The New King
James Version translators removed the phrase, "he that should come" (he referred
to Christ) and replaced it
with the New Age
interfaith term, "the Coming One" three times in their
New King James [Transitional]
In like fashion, Lucis Trust removed the word
"Christ" and replaced it with "the Coming One" in their Great Invocation Revised
These changes make
the world prayer more universal, inclusive and unifying. The text alterations
made to the New King James Version cause the Bible to be more universal,
inclusive and unifying as well.
excerpts from the Great Invocation--a world prayer and mantram for the New Age
that Lucis Trust states is "the major agent for the
transformation of the human will."
Original Version (1945)
point of Love within the Heart of God
Let love stream forth into the hearts of men.
May Christ return to Earth.
From the point of Love within the Heart of
Let love stream forth into human hearts.
May the Coming One return to Earth
[According to the
page that was
removed from intuition-in-service.org, the Revised Version was issued in March,
Lucis Trust explained their rationale
for removing the word, "Christ" and replacing it with
"the Coming One":
"Christ", unfortunately, too often is
viewed as the sole province of Christianity and not relevant to people of
other religions or of no particular religion. These two points we think can
be modified, if deemed necessary, without compromising the unparallelled
spiritual value of the Great Invocation in the version which follows. (2)
bold emphasis added
The Lucis Trust one world religion planners
removed the word that is too often viewed as "the sole province of Christianity" (Christ)
from their world prayer and replaced it with a word more conducive to the
formation of the One World Church: "the Coming One." The New King James Version
translators did the same.
NKJV Translators Replace "he that should come"
(Christ) with the
The NKJV translators (as well as
Ellen G. White and
other New Age change agents) gave the Lord Jesus Christ the
title of the New Age World Teacher--the Coming One:
John, calling two of his disciples to him, sent them to Jesus,
[a] saying, “Are You the Coming One,
or do we look for another?”
- Luke 7:19 NU-Text
reads the Lord.
7:20: When the men had come to Him, they said,
“John the Baptist has sent us to You, saying, ‘Are You the Coming One,
or do we look for another?’”
Matthew 11:3: and said to Him, “Are You the
Coming One, or do we look for another?"
Quotes are from the New King James Version at biblegateway.com.
Since the "Coming One" is the New Age World
Teacher, (the Antichrist) it follows that the New King James Version translators removed the
title, "master," from the Lord Jesus Christ and replaced it with "teacher."
(A partial listing: Matt. 8:19, 19:16, 22:16, 23:8, 23:10, Mark
5:35, Mark 10:17, Mark 12:32, and many more.) Note:
John Darby, the Father of Dispensationalism
did the same.
(2) The Great Invocation--Adapted Version http://www.lucistrust.org/invocation/adaptedgi.shtml
(1) Quote source: Statement on the Adaptation of
the Great Invocation
About New Age Bible Versions
New King James Version and the One World