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« on: February 18, 2007, 08:09:56 PM »

 Hello Mr. Smith,
> First off let me say how pleased and inspired I am with your Lake of
> Fire series. For me it is some of the best writings concerning God's
> word that I've ever read. I thank God and I thank you for making this
> available to us all. My question is simple. In your writings you refer
> to many different sources and translations. As a avid student of
> scripture I was wondering in your opinion as to what would be the best
> sources for any Greek/English study guides? Meaning as far as
> concordance, translations etc.. I remember somewhere in your writings
> where you spoke about a Greek/English concordance that you recommended.
> Could you please tell me what you would suggest? Thank you so much and
> may God continue to bless you!
Dear Kevin:
I use a Nelson #1755 King James Bible for study and teaching.
I also recommend: The Concordant Literal Translation, Rotherham's Emphasized Bible,
and The Emphatic Diaglott.
Get e-Sword for you computer, and/or Strong's Expanded Exhaustive Concordance,
and Wigram's The Englishman's Hebrew and Greek Concordances.
And maybe a good Bible Dictionary. (I don't know of a good one, so just buy one).
That's all you need.
God be with you,
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