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Why we use the King James Version

Holy BibleWe are often asked the question, “Why do you use the King James Version of the Bible?”

When we speak of the King James Version of 1611, we are referring to the Bible  used by George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and our great grandparents. Great revivals have been brought about by the proclamation of this Book, which stands alone in its accuracy and in its exaltation of the deity of our Lord Jesus Christ. This Bible has no copyright; it has been freely copied into the masonry of our early government buildings and the Liberty Bell.  For centuries it was simply known as “The Holy Bible;” however, in these modern days of multiple versions, we call it  “The King James Version” in order to avoid confusion. (King James of England did not translate but only authorized the translation so that all people in his kingdom could have access to God’s Word). This Bible has stood the test of time and is loved by those who know it well. We believe that God has promised to preserve His words and that the King James Bible is God’s preserved Word for the English-speaking people.

Psalms 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 for ever.”

 

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Lesson one: Check out I John 5:7
Does your Bible version say, “There are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one?” It should say this. This is one of the greatest verses in the Bible that proves that Jesus is God. Jesus is called the Word (John 1:1,14; Revelation 19:13). Jesus is one with the Father and the Holy Ghost. He is one of the Trinity. However, newer versions have eliminated this verse altogether. The newer versions have divided verse 8 and used part of verse 8 in the place of verse 7, so you will not know that verse 7 of the King James Bible is missing. The King James Bible of 1611 is based on manuscripts that were copied by believers in Antioch. The newer versions of the Bible are based on manuscripts from Alexandria, Egypt. The multiple manuscripts from Alexandria do not even agree with each other, because they been changed to reflect the beliefs of the copiers. They did not believe in the Truine God or that Jesus was one of the Trinity.

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Lesson two: Check out Hebrews 7:26
Does your Bible says that Jesus is “separate” from sinners? Or does your modern Bible version say that Jesus was “separated” from sinners? That “d” on the end of the word is very subtle, but it makes a huge difference! Jesus was sinless and was never was a sinner. To be separated from sinners implies that Jesus once a sinner. (When you separate an egg, you separate the yolk from the white. The yolk and white once were all together, but you have separated the two). The King James Bible (the Bible our country was founded upon) does not attack the deity of Jesus. It correctly translates Hebrews 7:26 and says that Jesus was separate from sinners. There are many verses in the modern versions that attack the deity of Jesus either in the verses themselves or in the footnotes. The attack is deliberate. Modern Bible versions are translated from corrupt Greek texts that were written centuries ago by men who were not Christians. They were Gnostics and Arians. These men did not believe in the Trinity. They did not believe in the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost as our one Almighty God in three Persons. The men who wrote these corrupt manuscripts thought that Jesus was just a man who was honored for his goodness. They believed that the “Christ” was an “entity” that came on Jesus at his baptism and left Jesus at his crucifixion. In their minds, Jesus was to be honored, but He was not the Almighty God: they did not believe that God became a man and took on a body of flesh and bones. Many well meaning Christians, including ministers, do not realize Satan’s plan to subvert the belief in the Trinity. The Muslims cry “Allah had no son!” The modern Bible versions will not have the words to prove them wrong. But the King James Version (KJV) has the words to prove them wrong! God has preserved His words through the centuries, and for the English speaking people, His word is preserved in the King James Bible which is translated from the Greek texts which were not corrupted by those who did not believe in the Trinity.

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Lesson three: Check out Acts 4:27 and 4:30
Does your Bible say in Acts 4: 27,30 “holy child Jesus” or does it say “holy servant Jesus?” The King James Bible (the Bible our country was founded upon) says “holy child Jesus”, but the modern versions of the Bible have changed the word “child” to “servant”, because the modern versions are translated from corrupt Greek texts that were written centuries ago by men who were not Christians. They were Gnostics and Arians. These men did not believe in the Trinity. They did not believe in the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost as our one Almighty God in three Persons. The men who wrote these corrupt manuscripts thought that Jesus was just a man who was honored for his goodness. They believed that “the Christ” was an “entity” that came on Jesus at his baptism and left Jesus at his crucifixion. Therefore, they did not believe that Jesus was holy as a child, and so they changed the word “child” to “servant”.

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Lesson four: Check out John 5:22 and Revelation 20:12
John 5:22 tells us that the Father has given all judgment to the Son. Then turn in your Bible to Revelation 20:12 where the King James Version (the Bible of our great-grandparents) says that on judgment day people will stand before God to be judged. “And I saw the dead, small and great, stand before God;…” The newer versions of the Bible have changed the word “God” to “throne.” It was not changed because the word “throne” is easier to understand. It was changed because newer Bible translations have been based on corrupt manuscripts (handwritten) which were produced by men who did not believe that Jesus was God. If these men allowed the word “God” to remain in Revelation 20:12, that would exalt Jesus as God Almighty, since Jesus said that the Father had given all judgment to the Son. There are two main corrupt texts, and they were written in the fourth century. They disagree with each in over three thousand places in the Gospels alone. Of all the manuscripts of the New Testament that have been found, 90% percent of them agree with each other [These are called the Received Text (Textus Receptus)]. The King James Bible of 1611 is the only version available in the English language for purchase today that is based on the Textus Receptus. The modern versions are based on the 10% of manuscripts that do not agree with the 90%, and they do not even agree with each other. Friend, if you do not know Jesus Christ as your Saviour, and you want to know more about Him, buy a King James Version of the Bible. It may be a little harder to understand, but it tells you the truth about Jesus— that He is God, our Creator. Ask God to give you understanding, and He will help you to understand this Bible. Luke 24:45 “Then opened he their understanding, that they might understand the scriptures.”

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Lesson five: Check out I Timothy 3:16
In the King James Version (the Bible version our grandparents used) it says in
1 Tim 3:16, “And without controversy great is the mystery of godliness: God was manifest in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the Gentiles, believed on in the world, received up into glory.” This is one of the clearest verses in the Bible that tells us that Jesus is God. However, modern versions have removed the word “God” from this verse and replaced it with “he”. The word “God” was not removed to make the Bible easier to understand. It was removed because the modern Bible versions are based on corrupt manuscripts which were written by Gnostics and Arians who did not believe in the Trinity. Dear Bible believer, will your grandchildren be able to find the deity of Jesus in your modern version? Will they believe when you tell them He is God, if you have no scripture to back up your words? Can you find the deity verses in your modern version? If they are still there, only a few remain, and each new edition eliminates more and more of the verses that you need to prove this most important doctrine to your loved ones.

THE HISTORY OF “THE KING JAMES BIBLE”
This Holy Bible is the same Bible used by George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Laura Ingalls, and most of our great grandparents. This Bible has no copyright; it has been freely copied into the masonry of our early government buildings and the Liberty Bell. For centuries it was simply known as “The Holy Bible;” however, in these modern days of multiple versions, we call it “The King James Version” in order to avoid confusion. (King James of England did not translate but only authorized the translation.) The King James Bible is the first printed English Bible to be translated directly from the Greek and Hebrew without men’s opinions added in the margins. This Bible has stood the test of time and is loved by those who know it well.

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Lesson six: Check out John 3:13
In the King James Version John 3:13 says, “And no man hath ascended up to heaven, but he that came down from heaven, even the Son of man which is in heaven.” Jesus is speaking while He was on the earth, and He said He came down from heaven and is in heaven. How could He be on earth and in heaven at the same time? He can be in both places at once because He is the God of the universe. He is omnipresent (everywhere at once). Newer Bible versions, however, have deleted the phrase “which is in heaven”. The footnote in the New International Version (NIV) tells us that the phrase was deleted because it was not found in some manuscripts (early handwritten copies). Those manuscripts were copied by editors who did not believe that Jesus was God, so the phrase was removed. Sadly, the New International Version is one of the best sellers in Christian bookstores.

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Lesson seven: Check out Micah 5:2
In the Old Testament, Micah prophesied in 700 B.C. that the Saviour would be born in Bethlehem.
The King James Version: Micah 5:2 “But thou, Bethlehem Ephratah, though thou be little among the thousands of Judah, yet out of thee shall he come forth unto me that is to be ruler in Israel; whose goings forth have been from of old, from everlasting.” Micah said that this ruler from Bethelem would have no beginning —He would be from everlasting. Psalms 90:2 says, “…from everlasting to everlasting, thou art God.” Only God is from everlasting. So I can tell you that the Babe born in Bethlehem is God, because he is from everlasting—he had no beginning. However, the modern versions have removed the word “everlasting” from Micah 5:2. The word “everlasting” was removed because the modern versions are based on corrupted manuscripts written by those who did not believe that Jesus was God.

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Lesson eight: Check out Romans 1:3
The King James Version correctly states in Romans 1:3 “Concerning his Son Jesus Christ our Lord, which was made of the seed of David according to the flesh;” That is what the King James Bible says about Jesus. However, the NIV (the New International Version) says, “regarding his Son, who as to his human nature was a descendant of David,” What??? Jesus did not have a human nature! He had a divine nature. If he had a human nature, he would have had a sinful nature. There are two reasons why the writers of the corrupt versions changed this verse: 1) they were Gnostics and Arians and therefore did not believe that God came in a body of flesh as Romans 1:3 states. 2) they did not believe that Jesus the man was sinless; they believed that he was a sinner (see lessons 1 and 2).

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Lesson nine: check out John 1:26-30
John the Baptist was born 6 months before Jesus (Luke 1),yet John says of Jesus in verse 30, “…he was before me.” John knew that Jesus existed Jesus existed as the eternal God before John was conceived. Also, John the Baptist says of Jesus in verses 15, 27, and 30 “…he is preferred before me…;” Jesus was preferred before John, not because He worked to be a better person than John, but because He is God. The modern versions completely eliminate the phrase “preferred before me” in verse 15, 27, and 30; in verses 15 and 30 some modern versions replace the phrase with “has surpassed me.” That change leads the reader to think that Jesus and John were at one time equal, but then Jesus surpassed John. The truth is that Jesus was always above John, because Jesus is God.

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Lesson ten: check out Ephesians 5:30; Mark 6:2; I Corinthians 11:24; II Corinthians 2:10; I John 4:3
The King James Bible says, “For we are members of his body, of his flesh and of his bones.” The modern versions remove “of his flesh, and of his bones” because the writers of the corrupt manuscripts on which the modern versions are based believed that Jesus was a mere man and that the Christ was an “entity” that came upon Jesus at his baptism and left at his crucifixion. In their minds, since the Christ was just an entity, they did not believe the Christ had flesh and bones. The writers of the corrupt manuscripts left the word “body” intact in the verse, because the word “body” does not have to refer to flesh and bones (examples: a paragraph has a body; a car has a body) See also Mark 6:2 which says in the King James Version, “and what wisdom is this which is given unto him, that even such mighty works are wrought by his hands?” Some modern versions remove “by his hands” because the writers did not believe that the hands of Jesus performed the miracles—they believe it was the Christ entity within Him. See also I Corinthians 11:24 which says in the King James Bible that Jesus body was broken for us—- the word broken is eliminated in the new versions because the Gnostics did not believe Jesus’ body was broken for us, but that his body was only available to us so that the Christ spirit could dwell within it. See also, II Corinthians 2:10 which says in the King James Bible “in the person of Christ”. The newer versions change “person” to “sight” or “presence,” because the Gnostics did not believe that the Christ was a person–it was just an entity. See also, I John 4:3 in the King James Version which says, “Every spirit that confesseth not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh is not of God.” That means that Jesus Christ came to this earth in a body of flesh and whoever does not believe that is not God. However, the modern Bible versions have changed the verse to read, “every spirit that does not acknowledge Jesus is not from God.” Of course, Satan is too clever to have all the verses on this subject removed—that must be done slowly over a period of time so that the Christians do not notice the changes.

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Lesson eleven: check out Philippians 2:5-6
The King James Bible says, “Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus: Who, being in the form of God, thought it not robbery to be equal with God:” That means that Jesus did not rob God the Father of any glory by being equal with him. However, the modern Bible versions say that Jesus “did not consider equality with God something to be grasped,” which means that Jesus did not believe He could be equal with God!!! There are many verses in the modern versions that attack the deity of Jesus either in the verses themselves or in the footnotes. The attack is deliberate. Modern Bible versions are translated from corrupt Greek texts that were written centuries ago by men who were not Christians. They were Gnostics and Arians. These men did not believe in the Trinity. They did not believe in the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost as our one Almighty God in three Persons. The men who wrote these corrupt manuscripts thought that Jesus was just a man who was honored for his goodness. They believed that the “Christ” was an “entity” that came on Jesus at his baptism and left Jesus at his crucifixion. In their minds, Jesus was to be honored, but He was not the Almighty God.

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Lesson twelve: check out Luke 2:33
The King James Version (KJV) says, “And Joseph and his mother marvelled at those things which were spoken of him.” However, the modern Bible versions have replaced the word “Joseph” with “father.” Joseph was not the father of Jesus! This verse was changed to cast doubt on the virgin birth of Christ. The modern Bible versions follow the corrupt manuscripts which were written by men who did not believe that Jesus was God. It should be noted that Mary, the mother of Jesus once referred to Joseph as the father of Jesus, but Jesus gently rebuked her. See Luke 2:46-50 where Mary and Joseph were worried because they could not find Jesus in the crowd as they travelled home from the Passover Feast in Jerusalem. They later found Jesus, who was 12 at the time, at the temple conversing with the leaders in the temple. (The leaders were astonished at his understanding and his answers) When Mary and Joseph found him, they were amazed, and Mary said to him, “Son, why hast thou thus dealt with us? behold, thy father and I have sought thee sorrowing.” Without thinking, Mary had referred to Joseph as Jesus’ father, but Jesus gently rebuked her in verse 49: “Wist (knew) ye not that I must be about my Father’s business?” God was Jesus’ Father! Jesus was in the temple doing His Father’s business! (Joseph’s business was that of a carpenter.) Jesus is one of the Trinity, the Almighty God of heaven. He is called the Son of God, because He came forth from the Father in heaven to be born in the manger of Bethlehem, but he is not inferior in any way to the Father. Jesus said in John 5:23, “That all men should honour the Son, even as they honour the Father. He that honoureth not the Son honoureth not the Father which hath sent him.” And in John 14:9, “he that hath seen me hath seen the Father; and how sayest thou then, Shew us the Father?

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Lesson thirteen: check out Isaiah 14:12
The King James Version (the Holy Bible of your great-grandparents) says, “How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning!” This is the only verse in the Bible that mentions the name of Lucifer, whom we know as Satan. The modern Bible versions delete the name of Lucifer and replace it with “morning star.” In a popular modern version the verse says this: “How you have fallen from heaven, O morning star…” WAIT! According to Revelation 22:16 in the King James Bible we know that Jesus is the Morning Star: “I Jesus have sent mine angel to testify unto you these things in the churches. I am the root and the offspring of David, and the bright and morning star.” So we see that the modern versions not only attack the deity of Christ, they confuse Jesus with Lucifer! Two men (Westcott and Hort) who were very much involved in the occult, produced corrupt texts upon which our modern versions are based. Westcott and Hort denied the existence of a literal devil and a literal hell. Westcott believed that heaven and the second coming of Jesus were allegories. Hort doubted the reality of angels, suggested there are degrees to salvation, and doubted the oneness of the Trinity. There are many verses in the modern versions that reflect their beliefs. Can you trust a version of the Bible based on the texts of these men?

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Lesson fourteen: Check out Revelation 1:8, 11, 17.
The King James Bible proves that Jesus is God Almighty in chapter one of the book of Revelation. This is proven by using three particular verses together: verses 8, 11 and 17. Verse 8 tells us that God Almighty is also called Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending. Verse 11 tells us that the voice of the one who is speaking behind John is called the Alpha and the Omega, the first and the last. Verses 13 through 18 tells us that the one speaking to John is the Son of God. Verse 17 tells us that Jesus is the first and the last and that was dead but now he lives. If the Almighty is Alpha and Omega (v. 8), and the Alpha and Omega is the first and the last (v. 11), and Jesus is the first and the last (v. 17), then Jesus is Almighty God. These three verses (8,11,17) connect to prove that Jesus is not just a prophet, but He is one of the Trinity! However, the modern versions have eliminated the words “Alpha and Omega” and “the first and the last” from verse 11. Those words were eliminated because modern Bible versions have been translated from corrupt Greek texts that were written centuries ago by men who did not believe in the Trinity. With the words removed from verse 11, the “Almighty” cannot be connected with “the first and the last”. Jesus warns in Revelation 22:18-19 that a person will be judged for removing or adding words to the Holy Bible!

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Lesson fifteen: Check out Romans 14:10-11
These verses in the King James Version prove that Jesus is God. They say: “But why dost thou judge thy brother? or why dost thou set at nought thy brother? for we shall all stand before the judgment seat of Christ. For it is written, As I live, saith the Lord, every knee shall bow to me, and every tongue shall confess to God.” The verses say that in standing before Christ, we will be giving an account to God. Jesus is Almighty God! However, the modern versions have removed the word “Christ” from verse 10, and replaced it with God. Check it out. Sadly, It is very difficult to find verses in the modern versions that help people to see that Jesus is God. That is because the men who wrote the manuscripts on which the modern versions are based did not believe that Jesus is God. Do you want your grandchildren and great grandchildren to take your word alone that Jesus is God, or do you want them to have a Bible that proves He is God?

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Lesson sixteen:
Check out Romans 5:18
Romans 5:18 says in the King James Version (the Holy Bible our country was founded upon): “Therefore as by the offence of one judgment came upon all men to condemnation; even so by the righteousness of one the free gift came upon all men unto justification of life.”
That means that just as Adam’s sin brought judgment upon the human race, so the righteousness of Jesus brought the free gift of justification to the human race. This is a wonderful verse to show that salvation is a free gift offered to all. Heaven cannot be earned: it is a free gift given to those who receive Jesus as Lord and Saviour. Adam sinned, and all men are sinners, but Jesus never sinned; He could not sin. He lived a perfect life and satisfied the law’s demands. He never broke any of the ten commandment nor did He break any other law of God. He was perfection and pure “righteousness.” If He had broken any law of God, He could not have paid the penalty for our sin. That is what is meant by the last phrase of the verse: “even so by the righteousness of one the free gift came upon all men…” The modern versions, however, have changed the verse to read, “… just as the result of one trespass was condemnation for all men, so also the result of one act of righteousness was justification that brings life for all men.”
ONE act of righteousness??? If Jesus was not pure righteousness, His dying on the cross could not have obtained the free gift for mankind. The words in this verse have been altered by those who did not believe that Jesus was the sinless Almighty God.

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Lesson seventeen: Check out First Thessalonians 3:13 and First Thessalonians 4:14.
First Thessalonians 3:13 tells us that Jesus is coming for the believers and he is bringing with him all the people who are in heaven: “To the end he may stablish your hearts unblameable in holiness before God, even our Father, at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ with all his saints.” So we know that Jesus is the one who is coming again for us believers. Compare First Thessalonians 4:14 which says, “For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so them also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with him.” Who is coming in this verse? God!! Therefore, Jesus is God!!! However, the modern versions have changed First Thessalonians 4:14 to read this way: “We believe that Jesus died and rose again and so we believe that God will bring with Jesus those who have fallen asleep in him.” According to the modern versions, God “and” Jesus are coming. Changing the verse eliminates the proof in these versions that Jesus is Almighty God. The changes were made by those who were unbelievers.

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Lesson eighteen: Check out Isaiah 9:6.
It is a prophecy written 700 years before Jesus was born in Bethlehem. Here is how it reads in the Holy Bible of your great-grandparents: “For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.” From your high school English grammar classes you probably learned that a colon is very different from a semi-colon. A colon is used to connect two clauses when the second clause summarizes, sharpens, or explains the first. The first clause in this verse tells us the child will be born. The second and third clauses give us more information about the first sentence. This child will be the mighty God! He is also the Everlasting Father, because He is united with the other two Persons of the Trinity. Many of the modern versions have removed the colons and replaced them with semi-colons. It is not then so clear that the second and third clauses are about the child. It could be argued by the non-believers that the second and third clauses refer to the Father. Such manipulation may seem minor, but the changes in punctuation make it most difficult to prove the deity of Jesus from the modern versions—and that, of course, is the plan of those who edited the texts on which the modern versions are based.

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Lesson nineteen: Check out I Timothy 6:14-15
I Timothy 6:14-15 says, “That thou keep this commandment without spot, unrebukeable, until the appearing of our Lord Jesus Christ: Which in his times he shall shew, who is the blessed and only Potentate, the King of kings, and Lord of lords;” This verse shows us that Jesus is King of all kings and Lord of all lords— in other words, He is God. But look what the modern versions have done to this verse: “I charge you to keep this command without spot or blame until the appearing of our Lord Jesus Christ, which God will bring about in his own time — God, the blessed and only Ruler, the King of kings and Lord of lords, “The modern versions add the word “God” twice to verse 15, so someone reading the verses will think that the King of kings and Lord of lords is the Father, not Jesus. Remember that the men who wrote the manuscripts on which the modern versions are based did not believe that Jesus is God.

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Lesson twenty: Check out Mark 1:30-31
Mark 1:30-31 says, “But Simon’s wife’s mother lay sick of a fever, and anon they tell him of her. And he came and took her by the hand, and lifted her up; and immediately the fever left her, and she ministered unto them.” The word “immediately” in the verse shows that a miracle was done by Jesus. However, modern Bible versions have removed the word “immediately.” They read this way: “Simon’s mother-in-law was in bed with a fever, and they told Jesus about her. So he went to her, took her hand and helped her up. The fever left her and she began to wait on them.” Without the word “immediately” the scholars can argue that her fever just happened to leave her. Many modern versions, including the New King James Version (which is a counterfeit of the true King James Version,) have completely removed the word “miracle” and “miracles ” from the Gospels, and replaced it with the words “sign” and “signs”. A sign is an indication or it can be an action that conveys a meaning: “Her nod was a sign that it was time to leave.” A sign is not a miracle! If your Bible version is the New King James Version, the New American Standard Version, the English Standard Version, or the Revised Standard Version you will not see the word miracle in these verses: Mark 6:52 (the miracle of the loaves and fishes); John 2:11 (this beginning of miracles did Jesus in Cana of Galilee); John 2:23 (many believed on his name, when they saw the miracles which he did); John 3:2 (no man can do these miracles that thou doest); John 4:54 (this is the second miracle that Jesus did); John 6:2 (and a great multitude followed him because they saw his miracles); John 6:14 (when they had seen the miracle that Jesus did); John 6:26 (ye seek me, not because ye saw the miracles, but because ye did eat of the loaves); John 11:47 (for this man doeth many miracles); John 12:18 (for they heard that he had done this miracle); John 12:37 (but though he had done so many miracles before them, yet they believed not on him). The men who wrote the manuscripts on which the modern versions are based did not believe on Jesus either.

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