Falling in Love with the King James Version All Over Again Because of Words Like "Concupiscence"

For the last several months I have been reading my King James Version every day deliberately.  I want to reacquaint myself with it.  I have intentionally set aside my primary reading and study Bible, the New American Standard Bible (NASB), specifically to reread the King James Version. And, I've got to confess, I'm loving it.  Admittedly, I once a hard time with the King James, but not any more (I might even try to go back and reread Shakespeare - kidding).

I especially love words like "concupiscence:"

But sin, taking occasion by the commandment, wrought in me all manner of concupiscence. For without the law sin was dead. Romans 7:8.

You won't find that in any of the modern translations, and I understand why, but doesn't concupiscence just sound cool?

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