Franklin Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible
When traveling, or just reading my Bible, Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance is often too big and cumbersome to take along. The paper version weighs over six pounds. Now, there is a light alternative, weighing only one ounce.
To quickly look up a verse when I know a few of its words, I use the Franklin Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible, an electronic marvel. It fits in the back of my KJV Bible and is instantly ready to locate any scripture. The keyboard is paper thin, but very adequate for my fingers.
Note: this concordance does not have Strong’s Hebrew and Greek numbers, nor can it be used to look up scriptures by book, chapter, and verse like the Franklin Electronic Bible. The Franklin Concordance’s main purpose is to find a passage when you know one or more words of that scripture. Features include: Ultra thin, light and portable — clips onto any Bible or Book; two, three or four-line display and tilt screen for optimal viewing; phonetic spell correction — enter a word (or words) by how it sounds; Expand Search capability — finds other relevant and meaningful verses; time/date; calculator; databank; ribbon bookmark.