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How to Use the Ultimate Cross-Reference Treasury
 by Jerome H. Smith 

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How to Use the UCRT

In e-Sword, the UCRT (The Ultimate Cross Reference Treasury) will install as a Commentary module. Click on the "UCRT Cross References" tab to open it.


To use the UCRT, go to a verse of interest to you.  You might want to start out by going to a favorite verse.  Some people have chosen a "life verse."  If you have done that, try going to that verse.  You might wish to start with a Bible promise that has encouraged you.  Or, perhaps you have encountered a striking verse in your Bible reading, or perhaps you may want to explore further a verse your pastor used in the sermon.  In any case, navigate to a verse of interest in the e-Sword Bible software.

The UCRT provides cross references to just about every verse in the Bible.  The cross references are keyed to the main words, or the beginning words of a phrase or clause, in the verse displayed. Cross references are links to other verses in the Bible on the same theme, subject, topic, idea, cultural practice, or even figure of speech. Reading these verses will explain, reinforce, and otherwise illuminate the verse you start from.

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I have made use of several symbols to help you make more effective use of the cross references given.  The * symbol means the reference is very clearly related to the same theme.  A ** symbol means the cross reference is very important and should not be missed.  The + symbol means "find more here." The + symbol is very important when you want to find still more in the Bible related to the subject you are investigating.

The purpose of these symbols is to call attention to the verses that are most likely to be helpful, and where to find more.  Sometimes the Ultimate Cross Reference Treasury gives a great many references. When you do not have time to read them all, the symbols suggest the verses to look at first in terms of their clarity and impact.  There are many other symbols I have used with the references, but the +, the *, and the ** are the most important and most frequently used.

You can find a full list of the symbols by clicking on "Commentary" from the e-Sword menu and then on "Information." A window will open titled "UCRT Cross References Information."  After the PREFACE, I have provided a full list and explanation of SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS which you should study to get the most benefit from the helpful features in the Ultimate Cross Reference Treasury.

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