Oh do I have good news for you MySword users! This is hot off the press (hat tip
to BibleSupport user “exscentric”) -
The just released version of MySword (version 11.1) now uses both eSword modules
and theWord modules! No more conversions! No more renaming files! Just drag and drop.
Read my blog post here.
Or just go to their web page and check out the details yourself!
Are you a Kindle user?
If you’re like me, you prefer a Kindle device to a smartphone for reading. The Kindle
screen size is just better in every way to the smartphone. Well, I’m going to start
adding Kindle links to the resources here at DDT.
Visit my Kindle page here. (Check out the Kindle link above in the black DDT travel
bar. It will always be there.)
I have just published my first book. It is based on a series of sermons I preached
at my church back in 2015 from The Song of Solomon and entitled “The Greatest Song
Ever Written is a Love Song.” It is available immediately as a $5 purchase for both
theWord Bible software and Kindle from Amazon.com.
Buy “The Greatest Song Ever Written is a Love Song” for TW.
Buy “The Greatest Song Ever Written is a Love Song” for KIN.
Read the review of “The Greatest Song Ever Written...” here!
The number one reason you should be using a Kindle device might be very surprising
to you. On the other hand, the number one reason you should be using a Kindle device
shouldn’t really surprise you at all. Ready?
The number one reason you should be using a Kindle device is this:
(Click here to read The #1 Reason You Should Use a Kindle Reading Device!)
John MacArthur’s New Testament Commentaries are fabulous reference works for all
conservatively evangelical preachers and teachers. So are Warren Wiersbe’s BE Commentaries
for both the Old and New Testaments. And Frank E. Gaebelein has edited what has become
a modern standard in the 12 Volume Expositor’s Bible Commentary.
And did you know that these works can be accessed using eSword? Yes, it is really
true. The bulk of MacArthur’s NT Commentaries, almost all of Wiersbe’s BE Commentaries,
and every one of the 12 volumes of Gaebelein’s Expositor’s Bible Commentary can be
used with eSword.
Are you interested? Click here to find out how.