The King James Bible Online
The King James Bible Online
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"Jesus Loves You"

"The Revelation of Jesus Christ In The Bible. The Gospel and Salvation Ye must be born again.  Flesh and blood cannot enter into the Kingdom of God.  Therefore Repent at the preaching of the Gospel of Jesus Christ by those who are in the spirit.  Wherefore should ye perish."
 
"Jesus Loves You"
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Have you been struggling with hard times and just don’t know where to turn?  
 

What Are You Searching For?

Have you been struggling with hard times and just don’t know where to turn? Are you feeling hopeless and at the end of your rope? Do you need comfort or peace for a difficult decision? Don’t give up - there is hope. Jesus came so we could live a more full life, a life of hope. In John 10:10, Jesus said,

 

A Great Resource for FREE

The Gospel Saves wants to put the most priceless resourceyou can begin to search the scriptures for yourself and discover the promises of God and the hope He offers. into your hands - the Bible. Thanks to the digital age we now live in, the Bible has become more accessible to millions of people all over the world. Visit our website now, and read the King James Bible, so you can begin to search the scriptures for yourself and discover the promises of God and the hope He offers.

A Brief History of the King James Bible

The KJV Bible was originally translated in 1611 by forty-seven scholars who were commissioned by King James himself, who belonged to the Church of England, as a means to bring a modernized and accurate translation of the Holy scriptures to the people. Since the middle of the 17th century, the King James Bible has been considered the authorized version of the scriptures for English speaking nations around the world and has been translated into over 1,200 foreign languages

 

How can the Bible help me?

Think of the Bible this way - as a love letter from your Creator that spans generations and defies all the rules of time. A letter comprised of 66 individual books forming one gloriously long and hopeful account of His promises, penned by His own team of scribes and personal assistants, or prophets. He cared so much about you that He handpicked each one of them, making certain they could relay His message that would stand the tests of time. What an amazing endeavor!

 

As the Apostle Paul wrote to Timothy, “All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness: That the man of God may be perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all good works.”

 

As you read the Bible, imagine your Savior sitting right next to you and actually speaking these words that were written over a millennia ago, just for you, to encourage you and give you hope.

 

The Bible can protect you

The scriptures were not just meant for encouragement or to lift us up. They were also meant to equip us to go into battle. We do not face mere worldly or physical threats in our lives, but we are waging a war in the spiritual realm as well. Paul, a devoted Apostle of Jesus Christ, wrote a majority of the New Testament, and warned us in many accounts the things that a believer of the Messiah could expect. But he also gave us a plan on how to protect ourselves from the enemy that seeks to destroy us.

 

In his letter to the Ephesians he wrote, “Put on the whole armor of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.”</blockquote> He went on to tell us what makes up the armor of God: the belt of truth, the breastplate of righteousness, the readiness of the gospel of peace fitted on our feet, the shield of faith, the helmet of righteousness, and the sword of the Holy Spirit.

 

When you immerse yourself in the scriptures, the Word of God, you are taking up a sword that can defeat any giant, any enemy, that may come up against you.

 

Greatest Roadmap Ever Written

The most significant tool, or roadmap, that could ever have been put into writing, has been given directly to us by its Author. Over and over throughout scripture, we are told why it is important to study this roadmap. What makes reading and studying the Bible so important? Here are some truths to keep in mind about the Word of God, and how the Bible can equip you and direct you on your journey:

             You are a disciple of Jesus (John 8:31)

             It is truth and the truth shall make you free (John 17:17; John 8:32)

             It will build up your faith (Acts 20:32; Romans 10:17)

             It will give you life (John 6:63)

             It will teach and encourage you as it gives you hope (Romans 15:4)

             It is alive (John 1:1)

             It will provide you with success and well-being (Joshua 1:8)

             It will feed you (Matthew 4:4)

             It is an act of love (John 14:23-24)

             It is a seed (Luke 8:11)

 

These are just a few select truths that stand out from the living, breathing Word of God. As you dig in deeper, you will find out for yourself what promises and truth is interspersed throughout the pages of the Bible.

 

Sharing the Message

As wonderful as the message of the Bible is, it is not enough to keep it to ourselves, which is why we have made it available to you in an online version. In this same manner, we ask that you would share it as well. Tell your family and friends about this free iinternet version of the KJV Bible so they may, too, share in the promises of the Word of God.

 

Many may think they do not have a particular calling or assignment in this life, that they are merely just floating along, that missionaries are only those who are sent into the wilds of the unreached parts of the world. But that couldn’t be further from the truth. The truth is, you have been given a great mission to carry out, commissioned by Jesus himself.

 

What He spoke to His close-knit team over 2,000 years ago still rings true today: Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you."

 

So take this resource and go into the world and tell them that The Gospel Saves.



 


 
 
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