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th1b.taylor

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Heres a strongs concordance with Hebrew and Greek lexicons
http://www.eliyah.com/lexicon.html this is just thelibrary section

here is another good website http://www.biblestudytools.com/

this is just the contents of the library section
Bible Versions, Apocrypha Books, Commentaries, Concordances, Dictionaries, Encyclopedias
History, Lexicons, Classics, Other Resources, Authors, Books Of The Bible, Audio Bible
e-Sword has all of those tools, down-loadable as small modules making customization, download and installation very easy.
 

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esword is great.... lots to look at different views --- it is great...
 

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LOL i bought a esword CD years ago.. so i have not down loaded in a long while..
 

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ya got these right ?

You need this to get started. This basic installation includes the King James Version, King James Version w/ Strong's numbers, Strong's dictionary, and the Treasury of Scripture Knowledge cross-references. Download additional resources using the "Download" menu within e-Sword.
 

th1b.taylor

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I just now downloaded E sword Thanks and God Bless!
Be sure you play with all of the tool icons there are some very useful tools there. When I am not glued to this bed and I can get to church I use it on my 'puter to teach with and my Pastor received a $400 Christmas gift Bible Study program but still prefers e-Sword. It is so preferred that until a couple of years one team of Linux people worked full time to insure it ran on linux. I run Ubuntu Linux with Wine to run my e-Sword.
 
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did you click on downloads at the top?
Yes I don't know what is going on, I am certain it is this computer but I will be getting A Nextbook for Christmas so this will be the first program i download on it I do like the program but I would like to have the Hebrew and Greek Text.
I dont know how I forgot this site it is one of my favorite sites very helpful studies Maps
Doctrines of other sects and cults and religions.
http://www.bible.ca/false.htm/
OOPS heres the home page
http://www.bible.ca
 
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Here is another link many of you might find interesting and very useful if you want to learn the ancient hebrew alphabet and learn how to speak the hebrew language
http://www.ancient-hebrew.org/index.html
Go here to get started with learning the hebrew language it is free and make sure to get the free study resources package. you will be prompted when you join and after you activate your account
it only cost a dollar
http://www.hebrewpod101.com/
This another very good website for learning the hebrew consinants...

http://www.hebrew4christians.com/Grammar/Unit_One/Aleph-Bet/aleph-bet.html
 
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Well I got my new Nextbook computer tablet and downloaded e sword and downloaded all the bibles, dictionary's and commentary's without any problem.
 
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Yes:sohappy indeed Sister Reba this e sword bible shareware is an amazing and convenient resource tool I am actually using the tablet at Church for quick scripture referencing. I can get to another book, commentary's Synopsis and Strongs concordance in one click and also be able to take study notes as well. So I am very happy with my new little computer and the Bible program.
 

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http://enigstetroos.org/pdf/IntroductionToBiblicalLanguages.pdf

Introduction to Biblical languages
How to use Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek resources In E-Sword and The Word
Dr Franklin S Jabini

Preface
This book is an unusual introduction to biblical languages. Instead of following the traditional way of introducing the languages with lots of memorisation, I am using two software programs which analyse the text of the bible. You do not have to memorise paradigm after paradigm any longer to be able to analyse God‟s word in its original languages. ... I pray that this book will help you to appreciate the original languages of the bible, and that it will encourage you to study them. Midrand, February 2011 Franklin S. Jabini

This is so useful. It is like having all my Language Class notes EXPLAINED again.
 

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I would just watch everything from ifbtube.com. Good sermons and documenataries. But for bible study, just use the KJV bible and ask the holy ghost to guide you. I don't believe in commentaries, they are of the devil imo.
 

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I would just watch everything from ifbtube.com. Good sermons and documenataries. But for bible study, just use the KJV bible and ask the holy ghost to guide you. I don't believe in commentaries, they are of the devil imo.
Firstly, welcome to the forum; I'm sure you'll have a great time here. You can start a new thread in the New Member Forum for the friendly members here to welcome you to the site.

The site you have suggested looks good; the KJV is old-school as is commendable. I think defining commentaries as, 'of the devil' is a little steep; I think it would have been better to simply state you are not fond of commentaries.
 

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