Strengthen your faith! Start your day receiving beautiful images and verses in portuguese that speak of love, peace, healing, strength and power, salvation, among others.
"Love is like a plant that needs to be cared for every day not to die."
Effort is needed to maintain a healthy and passionate atmosphere at your wedding.
This application contains small tips, phrases, and advice that can help you keep alive the flame of love.
- Relationship problems
- Types of Wedding
- Types of Weddings
NOTE: Content in this Cloud and will be constantly updated online.
This application is in Portuguese.
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No aplicativo você encontrará:
1-Mais de 400 versículos dos livros da bíblia.
2-A Possibilidade de sortear algum deles para leitura.
3-Configurar para que seja exibida uma notificação no início de seu dia para que você não se esqueça de começar o dia com a leitura de um dos versículos.
4-Você poderá também enviar o versículo lido para seus amigos, através de mail, mensagem de texto, twitter e outros.
Você tem sugestões, ideias ou até mesmo criticas, entre em contato pelo nosso e-mail PlanetaAndroidJF@gmail.com ou acesse nossa página no Facebook https://www.facebook.com/planetaandroidsa.
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* Daily verse notifications
* Beautiful design and presentation
* Multiple English translations: KJV, NIV, NKJV, ESV, NLT, as well as Bibles in French, German, Spanish and Italian.
* Share verses through Facebook, Twitter, SMS, Email, and many other apps
Addiction, Anger, Belief, Boredom, Children, Christmas, Contentment, Courage, Death, Depression, Encouragement, Envy, Faith, Family, Fear, Friendship, Forgiveness, Gossip, Grace, Grief, Guidance, Healing, Health, Hope, Humility, Jealousy, Joy, Loneliness, Love, Lust, Marriage, Meekness, Money, Obedience, Patience, Peace, Perseverance, Praise, Prayer, Pride, Protection, Redemption from Sin, Repentance, Righteousness, Sabbath, Salvation, Seeking God, Strength, Stress and Anxiety, Success, Suffering, Temptation, Thanksgiving, Tithes and Offerings, Trust, Truth, Wisdom, Work, Worry, Worship.
Com o aplicativo da Harpa Cristã você tem disponíveis todos os Hinos da Harpa, além de escolher seus hinos favoritos, compartilhar as letras dos hinos e buscar hinos por autor.
Para ir para o índice da Harpa, acione o menu do aplicativo e selecione 'Harpa'.
Trata-se da versão Almeida, totalmente corrigida e atualizada. Caso tenha gostado do aplicativo, deixe seus comentários e a nota. O aplicativo será atualizado constantemente, então envie sua sugestão para firstname.lastname@example.org.
A tradução feita por João Ferreira de Almeida é considerada um marco na história da Bíblia em português porque foi a primeira tradução do Novo Testamento a partir das línguas originais. Anteriormente supõe-se que havia versões do Pentateuco traduzidas do hebraico. De acordo com esses registros, em 1642, aos 14 anos, João Ferreira de Almeida teria deixado Portugal para viver em Málaca (Malásia). Ele havia ingressado no protestantismo, vindo do catolicismo, e transferia-se com o objetivo de trabalhar na Igreja Reformada Holandesa local.
Ele já conhecia a Vulgata, já que seu tio era padre. Após converter-se ao protestantismo aos 14 anos, Almeida partiu para a Batávia. Aos 16 anos traduziu um resumo dos evangelhos do espanhol para o português, que nunca chegou a ser publicado. Em Malaca traduziu partes do Novo Testamento também do espanhol.
Aos 17, traduziu o Novo Testamento do latim, da versão de Theodore Beza, além de ter se apoiado nas versões italiana, francesa e espanhola.
Aos 35 anos, iniciou a tradução a partir de obras escritas no idioma original, embora seja um mistério como ele aprendeu estes idiomas. Usou como base o Texto Massorético para o Antigo Testamento e uma edição de 1633 (pelos irmãos Elzevir) do Textus Receptus. Utilizou também traduções da época, como a castelhana Reina-Valera. A tradução do Novo Testamento ficou pronta em 1676.
O texto foi enviado para a Holanda para revisão. O processo de revisão durou 5 anos, sendo publicado em 1681, após terem sido feitas mais de mil modificações[carece de fontes]. A razão é que os revisores holandeses queriam harmonizar a tradução com a versão holandesa publicada em 1637. A Companhia das Índias Orientais ordenou que se recolhesse e destruísse os exemplares defeituosos. Os que foram salvos foram corrigidos e utilizados em igrejas protestantes no Oriente, sendo que um deles está exposto no Museu Britânico.
O próprio Almeida revisou o texto durante dez anos, sendo publicado após a sua morte, em 1693. Enquanto revisava, trabalhava também no Antigo Testamento. O Pentateuco ficou pronto em 1683. Há uma tradução dos Salmos que foi publicada em 1695, anexo ao Livro de Oração Comum, anônima, mas atribuída a Almeida. Almeida conseguiu traduzir até Ezequiel 48:12 em 1691, ano de sua morte, tendo Jacobus op den Akker completado a tradução em 1694.
A tradução completa, após muitas revisões, foi publicada em dois volumes, um 1748, revisado pelo próprio den Akker e por Cristóvão Teodósio Walther, e outro em 1753. Em 1819, a Sociedade Bíblica Britânica e Estrangeira publica uma 3ª edição da Bíblia completa, em um volume.
Há também as edições impressas em na colônia dinamarquesa de Tranquebar, que datam de 1719 a 1765. São edições parciais da Bíblia, que foram obtidas à medida que os revisores terminavam seu trabalho.
This app offers scheduled daily reminders and links to related Bible passages, and it allows you to journal, bookmark, and share via social media.
Scheduled daily reminders
Personal journaling section
Bookmark favorite devotions
Discuss daily reading with other users in public comments
Selectable color schemes and text formatting preferences
Links to related Bible passages
Library of downloadable monthly issues
Streaming audio content
Sharing via email, Facebook, and Twitter
Links to read through the Bible in one year
Sync activity with other mobile devices and ODB.org
Hinário cantado você baixa a áudio em MP3 dos seu hinos preferidos.
Partitura dos hinos da harpa cristã completa mais agora acessando online.
As funcionalidades que chegaram para os aplicativo facilita seu uso com catalogo de lista de hinos por ordem numérica, possibilidade de alteração de modo de visualização diurno e noturno facilita o uso, marcação de favorito e compartilhamento pelas redes sociais.
Com menu dinâmico acesso rápido e acessibilidade de cor e visual e a buscar de palavras listando por palavras, titulo e numero ordenado por numero.
Agora você conferir do áudio do hinos da harpa cristã
- Works Offline
- 75 different bible translations available to download.
- Installation in SD Card (Version 2.2 or higher).
- Search words inside the Bible
- Support for small screen phones. Like the Xperia Mini
- Fix the chapter screen for different screen sizes
- Fix the bible search when the search return no match.
- Share in SMS, Twitter, Facebook, Email etc
- Night Read Mode
- Option to remove ads.
- Books in alphabetically order (optional).
- Higher fonts selection.
- Tablet layout (HD).
- Cantor Cristão
- Multi words search
- Notes (Personal Notes)
- Marker verse colors
- Copy Verse
- Talking Verse (beta)
- Reading Bible Plan
English: King James Version
English: American Standard Version
English: Basic English Bible
English: Darby Version
English: Webster\'s Bible
English: Weymouth NT
English: World English Bible
English: Young\'s Literal Translation
Spanish: Reina Valera (1909)
Spanish: Reina Valera NT (1858)
Spanish: Sagradas Escrituras (1569)
Portuguese: King James Version
Arabic: Smith and Van Dyke
Aramaic NT: Peshitta
Armenian (Eastern): (Genesis, Exodus, Gospels)
Armenian (Western): NT
Basque (Navarro-Labourdin): NT
Chamorro (Psalms, Gospels, Acts)
Chinese: NCV (Traditional)
Chinese: Union (Simplified)
Chinese: NCV (Simplified)
Chinese: Union (Traditional)
Coptic: Bohairic NT
Coptic: New Testament
Dutch Staten Vertaling
Finnish: Bible (1776)
Finnish: Pyha Raamattu (1933/1938)
French: Louis Segond (1910)
French: Martin (1744)
French: Ostervald (1996 revision)
Georgian (Gospels, Acts, James)
German: Elberfelder (1871)
German: Elberfelder (1905)
German: Luther (1545)
German: Luther (1912)
Greek NT: Byzantine/Majority Text (2000)
Greek NT: Textus Receptus (1550/1894)
Greek NT: Tischendorf 8th Ed.
Greek NT: Westcott/Hort, UBS4 variants
Hebrew OT: Aleppo Codex
Italian: Giovanni Diodati Bible (1649)
Italian: Riveduta Bible (1927)
Latin: Nova Vulgata
Latin: Vulgata Clementina
Latvian New Testament
Manx Gaelic (Esther, Jonah, Four Gospels)
Myanmar/Burmse: Judson (1835)
Norwegian: Det Norsk Bibelselskap (1930)
Potawatomi: (Matthew, Acts) (Lykins, 1844)
Russian: Synodal Translation (1876)
Russian: Makarij Translation (Pentateuch) (1825)
Scots Gaelic (Gospel of Mark)
Tagalog: Ang Biblia (1905)
Ukrainian: NT (P.Kulish, 1871)
Bible (the βίβλια Greek, βίβλιον plural, transl. Biblion, "roll" or "book") is the religious text of sacred value for Christianity, in which the religious interpretation of human existence of reason on Earth in the Jewish perspective is narrated by humans. It is considered by the Church as divinely inspired, and it is a doctrine document.
According to tradition, accepted by most Christians, the Bible was written by 40 authors, between 1500 and 450 BC (the Old Testament) and between 45 and 90 AD (the New Testament), totaling a period of almost 1600 years. Most historians believe that the date of the first writings considered sacred is much more recent: for example, while the Christian tradition places Moses as the author of the first five books of the Bible (Pentateuch), many scholars agree that were first compiled only after the Babylonian exile, from other texts dating from the tenth and the fourth century BC. Many scholars also claim that it was written by dozens of people from different regions and nations.
According to a literal interpretation of Genesis (the first book of the Bible), man was created by God from the dust, after the heavens and the earth, between six and eight thousand years ago, and made a living after God breathed the breath of life in his nostrils.
It is the best selling book of all time with more than 6 billion copies worldwide, a number 7 times greater than the number of copies of the 2nd place of the List of 21 Books Bestsellers, The Red Book.
In the United States, the only president who did not make the oath of office with his hand on a Bible was Theodore Roosevelt (1901-1909), according to the official records of the Architect of the Capitol. John Quincy Adams (1825-1829), in his possession, according to letters written by himself, put his hand on a volume of constitutional law instead of the Bible to indicate who owned their loyalty. There are no records for former presidents John Tyler (1841-1845).
- Farsi Persian
The FASTEST Bible app and most efficient way to read & study the Bible. Quickly navigate to any verse and easily access tools to help further your understanding of the Bible. Over 5 million downloads on both iOS and Android, and over 400,000 people reading their Bibles each week!
The New International Version (NIV) Bible is the most popular English language Bible available today. It is an excellent translation into very good contemporary English. It is suitable for public and private reading, teaching, preaching, memorizing, and liturgical use.
• Take Notes
• Highlight or Underline words & entire verses
• Bookmark Verses
• Add Margin Notes
• 4 types of Navigation (Scroll Wheel, 3-Tap, 2-Tap, & Keyboard)
• Full Screen Immersive Mode by a simple double tap (Android KitKat and higher)
• Folders to organize your notes & bookmarks
• Access Study Bibles & read the study notes beside the Bible
• Offline (No Internet connection required for downloaded Bibles)
• Red Letter text for Jesus' words
• Search the Old & New Testament to find verses containing the entered keyword
• Night mode for low-lit reading areas
• History folder to access past 50 viewed verses
• Split-screen mode to read two Bible translations at once
• Share verses & notes via Google+, Facebook, Twitter, email, & SMS
• Bible talks to you! Text-to-Speech allows the Bible to be read to you out loud
• Change font size and font type
• Auto scroll allows the Bible to scroll automatically
• Backup all your purchases and created Bible data using a FREE TecartaBible.com account
• Cross References & Footnotes by long-pressing on dotted-underlined words & superscript letters
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The initial vision for the project was provided by a single individual – an engineer working with General Electric in Seattle by the name of Howard Long. Long was a lifelong devotee of the King James Version, but when he shared it with his friends he was distressed to find that it just didn’t connect. Long saw the need for a translation that captured the truths he loved in the language that his contemporaries spoke.
For 10 years, Long and a growing group of like-minded supporters drove this idea. The passion of one man became the passion of a church, and ultimately the passion of a whole group of denominations. And finally, in 1965, after several years of preparatory study, a trans-denominational and international group of scholars met in Palos Heights, Illinois, and agreed to begin work on the project – determining to not simply adapt an existing English version of the Bible but to start from scratch with the best available manuscripts in the original languages. Their conclusion was endorsed by a large number of church leaders who met in Chicago in 1966.
A self-governing body of fifteen biblical scholars, the Committee on Bible Translation (CBT) was formed and charged with responsibility for the version, and in 1968 the New York Bible Society (which subsequently became the International Bible Society and then Biblica) generously undertook the financial sponsorship of the project. The translation of each book was assigned to translation teams, each made up of two lead translators, two translation consultants, and a stylistic consultant where necessary. The initial translations produced by these teams were carefully scrutinized and revised by intermediate editorial committees of five biblical scholars to check them against the source texts and assess them for comprehensibility. Each edited text was then submitted to a general committee of eight to twelve members before being distributed to selected outside critics and to all members of the CBT in preparation for a final review. Samples of the translation were tested for clarity and ease of reading with pastors, students, scholars, and lay people across the full breadth of the intended audience. Perhaps no other translation has undergone a more thorough process of review and revision. From the very start, the NIV sought to bring modern Bible readers as close as possible to the experience of the very first Bible readers: providing the best possible blend of transparency to the original documents and comprehension of the original meaning in every verse. With this clarity of focus, however, came the realization that the work of translating the NIV would never be truly complete. As new discoveries were made about the biblical world and its languages, and as the norms of English usage developed and changed over time, the NIV would also need to change to hold true to its original vision.
And so in the original NIV charter, provision was made not just to issue periodic updates to the text but also to create a mechanism for constant monitoring of changes in biblical scholarship and English usage. The CBT was charged to meet every year to review, maintain, and strengthen the NIV’s ability to accurately and faithfully render God’s unchanging Word in modern English.
The 2011 update to the NIV is the latest fruit of this process. By working with input from pastors and Bible scholars, by grappling with the latest discoveries about biblical languages and the biblical world, and by using cutting-edge research on English usage, the Committee on Bible Translation has updated the text to ensure that the New International Version of the Bible remains faithful to Howard Long’s original inspiration.
The verses chosen for each day's scripture have spiritual guidance within their own context for a clearer understanding.
- Inspirational scriptures daily from the Holy Bible
- Non-intrusive, user scheduled, daily notification of your scripture
- Choose between bible translations of King James Version (KJV) or New International Version (NIV)
- Share your daily bible verses to Facebook, Google+ and Twitter
- Save and share your favorite scriptures [New]
- Share app with friends to spread the daily word of God
Thank You Users
Thank you to all the users of The Daily Bible Verse! Thank you for all of the wonderful comments. I can't begin to tell you how powerful and meaningful your words are to us!
Background of Daily Bible Verse
As God led the Israelites through the wilderness for 40 years, he provided for their physical nourishment by sending from heaven each morning a grainy white substance called manna which covered the ground like frost and was gathered up by God's people. That story reminds us how God provides for the spiritual nourishment of His people by sending his word from heaven which has been collected in the Bible.
May you be blessed by "Daily Bible Verse"; a daily bite sized chunk of spiritual food for your heart and mind.
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With an intuitive interface and easy to read even on devices with small screens and the ability to zoom using the pincer movement. The best Bible Glossary ever.
- Share Verses through Whatsapp!
- Places in Bible
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- All Biblical Places
- Complete Dictionary A - Z
- All Biblical names and their meanings
- Bible Plan
- Biblical themes for different situations
- Link to Audio Bible MP3
- reference books at hand: Easton's Bible Dictionary, Smith's Bible Dictionary, Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary, The King James Version (KJV) Bible Dictionary, Nave's Topical Bible, the Condensed Biblical Cyclopedia, Torrey's New Topical Textbook and the Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible (JFB Commentary)
- Very fast and simple to use.
- Works offline, even in "airplane mode". Study the Holy Bible anytime, anywhere, no Internet connection required.
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Why study the Bible?
One reason to study the Bible is for cultural literacy purposes. E.D. Hirsch writes, "To be culturally literate is to possess the basic information needed to thrive in the modern world."
Simply put, the Bible contains a wealth of cultural literacy. References to the Bible are found not only found in religion, but also art, music, philosophy, literature, law and more. Knowing what the Bible says is an important part of everyone's k-base.
Many popular phrases and figures of speech also find their origin in the Bible including being a Good Samaritan, the folly of letting the blind lead the blind, going the extra mile, ethical maxims such as "do unto others as you would have them do unto you," manna from heaven, etc. Hirsch considers the Bible so important to cultural literacy that it appears first in his Dictionary of Cultural Literacy.
Another reason to study the Bible is to learn what it has to say firsthand. Whether one is a supporter or critic of the Bible, or perhaps just neutral or uninterested in the topic, history has demonstrated that the Bible cannot be ignored. Considering that the Bible is important to three major world religions – Judaism, Christianity and Islam – it is worthy of study.
In addition, the recent rise of hostile criticism towards the Bible itself and religion in general also makes it worthy of study. Sometimes the critics do not always quote the Bible correctly or in context. Knowing what it says firsthand and having some knowledge of the context is helpful in understanding not only current events, but key ideas the Bible addresses such as the nature and existence of God, the human condition, the biblical pattern of redemption and salvation and ethics.
For thousands of years the Bible has been read not only as history and God's Word, but also for personal edification. This, of course, is a more meaningful reason for studying the Bible for those who believe in God, but the Bible is also surprisingly edifying for those who do not believe. It is full of individuals facing moral choices, life challenges, and, frankly, situations that are applicable to us even today. As Paul wrote, "All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the man of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work" (2 Timothy 3:16-17, NIV).
The Bible is available for us to learn from not only on an intellectual level, but on a personal and emotional level.
There are over 100 stories in the app. These are grouped in eight parts. A page at the beginning of each part tells briefly what is found in that part. The stories appear in the order that events occurred in history.
Feature this app you can :
- Find word / sentence on story.
- Bookmark page.
Furthermore, navigate to the next or previous chapter simply tap on the right or left corners of the screen.
You can still comment and / or highlight Bible verses that can later be redeemed through the menus "Commented verses" and "Highlighted verses". To access the menu and highlighting or commenting just takes a long click on the desired verse.
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Para abrir um livro bíblico, basta arrastar a barra do canto inferior da aplicação para ter acesso a todos os livros e capítulos contidos na bíblia.
Com o modo de leitura em 'Tela cheia' você pode ler com o mínimo de distração. Para ativar/desativar o modo 'Tela cheia' basta dar um duplo-toque na tela de leitura ou utilizar o menu de opções.
Além disso, navegar para o próximo capítulo ou anterior basta tocar nos cantos direito ou esquerdo da tela.
Você ainda pode comentar e/ou destacar versículos bíblicos, que podem ser resgatados posteriormente através dos menus "Versos comentados" e "Versos destacados". Para ter acesso ao menu de comentários e destaque basta dá um clique longo sobre o versículo desejado.
A aBiblia também possui um recurso de pesquisa, onde é possível procurar por palavras-chave em toda a Bíblia ou em um livro específico.