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New Testament in One Year

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Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John four times in one year. Includes Acts 1 and Revelation 1-3. World English Bible

“By beholding Christ, you will become changed, until you will hate your former pride, your former vanity and self-esteem, your self-righteousness and unbelief. You will cast these sins aside as a worthless burden, and walk humbly, meekly, trustfully, before God. You will practice love, patience, gentleness, goodness, mercy, and every grace that dwells in the child of God, and will at last find a place among the sanctified and holy.” -- Ellen G. White, Selected Messages, Book 1, page 388

Today's Devotion

Daily Light on the Daily Path is one of the most beloved devotionals of all time. Each morning and evening devotion is a short Bible study with scriptures from the King James Bible compiled according to a biblical theme, with no anecdotes, commentary, or stories to distract the reader, thus permitting the scriptures to speak for themselves.

Today's Devotion

Portraits of Jesus is a collection of the names, titles, and appellations by which Christ is portrayed in the Bible. Each devotion has a Bible text, containing a name or title of Jesus. Accompanying the text for each day is an appropriate commentary on the day's title, followed by a relevant quotation from the writings of Ellen G. White and a written meditation prayer.

Today's Devotion

Faith's Checkbook is a collection of daily Bible promises from God's Word. Each verse is followed by a brief thought or application.

"A promise from God may very instructively be compared to a check payable to order. It is given to the believer with the view of bestowing upon him some good thing. It is not meant that he should read it over comfortably, and then have done with it. No, he is to treat the promise as a reality, as a man treats a check. God has given no pledge which He will not redeem, and encouraged no hope which He will not fulfill."-- Charles Haddon Spurgeon



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