Just a Tap—Strong’s Tagged Bibles

Posted by on 06/26/2017 in: ,

Understanding the Bible in its original language is only a tap away. Yes—a tap of your finger and you have access to definitions of Hebrew and Greek words. How? Watch this video to learn more about Strong’s Tagged Bibles.

4 Comments

  • Joseph says:

    Cannot view video, continue to get error. Cleared youtube cache but still will not play.

    • Cierra Klatt says:

      Sorry that’s happening, Joseph! I double-checked our links and everything appears to be working fine on our end.

  • Octavio says:

    Hello!

    I’m very grateful that you have provided for us the Strong’s Dictionary.

    I would like to know where can I find the meaning of some additional information, for example if I read Psalm 1:2 and select “meditate” the Strong’s number is h1897 after the definition it appears:

    AV(25) where can I find what does this mean?
    and after meditate 6, mourn 4, … what is the meaning of this numbers?

    Thank you for your support and help.

    • Cierra Klatt says:

      Hey, Octavio! Great question. The numbers following the words you’re seeing are letting you know how many times הָגָה is used in those corresponding ways. So, “meditate 6” means that הָגָה is used 6 times in the Old Testament to refer to “meditate.” By tapping on “search for h1897” you can view all of these instances. Hope this helps!

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