Sharpen The Sword Bible Programs
Posted by adventbiblestudy on November 15, 2014
Bilbe Study aids for E-Sword
This is a web site a good friend ran across and told me about. This site has a series of modules that work with E-Sword, the computer Bible Program I use. There are a couple of good commentaries this site offers. The Conflict of Ages Series links to the entire chapter in one of the five books written with exquisite insight into many of the stories in the Bible. If you have not read the Conflict of Ages Series, this will give you the opportunity to sample chapters while comparing them directly to the Bible story they relate to.
Another series I looked at is the Life of Christ Inductive Study. This series will take you through a sequence of inductive studies for stories and events in the Gospels. This will give you a good outline to follow and thus learn the routine of an inductive study method which is basically the Who, What, When, Where, and Why method of study. The interesting part about this series is the active links. Each question comes with texts providing the answer. Hover the mouse pointer over the text link and it opens up in a box. Or you can click on the link to go to the entire Bible Chapter in E-Sword
And don’t forget to download E-Sword and use it. The two Bibles I would suggest is the KJV+ version that includes Strong’s numbers. Of course you’ll have to also download the Strong’s Concordance. The other Bible I use is the NLTse, New Literal Translation (second edition). This is a modern English translation relying on context to determine the English translation. In other words, the circumstances surrounding the word being translated.
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You should also download the TSK commentary. It is equal to a chain reference in a Study Bible. It will come in useful, especially when you want to quickly link to Old Testament texts quoted in the New Testament.