Core 52 : A Fifteen-Minute Daily Guide To Build Your Bible IQ In A Year
In just fifteen minutes a day, you can master the 52 most important verses in the Bible in a year.While there are lots of one-year Bible reading plans, few help you understand the words that you’re reading. What if we could introduce you to a Bible reading plan that would dramatically increase your mastery of the Bible in one year? Mark Moore coaches you through 52 of the Bible’s most important verses. These are the “core” of the Bible. Each verse clears the path to master and manage dozens of other verses that run along the same principle path. At the end of this journey, you will move from curiosity about the Bible to competence in the Bible. It is the quickest onramp to understanding the whole of God’s Word for your life.
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SKU (ISBN): 9780525653257
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: July 2019
Faith ARTpad 2 In 1 Bible Journaling Sheets$9.99Add to cart
Wholesale$ 5.00 / Min. order is 6
1. Create and embellish Bible pages
Create illuminated journaling artwork on blank side
Date and note your personal journey on back side
Detach at perferration for full sheet OR customize for2″ journaling Bible margins
Embellish meaningful Bible pages (adheres best with washi tape)
2. Keep as journal of illuminated artwork
Packaging : hangable ziplock bag
Grief Observed$15.99Add to cart
Written by C. S. Lewis with love and humility, this brief but poignant volume was first published in 1961 and courageously encounters the anger and heart-break that followed the death of his wife, an American-born poet, Joy Davidman. Handwritten entries from notebooks that Lewis found in his home capture the doubt and anguish that we all face in times of great loss. He questions his beliefs in this graceful and poignant affirmation of faith in the face of senseless loss.
Great Divorce$17.99Add to cart
C.S. Lewis takes us on a profound journey through both heaven and hell in this engaging allegorical tale. Using his extraordinary descriptive powers, Lewis introduces us to supernatural beings who will change the way we think about good and evil. In The Great Divorce C.S. Lewis again employs his formidable talent for fable and allegory. The writer, in a dream, finds himself in a bus which travels between Hell and Heaven. This is the starting point for an extraordinary meditation upon good and evil which takes issue with William Blake’s The Marriage of Heaven and Hell.