Do Not Be Deceived

I have learned recently that corruption knows no boundaries. The evil one has used every method possible to deceive us as Christ followers and to steal, kill, and destroy others. This may come as a shocking surprise to a lot of you. There are countless translations of the Bible but only one can be trusted. The traditional King James Version of the Bible is the only inerrant English version. You may ask if this is the case then why have other versions been made in recent history? The real reason is to omit slight portions that take away from the doctrine. A large deletion would be too noticeable. The proposed rationale by the makers is to simplify and modernize the words to make it easier to read. It’s a ridiculous explanation once you realize their true motives and the fact that it only takes a fifth grade level education to read and comprehend the KJV. The second most popular version of the Bible is the NIV. It has 64,098 less words than the KJV. This omission is approximately 10% of the Bible. 15 entire verses have been deleted. Fortunately, the KJV is still the most popular but over time that could change. Just to give some comparisons with other translations, I’ll cite some examples where these omissions of the NIV take away from doctrine. Here is an example from one of my most trusted sources

Westcott and Hort have expunged the record of this powerful weapon against the Gates of Hell! When Jesus was asked by His disciples why they couldn’t cast out the evil spirit, He replied to them, in Mark 9:29 (KJV), “…This kind can come forth by nothing, but by prayer and fasting.” However, the NIV states, “…This kind can come out only by prayer.” Note that the secret weapon, “fasting,” is conveniently omitted by the NIV in Mark 9:29 and also in Matthew 17:21, Acts 10:30, and I Corinthians 7:5. Does it make sense that Satan would want this weapon to be destroyed?

In James 4:5, the majority-text King James records, “Do ye think that the scripture saith in vain, The spirit that dwelleth in us lusteth to envy?” In the minority-text NIV we become victimized by God’s own design. It reads, “Or do you think Scripture says without reason that the spirit he caused to live in us envies intensely?” The carnal spirit that dwells in man is a product of man’s sin and not God’s design. In the NIV, God becomes the reason for man’s sin.

One final example is Isaiah 14:12 where, in the NIV, Lucifer experiences a name change—from Lucifer to Morning Star—a name reserved for Jesus Christ Himself. The King James writes, “How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning!…” The minority-text NIV writes, “How you have fallen from heaven, O morning star, son of the dawn.”

These are just a few excerpts from countless examples. Today on average 55% read the trusted KJV, 20% read the NIV, and the rest read the numerous other versions. Even the New King James version has deletions in it! Not even it can be trusted. They try to say the King James Version is obsolete because of its age. Is the 2000 year old message of Jesus to be considered out of date and obsolete? Of course not! Ensure that you are receiving the full unadulterated Word of God.

Revelation 22:18-19:

18 For I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prophecy of this book, If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book: 19 And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book.


12 Comments Add yours

  1. malloryadamsblog says:

    I have done this same research. I have a king James Bible and a NIV and you are right. There are a lot of verses that they omitted and it is sickening to me. I am aware of this though and I try to keep a KJV handy so I can look into what I am reading further. I guess I can be happy that the publisher of my Bible actually let’s it be known which verses where ommitted so I can go find them. Very cool article and the enemy is all around us. People don’t realize it.

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    1. th3platform says:

      Very happy you were already aware!

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  2. I had NO idea!! I just knew my heart said KJV, but I assumed it was because that’s what I was raised with. Thank you again for exposing Satan’s lies and schemes!! That is so blasphemous to give Jesus’ name to Lucifer!! I’d think that was cause to get rid of that version!!

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  3. Arkenaten says:

    How do you think the KJV was compiled?
    What source material was used and what method for determining the veracity of the text?
    I would be interested in reading your historical take on this.

    You also use the term ”Gates of Hell”.
    Could you explain the origin of the term Hell and all the relevant etymology?


    1. lptrey says:

      It was compiled from Greek and Hebrew manuscripts. Here is a link you can use for more details: I did not use the term “Gates of Hell” myself. It was part of the italicized quote I used from a post on That specific phrase is metaphorical. I’ll stick to the literal definition of hell as “a place of torment for the wicked after death.”


  4. Great post! I love the King James Version. I still use my old KJV as my “go to” when I am at home because I know where things are, I memorized it in the KJV, but I have the Scofield, which was advised by my pastor when I was a young Christian. I have been trying to find a new KJV because I now understand its footnotes, exegesis is with the Dispensational bent. My new church which is a Reformed Baptist Church uses the ESV. So I bought one. It’s okay, but I do prefer KJV. I did not find it difficult at 18 years old.

    By the way, I love your About page. There was no place to “Like” it.

    Thanks for following me.

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  5. Hi Lawson, I meant to ask what is the meaning of your blog name, TH3 Platform?

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    1. lptrey says:

      Thanks for asking this question! It’s simply the term I use to describe this website as a platform for my ministry and polical views. A platform to reach as many people as I possible can with my messages about our Lord!

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      1. I just didn’t know whether it stood for something, and didn’t want to miss it. I like your home page too.

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      2. lptrey says:

        Thank you ma’am that means a lot! Feel free to share anything you like and help me reach people. God bless you.

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  6. prayer says:

    how do you know this stuff?
    are you learning theology?

    Liked by 1 person

    1. lptrey says:

      Thanks for the question! i m not a theology student. I research online and read the Bible. I have a list of commonly used resources at the bottom of the home page.


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