KJV highlighted words in RED have been changed
In verse 12 above the NIV has removed the reference to Lucifer so as to hide the fact that he is a fallen angel. "O Lucifer" has been changed to "O morning star". Now the "fallen angel" no longer is Lucifer -- since his name has been removed -- now according to Isaiah 14:12 of the NIV we are led to believe that the "morning star" is the "fallen angel". If we say we are not sure what the "morning star" is all about we should turn to Rev. 22:16 (see below). There we find to our surprise that the "morning star" is Jesus.
This is a real develish concoction in the NIV
Could it be that someone on the NIV translation committee had all traces of Lucifer removed and even inserted misleading information (O morning star) in order to protect the New Age god, to make it appear not so obvious that Lucifer was cast out from heaven? According to the NIV "Lucifer" doesn't exist, he simply cannot be found in the NIV bible. But all bibles are in agreement with regard to Rev.22:16, they all say the same in that verse, namely that Jesus is the morning star. Therefore the one who in Isaiah 14:12 has fallen from heaven (Lucifer) cannot possibly also be the morning star. But that doesn't seem to matter to certain internet web sites and other ungodly publications, which are perpetuating the idea that morning star is a suitable alias for Lucifer, the one cast out from heaven.
Think about it - would the Lord approve of all the omissions and
In other words, all modern bibles are based either directly
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