Each download contains two files. eSword: the two eS files are .topx files. They
are all 63 volumes of sermons divided amongst the two files. The sermons are filed
alphanumerically by Bible reference. So, you’ll find 1Chronicles first, 1Kings second,
1Samuel third, then Amos, etc. Volume 1 is the OT (plus a few sermons from Matthew),
while Volume 2 is the NT (minus a few sermons from Matthew that are in Volume 1).
TheWord: the two word modules are a .gbk module that contains all of the sermons
organized canonically (Genesis first, Revelation last), and a .cmt file that serves
as an index. Every verse mentioned in all 63 volumes is clickable in the commentary
index. The TW version is absolutely priceless in its implementation. The TW version
is really the finest implementation of Spurgeon’s sermons possible with computer
technology. Hyperbole? Try it for yourself, and see what you think.
^Gordon Watt - “The Meaning of the Cross” eSTW -6/15
H.P. Liddon - “The Old Testament Messianic Hope” eSTW -6/14
Lamb & Lion Ministries - “Revival of the Hebrew Language” eS10TW -6/12
^Daniel Whedon - “Commentary on the Bible” (14 Vols) (Methodist) eSTW -6/11
^Robert Candlish - “Paul’s Epistle to the Ephesians” TW -6/10
Floyd Hitchcock - “The March of Empires” (Daniel) eSTW -**UPDATED 6/10
UPDATE: This module has been nicely reformatted for TW. eSword users need not re-download.
^George Noble - “625 New Bible Stories and Illustrations” eS10TW -5/10
(NOTE: This reminds me a lot of “Knight’s Illustrations”, etc., that many bible preachers
are already familiar with. I’d be willing to go out on a limb and suggest that Knight
modeled his works after Noble. Interesting reading.)
^James Stalker - “How to Study the Bible” eSTW -4/22
^John G. Mitchell - “Let’s Revel in Ephesians” eSTW -4/19
What’s New - Newest Modules
To Download: “eSworders” should click the “eS” after the module title; “The Worders”
should click the “TW” after the module title. The download will start automatically.
e-Sword - Unless otherwise mentioned, “eS” downloads are in .topx format and should
be extracted to your “...Program Files(...)/e-Sword” folder.
The WORD - Unless otherwise mentioned, “TW” downloads are in .gbk.twm/.twm format
and should be extracted to “c:\ProgramData\The Word\Books” folder.
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