Welcome to BibleHyperlinks!

A Word Inspired Website

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Developer's Message:

Recently, as I have been delving into the Bible, I've discovered numerous connections between different parts of the text from just a single verse-- even a single word. The idea to create this website emerged upon encountering several Bible platforms that either charge a fee or require a subscription for access to analytical tools. Moreover, the completely free websites lacked features I desired for deeper Bible analysis. My vision for this website extends beyond merely offering a Bible Analysis platform. I aim to ensure it remains free, accessible, and user-friendly. Additionally, I want to incorporate a community component that will also remain free. I have observed other websites charging for such features (including subscriptions to recieve devotions), which deeply infuriates me.

Additionally, I am not accepting, nor will I accept, any donations through this website. This decision, inspired by the Holy Spirit, was only further affirmed after reflecting and coming across Matthew 10:9. That said, expect an advertisement free experience on this website.

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Why The Name "BibleHyperlinks"

The "Bible" part signifies that this is a website dedicated to the Bible. The "Hyperlinks" part was inspired by an image that depicted all the hyperlinks in the Bible (displayed below), sparking my fascination to create a personal tool, which I've made public through this website, to help assist in locating each hyperlink while studying the Bible.

Hyperlink Image

Why The Logo Design?

The abbreviation for "BibleHyperlinks" is BH. I was initially drawn to the concept of the B and H being joined together. However, aesthetically, the two letters looked better connected as HB. Therefore, to preserve the "HB" appearance while maintaining the original order "BH", I opted to rotate the letters onto their side. Interestingly, I discovered that "HB", when rotated in this manner, resembles a table bearing the Ten Commandments -- Which, I then decided to maintain the sideways "HB" motif and positioned the company's name, "BibleHyperlinks", to the right of the logo.

Why The Color Theme?

The Bible mentions a vast array of colors from which to choose. Initially, I was inclined towards Scarlett and Blue for the color theme. However, I struggled to find a visually appealing combination of Scarlett and Blue. Among the remaining available options, Purple and Gold emerged as the most complementary colors. Interestingly, purple clothing and gold are also mentioned in the Bible as offerings for the Tabernacle (Exodus 25:3-4), a place which the Ten Commandments (the "B" in the logo) was kept. It may be a stretch, but ultimately, this website is also my offering to God.

Devotions and Community


Within each analysis link, there will be an attached devotion found through this icon that I have personally conducted on the text if available. To access all devotions together, there is also a devotions tab found on the home page.

More Community Interactions

On top of providing your own analysis on a text, you as a community also have the opportunity to provide a message/ your own a devotion --an "Epistle of Encouragement"-- found through the icon, which will be sent to another random user keeping anonymity. All community interactions are monitored. In the event of abuse or bypassing of monitoring, please report it by clicking the icon or by clicking here.



Genesis 1:1 In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.

Genesis 1:2 The earth was without form and void, and darkness was over the face of the deep...

Genesis 1:3 And God said, “Let there be light,” and there was light.

Genesis 1:4 And God saw that the light was good. And God separated the light from the darkness.

Genesis 1:5 God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And there was evening and there was morning, the first day.


... so, of course, I must include a light mode, but what should the toggle/symbol look like? Well...


Genesis 1:14a And God said, “Let there be lights in the expanse of the heavens to separate the day from the night.

Genesis 1:16 And God made the two great lights—the greater light to rule the day and the lesser light to rule the night—and the stars.


Which is the sun for the day and the moon for the night... now try clicking on the following icon:

"Manga" Feature

Last but not least among my projects for this website, I am creating a manga that covers the entirety of the Bible. Click on each of the following options to learn more...

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The Prologue

The Dawn

The Promise

The Gift

The Helper

The End