Both WORDsearch 10 and WORDsearch Basic include a built-in word processor to help you with your studies.
1 John 3:19 This then is how we know that we belong to the truth, and how we set our hearts at rest in his presence whenever our hearts condemn us. For God is greater than our hearts, and he knows everything.
College Press NIV Commentary: Our love helps us to know whether we belong to the truth. John tells us that when we know that our hearts condemn us, our love is insufficient. Since God is greater than our hearts, then he can know who we are and what we are. Let us not try to deceive God by having only a “love with words or tongue.” God knows our hearts. We can set our hearts at rest in his presence if we are obedient to his command. We know that we “belong to the truth” when our consciences are at ease in his presence.
Hey WORDsearch users! This week’s Quick Tip is short and sweet, but so helpful for saving time when using the program. Did you know the WORDsearch desktop program has its own keyboard shortcuts? Keyboard shortcuts are keys you can press on your keyboard to do something that would otherwise require using a mouse.
Happy Free Friday everyone! Today’s free download, usually $14.95, is Ancient Wisdom by James MacDonald.
…let’s not get bogged down in the world’s wisdom. You’ll hear it spouted on afternoon talk shows, at the gym, at the hair place, or on prime-time. Seek after God’s wisdom alone, because it’s absolutely essential to life. I like to define wisdom this way: Wisdom is the best choice with the best result in every situation. If we build within our heart a passion for wisdom, a hunger and thirst for godly perspective and understanding, we will become increasingly wise—not because we’re so smart, but because we’re acting as God wants us to…Get wisdom. “Whatever else you get,” make sure this pursuit comes first, learning from God, learning from wise followers of Christ, learning and putting God’s wisdom into practice.
Have you ever been studying in a passage and stumble upon a word or phrase in the text that you would like to know what your other books have to say about it? WORDsearch has a feature called SpeedSearch to help you quickly pause in your reading to search for that term in your other books.
Simply right-click on the word, or select a phrase, and then right-click in your selection. You have the choice of searching in the current book, all the books in the same Library category, the entire Library, or all books you have open on the desktop. Your current book will stay open and your results will open in another window. This can be useful when you are creating a sermon or lesson and want to study a specific word.
There’s this week’s Quick Tip! How often does SpeedSearch help you out? Share with us in the comments!