Bible Resources

 

BIBLES


The following link has been arranged to help you to read or download the Bible in as many translations and languages as possible.
https://www.bible.com/


The following link has been arranged to help you study the Bible by selecting a passage of scripture and then clicking on related hyperlinked scriptures. For example, if you select Genesis 1, you will be taken to Genesis 1:1 where it says, “In the beginning God created the Heaven and the Earth.” Then, you can click on the related hyperlinked scripture, i.e. John 1:1 where it says, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.”
http://www.htmlbible.com/kjv30/index.htm


The following link has been arranged to help you study the Bible by selecting a passage of scripture and then clicking on a word to find it’s meaning in Hebrew (for Old Testament scriptures) or Greek (for New Testament scriptures) based on Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance. For example, if you select Genesis 1, you will be taken to Genesis 1:1 where it says, “In the beginning God created the Heaven and the Earth.” Then, you can click on the word “God” and it will show you that the Hebrew word is “Elohiym”, meaning “plural of 'elowahh' (433); gods in the ordinary sense; but specifically used (in the plural thus, especially with the article) of the supreme God.”
http://www.sacrednamebible.com/kjvstrongs/index.htm

 



CONCORDANCE


The following link has been arranged to help you study the Bible by searching for a word using “KJV with Strong’s Numbers” or “NAS with Strong’s Numbers”, then clicking on that word to find every place in the Bible where that word is used. For example, if I search for the word “Adam” using “KJV with Strong’s Numbers” I’ll see “Adam” appears in 27 verses. If I then click on “Adam” I’ll see that Strong’s has assigned it a number “0120” representing a Hebrew word. Now I can find everywhere in the Bible where that Hebrew word is found by clicking on the books of the Bible listed under the category “KJV Verse Count”. For example, if I click on “Genesis” I’ll see that the word “man” was translated from the same Hebrew word that “Adam” was translated from.
http://bible.crosswalk.com/

 


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