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Below are some references for online Bible studies.
Ask Bible questions, submit prayer requests, study the Bible online or by mail. Bibleinfo.com helps people around the world discover what the Bible says about life's questions. Here you wlll find counsel, direction, encouragement, and help - all from God's Word.
Our Adventist Book Center has a wealth of devotional and study materials for sale. Click here to go to their website.
Bible Gateway is on online Bible Concordance and Dictionary with which you can search for Bible words or phrases in any of several different Bible translations. They also provide searches by topic, and other helps.
e-Sword is a downloadable Bible Concordance, providing word or phrase searches of the Bible, quick verse look-ups, and a mix of other tools to aid your study. Best of all, it's FREE! E-Sword may appear somewhat dated but is very functional and fast. E-Sword provides several free versions of the Bible, including the original King James version, but it does not include the most popular modern translations due to copyright restrictions. However, the website does provide the option to purchase any of several modern translations for a modest cost if you want to use e-Sword with your favorite Bible version.
Scripture 4 All provides interlinear Hebrew-English and Greek-English transcripts of the Old and New Testaments, respectively. Pages are easily browsed by book, chapter, and verse. On each page is the original language and beneath that the corresponding English words. The New Testament (Greek) also includes a listing of the corresponding Strong's Concordance lexicon word numbers. Scripture 4 All also provides a free, downloadable search application to make their resources even more useful.