Did you know that the Kjv 1611 has no copyright? Is this not pause for wonder in a world of commerce which thrives on the love of money? So go ahead and copy, redistribute, freely. And ask yourself why.
While I’m here, as other translations are helpful to many, the King’s version is the monarch of books. Written in understated elegance which does not flatter, full of matter-of-factness which stirs intellect, affection, and bare bones attention to detail, the book takes you from elementary learning, to calculus squared, if you are interested that is.
From botany and the origin of the species, to climate, gender, flora, fauna, cosmology, the contents will take you where so few fear to go- to the outer limits of truth and beyond, past the cherubim, past the portals of death, to the waters above the waters, and the broken windows of heaven, to the very throne of God itself, where doth abode forever Truth and light.
Yes, light! That daily reminder of truth which we so take for granted- it is always there so to speak, but commonplace is no excuse for ignoring the extraordinary.
So take a gander at that most illustrious of Psalms, 119, and read of the sweet singers pointing to that light which is a lamp unto our feet, that light which guides like a perfect needle on the compass in a world where fog is applauded as clarity. Yes, dependable clarity.
Contrast that to dark speeches given by late night comedians who are secret politicians, plying their craft to they with itching ears, whose ears have been polished by lying science pretenders who swear they KNOW there is no God, that light ACCIDENTALLY appeared to further aid demonic evolution….
So yeah, here’s a shout out to God’s word, thankful for His promise of the covenant given as a reminder by way of the spectacular rainbow- which word is finer than gold- which word is forever settled in heaven- which word confirms day and night, hot and cold, male and female, the sun and moon, and which word promises the restitution of ALL things.
God’s word, GOOD. Extra, extra, read all about it, and you will still after 100 years study, only but scratch the surface. and the kjv, better than all.