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The Story of Jesus, NIV: Experience the Life of Jesus as One Seamless Story

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The Story of Jesus is a short, easy-to-follow ebook that uses the clear, accessible language of the New International Version to offer a revealing, insightful look at the most significant human being who ever lived. Compelling and powerful, it shares Jesus' story in one seamless narrative. Whether it's a gift, the basis for a group study, or just a keepsake for yourself, T ...more
ebook, 200 pages
Published October 4th 2011 by Zondervan (first published September 20th 2011)
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Experience The Life Of Jesus As One Seamless Story

The Story Of Jesus is my first completed read of the New Year. As a former librarian and a recovering biblioholic, one of my goals for the New Year isn't to read more but to FINISH more of what I start reading and also to be a more consistent blogger. What better way to accomplish both than to blog about books that are approx. 100 pgs. or less as I complete them! What drew me to The Story Of Jesus (112 pgs.) is it allows you to experience the lif
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Chandra Boulden
I was hoping this would read more like a novel, but it's very similar to the Bible without all of the genealogy and repetition. Certainly a different perspective, and great to basically get most of the highlights of the Bible in a short period of time so it's easier to make connections. There were some stories omitted that I thought should have been included.
Jock Zollinger
This book is about Jesus and his journey of life. This book uses scripture from the NIV, but puts Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John to make one book. I would really recommend this book because it make you think what will happen next. I would rate this five stars because I like bible stories.
Nan
Leads you through the life of Jesus and the events following His resurrection and assencion, his disciples, and the beginnings of the Christian faith, the early church.
Rochelle Celeste
A wonderful narrative of the life and works of Jesus Christ.
Heather Wilmoth
It was excellent!
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