If None of the men commissioned by king james to write the english bible were filled with the holy ghost---could they honestly write the words of god? If yes how...

explain if u can..

 

and please dont dump a pile of scripture reference on us---with out ur spirit helping u define the meaning of those scriptures there are meaningless to the mass.

jkn8

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what is your native tongue..
plus they guy is speaking pig latin----
a version of the latin jesus spoke so u dont understand him---
cause u dont understand the language jesus and the nazarites spoke...
just answer the questions

is the above possible
so look at your thread question -- what Bible are you saying would be correct? or are all of them wrong? are you saying that because the roots of 'african american' forefathers were taken, they cant understand the Lord unless they learn the Word in its native language?
Ur god has to be dense.
the roots of the african gentile in the north were not taken they were sold and bantered...
in contrast the free people in south had their roots taken...
the northern nigger attempts to include the entire african population in his misery---not the case...the southern ngero has never bowed down to the gods of the yankees this is what the Samites or Semite wars were about...
google ft denaud...
what the darkhebrews are doing is drawing a line between most african american males---and those who are in the circle of 8...
we of the cicle have no claim to the gods of the usa...
like all native american our forefather worshipped Deus a full 200 years in the southeast part of america long before the yankee and his loki ir lackey...stalked into our lands...

its odd ur an isrealite but have so little knowledge of the holocaust or holy cause...
u must be jewish...
as long as follow the jewish books you beholden to the laws of men and never grasp the depth of the
dark hebrew.

the lowly state of african in america is due to his lack of knowledge of his mother tongue...

the gulah of SC are a very reiligous people and follow oneness ===because they new their native tongue...

elllen white the most powerful of people (never heard of in northern black church) was another powerful hebrew sista---whom the english tricked up north and use her works to found reiligions...elllen white (hammon)--ellen like mahala --spoke latin ---
not a single bible scholar on this network?
see what i mean about the black church--it cannot even defend its origin---
because its origin in so far as it knows---comes from go ole massa and missionary soso...up de north way...


come on folks the black church needs a Birth not a rebirth...
jkn8
you already answered them - you think the Bible is not credible.
a typical slave response...
nothing original no order just disorder---
o ye fake profits...
jkn8
i havent claimed to be a prophet - but you just seem mad at the bat - as opposed to whos swinging it.

at any rate - i was honestly trying to get your point, but obviously you didnt have one, unless it was that the Bible isnt true. which is a vain point to make in a 'Preaching Network'. i guess your just lookin to rattle someones cage or call names with your obvious issues with black american history. either way - take care.

Shalom
i have never gotten answer to original question of this post---
u must be trying to avoid the topic...
and yes prophet of deus ---
and circle of 8 have a lot of cages to rattle and unlock..
deus us no jeus...
and re ur implication---the Circle of 8 relies on no network---for an outlet...
we have the entrie internet...we are not partial to our outlets...
i am sure that were a false god is God of a false people---
truth will not find a home...
the negro will do as his master censure those he cannot master...
thus sealing his own worthless fate..

deus is a god of war
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