SwordSearcher Bible Software

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SwordSearcher benefits you by giving you the tools to search, study, and read the Bible quickly. It includes several commentaries, dictionaries, topical guides, maps, charts, and illustrations; it is far more than just a computer Bible concordance. It offers unique and powerful study features that are easily accessed and used with an intuitive interface, ideal for both devotional and in-depth study. Perhaps best of all, the SwordSearcher program was created by King James Bible believing men for King James Bible believing men, making for the kind of Bible Software that you would expect from The KJV Store.

Bible search instantly: You will find Bible verses instantaneously, immediately seeing every verse you are looking for with any given word, group of words, or phrase.

Instantly find all relevant study material by verse reference: You will research references on a Bible verse or passage quickly, because SwordSearcher's library is indexed by Bible verse. All you do is tell SwordSearcher's Verse Guide the verse or passage you need indexed, and instantly you will have every entry in each book, topical guide, dictionary, or commentary that references that verse.

Know what is available at a glance: Create your own commentaries and books: store your personal study notes, Bible studies, and topical studies. Verses you type are automatically linked to Scripture, and all of your own notes can be instantly searched. You will see at a glance the available reference material for each verse, because SwordSearcher displays links to relevant reference material next to each verse.

Easily share Bible verses in email or other documents: You will improve your productivity by allowing SwordSearcher to copy Bible verses into your documents for you. Whether you are writing a letter in Word or composing an email, inserting the text of a verse is just a few key presses away.

SwordSearcher is designed by Bible Believers for Bible Believers. The primary purpose of SwordSearcher is to improve Bible study and to help the Christian:

"Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth." -2 Timothy 2:15, KJV.

What's on the CD-Rom:

Bible Texts:

- King James Version
- King James Version with Strong's Lexicon Links Each English word is linked to Strong's definitions for Hebrew and Greek words.
- King James 1611 Edition The 1611 edition retaining original spellings.
- Wycliffe Translation The first complete English translation ever made, by John Wycliffe. Completed in 1382 and revised in 1388, taken from an 1850 printing retaining the original form of English used.
- Tyndale Translation The first English New Testament translated from Greek by William Tyndale. Also includes Tyndale's translation of the Pentateuch and Jonah. Retains the original form of English used.
- Geneva Bible Another early translation that was a precursor to the KJV.
- Bishops Bible Published in 1568.
- American Standard Version - John Darby's Translation
- World English Bible
- Young's Literal Translation
- King James 2000
- Textus Receptus module now includes Ben Chayyim Hebrew Old Testament text. New Testament text is Scrivener Greek New Testament with Stephens variants indicated in footnotes.
- Critical Greek New Testament Greek New Testament, Wescott & Hort 1881 edition with NA27/UBS4 variants as footnotes, included for comparison purposes.

Foreign Language Bible Pack: NEW

- Arabic: Smith and Van Dyke Arabic Bible (1865)
- Chinese: Union Translation (Traditional) (1919)
- Danish Bibelen (1871/1819)
- Dutch: Statenvertaling (1637)
- Finnish Biblia (1776)
- French: Louis Segond (1910)
- German: Luther Bible (1912)
- Italian: Giovanni Diodati Bibbia (1649)
- Portuguese: Almeida Atualizada
- Russian: Synodal Translation (1876)
- Spanish: Reina Valera Gomez (2004)
- Spanish: Reina Valera (1909)
- Swedish: Carl XII Biblia (1873)
- Thai: Thai Bible KJV (2003)


- American Tract Society Dictionary of the Holy Bible
- M.G. Easton's Bible Dictionary Third edition.: Includes 277 maps and illustrations.
- Fausset's Bible Dictionary: By the co-author of the Jamieson-Fausset-Brown commentary, Andrew Robert Fausset.
- Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary
- International Standard Bible Encyclopedia: One of the largest Bible encyclopedias.
- The King James Bible Companion: Defines over 500 words as used in the King James Bible.
- Noah Webster's 1828 American Dictionary of the English Language: Over 60,000 word definitions, frequently using Scripture as examples. Far more useful in Bible study then more recent editions.
- Smith's Bible Dictionary: The complete work as prepared by William Smith. "Every subject, place and event mentioned in the Bible-- carefully identified and accurately defined."
- Strong's Hebrew and Greek Lexicons: James Strong's popular lexicon of Hebrew and Greek. Used in connection with the KJVSL SwordSearcher Bible text, linking each definition to the English words.


- Rightly Dividing the Word: Including 55 charts and illustrations. Clarence Larkin, 1920.
- Osborn's Biblical History: H. S. Osborn's Classbook of Biblical History and Geography. Bounds on Prayer Necessity of Prayer, Essentials of Prayer, Reality of Prayer, Purpose in Prayer, Weapon of Prayer, Power of Prayer, and Prayer and Praying Men. By Edward M. Bounds (1835-1913).
- Charles Finney's Systematic Theology: Lectures by Charles Finney
- Crowned With Glory: The Bible from Ancient Text to Authorized Version, by Dr. Thomas Holland. Traces the history of the Bible from inspiration to translation.
- Spurgeon Sermons: Over 700 sermons preached by C.H. Spurgeon.
- Fox's Book of Martyrs: The classic work chronicling slain believers throughout the history of the Church. Edited by William Byron Forbush.
- Sir Robert Anderson, Coming Prince, The Forgotten Truths Gospel and its Ministry, The Lord from Heaven, The Redemption Truths Silence of God, The Types in Hebrews
- John Calvin, Great Preaching of the Faith


- John S. C. Abbott and Jacob Abbott's Commentary on the New Testament
- Albert Barnes' Notes on the New and Old Testaments: By Albert Barnes, published 1832-72.
- William Burkitt's Expository Notes on the New Testament: By William Burkitt, 1703. Adam Clarke's Commentary on the Bible By Adam Clarke, 1826.
- John Darby's Chapter Synopses: A commentary focusing on each chapter, rather than each individual verse, of the Bible. By John Nelson Darby.
- Family Bible Notes
- Geneva Bible Footnotes: Commentary from the 1599 edition of the Geneva Bible.
- Jamieson-Fausset-Brown Commentary: Robert Jamieson, A. R. Fausset, and David Brown; Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible, 1871.
- Keil and Delitzsch Old Testament Commentary: By Karl Keil and Franz Delitzsch, 1866.
- Lightfoot's commentary on the Gospels: Gospel commentaries in From the Talmud and Hebraica by John Lightfoot.
- Matthew Henry's Whole Bible Commentary: The entire commentary by Matthew Henry.
- Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary: Matthew Henry's smaller devotional commentary.
- Newell's Romans, Verse by Verse
- The People's New Testament Commentary: New Testament Explanatory Notes by B. W. Johnson. (Published originally in two volumes, 1889 and 1891.)
- Matthew Poole's Commentary on the Holy Bible: English Annotations on the Holy Bible, by Matthew Poole, 1685.
- C.H. Spurgeon's Morning and Evening Devotional: Quite possibly the best daily devotional ever published, by C. H. Spurgeon.
- Scofield Reference Bible Notes: Published in 1917, C. I. Scofield's commentary on the Bible.
- The Fourfold Gospel and Commentary on Acts: McGarvey and Pendleton's Gospel commentaries, and J.W. McGarvey's commentary on Acts.
- C.H. Spurgeon's Treasury of David: C. H. Spurgeon's mammoth two-volume commentary on the Psalms, unabridged version.
- Treasury of Scripture Knowledge: 500,000+ cross-references, specially designed for understanding the Biblical usage of words.
- A. T. Robertson's New Testament Word Pictures
- John Wesley's Bible Notes: By John Wesley.
- John Gill's Exposition of the Bible commentary.
- Clarence Larkin's commentary on Daniel and Revelation.
- An Interpretation of the English Bible by B. H. Carroll
- MacLaren's Expositions of Holy Scripture

Topical Bible Guides:

- Condensed Biblical Cyclopedia A. S. Johnson, 1896. "Designed for those who have but little time for study."
- Thompson Chain Topics: Possibly the most popular topical Bible ever published.
- Nave's Topical Bible
- R.A. Torrey's New Topical Textbook
- Chronologies and Harmonies book module.

Maps and Illustrations:

- 30 Color Maps: From J. L. Hurlbut's Historical Geography of the Bible.
- 100+ Illustrations by Clarence Larkin, Included with Rightly Dividing the Word and Larkin's Commentaries on Daniel and Revelation.
- 277 Maps and Illustrations from Easton's Illustrated Bible Dictionary: Included with the text of the third edition of Illustrated Bible Dictionary.

System Compatability:

SwordSearcher Requires Windows XP, 2000,Vista or Windows 7. Requires a minimum of 20 MB Hard drive space and 128 MB RAM. There is no Mac or Linux version of SwordSearcher, but both of these platforms have software which allows Windows programs to be used, so you may want to try that.


The Swordsearcher software also includes One Book Rightly Divided. This book proves that there is a right and wrong way to study the Bible. The right way: Bible study God's way using God's method of study through rightly dividing the word of truth. Dispensational theology and dispensational premillennialism remain the only means for grasping the truths of God's word. 

This book along with the 6-hour DVD teaching series was ten years in the making and finally available for those who love God and love His word. Dr. Stauffer teaches 14 chapters of this book in “Changed by the Book.” Gone are the days of being tossed to and fro by man's opinions and being further confused by teachers of false doctrines. After examining this series, you will read and study your Bible with a renewed zeal and confidence. By applying these principles to your Bible study, others will be shocked by your grasp of the Bible. Before long, the student in turn becomes the teacher...to God be the glory!

Each of the Bible studies uses the King James Version of the Bible to prove the pre-tribulation rapture and the correct dispensational teaching while refuting the pre-wrath prophecy teachings. While considering the whole counsel of God, 2 Timothy 2:15 serves as the primary Bible study focus. There are many Bible study methods, but if you truly want to learn the Bible, this study will help assist you in ways that others have failed. Buy the book or the DVD set on this website direct from the author at a discount. 

Every Bible student should study God's word from a Bible believing perspective using the King James only. Remember how important it is to rightly divide the word of truth (KJV only) and study the Bible God's way. 

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