TAKE HEED THAT NO MAN DECEIVE YOU.
* I’ve learned recently that although the King James Version, KJV, is a very good and reliable English translation of the original Hebrew and Greek manuscripts, it should be cross referenced and checked with other reliable versions like the older Geneva Bible of 1560 which is in some cases even better than the KJV. The KJV should also be cross referenced with other versions even like the NIV according to one pastor to assist in a better understanding. The bottom line is: use more than one version with the KJV as a cross reference. The reason for this is there are numerous cases where the newer versions have deleted important scriptures or mistranslated them. And, even the KJV has errors that can cause deception. An example is examining 2 Thessalonians 2:3 and comparing the Geneva Bible of 1560 and the King James Version. The Geneva Bible says “… For that day shall not come, except there come the departure (rapture).. The KJV says, “for that day shall not come except there come a falling away first, which is very confusing and is in no way close to the word departure.