Concordance for the King James Bible KJV2022-02-07T11:01:31+00:00
Concordance for the King James Bible, KJV
Concordance for the King James Bible.
The New Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible KJV.
This Concordance provides an overview of each word in the KJV 1611 and where to find it. Concordance King James Bible.
(Do not mind the Greek and Hebrew at the back of this book, this tends too often to the reading of the NIV bible / Alexandria / Rome)
Greek and Hebrew dictionaries can be unreliable, so stick with the King James Bible and possibly a Webster’s 1828 Dictionary dictionary to find out the explanation of a word and this concordance to look up a word.
We understand that the inspired writings were primarily given in Hebrew (Old Testament) and Greek (New Testament). But these “original manuscripts” have been lost over many centuries, and to use that as an authority would be unjust and false.
Relying on Hebrew or Greek texts can lead to errors due to the wide variety of conflicting editions and variations of text types. There are at least 20 different Greek texts as well as many different Hebrew texts. Which is the right one?
With this book you can do your own word study’s on a specific word like ‘salvation’, this so that you can do your own Bible study without any other person in between and you can be guided by the Holy Spirit without the opinions of other men.
Concordance for the King James Bible. The New Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible KJV.
This updated edition of Strong’s Concordance takes James Strong’s monumental work and updates it to be even more useful.
It retains all the characteristics Strongs have been more than 100 years indispensable: enables the reader to easily access all biblical occurrences of a word found in the King James Version
If you are looking for a complete yet simple concordance that exact word study possible then ‘The New Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible’ is the ideal choice.
2 Timothy 2:15 Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.