I bought it 3 years ago and now the word find function does not work. I can look up a scripture by book, chapter, etc..but when I press FIND with my finger nothing happens. I put in new batteris and even reset it several times to no avail. Can you suggest a solution or can you fix it? I contacted Franklin and they say they do not repair what they sell and Jack Van Impe Ministries say they can't they just sell them. Can you help?
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Hello Diane! Thanks for asking such a great question, as it got me into researching something I wondered about myself. So here, from a "lay" person's opinion is what I have found: The Pentateuch (first 5 books of the Bible) have been attributed to Moses for generations. Then apparenlty somewhat recently, some have challenged that thought.... which others have become QUITE alarmed about,as one might imagine. There is considerable evidence that Moses is involved in at least a few of the first five books, although the author is not directly named in the scriptures themselves. I found a web page that presents what I think is a well-formatted reason to believe Moses is indeed its author and believe you'll find it useful. Here it is, I hope you find it useful, and again, thanks! :-)
many of the proverbs through the bible are by various writers through the ages,tho mostly written in ancient Hebrew and Aramaic.king solomon the son of david,is quoted for many,but there is no apparent recognition to a particular individual,except that all scripture is inspired by 'GOD' and is for teaching,reproof,and inspiration.
Remove the five screws from the back of the Bible, gently separate the front from the back of the Bible with a flat blade screwdriver. Note, when the Bible is apart be as careful as you have ever been in your life with the display and especially with the flat cable connected to the display, or you might accidentally cause a void line to permanently appear in the display when you get it back together. Gently remove the rubber keypad. Take a Q-tip swab or two with some rubbing alcohol and gently clean all of the black contacts on the back of the keypad and also where the contacts touch against the circuit board. Make sure that you clean every one of them leaving no specs of dust or cotton on anything. Also leave none on or near any part of the display or window or you will be looking at these for the next ten years while you read the powerful Word of God. This has worked for me several times, but I own three of them, and still have the first one I purchased new about twenty years ago. The Frankin KJB-640 is by far the best electronic Bible ever made and nothing has since come remotely close. KJB stands for King James Bible. Any other so called version belongs in the garbage can. Trust me on this one, and read the Bible daily, or continue being completely miserable for the rest of your life.
yes if you no of any person or your self that has any electronic nolige ?it easy to repair if you look in side the jack you should see i small flat peace of metal ? just get a tiny thin screw driver preferbly a wach makers one and gently force the metal out a bit as this is not making proper conection or if you prefer just take it to any electrical shop and ask them how much it would cost to replace the jack