Title: The KJV Interpret, A KJV Hypothesis.
by Kenneth G Redden

November 6, 2018

Thesis Statement: There may be an interpretation regarding the mystery of God, written into the King James Version of the Holy Bible. “The KJV Bible”; I like to call that the, Kenneth Jesus Victory Bible.

I.                 The King James Bible is the Word of God.

A.   It began with Melchizedek; from the beginning, as it has been written in the beginning of the King James Version of the Holy Bible.

B.   The work continued in the KJV Bible with Melchisedec; on the third day of the creation, as we are written in 2Peter 3:8 and Hebrews also.

C.   The work continued with Melchisedec, “today” in 1611 England; where today appears to be the last fourth day of the creation and the Word of God is complete in the King James Version of the Holy Bible.

II.              The KJV Interpret.

A.   The KJV Bible may tell the story of the history of the days of the creation for the Revelation of Jesus Christ.

B.   Paul’s model demonstration, 2Peter 3:3-8, gives us a good overview of the way things are now.

C.   Details found throughout scripture, all in total agreement.

III.           Logical format.

A.   The interpretation offered by the Word of God in the KJV Bible is the only interpretation to be read inside; there be no, “private interpretation,” written within; 2Peter 1:20.

B.   The KJV appears to be logically formatted according to the occurrence of the days of the creation.

1.     Text preceding the book of Psalms may be from the beginning.

2.     The book of Psalms may be for the second day.

3.     Text occurring during and after the book of Psalms, may be from the third day.

4.     The fourth day, fifth day and sixth day may be spoken of in the book of Revelation.

5.     The fifth day may be prophesied in Revelation 6:9, 10 & 11; and realized in Revelation 20:4.

IV.           Paul’s demonstration.

A.   The demonstration may use textual patterns to connect passages, adding knowledge of the days of creation.

B.   These textual patterns may be of virtually any type or configuration.

C.   And all is in agreement.

V.             All is in total agreement.

A.   Therefore, Ephesians 2:18 is in total agreement with 2Timothy 3:15.

B.   It is because of the Faith of Jesus Christ that we have no sin and His work is finished, the Universe is perfect; fore although evil may exist, he has taken “sin” away from the world.

C.   And Revelation 6:4 agrees with Revelation 17:1.

D.   And Revelation 6:9, 10 & 11 are realized by Revelation 20:4; according to 2Peter 3:8. 

E.    We are written in, it is plain.

F.    And it was the making of the stars which all made it happen, that is the addition.