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Holy Bible: Open Bible Completely Revised And Now Featuring 4,500 New Study Notes

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With all the great features that made earlier editions of The Open Bible so popular--including in-depth book introductions and outlines, Visual Survey of the Bible, study notes and maps, this newly revised and enlarged edition offers much more.
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Janet Mueller
I have been & will be reading this book on a daily basis whenever possible for the rest of my natural life. I have read through, studied with several Commentaries, & listened to teachings of the entire Bible many times over the years. The Church I have attended since 1983 (Calvary Chapels in Nevada & Appleton & Colorado-they are all over the US & world.) teaches the complete Word of God. Verse by verse & chapter by chapter. My understanding of God's Word is solid & al ...more
Poiema
I've used the Open Bible for over 20 years. My current edition is the New King James Version. Because I am a teacher, I find the most helpful tool to be the topical index at the front. By its own description, "The Topical Index....is a special kind of subject index that combines the best features of a concordance, a topical index, and the usable study features of a syllabus." It's an invaluable reference.
Jim Bethoney
This should be a no brainer, our Bible being our first and foremost read book. What I am learning is how to "Seek first His Kingdom and His Righteousness" first and foremost & to love God above all and my neighbor as myself.
Miguel
One of my favorite ways to explore the Bible. Good Introductions and smoother references than the Thompson Chain. The cyclopedic index is a work of art.
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