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1 Utilizing the Blue Letter Bible Use a mouse click or the arrow keys on your keyboard to advance to the next slide.

2 Let's take a look at the Blue Letter Bible and a few of its basic features. The web address is The screen default Bible version is the King James Bible of Modern translations are available on the website as well. This is the home page of the Blue Letter Bible. Let's take a look at the Blue Letter Bible and a few of its basic features. The web address is The screen default Bible version is the King James Bible of Modern translations are available on the website as well. This is the home page of the Blue Letter Bible. UTILIZING THE BLUE LETTER BIBLE: Slide 2 of 18

3 Notice the full search functions on this opening page. The student may use the drop down menus or type in the reference desired. There is also a search engine for finding a word or a phrase in the Bible. Click on “Go to Verse” Notice the full search functions on this opening page. The student may use the drop down menus or type in the reference desired. There is also a search engine for finding a word or a phrase in the Bible. Click on “Go to Verse” UTILIZING THE BLUE LETTER BIBLE: Slide 3 of 18

4 Notice the Navigation bar at the top of the page. If you selected the wrong passage, or want to scroll through prior or next chapters, select the button you need. You can also select a different version of the Bible to read, by clicking on the drop down menu next to “Read / Print Other Versions.” The King James Version is the default version. Notice the Navigation bar at the top of the page. If you selected the wrong passage, or want to scroll through prior or next chapters, select the button you need. You can also select a different version of the Bible to read, by clicking on the drop down menu next to “Read / Print Other Versions.” The King James Version is the default version. UTILIZING THE BLUE LETTER BIBLE: Slide 4 of 18

5 What I particularly like are the selection buttons next to each verse. K is for the Treasury of Scripture Knowledge. This resource contains cross references for the words and phrases of the verse you are studying. What I particularly like are the selection buttons next to each verse. K is for the Treasury of Scripture Knowledge. This resource contains cross references for the words and phrases of the verse you are studying. UTILIZING THE BLUE LETTER BIBLE: Slide 5 of 18

6 This is a sample of the information you can get from the Treasury of Scripture Knowledge. Notice that most of the related verses refer to anger at mercy being shown to others, which was Jonah’s problem in chapter four. This is a sample of the information you can get from the Treasury of Scripture Knowledge. Notice that most of the related verses refer to anger at mercy being shown to others, which was Jonah’s problem in chapter four. UTILIZING THE BLUE LETTER BIBLE: Slide 6 of 18

7 C is for the Concordance and Hebrew and Greek Lexicon. This resource contains the words used in this verse in the original Hebrew or Greek. It also contains the Greek translation of the Hebrew Old Testament. UTILIZING THE BLUE LETTER BIBLE: Slide 7 of 18

8 If your computer does not have Hebrew and Greek fonts installed, this page may not display properly. Notice that the entire verse is shown in Hebrew. Every word is shown with its equivalent Strong’s index number, the Hebrew root form of the word, and, in the case of verbs, the tense. If you click on the Strong’s number, the definition of the word will be displayed. If your computer does not have Hebrew and Greek fonts installed, this page may not display properly. Notice that the entire verse is shown in Hebrew. Every word is shown with its equivalent Strong’s index number, the Hebrew root form of the word, and, in the case of verbs, the tense. If you click on the Strong’s number, the definition of the word will be displayed. UTILIZING THE BLUE LETTER BIBLE: Slide 8 of 18

9 L is for the “List Audio, Study Tools and Commentaries” selection. UTILIZING THE BLUE LETTER BIBLE: Slide 9 of 18

10 This resource contains a listing of all commentaries, sermons and study guides for the passage selected. UTILIZING THE BLUE LETTER BIBLE: Slide 10 of 18

11 The button with the musical note is for hymns, images and maps. UTILIZING THE BLUE LETTER BIBLE: Slide 11 of 18

12 This is a great resource for worship planning; a list of hymns and famous art work relating to the theme of the passage being studied. This is a great resource for worship planning; a list of hymns and famous art work relating to the theme of the passage being studied. UTILIZING THE BLUE LETTER BIBLE: Slide 12 of 18

13 When you click on a hymn, it gives you the source information, a MIDI file, a link to obtain the musical score, and the lyrics. When you click on a hymn, it gives you the source information, a MIDI file, a link to obtain the musical score, and the lyrics. UTILIZING THE BLUE LETTER BIBLE: Slide 13 of 18

14 V is for Versions and Translations. UTILIZING THE BLUE LETTER BIBLE: Slide 14 of 18

15 Notice that this gives you the rendering of the verse in the available translations and versions. UTILIZING THE BLUE LETTER BIBLE: Slide 15 of 18

16 D is for Dictionary Aids. UTILIZING THE BLUE LETTER BIBLE: Slide 16 of 18

17 When you check the drop down menu provided for this option, you get a list of all the available dictionary entries for topics related to the passage, as well as Thematic Study Guides. This is one great resource! UTILIZING THE BLUE LETTER BIBLE: Slide 17 of 18

18 One last feature I need to mention is the listing of the maps of Bible lands. When you click on the menu button for Images and Maps, you are given the option to view Old Testament or New Testament maps. These are all indexed by historical reference, which is very helpful. UTILIZING THE BLUE LETTER BIBLE: Slide 18 of 18


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