Saturday, April 30, 2016

Covenant or Testament?

   From the expanded preface of The Alpha and Omega King James Modernized Version Study Bible - Large Print Edition:
    Another correction that will be noticed. Is the use of the more biblically correct word covenant rather than testament. For the word "testament" is found only 14 times in 13 verses in the New Covenant of the Word of Supreme God. Whereas the more accurate word "covenant" is found 20 times in the New Covenant and 272 times in the Old Covenant. The definitions of the two different words themselves bear witness as to which word is most fitting in the Word of Supreme God. For "testament" is the will of a dying person. While "covenant" is an agreement between two or more parties on certain terms. Is our Supreme God dead or dying? No, He most certainly is not. And: “For he is not a Supreme God of the dead, but of the living: for all live to him.”--Jehoshua, Luke 20:38. In addition, one of the definitions of the word "testament" is the word "covenant".
   References have been added through the first chapter of First Corinthians. With other additions and alterations. Available for download

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