The Daily Bible is a book for those of us who are interested in Christianity, who need to put all the words in the Bible together in a way that makes some sense.
This Bible is a religious study guide, a road map to getting through the Bible for those of us who do not completely understand it. The Daily Bible is a user-friendly Bible that helps people comprehend what is going on within the various sagas and tales of the Bible.
The Daily Bible is not a book for people who are looking for a particular verse, in a chapter, in a book of the Bible. That is not how this Bible is arranged, this Bible is set up into daily readings, like Good News or Daily Bread, so that we get through the scope of the Bible in a year.
This is a great book for those of us who already have access to a Gideon’s Bible, New King James Bible, New International Version Bible, New Revised Standard Version Bible, American Standard Version Bible, or even a pocket New Testament.
A lot of us get confused by the books available at the Family Life Center, or other Christian book store, or at least fail to learn more about the words in the Bible. The Daily Bible explains, in a biblical fashion, what the Bible is about. This is a great Christian book to read, that people at all reading levels and concentration abilities can understand. The Daily Bible is also a discipline, a program that will encourage a person to read the Bible in a year, which is neither too slowly, nor too quickly.
Some of us have a tendency to go off on a little two-week vacation, and read the whole Bible during that period, which smashes the Bible into something on the order of incomplete comprehension. The Daily Bible will allow a person like this to spread out their studies.
Then, there’s also unmotivated places and people who become unmotivational thinkers in these places, who need something written with at least a little bit of excitement in it in order to continue the spark of interest in the Bible. The Daily Bible is not overwhelming, it is a little Bible that encourages readers to read it.
Like the original, Bible most of the pages and days of the Daily Bible cover the Old Testament, with the New Testament readings on the pages to be read during the months of October, November, and December. Boxes of teaching notes cover the pages for the New Testament months, for instance, here is the box for October 27th, The Ministry Continues
“Such perceptive and authoritative teaching has obviously won the attention of the multitudes, who have long been disillusioned by the empty ritualism and superficiality of their present religious system. As Jesus’ fame continues to spread, John the Baptist sends a message to Jesus asking for final confirmation of his messiahship. John is perhaps sensing an impending death and undoubtedly wants to reassure himself that his own ministry has not been in vain. Jesus sends a message of reassurance and praises John for his courage and dedication as a servant of God.”
This is an elegant yet simple way of explaining the verses covered for the daily reading in the Daily Bible. The writing style for the explanation of the readings is nice, and does not distract the reader from the reading of the verses themselves.