The Hebrew Bible is an object of linguistic, literary and historical research. Its text has been entered in a database with careful linguistic markup. This text database has a user friendly query language called MQL, implemented in the EMDROS database system (Open Source, emdros.org). Recently the database has been exported to a modern, interoperable format, Linguistic Annotation Framework (LAF). This paper discusses LAF-Fabric (GitHub, laf-fabric.readthedocs.org), a new tool to analyse LAF resources in general with an extension to process the Hebrew Bible in particular.