|Snapshot of Bible Study Tools website|
|Snapshot of Heart of Wisdom website|
|Bible Study Tools is useful for children and adults.|
Now, we have the advantage of online tools to study the Bible. I feel very blessed to have this available. I love to read the Word of God. I always get something new out of reading the Word. Even rereading the Bible brings fresh messages from God.
Another thing that Bible Study Tools provides is different versions of the Bible. This website holds at least thirty Bible versions. Sometimes, I switch among the different versions. Sometimes, I see that one version gets a point across much easier. I think it is awesome that the New International Version, The New Living Translation, and The Message present the Bible with modern language. I also enjoy Parallel Bibles that present the Bible side by side.
There are also commentaries based on experts in the field of Bible studies. I haven't really delved into that area. I choose to stick to my own studying. I rely on God to lead me in my studies at this point.
I love that you can search the Bible. For example, you can research topics. You can choose specific parts of the Bible. You can use the dictionary to define words, too. You can read the point of view of such Biblical giants like John Calvin, Charles Spurgeon, and John Wesley.
You can register at Bible Study Tools. This will allow you to take and record notes. It will also keep in mind the specific Bible version that you use the most. There is a resource for pastors. There are also communities that you can join for support on different topics such as the one for the members who want to read the entire Bible within a year.
|Snapshot of Godtube website|
|Snapshot of homepage of LifeChurch.tv website|
|LifeChurch.tv webpage where you get to see a sermon|
This has been an entry for the Technology Tuesdays series.