Les Wood

United States

#101 Sep 19, 2008
AS you have seen that,the niv can do nothing of itself accept contridict itself,the niv leaves words out,uses words that have a multiable meaning thatn you may scratch your itching ear with and it adds alot of words that are vain and self comprimiseing,and we can all rest in complete hope when we see this,
the niv starts off with,
genesis 1:1, 1 In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth(it is telling you that there is more than one heaven),heavens,

The KJV states,1,In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.
One heaven,therefore there can only be one God.

the niv ends out with this,revelations 22:18 I am warning everyone who hears the words of the prophecy of this book. If you add anything to them, God will add to you the plagues told about in this book. 19 If you take any words away from this book of prophecy, God will take away from you your share in the tree of life. He will also take away your place in the Holy City. This book tells about these things.

The KJV states,
Revelations 22:18For I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prophecy of this book, If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book:

19And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book.
You part(your name),not your share,share is a alotment of a part,part is complete,and it cannot be taken out if it was(your part you your mane)not there.
So as we find all throught the niv,the self contridictions,the adds and subtracts,we must(if we want to go to Heaven)remember this,
Matthew 4:4,But he answered and said, It is written, Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God.
If you want to live,and I pray that you do.
Sherry

Texarkana, TX

#102 Sep 19, 2008
Thanks Cherokee, I am amazed at the ignorance of Les Wood. When I read his babbling I laugh. Poor old thing, he wants back in the compound so bad. I sure wish the old, pathetic, child molester, tony alamo would take him back in. We should feel sympathy for Les, he has nothing better to do and he thinks he can interpret the Bible for us.

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#103 Sep 19, 2008
Les Wood wrote:
This thread is for and about Jesus Christ only,do you people think that tony alamo and you pacas are more important ?
Then why don't you get off of this thread.
You obviously believe YOU AND YOUR BIBLE BABBLE are more important than exposing Alamo, his crimes, and rescueing his victims!
Les Wood

United States

#104 Sep 19, 2008
as you see folks,the true word of God is more powerful than anything,and that is why other versions,other then the KJV, as you have seen above and before how it contridicts itself,and cause people to become unglued calling slanderous names.
I did no interpitation,I jusy printed the correct verses with their correct meanings.

Heaven,(not heavens),shall pass away but the word of God shall stand forever and ever,but birds that try to goble up the word,and people with itching ears and those who scratch the ears,shall have there part in the lake of fire,not share of the lake of fire,but part a whole unit,the persons soul.

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#105 Sep 19, 2008
Les Wood wrote:
as you see folks,the true word of God is more powerful than anything,and that is why other versions,other then the KJV, as you have seen above and before how it contridicts itself,and cause people to become unglued calling slanderous names.
I did no interpitation,I jusy printed the correct verses with their correct meanings.
Heaven,(not heavens),shall pass away but the word of God shall stand forever and ever,but birds that try to goble up the word,and people with itching ears and those who scratch the ears,shall have there part in the lake of fire,not share of the lake of fire,but part a whole unit,the persons soul.
Blah blah blah, babble babble babble
Les Wood

United States

#106 Sep 19, 2008
John 3:16,For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

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#107 Sep 19, 2008
Les Wood wrote:
as you see folks,the true word of God is more powerful than anything,and that is why other versions,other then the KJV, as you have seen above and before how it contridicts itself,and cause people to become unglued calling slanderous names.
I did no interpitation,I jusy printed the correct verses with their correct meanings.
Heaven,(not heavens),shall pass away but the word of God shall stand forever and ever,but birds that try to goble up the word,and people with itching ears and those who scratch the ears,shall have there part in the lake of fire,not share of the lake of fire,but part a whole unit,the persons soul.
Nice try Less, but your wife only spells minimally better than you.
Don't make her do all your babbling for you.

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#108 Sep 19, 2008
And I might add, I'm not posting on his retarded thread
"Slanderous slamming free"
He can stay in there ALONE and copy/paste scripture until the rapture for all I care.

“Wodige Digatoli ale Awanita.”

Since: Jan 08

Equa Vdali

#109 Sep 19, 2008
Main article: Personal relationships of James I of England
Throughout his life James had close friendships with male courtiers, in particular Esmé Stewart, 6th Lord d'Aubigny (later 1st Duke of Lennox); Robert Carr, 1st Earl of Somerset; and George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham. There has been debate among historians about the nature of these relationships: "The evidence of his correspondence and contemporary accounts have led some historians to conclude that the king was homosexual or bisexual. In fact, the issue is murky." (Bucholz, 2004)[100] In Basilikon Doron, James lists sodomy among crimes "ye are bound in conscience never to forgive". At age twenty-three, James and three hundred of his men performed a dramatic rescue of Anne of Denmark when she was stranded on the coast of Norway. They married and bore seven children, some sources say nine children, only three of whom survived. James also had a documented two year affair with Anne Murray, later Lady Glamis, to whom he wrote poetry. However, restoration of Apethorpe Hall, undertaken 2004-2008, revealed a previously unknown passage linking the bedchambers of James and his favourite, George Villiers[101].

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#110 Sep 19, 2008
Main article: James I of England and religious issues
The Gunpowder Plot reinforced James's oppression of non-conforming English Catholics; and he sanctioned harsh measures for controlling them. In May 1606, Parliament passed an act which would require every citizen to take an Oath of Allegiance, incorporating a denial of the Pope's authority over the king.[82] James was conciliatory towards Catholics who took the Oath of Allegiance,[83] and he tolerated crypto-Catholicism even at court.[84] However, in practice he enacted even harsher measures against Catholics than were laid upon them by Elizabeth. Towards the Puritan clergy, with whom he debated at the Hampton Court Conference of 1604,[85] James was at first strict in enforcing conformity, inducing a sense of persecution amongst many Puritans;[86] but ejections and suspensions from livings became fewer as the reign wore on. A notable success of the Hampton Court Conference was the commissioning of a new translation and compilation of approved books of the Bible to confirm the divine right of kings to rule and to maintain the social hieracrchy, completed in 1611, which became known as the King James Bible, considered a masterpiece of Jacobean prose.[87] In Scotland, James attempted to bring the Scottish kirk "so neir as can be" to the English church and reestablish the episcopacy, a policy which met with strong opposition.[88] In 1618, James's bishops forced his Five Articles of Perth through a General Assembly; but the rulings were widely resisted.[89] James was to leave the church in Scotland divided at his death, a source of future problems for his son.[90]

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#111 Sep 19, 2008
Main article: Anne of Denmark

Anne of Denmark, by John de Critz, c. 1605.Throughout his youth, James was praised for his chastity, since he showed little interest in women; and after the loss of Lennox, he continued to prefer male company.[33] A suitable marriage, however, was necessary to reinforce his monarchy, and the choice fell on the fourteen-year-old Anne of Denmark (born December 1574), younger daughter of the Protestant Frederick II. Shortly after a proxy marriage in August 1589, Anne sailed for Scotland but was forced by storms to the coast of Norway. On hearing the crossing had been abandoned, James, in what Willson calls "the one romantic episode of his life",[34] sailed from Leith with a three-hundred-strong retinue to fetch Anne personally.[35] The couple were married formally at the Old Bishop's Palace in Oslo on 23 November and, after stays at Elsinore and Copenhagen, returned to Scotland in May 1590. By all accounts, James was at first infatuated with Anne, and in the early years of their marriage seems always to have showed her patience and affection.[36] But between 1593 and 1595, James was romantically linked with Anne Murray, later Lady Glamis, whom he addressed in verse as "my mistress and my love". The royal couple produced three surviving children: Henry, Prince of Wales, who was to die, probably of typhoid, in 1612, aged 18; Elizabeth, later Queen of Bohemia; and Charles, the future King Charles I of England. Anne predeceased her husband in March 1619.

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#112 Sep 19, 2008
Although a Protestant convert, Lennox was distrusted by Scottish Calvinists, who noticed the physical displays of affection between favourite and king and alleged that Lennox "went about to draw the King to carnal lust".[22] In August 1582, in what became known as the Ruthven Raid, the Protestant earls of Gowrie and Angus lured James into Ruthven Castle, imprisoned him,[27] and forced Lennox to leave Scotland. After James was freed in June 1583, he assumed increasing control of his kingdom. He pushed through the Black Acts to assert royal authority over the Kirk and between 1584 and 1603 established effective royal government and relative peace among the lords, ably assisted by John Maitland of Thirlestane, who led the government until 1592.[28] One last Scottish attempt against the king's person occurred in August 1600, when James was apparently assaulted by Alexander Ruthven, the Earl of Gowrie's younger brother, at Gowrie House, the seat of the Ruthvens.[29] Since Ruthven was run through by James's page John Ramsay and the Earl of Gowrie was himself killed in the ensuing fracas, James's account of the circumstances, given the lack of witnesses and his history with the Ruthvens, was not universally believed.[30]

In 1586, James signed the Treaty of Berwick with England. That and the execution of his mother in 1587, which he denounced as a "preposterous and strange procedure", helped clear the way for his succession south of the border.[31] During the Spanish Armada crisis of 1588, he assured Elizabeth of his support as "your natural son and compatriot of your country",[32] and as time passed and Elizabeth remained unmarried, securing the English succession became a cornerstone of James's policy

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#113 Sep 19, 2008
LOVE IT LOVE IT LOVE IT!!!

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#114 Sep 19, 2008
Egged on by Arran, James attacked the Presbyterian Church, and in 1584 he forced himself to be recognized as head of the Church. James's ambition to be king of England was matched by his need for English money; despite the attack on his favorite, Arran, the alliance with England was maintained. When his mother let herself be drawn into outright treason, James did little to prevent her execution in 1587.

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#115 Sep 19, 2008
"O whare are ye gaun?"
Quo the fause knicht upon the road.
"I'm gaun to the scule,"
Quo the wee boy, and still he stude.

"What is that upon your back?"
Quo the fause knicht upon the road.
"Atweel it is my bukes," Quo etc.
Quo the wee boy, and still he stude.

What's that ye've got in your arm?"
Quo...
"Atweel it is my peit."
Quo...

"Wha's aucht they sheep?"
"They are mine and my mither's."

“Wodige Digatoli ale Awanita.”

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#116 Sep 19, 2008
How many folks know that King James loved men and had sex with them? At the age of thirteen James fell madly in love with his male cousin Esme Stuart whom he made Duke of Lennox. James deferred to Esme to the consternation of his ministers. In 1582 James was kidnapped and forced to issue a proclamation against his lover and send him back to France.

Later, James fell in love with a poor young Scotsman named Robert Carr. "The king leans on his [Carr's] arm, pinches his cheeks, smooths his ruffled garment, and when he looks upon Carr, directs his speech to others." (Thomas Howard, Earl of Suffolk, in a letter, 1611)

Carr eventually ended the relationship after which the king expressed his dissatisfaction in a letter to Carr, "I leave out of this reckoning your long creeping back and withdrawing yourself from lying in my chamber, notwithstanding my many hundred times earnest soliciting you to the contrary...Remember that (since I am king) all your being, except your breathing and soul, is from me." (See The Letters of King James I & VI, ed., G. P. V. Akrigg, Univ. of Calif. Press, 1984. Also see Royal Family, Royal Lovers: King James of England and Scotland, David M. Bergeron, Univ. of Missouri Press, 1991)

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#117 Sep 19, 2008
King James 1 was a known homosexual who murdered his young lovers and victimized countless heretics and women. His cruelty was justified by his "divine right" of kings.
- Otto J. Scott, James the First

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#118 Sep 19, 2008
Written by His Royal Majesty, King James V, 1656

The Gaberlunzie Man

The pauky auld carle came oer the lee,
Wi many good eens and days to me,
Saying, Goodwife, for your courtesie,
Will ye lodge a silly poor man?
The night was cauld, the carle was wat,
And down ayont the ingle he sat
My daughter's shoulders he gan to clap,
And cadgily ranted and sang.

'0 wow!' quo he,'were I as free
As first when I saw this country,
How blyth and merry wad I be!
And I wad never think lang.'
He grew eanty, and she grew fain,
But little did her auld minny ken
What thir slee twa togither were sayn,
When wooing they were sa[e] thrang.

'And 0!' quo he,'ann ye were as black,
As eer the crown of your dady's hat,
'T is I wad lay thee by my back,
And awa wi me thou shoud gang.'
'And 0 !' qnoth she,'ann I were as white
As eer the snaw lay on the dike,
I'd clead me braw, and lady-like,
And awa with thee I 'd gang.'

Between the twa was made a plot;
They raise a wee before the cock,
And wyliely they shot the lock,
And fast to the beat are they gane.
Up the morn the auld wife raise,
And at her leasure pat on her claiths;
Syne to the servants bed she gaes,
To speer for the silly poor man.

She gaed to the bed where the beggar lay,
The strae was cauld, he was away;
She clapt her hands, cry'd, Waladay!
For some of oour gear will he gane.
Some ran to coffers, and some to kists,
But nought was stown that coud be mist;
She danc'd her lane, cry'd, Praise be blest,
I have lodg'd a leal poor man!

'Since nathing's awa, as we can learn,
The kirn's to kirn and milk to earn;
Gae butt the house, lass, and waken my bairn,
And bid her come quickly ben.'
The servant gade where the daughter lay,
The sheets was cauld, she was away
And fast to her goodwife can say,
She's aff with the gaberlunyie-man.

'0 fy, gar ride, and fy, gar rin,
And hast ye find these traitors agan
For she's be burnt, and be's he slain,
The wearifu gaberlunyie-man.'
Some rade upo horse, some ran a-fit,
The wife was wood and out o'er wit
She coud na gang, nor yet coud she sit,
But ay she cursd and she baud.

Mean time far hind outoer the lee,
Fou snug in a glen, where nane coud see,
The twa, with kindly sport and glee,
Cut frae a new cheese a whang.
The priving was good, it pleasd them baith,
To loe her for ay he gae her his aith;
Quo she, To leave thee, I will be laith,
My winsome gaberlunyie-man.

'0 kend my minny I were wi you,
Illfardly wad she crook her mou;
Sic a poor man she'd never trow,
After the gaberlunyie-man.'
'My dear,' quo he,'ye'r yet oer young,
And ha na learnd the beggar's tongue,
To follow me frae town to town,
And carry the gaberlunyie on.

Wi kauk and keel, I'll win your bread,
And spindles whorles for them wha need,
Whilk is a gentil trade indeed,
To carry the gaberlunyie, O.
I'll bow my leg, and crook my knee,
And draw a black clout oer my eye;
A criple or blind they will ca me,
While we shall be merry and sing.

“Wodige Digatoli ale Awanita.”

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#119 Sep 19, 2008
Dyann PACA West- CA wrote:
"O whare are ye gaun?"
Quo the fause knicht upon the road.
"I'm gaun to the scule,"
Quo the wee boy, and still he stude.
"What is that upon your back?"
Quo the fause knicht upon the road.
"Atweel it is my bukes," Quo etc.
Quo the wee boy, and still he stude.
What's that ye've got in your arm?"
Quo...
"Atweel it is my peit."
Quo...
"Wha's aucht they sheep?"
"They are mine and my mither's."
ROFLMBO

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#120 Sep 19, 2008
cherokee762 wrote:
How many folks know that King James loved men and had sex with them? At the age of thirteen James fell madly in love with his male cousin Esme Stuart whom he made Duke of Lennox. James deferred to Esme to the consternation of his ministers. In 1582 James was kidnapped and forced to issue a proclamation against his lover and send him back to France.
Later, James fell in love with a poor young Scotsman named Robert Carr. "The king leans on his [Carr's] arm, pinches his cheeks, smooths his ruffled garment, and when he looks upon Carr, directs his speech to others." (Thomas Howard, Earl of Suffolk, in a letter, 1611)
Carr eventually ended the relationship after which the king expressed his dissatisfaction in a letter to Carr, "I leave out of this reckoning your long creeping back and withdrawing yourself from lying in my chamber, notwithstanding my many hundred times earnest soliciting you to the contrary...Remember that (since I am king) all your being, except your breathing and soul, is from me." (See The Letters of King James I & VI, ed., G. P. V. Akrigg, Univ. of Calif. Press, 1984. Also see Royal Family, Royal Lovers: King James of England and Scotland, David M. Bergeron, Univ. of Missouri Press, 1991)
It is my Scottish Rite to know my heritage, and yes he even had his CATHOLIC sister-Queen murdered.

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