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The One Year Devotions for Men Paperback – October 1, 2001
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First and foremost, one would think a yearly devotional takes into consideration the seasons and celebrations typical to Christianity. At the very least appeal to the changing tights as we travel into certain holidays, and perhaps even relevant historical events.
There's none of that here. As far as I can tell y get a rand passage, that ultimately does little more than just describes historical significance, with a light touching on how it may apply to men.
Even taking that I t, I often struggled with the,light the author puts those in the ancient world in. For example (spoiler alert), the last devotional is Psalm 147. The author uses this as an example of how the Israelites had it together, and even with all of our technology, we are somehow missing the big picture and giving proper thanks to God. So... sure, that last part is the whole reason someone turns to a devotional. But I mean, let's think about it. The Psalm is written during the returning of the exiles. People that are missing it, and have missed it just as much as their modern counterparts. If anything, it's a call to... look how similar we are, despite the sparse of time.
I tried to put the above aside, but I also struggled with the male stereotypes used in the devotional. Apparently we are all sports-watching, misguided leaders of the house, and struggling in our jobs, because of the very few devotional here that actually touch on issues unique to men, these were the common themes.
I really did try to like it, and maybe it's something where there was an age-group mismatch (I'm in my thirties). However, as I read the last day, I finally smiled knowing it as over.
I highly recommend Our Dailey Bread or My Utmost for His Highest.
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This is a very good daily devotional study. It relates many Biblical occurrences to our time today. I would highly recommend it.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
The One Year Devotions for Men was recommended by my pastor for a daily devotional. I highly recommend it.Published 4 months ago by Miles Olin
I ordered this as a gift for my friend and he loves. I am glad I ordered this product for him.
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