NavPressThe Message SOLO New Testament: An Uncommon Devotional - eBook
Bask in God's presence as you read, think, pray, and live his Word! Calling you to the ancient practice of lectio divina, "divine reading" Peterson offers more than 160 devotions featuring selected passages from The Message, reflection questions, prayer suggestions, and life applications. His guided meditations will help you better understand yourself and the God who created you. 161 pages, imitation leather from NavPress.
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Review 1 for The Message SOLO New Testament: An Uncommon Devotional - eBook
Excellent study companion
Date:January 27, 2012
I have not used the entire book yet, but what I have used has been great. Excellent companion book to more standard versions of the Bible. Interesting study suggestions, such as...
PRAY -- Tell Jesus what you admire about his willingness to come to earth and his way of being while here.
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Review 2 for The Message SOLO New Testament: An Uncommon Devotional - eBook
Incredible. Readable, refreshingly reveals, personal, thought provoking and bottom line truth applicable. All the things you want in a devotional and so seldom find. I have been a Christian for many years and have a BS in Bible - but The Message has made a huge difference in my spiritual life. Cant recommend it enough
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Review 3 for The Message SOLO New Testament: An Uncommon Devotional - eBook
I love this book! For anyone who wants to read and reflect on Scripture but finds the practice intimidating, this book gives you simple guidelines and a modern translation that is both readable and theologically and biblically sound. Eugene Peterson captures the essence of the Bible in the vernacular of the 21st century. I have recommended this book to my son who is a deeply spiritual young man as well as a poet who appreciates the beauty of language.