Daily Bible

Daily Bible

By Cross Forward Consulting, LLC

  • Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2010-12-22
  • Current Version: 1.0
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 2.53 MB
  • Developer: Cross Forward Consulting, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 10.6 or later.
Score: 4
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From 44 Ratings

Description

*FREE for New Years Day* Read through the Bible using one of 3 great daily plans. If your New Year's resolution is to finally get through the whole Bible in a year, this app is for you! The app provides you with your passages appointed for each day. Plus, you can easily jump back a few days to catch up if you missed a few. The app uses the Authorized King James Version (KJV) of the Bible, perhaps the most trusted and widely respected versions in the English language. Includes three great reading plans: - Straight Through. (Genesis to Revelation) - Straight Through, New Testament First. (Matthew - Revelation, Genesis - Malachi) - M'Cheyne Plan Based on the beloved family reading plan created by the 19th century Scottish pastor, Robert Murray M'Cheyne.

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Reviews

  • missing several books

    1
    By Eric Randal
    so I was reading along with my audio bible why is it that my reviews never show up on here this application stinks it is missing several books and you can toggle foreward and backwards for years yes I meant years as the date changes with every click so I searched both forwards and backwards for the Book of RUTH incomplete CORINTHIANS incomplete Thessalonians incomplete JAMES incomplete and when I offered my comment and mentioned the better BIBLE STUDY APPILICATION so don’t just read and delete me I have real insight... if this application was complete it would be great but it’s not so it stinks.
  • Pretty Good App

    4
    By zgibson
    This is a good app. I'm on the read the bible in a year setup, and im in 1 thesalonians and the problem is that there is more than on chapter to this book. Where are the other chapters? It only shows chapter one. It does this for several other book of the new testament. Please fix it.
  • I like the convenience of having it on my mac

    4
    By APYRE
    I read the bible every day, but sometimes I run out of time. I like that I can bring up a different reading every day, and I can start with the old or new testament. I agree with others who have commented that I wish there were other versions like NRV. I have several bibles and I like comparing the different translations. It is easier to read the newer translations than King James, but sometimes I like the wording of the King James. Also I like the ability to highlight certain paragraphs as I go it makes it easier to read.
  • Great app

    4
    By jonathan647373884
    There is no Second Corinthians, and i wish you could go to a specific place. Other than that is great.
  • You cant use this to look up bible verses

    2
    By crwoo222
    you cant use this app to look up bible verses. you have to follow the daily readings
  • Amazing!

    5
    By thecreepyitalian
    There are days that i forget to read my bible, or i will just not know what to read. this is really helpfull, thanks!!!
  • It works

    3
    By Daryl C Yost
    It works for what it is. Just a Bible Application. Would give it another star IF it let me search for a passage or had more features to get to a certain passage.
  • Great Bible App

    4
    By George0fTheJungle
    Its a great Bible app and the reading plan is an awesome idea. I just wish I could increase the font size and change fonts. Also a popup reminder for the daily reading, like on the mobile app, would be nice.
  • Very Readable Very Important How Incomplete?

    3
    By Bing GDKey
    This app has a very clean simple interface. I downloaded it more for superstitious reasons, just feeling the need to have a bible on my mac as I have already read it 4 times in the last quarter century. This bible doesn't claim to be a reference bible, but I found I can use it as such by holding the curser over the advance buttton and clicking away. It takes 1-2 minutes to get from beginning to end that way and thats what I'll have to do until I can find a good reference bible. Macsword was sporadically problematic and the kindle offerings are limited (no RSV), and flaky judging by the commentary. Why this is so is kind of a mystery. Perhaps high tech cultural relativism and absolute truth assertions don't mix too well. I highy recommend reading the entire bible to anyone for at least a philosophical reference point. I would also recommend preparing yourself by reading some older english like Chaucer (hilarious) and/or Shakespeare (if you can stomach it) so that the KJV language won't be a distraction. It is humbling to find that there is basically nothing new in current human experience - with truths useful now and key to your eternal future, truths that might be missing in this app.
  • What happened to James?

    4
    By Dominique2009
    I realized while reading James that it did not have the rest of the book, only the first chapter. It brings me to wonder if any other chapters are missing.

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