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Through the Bible, Through the Year: Daily Reflections from Genesis to…

by John Stott

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John Stott is one of my favorite Christian authors as you can tell from my library of books. This books is designed to be read from September through August. It has many new insights and interpretations that I had never heard. I hope if you are looking for a new devotional one year book that you might consider this one. It basically follows the Church Year. ( )
  MarthaLillie | Sep 12, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0801012678, Hardcover)

While many Christians are aware of and even adhere to the church calendar, few understand how it can enrich the way they read the Bible. Realizing this widespread need, respected preacher and scholar John Stott has assembled a new book that will guide readers through the Bible according to the church calendar. Seeking to renew a Trinitarian approach to Scripture, Stott divides these daily reflections into three sections. From September to December, Stott focuses on how God the Father revealed himself in the Old Testament. From January through Pentecost, he focuses on the life of Christ in and through the Gospels. And between May and August, Stott looks at the Holy Spirit in Acts, the epistles, and Revelation. Any Christian seeking to better understand the correlation between the calendar structure and the biblical story will be greatly enriched by this new material.

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