How Much of the KJV is Catholic? (And Other Thoughts)

To my horror, I have discovered that at least some of the King James Version of the Bible was translated from the Roman Catholic Bible, the Latin Vulgate. For decades, the KJV was my favorite Bible. The verses that I remember, are KJV verses. And, while I knew that there were errors in the KJV, I had not been sure about where those errors came from.

Unfortunately, I now see the fingerprints of Rome all over this.

The question is… how much?

How much of the KJV is Catholic?

Since I don’t know, I now have to be extra careful and double-check every verse with the original language. And, that’s infuriating.

And, in ‘other thoughts’, I talk about China’s genocidal intentions towards Taiwan and two important warnings from Martin Armstrong.

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The Rise of the Ten Kings (And More)

It is normal for people to fear that the Antichrist is just around the corner, just waiting to jump out and say, “Boo!” He isn’t. He’s hiding behind the corner after that. So, instead of being fearful of the Antichrist, maybe we should be… well, not fearful …but, at least anticipating these guys:

The Ten Kings Without A Kingdom

Those guys MUST be in power BEFORE the Antichrist arrives. And no, they are not ruling now. Not yet. However, I do believe that the events that are unfolding before our eyes are getting ready for these kings to rise.

I also talk about a deception in the KJV and a personal opinion from Martin Armstrong.

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The Weekend Shock Letter for May 16th, 2020

As we drift away from Wuhan Coronavirus hysteria, we are starting to see more of the news that this pandemic has been obscuring. And some of it is pretty dire. The fulfillment of Isaiah 19 begins in July. Obamagate has hit the headlines. General Flynn has been exonerated. Gog rises – maybe.

Of course, we still need to talk about the pandemic and what it has revealed about our government, our society and our values. And, if you haven’t started preparing… you need to.

All of this and more, is what I saw over the past week. And, I will do my best to help you describe the what, the why and the how of its significance.

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