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Bible Gateway, part of HarperCollins Christian Publishing, is the most visited Christian website. Founded in 1993, it's the original multilingual Internet Bible resource. It empowers global users to freely read, hear, search, study, compare, and share the Bible in more than 200 versions and 70 languages, using their desktops, laptops, tablets, ereaders, or smartphones.

Bible Gateway’s engagement features include a daily blog, more than 60 email devotions, verses-of-the-day, & reading plans, a mobile website and app, audio Bibles, video interviews, Bible reading plans, Bible reference books, shareable widgets, advanced search tools, the Blogger Grid blogging network, retail store, and Bookperk discount program.

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This site handles 95% of my online bible searching.
It is intuitive and powerful. For just about anything short of specific Greek, Hebrew or Aramaic word analysis, this will handle your questions and searching needs.

(Aside: check out www.studylight.org for language analysis)

Any specific word or phrase can be searched, and then narrowed down with useful filters.

I teach sunday school for 4th graders and get extensive use in my prep-time and even in class on occasion. But it is also useful in my personal study.

I can't recommend it highly enough.

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