This is a church that has pushed and propped up a cornucopia of bible translations. The Catholic Church has supported the American Bible Society efforts to ‚Äú promote biblical literacy ‚Äú, alongside the world counsel of churches has made great strides in undermining scripture. I am not Kjv only, but rather a translation that is Tyndall based. But since the current translation of official Catholic Bible is in flux, I‚Äôm not wasting my time on Uncle Fester, he‚Äôs no translator.
", ‚ÄúAnd lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.‚ÄĚ (Matthew 6:13 King James Version) The pontiff has swapped the ‚Äúlead us not into temptation‚ÄĚ portion to ‚Äúdo not let us fall into temptation.‚ÄĚ ...""
John UK wrote: There is much agreement with the KJV. Note, KJ21 And lead us not into temptation.. ASV And bring us not into temptation.. AMP And do not lead us into temptation.. BRG And lead us not into temptation.. CSB And do not bring us into temptation.. CEB And don‚Äôt lead us into temptation.. DRA And lead us not into temptation.. EHV Lead us not into temptation.. ESV And lead us not into temptation.. GNV And lead us not into temptation.. HCSB And do not bring us into temptation.. ISV And never bring us into temptation.. JUB And lead us not into temptation.. KJV And lead us not into temptation.. LEB And do not bring us into temptation.. TLB Don‚Äôt bring us into temptation.. MEV And lead us not into temptation.. MOUNCE And do not bring us into temptation.. NASB And do not lead us into temptation.. NET And do not lead us into temptation.. NIV And lead us not into temptation.. NKJV And do not lead us into temptation.. NMB And lead us not into temptation.. RSV And lead us not into temptation.. TLV And lead us not into temptation.. VOICE Lead us not into temptation.. WEB Bring us not into temptation.. WYC And lead us not into temptation.. YLT And mayest Thou not lead us to temptation..
Gay M Allen wrote: Thank You Connor7, ill grab that on esword and im adding all the others so i may read all expositions, now i'm wondering if any were not on esword that would be vital to a persons edification
Hi Gay, it is worth bookmarking this resource of J.C. Ryle's writings, the first four of which are listed here are the four gospels.
Another one worth downloading on e-sword is the Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge (TSK), which is a cross-reference resource.
Then Jesus was led up by the Spirit into the wilderness to be tempted by the devil. (Mat 4:1)
And immediately the Spirit cast him out into the wilderness. And he was there in the wilderness for forty days, being tempted by the Adversary, and he was with the beasts, and the messengers were serving him. (Mar 1:12-13)
Now full of the Holy Spirit, Jesus returned from the Jordan, and was being led by the Spirit into the wilderness, being tempted by the devil for forty days. And he ate nothing in those days, and later, after they were completed, he hungered. (Luk 4:1-2)
And you will remember all the way which Jehovah your God has led you these forty years in the wilderness, that he might humble you, to prove you, to know what was in your heart, whether you would keep his commandments, or not. And he humbled you and allowed you to hunger and fed you with manna, which you did not know, neither did your fathers know, that he might make you to know that man does not live by bread alone, but man lives by everything that proceeds out of the mouth of Jehovah. (Deu 8:2-3)
Seems good and natural for a child to hesitate when a Father presents them with a tough test. Remember the Son in Gethsemane?
The Pope needs to be rebuked as Peter was rebuked. It is not his prayer to cha
Jesus didn‚Äôt fall into temptation he was led into it by God the Holy Spirit. ‚ÄúThen was Jesus led up of the Spirit into the wilderness to be tempted of the devil.‚ÄĚ ‚Ä≠‚Ä≠Matthew‚Ä¨ ‚Ä≠4:1‚Ä¨ ‚Ä≠KJV. Jesus knew that we would never have the victory over the Devil‚Äôs temptations as He did. Adam and Eve fell at at the first temptation, ‚ÄúFor God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil. And when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was pleasant to the eyes, and a tree to be desired to make one wise, she took of the fruit thereof, and did eat, and gave also unto her husband with her; and he did eat.‚ÄĚ ‚Ä≠‚Ä≠Genesis‚Ä¨ ‚Ä≠3:5-6‚Ä¨ ‚Ä≠KJV‚Ä¨‚Ä¨. Our Lord Jesus Christ knew the exact words for us to pray, and who it was who would do the tempting. The tree was in the middle of the garden, they didn‚Äôt fall at its branches, they were led.
Chris G P wrote: Matthew Henry says about this verse:-
wow i hate to go off subject but, what other commentaries besides Matthew Henry's are also great edification? i am downloading Matthew Henry onto E Sword now, https://www.e-sword.net/ its free, and i left the link for others who don't have it already
Matt 6:13 "And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil: For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever. Amen.
"The term temptation in the general signifieth a trial, and is sometimes used to express God‚Äôs trials of his people‚Äôs faith and obedience, but most ordinarily to express Satan‚Äôs trials of us, by motions to sin; which may be from our own lusts, Jam 1:13,14; or from the devil, who is therefore called the tempter; or from the world. These are the temptations which we are commanded to pray against: not that God leads any persons into such temptations, unless by the permission of his providence.
But deliver us from evil; from the evil one, as some read it, because of the article prefixed; but others think it not material whether we understand the devil, who is the evil one, or the evil of temptations, which harm us not if we be not overcome by them." (Matthew Poole Commentary) ===== Pope's version - ‚Äúdo not let us fall into temptation.‚ÄĚ Contradicts Rev 22:18/19.
God 'allows' the trials and tribulations of His servants to test them.
Psalm 7:9 .... for the righteous God trieth the hearts and reins."
Also - Psalm 11:5. Psalm 66:10. James 1:3. Jer 20:12. Job 7:17/18.