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The Daily Bible® -- in Chronological Order (NIV®)

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7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

Easy to read, hard to put down!

Reading the Bible in chronological order is helpful, because it's the way we think. When reading the Old Testament, I used to always struggle to figure out where the prophetic writings fit in with Israel's history. Smith puts them in their chronological place. He does t...
Reading the Bible in chronological order is helpful, because it's the way we think. When reading the Old Testament, I used to always struggle to figure out where the prophetic writings fit in with Israel's history. Smith puts them in their chronological place. He does the same with Paul's letters--they are interwoven with the book of Acts. I highly recommend this Bible as a great way to read through the Bible from beginning to end. I know many people who have become excited about Bible reading for the first time because of this book.

posted by Anonymous on July 31, 2002

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3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

A great encouragement to keep on reading thru the Bible on a daily basis! The organization by subjects makes this a unique compilation of the Scriptures for better understanding and also for later reference.

As with any commentary, one must be careful. I believe in inductive Bible study where we let scripture interpret scripture and discover truth for ourselves. However, after doing this, it is often helpful to read commentaries. But, only after one has thoroughly studie...
As with any commentary, one must be careful. I believe in inductive Bible study where we let scripture interpret scripture and discover truth for ourselves. However, after doing this, it is often helpful to read commentaries. But, only after one has thoroughly studied The Word personally and let the Holy Spirit teach us should we consult commentaries.
Since I have studied the Feasts of the Lord for several years now, I was disturbed with the February 20 reading. I could not find on-line how to contact the author, but would like to address my concerns.

I believe in item #2. "Feast of Weeks (Harvest or Firstfruits)", that 2 Feasts are being erroneously combined here. I agree that the Feast of Weeks (or Pentacost as is known today by Christians today)is one of the 3 "major" feasts when the Lord required Israelites to go to Jerusalem. However, Feast of Firstfruits is not the same feast. It is celebrated earlier... see Leviticus 23.

There are 7 Feasts of the Lord... 3 in the spring, then 50 days later Pentacost or Feast of Weeks and then 3 feasts in the fall. SPRING: Passover, Unleavened Bread & 1st Fruits pointed forward to Jesus as our perfect Lamb, He was sinless (unleavened bread), and He arose on the 3rd day (1st Fruits of our resurrection); then Pentacost (Holy Spirit comes upon the believers & also could represent the Church of Jews and Gentiles with the 2 loaves of leavened bread), then in the FALL: Trumpets (points to the time when the last trump will sound and Jesus will return), Yom Kippur (Zech 12: all the tribes will mourn when they see Him), and Sukkot (see Zech 14... all the nations will come up to Jerusalem to celebrate this and Jesus will physically "Tabernacle" with us in the flesh.

posted by Yeshua-Lover on February 22, 2009

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