Is the Bible Perfect, Inviolate? 

Biblical Questions

For the correct effect, please read the question and then read the reply immediately afterwards.

Question: Is the Bible perfect, Inviolate?
Reply: 2Much in every way! First of all, the Jews have been entrusted with the very words of God.
 3 What if some were unfaithful? Will their unfaithfulness nullify God’s
4Not at all! Let God be true, and every human being a liar. As it is written: “So that you may be proved right when you speak and prevail when you judge?” Romans 3:2-4. NIV
God in the person of the Holy Spirit, interprets scripture for the spirit-filled believer, the Spirit does not err in providing a correct interpretation of the scripture in the mind of a believer. 2 Peter 1: 20-21, states: Know this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation. 21 For the prophecy came not in old time by the will of man; but holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Ghost (KJV).
There are literally hundreds of translations of the Bible after the King James Version (KJV) and several before the KJV. God blesses his Word in a special way. His blessing of a particular translation (if it is Blessed by Him, not all are) will prevent any change in the meaning of what God intended us to understand, despite the use of different words or phases in English or in any other language(s). The KJV and other versions of the Bible will go through translation editions and word corrections, as long as language continues to expand and new words enter the languages.
God’s promise related to His Word is emphatically and appropriately summarized in Romans 3:2-4, where he states that “If the people who have been intrusted the task of securing the Word fail (were unfaithful) at doing so (this includes people who may have made mistakes in translating the bible), will their unfaithfulness to these duties nullify (cancel out) or make God unfaithful (untrue) also?  The reply is “Not at all”, rather always see God as truthful, and all humans beings a liar.
Faith in God is the prerequisite for interpreting scripture regardless of the version used or errors induced. Therefore the interpretation of the Bible remains perfect.

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