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"False Translations"

God's Word is Absolute and not a collection of "maybes." Recently, I have had some rather silly conversations concerning the "Bible." Many Christians believe their English Translations are the written Word of God but that is not the case. God's Word is perfect, eternal and true. Every English Translations fails God's Word which states in both Testaments to not add to, take away or change the Word of God.

Adding the word "Hell" which was not invented until 900 years after the last Book of the Scriptures was written is adding to the Word of God which is a clear violation. Many of the "points" people made quoted verses that translated the Valley of Hinnom outside Jerusalem as "Hell." Now that is just nothing more than not taking the time or effort to study themselves to be approved. Another example is 393 times in the King James Version the word "might" was erroneously added and those too are violations.

Today I would ask that you look at these two very important verses:

Philippians 3:10 That I may know him, and the power of his resurrection, and the fellowship of his sufferings, being made conformable unto his death; 3:11 If by any means I might attain unto the resurrection of the dead.

Here are two clear examples of changing a fact into to a mere possibility. Look at the first phrase of verse 10 "That I may know" which reads like an "if" statement. When in fact, Paul wrote only one word that means "to know." Paul wrote "to know him (Christ) and the power of the resurrection and the fellowship of his suffering to make conformable unto his death. By any means to come to the resurrection of the dead."

Paul spoke of guarantees not mere possibilities. We will all die without divisions, classes or status. We will all die because of our sins. Our salvation is not from dying but from death. Our salvation is in our resurrection from death, mortality and corruption to be transformed unto eternal life and perfection. All things, all people, all everything will be made new as the old will pass away upon the resurrection and reconciliation of all things unto Christ Jesus. There is no mere maybe with God. It is our assurance!

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