Monthly Archives: December 2014

111. Should we withdraw from difficult people? 1Tim. 6:5

According to the King James Version, Paul gives the direct advice to Timothy to withdraw from difficult people. (1Tim. 6:5) Modern versions do not include this order. What would be the reason? 1Tim. 6:3 – 5  “If any man teach … Continue reading

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110. Why would “by his blood” be left out of Colossians 1:14 in modern versions?

The statement “through his blood” in Colossians 1:14, is not found in most modern versions of the Bible. What would be the reason that such a Biblical truth could be removed? (KJVR) “In whom we have redemption through his blood, … Continue reading

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109 Andrew in the Gospel of John

  I re-blog this post from Phillip Lang’s blog “Reading Acts”. ( http://readingacts.wordpress.com/) May you be blessed as much as I had been reading it. The Gospel of John and the “Other Disciples” – Andrew December 2, 2014 in Gospels | Tags: Andrew, Apostle Andrew Phillip … Continue reading

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108 The great uproar between the Pharisees and Sadducees. Acts 23:9

In Acts 23:1 – 10 Luke tells of the incident where Paul had been brought before the Jewish high council. In verse eight Luke mentions three matters that the Pharisees and Sadducees disagreed with one another. First he mentions the … Continue reading

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