The Bible has become an essential tool for believers, a resource for students, parents and others who want to keep up with the latest discoveries.
The National Geographic Society is updating its Bible app to include all the latest biblical facts, including some that are not accessible on the app.
The app includes an interactive Bible Study bible and a Bible Study Bible Dictionary app, which are both available on the iOS App Store and Google Play.
The Bible app also includes an audio Bible study Bible, the Bible Dictionary Bible, and the Bible Study Reference Bible.
The apps were updated Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2018, to include the latest Bible verse in addition to the Bible study bible and dictionary.
The new Bible study and dictionary apps are available in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, the U!
K., Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Italy, France, Italy and Greece.
The latest Bible verses will appear in blue text in the app, along with links to access them.
The updated apps will be available on iPad, iPhone, Android, Windows and Chrome OS devices.
The most recent Bible verse added in the latest version of the app is: 1 Samuel 17:7 The Lord hath laid hold on the house of Saul, and hath brought down the siege, which he had built.
And the people have been cut off from their prey, and from their land, and are cut off as from a prey.
This verse is from the Septuagint version of Samuel 17, the most widely used of the Old Testament texts.
It was written by Samuel in the year 1520 and is now part of the Septus Testament.
The Septuagenarian version of Scripture was published in the New Testament and the Septuvius, or Septuahim, is the oldest surviving version of this text.