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The Holy Bible

Each of our versions is completely searchable so you can quickly find the verse or section you are looking for. You can select any book of the Bible from a list and go straight to the appropriate chapter and verse, or you can search that book with a free-form text search.

17 Versions Available

The Church111 church site builder includes several versions of the Holy Bible on-line including the following versions. Other versions will be added as they become available:

  • American Standard Version
  • Bible in Basic English
  • Darby's English Translation
  • Douay-Rheims Version
  • English Standard Version
  • Good News Bible
  • King James Version
  • New American Standard Bible
  • New International Version
  • New King James Version
  • New Revised Standard Version
  • Noah Webster's Translation
  • Spanish Reina Valera
  • Spanish Sagradas Escrituras
  • World English Bible
  • Weymouth New Testament
  • Young's Literal Translation

8 Full Bible Commentaries

In addition to the complete Bible text, the on-line Bible includes commentary interspersed in-line throughout the text. You can choose among the following options, selecting all, some or none of them:

  • Matthew Henry's commentary
  • 1599 Geneva Study Notes (Calvin)
  • Jamieson, Fausset and Brown Commentary
  • John Wesley's Commentary
  • The People's NT Commentary
  • Easton's Bible Dictionary
  • Bible Names & Meanings
  • About the Translations


Bible Verse of the Day

Display a new Bible verse every day for your visitors to read and consider.

Daily Manna

Display "Daily Manna from the Web" right on your home page using one of four different Bible versions.

Prayer Requests

Let your visitors submit prayer requests online! The message is delivered right to your inbox and can be displayed either on the home page or in the private, members-only section.

Church Library Documents

Dozens of documents are available in our Church Library. You can select which, if any of these is displayed in your custom on-line church library. The list is always being updated, but here is a sample:

Title Description
A Baptist Catechism 2005 Adapted by John Piper Desiring God© :
A Baptist Catechism for Boys and Girls 1798
Baptist Catechism 1677 Benjamin Keach Generally called the The Baptist Catechism
Boyce's Catechism 1833 JAMES P. BOYCE, D. D. Professor, Baptist Theological Seminary
Confession Of Faith Of The Cumberland Presbyterian Churches 1984 ©1984 by the Stated Clerk of the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
For Whom Did CHRIST Die? 0 John Owen (1616-1683)
Fox's Book of Martyrs 1560 John Foxe A history of the lives, sufferings and triumphant deaths of many early Christian martyrs.
John Bunyan's Last Sermon 1688 John Bunyan Preached, July, 1688, from John 1:13.
John Smyth's Confession 1609 John Smyth
Luther's Little Instruction Book 1529 Martin Luther The Small Catechism of Martin Luther
Orthodoxy 1908 Gilbert K. Chesterton
Pay-Day Someday 1957 Dr. R. G. Lee Copyright 1957 by ZONDERVAN PUBLISHING HOUSE GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN
Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God 1741 Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758) Enfield, Connecticut, July 8, 1741
Spurgeon's Catechism 1855 Charles H. Spurgeon With Scripture Proofs Compiled by C. H. Spurgeon Heir of the Puritans
The 1527 Schleitheim Confession of Faith 1527 Adopted by a Swiss Brethren Conference, February 24, 1527
The 1530 Augsburg Confession 1530
The 1644 London Baptist Confession of Faith 1644 The First Baptist Confession
The 1646 London Baptist Confession of Faith 1646 The Second Baptist Confession
The 1646 Westminster Confession of Faith 1646 The Westminster Assembly 1646
The 1655 Midland Confession of Faith 1655 Various Churches of the Midlands in England
The 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith 1689 The Second Baptist Confession
The 1729 Goat Yard Declaration of Faith 1729 John Gill A Declaration of the Faith and Practice of the Church of Christ at Horsely-down, under the Pastoral Care of Mr. John Gill, &c.
The 1777 Kehukee Association Articles of Faith 1777
The 1816 Principles of Faith of the Sandy Creek Association 1816
The 1833 New Hampshire Baptist Confession 1833
The 1858 Abstract of Principles 1858
The 1919 Fraternal Address of the Southern Baptist Convention. 1919
The 1925 Baptist Faith and Message 1925
The 1963 Baptist Faith and Message 1963 With 1998 Amendment (XVIII. The Family)
The 1963 Confession of Faith of The Evangelical United Brethren Church 1963
The 2000 Baptist Faith and Message 2000 Adopted, June 14th, 2000
The 95 Theses of Martin Luther 1517 Martin Luther
The Anathemas of the Second Council of Constantinople 553
The Apostles' Creed 542 A formula containing in brief statements
The Athanasian Creed 500
The Black Rock Address 1832 Black Rock Church, Maryland, September 28, 1832
The Canons of Dort 1619 The Synod of Dordrecht November 13, 1618, May 9, 1619
The Covenants 1855 R. B. C. Howell Transcribed by members of Shalom Reformed Baptist Church (Singapore)
The Definition of the Council of Chalcedon 451
The Heidelberg Catechism 1563
The Impeccability of Christ 1932 Arthur W. Pink Taken from Studies in the Scriptures
The Nicene Creed As approved in amplified form at the Council of Constantinople (381)
The Power Of God Unto Eternal Salvation 1890 Elder J. H. Purefoy
The Thirty-Nine Articles (Anglican) 1563
The Twenty-Five Articles of Religion (Methodist) 1808 John Wesley

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