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Welcome to King James Bible Online. This web site utilizes the King James Version of the Bible that will help you learn about the Word of God. Man can not live by bread alone, but by every Word of God. Mat 4:4 and Luk 4:4 . The King James version of the Bible is known for its accuracy and beautiful poetic type language. Studies have shown and some people do believe that the KJV is easier to remember because of its poetic language, even though we in today's time do not use words like thy or thine, etc.,. they are still understandable to this day for what it means. We pray that as you use this site for your online Bible study that God will speak to you and be your very present help.

Psa 46:1  To the chief Musician for the sons of Korah, A Song upon Alamoth. God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.

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WASHINGTON D.C. (Worthy News)– President Obama announced sweeping changes to U.S. policy with Cuba on Wednesday, moving to normalize relations with the island nation and tear down the last remaining pillar of the Cold War, the Washington Post reported. Under the new measures, the United States plans to reopen its embassy in Havana and significantly ease restrictions on travel and commerce within the next several weeks and months, Obama said. Speaking from the White House, he declared that a half-century of isolation of the communist country "has not worked." "It's time for a new approach," he said. The history-shaping overtures come after more...
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By Joseph DeCaro, Worthy News Correspondent LANSING (Worthy News)– The Michigan House of Representatives has approved a state version of the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act despite claims that the bill will give license for religious discrimination, according to Christian News. The proposed statue states: "The free exercise of religion is an inherent, fundamental, and unalienable right secured by Article 1 of the state Constitution of 1963 and the First Amendment to the United States Constitution." Many understand that these rights are not granted by government, or the Constitution, but by God himself. The bill is modeled on the federal RFRA, which was...
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By Joseph DeCaro ANKARA (Worthy News)– A lawyer in Diyarbakir estimated that land grabs have targeted thousands of Christians and Yazidis in southeastern Turkey, according to Al-Monitor. They have even threatened the Yazidis if they try to return, Serhat Karasin told Al-Monitor. Problems with property ownership were triggered by Turkey's modernization of its land registry records at a time when many Christians, Yazidis and Kurds were living in European exile after fleeing the Kurdish conflict. Many of them lost their property to the Turkish treasury, which is entitled to confiscate any land after it was fallow for 20 years. A commission of legal experts...
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By Joseph DeCaro, Worthy News Correspondent PIEDMONT (Worthy News)– Not surprisingly, atheists were angered by an Alabama town's "Keep Christ In Christmas" theme for its annual Christmas parade, according to The Inquisitr News. Although Piedmont wanted to remind everyone about the reason for the season, the town's theme was opposed by the secular Freedom From Religion Foundation. On Nov. 24, the Wisconsin-based atheists reportedly sent a letter to Piedmont officials requesting the theme of the parade be changed because it wasn't appropriate for a secular celebration. But Piedmont Mayor Bill Baker disagreed. "It was a great theme," he said. "It's a small town. It's...
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By Joseph DeCaro, Worthy News Correspondent HARARE (Worthy News)– Heaven's Light Church in Harare, Ethiopia, was demolished Nov. 28 by order of the Shenkore administrative district that just days before had forcibly removed the church's sign, according to International Christian Concern. After the demolition, Heaven's Light Pastor Zemach Tadesse, his wife Aster and Pastor Yosefe Hailemariam were all detained for hours after attempting to photograph their damaged church. As all the land in Ethiopia is publicly owned, churches are unable to legally purchase property and build permanent places of worship. Instead, congregations must lease land until they are forced to either renegotiate the...
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By Joseph DeCaro, Worthy News Correspondent YOLA (Worthy News)– More than 1.6 million Nigerians who were forced to abandon their homes by the belligerence of Boko Haram are creating a humanitarian crisis in Africa's most populous nation, according to Yahoo News. Thousands of people are now living in empty fields, construction sites and improvised settlements in Yola, the capital of Nigeria's Adamawa State. A lack of sanitation coupled with the nearly 10,000 people presently occupying the Damare camp is creating a breeding ground for disease, according to Sylvanus Papka, a key health official. Papka said outbreaks of diarrhea and measles are now manageable thanks...
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By Joseph DeCaro, Worthy News Correspondent KHARTOUM (Worthy News)– Sudanese Police assaulted, arrested and then fined 38 Christians at Khartoum's Bahri Evangelical Church last week, according to Morning Star News. After harassing the congregation for weeks, police finally penetrated the church compound by breaking through the main gate while security personnel prevented anyone from entering or leaving. "We have enjoyed worshipping and praising God in prison," one of those arrested told Morning Star News by cellphone before it was confiscated. "The power of God was present among us — let the name of God be praised and glorified from now and evermore." The Christians...
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By Joseph DeCaro, Worthy News Correspondent CHICAGO (Worthy News)– Atheists in Illinois intend to place secular public displays near nativity scenes this Christmas, according to TheBlaze. The Chicago chapter of the Freedom From Religion Foundation has already posted a large, illuminated scarlet "A" — standing for "Atheist" — along with banners celebrating the winter solstice and the Bill of Rights in Chicago's Daley Center Plaza. FFRF has also collaborated with the Chicago Coalition of Reason to distribute a multitude of secular messages to outnumber all the religious symbols commemorating Christmas. Among the messages will be a banner that asks: "Are you good without God?...
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