LeatherTouch Study Bibles – Almost Sold Out

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Last week, we offered a rare sale on physical, Holman LeatherTouch Study Bibles. In case you missed it, this sale included three Bible translations, each with two different sizes: personal and large print. The personal size retails for $59.99 and the large print for $89.99, but you can get them from us for $34.95 and $49.95, respectively. Each Bible includes free shipping and a free digital edition.

Why Should I Buy a LeatherTouch Bible from WORDsearch?
  • The best prices offered anywhere
  • Each Bible has a lifetime guarantee (if it ever falls apart, we’ll replace it with a brand new one)
  • Printed on a special “coated” Bible paper so they can be full color
  • LeatherTouch has the look & feel of real leather
  • 15,000 study notes
  • Maps, charts & study notes on the same page as the Bible text
  • Outlines, overviews, timelines & amazing graphics
  • Free shipping and free digital edition to use in WORDsearch on desktop and mobile device
Aftebibles_kjvr just one week, we have sold out of the HCSB Bibles, but still have a few KJV and NKJV Bibles. Hurry, before all these beautiful Bibles are gone! Read more about these Bibles over on our website.

Saturday’s Roundup

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Please tell me when you’ll have the Word Biblical Commentary!” Well folks, it’s here! This whole week here at WORDsearch was focused on getting the WBC released and out to you, and we are so grateful for your patience! In case you missed it, here are some more details, along with what else you might have missed this week.

The Word Biblical Commentary – Unmatched Level of Precise Scholarship

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Quick Tip – Using Strong’s Numbers

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First of all, what are Strong’s Numbers?

Strong’s Numbers were prepared by Dr. James Strong and a team of scholars for over 35 years. With the numbering system tied to a particular word in English, the average lay-person can easily study the meanings of the Greek and Hebrew words. First published in 1890, this tool is still used today by pastors, scholars and laymen alike for nearly a century. They have become the standard for identifying  words linked to the original Greek and Hebrew words.

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