These websites provide helpful aids in reading and studying the Bible.

BibleGateway Link

This site provides the Bible in dozens of translations. The major English translations are included as well as many foreign languages. You can even set up multiple translations side by side for comparison. The site also supplies reading plans, topical arrangements of scripture, and even multiple audio versions to stream.


BlueLetterBible Link

This website allows you to search scripture and use their tools to perform studies on the words in the original languages. Greek and Hebrew words are displayed, audio clips supplied for pronunciation, and the words are tagged with Strong’s concordance numbers to help find the same word in other parts of scripture. For those familiar with Strong’s Concordance and Vine’s Dictionary, just think of this site as an electronic version of both.


BillMounce Link

Bill Mounce is a New Testament¬†Greek scholar. His website offers tools for the study of Greek, from actually learning the language to “teaching you enough Greek so that you can use your Bible study tools better, and all without the pain normally associated with learning a language” through his “Greek for the Rest of Us” series. He also has a section on the Hebrew language.


BibleAtlasOnline Link

This page contains maps that cover the entire span of biblical history. It even includes maps from the inter-testamental period, and the early church after the New Testament. It also includes routes taken by biblical characters, and campaigns and territories of ancient secular nations.


Wordpoints LinkGary Henry’s Wordpoints site offers daily devotionals, Bible studies, a blog, and other resources to help spark thought and inspiration in your daily walk with Christ.



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The commandments, “You shall not commit adultery,” “You shall not murder,” “You shall not steal,” “You shall not covet,” and whatever other command there may be, are summed up in this one command: “Love your neighbor as yourself.” Love does no harm to a neighbor. Therefore love is the fulfillment of the law. — Romans 13:9-10 (NIV)

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