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Install Free Bible Program on your computer or smart phone

The www.ctrussell.us website has an e-Sword Files page with installation files for modules that work with the free Windows based e-Sword bible program.   The www.ctrussell.us website also has a MySword Files page with links to files that work with the free Android based MySword bible program.  If you have an Android based device (Smart Phone or Tablet) it is likely the MySword program will run on your device.    Here is a link to the MySword website to learn about the program and access additional public domain Bible study materials: http://www.mysword.info/

All available Bibles, commentaries and dictionaries are readily viewed without having to “tile windows”.

Parallel Bible   – Create your own “parallel Bible” with up to any four translations. Studying the Word of God and comparing passages have never been easier!

Editor  – Integrated editor for creating your own commentaries or study notes, complete with Spell Checking and a Thesaurus! Notes are “linked” to the Bible for easy viewing and can also be exported for portability.

Print Preview  – Comprehensive print capabilities, including print preview, allow you to create impressive Bible study handouts from the Study Notes Editor.

Strong’s ToolTips  – Strong’s definitions are displayed as ToolTips! Just place the mouse pointer over a Strong’s number and the definition will then be displayed.

Scripture ToolTips  – Scripture references in the Commentary and Dictionary views are displayed as ToolTips! Just place the mouse pointer over the reference and the passage will then be displayed. To go to the passage, just click it!

Compare   – Easily compare the various translations to see how they rendered the Greek or Hebrew manuscripts.

Search – Powerful search capabilities, yet simple to use. Enter as many words you want to search for and select the search style and range. You can even search on Strong numbers and exclude words from the search!

Copy and Print   – Copy and print Scripture in a variety of formatting styles. This is also available for search results and verse lists.

Graphics Viewer  – Graphics Viewer for studying maps, charts, and other images.

 

4 comments to Install Free Bible Program on your computer or smart phone

  • Brother Andre

    Christian Greetings!

    I would like to know if there is anyone who uses a paid software called Logos Bible Software? https://www.logos.com
    I have been using it for a few years and really enjoy it. I also use free software, esword and mysword, but I am waiting to meet with some brethren again so they can assist me and share some files and configurations with me.

    • Jacqueline (Bible Student)

      Br. Andre maybe Br. Peter can send it out to the internet brother to ask the “Crowd” of brothers on Oldron.

    • ZionsHerald

      Andre,

      I use Logos (with the Biblical Archaeology and Bible Review additions that i purchased. Since Logos is a program that must be purchased I chose to port Bible Student materials to E-sword (e-sword.net), MySword (android) and TheWord (theword.net).

      There are a lot of free user created modules for these programs as well which you can find at these sites.
      Create a free account at the two sites and download as much as you want.

      http://www.biblesupport.com (E-sword)
      http://www.wordmodules.com/ (TheWord, MySword)

      Go to YouTube and you’ll find tutorials how to use the programs as well. Here is a tutorial for The Word.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmQ8L-mHvss

      If you choose to use these and want bible student materials, email me and I’ll send you what I’ve converted so far.

      I’m updating the PDF Bible Students Library now and hope to complete with the latest additions in about six months. At the moment the Library is about 22 gigabytes of Bible Study materials with nearly every issue of every major Bible Student magazine and convention report as well as most of the books, booklets, and tracts over the past century… and tons of rare historical items as well.

      I’ll update the list here in several months when I am closer to completion.

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