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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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By Joseph DeCaro, Worthy News Correspondent ALEPPO (Worthy News)– A Christian doctor in Aleppo has recently updated Barnabas Fund about the desperate conditions in Syria after almost four years of continuous civil war. "The situation here still is very gloomy … The winter is very bitter, and temperatures are below zero … There are no heating systems or fuel at all. We are just sitting and wrapping ourselves with blankets … just to get some warmth. "Life is becoming unbearable and intolerable. Daily we have deaths among babies and small children, and elderly people because of the bitterly cold weather … tens and...
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By Joseph DeCaro, Worthy News Correspondent In separate incidents, two Kazakh Christians have been issued large fines for practicing their religion without the state's permission, according to Barnabas Aid. Both men have refused to pay their fines and now face further punishments. Nikolai Novikov was fined last year for worshiping in Uralsk without permission; Novikov is now banned from leaving the country. Although congregations require permission to meet, Novikov's church has refused to abide by the state's bureaucratic procedures. Maksim Volikov was fined last December for evangelizing in the village of Novoukrainka without permission. More than 165 books, magazines and CDs were confiscated. Volikov was previously...
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By Joseph DeCaro, Worthy News Correspondent NEW DELHI (Worthy News)– An Indian lawmaker of the ruling Hindu nationalist party has promised a death sentence for any Hindu who converts to Christianity, according to the International Business Times. "Wait for some time," said MP Sakshi Maharaj. "A law will be passed in Parliament in which anyone indulging in cow slaughter and conversion will be punished with the death sentence." However, Maharaj said Indians of Christian or other non-Hindu faiths who convert to Hinduism will not be sentenced to death on the assumption that all of India's religious minorities were all formerly Hindus. "Ghar wapsi" or...
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By Joseph DeCaro, Worthy News Correspondent MOMBASA (Worthy News)– Kenyan police are searching for a gunman who shot a Christian to death while on his way to a church in Mombasa on Jan. 11, according to Morning Star News. One of two men following 25-year-old George Muriki as he arrived at the gate leading to Maximum Revival Ministries Church shot him in the back three times after apparently mistaking him for the church pastor. Muriki, who was an active member of the 120-member church, is to be buried in his hometown of Meru; the church intends to cover all the expenses for his funeral. Police suspect that Muriki's...
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By Joseph DeCaro, Worthy News Correspondent HARARE (Worthy News)– Zimbabwe government authorities are threatening to arrest any Christians who refuse to leave the Maleme farm in Bulawayo where the Shalom and Ebenezer Christian ministries are located, according to Barnabas Aid. The Christians were told to hand the farm over to a new owner and to shut down its ministries. Since 1958, the Maleme farm has hosted Christians from all over the country. In 2007, another portion of the farm was dedicated to the Ebenezer ministry, which trains 75 apprentices in agri-business annually. The Shalom campsite has accommodated around 16,000 overnight stays per year; plans...
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By Joseph DeCaro, Worthy News Correspondent RALEIGH (Worthy News)– North Carolina residents came together last week to protest the removal of a veterans' memorial, according to Christian News. Back in 2012, a group called Americans United for Separation of Church and State had filed suit against the City of King, NC, claiming that a veterans' memorial depicting a soldier kneeling before a cross was unconstitutional. But others supported the memorial, notably Joseph Glatthaar, professor of history at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. "I consider the artwork to be a tasteful display that honors veterans and am convinced that it suggests nothing more than...
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MOSCOW (Worthy News)– Russia and Iran have signed an agreement to expand their military ties and resolve a long-standing dispute over the sale of a controversial air defense system to the Islamic Republic, the Times of Israel reported. In remarks carried by Russian news agencies, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said in Tehran Tuesday that the new agreement includes expanded counter-terrorism cooperation, exchanges of military personnel for training purposes and an understanding for each country’s navy to more frequently use the other’s ports. The deal provides for joint exercises and military training, as well as "cooperation in peacekeeping, maintaining regional and international...
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RIYADH (Worthy News)– In the last two years, media outlets have published conflicting reports on Saudi King Abdullah's health. Just last week, Saudi Arabia's Royal Court announced that the king has pneumonia and is temporarily using a breathing tube. In fact, every time the king's health deteriorates, news agencies speculate on what will become of the Saudi dynasty and its leadership after the king's death. But some Shiite scholars think differently about the matter, believing that Abdullah's death will mark the beginning of a chain of great events that will shock the world, al-Monitor reported. Abdullah, the 10th son of King...
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