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Strong's Exhaustive Concordance

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Author: James Strong, S.T.D., L.L.D.

"Showing Every Word in the Entire Bible, Every Time That They Appear; Listed in Alphabetical Order"

Also With:

"Dictionaries of the Hebrew and Greek Words of the Original, With References To The English Words"

Part I: How To Find A Particular Verse In The Bible

...Comment from The Prayer Foundation :

What is a Concordance?  It lists words used in the Bible, in alphabetical order.  

So if you want to find a particular verse in the Bible, if you remember a particular word in that verse you can look up that word, and find the verse that you are looking for.  

For instance, You want to find the verse where Jesus says, "I am the bread of life."  

You look up in the Concordance, the word "bread."  It lists in Bible Book and Verse order, all the verses that contain the word, "bread."  You just go down the list until you find the verse, 

"And Jesus said unto them: I am the bread of life, he that cometh to me shall not hunger, and he that believeth in me shall not thirst." -John 6:35

The problem with most Concordances, is that they are not complete.  You look up the word that you remember, but it's not listed!

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance is a complete Concordance.  It contains every word in the Bible, every time it appears (except for a few words like: "a", and "the").  

If in your Bible study or Christian life you find yourself wanting to know where a particular Bible Verse is located in the Bible, then we recommend that you get a copy of Strong's Exhaustive Concordance.

Part II: How To Look Up A Word In The Bible, Find Out What The Original Greek or Hebrew Word Was, and Find Out What It Means (Without Knowing Any Greek or Hebrew!)

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use a Greek-English or Hebrew-Chaldee (Aramaic) lexicon or concordance?  

First, begin with Strong's Exhaustive Concordance, which was designed for those who do not know these languages.  

Look up in the Concordance any word in the King James Version of the Bible, determine its code number, then locate the code number in the Hebrew or Greek dictionary in the back of the concordance, and read the definition of the word that lies behind the English word. 

 ...for those who know no Greek or Hebrew, there are limitless possibilities for accurate, thorough, and fruitful word studies.

The dictionaries in Strong's are not exhaustive.  However, that problem has been alleviated by placing in the margins of classic Hebrew and Greek lexicons, concordances, and a synonym collection, the code number assigned by Strong. 

No longer does one have to depend on Strong's brief definitions.  The code number allows direct access to the same dictionaries and other reference works formerly used only by Hebrew and Greek scholars.  

Even for those who know no Greek or Hebrew, there are limitless possibilities for accurate, thorough, and fruitful word studies. _____________________________

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