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The One Year Bible NIV Paperback – International Edition, November 19, 1986
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"The One Year?? Bible"
Premium Slimline Large Print
Millions of people have benefited from reading through God??'s Word by using "The One Year Bible." You can, too! Now there??'s a special Premium Slimline Large Print edition! This best-selling daily reading Bible divides the text into 365 sections, so you can read through the entire Bible in one unforgettable year???in as little as 15 minutes a day!
The entire New International Version text arranged in 365 daily readings
Convenience: No other ???through the Bible??? plan presents the entire Bible in such a user-friendly format.
Unique Design: Each 15-minute daily reading includes portions from the Old Testament, the New Testament, Psalms, and Proverbs. This arrangement of Scripture brings variety and a fresh approach to each day??'s reading while providing a clearer understanding of the Bible??'s larger message.
Attractive Layout: Complicated reading charts are obsolete! The One Year Bible has a simple and attractive layout that makes it fun and easy to use. It is also adaptable to two- and three-year reading plans.
Highlighted Scriptures: Each day??'s reading contains a highlighted passage to help you focus on a key verse.
Variety of Applications: "The One Year Bible" is ideal for personal devotions and instructional reading. It is also perfect for family Bible reading with children of all ages.
Begin your unforgettable journey today!
Take the first step by reading "The One Year Bible" from cover to cover, and see how God??'s Word comes alive in your life. You???ll never be the same. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Well, the idea is good one. I just could not get used to jumping around daily from Old,New,Old, etc. You were to read scripture from 5 different books of the bible, all written and planned out for you. But, you would read a little bit in Genesis, then Matthew, go to O.T. ,N.T. , and lastly the Old. I just couldn't get my brain to wrap around that idea.
It is a very well-made book. If you think you could follow that type of outline, I would certainly recommend this bible to anyone. It is a wonderful book.
Of course, the paperback version, though it is small, is still weightier and bulkier than a Kindle! That can be a bit tiring if you're not reading at a table.
What I didn't like about this paperback version is when two or more chapters are given in a devotion it's a bit of work figuring out where you're at. For example, Jan 3rd the devotion is Genesis 5:1-7:4. After you finish reading chapter 5, the only way that you know you've transitioned to chapter 6 is through the double space between the two chapters. I'm old fashioned in that I would like a giant "5" at the beginning of chapter 5 and a giant "6" at the beginning of chapter 6 so that I know where the separation takes place. Also, just for memorization.
Example: "Wow, that was an awesome verse! Wait... That was verse 18 of what chapter?" Then I have to thumb through the pages to look for the double spacing between the chapters. Let's just say that the double spacing is pretty tight and sometimes I have to look extra hard for it.
The Kindle version is great because I can change font size. Great even when the lighting is on the dim side. And of course having a Kindle version is better than holding the bulkier, weightier version of the study Bible.
What I didn't like about the Kindle version is that it doesn't have a "Next sub-Devotion" or "Previous sub-Devotion" key. For example, the devotion for Jan 4th has 4 sub-devotions. They are Genesis 8:1-10-32; Matthew 4:12-25; Psalm 4:1-8; and Proverbs 1:20-23. Genesis 9 has a lot of the begats, so let's say that I want to skip that for a few minutes and go directly to the Matthew part of the devotion. I have to keep hitting the page down key 19 times till I get there. Once again, a next/previous sub-devotion option would be nice.
Other than that, if you stick with it, you will have read the Bible in a whole year and that's REALLY what's more important!
The organization is not random. The design is carefully thought out and it is done by date. For example, each day has a passage from the old testament that stops at a good point in the story line. The new testament is similar--although we all know the best stories are in the old testament. There is always a short reading from Psalms and a short reading from Proverbs.
What's really neat is that the organization allows the reader to go through the Bible in one year, two or even three using the given layout.
It's nice, too, how they tell you in the beginning that if reading the whole Bible in one year is too much/intimidating/etc., that there are reading plans with this Bible to do it in two or even three years .. a thoughtful consideration.