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Study the scriptures digitally.

I encourage everyone to study the Word of God digitally, because a hard copy keeps you in a “tunnel” vision of a particular interpreter or denomination. Every translation gives a different view of the gospel. It’s your duty to find the plain truth. So many denominations so many views. So many views, so many deceptions. Find out for your selves what the truth is. All of them are deceiving you in one way or another.

I told you:  I will sent you The Holy Spirit; He is the only One to tell you what to believe and nobody else.

The scriptures are only a compass to find  the way but, it is not THE way.

Jn 15:26 (AMP)

26 But the Comforter (Counsellor, Helper, Intercessor, Advocate, Strengthener, Standby), the Holy Spirit, Whom the Father will send in My name [in My place, to represent Me and act on My behalf], He will teach you all things. And He will cause you to recall (will remind you of, bring to your remembrance) everything I have told you.


When you study digitally, you can change from one book to another in seconds comparing them, you will find the truth because you can compare verses en interpretation quickly. In that way revealing the truth for yourself. The difference lies in the small words like “in” or “through”. (check this page) Sometimes they plainly lie by adding words that aren’t there!

All of the books have differences, all of them! It’s necessary to have therefore different versions of the same book. The first translators from Roman Catholic Church didn’t copy words literally (word to word) because the bible would be unreadable and the sentence/line would make no sense. To make the sentence readable, they wrote down what it, in their view, should be in that way imposing the doctrine of the denomination they belong to. Sometimes they even ad words that weren’t there in the first place but, added it to impose their views on the reader. They could come away with it, until the digital time came along. We can study ourselves now. In church history, only priest were alowed to interpret scripture. Besides that they were the only one who could read or write.

Nowadays every book, every scripture and every knowledge is digitally available. We can read and study ourselves and check what our pastors or denominations are saying (its ugly). Man-made doctrine everywhere! Translators who didn’t have knowledge of the Greek language used the translated books to translate it into their own language. Many translations of the Bible today are translations of a translation downgrading the Gospel even further.

You need to go back to the manuscripts for yourself and find out the truth. Keep also in mind that only the manuscripts of the scriptures were inspired and not the translated ones. If possible study also the manuscripts. They are made readable for everyone through the Interlinear Bibles online ( http://www.scripture4all.org/ )

You will experience The Holy Spirit; He will tell you what the truth is. Sometimes The Spirit tells you something you didn’t read/find yet, until you find it and read it.



Compare the following manuscripts verses on which most oft he Trinitarians based their man-made doctrine on:

1 John 5:7

          NKJV Greek-English Interlinear New Testament


          ESV Greek-English Interlinear New Testament

The Greek is the same, but the NKJV added  a lot words which shouldn’t be there.


The reasons for these misinterpretations are obviously: one of them (NKJV ) is promoting and pushing people to believe the trinity doctrine through adding words that are not there! I am NOT telling you the ESV is OK. In other verses they do the same. When you would read only one hard copy Bible, you wouldn’t know about this deceiving and indoctrination of the churches and denominations!

Many pastors are of good faith in the Gospel and their intentions are genuine, but they simply don’t (or want to?) know, maybe through the indoctrination they went through. Many of them reads a hard copy or one particular digital Bible which is keeping them stuck in misconceptions an interpretations.


I have tried many apps: paid and unpaid. I came to the conclusion that the “Olive tree” Bible software is the best. https://www.olivetree.com/

They have a lot of books you didn’t know they exist and I find them affordable to. You can highlight, make notes, tags and use readings plans etc. etc. And it is also very good to know that you can download your purchased books in any digital device you have. (No, except our belief in Lord Yeshua, I don’t have any connection with them).


I recommend (at least) the following books to start with:

Complete Word study Bible **Olive Tree Enhanced Strong’s Dictionary*
The Amplified Bible*Literal Translations of the Holy Bible
ESV Study Bible Notes*Mounce’s Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words*
NIV Study Bible Notes*Vine’s   Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words*
NKJV Study Bible Notes*and your own favorite Bible
NKJV Greek-English Interlinear Bible**
ESV   Greek-English Interlinear Bible**
Young’s Literal Translations of the Holy Bible

*=absolutely recommended       **=must have


free interlinear bibles: http://www.scripture4all.org/


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