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Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2015
Series: Two Minutes in the Bible
To find practical answers for everyday challenges, you can’t go wrong with the book of Proverbs. And to help you apply its timeless truth to every area of your own life, popular devotional writer Boyd Bailey offers these concise and down-to-earth daily readings.
Building strong relationships, achieving financial stability, speaking words that help and heal…you’ll find God’s plan for your success in all these areas and many more. Each brief devotion includes a verse or two from Proverbs, a short reflection, a question to help you remember the message and take appropriate action, and a short list of related Scripture references for further study.
Start each day with just two minutes in the Bible. You’ll soon be enjoying the benefits of a storehouse of wisdom in your heart.
Melissa LGender: Female4 Stars Out Of 52 Minutes Through In the Bible Through ProverbsOctober 14, 2015Melissa LGender: FemaleQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0Boyd Baily certainly has created a great reference for Christian living. I like that he used six different Bibles for his quotations instead of remaining with only one Bible and its wording. A Bible translation is what makes understanding the message easier for people. I personally drift away from the King James Version because I just cant understand it as well, but I do know others that thrive with it. Having the various translations opens the doors of understanding Gods word much easier for the reader. I was also encouraged by the related readings each section offered. Not only were there discussions on each topic but a list of four or more related passages within the Bible were provided to further explore. The topic ranges were vast showing that the Proverb passages were not just taken for their immediate meaning but torn apart and shown how it can apply to daily living today. For instance, Mr. Baily wrote on Marriage and used his related passages and the Proverb verse to assist diving into this subject. Then we read about midlife crisis and more passages are brought to our attention. I like that we were given material that makes us really think about what were reading and then we think of our own lives and how it fits. I really enjoyed this source of meditating on the book of Proverbs and how it relates to our daily lives.
I received this free eBook in exchange for an honest review.