Wordpress Bible

The Wordpress Bible

This plugin was built to be the very best King James Version (KJV) Bible Daily Reading plugin for WordPress. Aaron Brazell's WordPress Bible Provides a full and thorough guideline to the biggest self-hosted blogs tool: Has WordPress become an urgent topic for you? And if so, then go to the WordPress Bible, a full source of everything you need to know to study WordPress from beginning to end. They begin with the fundamentals of WordPress, such as the fundamentals of blogs and socially interacting manners.

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Assistance in translating the user surface

With this plug-in you can add Bible quotations to your website's pages or article. Four thousand people died, and they were born and died. Appellavitque Deus lucem Diem et teenebras Noctem. Even the expression used in the words of Europe is accepted: "the separator is section - verse".

"Mathew 15:5" means "the Bible (or rather the Gospel) of Mathew, chap. 15, vers. 5" ("Mathew 15:5" in English). "is the separator from - to that can be: from section to section: "Matthew 15-16 " (without a comma or dot before or after) means "the Good News of Matthew from chapters 15 to 16". From chapters, verses to verses (of the same chapter):

"Mathew 15:1-5" means "the Good News of Matthew, chap. 15, from verses 1 to 5" ("Mathew 15:1-5" in English). from chap. 15, from chap. to chap. "Mathew 15:1-16:5" means "the Good News of Matthew, from 15:1 to 16:5" ("Matthew 15:1-16:5" in English). "is the separator between the verses.

"Matthaeus 15:5,7. "9 "9" means "the Good News of Matthew, chapters 15, 5, then 7, then 9" ("Matthew 15:5,7,9" in English). "is the separator between the requests. "Mathew 15:5-7, 16:3-9. 11-13 " means "the Good News of Matthew, chapters 15, 5 to 7; then chapters 16, 3 to 9 and 11 to 13" ("Matthew 15:5-7;16:3-9,11-13" in English).

The name of the name of the publication can be either the full name or the abbreviation as shown on the page "List of abbreviations". If the semicolon requests have no reference to a particular volume, it is understandable that the request is made on the same volume as the one before.

"Gen1,7-9;4,4-5;Ex3,19" means "Genesis Chapters 1, verses 7 through 9; then Genesis Chapters 4, verses 4 through 5; then Exodus Chapters 3, verses 19" ("Gen1:7-9;4:4-5;Ex3:19" in English).

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