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Jeremiah 33:3 (KJV) - Amen Somebody saw the back one of my shirts and asked me if I knew the verse. I knew the verse, but forgot the reference


Revelation 21:4 New King James Version (NKJV) And God will wipe away every tear from their eyes; there shall be no more death, nor sorrow, nor crying. There shall be no more pain, for the former things have passed away.


Matthew 24:36

Matthew 24:36 But of that day and hour knoweth no man no not the angels of heaven but my Father only. Matthew 24:36 (KJV) from King James Version Bible (KJV Bible) Filed under: Bible Verse Pic Tagged: Bible Bible Verse Bible Verse Image Bible Verse Pic Bible Verse Picture Daily Bible Verse Image King James Bible King James Version KJV KJV Bible KJV Bible Verse Matthew 24:36 Pic Picture Verse #KingJamesVersion #KingJamesBible #KJVBible #KJV #Bible #BibleVerse…

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Your story starts with the Bible. Start with Genesis 10. Be sure to read the Apocrypha books to get more of our history. The King James Bible Online | Personal ...


St. James the Greater, Apostle, pray for us and laborers, arthritis sufferers, veterinarians and pharmacists. Feast day July 25.


You will find the name of Jehovah God four times in the King James Bible at Psalms 83:18, Exodus 6:3, Isaiah 12:2 and Isaiah 26:4. If Jehovah's name is there and you've never seen it, look it up online if you don't have a Bible. Every time you see "LORD" in all caps; Jehovah's name was there. His name was in the Bible some 7,000 times....why was it taken out???


Saint James is the Patron Saint of Spain and according to legend, his remains are held in Santiago de Compostela in Galicia (Spain). The traditional pilgrimage to the grave of the saint, known as the "Way of St. James", has been the most popular pilgrimage for Western European Catholics from the early Middle Ages onwards. 125,141 pilgrims registered in 2008 as having completed the final 100 km walk (200 km by bicycle) to Santiago to qualify for a Compostela.