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THIS MASSIVE BOOK OF VOLUME 1 HAS MANY NEW FEATURES:•USING THE CODING FROM THE ORIGINAL BOOK, WE HAVE REARRANGED BDB BY STRONG NUMBER REFERENCES•EASY NAVIGATION WITH TABLE OF CONTENTS OF EACH STRONG NUMBER AND ENGLISH HEADERS•HEBREW WORD WITH POINTINGS AND ENGLISH TRANSLATION WITH PHONIC SPELLING•GRAMMAR TOOLS TO SHOW ITS ROOT MEANING ALONG WITH PARTS OF SPEECH•BDB PAGE NUMBER ALONG WITH TWOT PAGE LOCATION•STRONG DEFINITION IN OUTLINE FORMAT•BDB: UNABRIDGED BROWN DRIVER AND BRIGGS HEBREW-ENGLISH LEXICON WITH ARAMAIC DEFINITIONS•OVER 160,000 cross references have been checked and corrected from Hebrew verse numbering which are not the verse numbering used in our English Bibles. Also the incorrect typo errors of cross references in the book have been corrected.STRONG: Strong’s Numbers are an index of every word in the original Hebrew and Greek texts of the Bible. Each Strong’s Number links the English meaning of biblical words back to the original meanings in the Hebrew and Greek manuscripts. Each word in the concordance links to an English definition in an exchange of concepts that helps you understand not just the definition but in many cases, the cultural context from which the word originated. The English language is complex and a single word can have several different meanings. Strong’s Concordance shows us which of those meanings is correct. This is why the use of Strong’s Numbers is still important when referring to scholarly works and in any theological discussion. Strong’s Numbers are sometimes misinterpreted by those without adequate training to change the Bible from its accurate meaning simply by taking the words out of cultural context. The use of Strong’s numbers does not consider figures of speech, metaphors, idioms, common phrases, cultural references, references to historical events, or alternate meanings used by those of the time period to express their thoughts in their own language at the time. Professionals and amateurs alike must consult a number of contextual tools to reconstruct these cultural backgrounds. This is why we need Brown, Driver and Briggs Hebrew-Lexicon to dig deeper into the meaning of each Hebrew word in its textual setting.BDB: A trio of eminent Old Testament scholars, Francis Brown, R. Driver, and Charles Briggs, spent over twenty years researching, writing, and preparing this lexicon. Since it first appeared in the early part of the twentieth century, BDB has been considered the finest and most comprehensive Hebrew lexicon available to the English-speaking student. Based upon the classic work of Wilhelm Gesenius, the “father of modern. Hebrew lexicography,” BDB gives not only dictionary definitions for each word, but relates each word to its Old Testament usage and categorizes its nuances of meaning. BDB’s exhaustive coverage of Old Testament Hebrew words, as well as its unparalleled usage of cognate languages and the wealth of background sources consulted and quoted, render BDB and invaluable resource for all students of the Bible.

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THIS MASSIVE BOOK OF VOLUME 1 HAS MANY NEW FEATURES:•USING THE CODING FROM THE ORIGINAL BOOK, WE HAVE REARRANGED BDB BY STRONG NUMBER REFERENCES•EASY NAVIGATION WITH TABLE OF CONTENTS OF EACH STRONG NUMBER AND ENGLISH HEADERS•HEBREW WORD WITH POINTINGS AND ENGLISH TRANSLATION WITH PHONIC SPELLING•GRAMMAR TOOLS TO SHOW ITS ROOT MEANING ALONG WITH PARTS OF SPEECH•BDB PAGE NUMBER ALONG WITH TWOT PAGE LOCATION•STRONG DEFINITION IN OUTLINE FORMAT•BDB: UNABRIDGED BROWN DRIVER AND BRIGGS HEBREW-ENGLISH LEXICON WITH ARAMAIC DEFINITIONS•OVER 160,000 cross references have been checked and corrected from Hebrew verse numbering which are not the verse numbering used in our English Bibles. Also the incorrect typo errors of cross references in the book have been corrected.STRONG: Strong’s Numbers are an index of every word in the original Hebrew and Greek texts of the Bible. Each Strong’s Number links the English meaning of biblical words back to the original meanings in the Hebrew and Greek manuscripts. Each word in the concordance links to an English definition in an exchange of concepts that helps you understand not just the definition but in many cases, the cultural context from which the word originated. The English language is complex and a single word can have several different meanings. Strong’s Concordance shows us which of those meanings is correct. This is why the use of Strong’s Numbers is still important when referring to scholarly works and in any theological discussion. Strong’s Numbers are sometimes misinterpreted by those without adequate training to change the Bible from its accurate meaning simply by taking the words out of cultural context. The use of Strong’s numbers does not consider figures of speech, metaphors, idioms, common phrases, cultural references, references to historical events, or alternate meanings used by those of the time period to express their thoughts in their own language at the time. Professionals and amateurs alike must consult a number of contextual tools to reconstruct these cultural backgrounds. This is why we need Brown, Driver and Briggs Hebrew-Lexicon to dig deeper into the meaning of each Hebrew word in its textual setting.BDB: A trio of eminent Old Testament scholars, Francis Brown, R. Driver, and Charles Briggs, spent over twenty years researching, writing, and preparing this lexicon. Since it first appeared in the early part of the twentieth century, BDB has been considered the finest and most comprehensive Hebrew lexicon available to the English-speaking student. Based upon the classic work of Wilhelm Gesenius, the “father of modern. Hebrew lexicography,” BDB gives not only dictionary definitions for each word, but relates each word to its Old Testament usage and categorizes its nuances of meaning. BDB’s exhaustive coverage of Old Testament Hebrew words, as well as its unparalleled usage of cognate languages and the wealth of background sources consulted and quoted, render BDB and invaluable resource for all students of the Bible.

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Strong Exhaustive Concordance with Brown, Driver & Briggs Lexicon Combined: Volume 1 Strong number 1-3962

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THIS MASSIVE BOOK OF VOLUME 1 HAS MANY NEW FEATURES:•USING THE CODING FROM THE ORIGINAL BOOK, WE HAVE REARRANGED BDB BY STRONG NUMBER REFERENCES•EASY NAVIGATION WITH TABLE OF CONTENTS OF EACH STRONG NUMBER AND ENGLISH HEADERS•HEBREW WORD WITH POINTINGS AND ENGLISH TRANSLATION WITH PHONIC SPELLING•GRAMMAR TOOLS TO SHOW ITS ROOT MEANING ALONG WITH PARTS OF SPEECH•BDB PAGE NUMBER ALONG WITH TWOT PAGE LOCATION•STRONG DEFINITION IN OUTLINE FORMAT•BDB: UNABRIDGED BROWN DRIVER AND BRIGGS HEBREW-ENGLISH LEXICON WITH ARAMAIC DEFINITIONS•OVER 160,000 cross references have been checked and corrected from Hebrew verse numbering which are not the verse numbering used in our English Bibles. Also the incorrect typo errors of cross references in the book have been corrected.STRONG: Strong’s Numbers are an index of every word in the original Hebrew and Greek texts of the Bible. Each Strong’s Number links the English meaning of biblical words back to the original meanings in the Hebrew and Greek manuscripts. Each word in the concordance links to an English definition in an exchange of concepts that helps you understand not just the definition but in many cases, the cultural context from which the word originated. The English language is complex and a single word can have several different meanings. Strong’s Concordance shows us which of those meanings is correct. This is why the use of Strong’s Numbers is still important when referring to scholarly works and in any theological discussion. Strong’s Numbers are sometimes misinterpreted by those without adequate training to change the Bible from its accurate meaning simply by taking the words out of cultural context. The use of Strong’s numbers does not consider figures of speech, metaphors, idioms, common phrases, cultural references, references to historical events, or alternate meanings used by those of the time period to express their thoughts in their own language at the time. Professionals and amateurs alike must consult a number of contextual tools to reconstruct these cultural backgrounds. This is why we need Brown, Driver and Briggs Hebrew-Lexicon to dig deeper into the meaning of each Hebrew word in its textual setting.BDB: A trio of eminent Old Testament scholars, Francis Brown, R. Driver, and Charles Briggs, spent over twenty years researching, writing, and preparing this lexicon. Since it first appeared in the early part of the twentieth century, BDB has been considered the finest and most comprehensive Hebrew lexicon available to the English-speaking student. Based upon the classic work of Wilhelm Gesenius, the “father of modern. Hebrew lexicography,” BDB gives not only dictionary definitions for each word, but relates each word to its Old Testament usage and categorizes its nuances of meaning. BDB’s exhaustive coverage of Old Testament Hebrew words, as well as its unparalleled usage of cognate languages and the wealth of background sources consulted and quoted, render BDB and invaluable resource for all students of the Bible.

Strong Exhaustive Concordance with Brown, Driver & Briggs Lexicon Combined: Volume 1 Strong number 1-3962

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THIS MASSIVE BOOK OF VOLUME 1 HAS MANY NEW FEATURES:•USING THE CODING FROM THE ORIGINAL BOOK, WE HAVE REARRANGED BDB BY STRONG NUMBER REFERENCES•EASY NAVIGATION WITH TABLE OF CONTENTS OF EACH STRONG NUMBER AND ENGLISH HEADERS•HEBREW WORD WITH POINTINGS AND ENGLISH TRANSLATION WITH PHONIC SPELLING•GRAMMAR TOOLS TO SHOW ITS ROOT MEANING ALONG WITH PARTS OF SPEECH•BDB PAGE NUMBER ALONG WITH TWOT PAGE LOCATION•STRONG DEFINITION IN OUTLINE FORMAT•BDB: UNABRIDGED BROWN DRIVER AND BRIGGS HEBREW-ENGLISH LEXICON WITH ARAMAIC DEFINITIONS•OVER 160,000 cross references have been checked and corrected from Hebrew verse numbering which are not the verse numbering used in our English Bibles. Also the incorrect typo errors of cross references in the book have been corrected.STRONG: Strong’s Numbers are an index of every word in the original Hebrew and Greek texts of the Bible. Each Strong’s Number links the English meaning of biblical words back to the original meanings in the Hebrew and Greek manuscripts. Each word in the concordance links to an English definition in an exchange of concepts that helps you understand not just the definition but in many cases, the cultural context from which the word originated. The English language is complex and a single word can have several different meanings. Strong’s Concordance shows us which of those meanings is correct. This is why the use of Strong’s Numbers is still important when referring to scholarly works and in any theological discussion. Strong’s Numbers are sometimes misinterpreted by those without adequate training to change the Bible from its accurate meaning simply by taking the words out of cultural context. The use of Strong’s numbers does not consider figures of speech, metaphors, idioms, common phrases, cultural references, references to historical events, or alternate meanings used by those of the time period to express their thoughts in their own language at the time. Professionals and amateurs alike must consult a number of contextual tools to reconstruct these cultural backgrounds. This is why we need Brown, Driver and Briggs Hebrew-Lexicon to dig deeper into the meaning of each Hebrew word in its textual setting.BDB: A trio of eminent Old Testament scholars, Francis Brown, R. Driver, and Charles Briggs, spent over twenty years researching, writing, and preparing this lexicon. Since it first appeared in the early part of the twentieth century, BDB has been considered the finest and most comprehensive Hebrew lexicon available to the English-speaking student. Based upon the classic work of Wilhelm Gesenius, the “father of modern. Hebrew lexicography,” BDB gives not only dictionary definitions for each word, but relates each word to its Old Testament usage and categorizes its nuances of meaning. BDB’s exhaustive coverage of Old Testament Hebrew words, as well as its unparalleled usage of cognate languages and the wealth of background sources consulted and quoted, render BDB and invaluable resource for all students of the Bible.