Welcome to my MySword Site


MySword Website
This page updated as of October 8, 2016

Welcome! MySword is a free MySword android phone app. This app will allow you to search the Bible, read commentaries, dictionaries, and books on your Android Smartphone. If you have questions or problems, please post a commentary on the page of the module which you have a problem, or on this page.

What do I expect from you?

The MySword software is free, and you should really donate something to them for their great work. As far as I go, to be truthful, I don’t even own a cell phone myself (of any type). So why would I dedicate my time and effort to help people where I am not even in that community, i.e. I don’t have a device with which to view MySword modules? I am serving the Lord. But I do expect some things from you, a MySword user, if you can.

First of all, you could send me an email or post a comment on some page on this website expressing your appreciation and thanks at least once every 6 months or so. If you are not downloading these works, don’t worry about it. If you are taking advantage of these works, then definitely post something to let me know somebody is getting use out of my efforts here. What is frustrating is to do the work, and nobody even visits this website nor downloads these modules. I dedicate more time and effort based on mysword modules based on two things: 1) feedback, 2) donations. Feedback doesn’t cost you anything, and if I am overwhelmed by a lot of good feedback, I will dedicate more time to this. As far as donations, consider donating $10 for every 50 books you download. That is about 20 cents per book. Common, even the poorest of people out there with a cell phone is spending money every month on their cell phone, so this is a very little amount for a book.

If God moves you to send a donation…

Use the Paypal form on the sidebar, or if you are okay with sending a check via regular mail to our home church (Orlando Bible Church in Orlando Florida), then visit our donation page and send us a donation mentioning it is for the David Cox family.

Murray, A. – With Christ in the School of Prayer

WITH CHRIST In the School of Prayer

School of Prayer
Thoughts on Our Training for the Ministry of Intercession

In this book Murray examines various prayer related topics, including praying to the father, praying in secret, the Holy Spirit and prayer, importunity, faith, fasting, forgiving, praying together with another, etc. Continue reading

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Davidson – Theology of Old Testament


Theology of Old Testament
by Andrew Bruce Davidson D.D., LL.D., LiTT.D.
Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament Exegesis New College, Edinburgh
New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons (1904)
Published May, 1904

In this large work (76 chapters), Davidson (a Hebrew Professor) divides the theology of the OT into 11 divisions: The Science of Old Testament Theology; The Doctrine of God the Divine Nature; The Doctrine of God the Spirit; The Doctrine of God the Divine Attributes; The Doctrine of Man; The Doctrine of Man Sin; The Doctrine of Redemption; Doctrine of Redemption Suprahuman Good and Evil; Doctrine of Redemption-Priesthood and Atonement; The Doctrine of the Last Things the Messianic Idea; Doctrine of the Last Things Immortality.  Continue reading

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Bullinger, E.W. – How to Enjoy Bible


Enjoy Bible
Or, The “Word,” and “The Words,” How to Study them.
By E. W. Bullinger, D.D. 1916

In this 18 chapter work by Bullinger (Brethren, Hyperdispensationalist), he examines the Bible in two divisions, the Word of God as a whole, and the words. The later division examines how to study and understand the Scripture. Continue reading

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Cutting, G. – How Shall They Hear? (evangelism)

How Shall They Hear? evangelism

by George Cutting (1843-1934)

Mr. George Cutting is well known, even in evangelical circles, as the author of ‘Safety, Certainty and Enjoyment’ but, sadly, little personal information is available. He was born in 1843 and taken by his Lord in 1934 while living in Aldeburgh, Suffolk. In addition to many booklets and gospel tracts, he co-authored hymn 234 in the 1973 hymn book.

In this 8 chapter work by George Cutting (Brethren) he examines God’s call for us to reach the world with the Gospel. Continue reading