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Comments on Bible selection:
1. Be sure to select a KJV that is the authorized 1611 version.
2. Be cautious of the notes of study bibles. Only the text of the KJV is inspired, the notes are of men, and likely not of men that understand the dispensation of grace and that rightly divide the word of truth. MBF suggests a “text” style version (seen here) which includes only the text of the Bible.
3. It is very helpful to use an older English dictionary to help understand some of the words of the KJV, and to confirm their meanings, as some have more meanings than are familiar in today’s speech. Many such dictionaries are available online.