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Daily Bible Reading Chart For One Year

Navigating Through Scripture
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Offers a free, easy to use, compact (1,383 KB) New Testament Bible search program (King James Version). Its features include: find or view any word, verse or chapter in the New Testament, copy and paste verses to your word processor, highlight text with the built-in marker, print verses, and record your own scripture notes.  [Runs on Windows 3.1x, 95/98, and NT].

E-Sword Bible Program

E-Sword is the very best computer Bible program that I know of and the basic program is FREE 
with many, many add-on programs (commentaries, dictionaries, etc.) that are also free. 
It has all kinds of search tools, copy, notes, and options.
Go to E-Sword for the introductory information. 
To download the basic program go to downloads.
Once you run the basic program you may return to the web site and download 
additional versions of the Bible (only the ones marked $ are not free). 
You need to close the basic program before adding any add-ons.

I recommend the following add-on programs that just plug into the basic program: 
King James Version or King James Version (Red Letter)
Keil & Delitzsch Commentary on the Old Testament, 
Robertson's Word Pictures in the New Testament,
John Gill's Exposition of the Entire Bible,
Jamieson, Fausset and Brown Commentary,
Adam Clarke's Commentary on the Bible,
Treasury of Scripture Knowledge (great cross references),
King James Concordance.
Noah Webster's Dictionary of American English

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