God did not produce His word with errors. You seem to try to blame God for the fact that He gave men free will so that they can sin and do wrong.So are you saying that God Almighty could have produced His word without errors but purposefully chose to produce it with errors?
God gave to men the responsibility to copy the Scriptures according to His instructions--without adding, without omitting, and without changing any words, but imperfect men have failed to obey those instructions perfectly.
God did not choose to provide an absolutely perfect Bible translation without any errors in every language. God chose to give the Scriptures in the original languages by direct inspiration to the prophets and apostles. In order to carry out the Great Commission, believers have translated those original-language Scriptures into other languages. The word of God had been translated into English many years before 1611.
Do you in effect blame or condemn God because those pre-1611 English Bibles were not without error?
Do you make God directly responsible for the actual proven errors in the 1611 edition of the KJV?
KJV-only advocates inconsistently try to suggest that God had to perform miracles to keep the KJV translators from making any mistakes, but then contradicting themselves by suggesting that God was unable to keep the printers from making and introducing any mistakes.
Where do the Scriptures actually assert that God has to give you something that He did not give English-speaking believers before 1611?
None of the verses that you cite assert that the KJV is without error. You fail to apply those same verses justly to before 1611.
The KJV is the word of God translated into English in the same sense (univocally) as the pre-1611 English Bibles are the word of God translated into English.