Hebrew culture & God’s power removed from the Holy Bible
Supernatural gold crowns
Bill Morford was at a conference when the speaker told the congregation about something supernatural. He told them the the Lord was going to be giving people gold teeth. Previous to the meeting, his dentist had told Mr. Morford that he needed a gold crown.
When Mr. Morford went to his dentist, she said that no dental lab in the world could make a crown like that. Watch the video below.
Studying Ancient Greek & Hebrew
In the 1980s Bill Morford began to study ancient Greek & Hebrew. He gained a greater understanding of the Jewish roots of the Bible, the Messianic prophecies, the power of God and the idioms.
For instance, sometimes the English New Testament will translate “evil” as “sickness”. This implies that sickness is evil. To heal yourself, concentrate on getting rid of the evil.
This is explained more fully in the video below.
Greek & Hebrew idioms
If your right eye causes you to stumble, gouge it out and throw it away. It is better for you to lose one part of your body than for your whole body to be thrown into hell. Matthew 5:29
That passage is not telling you to gouge your eye out. “Evil eye” was an idiom for “stingy” or “greedy”. Matthew 5:29 is telling you to stop being stingy & greedy.
And with his stripes we are healed. Isaiah 53:5d. “Stripes” in Hebrew is an idiom for fellowship. So, the end of Isaiah 53:5 is telling you that having a close relationship with Jesus is a good way to start getting your healing.
For a greater understanding of this passage, watch the video below.
To learn much more about the mis-translations of the Holy Bible, watch the television interview between Bill Morford and Sid Roth.