I've released Daily Bible and Prayer 2.3 today. This new version of DBAP adds integration for SwordSearcher. If you have SwordSearcher 5.3 or later installed, Daily Bible and Prayer can open verses inside of SwordSearcher for extended study. SwordSearcher integration features are only available when SwordSearcher is also installed on your computer. This simple integration lets you use Daily Bible and Prayer to create reading plans and read the text without distractions, but also gives you the power to begin an in-depth study on any verse instantly in SwordSearcher. Daily Bible and Prayer is now freeware. After considering this for a while I decided that I would like to provide DBAP as a lightweight, free program that anyone can use without restrictions or limitations for their daily walk. Of course, it is hoped that people who start using Daily Bible and Prayer may consider buying SwordSearcher for their more "in depth" study times. And, with this new integration support, perhaps SwordSearcher users will also find additional value in using Daily Bible and Prayer as well. (In anticipation of this, I stopped promoting Daily Bible and Prayer on the SwordSearcher website earlier this year.) For more information on Daily Bible and Prayer see the DBAP website. Download it here. Just for clarification: Daily Bible and Prayer and SwordSearcher are two different programs from the same author (yours truly ). Daily Bible and Prayer does not offer any Bible searching, topical tools, or any other library study functions. That is what SwordSearcher is for. Daily Bible and Prayer is for doing daily Bible reading plans (including custom plan schedules) and prayer tracking. It also includes the Faith's Checkbook devotional. Make no mistake about it; DBAP becoming freeware does not in any way indicate a change in SwordSearcher development! SwordSearcher is still my passion and will still be continually developed (and sold) for the foreseeable future.