Textus Receptus/Masoretic Text-based
foreign language Bibles

I do not personally know of another Bible translated like the Authorized Version--although I believe that every foreign language should have a translation of the Authorized Version. Churches should have been translating the Authorized Version into other languages all this time instead of building gymnasiums and maintaining Bible colleges for unanointed men. See "Mistaken Identity" for a treatise on some of the Spanish Bibles. This page you are currently reading may be updated in the future.

Adapted from Translation Database

The following is a partial list of translations that read LIKE the Authorised Version in Mark 1:2. I've learned that this does not mean that they are perfect Bibles for these languages. Do research and use discernment.

The following texts with the asterick (*) read like Mark 1:2 in the Authorized Version.

"As it is written in the prophets, Behold, I send my messenger before thy face, which shall prepare thy way before thee." (Mark 1:2)

Please note that Mark 1:2 does not contain the word Isaiah.

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According to David Cloud of Way of Life, the vast majority of these Bibles are based on Received Text scriptures.

| Eternal Life | Hell is Real | The Gospel According to John |
| My Testimony |Why I Read the Authorized KJV Bible|
| The Hymnal | Messianic Prophecies Fulfilled by Jesus Christ |
| Epistle Dedicatory to the Authorized King James of 1611 |




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