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Blik

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Too many people are going to church without a physical bible, using their phones instead. Lazy culture...
I have physical bibles and e-sword. There are uses for both. I do not see that it makes that much difference whether the word is on a computer or paper, the word is the word. I never imagined that people would judge me if I brought my e-sword to church, I'm amazed.
 

John146

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Jan 13, 2016
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I have physical bibles and e-sword. There are uses for both. I do not see that it makes that much difference whether the word is on a computer or paper, the word is the word. I never imagined that people would judge me if I brought my e-sword to church, I'm amazed.
There's a generation growing up disconnected from the Bible because of technology. They push a button or type the name in and up comes the book of Titus. They have no idea where in the Bible the book is found. Also, a better outward testimony for people to see us walking around with a physical bible. That’s just my take.
 

JaumeJ

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I used to gather Bibles that people had in their homes, they called them extra Bibles. I then passed them out to all who said they would try to read it, only after a long share of the Gospel.

I would always have a Bible with me, redoing it over and over. The version changed from time to time, however when my vision left me to the point I could no longer read the Bible or any other book, the Internet had come along, I had learned enough of it to have Bible software and enlarge the text to where I could make out the words.

I have e-Sword and the Word, both fine Bible tools. I am able yet to read the Word in this manner in several languages but I do always remain on the Foundation, that being when the Father granted me faith and the Holy Spirit.

As most know, if God wants a person to know and understand His message, they wall will.
 

AndyMaleh

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Jun 26, 2020
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I just visited the e-sword website and saw that the Mac version is sold as an app on the Mac App Store unlike the free PC version. That makes me sad. The Bible should always be given for free no matter how advanced the technology it is provided through and how much it costs to package and distribute. One must never make money off of the Bible.