12 Days of Christmas – Day 8
By using The Bible Study App’s cross references enhanced for the resource guide, you’ll save tons of time and effort. No longer will you have to leave your original text to search for a reference. All your content will be at your fingertips!
Here’s how we’ve enhanced these resources (screenshots are from the Windows Desktop App. Click for a larger view):
Bring up your preferred Bible translation in the main window. (I have the English Standard Version open to Titus 1:5 in this example.) Click the split window button at the top right of the screen.
Click and hold to adjust the split window to your desired size. Next, click “Tools & Notes” to see the drop-down menu and choose “resource guide.” Please note that the split window opens to the last place that you had viewed, so if you were last in the library, the screen will default back to the library.
If you scroll a little further down the split window, you’ll find the “Related Verses” section. Since I have the Treasury of Scripture Knowledge (TSK) downloaded to my PC, The Bible Study App has found cross references relevant to the Titus passage we are studying.
In our example, you’ll see that there are 44 related verses in the TSK from the Titus 1:5-16 passage we’re studying. By clicking on the TSK book cover, you can then view each set of cross references that correspond to each individual verse from our passage in Titus.
You can click the reference in the TSK and view it as a popup, or even split it out into a new window without leaving your original text. This feature alone will save you hours. Clicking the cross references for “Crete” in this example, I can see where the book of Acts references Crete.
As you can see, having the Treasury of Scripture Knowledge (TSK) cross references in The Bible Study App will help you broaden your biblical understanding quickly and easily.
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