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These presentations are being made online by consent of the author of In Awe of Thy Word . These presentations are one moment fragment from the book. This is a book that could genuinely open up a more profound attention to the King James Bible. You will develop your AWE of His pledge. This book is accessible at 1-800-435-4535 Touchet Baptist Church Mike Paulson – minister Touchet, Washington As an evangelist ought to do, I have taken the freedom to add different sacred writings to the particular focuses being made in these presentations. Click your mouse to start presentation

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King James I of England June 19, 1566 – 1625? A wonder of rulers and a lord of marvels! The ethical quality of King James has gone under assault from various gatherings. Among the most vociferous are homosexuals and theological rationalists who safeguard present day Bible variants like the NIV. He is in effect erroneously blamed for outrages, for example, homosexuality, being a storage room papist (Catholic) and smoldering Baptists! These false notions are not abandoning counter, in any case. Students of history who\'ve examined this incredible King for a long time, are clearing up a thing or two.

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He had been delegated King James VI of Scotland as a newborn child in 1567. He ruled as the Scottish lord for a long time. He was delegated lord of England in July of 1603. January 14 of 1604, he required the last cleaning of the English Bible. It was under King James that England was initially called " Great Britain\' King James I trusted God managed the Scripture! Ruler James I was a fervent Christian! Ruler James I was a genuine Christian! Lord James I was a Christian creator! Lord James I was aggrieved for honesty\'s purpose! Ruler James I was a language specialist and researcher!

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The King\'s Own Letters King James trusted God directed the Scripture! "Sacred writings must be a reliable ground to every single genuine Christian!" "The entire sacred text is managed by God\'s soul… " "All that is vital for salvation is contained in the sacred writing… " He was profoundly perused in Scripture; he could cite its writings with extraordinary office! He felt so unequivocally about the Bible interpretation extend that he said he would pay for it " from his own royal aura. " He asked that Bible verses be put all over towns, in homes, houses of worship, schools and on structures.

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The King\'s Own Letters King James was a zealous Christian! Lord James composed a book for his child entitled, Basilikon Doron (which turned into a universal hit). In that book, the King expressed that he was, "Asking God that as you are recovered and conceived in him once again, so you may ascend to him and be purified in him everlastingly with \'white pieces of clothing washen the blood of the lamb..." He includes, "Now faith...is the unconditional present of God (as Paul sayeth). It must be fed by petition, which is nothing else except for a cordial verbal blistering God. Utilize oft to implore when ye are tranquil, particularly in bed..." King James changed over a Catholic, French-prepared "mystery operator," named Esme Stuart, Seigneur d\'Aubigny, who had been sent to covertly " advance Catholicism in the kingdom of Scotland. "

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The King\'s Own Letters King James was a zealous Christian! Esme, a far off cousin of the King, attempted to get to know King James (then just thirteen years of age) . Despite the fact that still in his initial adolescents, " James utilized his most convincing contentions on his cousin d\'Aubigny, making him turn into a Protestant proselyte... he was to kick the bucket a Protestant. " Esme then composed an archive "which denounced in subtle element numerous parts of Catholic conviction and practice." In March of 1604 while King of England, James encouraged the Protestant pastorate to be more " ...cautious, watchful, and persistent than you have been to win souls to God... where you have been in any capacity drowsy some time recently, now arouse yourselves up again with another constancy at this point..."

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The King\'s Own Letters King James was a fervent Christian! Ruler James I set up the principal Colony of Virginia for "proliferating of Christian religion to such individuals so far live in dimness and hopeless lack of awareness of the genuine learning and love of God and may in time bring the heathens and savages living in these parts to human politeness … and bring the genuine word and administration of God and Christian confidence to be lectured, planted and used..." "The occupants of those parts live in most extreme obliviousness of heavenly love, and are totally denied of the information and comfort of the expression of God, and presumably will remain and end their days in such obliviousness unless such an incredible malevolence is tended to as quickly as time permits. In this manner, we should end that, out of adoration for the grandness of God, and coveting to work for the great and salvation of souls of those parts... Devote yourselves to and play out the service and proclaiming of the expression of God in those parts..." see " What Hath God Wrought " p27-30 for points of interest of this fizzled mission.

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The King\'s Own Letters King James was a virtuous Christian! In Basilikon Doron , the King advised his child to be conceived again in Christ, as well as to carry on with the Christian life, " Holiness being the first and most imperative nature of a Christian, (as continuing from genuine apprehension and information of God)." A contemporary wrote in 1602, "Among his great qualities none sparkles more brilliantly than the purity of his life, which he has protected without stain down to the present time, in spite of the case of all his ancestors..." One Italian guest depicted his "virtuousness" and included, " In his eyes and in his outward appearance there is a sure characteristic generosity verging on unobtrusiveness. He wears his hair short... About sustenance and attire he couldn\'t care less."

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The King\'s Own Letters King James was a genuine Christian! Concerning, King James said, "I wish, in this way, that some may have single coats, or one living, before others have doublets, or majorities." Francis Bacon, a contemporary, portrayed James as "a ruler the most distant from the presence of vain-magnificence that might be, and preferably like a sovereign of the antiquated structure than of the last time." A Venetian representative composed of James in 1619, " He treats every one of the individuals who serve him with the most extreme benevolence and commonality"

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The King\'s Own Letters King James was a virtuous Christian! KJV interpreter George Abbot, abridged the genuine character of King James saying… "… he hath been so flawless and unspotted on the planet, so free from all touch of violence and recoloring ascription, that even malevolence itself, which leaveth nothing unsearched, would never discover genuine imperfection in it, nor cast most likely maligning on it. All must recognize him to be energetic as David; scholarly and shrewd, the Solomon of our age; religious as Josiah, watchful of spreading Christ\'s confidence; ...pretty much as Moses, undefiled in all his courses; as Jehoshaphat, or Hezekiah, brimming with clemency..."

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The King\'s Own Letters King James was a Christian writer! Ruler James energized " genuine adapting, particularly in the sacred writings... " He said, " God\'s part ought not be forgotten, for the trepidation of the Lord is the start of shrewdness" The King\'s forcefully held Christian convictions can best be found in his own particular works. In 1604 he composed Counterblast to Tobacco . See presentation part I for a little bit of this composition… Witchcraft, "Soothsaying," "Enchantment," "Magic," and "Divination" are "obviously precluded" "by the sacred text," King James I states in his book, Daemonologie , written in 1597…

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The King\'s Own Letters King James was a Christian writer! "The dreadful flourishing as of now in this nation, of these despicable slaves of the Devil, the Witches or conjurer, hath moved me (darling peruser) to dispatch in post this taking after treatise of mine..." "Despite the fact that man in his Creation was made in the picture of the Creator, yet through his fall having once lost it, it is however reestablished again in a section by beauty... So all the rest falling far from God, are given over in the hands of the Devil that adversary, to tolerate his picture; and being once so given over, the best and the grossest offensiveness, is the pleasantest ..." "We day by day battle against the Devil in a hundred different ways... Indeed, even so should we strikingly to go ahead in battling against the Devil with no more noteworthy dread."

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The King\'s Own Letters King James was a Christian writer! He cautions, "that old and shrewd Serpent, being a soul, he effortlessly sees our affections, thus adjusts himself thereto, to hoodwink us to our disaster area." He cautioned further, "For as I would like to think our adversary is over craftie, and we over feeble (aside from the more prominent effortlessness of God) to examine such risks, wherein he satisfies to trap us." He cautions that "the father of all untruths" drives lost men into "the everlasting destruction of their spirit and body." Without recovery, men slip into servitude and the detestations of damnation!

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The King\'s Own Letters King James was a Christian creator! "Men having accomplished an incredible flawlessness learning, but then outstanding overbare (oh dear) of the soul of recovery and organic products thereof; tread upon the dangerous and unverifiable size of interest getting to be bond-slaves to their mortal adversary; and their insight, for all that they assume thereof, is nothing expanded, aside from in knowing underhandedness, and the detestations of Hell for discipline thereof ..." He cautions Christians not to request divine revelations or ask into things " which he would not uncover to us... by Scriptures... It becometh us to be placated with a modest lack of awareness, they being things a bit much for our salvation."

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The King\'s Own Letters King James was a Christian creator! He expresses that trials come to Christians "...to become all of excessively annoying, and arousing up of their energy, for reprimanding of the viewers, not to trust overmuch in themselves, since th

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