Thursday, October 9, 2014

NIV ONCE A-DAY BIBLE [for leaders]

If you must choose between purchasing me either leather bound book of Bible promises (of which I have) and a paper back copy of the NIV ONCE A-DAY BIBLE {for leaders] the Bible wold be the better choice.
This New International Version of the Bible assigns a set number of Bible verses to each day which will facilitate the reader completing all 66 books of the Bible in 365 days. Traditionally people commit to reading the Bible in one year beginning January 1st, because the publisher, Zondervan, did not assign specific dates to the daily reading but numbered the day instead the reader can start as soon as he or she purchases the book. With other Bible reading plans It is important to read March 5ths reading on March 5th otherwise you will become overwelmed if you get behind. With THE NIV ONCE A-DAY BIBLE (for leaders) if you read 220 days in a row and then skip a day or two there is no stress just read day 221 and continue- no dates to catch up on.
The NIV ONCE A-DAY BIBLE {for leaders} Blends Old and New Testament books of the Bible along with a Proverb or Psalms. At the end of each day the section entitled “Reflections allows a leader to meditate on what was just read and consider how the words can be applied to his or her life. These motivating thoughts are from such great leaders as: Max Lucado, Ken Blanchard, Joyce Meyer, David Platt, Charles R Swindoll and Rick Warren.
This is a great Bible, I have a couple of Bibles that focus on leadership but I actually like this one better. The reading plan is practical. The words of reflection are motivational.

This is an excellent Bible for anyone in any type of leadership position and I recommend it. This would make a great Christmas present.

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