Bible Discussion Thread

  • Stanjett - in Reply on Matthew 7:1
    The Mandela Effect is false. Just another way that Satan is trying to trick you. The bible is true.
  • Stanjett - in Reply on Matthew 7:1
    Do you really believe that God would allow His words (the bible) to be changed? Not possible. My bible is the same today as it was 60 years ago when it was given to me.
  • Mishael - in Reply on Matthew 7:1
    I have found many hardly used older Bibles at Goodwill or Salvation Army stores. Keep an eye out.
  • Bob Hilt - in Reply on Matthew 7:1
    If satan has the power to go back in time and change the bible (Mandela effect) then he is more powerful than the Lord.

    at least those who push this ridiculous theory want us to believe.

    God promised to PRESERVE his words and if things were changed, then He failed.

    Example: Isaiah 11:6 The wolf also shall dwell with the lamb, and the leopard shall lie down with the kid; and the calf and the young lion and the fatling together; and a little child shall lead them.

    The "lion shall lay down with the lamb" is a lyric made popular by the 1937 song, "Peace in the Valley" written by Thomas A. Dorsey

    Lion with lamb was a song

    It was first made popular by Red Foley and the Sunshine Boys in 1951 after being recorded by Sam Cooke of the Soul Stirrers in 1950 and rising to limited success. But it wasn't until Elvis Presley recorded the song on his first Christmas Album with the Jordanaires that "Peace in the Valley" received worldwide fame.

    On January 6, 1957, Elvis sang "Peace in the Valley" on the Ed Sullivan Show,

    After the popularity of Elvis' rendition of the song, many ministers around the nation began integrating the lyrics into their sermons. that is what many remember.
  • Stanjett - in Reply on Matthew 7:1
    I don't know about the song but I do know that a famous artist painted a picture of a lamb lying down with a lion. But the picture is incorrect according to the bible. It was a wolf lying down with the lamb in my bible and always was.
  • Shane UOTF - in Reply on Matthew 7:1
    I do understand how people can get things messed up sometimes. But I'm not saying Satan is doing any of this, in fact only God would have that sort of power in my opinion. I can't tell you exactly how, but I know what my Bible used to say and what it now says, and it no longer matches. I was born in 1974, I'm not aware of any of those things you referred to in regards to why I have it mixed up, but I'm going off of what I read in my actual Bible.

    Mark 13:10 is a great example, don't you remember "and the gospel must first be preached among all nations"? It now says Published instead of preached. I believe it's the time of great Revelation 2020 vision. Truth is being revealed. Think of the division Paul brought to the churches. The confusion and all the various denominations (Over 38,000).

    Well now Paul tells us in 2 Cor. 11:8 how he robbed churches. That was not always in my Bible that way.

    Mammas and the pappas, California dreaming song used to say got down on my knees and began to pray, now it says pretend to pray. I don't know why we have alternate realities but I read the Bible dozens of times, I just know it's changed for me. There's no doubt about it and it's in a supernatural way. The big one for me is the Thinker statue with it's fist to it's forehead. I had the statue growing up, yet he never had his fist to his forehead, it's supposedly always been to his mouth and chin. There's never been Stouffer's Stove Top Stuffing, it's always been Kraft Stove Top.

    None of this ringing a bell for anyone?
  • Adam - in Reply on Matthew 7:1
    I'm not sure if someone is claiming the KJV has changed or not, but if that's the claim that can be easily resolved by looking any verse up in the 1611 A.D. version which is on this website. People have made this claim a lot and instead of taking a few seconds to verify if their verse has actually changed, some insist that the KJV is somehow wrong and that their memory is never wrong. Personally I trust God's word more than man's word. People should also keep in mind that the English language has changed a lot in 400 years, so in case it's a word being spelled slightly differently, it doesn't mean a translation is corrupted if it updates to the proper spoken language.


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