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#11 LucyGirl01

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Posted 26 June 2012 - 05:53 PM

I have the package that comes with the MySword program. There are a number of them as well as dictionaries, etc. I have erased all traces of Mr. Coke and his commentary. That way I can put it aside. I hate to think that I will be unable to add to the library but that seems likely. Thanks for the help. I am thankful for the program as it is. Have a blessed remainer of the day.

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Posted 26 June 2012 - 07:12 PM

Maybe I need e-sword rather than mysword. Is there an android version for e-sword? I have that on a windows 7 pc. From what I can see, there is less trouble downloading since there is an APP for that. This little android tpc is so much more mobile. Thanks again

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Posted 26 June 2012 - 09:16 PM

Maybe I need e-sword rather than mysword. Is there an android version for e-sword? I have that on a windows 7 pc. From what I can see, there is less trouble downloading since there is an APP for that. This little android tpc is so much more mobile. Thanks again


Hi Lucy,
There is not e sword for android. There is only MySword. The files from this site should work in MySword.

See the attachment below. Here is what Coke looks like in MySword for me when I have it in the MySword/Commentaries Folder. I have many different android devices and so far it has worked fine on them all, I am not sure what could be wrong.

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Posted 27 June 2012 - 09:04 AM

You were right. The commentary was in the commentary window and I did not understand theinstructions. I discovered it late last evening. I'm sure it was there all the time. It was listed as Coke. In the commentaries folder, I had renamed the module Coke.cmt.mybible. I am now ready to try that again. Are there any other additions I might download? Also, I wanted to know about the donations. Is the Delux package the most complete or the Premium? I can't make a donation until the 1st but I was thinking about $25.

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Posted 27 June 2012 - 10:02 AM

There are over 400 additions at this website that are not available to download from within MySword. It is hard to make reccomendations without knowing what you are looking for.

The Deluxe version is most complete. It allows multiple windows. I cannot discuss donation amonts required here. You have to contact MySword directly for that at www.mysword.info.

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Posted 27 June 2012 - 10:20 AM

You were right. The commentary was in the commentary window and I did not understand theinstructions. I discovered it late last evening. I'm sure it was there all the time. It was listed as Coke.


Lucy,

What attracted you to Thomas Coke's work? Had you heard of him previously?

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Posted 28 June 2012 - 11:50 AM

I've been off line for awhile. I believe in "free grace" and was thinking that Methodists are not Calvinistic. If you look at 1 Thess. 5:10, you will know right away if the expositor if is an advocate of "free grace". If one disregards the immediate context to interpretate that verse, it speaks volumes about their theoology. Sadly, Mr Coke went with the mainstream. I'm sure it will be of value in many other instances. Speaking of "free grace", L. S. Chafer is and advocate. I downloaded his Major Bible Themes but can't get it to respond. I put it in the Books folder but that doesn't show in the menue. I'v learned how encredibly easy it is to download, but I can't seem to get this one. Any suggestions. If you ever want to read articles of "free grace", you might try FAITHALONE.ORG


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Posted 28 June 2012 - 11:55 AM

I've been off line for awhile. I believe in "free grace" and was thinking that Methodists are not Calvinistic. If you look at 1 Thess. 5:10, you will know right away if the expositor if is an advocate of "free grace". If one disregards the immediate context to interpretate that verse, it speaks volumes about their theoology. Sadly, Mr Coke went with the mainstream. I'm sure it will be of value in many other instances. Speaking of "free grace", L. S. Chafer is and advocate. I downloaded his Major Bible Themes but can't get it to respond. I put it in the Books folder but that doesn't show in the menue. I'v learned how encredibly easy it is to download, but I can't seem to get this one. Any suggestions. If you ever want to read articles of "free grace", you might try FAITHALONE.ORG


Chafer's Major Bible Themes should show up under the "J" or journal button. This is where all book modules show up.
Blessings,
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Posted 28 June 2012 - 12:01 PM

Journal? I think you mean "E" for editor - and then not the Journal Editor, but the Topic Editor.

By the way - eSword's creator expects all .topx modules to now be read in the "Reference Library." Just click it open, and all of the .topx modules will be alphabetized by file name. Check the "C's" for "Chafer, Lewis Sperry - Major Bible Themes.topx"

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Posted 28 June 2012 - 12:03 PM

Journal? I think you mean "E" for editor - and then not the Journal Editor, but the Topic Editor.

By the way - eSword's creator expects all .topx modules to now be read in the "Reference Library." Just click it open, and all of the .topx modules will be alphabetized by file name. Check the "C's" for "Chafer, Lewis Sperry - Major Bible Themes.topx"


Dr. Dave,
I think she might be talking about MySword :)




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