I wanted to share with you an awesome resource I found out about. It's a free software program. It was even recommended at by my church. The basic installation includes the King James Version, King James Version w/ Strong's numbers, and Strong's dictionary, but then you can add many commentaries, dictionaries, and some other translations for free. There are also some other selections that you can choose to purchase.
Here's the Link to the site.
I was excited because I was able to download the Noah Webster's 1828 Dictionary! It's a great resource.
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