2015 My Favorite Free resources for Bible Study.
Favorite Free resources for Bible Study
- My favorite “Read through the Bible in a year” plan. The AWMI Bible Reading plan.pdf. This plan was amazingly fresh and new. It seemed that many of the nuggets from the daily reading were directly related to the circumstances of 2015. It was quite a year and it was very neat to have that perfect word for the situation of the day. It is also broken down in easy to read segments. Read the Old Testament in the morning and the New Testament at night or both in the same sitting.
- Bible.is Various dramatic and non-dramatic audio versions of the Bible some with text to follow along as you listen to the scriptures being read.
- BibleGateway.com Another free resource for audio Bibles and text to follow.
- e – Sword: This is an amazing resource for Bible Study. Various downloadable versions of the Bible in a platform to maximize learning. Also available is a Cd to purchase. Free modules of Commentaries, Dictionaries, maps, you name it there is a module available. They also have copyright protected versions available for purchase from the various publishers. If there ever was a Wal-Mart or Target for all things Bible e-Sword is it. They also have a lite version available for purchase in the app store.
- YouTube.com This website is filled with messages from Bible Teachers all over the world living and passed on. Every denomination is represented and all you have to do is type in a name and see what videos are posted. Almost all of the current ministries have videos.
- Itunes Itunes is similar to YouTube except you can save audio clips and subscribe to your favorite Bible Teachers and Preachers. You must set up an Itunes account first and have it installed on your computer either PC or Apple. Then you can subscribe to broadcasts and go to your own Bible School listening to the teachers you prefer and the subjects you are inspired to learn.
- Honorable mention: iTBN another free resource for Bible Teachers, Preachers, and Evangelists. It is not as user friendly as YouTube and ITunes and you cannot create a playlist. They do have a mini tutorial at the website. Please be sure to watch it. If you know the exact spelling of the minister/ministry or program name the search box is very helpful. If you do not know the exact spelling the best way to find teaching is to go the People tab and go through the alphabetical list of names and click on the names you know and trust for accurate Biblical teaching.
That’s all I can think of at the moment. Regardless what minister/ministry you listen to for Bible Study, ALWAYS – ALWAYS – ALWAYS double check what is said with the Bible for accuracy.