In the book of John (12:26) Jesus said, “If any man is my servant, let him come after me; and where I am, there will my servant be. If any man becomes my servant, my Father will give him honour.”.
I am a servant of Jesus Christ and I know there are many readers out there that are with me; however, I also know there are many who have never chanced reading the Bible (the word) or will not express their Christian stand or beliefs in fear of losing praises of men. As a matter of fact, I may lose readers here due to my stand on this and for professing the reflection of my faith.
If you are looking to take the chance in something that will change your way and outlook on life, a good start is by reading the Bible. I know many people have tried reading the Bible and get lost in the readings and translations. I know, I am one… I struggle with it, wrestle with it, and put it down; but, then something clicks and I get consumed by reading it.
Recently, I went on the hunt for a good online Bible and Bible Study app to help me bridge the gaps that I was experiencing. What I found was simply phenomenal and has become a daily focal point for me. It is called Biblos .
Biblos is an excellent online cloud computing bible study source that is comparable to some of the commercial Bible Study software that you install on your PC. The good here is that it is FREE and there is nothing to install. Everything you need is there from the various translated versions of the Bible to the numerous languages which the Bible is available. It is a one stop Bible resource for Bible Study, Original Language Tools, Gospels and numerous Study Resources. There is even a mobile (smartphone) version of Biblos available.
Biblos, the Greek word for book and the first word of the New Testament, is a root of “Bible” in English and many other languages, including “Bibel” in German and “Biblia” in Latin and Spanish.
1) Increase the visibility and accessibility of the Scriptures online.
2) Provide free access to Bible study tools in many languages.
3) Promote the Gospel of Christ through the learning, study and application of God’s word.