all bibles have the same theme running through them ,and that theme is that God will bring a new heaven and a new earth , so the theme is the same which ever bible you choice to read . from Genesis to revelation the theme is that Gods kingdom will bring peace to the earth that is why our bible is called the new world translation because the bible promise is that Jehovah will make all things new2 peter;3;13truthseeker said:My heart is heavy. I'm not sure who said it - I think it may have been JJM who said some time ago how the Body of Christ is united in faith but not in truth.
Problem is that the bible that Mee reads from is a New World Translation. What would make you call a version of the bible a New World Translation? Perhaps a translation of the Bible for a New World Order? - But maybe I should calm down a bit as well because I find lately that whenever I post it takes folks a while to respond or they just go right over my thoughts. I'm not the Christian who fits in a particular denomination but when I use Bible reference in conversation it can be awfully confusing to effectively converse if I am using a Bible that is exclusive to other denominations. Plain and simple English is one thing, but the NWT says something totally different and what it is saying doesn't hold the power and strength of the Holy Spirit. Christianity is based in faith and faith can not be expound without the Holy Spirit.
But there are new heavens and a new earth that we are awaiting according to his promise, and in these righteousness is to dwell
The One seated on the throne said: ‘Look! I am making all things new.’ Also, he says: . . . ‘These words are faithful and true.’"—REVELATION 21:5.
And he will certainly render judgment among many peoples, and set matters straight respecting mighty nations far away. And they will have to beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning shears. They will not lift up sword, nation against nation, neither will they learn war anymore. And they will actually sit, each one under his vine and under his fig tree, and there will be no one making [them] tremble; for the very mouth of Jehovah of armies has spoken [it] micah 4;3-4 this is the promise of all bibles