The Living Commentary is a computer Bible program with Andrew’s personal study notes on over 18,000 verses. And as the name suggests, it’s an ongoing process. He still continues to update and write new notes all the time. Over the last six years, an average of 125 new notes have been added each month. The monthly updates are available for download, free of charge, from within the Wordsearch Bible software. As a bonus, the commentary also contains all the notes from the Life For Today study Bibles.
The Bible Sofware Includes:
- Andrew Wommack’s Commentary
- Mathew Henry’s Concise Commentary
- Adam Clarke’s Commentary
- Barne’s Notes on the New Testament
- King James Version
- Young’s Literal Translation
- American Standard Version
- WORDsearch Outlines
- Topical Cross References
* These resources are available directly from our software partner, WORDsearch Corp.
For more details, watch our Living Commentary Video. On the video, Andrew shares how he uses the WORDsearch Bible software for his personal study and some of the unique qualities of the Living Commentary.
Windows PC Version
- Windows 8, Windows 7, or Windows XP with Service Pack 3
- DVD ROM drive
- At least 2 GB of RAM
- At least 1 GB of free hard drive space
- Some features require an Internet connection
- A sound card is required for pronunciation features
Will the software run on Apple/Mac computers?
Yes, we now offer an Apple/Mac version of the Living Commentary.
Can I install the software on multiple computers?
Yes, you are free to buy a single copy of the software and install it on the computers in your household and the computer you use at work, etc. You may use a single subscription to install monthly updates on those computers.
What Bible versions are included?
The King James, American Standard and Young’s Literal translations of the Bible are included. You can buy other translations directly from our software partner WORDsearch.
Is Life for Today included?
Yes, notes from the Life for Today Study Bibles are included. Andrew has also added new comments on verses that already had Life for Today notes. See this screen shot for an example.
How is Life for Today different from the Living Commentary?
Life for Today is a Bible commentary Andrew wrote some years ago, which is limited to Matthew through 2 Timothy. The notes are in-depth, somewhat formal, and work well as reference material. The Life for Today study notes are available on our american website, in printed books, and are also included in the Living Commentary (screen shot). Life for Today is no longer being updated.
The Living Commentary is a Bible commentary that Andrew is working on now that covers many scriptures throughout the Bible. The notes are somewhat less detailed and written in an informal style that works well for personal devotional reading. The Living Commentary study notes are only available in our Bible software program. Work on the Living Commentary is ongoing, with many new notes being added each month.
There seems to be notes missing; where are they?
There aren’t notes on every verse in the Bible. If you notice a passage without notes, that’s perfectly normal. However, the number of notes grows with each monthly update, so the passage you’re interested in may be covered by Andrew in the future.
Are Andrew’s notes available in a different Bible program?
Andrew’s commentary is only available with the WORDsearch Bible program. We have no plans to publish the Living Commentary using any other Bible software.
Do you plan to publish a Living Commentary book?
No, we don’t plan to offer it in book form. Since Andrew adds many new study notes each month, a printed book would be obsolete before it was published.