Go to Now.

The King James English is sometimes unusual to us. Sometimes the turn of a phrase I have to google it to understand. But the KJV is very succinct. This is the Bible I started with and I never will change that. I use this Bible everyday. It is a source of my inspiration. When I first started with God, I wanted to hear His voice clearly. As I learned scriptures in the KJV Bible, God would speak to me in King James English. It was so that I would accept His voice as being God. After a while when I began to trust God’s voice, He spoke to me in American English. God will do what He needs to accomplish His goal. That goal is for us to believe and trust in Him. The phrase Go to Now mean to come. It is from James 5:1. “Go to now, ye rich men, weep and howl for your miseries that shall come upon you.” it is the chapter on effectual fervent prayer. James describes different reasons to pray. But what he is saying is pray. He says this because prayer is the answer for us in any situation. So, what God is saying is come let us reason together. So, what are you waiting for? Go to Now and pray.

Crain Blanchard.



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