New Versions Say Jesus is in Danger of the Judgment!
In Matthew 5:22, Jesus said, "But I say unto you, That whosoever is angry with his brother without a cause shall be in danger of the judgment." However, the newer versions, including the New International Version (NIV), eliminate the vital phrase "without a cause." To the average person this may not seem to be serious, but it is. Jesus became very angry in John 2:15. In fact, Jesus made a whip and drove the people out of the temple. Here the Bible says, "And when he [Jesus] looked round about on them with anger, being grieved for the hardness of their hearts."
If you have a King James Bible, then there is no problem. However, if you are using the NIV, then you have a problem, because Jesus did indeed have a cause to be angry, i.e., "...the hardness of their hearts." If the NIV is accurate, then Jesus Himself is in danger of the judgment. How can this be? This is satanic influence of the most subtle kind.
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