NASB 2020 Bible Review

This Bible translation has become my go-to Bible for reading and studying. It is very accurate, and with the update, it is very readable. To me, it surpassed my Holman, NIV, ESV, NKLV Bibles, and any other for that matter. This translation got me excited to read more than what I already have.

Satan Plants His Disciples In The Churches. Not Even Churches Are Safe. Know The Word

There are many false teachers today who claim to be followers of Jesus Christ and are deceiving many genuine believers. The first thing they have to attack, that which they profess to follow, the Word of God. In Genesis 3, Satan defeated Eve by undermining her trust in God’s Word, which keeps her grounded and firm in the LORD.

“Now the serpent was more crafty than any beast of the field that the LORD God had made. And he said to the woman, “Did God really say, ‘You must not eat from any tree in the garden?’ ” -Genesis 3:1, BSB

Satan’s first attack was to question God’s Word in a subtle way to bring about doubt. Once he moves you away from the Scriptures, you will be an easier target for him to destroy. Why would the devil act any different today if he got to deceive two people who had no sins at the time? It worked well with Adam and Eve, so you know that Satan will continue to attack those whose faith’s foundation is not upon the Rock, which is the Word of God [Matthew 7:24-27]. I will show you a false teacher whose name is Andy Stanley, who is not from God but has been planted by the devil to make you doubt God’s Word. See below.

Andy Stanley, who said, “the foundation of our faith is not the Scriptures,” clearly he does not know the Scriptures. His statement is the most outlandish thing that I have ever heard, especially coming from a pastor who is supposed to know the Bible. The Scriptures, without a shadow of a doubt, says contrary to what Stanley believes. Read below.

“Consequently, faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the word of Christ.” -Romans 10:17, BSB

According to Romans 10:17, the foundation of a Christian’s faith is the Scriptures, yet these false teachers can blatantly teach the opposite. It puzzles me greatly.

I would also like to point out another false teacher who resides in Portland, Oregon. This false teacher attacks the person of Jesus Christ and makes Him not even know that He is the Son of God. This false Christian is John Mark Comer. In his book called: “The Ruthless Elimination Of Hurry.” On page 126, Mr. Comer said, “Notice, Jesus came out of the wilderness with all sorts of clarity about his identity and calling. He was grounded. Centered. In touch with God and himself. From that place of emotional equilibrium and spiritual succor, he knew precisely what to say yes to and, just as importantly, what to say no to.”

First of all, Jesus is God. To make it simple. Jesus’ humanity is God’s garment. It is like God was leaving His house [in heaven] and puts on His clothes, Jesus’ flesh, to visit us and accomplish His purpose [His death and resurrection].

“For in Christ all the fullness of the Deity dwells in bodily form.” -Colossians 2:9, BSB

John Mark Comer is saying that Jesus only knew who He was after coming out of the wilderness. Mr. Comer is claiming that Jesus did not only have any clue who He was, but He didn’t even know what was His purpose here on earth until His journey in the wilderness. This mindset alone reveals that John Mark Comer is not getting his understanding of the Scriptures from the Holy Spirit but he is getting it by demonic spirits.

The Scripture reveals that Jesus already knew at a young age that He is the Son of the Living God, as found in Luke Chapter 2, which says…

“42 And when He was twelve years old, they went up according to the custom of the Feast.”

49 “Why were you looking for Me?” He asked. “Did you not know that I had to be in My Father’s house?” 50 But they did not understand the statement He was making to them.” -Luke 2:49-50, BSB

The 12 year old Jesus, knew that He was the Son of God, making Himself God [John 5:16-18].

The church I go to is promoting this garbage of a book. I can’t see it any other way, but for what it is. I am deeply offended that the youth leadership and even maybe the pastor is okay with giving garbage to their congregation to eat [spiritually speaking]. How in the world can leaders in a church, who are supposed to be the ones to protect God’s people, be the ones killing them? To those who is given much [responsibilities], more will be demanded of.

“But the one who unknowingly does things worthy of punishment will be beaten with few blows. From everyone who has been given much, much will be required; and from him who has been entrusted with much, even more will be demanded.” -Luke 12:48, BSB

Bible Review: KJV Journal The Word Bible, Large Print, Hardcover, Black, Red Letter Edition.

I’m doing a review on the KJV Journal The Word Bible, Large Print, Hardcover, Black, Red Letter Edition.


kjv-large-print-bible

It is a beautiful Bible. The hardcover has a nice black color that’s not dull. The Bible has a sewn binding which will last you a very long time. It lays flat on the table when opened, due to the stitching on the binding.

The fonts are a 10 point text, making the reading of this Bible much more enjoyable. The headers are black and bold which makes it pop out. The words of Jesus is in a not pink or blood red color but just the right red. It has a lot of sub-headers to easily find what you are specifically searching for.

In the front of the Bible, it contains “This Bible Belongs To:“, “Table of Contents“, Alphabetical Order Of The Books Of The Bible” and an “Epistle Dedicatory for the KING JAMES VERSION.” It doesn’t contain any maps in the back of the Bible but only two pages with a heading “Notes” and lines at the bottom of the header. The pages have a nice cream color and it’s thick enough to write on it. It has to the right and left of the pages light lines to write down your notes or draw any pictures you like.

Overall a wonder Bible to take down notes to Evangelize, debate or for deep study using your own notes.

I received a complimentary copy of this Bible for an honest review from BookLookBloggers.com