If you have a King James Bible, this book needs to be inside it.
Rather than taking the time to learn the definitions of archaic King James words, many Christians simply buy a modern version of the Bible. This is a big mistake.
David Daniels, B.A., M.Div., is trained in Bible and linguistics. After twenty years of searching the Scriptures and studying the history of the Bible, he has concluded that the King James Bible is God's preserved words in English.
So rather than settling for a corrupt, inferior Bible version, all Christians should learn the meaning of less-familiar King James words. This little book makes it easy. Just slip it in the back of your Bible. When you run across an unfamiliar word, look it up.
"It takes a single generation to make a word archaic... and a single generation of Bible readers can bring it back into use." — David W. Daniels
Give them out at:
- Bible Studies
- Youth groups
- Sunday School classes
- Prayer meetings
- Christian Schools
- Bible Colleges
- To new converts along with a Bible
Abase: Make or bring low; to humble Job 40:11
Balm: A medicine; rosin fom a bush. Gen 37:25
Caldron: A pot; kettle; cauldron. 1 Sam 2:14
Daub: To cover or plaster. Ex 2:3; Ezek 13:10.
Earing: Plowing; tilling the ground. Gen 45:6
Fain: Earnestly want to or long to; gladly. Job 27:22