TV host Kathie Lee Gifford encourages people to study Greek to understand Bible more clearly


Emmy Award-winning TV host Kathie Lee Gifford attended the 28th annual Movieguide Awards on Friday where she shared her message of “truth” for Christians who wish to read the Bible.

Walking the red carpet of the popular awards show, Gifford spoke about her book, The Rock, The Road, and The Rabbi and the importance of Christians understanding God’s exact words.

“We have not been taught the truth. And we wonder why we have no power in our lives. We’re quoting scripture that isn’t true,” she passionately declared. 

“If we’re not quoting what it actually says in Greek, actually says in Hebrew, then we’re not speaking the word and the word is everything,” she stressed.

In her book, Gifford details what she discovered about the Bible after learning what it says by studying the original Greek and Hebrew translations. The American TV Host says that this experience, combined with having the opportunity to tour biblical sites in Israel, has been “life-changing.”




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