Here are some websites that help me in my Bible studies:
This definitely goes on the Apps I’d Want On A Desert Island list. Be sure to check out the reading plans (also available on your desktop) – if you want something to help you stay in the Word, this will do it! You can go here to download the app for your phone or tablet: YouVersion
Biblegateway.com is a versatile website, allowing you to read and research Scripture. It is well-worth exploring. When I provide a link for you to
When I want to get into original meanings of the Greek and Hebrew, I turn to Strong’s Concordance and other Bible study tools at Bible Hub. There are study tools, dictionaries, commentaries and more. I spend a lot of time here making sure I’m getting it right before I hit the “publish” button.
You’ll find 10 tabs open on my computer while I’m writing as I try to find some obscure fact. I’m sharing these particular sites with you because I use them often and they are safe. Be careful who you trust to teach you.
If you are going to believe what someone says, find out what they say they believe.
I hope something you find here will help you get totally addicted to finding new truths in God’s Word – to live by and to share!
“For the word of God is living and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the division of soul and spirit, and of joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.” (Hebrews 4:12)
P.S. I think coffee helps…