"TheWord" is another great free Bible program.
Available from: theword.gr
Unlike the current version of e-Sword, it can display the Bible text in paragraph format also. e-Sword can only display in line-verse format. TheWord has similar offerings, King James and ESV available, and a more graphical, user-friendly interface.
e-Sword is Awesome! It works flawlessly for me. I use it everyday and what a blessing it really is. Get the Treasury of Scripture Knowledge for it too. You will have tons of Bible references at your fingertips!
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I love using e-Sword, it's a terrific study tool, and I recommend it to everyone. If you want to find more resources available, this site has a lot of stuff to download, though you do have to sign up first.
wow! i just tried this program and it's incredible, what a blessing, and thank you for this.
Thx you have been very helpfull
I love eSword and have used it for years. But the newer version left all of my previously loved (and annotated) notes studies behind. Even my NASB and purchased additions didn't work. I was going to have to start from scratch.
So I went back to a version a few years old and reinstalled from a CD I had burned for backup purposes.
Sooner or later I will have to update to something more 21st Century. But I hold fast to the older versions
Thanks very much for these links. I'll add them to my favourites.
Thanks to everyone who posted over the past 3 years about your favorite software programs. Many of the programs have been updated since the user recommendations were written, so I was wondering if we could get some updated reviews.
One question I have is about eSword. One of the commenters said that after a software upgrade a year or so ago, all her personal notes and study aids that she had attached were now gone. Has anyone else upgraded to the newest version recently and if so, has this problem been fixed?
Do any of the software packages have tablet versions that will sync with your PC/laptop? Or is there "cloud" functionality? (I'm wondering about having a tablet to use at church, but would want the tablet to have my notes from my laptop and be able to add the new notes to my laptop.) Or are these functions only available with the really expensive software? (Yeah, I looked at the pricey software long enough to decide that since I can't afford it, I'd rather not look at the features and fall in love with it!)
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