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Free Resource Friday

Free ESV DownloadThe Bible Study App by Olive Tree Bible Software has been a valuable resource for people from all walks of life and from countries across the world for over a dozen years! Providing not just a great Bible reading experience but also access to thousands of great Bible study resources, The Bible Study App (formerly called BibleReader) has been downloaded and used by over 7 million people.


King JamesToday we highlight over 50 free Bibles that are available for download to use in The Bible Study App. Once downloaded they can be used without a wifi connection and just like a paper Bible you can highlight, make notes, bookmark, and more.

Go here to see the free Bibles available!
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Free Resource Friday

HitchcockThis Friday we highlight Hitchcock’s Bible Names Dictionary as a free download for The Bible Study App!

This dictionary lists the meanings of most of the Hebrew names that appear in the Bible (over 2,500). Though first published in 1869, Hitchcock’s scholarship of the Hebrew language still measures up to contemporary standards. In fact, biblical linguists to this day are undecided about the meaning of the few words Hitchcock did not include. This work can prove an invaluable resource for anyone who wishes to study Scripture or the Hebrew language more deeply.

Find it in-app or go HERE for download instructions!


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Free Resource Friday!

John RC Sproul

Today you can download a great commentary on the Gospel of John by R.C. Sproul for use in The Bible Study App!

In John, the second volume in the St. Andrew’s Expositional Commentary series, Dr. Sproul deals with major themes in his easily understandable style. Readers will find invaluable insights into the goals John had in writing his Gospel, the background for Jesus’ time, and the meanings of some of John’s most difficult passages. This introduction to the Gospel of John is packed with insights and exhortations that will draw the reader closer to the Savior and encourage him or her to a greater depth of love and devotion to Him.


Find it in the in-app store on your device or go here to add it to your account.

Free Resource Friday…

…and Saturday, Sunday, Monday. Names of God

Now through the weekend you can get the Olive Tree Names of God Dictionary for free to use within The Bible Study App!

The Names of God Dictionary presents the most significant divine names found in the Bible. Organized for easy navigation, this resource groups names by the Old and New Testaments as well as by types of names and each Person of the Trinity. Detailed exposition of each name covers the original meanings in Hebrew and Greek, relevant cultural context, and cross-references within Scripture.

Get this title by going HERE or searching for it in the in-app store.

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Free Resource Friday!

For this weeks Free Resource Friday we highlight Necessity of Prayer, by E.M. Bounds to read within The Bible Study App. Necessity of Prayer

In this classic eBook on prayer, author E. M. Bounds paints a clear and complete picture of The Necessity of Prayer. The book’s fourteen chapters develop the relationship between prayer and faith, trust, desire, fervency, importunity, character, conduct, obedience, vigilance, the Word of God, and the House of God. Concerning Bounds’ unceasing burden for prayer, Claude Chilton, Jr. wrote, “He prayed because the needs of the world were upon him. He prayed for long years, upon subjects which the easy-going Christian rarely gives a thought, and for objects which men of less thought and faith are always ready to call impossible.” It is difficult to read one chapter of a book by E. M. Bounds without being impressed with the overwhelming need for prayer in this world and with the great privilege believers have in being able to approach with boldness the throne of grace and to take God at His word.

You can download this eBook for free by looking it up in the in-app store of The Bible Study App or go HERE for download instructions!


EM BoundsEdward McKendree (E. M.) Bounds (1835-1913) As a young adult, Bounds was ignited by a great revival, and left his legal practice to serve the Lord, becoming an ordained Methodist Episcopal preacher. Shocked by atrocities committed against his countrymen by the invading Union Army during the Civil War, Bounds peacefully refused to sign an oath of allegiance to the Union and was sent to prison, where he continued his ministry among the inmates. Eventually released and sent away, he became a Confederate chaplain on the front lines, praying for his men within sight of them as they fought. After a full year of intense public intercession from Bounds and the surviving men of Franklin, the demoralized town experienced revival. The tireless compassion of this man, who would spend hours each day in intercessory prayer, continued to the end of his life. W. H. Hodge, who was mostly responsible for the publication of E. M. Bounds’ books, developed an intimate friendship with the prayer warrior: “At last,” he said, “I have found a man that really prays. I shall never let him go. He drew me to him with hooks of steel.”


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Free Resource Friday

Select Practical Writing of John KnoxFor this weeks Free Resource Friday we highlight Select Practical Writings, by John Knox to read within The Bible Study App.

The Select Practical Writings of John Knox includes sermons, epistles to his brethren in Scotland and letters to family members, all written with the zeal that John Knox had for the pursuit of truth and his boldness in proclaiming the truth of Christ throughout his life.
You can download this eBook for free by looking it up in the in-app store of The Bible Study App or go HERE for download instructions!

John Knox

John Knox was a Scottish clergyman and a leader of the Protestant Reformation who brought reformation to the church in Scotland during the 16th Century. Knox is considered the founder of the Presbyterian denomination in Scotland


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