I love the King James Version of the Bible!  Yep, the one translated in 1611.  When I wake up in the morning, I like to lie in bed while I'm getting fully awake and read and meditate on some verses, letting the words soak into my spirit before I pray and start my day.  God speaks to me through this and I like to "get connected" and get ready for the battles ahead so the devil doesn't get a foothold in my life.  (He is very sneaky.)  And who might even be the day I leave this earth to go be with the Lord.  Which reminds me of something cute.....
When I was teaching first grade in a private school many decades ago, we had chapel every day.  One day the headmaster of the school was telling a dramatic story about a little boy who was trying to cross a busy street but "passed from time into eternity."  Suddenly a 6-year-old student blurted out, "You mean he got runned over???"   Well, that's another way to put it!  (Ah!!!  Such sweet memories from my schoolteaching days, but poor health put an end to all that.)  But I digress......
I also like to listen to Alexander Scourby reading the KJV Bible.  Those of you who love the KJV know what I'm talking about!  I found the entire Bible on cassette read by Alexander Scourby at a yard sale last year!  What a find!!!  It keeps me "plugged in" to spiritual truth as I do the laundry, cook, etc.  (Ever notice that there's not a lot of uplifting material on TV these days?)
You can also hear the King James Version Bible for free, read by Alexander Scourby at  This is really cool!  You pick the book and chapter you want to hear and can follow along in large print, if you wish.
Recently, I was told about an online forum for people who love the KJV.  Someone had found my testimony, Religious But Lost, at and wrote to tell me about the new message board at   I found a lot of edifying things there!   It was developed by a young man who is only 19 years old.  The forum is very easy to use.
I know we all have our opinions on which translation of the Bible is best, but I have tried many versions over the years and always come back to the King James.  I have never been able to memorize scripture from any other translation for some reason!
Some of my favorite Bible books are:
Genesis (incredible stories of real, flawed people - reads like todays' news - but my hero is Joseph who forgave his mean brothers!)
Job (answers the age-old question of why the righteous suffer)
Psalms (expresses my emotions)
Proverbs (wisdom - now if only I could apply it!)
Luke (about the life of Jesus, written by a doctor)
ALL of the Epistles of Paul  (Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, Thessalonians, Timothy, Titus - all soooo practical!!!!)
Philemon (straightening out a mess)
Hebrews (deep theology)
James (practical matters, like our tongue and speech!)
I and II Peter (Wow!)
I, II and III John (loving one another and God)
The purpose of my website, Dominie's FMS/CFIDS Homepage, is summed up by this verse:
II Corinthians 1:4 - "Who comforteth us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort them which are in any trouble, by the comfort wherewith we ourselves are comforted of God."
May God bless each of my readers!

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