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Thursday, June 2, 2011

Review: New Women's Devotional Bible


This is one of the perfect gifts that every Christian and new Christian - well to put it bluntly this is the one book that everyone in the world should own.


New Women's Devotional Bible
Review: New Women's Devotional Bible - Zondervan - September 2006
As a Christian, it seems quite odd reviewing a bible , as for me this is a book that is and should be my essential guidebook to life , and funnily enough when it comes to bibles I find that Zondervan is the best publishers and if you are just starting out as a Christian or have been one for a while and are a bit like me, then your preference for reading the word is in the language of NIV which translates into New International Version, this is the most common type of biblical language used in today's society. One thing that always stands out for me when it comes to bibles, is that no matter what you enjoy, whether you are female or male , old or young - there is a bible made especially for you and today's bible which is an appropiate topic to talk about as it's Sunday , is one made especially for all those women out there. It also happens to be the bible that hits as close as it could for me , as at the start of the year I decided it was time to buy a new bible and move from the Teens Bible to an Adult's bible and funnily enough , this was the exact Bible that I decided to buy from the Lighthouse Christian Bookstore in Tauranga. When you make the decision to purchase a bible, as there are so many out there now, you tend to scour through the different versions and types till you find the one that screams God's perfection for you and for me, it happened to be the New Women's Devotional Bible.
The New Women's Devotional Bible also includes:
 The  Complete text of the NIV-the most read, most trusted Bible translation• A full year of weekday and weekend devotions bring insight and inspiration. Also included are questions for reflection to help women apply God's Word to life.• Devotions by well-known-and not-so-well-known women of God, including Joni Eareckson Tada, Elisabeth Elliot, Lynne Hybels, Anne Graham Lotz,and Katie Brazelton• Multiple reading plans for year-after-year use• Introductions for each book of the Bible• 500 callouts spotlighting key verses of the Bible for memorization and contemplation• Author index with biographical information on each contributor• Subject index to help you locate topics easily• Presentation page• Double-column format    


1 comment:

  1. I'm really enjoying this Bible and its daily devotions. The only thing I wish is that it was easier to get back to the suggested readings once I've read the first one, instead of having to go to content and daily devotions and starting all over again. Maybe I'm not fully understanding how the Nook works in that regard.

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