What Is the Last Word in the Bible?

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The Bible which is often referred to as the Holy Bible is a collection of several primary religious texts of both Christianity and Judaism. The last word in the Christian Bible is Amen.
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The last word in the Bible is "Amen.
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1. Realize that any general pronunciation guide will have exceptions, and that no specific pronunciation can be guaranteed to be pronounced exactly the way it was when the Bible was
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Actually, it seems that Torre P is not correct. The most reliable translations I can find - those which seem truest to the original languages - all include "Amen" as the
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The last word of the English language King James version of the New Testament is "Amen", and occurs in Revelation Chapter 22. The last word in the Old Testament is 'curse', and appears in Malachi Chapter 4.
The last word in the Bible is ‘Amen’. It is found in the last book of the bible (Revelation), the last Chapter (22) and the last verse (21) which is written “The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all. Amen.”
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