People often use certain verses in the Bible wrongly to defend or and justify their wrong behavior. The number of references being misinterpreted this way is countless. Given below are my top picks and their correct interpretation.
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[dropcap]T[/dropcap]oday I want to introduce to you “TV Bible Study”. This website has a free 1 year Audio and Video Bible study course. In contrast to the Video Teaching website, this one has a quite boring design and a traditional way of presentation. But I think it serves a great purpose.
I installed the Bible App little more than a year ago, right after purchasing my first Smart Phone. Today it’s a vital part of my personal spiritual growth strategy. It has many useful features worth mentioning here. However, in this intro, I want to share with you only the features I use on a daily basis.
Although all of us fear legal repercussions of software piracy, the majority of us are don’t bother about the spiritual repercussions. In this episode, I want to mention a few.
Long gone are the days you just read the Bible in fine print, thanks to this App for iOS, Android and Kindle Fire by Bible.is, a ministry of “Faith Comes by hearing”. Their App allows you to read the Bible or listen to it in 1034 languages and dialects whether online or offline. All the notes, highlights, and bookmarks are synced with your free account making them available across all your devices connected to the internet. With JESUS Film integrated into the app, seeing Scripture come to life gives you a truly immersive Bible experience like never before. Check the screenshots below for a sneak peek view or visit the official web site to download the app.
When the Computer became a standard Electronic Equipment in business, home, and even Church, software piracy and using pirated software also became a widespread issue either because the consumer couldn’t afford legitimate software or didn’t want to spend on software as much as he spends on hardware.
In display above is a picture of “The Pillar of Absalom” in the Kidron Valley (2 Samuel 18:18) downloaded from VisualBibleAlive.com, a huge searchable database of free Biblical and Christian images. (Photos, Paintings, Drawings, Etchings, Engravings, Works of art, Hymn and chorus backgrounds, Presentation elements etc.) All the images are of hi-resolution. Each image has a Encyclopedia entry as well as a list of related Bible verses. The watermark on the preview images are not found in the images downloaded.
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