Strong's Concordance with KJV

Strong's Concordance with KJV

By Bible App Labs LLC

  • Category: Book
  • Release Date: 2014-10-19
  • Current Version: 7.12.8
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 110.16 MB
  • Developer: Bible App Labs LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
Score: 5
From 619 Ratings


James Strong, former professor of exegetical theology at Drew Theological Seminary, spent more than thirty-five years preparing his landmark concordance. First published in 1890 with the help of more than one hundred colleagues, Strong's remains the most widely used concordance and dictionary of Bible words from the King James Version of the Bible. This updated edition of Strong's Exhaustive Concordance takes James Strong's monumental work and updates it to be even more useful to the modern reader. It maintains all of the features that have made Strong's indispensable for over 100 years: - Allows the reader to easily find all biblical occurrences of a word in the King James Version - Points the reader to the underlying Hebrew and Greek words - Uses the Strong's numbering system which is used in many of the new study tools of today And adds new features that make it even more useful: - Corrected, updated, and expanded using the latest computing search tools - Extra-clear font and page design make this edition readable and easy to navigate - Updated and improved Hebrew and Greek dictionaries tie each word to the Greek or Hebrew root - Discover the Hebrew and Greek words underlying the KJV English using the Strong's numbering system - Use the updated Hebrew and Greek dictionaries to find brief definitions of each word of the original languages Go beyond mere searches for lost verses and hone your skills by utilizing this tool's more advanced features. Find every occurrence of any word in the King James Version Bible. Only the words not likely to be used in locating a passage have been eliminated (words such as should, those, and when) or condensed to include only the important occurrences (words such as bring, day, and might). Students of the Bible utilize the wealth of resources offered in Strong's ranging from doing word and thematic studies to probing the deeper meanings embedded in the original languages of the Bible.



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  • Such a great tool for understanding better Gods Word

    By Richard Nygaard
    With so many translations a concordance is a must have tool to help ensure an accurate understanding of Gods Word. 2 Timothy 2:15, there is a right way and a wrong way in understanding Bible verses Strongs Concordance allows me to see what words the original authors used in each verse, then in Strongs Conc the definition of that word originally used is show, Koine Greek for the NT. The thing about Koine Greek is that very shortly after the NT was written Koine Greek was going away not being used any longer. The fact that the language pretty much stopped being used means that words and their meanings didn’t change because it was not being actively used by groups of people. So for instance if US English did this in the last 40 years gay in 1950’s was a term for happy. Today it almost always used as a term for homosexuality. Which would cause a problem for understanding written text a thousand years from now for people in the distant future. But for Koine Greek this wouldn’t be an issue the language stopped changing making it easy to check up on those who translated the original manuscripts into other languages. This is why the Strongs Concordance is so useful and important when studying the Bible.