I just came across this Bible study tool called Biblos.com.
This tool has several versions of the Bible you can use to study from like the NIV, NLT, ESV, NAS, GWT, KJV, ASV, DRB, ERV, WEB, WLC, WLV, WLO, WLT, BHS, BHO, BHT, ALE, PAL, SEP, SPU, SPT, VUL, AKJ, BBE, DBY, KJP, OJB, WBS, and the YLT. If you are not sure of all of those abbreviations, you need to go and check it out!
It also has an atlas, concordance, dictionary, encyclopedia, devotions, and commentaries. The current commentaries include:
- Barnes’ Notes on the Bible
- Calvin’s Commentaries
- Clarke’s Commentary on the Bible
- Darby’s Bible Synopsis
- Geneva Study Bible
- Gill’s Exposition of the Entire Bible
- Guzik Bible Commentary
- Homilies of Chrysostom
- People’s New Testament
- Keil and Delitzsch OT Commentary
- KJV Translators’ Notes
- Matthew Henry’s Concise Commentary
- Matthew Henry’s Whole Bible Comm.
- Scofield Reference Notes
- Teed Bible Commentary
- The Treasury of David (Psalms)
- Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
- Vincent’s Word Studies (NT)
- Wesley’s Notes on the Bible
You can even access it on your mobile device.
It also has Original Language Tools, Reference Materials, Study Resources, and Multilingual Sources.
Have a look around the site and see if this fits you!
May the Lord richly bless you!