e-Sword - Unless otherwise mentioned, these “eS” downloads should be extracted to
your “C:\...\Program Files\e-Sword” folder.
All of the modules listed here at DDT.com we consider to be “the cream of the crop”
when it comes to eSword modules. You’ll find these Bible study modules will rightly
exposit God’s Word and build your faith. Modules marked with ** are outstanding,
and should be used by all students of God’s Word.
Modules marked with ^ are offsite links to files not made by our “Merry Little Band”
of module builders. The editing, formatting, and general Quality Control may not
be the best, but the content of the modules themselves will be rather excellent.
We’re quite pleased to be able to link to these files for your convenience.
Modules listed in green are “premium” or “pay” modules. They are listed here because
1) I think they are of considerable value; and 2) your purchase of them through DDT
gives us a small commission to offset site expenses. If you’ve like to help with
a small gift, buy these premium modules through us, and it won’t cost you any extra.
For other sites dedicated to the distribution of free Bible study modules, go to
the “Favorite Links” page.
NOTE: These are TW .xrefs. They allow you to see the cross-references right in the
Bible view - just like an old fashioned study Bible. Awesome! If you’re not sure
how to utilize this feature, read my blog post about it. A very grateful “thank you”
to JPG for building this beauty.
Harmony Modules for e-Sword
**William Day Crockett - "Harmony of Samuel, Kings & Chronicles" eS
NOTE: for a primer on this particular file, click here. eSword 9.8 was released with
Rick's own "Crockett" harmony file. eSword only displays one resource if multiple
resources have the same tab name. So we've changed our tab name to "CrockettDDT"
(even though ours was available first....)
“cxc” from forum.theword.net built this plan from his church’s program - which is
very aggressive indeed! This reading (basically) takes you through the OT twice a
year, the NT 5 times a year, Proverbs monthly, and Psalms monthly. It’s about 13-14
chapters every day. While not for everyone, some will enjoy it - and preachers very
well could profit from it!