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Daily Light

by Samuel Bagster

Other authors: Morris Cerullo (Foreword)

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This is probably the most widely read collection of daily readings from the Bible ever published, and it is presented in this edition in the words of The New International Version (North American Edition). For three generations, Daily Light on the Daily Path has been a classic religious work, and it has gone through a countless number of printings. It was compiled by the descendants of the London bookseller, Samuel Bagster. Bagster's grandson, Robert, who died in 1924, wrote of the origins of this book, "Daily Light on the Daily Path was prepared entirely within the family. Few are able to appreciate the heart-searching care with which every text was selected, the days, nay the weeks of changes, alterations and improvements, until at last each page was passed to the printer." Here are two selections of Bible readings for every day in the year -- for Morning and Evening.… (more)
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Daily Scripture reading this is copy of Pearle Nickerson Walker as gift from Fred Phillips 1956
  antiqueart | Dec 8, 2013 |
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"Daily Light is made up entirely of Scripture verses, with the selections for each day -both the morning and evening readings -relating to a single theme. This devotional classic was compiled and published over a century ago by Samuel Bagster. It remains one of the world's most popular devotionals even today, because of its ability to meet the daily needs of every reader.

We commend this heartily for your daily reading." _Billy Graham ( )
  exinanition | Sep 2, 2013 |
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This is probably the most widely read collection of daily readings from the Bible ever published, and it is presented in this edition in the words of The New International Version (North American Edition). For three generations, Daily Light on the Daily Path has been a classic religious work, and it has gone through a countless number of printings. It was compiled by the descendants of the London bookseller, Samuel Bagster. Bagster's grandson, Robert, who died in 1924, wrote of the origins of this book, "Daily Light on the Daily Path was prepared entirely within the family. Few are able to appreciate the heart-searching care with which every text was selected, the days, nay the weeks of changes, alterations and improvements, until at last each page was passed to the printer." Here are two selections of Bible readings for every day in the year -- for Morning and Evening.

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