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AUTHORIZED KING JAMES BIBLE PURE CAMBRIDGE EDITION THE HOLY BIBLE CONTAINING THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS TRANSLATED OUT OF THE ORIGINAL TONGUES: AND WITH THE FORMER TRANSLATIONS DILIGENTLY COMPARED AND REVISED, BY HIS MAJESTY'S SPECIAL COMMAND, APPOINTED TO BE READ IN CHURCHES.

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Bible Index

In case you have never heard this:
- the Old Testament doesn't begin until Exodus 19.
There can not be an OT until the law was given to Israel.
- The New Testament does not begin until the death of Christ at the crucifixion. The authority for this is   Hebrews 9:16-17.
- This bible index is arranged with this in mind. The publishers of the bible have it wrong.
Do you believe God's word, or do you believe man, who publish your bibles??
You may want to listen to a message on this subject: Old and New Testaments

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Pre Old Testament
(Mankind, before the Law of Moses was given to the Nation of Israel)

Genesis ~ Exodus 1 to 18
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Old Testament
(Old Testament begins when the Law of Moses was given to Israel at the end of Exodus 18)

Exodus 19 to 40 ~ Leviticus ~ Numbers ~ Deuteronomy ~ Joshua ~ Judges ~ Ruth ~ 1 Samuel ~ 11 Samuel ~ 1 Kings ~ 11 Kings ~ 1 Chronicles ~ 11 Chronicles ~ Ezra ~ Nehemiah ~ Esther ~ Job ~ Psalms ~ Proverbs ~ Ecclesiastes ~ Song Of Solomon ~ Isaiah ~ Jeremiah ~ Lamentations ~ Ezekiel ~ Daniel ~ Hosea ~ Joel ~ Amos ~ Obadiah ~ Jonah ~ Micah ~ Nahum ~ Habakkuk ~ Zephaniah ~ Haggai ~ Zechariah ~ Malachi
(Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, are Old Testament teachings up until the death of the testator, our Saviour Jesus Christ. Then the New Testament begins, as recorded in Hebrews 9:16-17)
Matthew 1 to 27:50 ~ Mark 1 to 15:37 ~ Luke 1 to 23:46 ~ John 1 to 19:30

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New Testament
(New Testament begins at the death of the testator, our Saviour Jesus Christ...and not before, which is recorded in Hebrews 9:16-17)
Matthew 27:51 to 28:20 ~ Mark 15:38 to 16:20 ~ Luke 23:47 to 24:53 ~ John 19:31 to 21:25 ~
Acts 1 to 8
(God postpones New Testament at end of Acts 8, because Israel still rejected their Messiah, and God was about to pour down His wrath (the Great Tribulation), but God instead brings in the dispensation of His Grace.   Who does God use? Not some great believer of the day, but Saul, the persecutor of the Jews)
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Acts 9 to 28
(The preaching of Jesus Christ according to the revelation of the mystery, which was kept secret, is introduced to the Apostle Paul by our Lord Jesus Christ Himself after the Apostles Paul's salvation)

Acts 9 to 28
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Dispensation of the Grace of God
(Our Doctrine for today)
(The Gospel: 1 Corinthians 15:1-4, Ephesians 1:12-13, Ephesians 2:8-9)

Romans ~ I Corinthians ~ II Corinthians ~ Galatians ~ Ephesians ~ Philippians ~ Colossians
I Thessalonians ~ II Thessalonians ~ I Timothy ~ II Timothy ~ Titus ~ Philemon
(This is when the "catching away of the saints", the rapture, occurs)
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New Testament
(God resumes New Testament)

Hebrews ~ James ~ I Peter ~ II Peter ~ I John ~ II John ~ III John
Jude ~ Revelation

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Regarding the Bible: God deals with man differently in times past, times present, times future.

When we speak of the dispensation of the Grace of God, we are talking about this present day...meaning, from the time the Apostle Paul was saved in Acts 9, until the saints are caught up to be with our Saviour.

Where to go to find all you need to know about how a lost person is saved today? Romans Chapters 1 thru 4, only. Begin your bible reading and study with Romans.
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The gospel that saves: Romans 3:24-26 ~ "24. Being justified freely by his grace through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus: 25. Whom God hath set forth to be a propitiation through faith in his blood, to declare his righteousness for the remission of sins that are past, through the forbearance of God; 26. To declare, I say, at this time his righteousness: that he might be just, and the justifier of him which believeth in Jesus."

The Apostle Paul's declaration of the Gospel, 1 Corinthians 15:1-4 (KJB), and also, in whom you trust, Ephesians 1:12-13 (KJB), after believing Christ's death, burial, and resurrection, for payment of all your sins.

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The goal of my online bible is not only to have God's pure perfectly preserved word, without error, but to have God's word in audio, which also to be pure and without error.

One problem i am having tho is getting some of the names of the people pronounced correctly in audio. This has been difficult especially going thru the Chronicles and Nehemiah...whew! :)

This project is ongoing, and ongoing for some time, as when i'm done going thru the bible the first time, i will go thru it all again, and again, if i have too.

My King James Online Bible is now finished, complete with audio.

I have finished the narrating of my online bible. It's no where near as good as Alexander Scourby's audio of the KJB, as many say his is the best of all the bible narrators, but then i am not even close to being a film, television, and voice actor, like Scourby was.

Heck, in my narration, if you listen to it...you might even get a good laugh as i try to pronounce some of them biblical names. :) or, i guess you might absolutely hate it.

I am now going to go thru it all again to make sure there are absolutely no mistakes, no words missing, and all the puntuations are in their right places...so that it is for sure, that the audio and the written words, of my bible here, are the pure perfect words of God.


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BEWARE! University of Oxford Text Archive a King James bible, done without verse numbering, is a spoiled bible with punctuations and words missing, and words misspelled.

It is amazing just how many different King James Bibles out there that have typos, and changed words, which has changed the meaning in the verses!