The KJV Interpret, a KJV Hypothesis.
by Kenneth G Redden
March 20, 2019


There may be an interpretation written in the text, of the King James Version of the Bible; which reveals the mystery of God for Man of the 21st Century. Present in the letters of the text, one may find a complete story for those of biblical times and, “hidden wisdom,” for those of the Twenty-First Century. And we are given instruction regarding how Paul has revealed the “KJV Interpret” in Isaiah 28:10: “For precept [must be] upon precept, precept upon precept; line upon line, line upon line; here a little, [and] there a little:” just as the apostle Paul is in demonstration of the Spirit and of power, for those reading The Holy KJV Bible.


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

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

B.   Melchisedec; “without father, without mother, without descent, having neither beginning of days, nor end of life; but made like unto the Son of God; abideth a priest continually,” continued with His work 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 Holy King James Version of the Bible.

a.     I believe we may have evidence of ten generations, ten universes (M-theory?) with the ten times the phrase, “from the beginning” occurs in the KJV OT, after Proverbs 8:23.

b.    Evidence of “the beginning” with the three times the phrase, “from the beginning,” occurs in the KJV Bible; before the book of Psalms.

c.  And evidence of Adam with the two times the phrase, “from the beginning,” occurs in Psalms and Proverbs.

II.              Logical format.

A.   The interpretation given by the Word of God in the KJV Bible is the only interpretation offered; there can be no, “private interpretation;” as said in 2Peter 1:20KJV.

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, the everlasting/first day.

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, and just like Geneses One; with the seventh day following.

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

C.   Of an estimated one-quintillion occurrences of days; each occurrence may appear in a different universe.




The KJV Interpret


The “KJV Interpret” is very easy to read. The interpretation uses word patterns and subject matter to connect passages and add knowledge.

Genesis 1 is the model; all understanding must come through Genesis 1. The KJV Bible may be a description of the six days of Creation, from different perspectives; for all the generations of the heavens and the earth. In Genesis 2:4, our story, 21st Century Man’s story, may begin with “the generations of the heavens and of the earth.” It may be that here; God is addressing all generations when He created man in Genesis 2:6-7.

But no matter where the second day begins in Old Testament Scripture, we know it must have begun after Genesis 5:5; after Adam died. The second day may then begin with Genesis 6:5 and “the wickedness of man,” Then; the third day when, “God spake unto Noah,” after the flood in Genesis 8:15. And with the words, “second,” and, “day” in Genesis 8:15, the phrase, “the second month, on the seven and twentieth day of the month,” in Genesis 8:14; may be clear reference for the second day of the creation, with the numbers two and seven.

In 2Peter 3:3-8 we may have Paul’s demonstration of a brief history of Time. This doublet takes us from the beginning with the phrase, “Knowing this first,” in verse three. This phrase has three words, is a precise description of the beginning; from everlasting, to the first day in Genesis 2:7.

The phrase, “out of the water and in the water,” in 2Peter 3:5, may represent the second day. This phrase offers a description of the beginning of the second day, the day of the flood.

Verse six is to “stir up your pure minds by way of remembrance,” of the second day; from the third day, after the flood.

In verse seven our look, the KJV Reader’s look, is to the fourth day; the last fourth day, Today!

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


There is an important doublet regarding the beginning of the creation, shared by Revelation 2:12-13, John 8:44 & Isaiah 14:12-15KJV.

Revelation 2:12 may begin the doublet by using the meaning of the name of the church, “Pergamos,” "height or elevation", which may be a good designation for the place described 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.

Thusly, the meaning of the name, Antipas; "like the father", may tie into Revelation 2:12-13 with a meaning for, “name” that corresponds with “O most High” in Psalm 92:1. “Morning” and “night” may complete the day in Psalm 92:2; the work in Psalm 92:3 and it was good in Psalms 92:4. The doublet may then end with, “very deep” in Psalm 92:5 which may now reference, “Antipas” in Revelation 2:13KJV.

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. I believe this may be something, from the beginning; for The Father, for The Son and for The Spirit of God in the creation of the heavens and of the earth.

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

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


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

This occurrence today is the last occurrence of an estimated one quintillion occurrences of days. Estimation taken from Genesis 32:12 “as the sand of the sea”. However; Genesis 22:17 includes “the stars of the heaven,” which have not been included in our estimation. May this represent two different groups, or one contiguous numeration? I believe that it may represents two different groups.

And in every occurrence of days, KJV Interpret may deliver more information about the creation of the heavens and of the earth. “Today” is the last fourth day, the day the phrase; “He made the stars also,” can be added to Genesis 1:16KJV.

And Revelation 6:9, 10 & 11, with prophesy of the fifth day; is realized by Revelation 20:4, according to 2Peter 3:8.