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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 TEHRAN, IRAN (Worthy News)– The wife of an American pastor serving eight years in Iran for his Christian faith said God had chosen their family for this ordeal to reach people in despair. "The Lord has counted our family worthy enough to send Saeed to a dark place that he would be able to share with people who are in complete despair," Naghmeh Abedini told International Christian Concern. Saeed Abedini was arrested in Iran back on July 2012 while working on an orphanage project; he was later tried and sentenced for threatening Iran's national security. Naghmeh has called...
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By Joseph DeCaro, Worthy News Correspondent KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA (Worthy News)– Malaysia's Christian Federation and Bible Society are both appealing Selangor's administrative authorities to return more than 300 Bibles confiscated months ago in raids by the Islamic Department, according to International Christian Concern. Passing the proverbial buck, the Selangor authorities advised both organizations to appeal the Attorney General for restitution from the Islamic Department, an independent branch of local Malaysian administration that actually led the raids that confiscated the Bibles. During the raids, 321 bibles were seized and two Christian leaders were arrested and then released on bail. The raids stemmed from a controversial...
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By Joseph DeCaro, Worthy News Correspondent THIMPHU, BHUTAN (Worthy News)– Two pastors in southern Bhutan have spent more than a month in jail without being formally charged, according to Morning Star News. Police arrested M.B. Thapa and Tandin Wangyal in Khapdani village back on March 5. According to the minister of cultural affairs, Damcho Dorji, the two pastors were trying to coercively "proselytize". But Officer in Charge Pema Wangdi said the only basis for their arrest was an alleged failure to procure prior approval to conduct a ground-breaking ceremony for the construction of a new house on March 4. "The constitution gives the...
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By Joseph DeCaro, Worthy News Correspondent BANGUI, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC (Worthy News)– As sectarian killings continue in the Central African Republic, the country's churches held a month of prayer, according to Barnabas Aid. On March 30, members of CAR's two opposing factions — the Seleka and anti-balaka militias — gathered together in a sports stadium to demonstrate their reconciliation through a symbolic act of "burying the hatchet". The conflict in CAR began in November 2012 when the militant Islamists of Seleka launched an uprising against the country's Christian majority. Within months, anti-balaka militias were formed in response to the looting, raping and murders...
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By Joseph DeCaro, Worthy News Correspondent WASHINGTON, D.C. (Worthy News)– Patrick Air Force Base in Brevard County, Fla., has recently removed a display honoring missing airmen from a base dining facility, according to International Christian Concern. The "Missing Man Table" was intended to honor service personnel who didn't return from combat. The table displayed an inverted glass, a single red rose, a yellow ribbon, a candle, a plate with lemon and salt and a Bible. According to the Air Force Chiefs website, the presence of the Bible was to represent "the strength gained through faith to sustain those lost from our country, founded...
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By Joseph DeCaro, Worthy News Correspondent MANILA, PHILIPPINES (Worthy News)– The Philippine government signed a peace accord with that country's largest Islamist group in the hopes of ending decades of violence that killed more than 120,000, according to International Christian Concern. More than 1,000 Filipinos had gathered at Manila's presidential palace to witness the signing of a comprehensive agreement between government negotiators and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front. During the signing ceremony, President Benigno Aquino hailed the agreement as a "path that can lead to a permanent change in Muslim Mindanao." "This agreement stands as a testament to how far trust and earnestness...
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By Joseph DeCaro, Worthy News Correspondent PETERSBURG, RUSSIA (Worthy News)– Christian organizations in Russia that teach secular education may face harassment from government officials, according to Barnabas Aid. Last month, Russia's Supreme Court upheld a previous ruling that determined the St. Petersburg's Harvest Pentecostal Church wasn't licensed to teach non-religious education. The decision meant that the church had lost the right to own or rent property, but it intends to appeal the ruling to the European Court of Human Rights. Charges were first brought against Harvest Pentecostal because its building contained classrooms with desks. The St. Petersburg City Court later ruled that the...
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By Joseph DeCaro, Worthy News Correspondent CAIRO, EGYPT (Worthy News)– On a Friday afternoon late last month, a young woman was killed over a cross after she drove to the Ain Shams neighborhood of Cairo to deliver food and medicine to the elderly, according to International Christian Concern. Mary Sameh George — a 24-year-old lawyer who was to be engaged in May — was one of four people killed by Muslim protestors in Ain Shams on March 28. According to ICC sources, the Muslim Brotherhood holds a weekly protest march in Ain Shams every Friday after prayers, but on this particular afternoon, Brotherhood...
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