Archive for October, 2011

#054 The King James Bible 400th Anniversary Tribute

Posted in That's In The Bible - Podcast on October 29, 2011 by thatsinthebible

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Links Mentioned:
Bro. Giardino’s bookstore –
DVD – The Great Debate
Bro. Vance’s book “King James, His Bible and it’s Translators
Bro. Faggart’s website –
DVD – KJB:The Book That Changed the World: At
The Translators to the Reader – Preface to the King James Bible 1611 PDF File
The King James Bible Dedicatory – PDF file
Rules To Be Observed in the Translation of the Bible – PDF File

King James Bible 400th Anniversary Tribute

The King James Bible was originally published in 1611, thus this year marked the 400th anniversary of its publication.

With the glut of English versions available on the market today, it may be hard for the average Christian in 2011 to appreciate the fact that the Bible was not always available in English.

And although the King James Bible was not the first attempt at an English translation, it was the one that provided a purified English text and had the breath of God and the approval of the Holy Ghost.

If you’ve studied the 7 churches of the book of Revelation, you may be aware that in addition to being historical churches they were prophetical pictures of different chapters in the age of the New Testament Church.

One does not have to look very long or very hard at the churches or Christians of today to find in them the same characteristics of the church of Laodicea.

The church of the Laodiceans is the last of the churches that Jesus had John write to and it is characterized as being “lukewarm”. Not on fire with zeal, but not all cold and out of church and living in complete sin. Continue reading

#053 Dreams

Posted in That's In The Bible - Podcast on October 21, 2011 by thatsinthebible

How much faith should you put in dreams? Should you trust your dreams? Does God use dreams to reveal his will to you? Find out what the Bible says about dreams!Right-Click Here To Download



-Sometimes dreams can be a blessing, while at other times they can be a nightmare.  Some dreams can make you smile while others can make you cry.  Dreams can even feel so real that once you wake up you really have to think hard about if it was an actual memory of real events in your life, or if it was just a dream.  Some people can control many aspects of their dreams, while others cannot and are just along for the ride.  So what exactly are dreams?  Where do they come from and on that note, do they mean something?

-The answer to these two questions depends on who you ask.  The occult such as fortune tellers, psychics, spiritualists and even some psychologists will tell you that your dreams have true meaning, and if properly interpreted can lead you in the right path for your life; that if you follow your dreams and their meanings you will find your purpose and your destiny in life.

-Sigmund Freud, who did not believe in God but had science and education as his god said; ” There is a psychological technique which makes it possible to interpret dreams, and…if that procedure is employed, every dream reveals itself as a psychical structure which has a meaning and which can be inserted at an assignable point in the mental activities of waking life.  (The Interpretation of Dreams, 1900)

-So is Freud right? Can we use these dreams by having them interpreted and incorporated them into our daily lives to help us? Or are the psychics right when they say that dreams have meanings that need to be sought after and interpreted by them, to help us out?

-Well if you have been a listener of thatsinthebible for any length of time, you know exactly where we are going to find the answers to these questions.  We will Continue reading