Like I said, I have only found that one disagreement, and it is not an important thing. But in this case I would:
Go with the conviction from the Holy Spirit. Pray for understanding.
Look up the original Hebrew or Greek. Ask my husband and/or pastor.
Follow the teaching of the Holy Spirit.
So if waiting to long on the Holy Spirit not work you turn to the second and third? And what is last on that list? There are reasons that we sometimes do not get answers.
1) We are not ready to receive it because of our faith foundation is to weak.
2) Some knowledge requires a certain Christian maturity in order to get it.
One of the things I had to learn to get the knowledge I have received is that compromise of the word will not be tolerated to get what I wanted. And holding to the KJV like I do is what works. So it's not something I do because I belong to a group that does this or a church that does this. It was where I tested God and He in turn tested me and the result is what I do with the KJV and is the reason why as well. If using several versions and translations was where I was led then I would do this. But that's not where I was led. And what I do allows more knowledge and Holy spirit wisdom to flow so would you not consider that conformation? Because if God were totally unhappy with me in this area, would you not agree that He would cut me off letting me know this? And if that happened do you not think I would still be searching instead of taking a stance that I "still get blessed for"?
Because when you are spiritually connected to God you know when God is not happy and you also know that you have to change or correct what is wrong to get back into His good graces. And knowing that if I am still getting blessed in this what does that tell you? Because being without any theology degree or theology studies in a class etc... The knowledge and wisdom mainly comes from where? You know where because you depend on the same thing.
I don't think that these are the wrong things to do.
No but it's the order and how you do them. You are spiritually connected as you are because you are suppose to look elsewhere? No. You are spiritually connected because you are suppose to mainly look in one direction and rely on that wisdom regardless of how hard it maybe to get what you want. Now for until you do get confirmation you take the counsel of your pastor and husband. But the subject is not settled until the Holy spirit weighs in. And you cannot commit to what's being said as truth until that happens.
I might lean to selfishness and choose the version that makes me happiest. Then the Holy Spirit will soon discipline me for it. He is faithful. What makes you think that using more than one version automatically means giving in to self? In addition, the NASB is the most accurate and so far it agrees with the KJV. (Only it doesn't translate many different words hell like the KJV does, etc.) It doesn't disagree with the KJV, it just clarifies.
And you just stated the problem. If the flesh is given a choice then the flesh will choose. If the spirit is the only thing allowed to choose then the spirit will guide. What seems to be the hardest to do in cases where the spirit and flesh battle is where you die to the flesh and allow control in the spirit.
You are open to test and see what's right, right? So do what God says we should. He says test me. So what you do is put away the other books and totally rely on the one that is hardest to understand and make yourself rely on the Holy spirit because of that and see what happens. At first you are really going to hate it. The hate part is you dying to the flesh. Once you start to get over that then it won;t be as bad because the spirit starts to fill in where the flesh was. And once that happens then the test starts and you can see for yourself.
Now does that mean you will convert to KJV only? Only if the Holy spirit leads you to do that. But what do you think will happen if you find a more straight way connection to the Holy spirit as I did? But you will never know unless you test it as God tells us to do so. How long will the test take? Since you are very spiritually connected I don;t think it will take very long to see one way or the other. If I were to guess 30 to 60 days. It depends on how strong a hold the flesh has on you in this area and how willing you are to let the spirit lead. For each person a test like this is different because of these two things.
When using a translation that I know is less accurate I treat it like a Bible study aid rather than the word of God.
Why use a less accurate translation in the first place?
I just watch a KJV documentary that was a first and third person view. It focused more on the life of king James and those around him along with the struggles he went through to get this translation done. One thing I did not know is that the Catholics were so mad that they were not included that they hired a person who specialized in using gunpowder and making explosives with it. Their object was to kill King James and the whole KJV committee. One person that was helping them accomplish this became worried because he was going to lose two family members that were going to be present when this would happen, So he sent a letter to the king to warn him that something was afoot (their terms) and the king took it as a warning that this was probably going to be a assassination attempt.
The person who was head of the guard for the palace figured out that in order for this to happen the person would have to be already in the castle hiding and waiting for his chance to strike. He had no idea that there was explosives involved. So they search all the areas of the castle that were no longer being used, Which was several rooms in the cellar areas. He found the explosives and the man that was hired to do this setting it up. They made him give up the names of all who were involved in this plot and all were rounded up and executed for treason. Which also included a Jesuit priest who gave them the last rites but told no one what their sins were that they confessed about what they were going to do.
It was figured out that the amount of gun powder used would have destroyed the whole castle and the fire ball created would have killed several thousand in the town as well. The so called expert of that day way over estimated what was needed.