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Salvation is the most precious gift we can ever receive, and once saved we can grow in knowledge, wisdom and understanding by daily reading and studying God’s word. Jesus tells us how important this is when, after forty days and nights of fasting in the wilderness, he replies to the devil who was tempting him: “It is written, Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God.” (Matthew 4:4)

Here are some resources we’ve found helpful in our Bible reading and studying.

Bible Study Tools

Bible Study Apps (All Devices)

e-Sword Bible study app with many study resources, including audio Bible. Available for Windows, MacOS, Android, iPad and iPhone.

Life Bible Bible study app for iOS and Android. Includes audio Bible from Faith Comes by Hearing, super-fast search feature and ability to sync notes, etc. between devices and the Life Bible website. Bible study app for iOS and Android in 1,300+ languages. Includes audio Bible from Faith Comes by Hearing and The Jesus Film.

Blue Letter Bible Bible study app for iOS and Android.

Audio Bible Free, downloadable audio recordings by Faith Comes by Hearing, with both dramatized and non-dramatized versions available.

Brenton Septuagint LXX CrossReach Publications, Kindle Edition

Bible Study Online

Life Bible Online Super-fast search feature and ability to sync notes, etc. between the website and your devices.

English-Greek Old Testament (Septuagint) Brenton’s English translation of the third-to-second-century B.C. Greek Old Testament side-by-side with the Greek text. (see: Why the Greek Septuagint is Superior to the Masoretic Text).

Brenton’s Translation Greek Old Testament translated by Lancelot Charles Brenton in 1844 (English only).

Charles Thomson Bible Greek Old and New Testaments translated by Charles Thomson in 1808 (English only).

King James Bible Dictionary Includes Webster’s 1828, Easton’s, Hitchcock’s, Smith’s, Nave’s, Strong’s, and Thayer’s Greek Lexicon.

Blue Letter Bible Interlinear New Testament Greek-English interlinear Bible with Strong’s numbers, transliterations and more.

Blue Letter Bible Online A collection of powerful tools for in-depth Bible study.

Bible Hub Similar to Blue Letter Bible with textual resources.

Treasury of Scripture Knowledge Bible cross-references.

Textus Receptus Bibles Explore and compare various TR Bible translations, etc.

Bible Timeline A timeline of both Old Testament and New Testament events.

Bible Atlas Online List of maps from the Holman Bible Atlas.

Bible Atlas List of maps from BibleHub.

Bible History Maps, articles, images, and resources. Gospels with Video The LUMO Project gospel films are available in chapter segments on the website. This link will take you to Matthew 1.

Language & Pronunciation

Webster’s Dictionary 1828 Helpful for exploring early-American language roots.

Biblical Words Pronunciation Guide Listen to correct pronunciation of Biblical words.

Etymology Online Helpful resource for exploring the roots of words.


Why the Greek Septuagint is Superior to the Masoretic Text

Why the Greek Septuagint Is Superior to the Masoretic Text

The Greek Septuagint, circa 250 years B.C., contains key differences to the Masoretic text, circa 1,000 A.D.

Modern Bible Versions

King James Bibles vs. Modern Versions

The difference between the King James Bibles — translated from the Textus Receptus — and modern translations based on manuscripts from Alexandria, Egypt.