posted on Jul, 29 2009 @ 11:32 AM
reply to post by the siren
The Spirit speaks to you through the reading of the word. The source is the Living Word, Jesus. Be a prophet yourself.
I found NetBible which lets you break down the meanings of the original language words further than a normal concordance. Especially in the Hebrew,
there can be 50 different spellings for what is grouped together under one Strong's number. NetBible will let you look up the individual verses that
use the strict spelling. So it is 50 times more useful because you can see all the other verses that use the same form as is used in the verse you are
It has a Word format file you can download to print your own NetBible, without the translator's notes. I think you have to make a donation to get the
version with notes. My idea is that I can have a portable Bible that has the Net translation so that I can more easily reference the tools on the
internet, for a verse that I had read earlier.
I printed up most of the New Testament, until I ran out of toner. What I do is change the page formatting so I have two columns and 1/2 inch outer
margins. That way I end up with less pages because I efficiently utilize the soace on the paper. With MS Word, you can set the pages as mirrored,
meaning depending on if it is an even or odd numbered page, it has a wider margin to the right or the left. That way you can have a wider margin on
the side where you bind it. I set it to 1 1/4 inch. What I do is staple the edge I want bound. I have a heavy duty stapler that can do up to 160
pages. I will put up to 10 staples to keep the edge tight. I have a clamp I made to hold the paper from slipping and twisting while I am stapling.
I glue on a strip of poster board paper over the staples to smooth it out. I use a glossy faced super heavy poster board for a cover I cut to 13 x 22
inches. I have a large format printer to do the cover graphics. I use a pizza cutter to make a crease mark on the inside of the cover to use as a line
to fold it. Put some glue on it and clamp it. Once it dries take scissors and trim off the excess cover. If you are careful, you end up with a really
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