Laws predating the 10 commandments
A Baptist Church is independent and governs, itself. ye do' [last half of the verse is omitted] 7.16 -- ALL of this verse is omitted 7.27 -- 'Jesus' 8.1 -- 'Jesus' 8.17 -- 'Jesus' 9.24 -- 'Lord' [referring to Jesus] 9.29 -- 'and fasting' 9.42 -- 'in me' 9.44 -- ALL of this verse is omitted 9.45 -- 'into the fire that never shall be quenched' 9.46 -- ALL of this verse is omitted 10.21 -- 'take up the cross' 11.11 -- 'Jesus' 11.14 -- 'Jesus' 11.15 -- 'Jesus' 11.26 -- ALL of this verse is omitted 12.30 -- 'this is the first commandment 12.41 -- 'Jesus' 13.33 -- 'and pray' 14.22 -- 'Jesus' 14.22 -- 'eat' [KJV: 'Take, eat.' NASB: 'Take it'.] 14.24 -- 'new' ['of the new testament'] 15.28 -- ALL of this verse is omitted 15.39 -- 'cried out' 16.9-20 -- Omitted or bracketed in most Bibles [with variations].
We live in a day when the sovereign autonomy and independence of local churches is being challenged and even threatened by the drive toward the ecumenical merging of all "religions" into an apostate one-world church. Although missing in the Vatican and Sinai manuscripts, it is found in almost every Greek manuscript which contains Mark's Gospel.
It is "verbal" because it has to do with the Words of the Hebrew/ Aramaic and Greek. We believe that in order to be saved, sinners must be born again; that the New Birth is a new creation in Christ Jesus; that it is instantaneous and not a process; that in the new birth the one dead in trespasses and in sins is made a partaker of the divine nature and receives eternal life, the free gift of God; that the new creation is brought about by our sovereign God in a manner above our comprehension, solely by the power of the Holy Spirit in Connection with divine truth, so as to secure our voluntary obedience to the gospel; that its proper evidence appears in the holy fruits of repentance, faith and newness.
These Words are inerrant and infallible because it is impossible for God to make any mistakes or errors.
Though the process of inspiration has never been repeated, the product of inspiration, that is, the Hebrew/Aramaic and Greek Words, have been preserved by God in the Words of the Masoretic Hebrew and Textus Receptus Greek texts that underlie the King James Bible.
(2 Timothy , 17; 2 Peter -21; Titus 1:2) Further, we believe that God has promised both to preserve His Words (Psalm 12:6-7; Matthew -18, and others) and to keep His promises (Romans -21; Hebrews ).
We moreover purpose that when we remove from this place we will, as soon as possible, unite with some other Bible believing church where we can carry out the spirit of thin covenant and the principles of God's Word. 3:1-7 for the benefit and good order of human society; 2 Sam. 29:2; Titus 3:1 and that civil servants and public officials are to be prayed for, conscientiously honored, and obeyed. NOTE: This is a list of Omissions & Changes found in most modern New Testaments MATTHEW 1.25 -- 'firstborn' 4.12 -- 'Jesus' 4.18 -- 'Jesus' 4.23 -- 'Jesus' 5.44 -- 'bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you,' and 'despitefully use you, and' 6.33 -- KJV: 'the kingdom of God'; NASB: 'His kingdom' 8.3 -- 'Jesus' 8.5 -- 'Jesus' 8.7 -- 'Jesus' 8.29 -- 'Jesus' 9.12 -- 'Jesus' 12.25 -- 'Jesus' 13.36 -- 'Jesus' 13.51 -- 'Jesus saith unto them' 13.51 -- 'Lord' ['Yea, Lord'] 14.14 -- 'Jesus' 14.22 -- 'Jesus' 14.25 -- 'Jesus' 15.16 -- 'Jesus' 15.30 -- 'Jesus' 16.20 -- 'Jesus' 17.20 -- 'Jesus' 17.21 -- ALL of this verse is omitted 18.2 -- 'Jesus' 18.11 -- ALL of this verse is omitted 19.9 -- 'and whoso marrieth her which is put away doth commit adultery.' 20.22 -- 'and to be baptized with the baptism that I am baptized with?
How thankful I am to continue to build on that Biblical Foundation. and civil rulers have no authority to control the church or its functions and should not interfere with its programs. We believe that Jesus Christ the Lord will return to catch-up (rapture) all believers to Himself just before God pours out seven years of the worst judgment, the world had ever known (called the tribulation). The Trinitarian Bible Society gives these instructions in making the comparison.The New Testament term for "inspiration" is theopneustos meaning "God-Breathed." It comes from two Greek words, "theos" [God] and "pneuo" [to breathe]. The process of God's breathing out His Words occurred when He breathed out or "inspired" the Hebrew/ Aramaic and Greek texts. It is "plenary" inspiration because it extends to every one of the 66 books equally, from Genesis to Revelation. We believe in the authority and sufficiency of the Holy Bible, consisting of the sixty-six books of the Old and New Testaments, as originally written; the Hebrew/Aramaic Old Testament text and Greek New Testament text. ; Col.; John 3:8 We believe that justification is that judicial act of God whereby He declares the believer righteous upon the basis of the imputed righteousness of Christ; that it is bestowed, not in consideration of any works of righteousness, which we have done, but solely through faith in the Redeemer's shed blood. In the last we are conformed to the image of Christ and removed from the presence of sin. It was verbally and plenarily inspired of God and is the product of Spirit-controlled men, and therefore, is infallible and inerrant in all matters of which it speaks.