In His Image: Devotional Bible, NLT {Review}

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In His Image: Devotional Bible, NLT {Review}In His Image Devotional Bible-NLT by Tyndale Bibles
Series: New Living Translation

Also in this series: New Living Translation - 2.0 - Sanctuary Bible
Also by this author: New Living Translation - 2.0 - Sanctuary Bible
ISBN: 1414337604
Genres: Bibles
Published by Tyndale House Publishers on October 25th 2010
Pages: 1398
Format: Hardcover
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The "In His Image Devotional Bible" will help you know God more deeply as you discover His attributes and character throughout Scripture. You will become more like Christ as you practice directed, prayerful reading of God's Word. Experience greater peace facing life's challenges as you learn to see God fully. The New Living Translation is an authoritative Bible translation, rendered faithfully into today's English from the ancient texts by 90 leading Bible scholars. The NLT's scholarship and clarity breathe life into even the most difficult-to-understand Bible passages--but even more powerful are stories of how people's lives are changing as the words speak directly to their hearts. That's why we call it "The Truth Made Clear."

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Starting with the cover, the first thing that I notice is a nice calming water, with a tree blossoming forth. Then in a light grey there are words across the middle that pretty much name it all…


The next thing that I notice is the size, this hardcover Bible is right about the same size as a regular trade paperback book and provides a familiar feeling to my hands. “In His Image”. What could be a more appropriate topic for devotion than that? On each right page there is a prayer and reflection that can provide even the shortest of devotions, but could also be extended to a longer period of meditation. On many left pages there is name of God that is highlighted and drawn out with a scripture verse. Every individual’s relationship with Christ is different and often a different name is appropriate from different hearts.

The Tyndale team did a great job with this Bible. The font is very attractive to the eye, with mostly black text and a soft blue for highlights (like the cover) it is calming and easy to find a reflective mood within. This an individual Bible. Although I’m sure you could tweak it to a group setting, this is a perfect Bible for private devotions and prayerful readings, prayerful reflections, and just starting points and enhancements on your own personal prayers. There are so many tools within the pages of this Bible that are so valuable. I am eager and glad to have it available for my own studies and highly recommend it.

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