Why We Use King James Version Bible?

King James Bible Declaration

Whereas 2011 marked the 400th Anniversary of the 1611 King James Bible,

And Whereas the King James Bible is based on the Masoretic Old Testament (compiled from the ancient Old Testament manuscripts, guarded and handed down, by the Masorete Hebrew Scholars) and the Received Text (known as the Textus Receptus, Majority text or Byzantine Greek text) preserved by God through Godly men (Ps. 119:89),

And Whereas over 47 spiritually qualified scholars academically superior in Biblical language and related areas in which no group of translators has before or since been endowed by God to undertake this divinely inspired work (Ii Tim. 2:21),

And Whereas modern Bible versions have been heavily influenced by corrupted text discarded and rescued from obscurity being revised, updated, altered by men that denied inspiration and inerrancy, men who were evolutionists, rationalists, and theological liberals ( I Tim. 6:20-21; II Cor. 2:17; II Tim. 3:8; I Thess. 4:7; I Thess. 4:1-8),

And Whereas the Biblical English of the King James Bible is faithful to the original Hebrew and Greek text proven for 400 years in spiritual power, clarity, readability yet with a surprisingly small vocabulary simplicity yet soaring to lofty heights (Matt. 5:18; Ps. 119:9-11, 89, 103, 105, 152, 160; II Tim. 3:16),

And Whereas God is not the author of confusion so obvious among users of modern versions when congregations watch projections on big screens of multiple Bible versions and cannot even turn together as believers in the same Bible to read, recite, or study the scriptures together (I Cor. 14:33),

And Whereas King James Bible users hold dear the privilege to take their Bibles to church with the ability to read in unison, search the scriptures together, memorize and quote the Bible together plus follow the pastor as he reads and preaches from the King James Bible (Amos 3:3; Acts 17:11),

And Whereas the modern Bible proponents continue to produce version after version seemingly unable to settle on the best version but ever switching, changing and publishing more versions (Matt. 21:12; Mark 11:15-17; Luke 19:45-48; James 1:8),

And Whereas the source and text of the King James Bible is the standard for the inspired and divinely preserved Word of God, and without doubt English speaking people throughout the earth will continue to see God use His Book, the King James Bible in the preaching, teaching, soul winning, church planting, and missionary endeavors until all shall be fulfilled (Luke 11:35; Rev. 22:18-19),

Be it Resolved the English speaking Christian needs to keep reading, studying, memorizing, teaching, preaching, and holding forth the Word of Life - the old King James Bible. Amen. (Ps. 119:9, 11, 38, and 89; John 1:1-5; Eph. 4:14; Eph. 5:6; Phil. 2:16; I Peter 3:15; II Peter 1:19-21; Rev. 22:18-19)