INTERLINEAR may be defined as written or printed in different languages or texts in
alternate lines. The Interlinear Bible Search enables you to research the subtle nuances
and layers of meaning within the original biblical languages. The search results display the
text in English on one line and the original bible language on another line. The option to
view the English text and biblical language text with the transliterated word and the phonetic
spelling on the same line is available by selecting the Side-by-Side link in the search
Find Strong's numbers easily and quickly by setting the translation to either
KJV with Strong's Numbers OR NAS with Strong's Numbers. In the search results,
select an underlined word to display the Strong's number, the word origin, transliterated
word, phonetic spelling, parts of speech, and the definition. The KJV with Strong's
Numbers translation also includes the "Stem and Mood" verb pattern for Hebrew words and
the "Tense, Voice, and Mood" for Greek verbs. In the search results, select the Strong's
number displayed immediately after a verb.
Find exact chapters and/or verses by typing the book, chapter,
and/or verse in the box and selecting the Bible version desired from the drop-down box.
(When searching by chapter and verse, the default setting automatically includes hyperlinks
to all resources listed under that verse. To turn off these references, uncheck the box next
to "Include Resources". This will display the chapter in a more reading friendly format.)
Example: John 3:16 for a verse or John 3 for the entire chapter.
Find a verse spread by using hyphens and commas between the verse
Example: John 3:15-17 or John 3:15,16,17,18
Find multiple verses from different chapters or books by using commas between the
Example: Matthew 1:4, Genesis 2:1, John 3:15-18
Find verses containing an exact phrase by enclosing it in quotation marks.
Example: "for God so loved the world"
Find verses containing two or three words by adding AND (in capital letters)
between the words.
Example: Christ AND mercy
Find verses with either of two words by adding OR (in capital letters) between
Example: mercy OR grace
Find verses with one word but not another word by adding NOT (in capital
letters) between the words.
Example: holy NOT spirit
You can search for up to three words or phrases with the modifiers AND, OR, NOT. However,
you cannot use AND after using OR or NOT. To refine your results when searching for multiple
words, click "Search within results" AFTER performing a search and search for additional
words or phrases.