You shall be my people and I shall be your God…

The seeds of confusion were sown, watered and the confusion grew into a wide array of teachings, all from the same so called sources. Yet, who can see the man made interpretations within? Only God can show you the truths from the lies. It is for each to see by searching the scriptures for yourself. But when words are omitted and or transcribed using a word that can change a meaning…and add to that someone interpreting it differently than another, we have a big bone of contention.

The seven messages to the churches in Revelation are analogous to the warnings that Old Testament Israel received from their prophets when Israel failed in their role as God’s representatives on earth. God was angered by Israel’s idolatries and He sent prophets warning them to repent. These warnings were neglected by Israel, which resulted in the terrible persecution they received during the invasion and captivity under the pagan kingdom of Babylon. Ultimately, that invasion served to chastise and purify Israel. Jeremiah was persecuted and mocked for delivering the truth to ears that did not want to hear they were wrong in any way. After all, they were collectively the blessed ones of Israel. God was always to protect them.  But, they forgot what they were to do in return.

Many are called, but few are chosen. What does this mean?  Does it depend on whether you are a Southern Baptist, a Catholic, a Methodist, a Lutheran, etc.? These denominations were nonexistent at the time the Lord was teaching the way of his Father, God and the Kingdom of Heaven that the Lord said was within YOU. They were known first as the followers of the way.  Later, in Antioch they were called Christians.  (Acts 11:26)

The son of God, Yeshua,  Jesus the Christ, the Great Spirit, whatever  language transcribed for the son of God’s name you use, it is instructed for all, by the Lamb of God, to follow all God’s commands by doing two things always.

Matthew 22:39 (In its Context)

36 Master, which is the great commandment in the law? 37 Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. 38 This is the first and great commandment. 39 And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself. 40 On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.

So simple is the path to have God almighty as the God of you and how complicated is the path of man to enter into the kingdom.

2nd Chronicals 7:14 kjv

“If My people, who are called by My name, shall humble themselves and pray, and seek My face and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and will heal their land.”

It is the commandment of God for a people to come together as one. Until we are ready to come together as one people under God’s commandment…where are we as a kingdom?

There are many Bibles written all are inspired, so says they who translated them.

Pick one…..maybe two….three to be sure? All of them?   Wasn’t the King James Bible supposed to end all the varied translations? What happened?  Was this a test to love one another as ourselves or a bone of contention?

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The listings above are not even a complete list, there are Bibles of King James Version, that hold copyrights by Evangelical Pastors of names you know who have boldly written their commentaries inside God’s word and placed their names on the cover. And thousands upon thousands of Bible Prophecy Study Books with varied interpretations all differing in opinions. These same authors (all but a few) dare anyone to read the book of Enoch, Jasher, or Jubilees. However, some have decided to add them into their new interpretations and commentaries. Since the fallen angels became known to many and they could not prevent God’s word from those who were seeking it. Hypocrisy? It appears to be okay to read all these variations…inspired by man’s insight, but the words inspired by a prophet so great in his walk with God that God took him up to the heavens…touch not? Oh my head hurts.

Were they all divinely inspired? Were the man made covenants of each church also divinely inspired?  

While the armies of Babylon the Great are within our gates, is it really worth fighting against one another because of translations and interpretations when all believe in Christ as their savior?  

Was the myriad of denominations a clever plan to lead the people into confusion that would lead to arguments between interpretations that would lead to condemnation of one another? Even though all be of the same savior, baptism and Holy Spirit? Would this confusion and strife be used against them all to usher in a one world religion? A religion where no one gets to read the truth and no one hears the words that caused such strife among those that believe upon the Lord?  They are saying such things right now in congress and of course at the United Nations they have always had one world religion as part of the agenda. Will science be the new religion of the future or will the Lord open the eyes of his people and usher in his kingdom guided by his two commandments?

We are one. Will we, who are called by Christ’s name, now put aside petty differences and stand together as one?

Dianne Marshall

36 thoughts on “You shall be my people and I shall be your God…

  1. trnathens says:

    I hope you don’t mind me posting this, Dianne. If you do, I’ll understand if you pull it. This is YOUR blog, not mine. I am a thankful guest here.

    I was brought up in a Christian home. But walked away almost 30 years ago.

    In July 2020, for reasons only HE knows, HE reached out and touched me. There’s NO OTHER explanation.

    It started by understanding Ezekiel, but from there spread to the whole Book.

    I’m sure many won’t agree, but, if you want to call it a vision, an understanding, whatever the label, I turned on a DIME and went from being an atheist/agnostic of 30 years to a TRUE BELIEVER overnight.

    ANY Bible quote you read from me comes from the King James Version. To me, the one and only true Bible.

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      1. Thank YOU for the kind comment. I’m working hard on re-establishing and strengthening a relationship with all Three…and as you noted below, this is a great forum to share and read with other like-minded individuals.

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    1. csalamovski says:

      Thank you for your post, it gives me Hope that one day my daughter will turn from Agnostic to a Firm Believer in Christ !! I was never aware of all the copyrights on the different versions of the word of GOD, wow! What an eye opener! I have learned so much and study a lot more Thanks to Dianne‘s Blog, I really love her writing! God Bless you both!


  2. Somebody, a bunch of somebodys, copyrighted Gods Word, wrote their commentaries and forbid any duplication of the Word of God without written permission. Who was behind such a thing as this? Who got fat off the sheep doing such a thing? Who is leading the sheep by doing such a thing? Who is funding such a thing? What did the Lord tell the disiples to do? Go into all the world and share the good news (gospel) that he has risen. At the dispensation…it began. And it grew, and grew and became a forbidden copywrited bag of interpretations. And each shout, “Mine is true and yours is a lie.” Is anyone with eyes to see it? Who has heard such a thing?
    Eze 34:10
    Thus saith the Lord GOD; Behold, I am against the shepherds; and I will require my flock at their hand, and cause them to cease from feeding the flock; neither shall the shepherds feed themselves any more; for I will deliver my flock from their mouth, that they may not be meat for them.
    Read the entire chapter 34. Thank you.

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    1. Beth Hodge says:

      Good points in support of the KJV. The book by G.A. Riplinger, “New Age Bible Versions: An Exhaustive Documentation Exposing the Message, Men and Manuscripts Moving Mankind to the Antichrist’s One World Religion” is a comparison between several (per)versions and the Authorized KJV, showing how even the basic doctrines were changed by leaving out words, phrases, and entire verses. For example, the NIV and others leave out Acts 8:37, making Phillip’s witness to the Ethiopian eunuch say that salvation is by baptism instead of by faith in Christ. Without that verse, the doctrine of salvation changes from faith to works. Subtle ploy of the devil to deceive people just like he deceived Eve by changing the word of God just a little.


  3. Caroline Olson says:

    ALL Modern English translations of the Bible are CORRUPT with THOUSANDS of words removed, or changed, or added, that affect 356 doctrines! This was done beginning in 1881 by two men in England named Westcott Brooke Foss, a mystic and necromancer, and Fenton John Anthony Hort , who secretly made the changes in their Greek New Testament. Letters they wrote to each other that have been published reveal their theological apostasy and heresy. One scholar counted that their text departed from the King James Version’s Textus Receptus Greek New Testament in 5,604 places involving 9,970 words. The ONLY trustworthy Bible is the King James Version (KJV). it is the only PRESERVED Word of God. All others are not with thousands of words missing that make it a different gospel. I wrote a book about this matter and have extensive evidence that documents the changes.

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    1. Then you would have compared the King James version to the Greek Septuigint and found there are paragraphs in the Septuigint that have been omitted in the King James. Very important paragraphs in Ezekiel (for one easy spot to find such). And in Genesis too in the area where Jacob is giving his sons their blessings. Seek and ye shall find.


  4. Sandy Skinner says:

    Diane – I think you hit the nail square on the head. Our Lord has said many times that contention is not of Him. This means our contention with each other. Those that claim the Christian mantle but like to dispute with others over a difference of opinion are not following the Shepherd’s path.

    Love Christ, love one another. Seek His face
    in this life. Its pretty simple. And have faith God is in charge.

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  5. Tammy Emmich says:

    On Tue, Feb 9, 2021 at 4:17 PM THE MARSHALL REPORT wrote:

    > The Marshall Report posted: ” The seeds of confusion were sown, watered > and the confusion grew into a wide array of teachings, all from the same so > called sources. Yet, who can see the man made interpretations within? Only > God can show you the truths from the lies. It is for each to ” >

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  6. Treasa says:


    I know your heart is in the right place, but, Jesus Christ founded One Church over which he appointed Peter…. All the other versions of Christian persuasion were founded In later centuries by human men, not God Man. Those men broke away from other institutions etc etc.

    God bless you, Treasa

    On Wed, 10 Feb 2021 at 07:44, THE MARSHALL REPORT wrote:

    > The Marshall Report posted: ” The seeds of confusion were sown, watered > and the confusion grew into a wide array of teachings, all from the same so > called sources. Yet, who can see the man made interpretations within? Only > God can show you the truths from the lies. It is for each to ” >


  7. sojournerwt says:

    Once again, thank you for all that you do. I do believe the Word of God and trust in Him for all things. I have seen Him do great things. I believe as you that this is a crucial time. It is decision time. Complacency is no longer an option. As God continues to expose the true evil by lifting the veil which has kept it so very hidden, many will have to make a choice. I pray that they will choose wisely. Rev. 3:16 says that Jesus would rather us be hot or cold…not lukewarm, lest He will spue us out of His mouth. This is pointing to complacency. I do believe that the verse which you shared in 2 Chron. has caused a spirit of false humility within the believers. God desires that we truly repent from our hearts. Read Joel 2:12-27, which are verses God had given to me to pray over in 1988. This is just “my opinion,” as there are many standing upon the verse in 2 Chron.
    To trnathans….I can relate to what you shared. I grew up believing that there was no God, but this was due to many years of enduring much in my childhood. Without going into much detail and long words, God changed all of that over 30 years. My life has never been the same and…it is all God’s! I serve the Lord Jesus Christ.
    Thank you for allowing me to share.

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      1. sojournerwt says:

        Forgive my delay as I am not online daily, but choose to spend most of my time in prayer.
        According to the Greek meaning of the word used for “God” in this verse, it is “theos” which has meaning of….the Godhead, the Trinity…or it points to God, the Father.


  8. southern1952 says:

    King James is good enough for me….I am not the biggest reader of words, and I can not cipher some things, all I know is i love the LORD and believe He is in full control, and I will not debate on what bible says what.

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  9. D. Higgins says:

    I heard a preacher say once, “Every issue in life is one of authority”.
    Who’s our President?
    Is the vaccine good?

    We all choose our authority, but when Korah challenged the authority of Moses, he was ignorant of the “spiritual” significance of how God establishes authority.
    Hebrews 1 exposes how God spoke before (dreams, visions, etc.)……
    Choose your authority, but choose wisely, your soul depends upon it.
    Eve did not heed the word of God (which she received second hand)……well, you know how that went.
    Rupert Murdoch (Fox News) owned the copyright on NIV until 18 months ago….sold to Disney

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  10. debjbalk says:

    What has Dianne brought to us??…. 1)Encouraging us to go deeper and higher in our relationship with God. 2)Challenging us to dig into the Word. 3)Providing opportunities to engage in dialogue with other believers. 4)Encouraging us to pray, study God’s Word, and worship Him. 5) Giving us a safe place to express our concerns, thoughts & fears during this very difficult time. 6) Taking us on a journey of discovery and truth. 7)Showing us perspectives that we may otherwise miss. 8)Giving us the chance to develop a bond surrounding our common faith and love of God. 9) And…on….and…on….and… on. THANK YOU, DIANNE!! You are a blessing!!

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    1. sojournerwt says:

      Truly, debjbalk, from what I have seen and read, Dianne, does indeed have a very special anointing upon her. This particular anointing is powerful and purposeful as it is not our “call,” nor our “gifts,” which destroy the enemy of God….but, according to Isaiah 10:27….it is the anointing which destroys the yoke of bondage. This is, also, provided by the goodness of God so that He alone receives all glory…not any of us! This anointing which I perceive is that of the one mentioned in Isaiah 58:12.


  11. I have total faith that God is in control of every word of translation. There are multiple translations of which there are even errors also of which God has allowed for his purposes.

    Arguing over translations is the same as arguing what God has to do with it. Have faith instead in the works God has performed which include the translations of his word to all his people.

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  12. cynicalman says:

    As much as I like the King James (esp for reading out loud – one reason the translators had in mind) it is a revision of the Bishops Bible. I love the modern spelling editions of the Tyndale Bible by Daniell and wish Tyndale had been ableto complete it.

    After talking with many missionaries and reflecting on well intentioned translations (I am not talking about paraphrases) and having textual crit as a hobby I ask myself this –

    If I were in prison or in a persecuted country would I even think about the Bible version. NO – it is the living Word and I would be hungry and joyful to have any version.

    I forget where I read it years ago but someone said “God church grows and succeeds despite the best efforts of pastors.” 🙂 I think this principle also applies to the Word.

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  13. Michael says:

    If we check earlier manuscripts and the Greek Sinaticus it shows the disciples were called Chrestianos which is Chrestians in English

    They did a ultra violet scan in 2008 showing that there was a big space between the i and s in Christianos in Greek Sinaticus and the scan shows the original letter was the E not the letter i

    Research shows that Chrestianos was in earlier manuscripts before it was changed by scribes to Christianos

    Also Yosef Ben MatthewYahu (known as Flavius Josephus in Modern English) he said in his writings that he saw the creator’s true name on the golden crown of the high priest in 70AD and said the 4 vowel name was 4 vowels and this is confirmed from translating the 4 Phoenician symbols used for the creator’s name in the sea scrolls into all languages the 4 Phoenician symbols translates to IEUE and the Phoenician symbols used for the messiah name translates to IEUESHUO and Shuo means saves and Shuo was never Shua because if we study the Ayin the Ayin was always the O not the A

    Modern Hebrew says Yeshua but the Ayin is actually the letter O therefore Yeshua would actually be Yeshuo

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  14. eze33 says:

    I knew there were many translations of the Holy Bible, but I did not know there were that many. Wow! Having a copyright on a book that is composed of many books by authors inspired by God has always puzzled me too. There are other books also, like those found in the Dead Sea Scrolls. There used to be a section in the AKJ called “The Apocrypha” (Hidden Things in Greek), and for many years the AKJ was not to be printed without it. They were placed in between the Old and New Testaments in the original 1611 AKJ and remained a part of it for 274 years until 1885.
    You can go to > and download free PDF’s of all 15 that were in the original AKJ. (Interesting number 15 – see end of comment). They weren’t considered as part of the “sacred scriptures” but were considered as useful and inspirational. Don’t know why they were discontinued. They can enhance trust in the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. The 2 great Commandments have been misconstrued to replace the 10. The question asked was a trick question by a hot shot Pharisee Lawyer trying to trip Jesus up. (Matt. 22:34-40) The Greatest was a summation of the first 4 – Love God (shalt have no other), heart (no images), soul (not in vain) & mind (to remember and keep) and then the second was like it, but between mankind, and man (male & female) were created on the 6th day. [4 + 6 = 10 Commandments] Guess Pharisee Lawyers weren’t all that good at math. >eze33
    From Missing Links page 85:
    “With much searching in the Bible, I found that the number 15 has great significance. The 15th day of the first month is the first annual Sabbath following the Lord’s Passover. The 15th day of the seventh month is the Feast of Tabernacles, which is symbolic to Christ’s return and reign on earth. The 15th year of Tiberius Caesar’s reign was the year Christ began his earthly ministry. (Lev. 23, Luke 3) The hangings in the Court of the Tabernacle were 15 cubits (Ex. 27:14-15, 38:14-15). The hangings from the pinnacle of a pyramid are its four slopes. There are three sides to a triangle and five corners to a pyramid, and three Giza pyramids with five corners each. (3 x 5 = 15) If we take the 410-cubit slope dimension and multiply it by 15, we get 6150 cubits. Subtracting 2019 or 2020 from 6150 we get 4131 or 4130 cubits respectively. According to the Bible, the foundation of mankind is the creation of Adam and Eve. The foundation for salvation is our creator who hung on a pole and is the Chief Corner stone. (Is. 28:16-18; 1 Pet. 2:6) The foundation of a pyramid hangs by the slopes from its pinnacle, which is its chief cornerstone.

    Was Adam and Eve created in the year 4131 or 4130 BC? From those dates to the present (2008) are 6139 or 6138 years. How did the early church historians calculate the creation as having taken place in 4004 BC? I honestly do not know, but the number of years from the creation of Adam to the present time can be accurately counted from the Bible and dependable historical records that are acknowledged by most if not all historians. The following list is from the Bible:

    (1) Adam to Noah/flood – 1656 years (Gen. 5:3 thru 7:22)
    (2) Noah/flood to Abraham – 292 years (Gen. 11:10-26)
    (3) Abraham to Isaac – 100 years (Gen. 21:5)
    (4) Isaac to Jacob – 60 years (Gen. 25:26)
    (5) Jacob to his death in Egypt – 147 years (Gen. 47:28)
    (6) Jacob’s death to the Exodus – 430 years (Ex. 12:40)
    (7) Exodus to the first temple – 480 years (1 Kings 6:1-38)
    [1 – 7 totals 3165 years. See Appendix II for more detail.]

    From dependable historical records, King Solomon reigned from 970-930 BC and began building the first temple in his fourth year or 966 BC. (1 Kings 6:1) King Nebuchadnezzar destroyed it in 587 BC (2 Kings 25:8-9). During the reign of King Darius, I (521-486 BC), the second temple was built in 515 BC. (Ezra 6:15) It was destroyed by Rome in 70 AD. Adding the 3165 years from 1-7 above to 966 BC when Solomon started the first Temple, we get 4131 total years BC, or the date of Adam’s creation – 4131 BC. Adding 4131 BC years to our present 2008, we get a total of 6139 years. When 2019 AD is added to 4131 BC, we get 6150 years, or the same 6150 cubits from our corrected pyramid dimensions. Very interesting!, Arte Johnson routinely said. (See Appendix II)

    ” [Available in paperback on or e-book on Barns & Noble or Amazon]

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  15. Angel says:

    What does the “Holy Spirit”say to each individual when you read what ever translation you have access to? Letters printed on paper is nothing more than that….unless the Spirit of God gives the understanding.

    Zechariah 4:6 (ESV)
    6 Then he said to me, “This is the word of the LORD to Zerubbabel: Not by might, nor by power, but by my Spirit, says the LORD of hosts.

    Dianne thank you for your encouragement.

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  16. T. says:

    Hi Diana,

    I always enjoy your blogs! I did my research about all of this a couple years ago and and went down the rabbit hole and was horrified that I did tell anyone about it, if I did they would think that I am crazy. I told my husband, an atheist (an engineer) to see what he thoughts are. Anyway, he believed about the giants and engineering the human species for their use, but does not believe in God as I do. I realized that the Bible has been modified to meet their perception, unfortunately for them they are not as clever as God, as they left many clues as you mentioned here. I came across the Gospel of Thomas, in its original text that was found along with other writings from the Dead Sea Scrolls, in 1980s. In it is the True teaching of Jesus, in his own words, not interpreted/ explained by the disciples, added and omitted by the church, and translated from many different language to finally into English. Jesus’ teachings in the book of Thomas is really profound and once you understand the meaning and follow his teachings you get back to God. These are my favorite sayings of Jesus: Jesus said,”If those who lead you say to you, “see, the kingdom is in the sky”, then the birds of the sky will precede you. If they say to you, “It is in the sea, “then the fish will precede you. Rather, the kingdom is inside of you, and it is outside you. Jesus said, “Blessed is the lion which become man when consumed by man; and cursed is the man whom the lion consumes, and the lion becomes man.” I understand Jesus’ teachings and hope that your readers will research and find out the meaning of Jesus’ teachings, once one realized and practice one will see the Truth!

    PS: I am still practicing and improving every day and it is still hard to focus as the devil tried to distract me/my flesh every chance that I am not focus/in God’s present! Once one understand the teachings one is able discern between Truth and lies.


  17. Terry says:

    3 Now by this we may be sure that we know him, if we obey his commandments. 4 Whoever says, “I have come to know him,” but does not obey his commandments, is a liar, and in such a person the truth does not exist; —1 John 2:3-4


  18. namvet6366 says:

    Diane, again you nailed it! Yes, we need to love God with ALL our being and love our neighbor as ourselves. Treat others as you want them to treat you! God gave us His Holy Inspired Word. As far as I know our first complete Bible translated & in print form was the King James Bible of 1611. If God preserved His Word for us that long it seems to me we should be thrilled,grateful & thankful, praising God for His blessing instead of constantly trying to change it to be more understandable or easier to read or whatever and fighting over who is right & who is wrong!!! Oh YES Lord,
    “If My people, who are called by My name, shall humble themselves and pray, and seek My face and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and will heal their land.” Why can’t we ALL agree to just do that?

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