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By lubntis, 02 April 2017 · 2,209 views

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last night i was on facebook and the scripture(s) Luk 10:1  After these things the Lord appointed other seventy also, and sent them two and two before his face into every city and place, whither he himself would come. AND Luk 10:17  And the seventy returned again with joy, saying, Lord, even the devils are subject unto us through thy name.
i have no problem with the scriptures but what i found was that the HEADINGS of the KJV said twice that there were seventy two. the HEADINGS are deceiving. these HEADINGS lead the user away from the truth of scripture.
i posted last night to have my say in this but was re-routed asking me to show 'that i was real' and prove it by my email. with that which was  posted in 'topics' was not posted because of.
i felt it very, very necessary to make this known about the HEADINGS (which are probably a work of Westcott and Hort and their translations).
Rick Myers has done a wonderful job. at the same time i think and feel these HEADINGS that didn't come in the original manuscripts of the KJV should be taken from. these HEADINGS are very misleading as somebody who thought he was reading the KJV showed me, was not and had HEADINGS in his mind instead of text and I'm sure he is not the only one.
tried to put this on 'message board' but being new here i didn't see how for right now. BLESSINGS!

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