Bible Concordance: Index of Old Testament passages

A concordance like this webpage is a reference tool that lists words, phrases or, in this case , Bioble verses found in a document or group of documents. Concordances are helpful in studying religious scriptures, literary works, and comprehensive linguistic corpora. Two key aspects of a concordance are:

  1. Alphabetical Listing: Words are typically listed in alphabetical order. In this case, the Bible verses are listed in the order in which they appear in the Bible. Thus, Bible verses in Genesis are listed first while those in Revelation will be listed last.
  2. References: Each entry includes references to the locations the word appears (in this case, the webpage) , allowing readers to locate the uses of a Scripture verse in the entire website

What verses from the Old Testament are used on this website?

New Testament passages 

"Don't for a minute let this Book of The Revelation be out of mind. Ponder and meditate on it day and night." -- Joshua 1:8, The Message

"I had never thought of the extensive material on the global mandate in Scripture. From God's promise to Abraham, God's sending of Jonah, to the words of Jesus in Acts 1, and the words and mission of the Apostle Paul, it was clear that I had missed the message." -- Paul C., Nazarene Bible College student

Where specific Bible verses are used on this site

Are you trying to understand a particular passage in the Bible? Take a look at how that verses or verses have been used on the page of this website.

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Old Testament and missions

Concordamce pf Testament passages on this site

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Concordamce pf Testament passages 

"Do not forget my teaching, but keep my commands in your heart" -- Proverbs 3:1

Unless otherwise noted, Scripture passages on this web site are taken from the Holy Bible, New International Version. Used by permission of Zondervan Bible Publishers

    -- Howard Culbertson,

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