To start, the individualized copies. Sometimes a few pages can be wrinkled and when straightened are not cut properly. I just trimmed them and consider them special rather than returning the copy. Which CBD will do no question about it.
This was my first concordance that I ever purchased, years ago. It changed my life!
A little confusing as to where the definitions were used in a slightly different way... [17x], [5x] as this, [4x] as this, and [8x] as this, but no which one is where. But except for a limited number of examples in other volumes I haven't found any that lists all of them. Maybe future volumes.
One thing that made me purchase this again, because I had one stolen, and gave one away, was because of one of the sections in the back where you can look up "names of God" for example. It is quite informative. Incedentally, the name Jehovah is not under "God... names of" but is listed under "Jehovah".
I do highly recommend this volume but do not limit yourself to only one. The most current one I have found to be excellent. (2015 edition)
Only beware of some misinterpretations. The word "law" in Hebrew can be "man's" or "God's" in the interlinears coded to Strong's, by a difference of one dot. Check out the spelling for "messenger" in Hebrew in 1 Sam 23 compared to everywhere else in 1 Sam. But that has to do with the interlinear bible itself. I think?
Strongest Strong's Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible, The 21st Century Edition
April 24, 2015
Love it, love it! Love the words of Jesus being in red. Really like all the helps in it as well, such as the Hebrew and Greek dictionaries, Nave's Topical Bible reference, etc. This book is indispensable.
This is the second book I've bought, I like to have one at both of my homes so I don't have to carry it with me. A splendid tool for Bible study and preparing written works. So easy to find anything in the Bible