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Morning And Evening (Daily Readings) Leather Bound – May 20, 2014
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C. H. Spurgeon, the great Victorian preacher, was one of the most influential people of the second half of the 19th Century. At the heart of his desire to preach was a fierce love of people, a desire that meant he did not neglect his pastoral ministry.
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Top customer reviews
The book is barely larger than a common checkbook, and is only 5/8" thick (not the almost one inch as listed under the book's dimensions), which is perfect for toting around (it fits perfectly and rather comfortably in the front pocket of a pair of Dockers). The cover is indeed a matt black finish, unlike the almost shiny appearance of leather Bible covers. The type is small but is very readable to my 41-year old eyes, with the morning reading on the left page and the evening's on the right. The paper is just like that of a good-quality Bible; thin, almost tissue paper-like, but not so thin that they're overly delicate. The golden edges and a black ribbon marker give the book a very "bible-esque" appearance.
I wasn't sure if the edition I ordered contained the original, unabridged work of Spurgeon, complete with all the "thee"s and "thou"s, which is what I wanted. To the best of my knowledge, this is an unabridged version, and does indeed contain Spurgeon's original language (which at times is a bit archaic, but hey, it's Spurgeon. It never hurts to open a dictionary once in a while). The Bible translation used is the King James (which at times is a bit archaic, but hey, it's a classic and still a very accurate translation. It never hurts to open a dictionary once in a while :-)).
After owning and reading this book for about a month, I'm very pleased with the overall construction of it. It's held up to being read and carried in my book bag or my pocket every day since receiving it. I'm also very pleased with the contents. I would highly recommend this book to anyone in search of a daily devotional who wants something more than most of the cotton candy-like fluff being passed off as Christian literature these days.
My father has a copy that has been read by multiple people multiple times. This doesn't have a chance of that.