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BIBLEGATEWAY

Bible Gateway is a searchable online Bible in more than 200 versions and 70 languages that you can freely read, research, and reference anywhere. With a library of audio Bibles, a mobile app, devotionals, email newsletters, and other free resources, Bible Gateway equips you not only to read the Bible, but to understand it.

  BIBLE.IS

Bible.is—the perfect Scripture engagement tool to share with members of your community. Whether born-and-raised locals or first-generation immigrants, your neighbors need to hear God speak their language.
God Speaks Your Language.

  E-SWORD

E-Sword is a fast and effective way to study the Bible. e-Sword is feature rich and user friendly with more capabilities than you would expect in a free Bible study app. The fact that e-Sword is free is just one of the blessings and does not speak of the quality of the app. 

BIBLE HUB

Bible Hub Online Parallel Bible, search and study tools including parallel texts, cross references, Treasury of Scripture, and commentaries. This site provides quick access to topical studies, interlinears, sermons, Strong’s and many more resources.

MATTHEW HENRY’S COMPLETE COMMENTARY

Matthew Henry was born near Wales on October 18, 1662.

Henry was primarily home-educated by his father, Rev. Philip Henry, and also at the Thomas Doolittle academy from 1680-1682. Henry first started studying law in 1686, but instead of pursuing a career in law he began to preach in his neighborhood.

MATTHEW HENRY’S CONCISE COMMENTARY

After the declaration of liberty of conscience by James II in 1687, he was privately ordained in London, and on June 2, 1687, he began his regular ministry as non-conformist pastor of a Presbyterian congregation at Chester. He remained in this position for 25 years. After declining several times offers from London congregations, he finally accepted a call to Hackney, London, and began his ministry there May 18, 1712, shortly before his death.

SCOFIELD’S REFERENCE NOTES

The first Scofield Study Bible, published in 1909 and revised in 1917, is one of the most influential theological works of the early 20th century.
Edited by Cyrus Ingerson Scofield, the Scofield Reference Bible was published by the Oxford University Press and became known to many as a handbook of fundamental theology.

STRONG’S EXHAUSTIVE CONCORDANCE

The Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance is the most complete, easy-to-use, and understandable concordance for studying the original languages of the Bible. Combining the text of the King James Version and New American Standard Bibles with the power of the Greek and Hebrew Lexicons, any student or pastor can gain a clear understanding of the Word to enrich their study.

TREASURY OF DAVID (SPURGEON)

Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892) was born in Essex, England. After preaching his first sermon at the age of 16, he became pastor of the church in Waterbeach at the age of 17. His most fruitful years of ministry were at the New Park Street and later the Metropolitan Tabernacle pulpit in London. Called the “Prince of Preachers,” he had more than 1,900 sermons published prior to his death.

VINES’S EXPOSITORY DICTIONARY

To ascertain the exact meaning of the words and phraseology of the originals of the Holy Scriptures is of great importance, particularly those which have a variety of meanings in English. The research work of the past fifty years, with the discovery of a large number of inscriptions and documents, and especially of the non-literary writings in the tombs and dust heaps of Egypt, has yielded much light upon the use and meaning of the language of the originals.

NAVE’S TOPICAL BIBLE

Nave’s topics were produced by Orville J. Nave while serving as a U.S. Army chaplain after years of “delightful and untiring study of the Word of God.” His topics were first published in the early 1900s, and consist of more than 20,000 topics and subtopics and 100,000 references to the Scriptures.

EASTON’S BIBLE DICTIONARY

Easton’s Bible Dictionary was authored by Matthew George Easton (1823-1894). In addition to his Bible dictionary, this Scottish Presbyterian’s most significant literary achievements were his English translations of two of Franz Delitzsch’s commentaries.