jesus Christ was not God, but once the Word of God is questioned, then the path can be made clear to present his own Messiah to the world, based upon his word. Therefore, since there are now nearly 200 different English versions of the Holy Bible, rather than present each and every possible change out there, the following comparison chart of verse will demonstrate those texts that present the opportunity to create damnable doctrines of devils.      

  Many of these changes listed will not be found in some versions, while in others, the changes will be obvious, by those words, phrases or whole verses that are removed. Since the foundation of our salvation is based in Jesus Christ, one must begin by weighing this account first:

A.  Doctrine of Jesus Christ: 

   Genesis 22: 8    -  is changed from “God will provide Himself a Lamb”, to God will provide ‘for’ Himself a Lamb. The word ‘for’ is added into the text to suggest that someone else besides God would be the promised redeemer of mankind. Therefore, the implication sets the precedent that Jesus Christ was just a man.

   Isaiah 7:14.  -  Removed the word "virgin", denying that Jesus Christ came from the Father. By suggesting that the Hebrew word "almah" can mean a virgin, a damsel, or just a young woman, scholars may then argue that Jesus Christ had a natural birth.

   Isaiah 9:6          -    Removed the words “Everlasting Father” to hide the fact that the promised Messiah was also God Himself incarnate.

   Daniel 3:25      -     Instead of ‘and the form of the fourth is like the Son of God”, changes text to read: ‘and the form of the fourth is like a son of the gods (plural). A two fold reference to suggest that Jesus Christ is not eternal, and that it is possible that man too can evolve as a god.

   Matthew 1:25   -    Removed the word ‘firstborn’. (Removing this word implies that Mary did not have other children after Jesus, and remained a perpetual virgin as claimed by the Catholic Church. But, Psalm 69:8, Galatians 1:19, and John 7:5 indicate that He did have siblings).

   Matthew 5: 22   -   Removed the phrase ‘without a cause’, which changes the intent of Christ’s message.

   Matthew 5: 44   -   Removed the phrase: ‘bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you’

   Matthew 6:13    -   Removed the phrase ‘For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever. Amen’ ( Used to deny that Jesus Christ ever glorified the Father).

   Matthew 8:29     -   Removed the name of ‘Jesus’ (To hide the fact that even the demons recognized Jesus as the ‘Son of God’).

   Matthew 9:13    -     Removed the word ‘repentance’. (Jesus Christ not only came for the sinners, but also that the sinners would repent).

   Matthew 11:23    -   Removed the word hell.

   Matthew 12:6     -    Replaced the phrase ’one greater’ to ‘something greater’ (Changes the meaning of what Jesus Christ was telling the Pharisees, that He was God).

   Matthew 12:35     -  Removed the phrase ‘of the heart’. (Only God knows the heart, and what appears to be good fruit, may not be done with the good intentions of the heart).

   Matthew 12:47    -   Removed whole verse or placed in the footnotes to hide the fact that Mary did not remain a virgin as the Catholic Church insists.

   Matthew 13:51    -   Removed the word of ‘Lord’, a title the multitude called Jesus.

   Matthew 15:8      -   Removed the phrase ‘draweth nigh unto me with their mouth’

   Matthew 16:3      -   Removed the phrase ‘o ye hypocrites’, a reference Jesus Christ makes to the self professed holy men of the people.
   Matthew 16:18    -   Removed the word ‘hell’

   Matthew 16:20   -   Removed the name of ‘Jesus’ (It is not by accident that the name of Jesus is again disassociated with the title of Christ. This ’accident’ occurs more and more with every revision.

   Matthew 17:21    -  Removed complete verse. ‘Howbeit this kind goeth not out but by prayer and fasting’.

   Matthew 18:11    -  Removed complete verse.  ‘For the Son of man is come to save that which was lost’ (Which is the main focus of Jesus Christ’s ministry).

   Matthew 18:26    -  Removed the words ‘and worshiped him’ (The parable represents Jesus Christ and his servants. Therefore, obeying and reverence for Him is a crucial aspect of service).

   Matthew 19:9     -   Removed last 11 words: “and whoso marrieth her which is put away doth commit adultery!” ( The modern world’s concept of divorce cannot accept this statement).

   Matthew 19:17   -   Changed the phrase of ‘why callest thou me good’ to ‘why do you ask me about what is good’ (The question posed in verse 16 is about how to receive eternal life, and that gift can only come from He that is worthy (sinless). Again changes the mercy of God to works of men).

   Matthew 19:17   -   Removed the word ‘God’. (Takes away another connection of Jesus Christ to God and changes the concept that eternal life comes from God, and God alone).

   Matthew 20:7     -   Removed the words: “and whatsoever is right that shall ye receive”. (The judgment of God is righteous)

   Matthew 20:16   -   Removed the words: “for many be called but few chosen”.

   Matthew 20:20   -   Changed the words ‘worshiping him’ to ‘kneeling down’ (Does not quite capture the essence of worship, particularly since Jesus Christ is the one they are worshiping).

   Matthew 20:22   -   Removed last 12 words: “and to be baptized with the baptism that I am baptized with?”

   Matthew 21:44   -   Removed complete verse. (“And whosoever shall fall on this stone shall be broken: but on whomsoever it shall fall, it will grind him to powder!”).

   Matthew 23:14   -   Removed complete verse. ("Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye devour widows' houses, and for a pretence make long prayer: therefore ye shall receive the greater damnation").

   Matthew 23:33   -   Replaced the word ‘damnation’ to ‘condemn’
   Matthew 24:36   -   Adds the words ‘nor the son’.

   Matthew 24:36   -   Changed ‘my father’ to ‘ the father’. (Another attempt to suggest that Jesus Christ is not of God).

   Matthew 25:13   -   Removed the words ‘wherein the Son of man cometh’. (A clear denial that Jesus is the Christ by removing the fact that He shall return).

   Matthew 27:35   -   Removed last 25 words: “ that it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the prophet, They parted my garments among them, and upon my vesture did they cast lots!” (Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ had to fulfill over 300 prophecies to be recognized as the True Messiah. This is only one of them, from Psalms 22:18, but had this not occurred, nor was it reported, then the claim of Jesus Christ could be questioned for failing to fulfill just one of the over 300 prophecies).

   Matthew 27:54   -   Changed the phrase ‘the Son of God’ to ‘ a son of God’. (Another corrupt
attempt to suggest that Jesus Christ was only one of many gods).

   Matthew 28:2     -   Removed the phrase ‘from the door’.

   Matthew 28:19   -   Adds the phrase ‘making disciples’. (Many religious organizations use this addition as justification to set the method, criteria and acknowledgment of who is a disciple. In truth, we as true born again believers, who seek the will of God are disciples, and the criteria should be established by the Holy Spirit, not the religions of man).

   Mark 1: 1           -   Removed the phrase ‘the Son of God’. (The flow of deceit continues).

   Mark 1:2            -  Changed ‘prophets’ to ‘Isaiah’. The prophet Isaiah was not the only prophet to tell of the Messiah. The events of Jesus Christ are told in many books of the Old Testament. And as mentioned above, the Messiah must fulfill over 300 prophecies to be recognized as the Savior. The prophecies of Isaiah do not cover them all, which could be used to suggest that if Jesus only fulfilled the prophecies of Isaiah, then he failed to meet all the requirements.

   Mark 1:31         -   Removed the word of ‘immediately’. 

   Mark 2:17         -   Removed the phrase ‘ to repentance’.  (Repentance is mandatory for all)

   Mark 3:29         -   Changed the phrase ‘eternal damnation’ to ‘eternal sin’. (This changes the concept of what Jesus Christ was saying; namely, that one can be forgiven for their sins, but damnation awaits those whom blaspheme against the Holy Spirit. This is not forgivable).   

   Mark 6:11         -   Removed last 23 words: “Verily I say unto you, It shall be more tolerable for Sodom and Gomorrha in the day of judgment, than for that city!” 

   Mark 7:8           -   Removed last 15 words: “as the washing of pots and cups: and many other such like things ye do!”

   Mark 7:16        -   Removed entire verse: “if any man have ears to hear, let him hear!”

   Mark 9:24        -   Removed the word ‘Lord’. (The father of the child was referring to Jesus as Lord, and would not have asked for help in his unbelief, if he did not think Jesus was the Christ..But by removing the word ‘Lord’, it can be argued that the father’s unbelief is doubting that Jesus is Christ).

   Mark 9:44       -   Removed entire verse: “Where their worm dieth not, and the fire is not quenched!” (The revisions, reflect the thoughts of Westcott & Hort, both of whom believed that punishment in hell did not exist).

   Mark 9:46      -   Removed entire verse: “where their worm dieth not, and the fire is not quenched!”

   Mark 9:49      -   Removed the phrase ‘and every sacrifice shall be salted with salt’.

   Mark 10:21    -   Removed the phrase ‘ take up the cross’.
   Mark 10:24    -   Removed the phrase ‘ to them that trust in riches’.  (A clear distinction that riches will make entering into the kingdom of God very hard. Not simply entering itself is hard).

   Mark 11:10    -   Removed the phrase ‘that cometh in the name of the Lord’. 

   Mark 11:26    -   Removed entire verse: “But if you do not forgive, neither will your Father which is in heaven forgive your trespasses!”

   Mark 12:23    -   Removed the phrase ‘when they shall rise’. (see verses 24-27)

   Mark 12:40    -   Changed phrase from ‘greater damnation’ to ‘punish most severely’.

   Mark 13:6      -   Changed the phrase ‘I am the Christ’ to “ I am he, the one’.  (This subtle change to I am he, the one, hides the fact that the anti-Christ will claim to be Christ).

   Mark 13:14   -   Removed the phrase ‘spoken by Daniel the prophet’. (A very important omission, since the reference to Daniel specifies that Jesus Christ is referring to the anti-Christ who commits the abomination of desolation).

   Mark 13:33   -   Removed the phrase, ‘and pray’.

   Mark 14:68   -   Removed the phrase ‘and the cock crew’.

   Mark 15:28   -   Removed entire verse: “And the scripture was fulfilled, which saith, And he was numbered with the transgressors!” (See comment for Matthew 27:35 above).
   Mark 16:9-20   -  Removed the last twelve verses of Mark.  (The testimony of the resurrected Jesus Christ is removed. How many years from now, and how many more revisions, before other resurrection testimonies are gone from text.

   Luke 1:28        -   Removed the phrase ‘blessed art thou among women’

   Luke 1:34        -   Changed Mary's words from ‘I know not a man’ to ‘I have no husband’. (This suggests fornication between Mary and Joseph, which could make Joseph the father of Jesus, and not the Spirit of God).

   Luke 2:14     -    Changed the phrase ‘goodwill toward men’ to ‘men on whom his favor rests’. (A total reversal of God’s plan of salvation for all. Not just for those whom are ‘favored’).

   Luke 2:22     -    Changed the word ‘her’ to ‘their’. (This suggests that Jesus Christ needed purification. That like any man, he was a sinner, and if a sinner, not qualified to be the Promise).

   Luke 2:33     -    Again denies the virgin birth by replacing ‘Joseph’ with ‘father’. (Implying that Jesus was just a normal man).

   Luke 2:43     -    Changed the phrase ‘Joseph and his mother’ to ‘parents’. (Again suggesting that Jesus Christ had a natural father and mother). 

   Luke 4:4       -    Removed the phrase ‘ but by every word of God’. (Removing this phrase destroys the intent of the answer Jesus Christ gave to the devil).

   Luke 4:8      -     Removed the phrase ‘Get thee behind me, Satan’

   Luke 4:18    -     Removed the phrase ‘he hath sent me to heal the broken hearted’.

   Luke 4:41    -     Removed the word ‘Christ’.  (The devils recognized Jesus as the Christ, the Son of God).

   Luke 6:48    -     Changed the phrase ‘founded upon a rock’ to ‘well built’

   Luke 9:54    -     Removed the phrase ‘even as Elijah did’
   Luke 9:55     -    Removed the phrase ‘ye know not what manner of spirit ye are of’

   Luke 9:56     -    Removed the phrase’ For the Son of man is not come to destroy men's lives, but to save them.’

   Luke 9:57     -    Removed the word ‘Lord’

   Luke 10:15     -    Removed the word ‘hell’

   Luke 11:2     -    Removed the phrase ‘that shall not be revealed; neither hid, that shall not be known’

   Luke 11:4     -    Removed the phrase ‘but deliver us from evil’

   Luke 11:29     -    Removed the word ‘the prophet’

   Luke 16:23     -    Removed the word ‘hell’

   Luke 17:36   -    Removed entire verse: "Two men shall be in the field; the one shall be taken, and the other left."

   Luke 21:4     -    Removed the phrase ‘cast in unto the offerings of God’

   Luke 21:8     -    Changed the phrase ‘I am Christ’ to ‘ I am He, the One’. (See comment of Mark 13:6).

   Luke 22:43   -   Removed entire verse: “And there appeared an angel unto him from heaven, strengthening him!” 

   Luke 22:44   -   Removed entire verse: “And being in agony he prayed more earnestly; and his sweat was as it were great drops of blood falling down to the groung!”

   Luke 22:64     -   Removed the phrase ‘they struck him on the face’

   Luke 23:17   -   Removed entire verse: "(For of necessity he must release one unto them at the feast.)"

   Luke 23:38     -   Removed the phrase ‘letters of Greek, Latin, and Hebrew’

   Luke 23:42     -   Removed the word ‘Lord’

   Luke 24:6     -   Removed the phrase ‘He is not here, but is risen’

   Luke 24:49     -   Removed the words ‘of Jerusalem’

   Luke 24:51   -   Raise doubt about the ascension of Christ by omitting the words ‘carried up into heaven’. (See Luke's later comments in Acts 1:1-2).

   John 1: 3      -   States that all things were made ‘by’ Jesus Christ, but changed to all things were just made ‘through’ Him, suggesting Jesus was an instrument, or servant, rather than God Himself

   John 1:14     -   Removed the word "begotten".  (The word begotten means to bring into being. The Father brought Jesus Christ into being, not natural man).
   John 1:27     -   Removed the phrase ‘is preferred before me’.  (Testifies of the fact that Jesus Christ is the only way to salvation). 

   John 3:13     -   Removed the phrase ‘which is in heaven’. (Taking the phrase out of the text leaves open the door to deny that Jesus Christ rose from the grave, and returned to heaven)

   John 3:15     -   Removed the phrase ‘should not perish’

   John 3:16     -   Again, removed the word ‘begotten’.    

   John 3:18     -   Removed the word ‘begotten’. (This continued practice of separating the origin of Jesus Christ from God serves to support the false idea that Jesus was just a man).

   John 4:42    -   Removed the words ‘the Christ’.

   John 5:3    -   Removed the phrase ‘ waiting for the moving of the water’.  (Because the next verse is removed entirely, the connection of why the people had gathered there is lost).
   John 5:4       -    Removed entire verse: "For an angel went down at a certain season into the pool, and troubled the water: whosoever then first after the troubling of the water stepped in was made whole of whatsoever disease he had."

   John 5:16    -    Removed the phrase ‘and sought to slay him’.  (Which would have shown the state of anger the Jews of the temple had for Jesus Christ, despite His good works).   

   John 5:29    -   Changed the word of ‘damnation’ to condemn or judgement. (The gnostic text does not believe in a literal place of punishment, after the resurrection and judgment of the dead).   
   John 6:47    -    Removed the words ‘on Me’. (Suggesting that one simply believe, denying that we must believe that Jesus Christ is the way, truth and the light shall hath eternal life).   

   John 6:69     -   Changed the words ‘Christ, the Son of the living God’ to ‘Holy One of God’. (anyone can claim, or even be considered holy, but there is only one true Son of God).    

   John 7:53 - 8:11   -   Removed the entire account of the woman taken in adultery that was to be stoned, where Jesus Christ told the scribes and pharisees: “He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her!”

   John 8:9    -    Removed the phrase ‘being convicted by their own conscience’. 
   John 8:47    -    Removed the phrase ‘heareth God's words’ to ‘hears what God says’. (Many false prophets have come claiming to have heard what God has said. But the Word of God will verify His Words).
   John 8:59    -   Removed the phrase ‘going through the midst of them, and so passed by’.

   John 9:4    -   Replaced the phrase ‘I must work the works‘ to ‘We must work the works’. (The change would imply that we are responsible for ‘works’).   

   John 9:35     -   Replaced ‘Son of God’ to ‘Son of Man’, (Another attempt to humanize Jesus by using His own words against Him).
   John 11:41     -   Removed the phrase ‘For the place where the dead was laid’. (A reference to the fact that He had payed the ultimate price to save the world).   

   John 14:2     -   Replaced the word ‘mansions’ to ‘rooms’, or ‘dwelling places’. (The use of the term mansions does more justice to the gift we are given, than simple rooms or dwelling places).

   John 14:16     -   Replaced the word ‘Comforter’ to ‘Helper’. (Significant difference between a helper and the love, peace and joy given by the one who gives us comfort).
   John 16:16    -   Removed the phrase ‘because I go to the Father’ (Attempt to suggest that Jesus Christ did not rise from the grave).
   John 17:12    -   Removed the phrase ‘in the world’.    

    Acts 1:3       -   Omits the word ‘infallible’. (Suggesting that the resurrected Christ could be a fable).

   Acts 2:30     -   Removed the phrase ‘he would raise up Christ’.    

   Acts 2:31     -   Removed the word ‘hell’.    

   Acts 2:38     -   Replaced the phrase ‘remission of sins’ to ‘forgiveness of sins’. (The act of remission means that the debt has been paid).

   Acts 3:13     -   Replaced ‘Son’ with ‘servant’

   Acts 3:26     -   Replaced ‘Son’ with ‘servant’

   Acts 4:27     -   Uses the word ‘servant’ (which suggests that Jesus was not God's Son)

   Acts 4:30     -   Replaced ‘Son’ with ‘servant’

   Acts 7:30     -   Removed the phrase angel ‘of the Lord’.
   Acts 7:37     -   Removed the phrase ‘Him shall ye hear’.

   Acts 7: 45    -   Replaced the name of ‘Jesus’ with the name ‘Joshua’. (By no other name than Jesus Christ are we saved).

   Acts 8:37    -   Removed the entire verse: 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!” (Without the belief that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, the baptism is worthless. Why then, would the revisionists removed this verse)?

   Acts 9:5        -   Removed the phrase ‘it is hard for thee to kick against the pricks’. (Illustrates that the Spirit of God was working to convict the heart of Saul (Paul).
   Acts 10:6     -   Removed the phrase ‘he shall tell thee what thou oughtest to do’   

   Acts 15:11     -   Removed the word ‘Christ’
   Acts 15:34     -   Removed entire verse

   Acts 16:31     -   Removed the word ‘Christ’.

   Acts 17:16     -   Replaced the word ‘stirred’ to ‘provoked’.  (The word provoke means to incite anger. Was Paul angry, or was he stirred up by the Holy Spirit to bring truth to the lost?)    

   Acts 17:22     -   Replaced the name of ‘Mars Hill’ to’ Areopagus’.    

   Acts 17:22     -   Replaces the word ‘superstitious’ to ‘religious’. (As noted in Part II, Mars Hill was a place where they engaged in orgies, drugs and child sacrifice. The only religion that practices such acts are satanic).    

   Acts 17:26     -   Removed the word ‘blood’.
   Acts 17:29     -   Replaced ‘Godhead’ to ‘Divine Nature’ , or ‘divine being’. (Pagan gnostic belief is to become a divine being, by having a divine nature. This nature is dependant upon the knowledge existent in the universe, not from the knowledge of God).
   Acts 19:35     -   Omitted the word ‘worshiper’ . (Changes the context of the text)    

   Acts 20:21     -   Removed the word ‘Christ’
   Acts 20:24     -   Removed the phrase ‘none of these things move me’. (In other words, the threats of bonds and afflictions would not keep Paul from finishing the work given him).
   Acts 20:25     -   Removed the words ‘of God’. 
   Acts 23:9     -   Removed the phrase ‘let us not fight against God’.
   Acts 24:7     -   Removed the entire verse: ‘But the chief captain Lysias came upon us, and with great violence took him away out of our hands!” ( This omission gives the impression that the Jews were acting in harmony with Roman law. But, this omission hides the fact that 40 men had sworn an oath to kill Paul as soon as he was released, and therefore, the captain of the guard saved Paul’s life by taking him to the governor himself, because, as Acts 23: 29 states, he had found no justification for death or bonds).   

   Acts 24:14       -   Replaced the word ‘heresy’ to ‘sect’.
   Acts 24:15       -   Removed the phrase ‘of the dead’

   Acts 28:16       -   Removed the phrase ‘suffered to dwell by himself with a soldier that kept him’    
   Acts 28:29       -   Removed entire verse

   Romans 1:3    -   Removed the phrase ‘Jesus Christ our Lord’
   Romans 1:16  -   Removed the words ‘of Christ’
   Romans 1:18  -   Replaced the phrase ‘hold the truth’ to ‘suppress the truth’. (There is a difference between demonstrating the truth in an unrighteous manner, such as justifying one’s acts by misrepresenting scripture (prosperity doctrine) than from hiding the truth, like the Catholic Church did for many centuries)..
   Romans 1:25  -   Replaced the phrase ‘changed the truth’ to ‘exchanged the truth’
   Romans 1:29  -   Removed the word ‘fornication’. (Modern sexual behavior is more tolerant thanks to verses like this one).
   Romans 6:8    -   Replaced the phrase ‘we be dead’ to ‘we died’. (The text is written so that one understands that if we be dead, meaning dead to the world, while we are alive, we shall also live with Him. But if we say we died, then the meaning changes to we are alive to Him in heaven, but dead to the world, in the grave).
   Romans 6:11  -   Removed the words ‘our Lord’
   Romans 8:1    -   Removed the phrase ‘who walk not after the flesh, but after the spirit’. (Did the scholars really think that walking in the flesh would not bring condemnation?).   

   Romans 9:28  -   Takes out the words ‘in righteousness’.
   Romans 10:15  -  Removed the phrase ‘the gospel of peace, and bring glad tidings of good things’    

   Romans 10:17    -  Replaced the phrase ‘word of God’ to’ word of Christ’. (The word Christ, by itself, can mean any one).    

   Romans 11:6      -   Removed the phrase ‘But if it be of works, then it is no more grace: otherwise work is no more work’. 

   Romans 13:2      -   Replaced the word ‘damnation’ with ‘judgment’.    

   Romans 13:9      -   Removed the phrase ‘Thou shall not bear false witness’. (Why leave this commandment out?).    

   Romans 14:6      -   Removed the phrase ‘and he that eateth not, to the Lord he eateth not, and giveth God thanks’.
   Romans 14:21    -  Removed the phrase ‘or is offended, or is made weak’    

   Romans 14:23    -  Replaced the word ‘damned’ with the word ‘condemned’.    

   Romans 15:8      -   Removed the name of ‘Jesus’. (By removing the name of  Jesus from the text, the revisionists are denying that Jesus Christ fulfilled the promises made unto the fathers).    
   Romans 15:19    -   Removed the words ‘of God’
   Romans 15:29    -   Removed the phrase ‘of the gospel’
   Romans 16:18    -   Replaced the phrase ‘good words and fair speeches’ with the phrase ‘smooth talk and flattery’. (Good words are truth, but smooth talk could be deceptive. Fair speeches can emphasize truth, but lies can flatter).
   Romans 16:24    -   Removed entire verse: ‘The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all, amen’.

   I Cor. 1: 18       -   Replaced the words ‘are saved’ with ‘are being saved’.  (Implies salvation by works).

   I Cor. 1:21         -   Changed the phrase ‘foolishness of preaching’ to ‘foolishness of the message preached’. (The reference was made to the idea that salvation could be found by a simple message, which confounds the knowledge of men. Changing this to the foolishness of the message, means that the message (salvation) itself is foolish).

   I Cor. 1:22         -   Replaced the word ‘require’ with the word ‘request’.  (That the Jews required a sign is consistent with Judaic history. The Jews never asked for a sign, and would believe unless one had been given).
   I Cor. 5:4         -   Removed the title of ‘Christ’ from the name of Jesus (twice). WHY?    

   I Cor. 5:7       -   Removed the words ‘for us’. (The sacrifice of Jesus Christ)
   I Cor. 6:9       -   Replaced the word ‘effeminate’ with the term ‘male prostitutes’.
   I Cor. 6:20       -   Removed the phrase ‘and in your spirit, which are God's’. (Since when are we to glorify God in the body?
   I Cor. 7:5       -   Removed the word ‘fasting’. (Prayer and fasting requires a humble and repentant heart)    

   I Cor. 7:39       -   Removed ‘by the law’.  (As long as the wife lives up to the law, she is no longer bound. Of course modern morals dictate this change).    

   I Cor. 9:1       -   Removed the word of ‘Christ’
   I Cor. 9:27       -   Replaced the phrase ‘I keep my body’ with ‘I beat my body’. (Self abuse is one of the many practices offered in witchcraft).
   I Cor. 9:27       -   Replaced the word ‘castaway’ with ‘disqualified’.
   I Cor. 10:28   -   Removed the phrase ‘for the earth is the Lord's, and the fulness thereof’)     
   I Cor. 11:11   -   Removed the phrase ‘in the Lord’.
   I Cor. 11:24   -   Removed the phrase of ‘take eat: (this is my body, which is) ‘broken’ (If we are to do this in remembrance of Him, the key word here is broken, because our communion celebrates the price Jesus Christ paid for us. Why remove this cherished memory?).
   I Cor. 11:29   -   Replaced the word ‘damnation’ with the word ‘judgment.’      

   I Cor. 11:29   -   Removed the word ‘unworthily’ (By removing this word, most do not realize that the taking of communion requires a changed heart. And an worthy heart will be damned).   
   I Cor. 14:33   -   Replaced the phrase ‘author of confusion’ with the phrase ‘a God of disorder’.
( This rendering of text redirects the reader away from God’s ability to reveal truth, to His ability to keep order. The subject of this chapter is prophecy itself, not about administration of the Spirit).
   I Cor. 15:47   -   Replaced the term ‘Lord from heaven’ with the term ‘man from heaven’. (Again, this would suggest that Jesus Christ is a man, and not God).
   I Cor. 15:55   -   Replaced the word ‘grave’ with the word ‘Hades. (The dead in Christ so not reside in Hades. To suggest that they do is to blaspheme the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ).    

   I Cor. 16:22     -   Removed the name of ‘Jesus Christ. (I believe the Bible is clear that our salvation comes only through Jesus Christ the Lord. Not simply Lord, which leaves open the opportunity to suggest another).   

    I Cor. 16:23    -   Removed the title ‘Christ’. (Again)

   II Cor. 2:10        -   Replaced the phrase ‘person of Christ’ with ‘presence of Christ’.
   II Cor. 2:15     -   Replaced the phrase ‘to them that are saved’ with ‘to them that are being saved’. (The plan of salvation is complete by the blood of Jesus Christ. He confirmed the work. But this rendering suggests that salvation is based upon continual works ).   
   II Cor. 2:17       -   Replaced the word ‘corrupt’ with the word ‘peddle’.  (Paul is saying that we are not like the many that CORRUPT the word. If anything, those that do corrupt the word are the one’s who gain by peddling or selling the word of God).
   II Cor.4:6       -   Removed the name of ‘Jesus’ (What else)?
   II Cor. 4:10       -   Removed the title ‘the Lord’    

   II Cor. 5:17       -   Replaced the word ‘creature’ with the word ‘creation’. ( A new person is not the same as a new people or species).   

   II Cor. 5:18       -   Removed the name of ‘Jesus’    

   II Cor.10:5       -   Replaced the phrase ‘Casting down imaginations’ with the phrase ‘We demolish arguments’. (True love, one towards another can be seen by one’s willingness to present an argument for or against mistaken or false teaching by the Word of God, not the imaginations of men).
   II Cor.11:6       -   Replaced the word ‘rude’ with ‘untrained’.     

  II Cor.11:31       -   Removed the word ‘Christ’

   Gal. 2:20       -   Removed the phrase ‘nevertheless I Live’.     

   Gal. 3:1       -   Removed the phrase ‘that ye should not obey the truth’.     

   Gal.3:17       -   Removed the term ’in Christ’ (Our salvation is confirmed by God through Jesus Christ only)    

   Gal. 4:7       -   Removes the phrase ‘through Christ’.
   Gal. 5:4      -   Replaced the phrase ‘no effect’ with the phrase ‘estranged from’.     

   Gal. 6:15      -   Removed the phrase ‘For in Christ Jesus’    

   Gal. 6:17      -   Removed the title ‘the Lord’

   Ephesians 1:6     -   Removed the phrase ‘accepted in the beloved’
   Ephesians 3:9     -   Removed the phrase ‘by Jesus Christ’. (He who created all things) .   

   Ephesians 3:14   -   Removed the phrase ‘of our Lord Jesus Christ’    

   Ephesians 5:9     -   Replaced the phrase ‘fruit of the Spirit’ with ‘fruit of the light’. (In satanic circles, the term ‘light’ is associated with Lucifer).    

   Ephesians 5:30   -   Removed the phrase ‘of his flesh, and of his bones’.

   Philippians 2:6   -   Is changed from:’“Who, being in the form of God, thought it not robbery to be equal with God’ with the phrase ‘Who, being in very nature God, did not consider equality with God something to be grasped’  (Again tries to relegate Jesus Christ to the level of man)

   Philippians 2:7   -   Replaced the word ‘made’ with ‘emptied’     ,

   Philippians 3:8   -   Replaced the word ‘dung’ with the word ‘rubbish’.    

   Philippians 3:16 -   Removed the phrase ‘of Christ, that I have not run in vain, neither labored in vain’    

   Philippians 4:13 -   Replaced the words ‘through Christ’ with the words ‘through him’.

   Colossians 1:2    -   Removed the phrase ‘and the Lord Jesus Christ’.  (Why is it so hard for the scholars to pay respect for the working of Jesus Christ in our lives)?   

   Colossians 1:14  -   Removed the phrase ‘through His blood’.     

   Colossians 1:28  -   Removed the name of ‘Jesus’    

   Colossians 3:6    -   Removed the phrase ‘on the children of disobedience’.

   I Thess. 1:1        -    Removed the phrase ‘from God our Father, and the Lord Jesus Christ’    
   I Thess. 2:19      -    Removed the title ‘Christ’    

   I Thess. 3:11      -    Removed the title ‘Christ’    

   I Thess. 3:13      -    Removed the title ‘Christ’
   I Thess. 5:22      -    Replaced the phrase ‘all appearance of evil’ with the phrase ‘every form of evil’.    

   II Thess. 1:8       -    Removed the title ‘Christ’    

   II Thess. 1:12     -    Removed the title ‘Christ’

   II Thess. 2: 3      -    Replaced the phrase of ‘as that the day of Christ is at hand’ with the phrase  ‘as the day of Christ had come’. (See section B: Prophecy)   

   I Timothy 1:1     -    Removed the title ‘Lord’    

   I Timothy 1:17   -    Removed the word ‘wise’. (I suppose the scholars did not think God deserved such a title, otherwise, why omit this word?).   

   I Timothy 2:7    -     Removed the phrase ‘in Christ’.

   I Timothy 3:16  -     Removed the word ‘God’ - ‘was manifest in the flesh’. (Denies again the Deity of Christ and the incarnation of God in the flesh).    

   I Timothy 4:12  -     Removes the phrase ‘in spirit’    

   I Timothy 5:21  -     Removes the word ‘Lord’.    

   I Timothy 6:1    -     Replaced the word ‘blasphemed’ to ‘spoken against’. (From God’s perspective, the word blaspheme is much more accurate).
   I Timothy 6:5     -     Removed the phrase ‘from such withdraw thyself’.    

   I Timothy 6:10   -     Replaced the phrase ‘root of all evil’ with the phrase ‘root of all kinds of evil’    

   I Timothy 6:19   -     Replaced the phrase ‘eternal life’ with the phrase ‘the life that is truly life’.(Changes the significance of the verse).    

   I Timothy 6:20   -     Replaced the word ‘science with the word ‘knowledge’.     

  II Timothy 1:11   -    Removes the phrase ’of the gentiles’
  II Timothy 2:15   -     Removed the word ‘study’ (Should we not study the word of God?)    
  II Timothy 3:3     -    Replaced the phrase ‘of those that are good’ with the word ‘good’. (These don’t not hate good in itself, but those that are good, meaning Christians).    
  II Timothy 4:1     -     Removed the phrase ‘the Lord’
  II Timothy 4:22   -     Removed the phrase ‘Jesus Christ’.    

  Hebrews 1:3        -    Replaced the phrase ‘by himself purged our sins’ with the phrase ‘provided purification for sins’.     

  Hebrews 2:7        -    Removed the phrase ‘and didst set him over the works of thy hands’. (Another reference denying that Jesus Christ was also God).    

  Hebrews 3:1        -    Removed the title ‘Christ Jesus’    

  Hebrews 4:8        -    Replaced the name of ‘Jesus’ with the name ’ Joshua’. (?)

  Hebrews 7:21      -    Removed the phrase ‘after the order of Melchisedec’.

  Hebrews 10:14    -    Replaces ‘are sanctified’ with ‘are being sanctified’. (Faith is not by works. This suggests that some one being sanctified is not a result of Jesus Christ alone).

  Hebrews 10:34    -    Removed the phrase ‘in heaven’.     

  Hebrews 11:11    -    Removed the phrase ‘was delivered of a child’.

  James 5:16           -     Replaced the word ‘faults’ with the word ‘sins’. (One does not confess their sins to any one other than Jesus Christ. But this change was made to give the priesthood that right).
   I Peter 1:22        -      Removed the phrase ‘through the Spirit’. (Truth comes from the Spirit).    
   I Peter 2:2          -       Removed the phrase ‘of the word’. (One cannot grow without studying the WORD).    

   I Peter 2:2          -       Replaced the phrase ‘grow thereby’ with the phrase ‘grow up in your salvation’. (Again, one must grow by the Word, not by working for salvation).    

   I Peter 3:15          -       Replaced the phrase ‘the Lord God’ with the phrase ‘Christ as Lord’.    
   I Peter 4:1          -       Removed the phrase ‘for us’. (Jesus Christ suffered for us, not simply suffered).    

   I Peter 4:14          -       Removed the phrase ‘on their part he is evil spoken of, but on your part he is glorified’. (Our faithfulness, despite reproach glorifies God by the change that He made in us, as this testimony demonstrates).    

   I Peter 5:10         -        Removed the name of ‘Jesus’ from the title of Christ.    
   I Peter 5:11        -        Removed the word ‘glory’.    

   I Peter 5:14        -        Removed the name of ‘ Jesus’ from the title of Christ.    
  II Peter 2:1        -        Replaced the word ‘damnable’ with the word ‘destructive’. (False prophets can cause destructive teachings, but the word damnable describes the results of their works).    

  II Peter 2:17        -        Removed the phrase ‘for ever’. (Punishment is for ever, something the gnostic does not believe)    

  II Peter 3:9        -        Replaced the word ‘us-ward’ with the word ‘you’. 

    I John 1:7       -        Removed the word ‘Christ’ .

   I John 3:16        -        Removed the phrase ‘of God’. (The love of God is the very reason He sent Himself to die for us).    

   I John 4:3        -        Removed the phrase ‘Christ is come in the flesh’.      

   I John 4:9        -        Removed the word ‘begotten’.    

   I John 4:19        -        Removed the word ‘him’ (That we might live through him)     

   I John 5:7        -        Removed the whole verse or places it in marginal notes to raise doubt about the Trinity of God.

   I John 5:8        -        Removed the phrase ‘and there are three that bear witness in earth’.   
   I John 5:13        -        Removed the phrase ‘and that ye may believe on the name of the Son of God’.    

   II  John 1:3        -        Removed the phrase ‘the Lord’    

   Jude 1:25        -        Removed the word ‘wise’ (Referring to God)    

   Rev. 1:8        -        Removed the phrase ‘the beginning and the ending’.    

   Rev. 1:9        -        Removed the title of ‘Christ’. (2 times in the verse)    

   Rev. 1:11        -        Removed the phrase ‘I am Alpha and Omega, the first and the last’ .    
   Rev. 1:18       -        Removed the word ‘hell’.    

   Rev. 2:13        -        Replaced the phrase ‘Satan's seat’ with the phrase ‘Satan s throne’.    
   Rev. 2:15       -      Removed the phrase ‘which thing I hate’. (The word Greek word of Nicolaitans means to assert or have power over the laity or congregation, something many cult churches demand).    

   Rev. 5:14       -      Removed the phrase ‘Him that liveth for ever and ever’.    

   Rev. 6:8       -      Removed the word ‘Hell’.    

   Rev. 6:17       -      Replaced the phrase ‘his wrath’ with the phrase ‘their wrath’.     

   Rev. 8:13       -      Replaced the word ‘angel’ with the word ‘eagle’.    

   Rev. 11:15       -      Replaced the word ‘kingdoms’ of this world with ‘kingdom’ of this world.    
   Rev. 11:17       -      Removed the phrase ‘and art to come’.    

   Rev. 12:12      -      Removed the phrase ‘inhabiters of’.     

   Rev. 12:17       -      Removed the title ‘Christ’.    

   Rev. 14:5       -      Removed the phrase ‘before the throne of God’    

   Rev. 15:3       -      Replaced the phrase ‘King of saints’ with the phrase ‘King of the ages’.    
   Rev. 16:5       -      Removes the phrase ‘and shalt be’.    

   Rev. 16:7       -      Replaced the phrase ‘And I heard another out of the altar say’ with the phrase ‘And I heard the altar respond’.
   Rev. 20:9       -      Removed the phrase ‘from God out of’ heaven. (An important phrase because Jesus Christ and His saints will be ruling on earth at this time. That is why God sent the fire from heaven. If it is claimed that Jesus Christ is not on the earth with His saints at that time, then the false church could claim that their Christ sent the fire).   

   Rev. 20:12      -      Replaced the word ‘God’ with the word ‘throne’. (We will stand before God on Judgment Day, and not the throne of the beast as will be claimed during the Great tribulation).    
   Rev. 20:13       -      Removed the word ‘hell’.    

   Rev. 20:14       -      Removed the word ‘hell’. (Another important verse, because if hell is simply the grave as many teach, then some will not fear punishment. But since hell itself shall be cast into the Lake of fire, the second death is total punishment).   

   Rev. 21:24       -     Removed the phrase ‘of them which are saved’. (Not everyone, but those whom are saved shall walk in the light of the Lamb).    

   Rev. 22:14       -    Replaced the phrase ‘do his commandments’ with the phrase ‘wash their robes’.    

   Rev. 22:21       -    Removed the title ‘Christ’.    

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