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NIV, Bible in 90 Days, Paperback: Cover to Cover in 12 Pages a Day Paperback – September 1, 2015
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Does anyone know of a Kindle Bible that has NO VERSE NUMBERS in it? I would love to have my Alexa or Kindle read the Bible to me but hearing it read out all the numbers is super distracting.
I purchased this based on the recommendation that it would be good to use with Alexa and, based on that, I am extremely disappointed. Other than that, it's fine. Just don't try to get Alexa to read it to you.
I'm switching to the YouVersion app to follow my 90 reading plan, it has an audible option and it reminds me to read every day. I need some technological assistance too stay on track of the reading plan
However, yesterday I was reading Proverbs 28:17 and thought - hum so Judas did the right thing when he committed suicide and if I had been there I should not have tried to stop him. The verse says: "Anyone tormented by the guilt of murder will seek refuge in the grave; let no one hold them back."
This was an admittedly strange thought for a Christian who believes all life is precious to God. The hardcopy version of the book (I bought both being uncertain which I would enjoy reading the most) uses the NIV translation. It says: "A man tormented by the guilt of murder will be a fugitive till death, let no one support him."
One of Ted Cooper's benefits of having everyone in class use the same book is (see page 1061):
"No discussion time is wasted as participants compare disparate translations of the same verses."
I am not an NIV only reader and once I read the Bible cover to cover using "The Message" and enjoyed that as well. However, I find it perverse to have used a different translation in the Kindle version than in the hardcopy version. This review is warning to group leaders and group participants. If anyone knows what translation was used please post that back.
In conclusion, I think the 90 day program is excellent and I recommend it and if you are doing it alone any translation is beneficial, including this one. I will keep using it and do not feel like I wasted my $7. I love the large font on my Kindle.
P.S. - Please do not post back about Judas, I know that he should have repented. That is not the point of this review. My only point is that the Kindle version and the hardcopy version use different translations.
12 pages a day might not sound like too much, but 12 pages of Scripture is dense & demanding. Making it through Leviticus is a challenge to get through! This alone caused many to abandon the journey.
There is another program that leads readers through the Bible in 1 year. In this program readers read from several different parts of the Bible each day, they may read several chapters of an Old Testament book, a Psalm, & chapters from the Gospel/Epistles.
The pros & cons of the programs are varied.
-With the 90 day Bible program you understand the entirety of Scripture. You read it from start to finish! You read what comes next. But some parts of Scripture are emotionally draining & difficult to read. With the Bible in 1 year you do not get the chronological order of Scripture, but you might feel more motivated to continue because you are introduced to varied subjects each day.
-The 90 day Bible program is done in 3 months. You make a 3 month commitment to read 12 pages of Scripture, & you have completed your goal. But those 12 pages are long! They took me 30 minutes or more to read. The Bible in 1 year gives you shorter, more manageable readings each day. But you have to commit to the program for an entire calendar year. This is a big commitment! It is easy to get behind & believe that you will catch up, but those "catch up" days become very overwhelming after several days/weeks/months (gasp!).
-The pros of both programs are the materials that accompany the readings. There are wonderful adult education materials that will bless & encourage participants on the journey.
If you choose either programs you will be edified in your readings & challenged by the message of Scripture. Take the journey, make the commitment, & see what wonderful things await you.