strong's cross references

In the past, we’ve explained the difference between a Strong’s concordance and a cross reference, but if you’re using a Strong’s tagged Bible, you can enhance your study by combining it with a cross reference. It’s very easy to do! Strong’s tagged Bibles are great for learning about the breadth…

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Jesus Barabbas or Jesus Messiah?

We’ve all experienced an eye-opening moment while reading the Bible. You’re skimming over a familiar passage and WHAM! What’s this? Something new!? It’s wild how this still happens with a book that is thousands of years old. And yet, you can probably find something fresh in these two short verses…

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Word Study Example James 2

We’ve put together a Bible study series on James for you! Going chapter by chapter, you can get some new ideas about Bible study, learn how to use new tools, and gain new insights on the book of James. In the first post, we completed a character study on James.…

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“As soon as it was night, the believers sent Paul and Silas away to Berea. On arriving there, they went to the Jewish synagogue. Now the Berean Jews were of more noble character than those in Thessalonica, for they received the message with great eagerness and examined the Scriptures every…

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Greek & hebrew words for love

What does the Bible say about love? Here are the five, most-used Greek and Hebrew words for love and LOTS of Bible verses about love to read! Master, which is the great commandment in the law? Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart,…

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biblical meaning of joy

Have you ever wondered how the Bible describes joy? Below are three word studies done on biblical joy found in the Old Testament. We got this information from the NKJV Word Study Bible—a fantastic resource for, you guessed it, word studies. So, start reading! And if you like what you…

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NKJV Word Study Bible

The NKJV Word Study Bible (and KJV version!) is a fantastic resource for your personal Bible study. It includes the NKJV or KJV Bible text with Strong’s tagging, translators’ notes, book introductions, word studies, indexes and a concordance. In this blog we’ll show you how this great resource works when used…

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How To Do A Word Study

While many have lamented the thought of having to learn the original languages in Bible college or seminary, I relished the idea. I saw it as an opportunity to unlock a new world of Bible study that would give me greater insight for Bible interpretation. Although this dream did come…

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