Men's Devotional Bible Classic: With Daily Devotions from Godly Men
"The NIV Men’s Devotional Bible Classic is a spiritual resource and daily companion, offering you a higher perspective on the issues you grapple with in a down-to-earth world. Whether you’re a father or grandfather, are singled or married, the NIV Men’s Devotional Bible Classic is written for you by men like you. You’ll sit down with classic writers like Dietrich Bonhoeffer, C.S. Lewis, and A.W. Tozer, and you’ll savor the contemporary insight of Charles Colson, James Dobson, Chuck Swindoll, Ben Carson, Dave Dravecky, Charles Stanley, Bill Hybels, Tom Landry, Philip Yancey, and many others. Fifty-two weeks of devotions will challenge you, deepen your understanding of God, and help you serve him more faithfully. Brief daily devotional messages encourage and inspire you throughout the week, and for Saturdays and Sundays, “Weekending” leads you through a short reflective devotion and Scripture readings. The topics are broad, the issues important: Commitment. Friendship. Money. Anger. Work. Disappointment. Fatherhood. Stress. Integrity. Servanthood. Worship. Day by day, the NIV Men’s Devotional Bible Classic reveals the treasure of how biblical insight brings today’s troubles and triumphs into eternal perspective. A subject index offers easy access to topics addressed in the devotions, and an author index includes biographical information about each contributor. Also included are book introductions that provide background and perspective on the biblical narrative. You will learn to see the ways God works in your life through family, career and community, in failure and success, and through all seasons of life. You will discover insights that will impact your life, deepen your understanding of God, and give you the wisdom you need to live with courage and vision, no matter what your circumstances. NIV ©2011. The New International Version (NIV) translation of the Bible is the world’s most popular modern-English Bible—easy to understand, yet rich with the detail found in the original languages."