Wednesday, 30 January 2008
The other updates include enlarge fonts, add background design, cross references links, included key word highlighting, correction of words. The later update would include outline studies, notes. The file name of each chapter has been rename Ivrim
Click on below to go to chapters
Key note are as follows
Yeshua is :
A Greater Prophet, - 1:1-3
A Greater Messenger Moshiach's superiority to angels- 1:4 - 2:18
A Greater Servant, superiority to Mosheh - 3:1-6
A Better Rest of Yisrael - 3:7-4:13
A Better Priesthood, as Kohen ha Gadol in the order of Melekh Tzedek - 4:14-7:28
A Better Covenant 8:1-9:22
A Better Sacrifice - 9:23-10:39
Saturday, 26 January 2008
Thursday, 24 January 2008
There has been some update on the E-sword:
Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions ( useful for those who want to study Hebrews and Old Testament text) previous version has now on New updated on these file (free download)
Hebrew Old Testament (w/ Strong's)
***Alternate dictionaries keyed to Strong's numbers can be selected for display in popup ToolTips. Select "Options, Strong's # ToolTip..." from the e-Sword menu. All dictionary modules tied to Strong's numbers have been updated to accommodate this new feature.
For those already have previous version
Recommended online download
New American Standard Bible Study Set
(Provided by The Lockman Foundation)
Special ABS Price: US$20.00
The New American Standard Bible has been widely acclaimed as "the most literally accurate translation" from the original languages. Millions of people, students, scholars and pastors alike, have trusted the NASB, learning from it and applying it to the challenges of their daily lives. The updated NASB continues this commitment to accuracy, while increasing clarity and readability. Included in this study set is the NASB, the NASB with Strong's numbers, NAS77, and the NAS Exhaustive Concordance. Over 32MB of Bible study resources!
The Complete Word Study Dictionary
(Provided by AMG Publishers) US$40.00
The Complete Word Study Dictionary includes both the New Testament Greek dictionary by Dr. Spiros Zodhiates, and the Old Testament Hebrew dictionary by Dr. Warren Baker and Dr. Eugene Carpenter.
A detailed study tool for Bible students, this dictionary is the perfect companion to e-Sword Bibles modules with Strong's numbers. Each Hebrew and Greek word in the Bible is defined and explained, providing readers with all they need to explore every idiom and nuance of the original Hebrew and Greek text.
Dr. Zodhiates takes the Strong's Greek lexicon and amplifies it a hundredfold in terms of detail. An entry that might receive just a few lines of fine print in Strong's is instead expanded to whole columns or pages of discussion, with every conceivable nuance explored. Each entry includes word derivation, exegetical commentary, word history and etymology, synonyms and antonyms, and both lexical and scriptural cross-references are added to make this a truly invaluable study aid.
What happen if I already previous bought the above to paid module?
Just take note if you have previously bought this two items there is updated the complete word study previously 4 mb now increase to 6 mb. You do not need to purchase again just use the same download link and Key ID issue to you to down load and install the software module.
If you are new user you can follow the link below to purchase one for yourself. I have been using last three year since last time bought it,
If you want study Hebrew this whole set is a must download, it is free The Hebrew has Nikud include to help in reading
Hebrew New Testament free download
Hebrew Old Testament (Tanach)
Hebrew Old Testament (w/ Strong's)
Westminster Leningrad Codex with vowel pointings (Hebrew)
Other Hebraic studies modules download
Targum Pseudo-Jonathan with Unicode Hebrew Characters
Targum Pseudo-Jonathan Transliterated version
Targum Pseudo-Jonathan English Translation by JW Etheridge (formatted as a Topic File)
Targum Onkelos with Unicode Hebrew Characters
Targum Onkelos English Translation by JW Etheridge (formatted as a Topic File)
Aramaic Standard English Version - Torah
The Peshitta with Unicode Syriac Characters
The Peshitta Transliterated Version
An Aramaic-English Lexicon of the Peshitta (keyed to Transliterated version, above)
Murdock's English Translation of the Peshitta (available on the e-Sword Downloads Page)
J.W. Etheridge's English Translation of the Peschito (Peshitta).
Sahidic Coptic New Testament with Unicode Coptic Characters
Sahidic Coptic New Testament Transliterated version
Sahidic Coptic-English Lexicon (keyed to Transliterated version, above)
Gospel of Thomas (Coptic - formatted as a Topic file)
Gnostic Gospels of Thomas, Phillip, and Truth in English Translation (formatted as a Topic file)
Bohairic Coptic New Testament with Unicode Coptic Characters
Mishna.exe or the The Mishna is the 3rd century compilation of the Jewish/Rabbiunic Laws which Jesus refered to many times when he confronted the people or pharisees with, "You have heard it said..." Also available as Palm Doc Files
BabTalmud.exe or the Babylonian Talmud is the combination of Mishna with additional (later) rabbinic commentary and expansion. (NOTE: This translation is incomplete.)
Thayer's Greek Definitions - new updated - free
Interlinear Greek New Testament (Textus Receptus) with Strongs
Robinson/Pierpont Byzantine Greek New Testament (w/ Strong's) ESW
Textus Receptus Greek New Testament (w/ Strong's) ESW
Those who love JB philip for e-sword -free
Rotherham Emphasized Bible - use the Yahweh, quite close to Hebrew and Greek - free King James Version - free
King James 2000 Version
Tyndale Bible (1534) [TYN]
(1525; revised 1534) - William Tyndale's determination to produce a translation readable by common people eventually led to his death. Although controversial, the Tyndale New Testament had a great impact on the language of the KJV.
CoverdaleTyndale Rogers Bible (1534) - free
Geneva Bible (1587) - free
Webster Bible (1833) -free
Brenton's English Translation of the LXX
Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia - Leningrad Codexhttp://www.forananswer.org/Top_General/e-Sword_Modules/BHS+.exe
includes text and commentary for New Testament, Psalms, Proverbs, Minor Prophets(bbl file)
Revised Webster Bible with Strongs (1833)
Transliterated Old and New Testamented root words with Strong's
Smith's Bible Dictionary ESW
A classic reference, this comprehensive Bible dictionary gives you thousands of easy-to-understand definitions, verse references, and provides a wealth of basic background information that you'll find indispensable as you read the Bible.
Saturday, 19 January 2008
1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 , 7 , 8 , 9 , 10 , 11 , 12 ,
All the name of women and their dialogs will be in bold pink
Information about Ziklag
Ziklag = "winding" glqc
- a town in the south of Yehudah, later allotted to Shimon; noted for its having been the city of David given to him by king Achish of Gath and his residence when he was joined by many of his mighty warriors and when he received word of the death of Shaul
Ziklag was located in the Negev region in the south of what was the Kingdom of Yehudah. Its exact location has not been identified with any certainty, though by the end of the 19th century, both Haluza (by the Wadi- Aslu to the south of Beersheba) and Khirbet Zuheiliqah (located to the north west of Beer-Sheva and south southeast of Gaza city) had been suggested . Ziklag is generally agreed to be a significant corruption of the location's actual name ; Haluza was identified as the location on the basis of Ziklag being a corruption of Halusah (slightly clearer in the underlying Hebrew script than in English), meaning fortress; Khirbet Zuheiliqah was identified as the location on the basis of Ziklag being a corruption of Zahaliku, which means downward slopes and is descriptive of Khirbet Zuheilikah's location . The excavators of Tell Zeitah have suggested it as a possible location of Ziklag.
The Book of Genesis refers to an individual named Casluhim as the founder of the Philistines, and it is thought possible that the name is a corruption of Halusah; with the identification of Ziklag as Haluza, this suggests that Ziklag was the original base from which the Philistines captured the remainder of their territory. It has also been proposed that Ziklag subsequently became the capital of the Cherethites .
According to the Sefer ha Shemuel Bet, while David was encamped with the Philistine army for an attack on the Kingdom of Yisra'el, Ziklag was raided by Amalekites; the Amalekites burning the town, and capturing its population without killing them (scholars think this capture refers to enslavement ). However, none of the archaeological sites which have been variously suspected to be Ziklag show any evidence of destruction during the era of David.
Friday, 18 January 2008
Parashah 16: Beshalach 13:17-17:16
Chapter 16 Manna "what is it" Lechem, hungry Chapter 17 thirst
Manna in the Brit Hadashah say: Read Yochanan 6:26-59
Yochanan 6: 58
Hashem gave them Lechem out of the heaven. Hashem provides. Our fathers did eat the manna
Your fathers ate manna were dead. The 10 spies lack of faith, unbelieved
Yeshua is the Bread of life. (vs 35, 41,47, 51) whoever eat this bread shall live forever
Speaks of the golden pot that have manna in the Mishkan
Message to the Assemblies to those who overcome are given to eat the hidden manna.
Wednesday, 16 January 2008
- added background, larger font prints, include Aramic online book of Yaakov, Hebrew sefer ha Yaakov, correction of texts. rename file names
The cover page of Hebraic Transliteration Scriptures has been updated also
Friday, 4 January 2008
"I will send for many fishers" There are two verses in the Brit Hadashah that fulfill this verse: Matityahu 4:19 And he saith unto them, Follow * me, and I will make you fishers of men. Mark 1:17 And Yeshua said unto them, Come ye after me, and I will make you to become fishers of men. Beit-Tzada - came from the root word tzayadim meaning House of hunters (Yirmeyahu 16:16)- dayagim (fisherman) Mark 6:45; 8:22