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One Year Bible: The Living Bible

4.86 of 5 stars 4.86  ·  rating details  ·  7 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Paperback, 1200 pages
Published September 1st 1985 by Tyndale House Pub
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Molly
The One Year Bible makes reading the Bible daily manageable and even more enjoyable. I love looking forward to the next day's reading, whether it's continuing a story, or discovering a new Psalm and Proverb, or reading more of Jesus' teachings.

This Bible is even more memorable to me because our old, battered copy was what we used for our wedding ceremony.
Terri
It almost hurts not to give this 5 stars but I wanted to do something to distinguish between my different versions. I think I just so love my KJV that this reads a little too simple for me. I still like it when I'm comparing verses, though.
Cace
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Recommended to Cace by: Mom
Book is divided into 365 daily readings, so it will take me a year to finish.
Joy Longcop
this one is to be read every single day....:)
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