You probably think I’m kidding or dreaming. I’m not. These works are all available
Once upon a time, Bible software was moving towards a universal platform called STEP. Several publishers agreed to work together for the good of the consumer and publish all of their digital Bible study materials in this platform. That way, you could use one engine (say, Parsons Quickverse) and purchase material for it from a different source (say, Lifeway). It was a beautiful concept. Unfortunately, it was rather short lived.
But you can also use any STEP materials -
Sometime back, I purchased a few STEP resources and have successfully used them with
I have three collections up for sale.
I have The Warren Wiersbe BE Collection from the 2005 version of QuickVerse. It includes
every one of Wiersbe’s BE commentaries except for Song of Solomon, Lamentations,
and Psalms. It also includes both the OT & NT Volumes of Wiersbe’s excellent Expository
I also have Frank E. Gaebelein’s 12 Volume Expositor’s Bible Commentary. This commentary
set is considered a modern classic, and an essential addition to any expositor’s
library. This digital set is complete -
Finally, I also have most of John MacArthur’s The MacArthur New Testament Commentary
set. This set is not his outlines, nor any of his minor works on parts of the NT
books. These are his magnus opus New Testament Commentaries. While this digital set
is not complete, it does include the bulk of the NT, including these titles: Matt
After I receive payment via Paypal, I will put your disk(s) in the mail within 48 hours. I will accept payment by check, but will withhold mailing the disks for 7 days to give time for your check to clear.