You “MUST” buy yourself a “REAL” Bible

that has All THE 120 Books.

= NOT just 66 Books of King James.

You are NOT NOT NOT to limit yourself

to just 66

of the 1600 A.D. “King’s decided/chosen Books.

But instead

use the 120 Books.

And compare line on line, to know the Truth. Isaiah 28:10


Do “NOT” let a dead King tell you what you cannot read.


Here is the fastest way to get all the 120 Books:

It is nearly 3 inches THICK, and 8 ½ x 11. And it weighs nearly 10 lbs.. But costs only $60 = a Fantastic Value.




*All 39 books of the Old Testament, 27 books of the New Testament, and 54 books of the Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha, and Apostolic Fathers, all revised and retranslated into a clean, literal, and easy-to-read translation: the complete LSV collection. This is the largest and most comprehensive collection of non-Gnostic Scriptures and apocryphal books ever produced (120 books in total). This substantially exceeds the Catholic Bible (73 books), Ethiopian Bible (81 books), and even the Cepher (87 books).

King James threw out 21 Books. There were 88 Books.

King James Bible “also” has errors in it, and the King James Bible “also” has phony verses added to chapters:

Using the writings of the early Church Fathers, the Greek and Latin manuscripts and the testimony of the earliest extant manuscripts of the Bible, Newton claims to have demonstrated that the words "in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one", that support the Trinity doctrine, did not appear in the original Greek Scriptures.

So you have to use wisdom in reading and studying them. You get to the TRUTH by comparing all information written in ALL THE BOOKS on a particular subject, NOT NOT NOT by throwing out 21 Books.

And that means:

You do NOT NOT NOT just go by the King James’s Version, NOR by just any other version= 

The MOST COMPLETE version of God’s Bible books. There are errors and false additions in “all” translations, especially in the modern translations,

so do not fall for the lie not to read any other Books other than the 66 Books chosen out of 87 that ignorant King James decided to give you!

YOU have to use wisdom and discernment, here a little there a little. 10 For precept must be upon precept, precept upon precept; line upon line, line upon line; here a little, and there a little… KJV Isaiah 28:10

EVERY Bible edition has additions and errors including the King James, so get The Cepher which at least has “all” of the 87 Books= not just 66.

Here are some of the Missing Books going back to 300 B.C.




Original language (and location)

Letter of Jeremiah

c. 300 BCE[2]

Oldest versions Greek, probably originally Hebrew or Aramaic[2]

Psalm 151

c. 300–200 BCE[3]

Hebrew (Psalms 151a+b), later merged into Koine Greek Psalm 151[3]

1 Esdras

c. 200–140 BCE[4]

Probably Greek in Egypt, possibly from a 3rd-century Semitic original[4]


c. 180–175 BCE[5]

Hebrew in Jerusalem[5]


c. 225–175[6] or 175–164 BCE[7]

Probably Aramaic, possibly Hebrew,[6] possibly in Antioch[7]

Wisdom of Solomon

c. 150 BCE[8]

Most probably Koine Greek in Alexandria[8]


c. 150–100 BCE[9]:26

Oldest versions Greek, originally probably Hebrew, possibly Greek[9]:25

2 Maccabees

c. 150–120 BCE[6]

Koine Greek[10]

1 Maccabees

c. 135–103 BCE[10][6]

Hebrew, probably in Jerusalem[10][6]

Additions to Daniel

c. 100 BCE[11]

Oldest versions Greek, originally Semitic or Greek[11]

Prayer of Manasseh

c. 200 BCE – 50 CE[3]

Oldest versions Greek, originally probably Greek, possibly Semitic[3]


c. 200–100 BCE (1:1–3:38)

c. 100 BCE – 100 CE (3:39–5:9)

(1:1–3:38) Koine Greek, probably originally Hebrew

(3:39–5:9) Koine Greek, possibly originally Hebrew or Aramaic

3 Maccabees

c. 100–50 BCE[3]

Koine Greek, probably in Alexandria[3]

Additions to Esther

c. 100–1 BCE[14]

Koine Greek in Alexandria[14]

4 Maccabees

c. 18–55 CE[3]

Koine Greek, probably outside Palestine[3]

2 Esdras

c. 90–100 CE (4 Ezra)[1]
c. 100–300 CE 
(5 Ezra)[1]
c. 200–300 CE 
(6 Ezra)[1]

4 Ezra (2 Esdras 3–14): probably Hebrew by a Palestinian Jew[1]
5 Ezra (2 Esdras 1–2): probably Latin by a Christian
6 Ezra (2 Esdras 15–16): probably Greek by a Levantine Christian


c. 400–440 CE[15]

Codex Alexandrinus is the oldest version. Medieval Greek, prior history unknown[15]

Study to show yourself a WORKMAN

Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed,

rightly dividing [discerning truth from error] the word of truth. ... Be diligent to present yourself approved… KJV 2 Timothy 2:15.

That means you compare ALL Books and Books:


Passages that agree with each other= the truth.


Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path KJV Psalm 119:105.

In addition you may also want a translation from the

Greek New Testament


to English


God’s New Testament was 1st written in Koine Greek by the Apostles.

Therefore you want a translation from the Greek “DIRECTLY” to English,

“WITHOUT” being translated into English 2 times later, from copies from other languages.

The New Testament (NT) is the second division of the Christian Biblical Canon. The first division of the Christian Bible, is called the Old Testament, which is based primarily upon the Hebrew Bible; together they are regarded as sacred scripture by Christians.[1]

Therefore also buy this direct Greek to English translation:



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Re God’s 1st Set of Bible Books known as the Old Testament, they were written in Hebrew

with a few chapters in the prophecies of Ezra and Daniel and one verse in Jeremiah, that were written in Aramaic


The first human author to write down the biblical record was Moses. He was commanded by God to take on this task, for Exodus 34:27 records God’s words to Moses, “Write down these words, for in accordance with these words I have made a covenant with you and with Israel.” And what language did he use? He wrote in his native language, called Hebrew.

Hebrew is one of a group of languages known as the Semitic languages which were spoken throughout that part of the world, then called Mesopotamia, located today mainly in Iraq. Their alphabet consisted of 22 letters, all consonants. (Imagine having an alphabet with no vowels! Much later they did add vowels.)

During the thousand years of its composition, almost the entire Old Testament was written in Hebrew. But a few chapters in the prophecies of Ezra and Daniel and one verse in Jeremiah were written in a language called Aramaic. This language became very popular in the ancient world and actually displaced many other languages. Aramaic even became the common language spoken in Israel in Jesus’ time, and it was likely the language He spoke day by day. Some Aramaic words were even used by the Gospel writers in the New Testament.

The New Testament, however, was written in Greek. This seems strange, since you might think it would be either Hebrew or Aramaic. However, Greek was the language of scholarship during the years of the composition of the New Testament from 50 to 100 AD.

The fact is that many Jews could not even read Hebrew anymore, and this disturbed the Jewish leaders a lot! So, around 300 BC a translation of the Old Testament from Hebrew into Greek was undertaken, and it was completed around 200 BC. Gradually this Greek translation of the Old Testament, called the Septuagint, was widely accepted and was even used in many synagogues. It also became a wonderful missionary tool for the early Christians, for now the Greeks could read God’s Word in their own tongue.

[Editor’s Note: But you want translations “directly” from the Hebrew and Aramaic, into English.

NOT from the

1.) Hebrew 2.) to the Greek and then 3.) a 3rd third hand translation to English.]

The New Testament authors wrote in Greek. They did not, however, use the really high-class or classical Greek, but a very common and everyday type of Greek- Koine Greek. For many years some scholars ridiculed the Greek of the New Testament because many of its words were strange to those who read the writings of the great Greek classical authors such as Plato and Aristotle. But later many records were uncovered of ordinary people, and amazingly there were the same common terms used in everyday speech! The ridicule dried up accordingly.

The earliest copies of parts of the Hebrew Old Testament were discovered in 1947. They are part of the famous Dead Sea Scrolls and actually date back to the first century B.C..

Even though they are at least 900 years older than any parts of the Bible that we had before this, the Dead Sea Scrolls  are not the originals. They are copies.

The originals of the O.T. have “ALL” been lost or destroyed.

Editor’s Note:

*** So you need the Cepher

plus the English-Greek Interlinear

to have the all the Books and the complete and earliest more accurate 1 to 1 translation.

If you REALLY want to cover all the bases there is a 3rd Bible to buy called the Ethiopian Bible:

What are the books of the Ethiopian Bible?

Esther Fleming December 3, 2020


Table of Contents

What are the books of the Ethiopian Bible?

The Ethiopian Bible includes the Books of Enoch, Esdras, Buruch and all 3 Books of Meqabyan (Maccabees), and a host of others that were excommunicated from the KJV.

Does the Ethiopian Bible have 88 books?

Ethiopian Bible is the oldest and complete bible on earth : Ancient Origine. Written in Ge’ez an ancient dead language of Ethiopia it’s nearly 800 years older than the King James Version and contains 81-88 books compared to 66.

Where is the Ethiopian Bible?

5km away from Adwa, in the Mehakelegnaw Zone of the northern Tigray Region in Ethiopia, lies the Abba Garima Monastery, an Ethiopian Orthodox Church.

What are the 14 books removed from the Bible?

This book contains: 1 Esdras, 2 Esdras, The Book of Tobit, The Book of Susanna, Additions to Esther, The Book of Judith, Wisdom of Solomon, Ecclesiasticus, Baruch, The Epistle of Jeremiah, The Prayer of Azariah, Bel and the Dragon, Prayer of Manasses, 1 Maccabees, 2 Maccabees, Book of Enoch, Book of Jubilees, Gospel of …

What is the oldest Bible on earth?

the Codex Sinaiticus
Along with Codex Vaticanus, the Codex Sinaiticus is considered one of the most valuable manuscripts available, as it is one of the oldest and likely closer to the original text of the Greek New Testament.

Is the Garden of Eden located in Ethiopia?

In the middle ages the Garden of Eden was believed to be a physical place on Earth and the supposed location of Paradise was shown on many early maps of the world. Its location changed as more of the earth was explored; at one time, in the fifteenth century, the Garden of Eden was thought by some to be in Ethiopia.

How many books does the Ethiopian Orthodox Church have?

The canon of the Ethiopic Bible differs both in the Old and New Testament from that of any other churches. As a whole, books written in the Geez language and on parchment are numerous. The Ethiopian Orthodox Church has 46 books of the Old Testament and 35 books of the New Testament that will bring the total of canonized books of the Bible to 81.

What are the names of the books in the Ethiopian Bible?

Joseph Ben Guriyon 20. Jubilees 31. Enoch Books of Psalms (Songs) and Wisdom 32. Job 33. Psalms 34. Proverbs 35. Reproof (“Tsegats” in Ge’ez) 36. Ecclesiastes 37. Song of Songs 38. Wisdom (of Solomon) 39.

How is the Ethiopic Bible different from other Bibles?

The canon of the Ethiopic Bible differs both in the Old and New Testament from that of any other churches. As a whole, books written in the Geez language and on parchment are numerous.

Which is older the King James Bible or the Ethiopian Bible?

Written in Ge’ez an ancient dead language of Ethiopia it’s nearly 800 years older than the King James Version and contains 81-88 books compared to 66. It includes the Book of ENOCH, Esdras, Buruch and all 3 Books of MACCABEE, and a host of others that was excommunicated from the KJV

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Editor’s Note:

Everything that is of the ORIGINAL CHRISTIANITY


BEING DESTROYED or being made inaccessible.

So “BUY” this Bible that doesn’t have Books Destroyed

= that contains 120 Books.

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We make no $ from your purchase, and just want you to have access to ALL the Books

So that you can grow in Wisdom and Knowledge


By comparing line on line, verse on verse, to KNOW THE TRUTH.

“YOU” are commanded by God to compare

And you cannot “compare” if you do not have “ALL” the 120 Books.

God Himself states:

For precept must be upon precept,

precept upon precept;

line upon line, line upon line;

here a little, and there a little. Isaiah 28:10


The above means that you are NOT NOT NOT to limit yourself

to just 66

of the 1600 A.D. “King’s decided/chosen Books.

But instead use the 120 Books.

You will be amazed by its style of writing, that makes for easy reading, and clear valuable Knowledge.

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