OK, that’s probably not the most exciting title you’ve ever read on a blog . . . but nevertheless, let me explain.
Three years ago I shelled out $175 or something like that for Gramcord, a very nice Bible study program that integrates the Greek and Hebrew texts of the Bible with the English versions, lexicons, dictionaries, you name it. It’s all you ever need to ensure the $4500+ you spent on learning the Biblical languages was not a complete waste.
While it doesn’t have all of the bells and whistles of Gramcord, it does have a really nice feature. Say you’ve forgotten how to parse a verb or about 90% of your vocabulary. The mouse need only wave over the unknown word for a definition, parsing, and additional details.
Gramcord does about the same thing, but this is free. And the only thing better than free software is a free dinner.