Here are a few resources that I hope will help with your study of Word. Check back often as this list will continue to grow.

Online Tools

Bible.org {FREE: multiple resources}

**Bible Gateway {FREE: multiple resources, including multiple versions, lexicons, and commentaries}

Bible Hub {FREE: multiple resources, including multiple versions, lexicons, and commentaries}

Bible Study Tools {FREE: multiple resources, including multiple versions, lexicons, and commentaries}

Blue Letter Bible {FREE: multiple resources, including multiple versions, lexicons, and commentaries}

Precept Austin {multiple FREE resources, though there are some paid classes both from this Austin site and at Precept International}

***StudyLight {FREE: multiple resources, including multiple versions, lexicons, and commentaries}

**YouVersion {FREE: multiple resources, including multiple versions, lexicons, and commentaries}

 

Computer Software

***eSword {FREE: You can downloads tons of FREE and paid modules for the software at BibleSupport; PC only, though there seem to be some hacks to get it installed on MAC and there are now paid mobile apps for iOS}

*Logos {The software itself is FREE, however the packages to load it with can get quite pricey. The mobile app comes with a free starter library though and it will load into the PC version once you’ve activated the mobile app and synced.}

 

Mobile Tools {Note: I am an Android user {including a Kindle Fire}, so I have NO idea how these work in other platforms}

eSwordHD {PAID: the new eSword iPad app}

eSwordLT {PAID: the new eSword iPhone app}

FaithLife Study Bible {currently FREE, though that may change when they hit their goal of 2.5 million copies; part of the Logos family of resources}

*Logos {FREE: comes with a nice starter library}

**MySword {FREE mobile tool set up like the eSword software and you can also get modules for it at BibleSupport…learn more here; Android only}

 

Scripture Memorization Tools

**Scripture Typer {FREE: improve your Bible memory and typing skills with this great resource; they also have a cool tool called Memory Typer for memorizing custom content}

*Verse Box {FREE: memorize pre-arranged groups of verses or make your own groups; [BE SURE TO PICK YOUR VERSION FIRST, BEFORE ADDING ANY GROUPS]; Android only}

Verse Card Maker {FREE: make and print notecards; ESV only; Online only}

 

* I have this resource and/or use it occasionally

** I have this resource and/or use it often as a part of my regular study

***This is a staple resource for me and my go-to place for serious research