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  1. The Amplified Classic (1987) translation is absolutely profound and allowed me, when I was still just a "believer" (and yet still skeptical) and having some major issues in my life that brought me to my "rock-bottom," where it was just God and me left... I was done with everything and wanted to give up! I happened to have Joyce Meyer's "Everyday Life" Bible which is her notes and breakdown based on the 1987 AMPC Bible. I was considering suicide at that point and (as God works in wonderful and mysterious ways) that night as I was struggling with the choices ahead, "randomly..." Joyce Meyer's TV program came on and I found myself starting to listen more and more... so I asked God/Jesus to come into my heart and life because I was done trying to fix my mess on my own and that if He didn't show up, I was done with it all... proceeded to cry myself to sleep... The next day, I felt a renewed sense of life that was quite unexpected considering the activities of mine from the prior week, so I picked up the AMPC Bible with Joyce's notes for the first time and it truly did help give me a much better understanding of God's Word than any other version I've tried at that point, mostly the NIV and of course was told by many (wrongfully) that the KJV/NKJV is the only viable Bible and the rest are deluded... yet, none of them had the power and amazing understanding that I needed. So, as I began reading it, God/Jesus through the Holy Spirit showed up and I had my first true encounter with Christ Himself, who filled my heart with such an amazing love and peace, I became overwhelmed by the Holy Spirit and started balling my eyes out... Then I knew it was Him and that He truly showed up and that it really wasn't just some "religious experience" and that He came to save me and redeem my life simply because I asked Him to... and He surely did! The AMPC helped me to understand who I am in Christ and what God's Will for my life is and WHO HE IS... Since that day... everything in my life has, over time and while continuing to pursue and nurture my relationship with God, has gotten so much better and I'm truly able to say that I'm walking with Christ now and loving every step of my journey, no matter my circumstances, abased or abounding, I have the joy and peace that God freely bestows on us... I went from nothing to now having a wonderful wife, kids, career that I love and more importantly, living the life God has destined and foreordained for me while walking with Him personally and intimately! I believe others who are struggling like I did, who couldn't seem to understand fully the usual translations in a powerful way, will benefit greatly from this powerfully accurate translation of the original manuscripts that make up God's Word today, the Bible, and will significantly benefit from having the AMPC translation available on your software. It has so much insight to offer that no other translation has so I humbly and earnestly ask to consider making this available on your platform. Thank you so much for your time and consideration! Below are the details of the AMPC translation according to OliveTree.com: "The Amplified Bible, Classic Edition (AMPC) is a distinctive English translation that was made to uncover—in addition to the most precise Greek/Hebrew single word equivalents—the diverse shades of meaning that are a part of words in any language. This allows the reader to become aware of the whole spectrum of what a Hebrew or Greek listener would intuitively know—the whole spectrum of what God wants you to know about Himself. As many—or as few—words as needed are employed to carry a word’s range of original, historical/contextual meaning(s). Footnotes reference the Greek/Hebrew scholars responsible for particular wordings. In and of itself readable and illuminating, the Amplified Bible also works as an exemplary complement to other Bible translations. Text samples Psalm 27:4 One thing have I asked of the Lord, that will I seek, inquire for, and [insistently] require: that I may dwell in the house of the Lord [in His presence] all the days of my life, to behold and gaze upon the beauty [the sweet attractiveness and the delightful loveliness] of the Lord and to meditate, consider, and inquire in His temple. Ephesians 3:20 Now to Him Who, by (in consequence of) the [action of His] power that is at work within us, is able to [carry out His purpose and] do superabundantly, far over and above all that we [dare] ask or think [infinitely beyond our highest prayers, desires, thoughts, hopes, or dreams]— The Amplified Bible Classic Edition © 1987 The Lockman Foundation and Zondervan Publishing House"
  2. I would find it useful to be able to triple-click a verse reference in order to open that reference in my "Study Bibles" saved workspace. Currently, the triple-click is great, but limited to individual resources.
  3. Andrew Nance

    Amplify on iPad.

    Is there a way to change which dictionary instant details amplifies to for a greek/hebrew word? Or just a way to choose what resource to amplify to instead of some preset one?
  4. Timothy Jenney

    #141) Advanced Greek Searches

    Advanced Greek Searches, podcast #141, is up and ready for viewing. Picking up where Basic Greek Searches ended, this podcast covers Searching and Amplifying to Greek Tools, Research in Greek, Search in, and a bit more about using Tags in Greek Searches. Enjoy! https://vimeo.com/168213861
  5. ldeck

    Word Chart filtering

    Hi all, I've read various posts on the forums about exporting words and their definitions (e.g., for use in flash cards) and it's honestly harder than it needs to be. Yes it's possible, but cumbersome for the average user. What puzzles me a little is why the Amplify > Language > Word Chart has no ability to filter the words presented to hit words from the search. Secondly how to hide verse references from it. With these simple features added to it (like the parse window, for example), it would be the ideal tool for exporting tab delimited results. That said, is anyone aware of a work around so that only the hit words that are of interest might be listed alone in the Word Chart rather than every particle? Thanks.
  6. In Logos for iOS, users can highlight and/or anchor notes to paragraphs, verses, and even words. You click and drag a selection of any length, then use the popup options to interact with the text easily. It would be great for ease of use to allow Acc. users a similar feel. As it stands, Acc. On iOS highlight/note interactivity is rather cumbersome and wooden. Also, it would be great to amplify to references linked from pop-over notes on the fly. Lastly, can we please have more formatting options for User Notes on iOS?
  7. When I amplify from the GNT28-T to All Greek (Amplify->Greek Tools->All Greek) I am presented with a series of pops like the one below. The popup references, in order, are "-", "Dictionaries", "-", "-", "-", "-", "All Others", "Commentaries", "Study Bibles & Tools", "Text Notes", "-". The named ones are folders I have created to organize my modules and I suspect the "-" are dividers. I am running Accordance 10.3.3 on OS X 10.9.1.
  8. Since upgrading from iOS 4.3.3 to iOS 7 (two versions of iOS 7, now using iOS 7.0.3), I have been unable to amplify KJVS or NASB (1995) and receive the error message, "This entry was not found in any of the tools or texts requested." If I use ESVi, ESVS, or NKJVS, these amplify okay. Is this a bug, or a settings issue? If the latter, please advise as to how to "request" te appropriate tools or texts. Thank you!
  9. Just upgraded to version 10 and am still trying to figure out the new interface. I used to be able to select a greek word > amplify to BDAG > filter by reference so I could quickly find out whether the reference in question was cited in the BDAG article. How do you filter in the same way in this new interface? Thanks BWD
  10. I am on iOS 6.0.1, Accordance 1.5.3, iPod Touch 4G. From 1 Samuel 27:8 in the NIV-G/K module I selected the word "Amalekites" and did an Amplify Word on it. I was taken to the entry for "Mount of the Amalekites" instead of the entry for "Amalekites." The up and down arrows at the bottom of the page were not grayed out but did not take me to any other entries dealing with Amalekites. My default dictionary is the Holman Dictionary.
  11. Timothy Jenney

    #67) Smart Amplify-Analysis

    [intermediate] Accordance 9.5.2's new "smart amplify" from analysis makes a great tool even better. Locate all occurrences of any form instantly. Search any resource directly right from the analysis pane. This episode clearly demonstrates some of the advantages of English key number Bibles over regular Bibles—and the advantage of grammatically tagged original language texts. Take your research to the next level! Check it out:
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