The New Testament of the Bible shares the message of the good news of salvation in Jesus Christ. These 27 books have been studied for centuries as people are drawn to the message of salvation by grace through faith. Even today, readers turn to the New Testament to learn from the truths within the pages and to apply those truths to their daily lives.
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About the Author
Kristi Burchfiel never thought that the difficult times she found herself stuck in would result in a Bible study. As a young pastor’s wife in rural Oklahoma, Kristi found herself digging deep into the book of Ecclesiastes looking for answers to the questions that overwhelmed her life: How do I prioritize my life? What things should I focus on? What do I do when things don’t work out my way? How do I avoid having regrets later on? Kristi’s notes and questions formed themselves into the book “Without Regrets: A Study of Ecclesiastes.”Now, Kristi is passionate about studying God's word and helping others to study, learn, and apply God's truth in their own lives. She currently writes daily devotionals on her blog and Facebook page, she is in the process of offering these devotionals along with book summaries as Ebooks in "The Daily Devotional Series", and has a second Bible Study, "The Decay Within: A Study of Amos" in production scheduled to be published early 2012.Whether it’s serving as a pastor’s wife, working a full time job for Michaels Arts and Crafts, or chasing her 5 year old daughter and 2 year old son, Kristi has learned what it means to live focused on God. She works daily to put that knowledge into practice and invites others to share in the peace of God through the truths found in God’s word from her books and devotionals.Kristi grew up in Valley Center, Kansas and received her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Oklahoma Baptist University in Shawnee, Oklahoma. She has been married to her husband D Burchfiel for 13 years, and they have 2 children, Rebekah and Andrew. They currently make their home in Wichita, Kansas where D is the pastor of Southwest Baptist Church.
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Reviewed by Joy Hannabass for Readers' Favorite Through spending daily time with God, Kristi Burchfiel created 'The Daily Devotional Series'. One thing that makes this different from most devotional books is that the devotions are in chronological order. Ms. Burchfiel starts in the first chapter of Matthew and goes through the last chapter of Revelation, and all of her devotions are listed in the order of each book and each chapter in that book. I really like this book of devotions. I have many devotionals, and this is the first one that is in chronological order. For each day, there is a scripture, an explanation of the scripture and a response to the scripture. Each devotion is very short, but don’t let that discourage you, because with each day’s devotion, you will find a special truth that will encourage you throughout the day. The more experienced Christian, as well as a new Christian, can use this devotional, because we all need to be reminded of God’s truth to us, and there is no better way than reading this book. This would be a great resource to use if you are reading through the Bible. "365 Devotions through the New Testament" is definitely a book I will be keeping on my Kindle. I will take it with me wherever I go, so I will have access to encouragement from God’s word when I need it! Also at the back of this book you will find other Devotionals from Kristi Burchfiel in 'The Daily Devotional Series'. Check them out. I am sure you will find one that will interest you. I encourage you to pick up a copy of this book and see for yourself just how awesome it is.