Many of us are not aware of this agenda and it is worth reading and understanding a little of its history. I did some study on this topic and have published my findings here:.
You need to do a little more serious study on how the KJV AV came to be and the documentary evidence concerning it's absolute accuracy. Papyri going back as far as around 90 A. D agree totally. There is a great deal more evidence to prove it's genuineness and accuracy than I can list here. Nonetheless, any reliable translation is good for reading and casual study. Take note that some KJV editions have been edited by one group or another and may contain word or phrase changes.
Most put those changes in parenthesis. I have done the serious study and a brief summary of that is found in the article I have written. I marvel at its accuracy but at the same time I am aware that certain phrases and expressions were deliberately used to support the Church of England. That bias is well documented. That does not detract from the translation but it is worth bearing in mind. Furthermore the KJV that we currently use is the revision and not the original.
This is also documented in the article that I wrote. I agree with J Taylor. Be sure when reading a newer version be sure it agrees with the KJV. Believe me, it does happen. The KJV like any other translation was published with an agenda in mind.
We need to understand this. Furthermore, the use of definite and indefinite articles in the English language is not directly related to the original, particularly in Hebrew. In ancient Hebrew, there was no indefinite article and the definite article had a different intention to the English usage.
Translation is much more than just word conversion. Thanks a lot Brethren for the lessons. Samuel, I would like to suggest a more helpful approach than going through the lesson, page by page. I recommend that each teacher study the lesson at least three times: 1 Once, with the question, "What does God want to say to me in this lesson? What is the main theme? If teachers follow this format, they will always be able "cover" the most important points in the lesson for their classes.
They can arrange their lesson outline in the order of most important to "also important" and "helpful," followed by a summary of the most important points just before closing. And as Sabbath School "students," please appreciate a teacher doing serious preparation and not following the lesson outline day by day. Thanks for your help to identify the best sabbath school teachers, just to add lets avoid these types of words when share the lessons: i do not agreed with him or her, i want to contradicte what he or she said,or i want to support what the AB said contrary to what C said. Plz we are sharing what we know even what we do not know only the Holy Spirit itself helps us to understand the main idea,plz lets pray for these teachers who think that they know while they do not Please I need it.
Thanks and God bless all of you. The lesson is helpful, it helps u walk in the lord's on a daily basis the only challange the we face in our local church is the way teachers are nominated. What are the best way of mominatimg teachers? Should there be any criteria? A copy of the Manual in PDF format is available:. Currently we do not know of anyone producing the lesson in PowerPoint, but that doesn't mean that no one does. I wanted to know if there is a site you can recommend where people around the world participate in the weekly lesson discussion online so that i can gather a wider range of views.
I am a lesson teacher and i like taking a practical approach in my teaching as it makes a greater impact to my class as opposed to just reading the written text. Alex, you are on that site! It is called Sabbath School Net. If you'll go to our front page or to the Daily Lesson page , you'll see comments from people all over the world. I suggest you consult our Frequently Asked Questions page if you need a little help understanding our site. As far as I know, this is the only site with this many exchanges from people around the world.
I suggest you also review our Comment Guide Lines , which ask you to use your first and last name, among other things. Thank Anderson you for the guidance. At first, I was just rushing through the page as i was working with several windows on the same. I have taken time to view through the comments and am finding very useful contributions on this weeks lesson. Thank you again and God bless you. If you will check our front page , you will see that we already feature one video every week, and there are more in our Audio-visual section.
That said, the intent of the Sabbath School lessons is to give you and your friends a subject to study and discuss for yourselves - not to watch others discussing. May the Lord bless you as you use the weekly lessons as an aid to getting to know Christ better through the study of His Word. Thank you all for the wonderful comments. One asked which is the best bible version? You can use the other translations to compare but don't forget the KJV lest you be amazed when you are stuck and have no where to turn to and are bombarded with questions and you discover the version you have has some verses not included.
Happy sabbath. Stephen, the texts "left out" in reliable modern versions are the ones not found in the most respected ancient documents. It is best to leave out questionable texts when we give Bible studies, no matter which Bible version we use. All our doctrines can be demonstrated from nearly any translation of the Bible, including the "New World" translation Jehovah's Witness. We need to remember that the KJV is available only to English speakers, and God has people in all language groups of the world, not just the English-speaking world.
The KJV is a beautiful translation, and that's one of the reasons many of us love it.
I have memorized a lot of texts out of the KJV. And there's reason for its beauty - the translators were charged with creating a translation with beauty of language. When they had a choice of how to translate a text and those choices do happen in translation , they chose beauty of language over accuracy. That said, the KJV is still a good translation for the many people who love it. But we should not insist on using only the KJV because it presents a real hurdle to younger people we want to reach with the gospel - the hurdle of learning a new language, since the KJV is not written in the language of today.
Paul asserted his apostleship in all of his letters except for Philippians, 1 and 2 Thessalonians, and Philemon. But everyone can be an encourager, and that includes you. Mantras for Marriage. Episode 16 - Iggy rushes home to tell Digger Doug that soon he will be known as Super Iggy, the super hero. The verbal form is passive, implying that they were smuggled in by someone, possibly 1. Children's story of Jesus when He was a boy and missing in Jerusalem. Homosexuality in the Christian Scriptures One of the "clobber passages" 1 Corinthians
The writings of Ellen White are a blessing for those who believe and are not intended to be used to persuade others to believe as we do. That said, however, some of her writings are quite suitable to share with those who do not believe as we do - books like Christ's Object Lessons , Thoughts from the Mount of Blessings , Steps to Christ and every book of the Conflict of the Ages series. We need to pray for wisdom to match the literature to the needs of people we meet, remembering it is not our job to convict, but only to share.
I appreciate the way you say, "it is not our job to convict, but only to share. May God give us all eyes to see the opportunities that we have for sharing, with the words to express His will in attractive ways. Hi there, There is this Adult lesson study guide titled Daniel, a fourth quarter study guide.
I'm currently living in Korea. Check out the first link on our International Page. I can't read Korean, so I can't tell whether it includes such a link. I'm a greeter for the Adventist world church and love to study the bible, but I'm looking for any more ideas for preaching biblical hermeneutics. I'm an avid spirit of prophecy person who enjoys reading the deeper truths in SOP including diet reform purity and last day events.
I also tell children's story and do special music on piano for the Hazelton B. Seventh-day Adventist church. I've been doing Music ministry at my church for a long time now and would love to know more about preaching bible based messages. Thanks a million Blessings love and prayers Andrew Whitaker. We're happy to hear that you enjoy studying the Bible. The object of Bible study is to get to know Jesus better, and if you ask Him to speak to you through His Word at the beginning of your study, He will speak to you.
As for where there are preaching opportunities, I gather you mean other than in your community. If so, I suggest you contact ShareHim. The best place to practice preaching is in your home church. Usually people go to college and the seminary to study under that big word, but the Holy Spirit is quite willing to interpret His Word to anyone who asks. So ask that the Spirit will speak to you as you read and study.
It's no good preaching to others what you have not experienced yourself. If you want a little taste of biblical hermeneutics, you can go to Biblical Hermeneutics: The Interpretation of Scripture on our site and study through the material referenced there. Quite encoraging comments.
Praying God to open opportunities for you to reach us here with God's richness-His word. Thank you so much my sister. Im one of the teachers i will use the format. After that pray to God that he will help to deliver to our fellow brethren. For it is not wise to go day by day.
Thanks Bro Mbuso for the comments. I believe we can liaise with the webmaster of this website to have a translation based website that can switch accordingly to swahili and all the other languages. Let's pray that God makes a way. I am having a lecturer that is an atheist I would like to get some innovative ways I can reach him.
Any Ideas out there saints? Thank you. Love you and God bless. I have had many Atheist lecturers in my career, and have developed strong friendships with some of them. My best advice is that if you live your life as a Christian should, sooner or later lecturers who have become your friends will ask you questions about your lifestyle and beliefs. There are a few things to keep in mind. Many of my atheistic friends have thought long and hard about what they believe and come by their beliefs quite honestly.
Telling them that their beliefs are wrong and that you have the truth is a fairly sure fire way to end any discussion of spiritual values. If you show them respect for what they believe, they will show you respect. It is no use using christian "terminology" to explain what you believe as the vocabulary you would use is like a foreign language to them. You will need to be quite innovative in thinking of ways to communicate your ideas to them. My PhD supervisor had relationship issues. At our weekly research meetings I would often spend as much time listening to him unburden himself about the issues with his wife, and later, girlfriend, as we did discussing research.
He appreciated the fact that I would listen and not lecture him on what he should or should not be doing. We do not mail out PDF files. You will have to download them from the link above. I enjoy these lessons but i also need the Bible class lessons for my fiance who is about to be baptised.
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