Lifted from D. Crawford Smith and William JamesThe Transfiguration of Jesus. Read more ... » Hughan, HistoryIn Everything Give Eucharist!. Read more ... » of the Ancient Masonic Lodge of Scoon and Perth No. 3: Cowan and Co. Limited 1898
KingThe Judge-King Favors the Least: The Undocumented Aliens, etc.. Read more ... » James VI of Scotland (1567-1625) also known as King James I of England and Ireland (1603-1625), widely known and remembered for commissioning the King James Bible“I was Blind, Now I See”. Read more ... » or Authorized Version of the Holy Bible, was a Freemason!
The oldest existing record of Lodge Scoon and Perth No. 3 in Perth, Scotland called “The Mutual AgreementThey Complain to the Landowner Simply Because He is Generous and Fair to All His Laborers. Read more ... »” of December 24, 1658, reveals that James was “Entered Apprentice Freemason” and “Fellowcraft Freemason” in April 15, 1601.
Records show that James appointed William Schaw in 1583 as MasterCome! Share Your Master’s Joy!. Read more ... » of the Work and Warden General with the commission of re-organizing the masonic craft. Schaw’s first two statutes deal with the duties of Masons to their Lodge and to the public; and the esoteric knowledge within the craft of stone masonry.
OTHER INFORMATION ABOUT JAMES
* He is the only sonThe Son Will be Coming Soon with Power and Glory. Read more ... » of MaryGlory to God in the Highest. Read more ... », Queen of Scots, and her second husband613 Laws Summarize Into Two. Read more ... », Henry Stuart, LordYou Have No Right to Keep it!. Read more ... » Damley.
* Born on June 19, 1566, he was baptized “Charles James” in a Catholic ceremony… but he was brought up as a member of Protestant613 Laws Summarize Into Two. Read more ... » ChurchProphecy About the Philippines in 2009, Compare With Current Situation. Read more ... » of Scotland, in compliance with the religious“Give Back to Caesar the Things that are Caesar's”. Read more ... » beliefs of the Scottish ruling class.
* At the age of thirteen months (13 mos.), he was crowned King of Scotland on July 29, 1567, when his motherA Poem for all Mothers. Read more ... », Queen Mary, was forced to abdicate.
*He married fourteen-year-old Ann of Denmark, younger daughter of Frederick II of Denmark, in November 23, 1589 at the age of 23.
* In 1597-1598, James wrote “The True LawCome! Share Your Master’s Joy!. Read more ... » of Free Monarchies” and “Basilikon Doron” (Royal Gift) in which he argued a theological basis for monarchy.
* He was proclaimed King of England on March 24, 1603 hoursThey Complain to the Landowner Simply Because He is Generous and Fair to All His Laborers. Read more ... » after the deathLazarus’ Raising as a Proof of Resurrection. Read more ... » of Queen Elizabeth IThree Radical Precautions of the Christ. Read more ... », making him king of two realms – Scotland and England.
* In 1604, he commissioned a new translation and compilation of approved books of the Bible to resolve issues with different translations then being used. The Authorized King James Version was completed“It is Finished!”. Read more ... » in 1611 and is considered a masterpiece of Jacobean prose.
* After about the age of 50, James suffered increasingly from arthritis, gout and kidney stones. He also lost his teeth and drank heavily.
* In early 1625, James fell seriously illLazarus’ Raising as a Proof of Resurrection. Read more ... » with tertian ague, suffered a stroke and finally died on March 27 during a violent attack of dysentery. He was 58.
* His son, Charles I, succeeded him to the throne.