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#1 bluecat

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Posted 12 December 2019 - 11:01 AM

Hi, is there anyway the data from http://www.purebiblesearch.com/ can get made into a Bible module or maybe a commentary module, so for example:

 

Gen 1: In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth

 

Would be 

 

Gen 1: In (Bi.1-Bk.1-C.1-V.1) the (Bi.2-Bk.2-C.2-V.2) beginning (Bi.3-Bk.3-C.3-V.3) God (Bi.4-Bk.4-C.4-V.4) created (Bi.5-Bk.5-C.5-V.5) the (Bi.6-Bk.6-C.6-V.6) heaven (Bi.7-Bk.7-C.7-V.7) and (Bi.8-Bk.8-C.8-V.8) the (Bi.9-Bk.9-C.9-V.9) earth. (Bi.10-Bk.10-C.10-V.10)

 

and another verse in the new testament would be

 

Mat 1: The (Bi.610282-N.1-Bk.1-C.1-V.1) book (Bi.610283-N.2-Bk.2-C.2-V.2) of (Bi.610284-N.3-Bk.3-C.3-V.3) the (Bi.610285-N.4-Bk.4-C.4-V.4) generation (Bi.610286-N.5-Bk.5-C.5-V.5) of (Bi.610287-NT.6-Bk.6-C.6-V.6) Jesus (Bi.610288-N.7-Bk.7-C.7-V.7) Christ, (Bi.610289-N.8-Bk.8-C.8-V.8) the (Bi.610290-N.9-Bk.9-C.9-V.9) son (Bi.610291-N.10-Bk.10-C.10-V.10) of (Bi.610292-N.11-Bk.11-C.11-V.11) David, (Bi.610293-N.12-Bk.12-C.12-V.12) the (Bi.610294-N.13-Bk.13-C.13-V.13) son (Bi.610295-N.14-Bk.14-C.14-V.14) of (Bi.610296-N.15-Bk.15-C.15-V.15) Abraham. (Bi.610297-N.16-Bk.16-C.16-V.16)

 

Bi = position of word in Bible

Bk = position of word in book

C = position of word in chapter

V = position of word in verse

N = position of word in new testament

 

Or perhaps this could be done from scratch, if there is a program that can assign a number next to each word in a text file?

 

There is some very interesting information to be found out with the word positions and it would be great to see this on my tablet via the MySword app

 

I will share a couple of findings...

 

Gen 3:8 And they heard the voice of the LORD God walking in the garden in the cool of the day: and Adam and his wife hid themselves from the presence of the LORD God (1666th word of the Bible) amongst the trees of the garden.

 

The second occurrence of "God" in Gen 3:8 is the 1666th word of the Bible, which is very appropriate, because when Adam/Eve took of the fruit it left them as a god unto themselves (Gen 3:22) that which is true is now perverted by an opposing mind (Rom 8:7, Titus 1:15) a false god is born (2th 2:4), notice God says in verse 11 "Who told thee that was naked?" in response to Adam saying "i heard thy voice" here we see the beginnings of conscience, having the knowledge of good and evil which is determined by ones self (Isa 5:20-21) rather than what God's Spirit reveals (Act 11:8-9, Deu 1:39) God's Spirit sets us free from self as god.

 

Rev 21:5 And he that sat upon the throne said, Behold, I make all (789666th word of Bible) things new. And he said unto me, Write: for these words are true and faithful.

 

The word "all" in Rev 21:5 is the 789666th word of Bible. God (the true God Rev 21:3) is saying here that He will take "all" things and make them new (1Jn 2:7-8) which will result in true and faithful words, not true and faithful before because we interpreted/perverted them rather than God's Spirit interpreting to us (Joh 6:63 spirit not flesh Joh 1:14). What is "all things" This ties in with John 1:2-3

 

"The same was in the beginning with God. 3 All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made."

 

The Word which is God (Joh 1:1) is with the reader (false god 2Th 2:4, Gen 3:22) who first has a mind of flesh (Rom 8:6-8) and so will naturally not see the Word as the true living God sees His Word (1Co 2:11, Jer 23:36) which is spirit and not flesh. His worldview inner understanding of the Word will be populated from His interpretation of the Word, "all things" will be filtered through his defiled mind of flesh (Joh 1:14) "all things" must be made anew.

 

Notice it says "not any thing made that was made" because the works of God "all things" was finished at the very beginning (Heb 4:3, Gen 2:1-3) we must come to the end of our wisdom (go to the cross) and let Him take over interpreting His Word to us via His Holy Spirit, it is the little children who get into the kingdom of heaven, the promised land (Deu 1:39, Mat 18:3).

 

John 10:34-35 "Jesus answered them, Is it not written in your law, I said, Ye are gods?  {35} If he called them gods, unto whom the word of God came, and the scripture cannot be broken;"

 

As long as we rule by deciding good and evil aside from what is revealed by God's Holy Spirit, then we are under our own law as a ruler/god which governs what is what "he called them gods, unto whom the word of God came" and all things that we made through our interpretation will have to be made new by the true living God.

 

Thanks for any help.


Edited by bluecat, 12 December 2019 - 11:14 AM.


#2 Tj Higgins

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Posted 12 December 2019 - 11:43 AM

Hi, is there anyway the data from http://www.purebiblesearch.com/ can get made into a Bible module or maybe a commentary module, so for example:

 

Gen 1: In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth

 

Would be 

 

Gen 1: In (Bi.1-Bk.1-C.1-V.1) the (Bi.2-Bk.2-C.2-V.2) beginning (Bi.3-Bk.3-C.3-V.3) God (Bi.4-Bk.4-C.4-V.4) created (Bi.5-Bk.5-C.5-V.5) the (Bi.6-Bk.6-C.6-V.6) heaven (Bi.7-Bk.7-C.7-V.7) and (Bi.8-Bk.8-C.8-V.8) the (Bi.9-Bk.9-C.9-V.9) earth. (Bi.10-Bk.10-C.10-V.10)

 

and another verse in the new testament would be

 

Mat 1: The (Bi.610282-N.1-Bk.1-C.1-V.1) book (Bi.610283-N.2-Bk.2-C.2-V.2) of (Bi.610284-N.3-Bk.3-C.3-V.3) the (Bi.610285-N.4-Bk.4-C.4-V.4) generation (Bi.610286-N.5-Bk.5-C.5-V.5) of (Bi.610287-NT.6-Bk.6-C.6-V.6) Jesus (Bi.610288-N.7-Bk.7-C.7-V.7) Christ, (Bi.610289-N.8-Bk.8-C.8-V.8) the (Bi.610290-N.9-Bk.9-C.9-V.9) son (Bi.610291-N.10-Bk.10-C.10-V.10) of (Bi.610292-N.11-Bk.11-C.11-V.11) David, (Bi.610293-N.12-Bk.12-C.12-V.12) the (Bi.610294-N.13-Bk.13-C.13-V.13) son (Bi.610295-N.14-Bk.14-C.14-V.14) of (Bi.610296-N.15-Bk.15-C.15-V.15) Abraham. (Bi.610297-N.16-Bk.16-C.16-V.16)

 

Bi = position of word in Bible

Bk = position of word in book

C = position of word in chapter

V = position of word in verse

N = position of word in new testament

 

Or perhaps this could be done from scratch, if there is a program that can assign a number next to each word in a text file?

 

There is some very interesting information to be found out with the word positions and it would be great to see this on my tablet via the MySword app

 

I will share a couple of findings...

 

Gen 3:8 And they heard the voice of the LORD God walking in the garden in the cool of the day: and Adam and his wife hid themselves from the presence of the LORD God (1666th word of the Bible) amongst the trees of the garden.

 

The second occurrence of "God" in Gen 3:8 is the 1666th word of the Bible, which is very appropriate, because when Adam/Eve took of the fruit it left them as a god unto themselves (Gen 3:22) that which is true is now perverted by an opposing mind (Rom 8:7, Titus 1:15) a false god is born (2th 2:4), notice God says in verse 11 "Who told thee that was naked?" in response to Adam saying "i heard thy voice" here we see the beginnings of conscience, having the knowledge of good and evil which is determined by ones self (Isa 5:20-21) rather than what God's Spirit reveals (Act 11:8-9, Deu 1:39) God's Spirit sets us free from self as god.

 

Rev 21:5 And he that sat upon the throne said, Behold, I make all (789666th word of Bible) things new. And he said unto me, Write: for these words are true and faithful.

 

The word "all" in Rev 21:5 is the 789666th word of Bible. God (the true God Rev 21:3) is saying here that He will take "all" things and make them new (1Jn 2:7-8) which will result in true and faithful words, not true and faithful before because we interpreted/perverted them rather than God's Spirit interpreting to us (Joh 6:63 spirit not flesh Joh 1:14). What is "all things" This ties in with John 1:2-3

 

"The same was in the beginning with God. 3 All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made."

 

The Word which is God (Joh 1:1) is with the reader (false god 2Th 2:4, Gen 3:22) who first has a mind of flesh (Rom 8:6-8) and so will naturally not see the Word as the true living God sees His Word (1Co 2:11, Jer 23:36) which is spirit and not flesh. His worldview inner understanding of the Word will be populated from His interpretation of the Word, "all things" will be filtered through his defiled mind of flesh (Joh 1:14) "all things" must be made anew.

 

Notice it says "not any thing made that was made" because the works of God "all things" was finished at the very beginning (Heb 4:3, Gen 2:1-3) we must come to the end of our wisdom (go to the cross) and let Him take over interpreting His Word to us via His Holy Spirit, it is the little children who get into the kingdom of heaven, the promised land (Deu 1:39, Mat 18:3).

 

John 10:34-35 "Jesus answered them, Is it not written in your law, I said, Ye are gods?  {35} If he called them gods, unto whom the word of God came, and the scripture cannot be broken;"

 

As long as we rule by deciding good and evil aside from what is revealed by God's Holy Spirit, then we are under our own law as a ruler/god which governs what is what "he called them gods, unto whom the word of God came" and all things that we made through our interpretation will have to be made new by the true living God.

 

Thanks for any help.

It should be doable provided the data from purebiblesearch can be copied into the e-Sword module creation tool called e-Sword Tooltip NT. 

 

Based on the way the data lays out in the samples you provided it may be possible to create either a bible module or a commentary module. Creation of either module will likely be somewhat time intensive as the data for each individual verse would need to be copied into e-Sword Tooltip to create the required module. If the data can be copied by either full bible book or by chapter that would make the job easier.

 

This seems like a very interesting tool that provides some very interesting data on the position of words in the bible. 



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Posted 12 December 2019 - 11:48 AM

It should be doable provided the data from purebiblesearch can be copied into the e-Sword module creation tool called e-Sword Tooltip NT. 

 

Based on the data lays out in the samples you provided it may be possible to create either a bible module or a commentary module. Creation of either module will likely be somewhat time intensive as the data for each individual verse would need to be copied into e-Sword Tooltip to create the required module. If the data can be copied by either full bible book or by chapter that would make the job easier.

 

This seems like a very interesting tool that provides some very interesting data on the position of words in the bible. 






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