The New Defender’s Study Bible by Dr. Henry M. Morris
Type any verse, chapter, book, “Introduction to book name” or phase in the link below.
“The Bible does have the answer; its gospel can be defended; and it is hoped that this Type any verse, chapter, book or phase in the link below.New Defender’s Study Bible will prove of significant help in this great cause to those who use it. Its annotations explain the Bible’s difficult passages, resolve its alleged contradictions, point out the evidences of its divine origin, confirm its historical accuracy, note its remarkable anticipations of modern science, demonstrate its fulfilled prophecies and in general remove any doubts about its inerrancy, its authority and its ability to meet every human need.”—Dr. Henry M. Morris, The New Defender’s Study Bible(Nashville, TN: World Publishing, 2006), p. iv.
Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance
The Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance is the most complete, easy-to-use, and understandable concordance for studying the original languages of the Bible. Combining the text of the King James Bible with the power of the Greek and Hebrew Lexicons, any student or pastor can gain a clear understanding of the Word to enrich their study.
Due to the helpful nature of the Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance, we have incorporated this tool into our Online Study Bible search engine, enhancing it’s usefulness.
You can access Strong’s Concordance by searching in the search box below and choosing the King James Version or New American Standard Bible. Once you are within a Bible reference, check the “Strongs Numbers” at the top right of your reading pane to view the Hebrew and Greek lexicons using Strong’s Concordance numbers.
You can also browse through Strong’s concordance numbers by navigating to the King James Version translation or New American Standard Bible translation and checking “Strongs Numbers”.
Scofield Reference Notes (1917 Edition)
For over 90 years people have relied on this reference work in their daily study of God’s Word. Written originally in 1909, C. I. Scofield’s intent was to provide a concise but complete tool that would meet the need of someone just beginning to read the Bible. Scofield Reference Notes is in the public domain and may be freely used and distributed.
Matthew Henry Commentary
The commentaries of the Reverend Matthew Henry have been a great blessing. He was a 17th and early 18th Century minister of the Gospel in Chester, England, and died in 1714. Quoting Charles Spurgeon: “First among the mighty for general usefulness we are bound to mention the man whose name is a household word, Matthew Henry. He is most pious and pithy, sound and sensible, suggestive and sober, terse and trustworthy….”
Oswald Chambers My Utmost for His Highest
My Utmost for His Highest is a daily devotional by Oswald Chambers (1874-1917) that compiles his Christian preaching to students and soldiers. The book was first published in 1924, later undergoing a revision in the 1990s, and has become a series of Christian devotional journals, calendars, and children’s books. The title is taken from one of Chambers’s sermons, where he says “Shut out every consideration and keep yourself before God for this one thing only- My Utmost for His Highest”. The book is considered to be one of the most popular religious books ever written. My Utmost for His Highest has been officially translated into over 39 languages, including Spanish and Afrikaans.
http://utmost.org/ 1992 version
Daily devotional from The Institute of Creation Research
Treasury of David by Charles Haddon Spurgeon— Spurgeon’s Great Commentary on the book of Psalms Commentary on Psalms
Bible Prophecy Timelines