One of the best ways to interpret Scripture is by using Scripture, or in other words, using cross-references. In the Bible there are around 340,000 cross-references (OpenBible.info) that can help you explore the unity and common themes between the Old and New Testaments. On top of biblical cross-referencing, WORDsearch can help you explore your entire library to find mentions of the verse you are looking for to help you build out a sermon or lesson.
Sometimes books are updated or fixed. To get the latest version of your book, you will need to check for book updates. You can see what books have been updated and why here. WORDsearch will automatically check for book updates when you open the program. You can change how often the automatic update checks happen or disable them in Internet Settings.
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A commentary on Bible poetry and wisdom requires unique scholarship. This week, we were excited to release to you one such commentary made specifically for ministers, teachers, and seminary students – The Baker Commentary on the Old Testament Wisdom and Psalms. Baker sought the expertise of four top theologians who specialize in this field, and give special attention to the poetic structure and literary devices of Old Testament Scripture.
The Verse List window creates verse-based outlines. With it, you can create topical studies, lessons, or even sermon outlines. You can organize verses by including named section headings. Sections can be expanded or collapsed. When a section is collapsed, you see only the section heading, not the verses for that section. Verses do not have to be in Bible order. You can attach notes to any section heading or verse.
You can look up word definitions in any of your dictionaries, or even several websites, by using the Word Definition window. To access it, right-click on the word you want to look up from the book you are reading, and choose “Definition for” from the pop-up menu, and the Word Definition window will appear on your screen opened to the definition of that word.