The Holy Bible (NASB) has both the New and The Old Testament with an appealing interface.
With a very legible font, The New American Standard Bible App can be used while offline, i.e. even without an internet connection.
• The MSG Bible App contains both the Old and the New Testament
• The Message Bible App is very easy to use- You can easily navigate through the Bible by using the Chapter Tab and Books tab.
• Light- Not heavy and thus very light for your Android device.
• Offline- Require no internet connection to use.
Download The Message Bible App (MSG) and use the MSG Bible version to share God's Word anywhere, anytime.
The Message: The Bible in Contemporary Language was created by Eugene H. Peterson and published in segments from 1993 to 2002. It is an idiomatic translation of the original languages of the Bible
Peterson states the reason The Message was written was:
“While I was teaching a class on Galatians, I began to realize that the adults in my class weren't feeling the vitality and directness that I sensed as I read and studied the New Testament in its original Greek. Writing straight from the original text, I began to attempt to bring into English the rhythms and idioms of the original language. I knew that the early readers of the New Testament were captured and engaged by these writings and I wanted my congregation to be impacted in the same way. I hoped to bring the New Testament to life for two different types of people: those who hadn't read the Bible because it seemed too distant and irrelevant and those who had read the Bible so much that it had become 'old hat
The goal of The Message is to engage people in the reading process and help them understand what they read. This is not a study Bible, but rather ""a reading Bible."" The verse numbers, which are not in the original documents, have been left out of the print version to facilitate easy and enjoyable reading. The original books of the Bible were not written in formal language. The Message tries to recapture the Word in the words we use today.