Vine’s Expository Dictionary V 1.4

Please explain what the in app purchase is? What am I paying for? I liked it better before. But I don’t care about ads. As long as I don’t get charged for this app. My rating stands. Again if developer doesn’t like criticism, get out of the app business. Stop trying to make money off someone else’s work, namely W.E. Vine. My rating stays. Are you even Born Again, or just doing this for the money? This work was done by a very godly man. All I asked was if I was being charged for using this app and if so, why? Stop being greedy.
Here we provide Vine’s Expository Dictionary V 1.4 for Android 4.0++ Vine's Expository Bible Dictionary with Holy Bible

Also I recommend you "Bible Concordance & Strongs" which you find in my app. You find there Bible Concordance, Strong's Concordance and Hebrew and Greek dictionaries.

It is a cross-reference from key English words in the Authorized King James Bible Version to the original words in the Greek texts of the New Testament. In his preface to the book, Vine wrote,
– "The present volumes are produced especially for the help of those who do not study Greek, though it is hoped that those who are familiar with the original will find them useful."

Vine did not write an equivalent work for Old Testament Hebrew words; however, Vine's work is sometimes combined with another author's Hebrew dictionary and marketed under Vine's name as a "complete" expository dictionary.

It provides a concise meaning of the original Greek word, often providing Bible verse references as examples. If there are several Greek words that may translate to the same English word, Vine's distinguishes the shadings of meaning and connotation that may be lost in the English translation. For example, there are a number of Greek words that may be translated by the English word love.

Vine's also provides the definition of a word (as used in the King James Version) more accurately than an English dictionary, because it expands the Greek use of the word. For example, the word, "godliness" in 1 Tim. 2:2 is defined in the Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary as "1: Divine 2: pious, devout -", but in Vines, it is defined as " 'to be devout,' denotes that piety which is characterized by a Godward attitude, does that which is well-pleasing to Him." So we have a fuller meaning of the word by seeing how the word is used in the NT.

Dear users – I made this dictionary with KJV Bible verses (because it's more popular), but if you want use it with ASV version please let me know.
Also I would like to make clickable Strong Numbers (like Bible verses) – when clicked would open the description and other information about the Strong Number. But I do not know how much you need it. I would be happy to improve this app together!

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