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Explore the Depths of the Scriptures While You Read

Expect understanding! Experience the full meaning of God's Word. The Expanded Bible has been developed by a respected team of skilled Bible translators to make God's Word easier to understand--and more relevant and real for today's Christian--with innovative expansions in the text itself that exhibit the complete
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ebook, 1920 pages
Published November 7th 2011 by Thomas Nelson (first published August 11th 2009)
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