You “MUST” buy yourself a “REAL” Bible

that has All THE Biblos/87 Books.

Here is the fastest way to get a “REAL” Bible:

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 This is the most complete version of the Bible “before” King James threw out 21 Books. There originally were probably 88 Books.

Yes, some books have blatent errors in them, 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 with all 87 Books is this above linked Book, The Cepher- Cepher 3rd edition 2018 revision 1 c3r1 www.cepher.net  

ISBN # 978-0-692-99804-5

It restores the Aleph Tav more than 10,000 times; previously omitted in other English translations. Alpha and Omega (Jesus Christ) in the New Testament to the Aleph and Tav (Jesus Christ) in the Old Testament.

 It includes all of the 81 books previously canonized as the Bible (see scripture comparison chart),

plus another 6 books considered to be inspired and/or historically significant: Chanok (Enoch) & Yovheliym (Jubilees) from the Dead Sea Scrolls, as well as Yashar (Jasher), 4 Ezra, 2 Baruk (Baruch) and Hadaccah (Additions to Esther), for

a total of 87 books under one cover.

It restores an accurate order to the books as they were originally written.

It corrects many notorious errors found in virtually all previous English translations, such as Yeshayahu (Isaiah) 14, Zakaryahu (Zechariah) 5, and Mattithyahu (Matthew) 23.

 It Restores chapters 151-155 of Tehilliym (Psalms),

as well as the 29th chapter of Ma'asiym (The Acts of the Apostles) chronicling Pa'al's (Paul's) journey to Spain

 

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.

 

Book

Dating

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]

Sirach

c. 180–175 BCE[5]

Hebrew in Jerusalem[5]

Tobit

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]

Judith

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]

Baruch[12][13][6]

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
[1]
6 Ezra (2 Esdras 15–16): probably Greek by a Levantine Christian
[1]

Odes

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.