Guides read all your books in seconds, collecting essential information from every corner of your library—and delivering it in simple, easy-to-follow reports.
A print concordance is just a static list, but this interactive tool lets you find the most common words and concepts in any passage in seconds.
Parables of the Bible
Quickly find every parable in the Bible, and see it's speaker, audience, and type. Identify whether the parable is designed to instruct, promise, rebuke, or warn readers.
Angels, Demons, and Deities of the Bible
Pinpoint specific references to an angel, demon, or deity, and then narrow your search to find where they're mentioned by a particular author, called by a specific name, what region they're associated with, and other important details.
Theophanies in the Bible
God spoke to Abraham, appeared to Moses in the burning bush, and revealed himself in visions to prophets. Verbum makes it easy to locate these manifestations and narrow occurrences by time, person, and form.
Prophets, Priests, Regents, and Judges
Quickly find everywhere, for instance, a specific prophet is mentioned. Get a quick list of every priest in the Bible. Find essential information like the god a propeht served, the region a king ruled, and other details.
Commands and Questions in the Bible
We've tagged every command and question in the Bible, distinguishing them with labels like "advice," "request," "wish," and other typs of statements. Want to see everywhere Isaiah warned the Israelites? Now you can with a simple search.
Bible Browser Tool
Do precise searches in the Bible just by clicking through facets like "People," "Places," "Events," and "Literary Type." Keep drilling down by adding facets until you find what you need.
Fuzzy Bible Search
Enter a loose phrase to quickly find the verse you can’t remember exactly.
Get instant information on biblical people, places, things, books, events, and cultural concepts.
Get fast, comprehensive information on any passage. Find quick links to commentaries, cross-references, journal articles, cultural concepts, images, and more.
New Testament Use of the Old Testament
Explore how New Testament authors cite, quote, allude to, or echo Old Testament texts.
Compare Bible translations side-by-side or line-by-line. Verbum highlights the differences between them automatically.
Explore Scripture in its historical context. See what world events were taking place at the same time as a biblical episode. Filter results by locations, people, events, and more.
Explore scalable maps marked with ancient sites and cities, and zoom in and out to reveal more information.
Old and New Testament Propositional Flow Outlines
Reformat Bible text into an outline labeling the purpose of each line based on the underlying Greek or Hebrew.
Bible Text Only
This visual filter toggles chapter and verse numbers on and off so you can read Scripture as an extended narrative, without intrusions.
Names of God
Find every name used to refer to God and where each occurs in the Old and New Testaments.
Commandments of the Law
Understand how the 613 commandments of the Old Testament Law are categorized, and quickly track down specific types of laws.
Miracles of the Bible
Sort every miracle in Scripture into categories including type (healing, provision, resurrection, etc.), people, location, and book of the Bible.
Examine the figurative use of a biblical word, phrase, or concept. Find every place in which “light” is used as a metaphor.
Sentence Types of the OT and NT
Instantly find every imperative, interrogative, or declarative sentence within the New Testament.
Speech Acts of the OT and NT
Search not just form but meaning; find rhetorical questions, personal pledges, and other precise kinds of speech acts.
Bible Book Guides
Learn about the authorship, genre, setting, form, content, and more for every book in the Bible.
See how Scripture references, alludes to, and shares themes with other ancient literature.
See how religious activities, food, music, death practices, marriage rituals, economic structures, and other concepts affect interpretation.
See the literary genre of every verse or passage, including genres like poetry, narrative, Gospel, and more.
Evidence of the biblical world is scattered throughout ancient locations. This interactive resource lets you explore these locations with animated maps.
Filter Proverbs by people, form, theme, or topic. Browse topics that interest you, then sort the Proverbs that address that topic for easy skimming.
Filter the Psalms by author, genre, theme, and more, and reveal the poetic structure of Hebrew poetry.
Search your entire library with a click. This tool combines all your high-powered search tools, giving you everything you need to start your study.
Counting the Ten Commandments
With this interactive infographic you can explore and compare how different groups interpret the Ten Commandments.
Speaking to God
Deepen your own prayer life by studying the prayers in the Bible. The Speaking to God interactive is a fun, easy way to find and learn from every conversation with God in the Bible.
Right click any text selection for a list of key features and data. From there, you can build slides, do a word study, see cultural themes, and more.
Instantly find any resource in your library that refers to the biblical passage or other ancient source you’re reading.
Get an instant overview of any biblical word’s usage and translation without leaving your Bible.
When you’re reading an English Bible and a Greek Bible side by side, highlight a phrase in the English text and it lights up in the Greek.
Factbook Notable People
Access key information on theologians and Bible characters. See short biographies, famous quotes, important works, key events, and more.
Get instant Bible facts, cross-references, media, and other content related to the biblical text you’re reading.
Some biblical events are recorded multiple times; find and compare these parallel accounts with ease by searching a verse in your Passage Guide.
Automatically display and expand all visible verse references in your open book. You’ll see them all without moving your mouse.
Search your resources for Greek words—no Greek keyboard required.
Graph Search Results
See how many times a given work appears in the Bible (or any of its books), and graph your findings with a click.
Emphasize Active References
This visual filter automatically highlights relevant biblical references in lexicons and other resources. If you have Galatians 4 open in your Bible, turn on this visual filter in a lexicon, and Verbum will highlight everywhere a verse from Galatians 4 is referenced.