One of the things I like is being about to highlite passages when you need to. It is very easy to use/read because you can change the size and fonts. It is very easy to change to another book. Almost anything I can imagine needing is included. The fact that it is free is good, although I started out by paying for the app, It is very easy and enjoyable reading the word of God in this app. I use it in conjunction with a Bible commentary
Again, sorry, but not Henry's commentary. Yes, Henry's is quoted in this version, but is amongst other opinions that were not Henry's focus. Ex: this is from this app for Gen 1: 1-2: "It is the visible part of the creation that Moses here designs to account for therefore he mentions not the creation of angels. But as the earth h as not only its surface adorned with grass and flowers, but also its bowels enriched with metals and precious stones (which partake more of its solid nature and more valuable, though the creation of them is not mentioned here), so the heavens are not only beautified to our eye with glorious lamps which garnish its outside, of whose creation we here read, but they are within replenished with glorious beings, out of our sight, more celestial, and more surpassing them in worth and excellency than the gold or sapphires surpass the lilies of the field." -- the only part of this entire passage from Henry's is "the heavens are not only beautified to our eye with glorious lamps which garnish its outside, of whose creation we here read, but they are within replenished with glorious beings, out of our sight". Henry's doesn't go into all this extra about angels, so it makes me question the intent of this commentary by the app designers. Uninstalling....
Matthew Henry commentary is exceptional because he lived so long ago but wrote in modern English, we can see what most reformers believed and what has been passed down through time from the ante-nicene fathers to the present without many of the newer doctrines that have been clouding God's truth since the early 1800's. If you want a true to the Word commentary this is it. If you have questions about some of the newer things being taught today try looking back at some of the trusted men if God and see what they had to say about the subject but most importantly pray and ask God for help and compare all things to Scripture. Though Henry was a Presbyterian minister they weren't as dogmatic and backslid as today, g#y preachers, etc. (Timothy 1)
I like this app very much. Whitney Payne's misled comment below must be that he is comparing what he reads here with the "condensed" version of 1960 of which I have a hard copy. Yes, some parts here are omitted there and he thinks you have added them outside the original. I think not so, and that here is the full version. Well done and thank you.
There are a few grammatical errors, but this is a solid reference to improve my studies of the Bible to help me walk closer with Christ. There are often ads from the LDS religion, but you can use it offline. Superb app.
A free Matthew Henry Commentary? Unbelievable, yet it's right in front of me. Quality, detailed exposition of God's word. A worthy resource for any serious student of the Bible.
* Added feature in the Bible
* Bible reading plans
* Daily Verses
* improved performance and fixed bugs
NKJV Bible is the best free NKJV Bible app with full offline use and no ads!