While this page is still under construction, it’s final form may be taking shape.
Right now, I’m putting the newest modules at the top of this list (just below the
opening paragraphs). Further down you’ll find the rest of the “DDT MySword Library”
catalogued by module type utilizing a rough Dewey Decimal organization that approximates
the layout of the rest of the site. Click right here to jump to the “DDT MySword
What is MySword? Well, it is the equivalent of eSword/theWord for Android software.
So, if you have a smartphone or tablet computer powered with Android software, then
MySword is for you. I have MySword installed on my phone; it works quite well. Of
course, the price was right (free)! I don’t do any studying on my phone; but I certainly
understand how one could read during “down time”.
Unless noted, all of these modules are “.bok.mybible” MySword modules. They are all
.zipped. You’ll need to unzip the module to your computer, and then transfer over
the unzipped module from your computer to your MySword app.
If you use eSword or theWord, the modules on this page will not work on your system.
The rest of the site is for you.
What’s New -- MySword
Nothing new at this tie. Check back later for other new
Lamb & Lion - “Can... Rapture be Found in 2Th 2:3?” MyS
G. Campbel Morgan - “The Analyzed Bible: ...Romans” MyS
William Pettingill - “Simple Studies in Thessalonians Through Philemon”
GENERAL EPISTLES & HEBREWS
Samuel J. Porter - “12 Gemmed Crown (Hebrews)” MyS
Arnold Fruchtenbaum - “The Use of the OT in the Book of Revelation” MyS
NOTE: Includes a companion “FruchtenbaumOTRev.xrefs.twm” module (Thanks, Jon, for
making this xrefs module!!). It is a cross reference module of the major OT verses
quoted or alluded to in the Book of Revelation. Helpful! Unzip it to your desktop,
then move it to this folder on your device: “Mysword/mydata”. Then go to Mysword’s
“preferences” section to choose “Fruchtenbaum...” as your set of cross references.
R. Gromacki - “Revelation 20: A Premillennial Analysis” MyS
Patrick Wyett (Rapture Ready) - “A Primer on Islam” MyS
NOTE: Mr. Wyett is very accurate, and very graphic, as to the true nature of Islam.
Those looking for a “politically correct” summation of Islam should probably bypass
this module. If you’re looking for something succinct and accurate, though, this
CHRISTIAN LIVING & SERVICE
BIBLE STUDY (HERMENEUTICS)
Earl Radmacher - “The Nature & Result of Literal Interpretation” MyS
Gardiner Spring - “Distinguishing Traits... Christian Character” MyS
^R.A. Torrey - “Pocket Guide for Christian Workers” MyS
E.M. Bounds - All 8 Volume Collection on Prayer MyS
NOTE: This file is “TSK Xrefs.xrefs.twm”. Unzip it to your desktop, then move it
to this folder on your device: “Mysword/mydata”. Then go to Mysword’s “preferences”
section to choose “TSK...” as your set of cross references.