Complete Personalized Promise Bible: Every Promise in the Bible from Genesis to Revelation, Written Just for Youby James Riddle
The Complete Personalized Promise Bible walks readers through every/i>
In a culture of moral relativism, where absolute truth is questioned, if not outright attacked, James Riddle is convinced that nothing is more important for Christian believers than knowing exactly what the Bible says they have, what they can do, and how they are to act in Christ Jesus.
The Complete Personalized Promise Bible walks readers through every single promise in the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation. Carefully crafted from various translations, each promise faithfully expresses God's Word in heartfelt, personal prayer language. The author's intent is that by confessing these promises aloud, God's Word will become so rooted in the believer's spirit that he or she will not be able to turn from the truth, no matter how strong the attacks from the enemy.
Every promise is thoroughly cross-referenced, and a topical index of Scripture references helps the reader seek the counsel of God's Word in a specific area of their life.
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My husband and I have been blessed by reading aloud from this book every day. The biggest surprise for me has been the number of PROMISES God made to His People in the Old Testament. Although I value the entire Bible, in the past I have focused mainly on the New Testament. By focusing on His promises in the Old Testament -- for the first time I have felt how much love HE tried to show His Children from the beginning of time. Mr. Riddle has compiled an amazing work. Some might disagree with his 'selective' method of presentation -- try to keep in mind he had a single purpose in mind -- he does not try to present it as an entire Bible. When I was saved my aunt gave me a Bible and told me it contained PROMISES from God. I have always looked at the Bible from that point of view. But I know others who have looked at the Bible like a Book of Laws, or of "do's and don'ts" -- and this would speak to the heart of those people who have a distorted perception of God's Word to His Children.