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CS Lewis John Calvin Hannah Whithall Smith Brother Lawrence Charles Wesley Corrie ten Boom and others will help readers reflectively meditate on God's Word A full year of weekday and weekend devotions in the form of stories reflections poetr The Bible Hmm Wholly Unraveled help readers reflectively meditate on God's Word A full year of weekday and weekend devotions in the form of stories reflections poetr The Bible Hmm

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Classics Devotional Bible

Devotional and spiritual writings from over 100 heroes and heroines of the faith are integrated with the complete Bible text in this inspiring devotional Bible Insights from the hearts and minds of Christians through the centuries including Holy shit lit Greenlighting (Directors Cut heroes and Asphodel (The Underworld Trilogy, heroines of the faith are integrated with the complete Bible text in this inspiring devotional Bible Insights from the Aquinass Way to God hearts and minds of Christians through the centuries including Holy shit lit

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Y and hymns are with the Bible text Summary descriptions of each major period in church history including characteristics special concerns and uniue contributions are also included as well as reading plans author biographies subject index an Note Jan 18 2 Wholly Unraveled hymns are with the Bible text Summary descriptions of each major period in church Greenlighting (Directors Cut history including characteristics special concerns and uniue contributions are also included as well as reading plans author biographies subject index an Note Jan 18 2


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  1. says:

    Holy shit literally This book is riveting It is a fictional novel based on the life of a guy named Jesus who is one badass motherfucker The book chronicles some of his totally rad and awesome adventures such as turning water into wine and coming out of a cave after he died Any lover of fictional adventure books such as harry potter will love this book It does have some slower parts but it picks right back up every couple of chapters the chapters are creatively named after people Also I learned a lot from this book It had some good messages such as how killing and being gay are wrong Happy reading


  2. says:

    As nothing than a piece of literature this isn't even a good book As a basis for religion life andor government it's dangerous The entire Old Testament is filled to the brim with outrageous fiction and illustration after illustration of a diety who can't make up his mind doesn't think rationally and is ruled by emotion and reigns down punishment on beings he created knowing that the very composition of their beings would lead them away from his will This diety created two imperfect beings and set temptation directly in front of them and when they disobeyed him he was angry and told them to go make of themselves When they did he got angry with how disobedient they were and wiped them all out through extremely elaborate ineffective means on than one occasionwell almost all Nobody even knows who wrote the books of the Old Testament or exactly when they were written but they take them as absolute inerrant fact passed down from the mouth of god himselfThe Gospels of the New Testament are nothing than an illustration of a diety playing the part of a neglectful absentee parent who again through extremely elaborate and ineffective means attempted to get back in touch with his creations using a middle man The letters from Paul that comprise pretty much the remainder of the New Testament are nothing than the narrative of a mass murderer who never even met the man over whom he spent so much time raving Who wrote Revelation? Nobody knows although there's plenty of speculation Have the prophecies in Revelation come to pass? Nobody knows because everybody has interpreted them a different way Oh sure I could write something cryptic on a piece of paper about two women being pregnant with the same baby and eventually something would happen where I could twist my words just enough to prove my statement But that wouldn't make it factIf you want to read a book don't bother with this one If you want a basis for belief just look around you and think for yourself If you want to be a sheep and ignore the logic and reason inside that brain that god gave you this is your book


  3. says:

    I got my first Bible in 1974 and have been reading the Bible nearly daily since then I have at least six Bibles Two of them are falling apart I've read them so much God has such a great sense of humor Whatever page I turn to there is a message of what I need that day I was born three months premature and the doctors did not expect me to live Prayer made the difference I cannot get through a day without prayer; I do not know how anyone does The Bible helps me through the worst times in my life I highly recommend it to anyone who is Christian I highly recommend the Torah or the Koran to anyone who professes to be one of the other major religions in the world By reading the Bible one gains peace If we as individuals are peace filled we might bring peace to others in our world and peace to our world It's worth a try


  4. says:

    I have studied and read parts of the Bible throughout my life However I was never able to read the Bible from beginning to end I failed each time I tried I had even tried various Bible reading plans I think what I lacked at that time was commitment Well last year about this time I tried again This time I set time aside for devotion and Bible reading each morning I placed my Bible and computer on my nightstand I used the Our Daily Bread webpage for devotion It is a very short read with Bible passages The site also had a Bible reading plan which I followed I found that using the Bible Gateway webpage for Bible reading helpful One can also listen to an audio Bible as you read the New International VersionI intend to keep using this plan since I don’t believe one reading was enough for me to have a spiritual understanding of all that I read I feel blessed to have had an opportunity to accomplish this goal


  5. says:

    The Bible Hmm how do you review God's Word? people have attacked it scientists have expended their best energies trying to disprove it governments have butchered millions to kill it bu it remains 'For if their purpose or activity is of human origin it will fail but if it is from God you will not be able to stop these men; you will only find yourselves fighting against God'


  6. says:

    It would be an understatement to say that this book changed my life Knowing this book and its author is my life Just today I read Psalms 81 and Romans 5 and it breathed life and mystery into me for my day I have learned to better love the Saviour and hero of this book Jesus Christ and what my identity and life is in him I would say that this book best compares to the food and water that we need for our bodies In the same way we desire food and drink throughout our day so in the same way I thirst for the words of this book and the author of them it is also interesting to learn how many people have died for the preservation diginity and spreading of this powerful book What makes it so consuming and dangerous? What compels people to die for it? It is simply a beautiful book that can change the hearts of men and women


  7. says:

    Note Jan 18 2017 I edited this review just now to correct a typoI've read the Bible multiple times and intend to keep on reading it for the rest of my life I know it to be God's communication to humanity written by men under the guidance of His Spirit and revealing His nature His love His plans for the universe and for our salvation and the principles by which we should live It's a bedrock foundation of truth on which to build our lives


  8. says:

    It's the Bible aka God's Word aka the best and most influential book ever written What do I need to say?EDIT This is my umpteenth time reading through the Good Book in a year's timeand I plan on doing it again next year and every year after thatANOTHER EDIT My church declared 2018 the year of the Bible and encouraged us all to do a yearly reading plan that ended today; I just completed it minutes ago Lord willing I'll do a different yearly plan in 2019and as long as I'm alive and able to do soYET ANOTHER EDIT I did a plan that took me through the Psalms twice and Proverbs the rest of the Old Testament and the entire New Testament once It was tough to stick to especially when I was having tech problemsbut I did it I'm doing yet another plan in 2020


  9. says:

    The Holy Bible is a fictional historical epic with elements of fantasy and the supernatural in general Epic is a word not out of place here for the Holy Bible is indeed a very hefty read There are actually various versions of the texts the Hebrew and the Christian I will talk about the Christian edition here so when I say Holy Bible I will refer to itThe Holy Bible is primarily divided into two big chapters; the first is called the Old Testament and the other the New Testament Each of the two Testaments has its own subchapters with the latter in reality being a spin off of the former The Bible does not have a plot in the real sense of the word In fact it is much like Tolkien's Silmarillion which could be basically seen as an improved and definitely interesting version of the BibleThe central character in the Old Testament is a supernatural being referred to as God or Yahweh It is set in an alternate reality where he creates the world and humanity What we basically follow are the lives of various humans and their adventures throughout a long span of time in which God plays an active partIn the spin off the New Testament the main hero becomes a lowly carpenter and allegedly the son of God by the name of Jesus Even though ordinary in appearance Jesus has magical powers and is in fact himself considered a deity He decides to travel around the world gathering disciples much to the annoyance of the ruling Romans which do not look lightly upon it they fear this mysterious wizard Jesus that came out of nowhere could be a threat to them In this part of the Bible God plays only a minor role appearing only in specific instances crucial to the advancement of the plotAlthough from the plot summary it may seem that the Bible is indeed and intrigue filled and exciting read it is not There are so many problems with it I don't know where to beginFirst and most important of all the writing style and verbosity are piss poor In all honesty it is style wise a literal abomination There are many many repetitions in the narrative and the story is conveyed in an almost childish form of seuential expression like Character A did this Then he said blah blah Then character B went there and did something else Believe me it gets tedious very very fast Not to say it is at times so convoluted it'll make your brains hurtThere is also very little to no character development let alone character descriptions People and deities pop out of the blue enter abruptly and leave even so In addition about 80% of the characters are total fillers sons of sons of sons mentioned in name only and holding no relevance to the story You know a book is bad when all you know about your main hero is his name; you simply cannot connect with him or any other for that matterThe exact same issues are with locales Not a word of the surroundings and basically you have no idea how the world the story takes place looks likeBesides there are obvious inconsistencies even within the small amount of development present For example it is said that God is an all powerful merciful supreme being on a higher state of evolution unfathomable to our puny minds You would assume that if such a being indeed existed it would have advanced beyond petty human concerns and concepts such as revenge jealousy egoism or hate Well despite his alleged kindheartedness all this God does is throw threats at his subjects and then proceeds to punish them in many painful ways often condemning whole generations for the supposed sins of one man or woman He demands unuestionable obedience and even gives an ultimatum live your life as I command or forever face eternal torment in a horrendous place called Hell Basically God is the ultimate opportunist he will aid you only if it will somehow benefit him in the future If not he won't move a finger and there is likely a chance he'll put a curse on you for bothering himHe is also uite bloodthirsty in the case of two brothers Cain and Abel for example he shunned Cain's tribute consisting of products of the land fruits and such while he looked very kindly upon Abel's blood sacrifice in the form of slaughtered animals As the story develops God or less directly is responsible for several genocides and other criminal actsIn the spin off the New Testament there is a blatant occurrence of a shortage of ideas There the course of Jesus' life is accounted by four different writers with minimal differences So you could say you get the same event re told four times I mean really shame on youAlthough there are many battles and action scenes I said before the book covers a very great time span they are written no better than the rest of this shlock Overall a serious rewrite is needed if this is ever going to become at least a somewhat enjoyable readAnd it is simply mind boggling that despite its major flaws and almost no redeeming uality this literary piece is regarded in such a high esteem The farce goes even further and the Bible is officially the world's #1 bestseller of all times having sold billions of copies worldwideAvoid this by all means; read Tolkien instead


  10. says:

    How does one rate the Bible? Honestly I’ve just spent the past 20 minutes reading GR reviews The glowing reviews made me laugh oh you lol The bad reviews made me laugh oh you lol I’ve only ever read translations so I can’t rightfully give it 5 stars And I’m not interested in learning a foreign language for the sole purpose of reading it so I probably never will give it 5 stars But it has been around for a very long time and most of the books published in the world don’t have that kind of staying power so I think it deserves than 1 or 2 stars even if you don't agree with what's inside it So anyway I’ve settled on 4 I haven’t touched a Bible in ages aside from dusting it off but I have read this book in its entirety both for personal and educational reasons—I went to a private college where we were all reuired to take a class called “The Bible” It was actually one of the interesting classes I’ve ever taken because even though it was taught by a Lutheran pastor we were studying the events from a historical perspective rather than from a religious standpoint It was fascinating