The following is a list of helpful resources you can use to study your Bible and prepare for small groups. We use Bible study software, websites, and apps to help us spend time diving deep into Scripture. These resources are not an end within themselves, but simply tools we can use to get to know God better through his Word. You can also visit the Cornerstone library in the Church Office. Please chat with the pastor or an elder if you need help deciding which ones might be best for you.
Bible Gateway – Offers a lot of easily accessible translations in multiple languages along with the Reformation Study Bible and other commentaries, dictionaries, and encyclopedias. They also have an iOS app.
NET Bible Learning Environment – Parallel windows between the New English Translation of the Bible and the NASB, Greek, Hebrew, and other helpful articles.
Blue Letter Bible – Has a variety of research tools including an interlinear, cross references, commentaries, dictionaries, and more.
Bible Study Tools – Easy to use and offers a lot of commentaries, notes, and Bible Study aids.
Christian Classics Ethereal Library – Use the Christian classics to study the Bible, including John Calvin and Matthew Henry’s commentaries for free.
Bible Hub – Has many English translations along with Greek, Hebrew, commentaries, dictionaries, sermons, and devotionals.
Olive Tree – A free Bible Study App that offers in-store purchases. It works with the iPad, iPhone, Android, Mac, and Windows.
You Version – Another popular ad-free Bible app that is easy to use and offers daily reading programs and downloadable translations.
Bible.is – The Scriptures in a variety of languages on multiple platforms.
Holy Bible – Easy to use Bible app with highlights and lots of different languages.
E-Sword – Free and easy to use, this download is a great way to study your Bible on a budget.
Bible Works – This tools is for academics wanting to study the original languages on their MACs or PCs.
PC Study Bible – Windows only Bible software.