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Bible Book Abbreviations Used by this Site
NOTE: Write Joshua chapter 3 verse 2 as Josh 3.2 -- NOT as Joshua 3:2

Acts - Acts
Amos - Amos
Colossians - Col
Daniel - Dan
Deuteronomy - Deu
Ecclesiates - Eccl
Ephesians - Eph
Esther - Esther
Exodus - Ex
Ezekiel - Ezek
Ezra - Ezra
First Chronicles - 1 Chron
First Corinthians - 1 Cor
First John - 1 John
First Kings - 1 Kings
First Peter - 1 Pet
First Samuel - 1 Sam
First Thessalonians - 1 Thes
First Timothy - 1 Tim
Galatians - Gal
Genesis - Gen
Habakkuk - Hab
Haggai - Hag
Hebrews - Heb
Hosea - Hos
Isaiah - Isa
James - Jam
Jeremiah - Jer
Job - Job
Joel - Joel
John - John
Jonah - Jonah
Joshua - Josh
Jude - Jude
Judges - Jud
Lamentations - Lam
Leviticus - Lev
Luke - Luke
Malachi - Mal
Mark - Mark
Matthew - Mt
Micah - Micah
Nahum - Nahum
Nehemiah - Neh
Numbers - Num
Obadiah - Obad
Philemon - Philemon
Philippians - Philipp
Proverbs - Prov
Psalms - Ps
Revelation - Rev
Romans - Rom
Ruth - Ruth
Second Chronicles - 2 Chron
Second Corinthians - 2 Cor
Second John - 2 John
Second Kings - 2 Kings
Second Peter - 2 Pet
Second Samuel - 2 Sam
Second Thessalonians - 2 Thes
Second Timothy - 2 Tim
Song of Solomon - Song
Third John - 3 John
Titus - Titus
Zechariah - Zech
Zephaniah - Zeph

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