Even though I usually visit Bible Hub to access Scriptures quickly, I still keep an eye out for other sites which have great online Bible resources. Study Light recently grabbed my attention for the amazing range of resources they have on offer.
Study Light has more than a range of Bibles and commentaries, they have:
- Bible reading plans and progress charts
- Devotionals from popular authors such as Charles Spurgeon, Selwyn Huges, A.W. Tozer and Oswald Chambers
- Bible Maps
- Historical Resources from many points in history including BC (including Edersheim and Josephus – by the way, I refuse to compromise by using BCE, sorry, not sorry); A.D. including the Early Church Fathers, Foxe’s Book or Martyrs and more; plus many books on church history, including the history of various denominations.
- There are pastoral resources ranging from quotes and illustrations to use in church bulletins, to sermon illustrations.
- Original language tools in Hebrew, Greek and Aramaic.
- News from the Christian post.
- Audio teachings.
- Articles and daily reflections on the Word.
- Lots of commentaries, concordances, dictionaries and encyclopaedias… plus the odd Bible or two, actually, a giant drop-down list of them!
- And you can even choose which colour you want the site to appear in.
- Plus a cartoon!
Needless to say, I bookmarked it pretty fast.
Please, go and help yourself, then pass the word on.