Show all the occurrences of a word in the NT and LXX and show the Hebrew word which corresponds with the Greek in the LXX (if there is a correspondence)
For this example, we've chosen to use the word
Using the split screen function, view the parsed Greek New Testament in the main window, and open the parsed Septuagint text in the second window.
With the focus on the main window (the GNT text), touch the magnifying glass to bring up the Search screen. Type in (you don’t need to worry about accents) using the built-in Greek/Hebrew keyboard in the search function.
You receive 15 search results, displayed in the top window. Each result displays the entire verse, with the search term highlighted. Touch the verse reference hyperlink to go directly to that location in the GNT text.
To perform the same search in the Septuagint, tap the second window to switch the focus (you’ll see the blue outline move to the bottom window). Then bring up the Search screen, which is already populated with the term from the most recent search, and hit search. You’ll see a list of 67 results.
Suppose you wanted to learn more about the use of in Matthew 1:23. Recognizing the allusion to Isaiah 7:14, you could scroll to Isaiah 7:14 in the LXX Search results.
Perhaps you wish to compare the Greek text of Isaiah 7:14 to the Hebrew text. Touch the hyperlinked verse reference to open the Septuagint text to Isaiah 7:14. Touch the top split screen, then use the Library to switch texts to the BHS parsed text, so you can read the BHS and LXX side by side. The BHS opens automatically to the same verse, allowing you to compare the use of and .