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Over the Years I've used many different translations of the Scriptures. In this video I show and talk about the translations I use most often. You can find all these translations online. Please post any questions you have under the video.

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33 thoughts on “Different Bible Translations I Use

  1. Shalom, and thank you so much Brother Paul. No matter how many times I watch your videos, (because I watch them more than once), I am blessed by Yahweh. Keep up the great work you do in Yeshua’s Name! Shalom, Shalom! 🙂

  2. Hi everyone, I have a question, and I apologize for not watching the upload. I would like to buy a Bible that uses modern language because reading the KJV has gotten old on me (i.e. Thou, thus, verily; can’t take it anymore). I prefer a modern one that uses the name of Yahweh for God, any recommendations? If all else fails, I’m just going to buy NIV; is NIV ok? Thanks in advance for your replies.

    • LaMetrius Jackson NIV is missing many scriptures. Check out Chick publications.David Daniels gives reason why the KJV is God’s preserved word in English.I am not saying to listen to man but the proof Is in the pudding.

  3. what’s good man? I highly recommend the Hebraic Roots Bible. You can order it on their website or download it for free at
    cheers and God Bless

  4. I would not read any bible with notes and commentary. It’s best to look it up separately. Sometimes you can think it’s the word of God subconsciously and unknowingly.

    • HalleluYah Scripture Bible does not allow “Notes/Commentary” It does have the usual intro on how it was translated why the books/letters are in its order, and the back has an appendix with maps, but no Notes.

  5. I must say that people should check the copyright page first. How can man have a copyright on God’s Word. Why do we have to ask man’s permission to use God”s Word. Each version has a copyright, to have one it has to be 10% different. There is no other book that this is allowed to happen . God confused the languages along time ago do you not think that he would have given us His Word in english long before now.

  6. being concerned about translations is an honest concern and all of us would be wise to know where the bible we are reading is from. Being concerned of missing books, perhaps the person(s) that removed them is the one to be worried about that for that is the one that will have to answer for that. I don’t see many people being concerned with following the two commands that are found in the many different translations we do have and that is to Love the Lord with all your might and your neighbor likewise. Perhaps if we can start doing that all the rest will fall into place

    • What is a reliable version in English – that doesn’t have missing/removed material please? If you can tell me I would be grateful. I found the Coverdale Version in my search for the oldest printed English translation….I don’t know if what I am reading is what I wanted.

  7. Oh my goodness! People go and watch “The New World Order: Bible Translations” or watch the lecture by Walter Veith on Bible texts and translations. He compares each version with numerous scriptures and shows which have been changed or missing passages altogether. Not to mention that the different versions take away Christ’s Divinity in many ways. Check it out.

    • The KJV does the same thin in Titus 2:13 and other places like John 14:14. Please stop following the conspiracy crowd looking to sell you things based on fear. The perfect Love of Jesus Christ cast out all fear. Here are examples of how the KJV does the same thing as what these people accuse other versions of doing, God bless you and take care.
      John 14:14 King James Version (KJV)
      14 If ye shall ask any thing in my name, I will do it.

      John 14:14 Complete Jewish Bible (CJB)
      14 If you ask ME for something in my name, I will do it.

      John 14:14 New International Version (NIV)
      14 You may ask ME for anything in my name, and I will do it.

      Titus 2:13 King James Version (KJV)
      13 Looking for that blessed hope, and the glorious appearing of the great God AND our Saviour Jesus Christ;

      Titus 2:13 English Standard Version (ESV)
      13 waiting for our blessed hope, the appearing of the glory of our great God and Savior Jesus Christ

      Titus 2:13 New International Version (NIV)
      13 while we wait for the blessed hope—the appearing of the glory of our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ,

    • Editing is not the same as revision Ben W.

      KJV has been edited a few times for spelling and typographical errors but the doctrine and message has remained the same from its inception.

      Many of the modern versions get constantly revised which means the meaning of certain passages are altered or they removed/added something with “new” evidence. The issue is that we have all the evidence and nothing new has been found in the last 200+ years (nothing that affects bible doctrine/teachings). The KJV has been edited a few times to fix spelling errors and to modernize the spelling (changing “v” to “u” and other such things to modernize the text/font) but the KJV has never once been revised.

      Revised = Revision = New Vision = New Meaning
      New Edition = Edits = Spelling Errors or Typographical changes = Same Meaning

      The modern versions are what you need to look out for since they are revised often and so can have two different meanings just a few years apart which creates division and confusion amongst christians and yes it has actually caused churches to split apart.

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