Introducing Kingdom Study Tools for Obsidian

Tools available:

  • Holy Bible (KJV)
    • with Strong’s numbers linking to lexicon definitions
    • with Obsidian frontmatter(YAML) “cssClasses” defined for custom css styles (see “resources/custom.css” for example)
    • compatible with Bible Linker by @kuchejak
  • Hebrew & Greek Lexicons with Strong’s numbers
    • with links to verses & related definitions
  • Noah Webster’s 1828 American Dictionary of the English Language
    • with links to verses & related definitions

Any comments, questions, suggestions, etc. please open issue on Github or direct message here.

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See also: Berean Study Bible for Obsidian

The Berean Study Bible (BSB) is a completely new English translation of the Holy Bible, effective for public reading, study, memorization, and evangelism. Inspired by the words in the Book of Acts, and based on the best available manuscripts and sources, each word is connected back to the Greek or Hebrew text to produce a transparent text that can be studied for its root meanings.

Enjoy!

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Wow!!! This is awesome!
On a side note, is that the prism theme? I use it too with mint and mocha dark mode :slight_smile:

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Yup, Prism theme it is

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I have downloaded this amazing project - just to be clear the dictionary adds a huge number of notes - my database is now >40 000Notes. Obsidian sync has been syncing for almost 24 hours now and still hasn’t finished.

Does this work on mobile devices with a database this size without any performance issues?

@Oblique I do not use sync/mobile so I have not tested the performance. I suggest removing the “dictionary” folder from the Obsidian vault and see if the sync/performance improves. The bible & lexicon are the core of the vault and the dictionary is NOT linked to/from either, so removing it should not have any detrimental effects.