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eBook The One Year Bible Fifteenth Anniversary Edition NLT ePub

by Tyndale

  • ISBN: 0842355499
  • Category: Bible Study and Reference
  • Subcategory: Bibles
  • Author: Tyndale
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.; Anniversary edition (September 1, 2001)
  • Pages: 1472
  • ePub book: 1699 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1859 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 878

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Reading the One Year Bible is something I look forward to everyday! Being in God's Word is a gift I treasure and reading the old, the new, Psalm & Proverbs is very fulfilling! I highly recommend this book in any version; I like to change it up every year.

Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, In. 2001 . The One Year Bible presents the entire Bible in 365 daily reading portions, combining selections from the Old Testament, New Testament, Psalms, and Proverbs. Ideal for daily devotions, Scripture memorization, and family Bible-reading time.

New Year, The Month 8. the anniversary Feasts. 1 Kings 12:33 1 Kgs 12:33. Now in the fifteenth year of the reign of Tiberius Caesar, Pontius Pilate being governor of Judaea, and Herod being tetrarch of Galilee, and his brother Philip tetrarch of Ituraea and of the region of Trachonitis, and Lysanias the tetrarch of Abilene, KJV, HCSB, ISV, YLT, Darby, NASB, asv, net, am, J2000, leb, web, bbe, wnt.

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The One-Year NLT Bible is a great devotional that helped increase my understanding of many passages in the bible, and is an book that I would recommend to anyone who wants to know more about this product. I love this Bible! I began reading it last year while at the same time riding on my exercise bicycle. It is a great combination with the daily readings being about 15 minutes long (you may do one or two days readings at a time based on your schedule and energy level).

fascinating new perspective waiting for you in The One Year Chronological Bible. The One Year Chronological Bible NLT - eBook (9781414361628). Title: The One Year Chronological Bible NLT - eBook Format: DRM Protected ePub Vendor: Tyndale House Publication Date: 2011. ISBN: 9781414361628 ISBN-13: 9781414361628 Text Color: Black Letter Stock No: WW15739EB. Publisher's Description.

The One Year Bible, which helps you read the entire Bible in one year in as little as 15 minutes a day, has a fresh, new look. The One Year Bible guides readers through God’s Word with daily readings from the Old Testament, New Testament, Psalms, and Proverbs.

2007 Softcover New Living Translation NLT The One year Bible for Women.

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The One Year Bible presents the entire Bible in 365 daily reading portions, combining selections from the Old Testament, New Testament, Psalms, and Proverbs. Ideal for daily devotions, Scripture memorization, and family Bible-reading time. This special edition is available in two options: the softcover is valued priced; the hardcover edition comes with a CD-ROM of The One Year Bible―an even better value! Features: Daily readings include portions from OT, NT, Psalms, and Proverbs A key verse/section of Scripture is highlighted each day Presentation pages for gift-giving Easy-to-read, accurate NLT text

Comments

Keramar Keramar
It seems that most of the other reviews for this Bible were written by people who are already Christians and who have many years of experience reading the Bible, so I thought I would write one from my perspective also. I am not a Christian (at this point anyway) and I recently ordered this Bible because I decided it was time I actually made an effort to read it to decide for myself once and for all.

I have spent much of my life wondering whether any of Christianity's teachings were true or just wishful thinking, and perhaps also a good sales job perpetuated by ancient people with an agenda. But it's quite easy to have an uneducated opinion about something you vaguely know about but haven't actually read! So, I decided to actually start putting forth an effort to read the actual Bible, the whole thing, from beginning to end. I hoped that this exercise would put the issue to rest in my life and I would be able to decide once and for all what I thought about Christianity.

I ordered this Bible because the concept intrigued me - read the whole Bible in one year! A good friend of mine told me about the NLT translation and how great it was, so I ordered that version. I also ordered a "regular" NLT Study Bible that has a lot more notes and explanations about everything - introductions to the different parts and things like that.

I received this One Year Bible in August, and when I opened it up, I randomly flipped through and saw that there was a scheduled reading for each day. So I turned to the page for that date in August and started reading. I read the entry for that day. Then I skipped a few days, and finally got around to getting caught up on my reading. I had forgotten what that first day's reading was about, so I reviewed it a little, and then read the several days' worth of passages to get caught up to the present day. That's when I realized that the story continued from day to day!

This may sound silly to someone who knows the Bible well, but maybe it will make sense to someone like me who doesn't. I had thought that the people who developed this particular Bible reading method maybe had chopped the Bible up into various "pieces" which took up the right amount of time to read, but I hadn't realized that if you start reading this Bible on January 1 of a given year, you will start everything at the natural beginning. And if you happen to start reading it in August, you will be picking the book up in the very middle and it won't make much sense. It will be like picking up any other book and starting to read it in the middle.

Like others have said in their reviews, each day's scheduled reading includes some passages from the Old Testament, some from the New Testament, and then a few Psalms and Proverbs too. If you look at the January 1st entry, you'll see that the Old Testament reading starts with Genesis 1:1 (the beginning of the Old Testament), and the New Testament reading starts with Matthew 1:1 (the beginning of the New Testament). So if you start on January 1st, you'll start reading the beginning of the Old and the beginning of the New simultaneously, a little each day.

Well, by getting the book in August and starting to read the August entries, I was plopped down in the middle of the book of Job for the Old Testament and Corinthians for the New. So when I started reading, it all seemed very random in nature. I began to wonder if a bunch of random "pieces" of the Bible put together in some unknown sequence would have enough of an overall thread to teach me anything. But when I read several days' worth at one sitting, it dawned on me that yesterday's Job readings continued with today's Job readings and the same with Corinthians. I had an aha moment!

So I turned to the January 1st entry and saw that it began with Genesis as you might expect. Like I said, this may sound silly to someone who knows the Bible well (they might have immediately thought "what am I doing deep in the book of Job on the first day of reading?"), but I didn't know any better so I just kept reading.

So I have a suggestion for people like me who want to read the Bible for the first time ever and who don't happen to get it in their eager little hands until well after January 1 of a given year. The day you start reading it, just start at the beginning of the book as though it were January 1. That way, your readings will be in their proper sequence. I suppose the developers of this book could have titled the daily scheduled readings "Day 1" and "Day 2", etc., instead of "January 1" and "January 2" so people could start reading on any day of the year, but since they didn't do that, I think it would be helpful to just pretend they are titled that way and start reading on January 1 regardless of what date you actually start reading it. Another idea is to get this or give it as a Christmas present! That would make starting on January 1 very easy.

I also ordered a regular NLT Study Bible because I figured I should have one of those too. The One Year Bible is not a Study Bible, so there is a minimal amount of footnotes and no study explanations or background information (at least as far as I can see so far). It is strictly a Bible meant for daily reading (no disappointment there - it doesn't claim to be a Study Bible). If someone really wants to read the Bible for the first time, I would suggest they also get a Study Bible version for more in-depth understanding of what they are reading about.

Having said all that, I really like this Bible very much. I would have given it 5 stars but for some reason, the Amazon screen won't let me give more than 4 stars. But really, I have no complaint with it at all. I love the NLT translation. I vaguely remember the King James version from my youth with all the thee's and thou's and this is a HUGE improvement. It makes the Bible actually readable and comprehensible, and at the same time, it is my understanding that there is a ton of scholarly research behind it. So it's easy to read but not at the expense of being an accurate translation. I realize there are all sorts of other readable translations that were made prior to the NLT, but since I'm reading the Bible now for the first time, I decided to use this very recent translation that also had a good reputation for seriousness and accuracy.

And I really like the read-it-in-one-year concept with scheduled daily passages. Just start reading as though today is January 1, and things will make more sense. And if you can, it will be helpful to also refer to a Study Bible to occasionally get more background and explanation. But I really think having this One Year Bible will encourage me to keep up with it, since the passages aren't very long each day, and you think "surely I can read this for 10 or 15 minutes every day". So whoever thought of the concept had a really great idea, it seems to me. Definitely worth the money so far.
Gravelblade Gravelblade
This was purchased for easy, daily readings. I like that each days reading has a passage from the Old Testament, the New Testament, Psalms, and Proverbs and only takes about 15-20 minutes to read. The print is good sized and easy to read and each daily passage is dated starting with January 1. It would be nice if they made an edition that simply has Day 1, Day 2, etc. Overall this is a very nice daily reading Bible for anyone. Especially if you've never read it or you've tried to read the Bible before and didn't know where to start or got overwhelmed.
Jorius Jorius
This is undoubtedly the beast way that I have found to actually 'READ' the Bible in its entirety! Just a short time each day getting into Gods word has enriched my life incredibly. When I begin each day with the One Year Bible, I know my day may still have its ups and downs, but I have the Word of the Master to see me through!
Pettalo Pettalo
This is a very useful way to read the Bible through in a year. As I write this review, it is September and I began in January. The readings are broken into an Old Testament portion, a New Testament portion, a section in Psalms and another from Proverbs. I did not think that I would enjoy reading the Bible this way, but it was what our Pastor recommended for the year and I decided to accept that challenge. It's very useful to have the readings all ready for each day without having to flip through four times looking for the daily passages. I purchased the version for my Kindle which makes it especially easy and portable when I travel. The translation is the New Living Translation and I have enjoyed the freshness of the Word in this format. I found it entirely in keeping with other translations and it is readable and easy to understand. Five stars!
Chinon Chinon
Our Sunday School class decided as a class we would read through the Bible in 2017. I like the format of The One Year Bible as it is arranged in a format of January 1 through December 31 where you have four passage to read each day of the year. This format makes it easy to keep up by having a set of reading for each specific day of the year. This is my first look at the NLT paraphrased translation and it is very easy to understand. Although I like the NASB for my study translation the NLT has been enjoyable to read. I have the hard copy and also I have the electronic copy on my ipad under Kindle. When not at home it is much easier to have to read without having to keep up with the hard copy. I do recommend The One Year Bible NLT.
Gnng Gnng
I absolutely fell in love with the layout of this Bible when I received it. So much so that I picked it up and couldn't put it down. The NLT is a fantastic version and this book is well written. Be sure to read the introduction for many fascinating facts about your new Bible. While I know it's easy to skip right past the introduction, you won't want to do so in this case. You're sure to be elated with the knowledge that you gain as you will walk with confidence knowing what you know. I do suggest the Companion that goes along with this book. While I consider it a little pricey, ultimately, it's worth the investment as you grow with - and through - the information it contains. If you've ever felt lost in the dark with certain passages of Scripture, the Companion may just enlighten you. I felt that this Bible was adequately priced since it is not a hard cover. I use gel highlighters in this Bible all the time and write with ink continually. I have had no problems with bleed through. I also use washi tape periodically throughout the Book and have had no issues when I have had to pull it up. The pages in this Bible are on quality paper and are not as thin as some of the other Bibles you will find. I love the print size also. This is one of the best purchases of the Bible I have ever made.