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CHORDS OF TRUTH from the spirit
John Chapter 16 for 2016: “Know the Truth, Expect What is Coming”
Reading from the 1611 King James Version of the Bible, includes the Apocrypha
2016 Read thru the Bible in One Year – Daily Bible Readings

July 1 - OT: Job 20-21; AP: Ecclesiasticus 21:16-28; NT: Acts 10:24-48
July 2 - OT: Job 22-24; AP: Ecclesiasticus 22:1-9; NT: Acts 11
July 3 - OT: Job 25-27; AP: Ecclesiasticus 22:10-18; NT: Acts 12
July 4 - OT: Job 28-29; AP: Ecclesiasticus 22:19-27; NT: Acts 13:1-25
July 5 - OT: Job 30-31; AP: Ecclesiasticus 23:1-10; NT: Acts 13:26-52
July 6 - OT: Job 32-33; AP: Ecclesiasticus 23:10-11; NT: Acts 14
July 7 - OT: Job 34-35; AP: Ecclesiasticus 23:12-28; NT: Acts 15:1-21
July 8 - OT: Job 36-37; AP: Ecclesiasticus 24:1-11; NT: Acts 15:22-41
July 9 - OT: Job 38-40; AP: Ecclesiasticus 24:12-22; NT: Acts 16:1-21
July 10 - OT: Job 41-42; AP: Ecclesiasticus 24:23-34; NT: Acts 16:22-40
July 11 - OT: Psalms 1-3; AP: Ecclesiasticus 25:1-13; NT: Acts 17:1-15
July 12 - OT: Psalms 4-6; AP: Ecclesiasticus 25:14-26; NT: Acts 17:16-34
July 13 - OT: Psalms 7-9; AP: Ecclesiasticus 26:1-9; NT: Acts 18
July 14 - OT: Psalms 10-12; AP: Ecclesiasticus 26:10-19; NT: Acts 19:1-20
July 15 – OT: Psalms 13-15; AP: Ecclesiasticus 26:20-29; NT: Acts 19:21-41
July 16 – OT: Psalms 16-17; AP: Ecclesiasticus 27:1-10; NT: Acts 20:1-16
July 17 - OT: Psalms 18-19; AP: Ecclesiasticus 27:11-19; NT: Acts 20:17-38
July 18 - OT: Psalms 20-22; AP: Ecclesiasticus 27:20-30; NT: Acts 21:1-17
July 19 - OT: Psalms 23-25; AP: Ecclesiasticus 28:1-12; NT: Acts 21:18-40
July 20 - OT: Psalms 26--28; AP: Ecclesiasticus 28:13-26; NT: Acts 22
July 21 - OT: Psalms 29-30; AP: Ecclesiasticus 29:1-7; NT: Acts 23:1-15
July 22 - OT: Psalms 31-32; AP: Ecclesiasticus 29:8-15; NT: Acts 23:16-35
July 23 - OT: Psalms 33-34; AP: Ecclesiasticus 29:16-28; NT: Acts 24
July 24 - OT: Psalms 35-36; AP: Ecclesiasticus 30:1-8; NT: Acts 25
July 25 - OT: Psalms 37-39; AP: Ecclesiasticus 30:9-17; NT: Acts 26
July 26 - OT: Psalms 40-42; AP: Ecclesiasticus 30:18-25; NT: Acts 27:1-26
July 27 - OT: Psalms 43-45; AP: Ecclesiasticus 31:1-10; NT: Acts 27:27-44
July 28 - OT: Psalms 46-48; AP: Ecclesiasticus 31:11-20; NT: Acts 28
July 29 - OT: Psalms 49-50; AP: Ecclesiasticus 31:21-31; NT: Romans 1
July 30 - OT: Psalms 51-53; AP: Ecclesiasticus 32:1-12; NT: Romans 2
July 31 - OT: Psalms 54-56; AP: Ecclesiasticus 32:13-24; NT: Romans 3

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Gospel of John 16

“Know the Truth, Expect What is to Come”

John 16:16-18 – God is Working Even When We Don’t Understand, “A litle while and ye shall not see me: and againe a litle while, & ye shal see me: because I goe to the Father? Then saide some of his disciples among themselues, What is this that he saith vnto vs, A litle while, and ye shal not see me: and againe, a litle while, and ye shall see me: and, because I goe to the Father? They said therefore, What is this that he saith A litle while? We cannot tell what he saith.”

This is taken from the 1611 Holy Bible the King James original Authorized Version with all of the unique use of spellings and punctuation, capitalizing of words and letters. This English translation used original documents from those that had remained in Antioch since the time of the Apostles where they first were called Christians (Acts 11:26). The unique spellings have a numerical value that was created for anybody that could read at a 5th grade level enabling them to interpret scripture without the help from a priest or a pope.

What were the disciples missing that they were not able to understand what Jesus was telling them? Jesus said, “A litle while…shall not”, then he said “A litle while…shall.” His prophecy to them was about his death and resurrection, yet they could not understand because they had not been this way with God before. Of course, like many times, hindsight is always 20/20, so it was for the disciples. God was doing a new thing and the disciples did not yet have understanding, how many times has God been moving in our lives that we didn’t have understanding about it. God was on the move among the people of God, as He is today with us.

During the 1500's many reformers discovered the Biblical document texts that came from Antioch. They were markedly different from the Roman Catholic documents that came out of Egypt. The discussion was not about interpretation but that there were 2 different Bibles; one from Antioch and one from Egypt. This is why Martin Luther translated the Antioch documents into German even though there were 17 other German Bibles following the Egyptian/Roman texts. The masterpiece became the standard that sparked the Protestant Reformation.

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