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  1. Is there a simple way to a word frequency search on a specific passage yielding word counts for each word in that passage, and which words are most repeated? If so, please help. Thank you ahead of time. Brian
  2. Timothy Jenney

    #171) Walk Worthy

    [Accordance 12.2.8: Study} Morphologically Coded Highlights and Greek Diagrams can both help identify the underlying structure of the Greek text. In this podcast Dr. J uses both to exegete the purpose clause of Col. 1:9-12. What did Paul mean when he asked the Colossian Christians to "walk worthy" of their faith? https://www.accordancebible.com/Walk-Worthy
  3. Timothy Jenney

    #103) Bless the Lord!

    [Accordance 10: Study] Psalm 103 is a paean of praise to God for all his blessings, past and present. In this podcast, Dr. J walks us through a step-by-step exegesis of this psalm, showing how to move from an initial reading to a final sermon or Bible study. Mingling personal insights with those from the best of the commentaries available in Accordance, Dr. J digs into the passage to mine its depths of meaning. http://youtu.be/6Za3SaLpDfI
  4. Timothy Jenney

    #104) Thinking Contextually

    [Accordance 10: Methods] The best way to study a verse in the Bible is to learn to think contextually. Consider a verse's context: the paragraph in which it is found, the section in which it appears, and the book in which it is embedded. Good tools, like Bible outlines and Introductions, can help us see the big picture. Thinking contextually helps us avoid errors in interpretation, as Dr. J shows us in this podcast, using the three parables of Luke 15 as an example.
  5. Hello All, I was wondering if anyone knew of a blog or podcast that regularly (daily or weekly) makes posts showing or discussing the exegesis of Greek or Hebrew texts? I would like to read or listen to something like this to keep me excited about delving into the biblical languages. Any suggestions would be appreciated! Thanks!
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