There is no perfect Bible translation, since man is involved in the translation from the original Greek, Hebrew and Aramaic manuscripts. So, no matter which translation you use, you must personally be satisfied with it. 

Start by finding a translation of the Bible you can understand. Kenneth and Gloria own many Bible translations and tools for study and reference purposes. Some of Kenneth and Gloria’s regularly used translations include the King James Version, The Amplified Bible and the New Living Translation

Whenever possible, we recommend that you check word meanings with a concordance and Bible dictionary. For instance, Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance, Young’s Analytical Concordance and Vine’s Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words are all excellent research tools to use if part of your Bible study involves using the King James Version. These can be found in bookstores or as online tools.