Dark Mode. Version 2.4 introduces a new feature: dark mode.Setting dark mode changes the colour scheme, so the background colour is dark – nearly black – and the text is pale. This setting is useful for using the oremus Bible Browser in a dark setting, for example at a nighttime service in a …
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Oremus ( Latin: "Let us pray") is the invitation to pray, said before short prayers in the Catholic Mass and the Lutheran Divine Service, as well as other Western liturgies.How do you get the Bible on Oremus?
The oremus Bible Browser is a simple, friendly way of accessing bible texts. reference to a bible passage in the box and press ‘return’, and the passage will be displayed. Optionally, you can tap the search icon () rather than using the ‘return’ key.Who is the copyright holder of the Oremus Bible?
29 April 2019 oremus Bible Browser is copyright © 1998–2019Simon Kershaw <[email protected]>. All rights reserved. Some of the texts included in the oremus Bible Browser are copyright © the individual copyright holders, and are used by permission.Is the Oremus Bible browser free in the UK?
The oremus Bible Browser is, and always has been, offered free of any charge. If you would like to make a contribution to costs then donations may be made via PayPal ar Amazon to [email protected] To use PayPal, simply browse to paypal.me/SimonKershaw, enter the amount and click or tap the “Next” button.
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