The Daily Bible

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Harvest House, 1999 - Religion - 1728 pages
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In this bestselling and much-loved chronological presentation of the Bible, God’s story unfolds before readers each new day, giving a new appreciation of God’s plan for their lives. Reading the Bible becomes a fresh, living experience.

The Daily BibleŽ offers these helpful features:

  • The New International Version…the most popular modern version of Scripture, a highly respected and understandable translation.
  • Chronological/Historical arrangement of every book of the Bible…lets readers easily understand God’s redemptive plan as they read from creation to Revelation in the order the events actually occurred.
  • Devotional commentary…leads smoothly through Scripture, painting the scene for what is about to be read with historical and spiritual insights.
  • 365 convenient daily reading segments…arranged so all of God’s Word can be read in one year.
  • Topical arrangements for Proverbs and Ecclesiastes…enables readers to focus on specific aspects of God’s Wisdom.

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User Review  - Pamela Fortner -

I received this chronological Bible in 1990 and have read it most years since. I'll try another, but always come back to this one. My old copy is totally coming apart and I've requested a new one for this Christmas. Hope my husband is paying attention! Read full review

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User Review  - CRenae725 -

I love this Bible! I love being able to read through the Bible in a year, with some extra historical information added in. My two complaints with this Bible are first: Not all of Bible is contained ... Read full review

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About the author (1999)

Michael Whitworth preaches for the church in Bowie, Texas. He is the author of several books, including the award-winning "The Epic of God". He also authors the online blog Start2Finish, a reflection of his daily struggle to become more like Jesus. In his spare time, Michael enjoys drinking coffee, watching sports, and spending time with his awesome family and furry golden retriever.

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