I have written an article concerning one Henry Dziczkowski (that writing is also available via my Blog, Google “Allan Lewicki”). This person is an elder in a fellowship calling themselves “The Maranatha Bible Society”. This article is specifically for the edification of that fellowship, it’s president Ken Brandt of Litchfield Michigan, and for Elder Dziczkowski. This treatise is if a seriousness beyond measure, it is not a plea for repentance, but a document of condemnation (see Matthew 12:31 and 32)
The "word of the LORD" and "the word of God", these two phrases are worth pondering. First, some preliminaries:
The phrase "the word of the LORD" is used 244 times in the Old Testament, and 13 times in the New Testament. The phrase "the word of God" is used 4 times in the O.T. and 45 times in the N.T. In the Old Testament, the phrase, "word of the LORD" ALWAYS has LORD in all capital letters. In the New Testament, the phrase "word of the Lord" has only the L capitalized.
Of the verses where "word of God" is used, the ONLY place where the W in word is capitalized is in Revelation 19:13.
·The phrase "word of the LORD God" is used only once, 1 Kings 14:25
·The phrase "word of the Lord GOD" is used 3 times, all in Ezekiel; 6:3, 25:3, 36:4
·The phrase "words of the LORD" is used 18 times in the O.T. and once in the N.T.
·The phrase "words of God" in the entire bible is used 6 times.
·The phrase "word of the LORD of hosts" is used 4 times.
Now consider the words used in these phrases
"LORD", as best as my computer bible program can count, is used a total of 6470 times. "Lord" is used 1127 times, and "lord" is used 234 times. (please note this does not consider the etymology of the word)
The above for my purposes, is only an academic exercise. The word that this study is about is the word "WORD". Without considering etymology the word is used a total of 696 times.
Considering etymology, the word "Word" (with a capital W) is used SEVEN times. And, ONLY by John, and ONLY N.T. word # 3056
As a point of scholarship there are three words, if used, the user should make absolutely sure of what he is saying by verification of every single reference. The three words: Only, Always, and Never. I am making this statement as juxtaposition to the skolarship evident in the writings of one Richard E. Rhoades (he even touted himself about "doctrine") (This person is the late founder of the Maranatha Bible Society).
The seven places "Word" (capital W) is used; and ONLY by John, and ONLY N.T. word # 3056
1. John 1:1, the 6th word
2. John 1:1, the 9th word
3. John 1:1 the 15th word
4. John 1:14
5. First John 1:1
6. First John 5:7
7. Revelation 19:13
Consider this: SEVEN...the Holy number, seven...the Sacred number, seven...the Perfect number. How many "sevens" are in the bible...not six...not eight...SEVEN? The point of this writing is not to delineate how many sevens there are, but to call attention to JUST ONE. That one being the number of times "Word", with a capital W is used. Why God Almighty chose to write His Bible this way I do not know...but He did!
Keep considering...The translators of the King James Bible were as inspired by the Holy Ghost as any of the writers of the original documents. Yes, there is no distinction between lower and upper case in Hebrew or Greek, but in English THERE IS. The meaning of a word in English changes if it is spelled with a capitol or a lower case letter.
Here is my main point: Take just one...and only one, of the 257 verses that use the "word of the Lord"...take just one, and only one of the 49 verses that use the "word of God"...Change the lower case to an upper case (your intentions do NOT matter)...Guess what you have just done!?
You have just defiled one of God Almighty's Perfect Sevens.
Not only have you defiled a Perfect Seven, but you have blasphemed a Perfect ONE...The Perfect ONE. Just in case you don't get it, the one and ONLY time "The Word of God" is spelled with a capitol W is in Revelation 19:13.
Keep considering: Defiling a Perfect Seven is blasphemy of the Father...that's forgivable. Defiling the Perfect One is blasphemy of the Son...that's forgivable. It was the Holy Ghost that moved the translators of the KJV to spell the 689 places where "word" is used with a lower case w...Change JUST ONE of those 689 words...Who is that blasphemy of!?
I'm writing this as your final warning. You see I have an obligation; its stated in book of the Prophet Ezekiel, the thirty-third chapter, the first through the twentieth verses. I also know that the Maranatha Bible Society et al will pay absolutely no attention to me. I know this in that they are the people Paul refers to (NT word 2707) in the Book of Acts, chapter thirteen, verse forty-one. But I still am obligated to warn them.
Should you do any of the alterations mentioned above AND/OR have fellowship with someone who does (like Henry Dziczkowski), God Almighty will ask you some very simple questions at the White Throne Judgment: Do you believe the Book of Psalms, one in particular, Psalm number twelve, the sixth verse? If you answer the question with a yes the next question is likely to be: Do you believe My apostle Paul, particularly what wrote under My inspiration in his First Letter to the Corinthians, the thirty-seventh verse of the fourteenth chapter? If you answer that question with a yes, the next question will probably be: Did you obey what I said when I inspired Paul to write his letter to the Ephesians, the fifth chapter, the eleventh verse?
As you stand there naked and quaking you will NOT be able to say that I did not warn you!
I will acknowledge that there might be some of the elect that will read this. If you are the elect, than the Holy Ghost will bring you under conviction. Do NOT contact me, because I have dusted of my shoes from the Farceanatha bible Cult. The person to contact is Debbie Motylinski, she is in position of everything I have written concerning "The gospel according to the scriptures" It still might not be too late, but, when Second Thessalonians, the seventh verse of the second chapter is fulfilled, the "Gospel of the Grace of God" will be over.
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