You can also click on the \"More\" button to read the commentaries, the lexicon, the dictionary, the Smith reference book, and the F.B. Meyer devotional commentary. There are over one hundred additional Bibles, commentaries, dictionaries, lexicons, reference books, and devotionals that you can download and add to your library absolutely free!
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Alkitab is an open-source and free desktop Bible study software. It supports single/parallel view, commentaries, lexicons, dictionaries, glossaries, daily devotions, etc. It also comes with powerful search capability.
Bible Desktop is a useful application that gives you free access to a complete list of religious books available in dozens of languages and that allows you to read their content and save various passages with ease.
One way to make your own resources is download them from third-party sites dedicated to making e-Sword modules from public domain books. A great site for this is BibleSupport.com. You can add free content from this site. You may need to convert it from the Windows version to the Mac version, but they show you how to do that. You need the converter available at the e-Sword Extras site.
Wow I need HELP! I have been a long time E-sword user with daily use (I am a pastor). I just switched from a PC to an iMac. I am getting basically NO WHERE with the new program. e-sword sent me a tutorial. Seriously Not much help at all. How about a step by step tutorial for idiots like me. I have no wasted over 8 hours total time trying to learn this program that was used to be SO EASY. And BTW, I do not even use anything else but only the very basic searches, copy and past functions. It must be me but there ya go!
Yes, eventually all modules here will have an \"Apple\" download option. A module, with the name (Apple) in it, will be added to each file listing. In the mean time, you can convert your own modules for use with e-Sword X using the official e-Sword PC to Apple conversion utility: -sword.net/extras.html
I tried to follow the process you mentioned (so I thought), i.e.. downloaded the 'Step sampler collection (100 titles)' , then tried both .. File >> Resource >> Import, as well as File >> User Files >> Import .. but nothing happened in both cases, apart from a screen flicker like a refresh.
The Step Sampler provided by e-Sword.net is in Step format, which is an antiquated form of an e-book called Step. This is not e-Sword's format. It belonged to a previous Bible software company and support was added to e-Sword because so many people, at that time, had Step books. I don't know if e-Sword for the Mac will read these. My guess is no. For a definitive answer on that, you would need to contact Rick Meyers at e-sword.net.
Hi, I also purchased e-swordX on my macbook and cannot open any of the modules. I even tried using e-sword the Crossover way (downloaded Crossover) and using the module installer but nothing is working. I have downloaded the Apple converter. what do i do now. please make the apple download option available immediately for modules.
e-Sword X initially installs with the King James Bible and the King James with Strong's numbers study Bible, the Strong's Lexicon, Smith's Bible dictionary, F. B. Meyer devotional commentary, and the Treasury of Scripture Knowledge cross references. There are over one hundred additional Bibles, commentaries, dictionaries, lexicons, reference books and devotionals that you can download and add to your library absolutely free!
I have been using e-sword products for over 15 years and it is very user friendly and affordable. I use it on my PC, tablet and iPhone. The iPhone app is the best.Over the years I have changed devices and all I have to do is to download the software and reuse the verification codes.Recommend e-sword products highly!
I am very impressed with e-Sword. I use it when doing Bible Studies. I can quickly find book, chapter, and verse with just a few clicks. So much easier than Bible apps I have used in the past. I have purchased the Message version and the New Living version of the Bible and I really like to compare versions, also using the King James and the ESV which came with my initial download of e-Sword. I also love F.B. Meyer's commentary. In the past I have spent lots of money and time tracking down mulitiple copies of Meyers original little blue books, Through the Bible Day by Day, (published 1914 - 1918) for each of my family members. Now this material is at my fingertips on e-sword. I also love Meyers' daily devotions. My ipad knows the date so the devotion automatically comes up with today's devotion. Many thanks to the makers of this incredible software!
I have had e-sword for more than 10 years and before e-sword had to delete many versions. But I found that God is into working with all the different versions and forms. it was proven as when Satan brought on an attack of quite a force. God had prepared us for this when I printed out 1Th 2:1-20 on a paper. as we were under duress that God guided our hand to this passage and some others that were printed out and in our KJV Bible. this is the scriptures that were highlighted that we found what was needed for that moment it our lives. This was the moment we realized God was into all the version that are from Him and ordained through Him.
I have always been a NASB man, studying from it, preaching from it and revering it. Last week, I chose to buy a copy of the Message for use in conjunction with my e-sword software - another product I have held close to my laptop heart!I was amazed at the freshness and contemporary relevance of the work. The English is a tad American, and needs 'adjustment' for an Indian audience. For example, Psalm 23 brags about God setting a six-course dinner before me! A little explanation is called for when you are talking to people who barely get a square meal. Ultimately, a brilliant work, that stands out in its own category. Thanks for making it available for us e-swordites.
The Message bible is a contemporary, thought for thought version of the bible, and much easier to read than the NLT or the NIV. e-Sword already included the KJV and accompanying Greek / Hebrew dictionaries so at 1/10 of the cost of other software programs you can have access to an incredible reference library, most of which is free. Students at my Bible College use it all the time. When the KJV becomes awkward because of archaic language, you can get a breath of fresh air with the Message bible, it has become my go-to version, replacing the NLT & NIV when I need a break from the KJV.
e-Sword is a fast and effective way to study the Bible. e-Sword is feature rich and user friendly with more capabilities than you would expect in a free software package. The fact that e-Sword is free is just one of the blessings and does not speak of the quality of the software. The real work, however, was put in by the godly men and women who devoted countless years creating the texts that have been made available for our benefit.
What an amazing resource! Every resource on e-sword is a useful tool for any person who wants to expand their biblical, theological and Christian knowledge. I first started using e-sword when it first came out and have been using it as my main program for research, and sermon and bible study preparation ever since. e-sword is the most user friendly program that I have ever used. It is a God-send for the disciple of Christ, period. The basic program is tremendous but for sometime now you can purchase resources from e-studysource that automatically load into the e-sword program upon purchase and download.
NKJV is my favorite translation. Easy to understand and closely translated with accuracy. Thank you Rick Meyers for e-sword and the folks at estudysource.com for providing the tools to help study the Word of God. All these resources at my fingertip with just the click of the mouse...awesome! Thanks again 1e1e36bf2d