I have stored up your word in my heart, that I might not sin against you.
Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits.
Psalm 103:2 (ESV)
- two complementary Bible verses for each day of the year
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English Standard Version
The English Standard Version (ESV) is an essentially literal translation of the Bible in contemporary English. Created by a team of more than 100 leading evangelical scholars and pastors, the ESV Bible emphasizes word-for-word accuracy, literary excellence, and depth of meaning. Read more at https://esv.org.
Read The Word for today from the English Standard Version.
The Word in other Languages
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Who we are
We are about twenty Christians from all over the world.
Some of us formerly published the "Watchwords" of the Moravian Church, starting in the 1990s for PCs, later for websites and mobile devices. We now use our software for our own selection of daily Bible verses.
The Idea: "Bible 2.0"
This is the idea of project "Bible 2.0":
- Christians share their knowledge of the Bible via Internet, to find complementary Bible verses,
- following the reformatory principle “Sacra scriptura sui ipsius interpres” – “Scripture explains itself”...
- ... like when I write down a cross-reference in the side margin of my Bible.
- What Christians find for one language shall also benefit readers of other languages and Bible editions.
Starting with 2018, we take the Bible verse pairs of The Word from a pool of verses collected by our team.
For Software Developers
From the Team
is a software developer by profession (Java, C++, XML) and lives with his wife in Böblingen in southern Germany. His spiritual home is the free protestant church, where he passionately preaches and makes music.
By his study of theology at Regent College (Vancouver) he discovered his love for the original languages of the Bible. In his spare time, he translates and publishes books, including a German translation of the New Testament.