Reflection. Is fasting and prayer in Mark 9.29? By Fabian Massa.
Treasures of Wisdom shares with us: "Fasting and Praying About Frames 9.29?".
Conclusion:The important thing is communion with God, that is looking to meet and pray to know His Word. Talk about fasting in another post.
 Cf Mt. 27.21 The words "Howbeit this kind goeth not out but by prayer and fasting", v. VRV 21 in 1960, do not appear in the manuscripts of greater authority and probably have been taken from Mr. 9:29. In the corrected Bibles as the NIV, NASB, BTX and Jerusalem Bible verse Matthew 17.21 directly there.
 RV King James Version.
 The Bible of Cassiodorus Queen, also known as the "Bear Bible" and usually referred to as the King James Version (1569) is one of the first translations of the Bible into Castilian. The work was done from the translation of the original texts in Hebrew and Greek and was published in Basel, Switzerland, 28 September 1569 His translator was Casiodoro Queen. The Bear Bible is usually referred to as King James Version (KJV) for making Cipriano de Valera's first review of it in 1602 The King James was widely publicized during the Protestant Reformation of the sixteenth century. Today, the King James Version (with several revisions over the years) is one of the bibles in Spanish most used by most of the Christian churches stemming from the Protestant Reformation (including evangelical churches), as well as other Christian faith groups, such as Seventh Day Adventist Church, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Gideons International and other non-denominational Christians.
 Textus Receptus, Latin term meaning "received text" is the name by which the Greek New Testament edited by Erasmus of Rotterdam (Desiderius Erasmus) and print is known first in 1516 and then corrected in 1519, 1522, 1527 and 1533, this text represents a set of Greek manuscripts of the New Testament, of which the oldest dating from about the tenth century, and are the basis of many classic translations of the Bible, as Reina-Valera Spanish version and different translations in other languages (pre-1881 versions). http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Textus_Receptus
 NIV New International Version; NLT, New Living Translation; ESV, The Bible in Current Language; TEV, NIV; PDT, Word of God for All; RVC, Reina Valera Contemporary; RV95 * King James 95, (United Bible Societies Colombia 1995, this edition saves standing page warning that some manuscripts have the word "fasting"), TLA, the Modern Language Translation; BPT, Bible for All.
 The Codex Sinaiticus and Codex Sinaiticus (London, British Library, Add 43725,. Gregory-Aland No. א (Aleph) or 01) is a fourth-century uncial manuscript of the Greek version of the Bible, written in scriptio continuously between 330 and 350 originally contained the whole of both Testaments, but have survived to this day only pieces of the Septuagint, the entire New Testament, the Epistle of Barnabas and fragments of the Shepherd of Hermas (suggesting that the latter two texts might have been considered part of the biblical canon by the editors of the codex).
 The Codex Alexandrinus (Codex Alexandrinus) is a V century manuscript of the Greek Bible, containing most of the Septuagint and the New Testament. Along with the Codex Sinaiticus and Codex Vaticanus, is one of the earliest and most complete manuscripts of the Bible. It derives its name from the city of Alexandria, where it is believed that it was done. In 1627 the Patriarch of Constantinople, Cyril Lukaris, who was previously patriarch of Alexandria, presented the Codex Charles I of England.
 The Codex Vaticanus (Bibl Vat, Vat 1209 gr,..... Gregory-Aland no B / 03) is one of the oldest surviving manuscripts of the Bible, Codex Sinaiticus slightly prior to, and probably copied as one, during the fourth century. It is written in Greek on parchment, with uncial letters scriptio continuous format, and is preserved in the Vatican Library.