From BibleGateway.com is a helpful link giving the entire Bible on one page for a quick and easy lookup of Bible verses.
You may pick whatever version of Scripture you wish but the ESV (English Standard Version) is my preferred study bible at present, having used the NASB (New American Study Bible) through bible college and seminary; and the standard KJV (King James Version) in my "pre-birth/pre-revolutionary" days of Christianity.
And the ESV home site with John Piper's recommendation and the Standard Bible Society's mission statement:
I wanted a study bible which was both literal and idiomatic and for the present the ESV is the guide for me. My NASB was perfect but getting dated and the NIV (New International Version) lost too much in the translation and gave me shaded subjective viewpoints (still, I thought the OT side of the NIV more helpful than the NT side, but hey! the OT is in Hebrew which is a lot less specific as a language than the Koinonia Greek of the NT!).
I had studied Attic Greek ahead of Koinonia Greek and had become at-home with it before learning the Hebrew language in all its forms and beauty. For those looking for the actual manuscripts of the OT & NT Scriptures try these books which I used in sem (you'll want the hardcover edition for the Hebrew bible because of the many pages it will have in the volume):
The Greek New Testament With Greek-english Dictionary
by B. Aland (Editor), K. Aland (Editor), J. Karavidopoulos (Editor),
B. M. Metzger (Editor), C. M. Martini (Editor)
Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia (Hebrew Edition)
by Karl Elliger (Editor), Willhelm Rudolph (Editor)
(Don't forget a good lexicon and concordance to use with these tools for word studies)