I'm currently reading 'The King James Only Controversy' by James White. He makes mention that the text found in Rev. 16:5 according to the KJV reads: "O Lord, which art, and wast, and shalt be..." Whereas the actual reading is "...who art and who was, O Holy One". I am by no means an authority on this subject at all, but this didn't set well with me. There are a few places in the Revelation in which the past, present, and future time elements are contained (e.g. 1:4,8,18,19). The actual reading, according to Mr. White, eliminates the future element by omitting 'and shall be', or a comparable expression. I have always enjoyed seeing this text in the same light as those expressions in the first chapter mentioned above, but now that has been lost somewhat if Mr. White is correct. He probably is correct, but I just wanted to share this with you all. Thoughts?