King James Bible: KJV Version Vs RSV & NIV Versions


This documentary, created for truth seekers, addresses the modifications to God’s “true” Word, and Jesus’ “true” Doctrine, as they are recorded in the King James Bible, KJV, verses the Revised Standard and New International Versions. Jesus, in Matthew 13:37-40, KJV, told His Disciples, “The field is the world; the good seed are the children of the kingdom; but the tares are the children of the wicked one.” People accept that satan works to influence mankind’s behavior to evil ways, but most do not realize he’s been very active in other, less obvious ways, such as the tares within the RSV and NIV. This video clearly and indisputably demonstrates that only satan could benefit from the modifications made in those versions to God’s Word and Jesus’ Doctrine. For more information please go to: http://dld.bz/Cymh

Rod C. Davis

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20 Comments

  1. Impericalevidence says:

    Do you make mezaroth go round or bind the sweet influences of the pliedes? You know what the mezaroth is right? You know who the bible says multiple times put it up there? You know why it says that that happened?

    That's why it's important that it's a Virgin birth, however, it is my belief that that word could mean 'a young woman' to the people of that time. I say believe because I do not know, it's all greek to me. I would say though, that there are similar problems in the koran. The 72 virgins people know of, for the martyr, could have meant 'bunches of grapes', and that's supposedly in the same language. They don't know either! lol

    Old inside jokes lost on the young, thus allowing them to waste their youths.

    I like the RSV, my grandfather who has a Dr. in Divinity and taught many preachers liked it. I have friends who are still translating the bible into new languages in this era.

    People worry about virgins and grapes, but miss the 72. This is why I cannot call myself a christian, lest I be confused with this silly lot of people.

    I respect your consern though, I can tell you care, that's me judging the spirit by the spirit. Keep doing what you do, and the apocalypse will be revealed, hopefully without har magedo.

  2. Vinnie Babauta says:

    I have a question, is there proof where you can prove Jesus Christ the Son of God Non-Biblically? I am very curious. Thank you for your teachings. 🙂 God Bless

  3. Jacob Tao says:

    In KJV, why love is change into charity, charity is which is an act of love, out of out love? read at 1Corinthians. 13:13
    please explain someone.

  4. William Sculley says:

    The skipping of verses is a result of standardizing Bibles according to Erasmus's Greek bible. The fact that verses are missing are because Erasmus's bible has errors and additions. The KJV is just as error prove add every other translation because it is the work of man.

  5. Song of Joy says:

    I think the Hebrews Roots Movement or another name is the "Unlearn" Movement are big haters of the KJB. They are teaching that God didn't keep His promise of preserving His Word and teaching to believe the corrupt Alexandrian texts are true. You can't show errors in their perversions they ignore them and say their bible has errors because of the KJB. It's crazy. God has allowed them to go apostate by letting the father of all lies, satan, blind them with lies.

  6. Johnny 316 Deadpool says:

    Its apart of the illuminate plan to distort GOD'S WORD. We are under attack and the global elite are trying to weaken our Greatest weapon THE BIBLE.

  7. Gene Williams says:

    Amen God bless you

  8. Rod C. Davis says:

    Thank you for your comment. Yes, there are translation issues, but the elimination of a doctrine, or in other words, changing doctrine so that it teaches things in God's Name, and His Son's, that they did not give to mankind, is something totally different. God Bless.

  9. Gene Williams says:

    I prefer the 1611 version, its testimony stands alone. How many times do you need mans translation until its milk goes from whole to skim?

  10. Rod C. Davis says:

    CONT-1 7 is God’s number; 12 for the 12 Apostles; 12 for the twelve tribes they came from; and 12 for the 12 Pillars of Jesus’ Church, which are His Apostles. God Bless.

  11. Rod C. Davis says:

    Your argument is one that many love to use, and I must disagree, for 100s of hours of Divinely Guided research make it blatantly clear you are 100% wrong. God has sent me 2 physical signs to confirm the work I am doing is His Will, 1 which I prayed for, and 1 I did not. The 1st came 7/2010. The 2nd came 7/12/12 @ 12:25 AM. I didn't understand the significance of the delivery date of the 2nd sign till God revealed it to me months later: CONT-1

  12. Greg Settle says:

    I must respectfully disagree with you that either the NIV or the KJV leave out important doctrine. Our translations have massive manuscript support and there is really very little difference between the actual versions themselves. I firmly believe that the "true doctrine" can be found and was handed down to us in the myriad of manuscripts that we have extant today! I'm very confident in our translations!

  13. Rod C. Davis says:

    Thanks for the comment. I have no difficulty whatsoever understanding the KJV, and neither would most people if they'd take the time to apply themselves. Ease of reading doesn’t negate the fact the NIV leaves out important doctrine, as does the KJV, but at least the KJV has not been as severely tampered with. Knowledge of the true doctrine handed down to mankind thru the Holy Spirit, and that given by Jesus in fulfillment of Jeremiah 31:31-33, is important to salvation. God Bless.

  14. Greg Settle says:

    I like the NIV because the Deity of Christ is so much more clearer than in the KJV, for example have a look at John 1:18

    KJV "No man hath seen God at any time; the only begotten Son, which is in the bosom of the Father, he hath declared him"

    NIV "No one has ever seen God, but God the One and Only, who is at the Father's side, has made him known"

  15. Rod C. Davis says:

    To my knowledge there is no such list, and I believe the knowledge can only be obtained through study such as knowing an early version Bible, such as the King James KJV, and then comparing it to other versions. The missing verses is rather simple though, for as one studies a Gospel, the verses suddenly skip a number. God Bless.

  16. Wil Zacharias says:

    Where could i find a list of all the differences between the bible versions?

  17. Rod C. Davis says:

    Amen on being an enemy of Christ!

  18. Michael David says:

    These new translations are done by scholars and theologians that belong to the Churches who are members of the National Council of Churches. The National Council of Churches was created by the Rockefeller Foundation and is an enemy of the Christ!

  19. Rod C. Davis says:

    I too like the KJV, for it is far less corrupt than the RSV and NIV. I cannot comment on the NKJV for I have not yet studied it. God Bless!

  20. jaime70462 says:

    somebody stop recomending the NIV AND RSV versions ! "My word will be purified". I like KJV and NKJV