When Jesus came to his own in Matt-John, he came to save that which was lost (Matt 18:11).
He came to fulfill the scriptures which were about him (Mark 15:28). He taught the law faithfully, in word and deed, showing mercy and forgiveness to the most condemned, even adulterers (John 8:1-11).
He was the Word of God, was one with God, bearing record together with the Father and the Holy Ghost in heaven as the great three in one (1 John 5:7).
He warned Israel of the wrath to come (Luke 17:36; Matt 23:14).
All who believed him and were baptized would be saved, but he who did not believe would be condemned (Mark 9:44; Mark 16:16; Acts 8:37).
Better to trust Jesus and receive life than to die in hell (Mark 9:44). Not everyone had ears to hear (Mark 7:16).
He died, rose from the dead, appearing first to Mary Magdalene (Mark 16:9). Then, after being upbraided for their unbelief, the apostles were sent to preach the gospel everywhere (Mark 16:14-20).
Eventually, the Jews departed from those that would preach the gospel, including the chief of sinners who at one time kicked against the pricks (Acts 9:5; Acts 28:29).
The old things had passed away, and Christ had dispensed his grace to the apostle Paul who ministered as far as Rome (Romans 16:24).
These are true verses and speak of important things. If you don’t believe me, look them up.
Don’t hold your breathe while looking them up in an NIV, ESV, NLT, or CSB. In those versions, every verse above is discredited as the word of God either in a footnote or by removing them altogether.
Of the most popular Bibles today, only the King James includes them without question as the word of God.
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