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  The DEFINED King James Bible: Definitions For Change

 The DEFINED KJB Says Jesus Christ is the Mediator of the New Will

Some of The DEFINED King James Bible's footnotes contain deceptive and confusing definitions. If the reader is not familiar with the doctrines of the Holy Bible and does not understand the meaning of words and phrases in biblical context, some of the footnotes in The DEFINED King James Bible will interfere with his or her understanding of the Bible and subvert his spiritual walk. Do you think God is behind a work that pollutes the King James Bible with definitions designed to confuse?

The Bible For Today—by way of definitions—need only change a critical word here and there throughout the Scriptures in order to undermine the King James Bible reader's understanding of God's word—and that is exactly what they are doing.

The DEFINED King James Bible provides the correct definition for "testament" in other verses, but in one strategic spot they use the word, "will" to define "testament" which renders a pivotal verse in Hebrews 9:15 nonsensical.

Below is the verse The Bible For Today changed the meaning of by way of a footnote:

 And for this cause he is the mediator of the new testament10b, that by means of death, for the redemption of the transgressions that were under the first testament10b, they which are called might receive the promise of eternal inheritance. Heb. 9:15

(DEFINED King James Bible footnote: 10brare will)

Let's read the verse again and insert the Waites' definition:

And for this cause he is the mediator of the new will, that by means of death, for the redemption of the transgressions that were under the first will, they which are called might receive the promise of eternal inheritance. Heb. 9:15

Jesus Christ is not the mediator of the new will. He is the mediator of the new testament—the covenant of grace; the new binding agreement between God and man by the mediator, the Lord Jesus Christ. This is distinct from the old covenant between God and the Israelites, in which Moses was the mediator.

Note: "testament" does mean "will" in some contexts but not in Hebrews 9:15.

Beware of the deceptive definitions scattered throughout The DEFINED King James Bible.

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