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Free Resource Friday

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The Story Of Jesus As Told By His Friend John is the the Gospel of John put into contemporary English and told as a first-person account. Where John uses the pronoun “we/us/our” he is referring to himself and the other disciples. Let John be your narrator. He was there when it all happened and will tell you the story in his own words.

 

Find this great title to read in the in-app store of The Bible Study App!

Don’t have The Bible Study App? Get it here!

 

Exclusive Giveaway!

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Now thru April 21 we are giving away the ESV Bible with Strong’s tagging for free!

The ESV with Strong’s allows you to instantly access the Hebrew or Greek word behind the English translation with a simple tap. It’s an outstanding resource for deeper word study and for a limited time it’s free to users of The Bible Study App!

Tap the image below to go to our special giveaway page and add the ESV with Strong’s to your account.

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Free Video Downloads

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Through the end of the month you can download the following videos for free to use in your church gathering, small group, or ministry. Click the video to preview and the link to go to the download page.

Download a Prayer for the Church here!

 

 

 Download Missing the Boat here!

 

Also check out the video Blessed.

Free Video Download

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Through the end of the month our friends at www.videosforyouth.com have this video illustration available as a free download.

A simple parable about evangelism, this mini-movie takes a light-hearted look at a heavy subject. Based on Romans 10:14.


To download this video go here!

 

Free Resource Friday

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The SBL Greek New Testament is another great Free book to add to your study library!

The SBL Greek New Testament differs from the standard text in more than 540 variation units. The existence of an alternative critically edited text will help to remind readers of the Greek New Testament that the text-critical task is not finished. Moreover, by reminding readers of the continuing need to pay attention to the variant readings preserved in the textual tradition, it may also serve to draw attention to a fuller understanding of the goal of New Testament textual criticism: both identifying the earliest text and also studying all the variant readings for the light they shed on how particular individuals and faith communities adopted, used, and sometimes altered the texts that they read, studied, and transmitted.

 

Find this title in the in-app store of the Bible Study App or go here for download instructions.

 

You can also go HERE to check out other Hebrew and Greek resources for use within The Bible Study App.

Free Resource Friday

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Today we wanted to highlight a great FREE resource from Pastor John Piper who also uses The Bible Study App from Olive Tree. Here’s what he says about The Bible Study App by Olive Tree:

“Olive Tree BibleReader is my default mobile Bible. I use it for devotions every day, usually from my iPad… The split window lets me keep a Greek and Hebrew window open as I read, and the pop-up lexicons fill in the gaps in my memory. The copy-and-paste features let me copy and paste easily to Twitter if I want to create a tweet out of something moving from my devotions.”
“Never before has the Bible been so easily accessible. Go there over and over again through the day. It is the voice of God.”
-John PiperJohn Piper Sermons

You can download and read over 1200 sermons spanning 20+ years of Pastor John Piper’s ministry find them in the store of the Bible Study App or get download directions by clicking here!

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