Thursday, February 16, 2023

Gospel Radio Bible Study | Aired 10.11.22

 With Host Geoffrey Grider | NTEB Founder, Author & Editor-in-Chief
Some Truly Amazing ‘Coincidences’ Between King James I And Jesus Christ That Will Increase Your Faith In God’s Preserved Word In The King James Bible

When you look at the amazing facts surrounding the printing of the King James Bible, it becomes clear pretty quick that this is where God has preserved His word.

Let me say from the outset that King James I of England was just a man like any other man, and he needed salvation in Jesus Christ like any other person does. I am doing my best to not make more of him as a person than he ought to be, we are all sinners guilty before a pure and holy God. Amen? Good, with that let me just show you a couple of things that are really quite fascinating where you think about it, and in doing so, I believe your faith in the King James Authorized Version Holy Bible will increase mightily after you hear them.

“Where the word of a king is, there is power: and who may say unto him, What doest thou?” Ecclesiastes 8:4 (KJV)

To start with, King James was a different type of king, he was the king over two kingdoms. As James the VI, he was the king of Scotland, and as James I, he was the king of England. That’s pretty unusual, isn’t it? King James was a dual-king over two separate kingdoms. Jesus Christ is a King, He is the KING OF KINGS, and as such, Jesus is a King over the Kingdom of Heaven, and a King over the Kingdom of God. That’s two Kingdoms, separate and distinct from each other. The Kingdom of Heaven is a literal, visible and physical kingdom, and the Jews will receive it in the Millennium. The Kingdom of God is a spiritual kingdom, and for those of us who are born again, we are in it right now. (Click to read The Kingdom Of Heaven And The Kingdom Of God Compared, Contrasted And Rightly Divided.)

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