1. This app and the Jesus Calling App are the only apps for Devotionals and Daily verses that I consistently use because I love them so much and deeply appreciate that they stick to what the Bible says and not someone’s own interpretation of it.
2. The music that plays when you read the verses, the scrolling like flipping a page, and everything about it just makes my time with God feel very intimate when I am reading daily verses and able to go through some of the devotionals.
3. I have used apps in the past such as the Bible app that is very well known and found that some of the devotionals included someone’s biased opinion instead of focusing on what God is saying to us in the Bible.
4. Receive God's word daily through beautiful Holy Bible stories, verses, and music.
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Daily inspiration for loving our awesome God
The Daily Bible App is definitely a must have add on to any smart phone user who follows our Lord and Savior and enjoys an easy way to upload in a picture format inspirational quotes given from the Holy Bible that adds to our lives love and encourages us to be closer to god, and therefore lifts up our spirit as we celebrate his Glory. I’m very thankful that the time has been taken to create this application which makes each and every day a little bit better learning more and more just how much god loves us and wants what’s best for us. That’s why we have the book. It tells us how to go through this life in a way we can enjoy it and cherish it. That’s why he asks us to do the things he does; because in the end, it’s the only way to be truly happy. Having these Bible versus given to us so easily is a great way to increase your faith and guides us to a better way of living, causing us to feel fulfilled and rejoiceful. Thank you again, and God Bless. 😇
An Absolutely Excellent APP!
It’s nice often you find an APP that is what it appears to be on the surface. But this one is outstanding! I am very pleased with the way I am offered a daily Scripture Verse to review and add a comment or not, and then share it with different venues. I have so far used Facebook. Everybody uses Facebook and there’s so much folks put on Facebook that you would think you couldn’t post anything else that folks would stop and read. That’s what I think anyway. But to my surprise, I have been covered up with replies to this APP with several asking where did I get it? But most of all, I am very pleased with the replies responding with questions or comments such as “I was just thinking of this verse yesterday and it helped me so very much!”. And those who comment as “I’ve not heard that verse before. It touches me in my heart and I needed it to get through the day. Thank you so much”. I’d recommend it to anyone who loves and enjoys the Holy Scriptures for themselves and others. Oh yes. What I was saying about Facebook. Sharing this APP is like a breath of fresh air. With all that is going on in today’s “political correctness, climate change world”, the words this APP delivers from the Word of God helps keep one’s mind off all the foolishness and lies of our Enemy, Satan. Try it. BTW I am using the FREE Version and it is working wonderfully! Thanks for reading folks! Wesley K
I just started using this bible app yesterday and I first wanna say that I think it’s a great app and I really appreciate you guys. There was just one thing I noticed in John 3:17 that really caught my attention. The King James Version which would be the most accurate translation from the Greek in the New Testament says this, “For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved.” I couldn’t help but notice that your version says that Jesus did not come to judge the world instead of condemn. Jesus actually did judge the world along with his disciples. He said the whole world hates me because I testify of it that its work are evil. I’m fully aware that there are many different translations (some less reliable than others) but I would advise using a different version at least for this verse. It almost gives the impression that judging, even if it’s righteous judgement, is wrong.