Thayer’s Greek Lexicon for theWord

Thayer's Greek Lexicon for theWordDo you use theWord Bible Software? Are you digging into the Greek? Do you need help?

This Lexicon is for you! Thayer’s Greek Lexicon will help you to see the fuller meaning of words and their full range!

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Description for the Thayer’s Greek Lexicon for theWord

This is the full version of Thayer’s Greek Lexicon keyed to the Strong’s numbers.

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Mickelson’s Enhanced Strong’s Dictionaries for theWord

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Do you use theWord Bible Software?

Are you looking for the fuller richer meaning of the scriptures? Then this dictionary is for you!

This is the primary Strong’s dictionary used by ‘theWord’. Download Mickelson’s Enhanced Strong’s Dictionaries for theWord here!

CONCISE, UPDATED GREEK/HEBREW-ENGLISH DICTIONARIES OF THE WORDS IN THE GREEK AND HEBREW TESTAMENTS; WITH THEIR RENDERINGS IN THE KING JAMES VERSION: BY JAMES STRONG, S.T.D., LL.D.

UPDATED AND ENHANCED BY JONATHAN KRISTEN MICKELSON

This work is must for the student of the Word who is just beginning to look into the Greek or for the scholar who has studied Greek for years.

This resource will greatly enhance your Bible study get it today!

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Word Pictures in the New Testament for theWord

Word Pictures in the New Testament for theWordAre you digging into the Greek to better understand the Bible? Are you looking to get to the original langaunge to grow closer to God?

Then Word Pictures in the New Testament by A.T. Robertson is for you.

This module is hands down one of the ones I use the most!

Download Word Pictures in the New Testament for theWord Bible Software Here!

 

About A. T. Robertson

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Hebrews 9:1-10 The Earthly Ministry of the Priest

Hebrews 9:1-10 The Earthly Ministry of the Priest

 

Last lesson we took looked at Hebrews 8 and the fact that with a new covenant God has made the first one obsolete. We saw the 5 points of the superiority of Jesus as high priest.  We took an in depth look at the new covenant.  Finding out who it is with and what impact it will make.

This lesson we are going to tackle Hebrews 9:1-10 where we will take a look at the first tabernacle and its worship.

Let’s first go over a brief introduction to the Hebrews 9 to set up the text.

 

Introduction to Hebrews 9:1-10

The author takes his readers back in time to the tabernacle in Moses’ day. He briefly describes the outer and inner tabernacles in verses 1-5 and mentions the veil that separates the two. He does not go into too much detail as it does not seem important to him. He even states; “but of these things we cannot now speak in detail.”

His main focus is the ministry of the priest in verses 6-10. His builds a foundation for two main points. Only the High Priest could enter the Holy of Holies once a year and the gifts and offerings could not make the worshipper perfect in conscience.

His goal is to point out the earthly sanctuary and the earthly ministry that went along with it.

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John 14:15 If You Love Me

John 14:15 If You Love Me

 

This week’s memory verses are John 14:15, 21 & 23.  In them Jesus tells us that if we love Him we will keep is commandments. But what are His commandments? This can be confusing because Jesus was under the Law himself, taught on the Law of the Millennium and taught on the age of Grace.

Once we have this answered we can better understand what He is telling us to do.

Before we get into the text let’s take a brief look at the theme and purpose of John’s Gospel. Then we will quickly overview John 13 & 14 to set the context.

 

Purpose

The purpose of the book of John can be found in John 20:30-3130 Therefore many other signs Jesus also performed in the presence of the disciples, which are not written in this book; 31 but these have been written so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing you may have life in His name.

John wrote the book to record the signs of Jesus in order that the reader may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God. In believing that Jesus is who He said He is the believer obtains eternal life!

 

Theme

The theme of the book of John is that Jesus is the Son of God and believing in Him will produce eternal life.

Now that we have the purpose and theme we have the appropriate context to view John 13 & 14 briefly to set up our memory verses.

 

The Last Supper John 13:1-5

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New Testament Introductions and Outlines for theWord

New Testament Introductions and Outlines for theWord

 

Are you looking for a short and concise New Testament survey for theWord? Then this is for you!

I orginally found this New Testament Introductions and Outline online at Bible.org.

I was trilled when I found it for theWord Bible Software.

This is a concise new testament survey. It contains  introductions and outlines to each book of the New Testament. By Daniel B. Wallace, Ph.D. who is Professor of New Testament Studies Dallas Theological Seminary. Enough said right?

You can get the New Testament Introductions and Outlines for theWord here! 

The the New Testament Introductions and Outlines for theWord contains information on:

 

The Author

Wallace gives detailed internal and external evidence for each author of the New Testament. He lays out the arguements against them and answers those arguments.

 

The Date

He gives up to date background information for the date of each book. Citing what most scholars believe and then what he believes the date to be. Backing up his dates with solid evidence.

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2 Cor. 9:6-7 God Loves a Cheerful Giver

2 Cor. 9:6-7 God Loves a Cheerful Giver

 

This week’s memory verse is 2 Cor. 9:6-7 which speaks on the believer’s posture in giving. Before we get into the text we are going to take a look at Paul’s purpose for writing the letter, the theme of the letter and a quick overview of 2 Corinthians 8-9:5 to understand the background.

 

Purpose

“The purpose of this letter was threefold: (1) to express joy at the favorable response of the church to Paul’s ministry (2 Cor. 1-7); (2) to remind the believers of their commitment to the offering for the Christians in Judea (2 Cor. 8-9); and (3) to defend Paul’s apostolic authority (2 Cor. 10-13).” Charles Ryrie Charles Ryrie NASB Study Bible

 

 

Theme

In contrast with the self-interest of the false apostles is the self-effacement of Paul. As he both answers his critics and affirms his own apostleship, we see God’s glory shine through Paul’s sufferings. If there is in fact a theme verse it is 12:9: “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.”  Daniel B. Wallace “2 Corinthians” in New Testament

 

2 Cor. 8-9 An Appeal to Give to the Jerusalem Church

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Dr. Bob Utley’s Free Bible Commentary for theWord

Dr. Bob Utley's Free Bible Commentary for theWord

 

This is a commentary I use almost daily. Dr. Utley has done a fantastic job. Though I do not always agree with everything he says I definitely want to hear it.

The commentary is a word study commentary, often word by word, giving the meaning in the original language and context. He writes in such away that allows you to do the interpretation.

I found it for theWord bible software and wanted to share it with you. Do yourself a favor and go get it.

Dr. Bob Utley’s Free Bible Commentary

Here is the description from theWordmodules.com website.

 

You Can Understand the Bible: Study Guide Commentary

While teaching hermeneutics in an OMS seminary in Haiti, God spoke to Bob’s heart about providing his Bible studies free to the world.

He structured this verse by verse and passage by passage commentary to provide an in-depth resource for churches, pastors and lay people. Dr. Utley provides scholarly and even technical commentary without losing a non-scholarly audience. While Dr. Utley uses word studies to examine context and original language, no knowledge of Greek or Hebrew is expected from the reader. This commentary is designed to be understood by everyone!

Dr. Utley emphasizes the original author’s intent, by analyzing and discussing: context, history, word studies, grammar, genre and parallel passages.

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Free Bible Software theWord

Free Bible Software theWord

 

I have been meaning to get this post out. I have played around with a few bible softwares and a came across theWord. It is by far the best!

Install the best free bible software theWord! 

In fact there is so much free quality content (modules) that you can get with theWord that I am going to be writing a lot more posts on the modules.

Most of my links to products that I use will be transitioning to theWord. If I use a tool that is not offered by theWord then I will link to Christianbook.com otherwise all links to tools will be to theWord.

This really is the best software I have found thus far for Bible Study.

I have used it almost everyday and it has revolutionized how I dig into the original language of the Scriptures. I know it will do the same for you!

Here is some information from their site explaining the software.

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1 Cor. 13:10 When the Perfect Comes

1 Cor. 13:10 When the Perfect Comes

 

This week’s memory verse is 1 Cor. 13:10. Before we get into what the text has to say to us today, we are going to take a look at Paul’s purpose of writing 1 Corinthians, the audience, the theme, a quick overview and then an overview of the literary unit that we find the verse in.

This way we have a lens to view the scripture with. Once we see what Paul was saying to his audience we can then see how it relates to us today.

 

Purpose

“What occasioned the writing of 1 Corinthians was apparently three things.

Paul had written a previous letter (1 Cor. 5:9) which was misunderstood by the Corinthians. In that letter he told them not to associate with immoral persons and they took this to mean all immoral persons, while he only meant immoral professing believers (5:10-13). The matter needed to be cleared up.

The apostle also got news from members of Chloe’s house that there were divisions arising among the Corinthian believers (1:11). Presumably the report included other problems such as attitudes toward the apostles (4:1-21), incestuous behavior (5:1-5), and lawsuits between Christians (6:1-11).

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