The KJV Interpret, a KJV Hypothesis.
by Kenneth G Redden
January 16, 2019


There may be an interpretation regarding the mystery of God, written into the text of the King James Version of the Holy Bible. In Isaiah 28:10 we are given instruction on how to understand the, “KJV Interpret:” “For precept [must be] upon precept, precept upon precept; line upon line, line upon line; here a little, [and] there a little:” just as being done here now.


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

A.   It began with Melchizedek, king of Salem, priest of the most high God; from the beginning, as written in the King James Version of the Holy Bible.

B.   Melchisedec continued with the KJV Bible on the third day of the creation.

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

II.              In 2Peter 3:3-8 we may have a road map for the Creation.

A.    The phrase, “out of the water and in the water,” may represent the beginning of the second day.

B.   Verse six may be in remembrance of the second day; from the third day, after the flood.

C.   In verse seven our look is to the fourth day, the last fourth day: Today!

D.   The fifth day may be prophesied with the words, “fifth seal” in Revelation 6:9 and from 2Peter 3:8 it may be fulfilled with the phrase, “a thousand years”, in Revelation 20:4.

III.           The KJV Interpret.

A.   The KJV Bible tells the story of the days of the creation, for the Revelation of Jesus Christ.

a.     Genesis 1 is the model, all understanding must come through Genesis 1.

b.     I believe that our story may begin in Genesis 2:4.

c.     No matter where the second day begins in Old Testament Scripture, we know it must have begun after Genesis 5:5; after Adam died. I believe the second day begins with Genesis 6:5 and “the wickedness of man.” The third day may begin when “God spake unto Noah,” after the flood in Genesis 8:15. Please notice in Genesis 8:14, it was “in the second month,” on day 27; and there can be no happenstance.

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

C.   Details regarding the story of the Creation may be found throughout scripture.

a.     I believe we may have evidence of ten generations (ten universes) with the ten times the phrase, “from the beginning” occurs in the KJV OT, after the book of Proverbs. More specifically; after Proverbs 8:22.

b.     And then, evidence of the everlasting with the three times the phrase, “from the beginning,” occurs before the book of Psalms in KJV text.

IV.           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;” 2Peter 1:20.

B.   The logical format of the KJV Bible appears to follow the days of Genesis 1.

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

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

c.     Text occurring from Psalms thru the KJV NT, may be from the third day.

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

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

f.      Each day may appear in a different universe.

V.             Paul’s demonstration.

A.   The demonstration may use textual patterns to connect passages and add knowledge about the days of creation.

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

a.     A strong connection exists between Revelation 2:12-13, John 8:44 & Isaiah 14:12-15.

b.     Revelation 2:12 may begin by using the meaning for the name of the church, “Pergamos,” which is, "height or elevation", as designation for the place in Isaiah 14:13-14. Then we may find the meaning of the name, “Antipas,” which is, “like the father”, having direction for the precept. We may find this type of pairing to be a KJV normality.

c.     Identification for the angel of the church of Pergamos may be in the phrase, “sharp sword with two edges.” HE may be, The Word of God in Ephesians 6:17.

d.     John 8:44 may tie into this place using the word, “abode,” to communicate with, “dwellest” and “dwelleth,” in Revelation 2:13. Where Satan’s seat is; “murderer” may be linked with “truth,” fore faith in the Word of God had yet to be denied. The lie was said in Isaiah 12:13-14, and the faithful Antipas was martyred, “from the beginning,” where Satan dwelleth.

e.     Thusly, the meaning of the name, Antipas; "like the father", may tie into Psalm 92:1 using Psalm 92:3 to arrive at Psalm 92:5. I believe “Antipas” in Revelation 2:13, is, “the deep.”

f.      What can “the harp”, “the psaltery” and “an instrument of ten strings” be used for in Psalm 33:2, Psalm 92:3 and Psalm 144:9.

VI.           All is in total agreement.

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

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

a.     This is the last occurrence after an estimated one quintillion occurrences of days.

b.     And every occurrence of days may add or take away text, in the KJV Bible.

c.     “Today” is the last fourth day, the day the phrase, “He made the stars also”; was added in Genesis 1:16.

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.

VII.        Christ Jesus took sin away from the world, but Christianity brought it back. It may have done this by misinterpreting the word, “faith,” in Ephesians 2:8; even in the light of 2Timothy 3:15. I believe this alteration may be from the third day of the Creation!

A.   There is no sin and there is Scientific proof that the Universe is perfect.

B.   Christ Jesus took sin away from the world, as said in John 1:29.


The KJV Interpret


I believe Jeremiah 4:23 is a retelling of Genesis 1:2, within a doublet ending Jeremiah 4:31 and beginning before the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. And in Jeremiah 4:29, “horsemen and bowmen,” may refer to, “a white horse: and he that sat on him had a bow,” in Revelation 6:2; putting the reader at the beginning. “Climb up upon rocks,” may refer to, “rocks of the mountains,” in Revelation 6:15, putting the reader at the second coming of Christ; Today, the last fourth day of the creation.


[Rev 6:2 KJV] 2 And I saw, and behold a white horse: and he that sat on him had a bow; and a crown was given unto him: and he went forth conquering, and to conquer.

[Jer 4:23-31 KJV] 23 I beheld the earth, and, lo, [it was] without form, and void; and the heavens, and they [had] no light. 24 I beheld the mountains, and, lo, they trembled, and all the hills moved lightly. 25 I beheld, and, lo, [there was] no man, and all the birds of the heavens were fled. 26 I beheld, and, lo, the fruitful place [was] a wilderness, and all the cities thereof were broken down at the presence of the LORD, [and] by his fierce anger. 27 For thus hath the LORD said, The whole land shall be desolate; yet will I not make a full end. 28 For this shall the earth mourn, and the heavens above be black: because I have spoken [it], I have purposed [it], and will not repent, neither will I turn back from it. 29 The whole city shall flee for the noise of the horsemen and bowmen; they shall go into thickets, and climb up upon the rocks: every city [shall be] forsaken, and not a man dwell therein. 30 And [when] thou [art] spoiled, what wilt thou do? Though thou clothest thyself with crimson, though thou deckest thee with ornaments of gold, though thou rentest thy face with painting, in vain shalt thou make thyself fair; [thy] lovers will despise thee, they will seek thy life. 31 For I have heard a voice as of a woman in travail, [and] the anguish as of her that bringeth forth her first child, the voice of the daughter of Zion, [that] bewaileth herself, [that] spreadeth her hands, [saying], Woe [is] me now! for my soul is wearied because of murderers.