The NIV has now removed 64,575 words from the Bible including Jehovah, Calvary, Holy Ghost and omnipotent to name but a few…The NIV and ESV and other versions have also now removed 45 complete verses.Everyone experiences disappointment in life and these Bible verses will help you to heal." width="400" height="597" data-pin-description="13 Scripture Bible Verses to overcome disappointment - The words and truths of the Lord God and Jesus Christ from scripture will comfort your heart when you are disappointed, bringing faith, hope, and strength into your spirit. The rest of my family is enjoying a planned weekend away.
The author is the apostle John, "the disciple whom Jesus loved" ( [see note there]; ; 20:2; 21:7,20,24).
He was prominent in the early church but is not mentioned by name in this Gospel -- which would be natural if he wrote it, but hard to explain otherwise.
He might heal her body now, or He might heal her soul in heaven, but you can trust Him to heal her.” Wow.
The simplicity and immensity of that statement left me with many tears but complete peace.
When you run into one of these differences it is called a textual variant.
When you encounter one of these textual variants the interpreter/translator has to attempt to figure out why there is a difference in the text.Sometimes, we only triumph over our struggles as we leave this broken world.A conversation I had with my pastor illustrates this point: “Tara, God will heal her.” “I just don’t know that He will. She hardly gets out of bed.” “He is going to heal her.I have to work (harder than you think) at being pleasant and cheerful and uplifting. About ten minutes ago, words I read in a Skype chat almost three weeks ago jolted me awake. Yours are as real and crushing and painful to you as mine are to me, and they linger, needling our hearts, despite our best intentions to leave them behind.*The triumph doesn’t always happen when we think it should.And lest anyone think, with all this talk of textual variants, that your Bible cannot be trusted heed these words of David Alan Black: “No biblical doctrine would go unsupported if a favorite reading was abandoned in favor of a more valid variant…a doctrine that is affected by textual variation will always be adequately supported by other passages.” what the original manuscripts stated.