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the incredible, readable, livable Bible

For nearly 5 decades I’ve been regularly reading a book that still gets me high & excited when I read it. My daily experience of Bible reading is almost indescribable! Advertisements

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The inner Bible interpreter

The best interpreter of the Bible is the Holy Spirit speaking directly to your heart — not a preacher, commentary, FB post, Tweet, or Google search. Think outside yourself. Read the Bible daily and let Christ give you fresh, new … Continue reading

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A book helps me follow Jesus!

(Don’t listen to those who try to get you to think less of the Bible.) Some people claim to “follow Jesus, not a book,” but if they don’t obey the Bible, inspired by Jesus, do they really follow Him? The … Continue reading

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This dynamic best seller is a fire starter!

Communication is a form of creation. Words paint images. Read the Bible and let the words God spoke in the past paint your heart today. Much in the Bible I don’t understand, but the parts I do understand have transformed my … Continue reading

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Blind man seeing!

Bible reading — blind man seeing.

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What To Do When Culture Conflicts With The Bible

When I read the Bible, I encounter the living God and He speaks to me; comforts me; calls me, challenges me, inspires me, and strengthens me. I’ve read the Bible almost daily for 45 years and I stand by it … Continue reading

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I dare you to try The R5/NT/24 Miracle Challenge . . . (R5) Read at least 5 minutes every day in (NT) the New Testament for (24) 24 days. If you’ve got the courage to do this and not miss a single day, it will transform your life!

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