Daily Chronological Bible-NKJV
Stories are basic to life. Everybody loves a good story. We have been reading, listening to, or watching stories all of our lives, so we intuitively know a lot about how they work. Yet, more and more, Christians are unfamiliar with the stories of the...+
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Stories are basic to life. Everybody loves a good story. We have been reading, listening to, or watching stories all of our lives, so we intuitively know a lot about how they work. Yet, more and more, Christians are unfamiliar with the stories of the Bible and how the grand narrative of God's Word fits together. Indeed, God gave us the stories of the Bible to reveal great truth about Himself and about our lives, and He wants to draw us into the ongoing story of what He is doing in the world. By focusing on the narrative framework of Scripture we can better understand what the Bible teaches and live out its instruction more effectively.
The" Daily Chronological Bible: NKJV Edition" presents the Bible in a narrative approach, utilizing a brand new, fresh chronological reading plan. It presents Scripture in three easy-to-remember main acts and seventeen total scenes, providing an introduction for each act and scene to orient the reader to its importance in the grand story. Unlike other chronological Bibles, this arrangement is not date specific, so a person can begin using this edition at any point in the calendar year.
- You'll find it easy to stay on schedule due to the 52-week reading plan (six readings a week)
- You'll get a better view of the God's grand story because the Bible is divided into three easy-to-remember acts--
Act 1: God's Plan for All People
Act 2: God's Covenant People
Act 3: God's New Covenant People
- With the entire Bible is composed of seventeen scenes helping readers understand how the smaller parts (scenes) of the story fit with the larger (acts).
- An introduction is provided for each act and scene to orient the reader to the importance of that act or scene in the grand story.
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