90 Days in John 14-17, Romans & James

Wisdom for the Christian life

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Ninety days of open-Bible devotionals with Timothy Keller and Sam Allberry. Includes space for journaling.

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Timothy Keller and Sam Allberry sit alongside you as you open up the treasures of three enriching parts of God’s Word. These inspirational readings are presented in beautiful hardback format, complete with ribbon marker and space for journaling.

Carefully-crafted questions, insightful explanations and helpful prompts to apply the Scriptures to your life will take you to the heart of God's word and then push God's word deep into your heart.

These 90 devotionals in John 14-17, Romans and James, taken from the Explore Quarterly range, are a great way to start reading the Bible. If you already spend time each day in God’s word, this book will take you deeper in to the riches of Scripture, drawing you closer to the Lord and gaining fresh appreciation for His love for us in Christ.

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Contents

  • Introduction
  • John 14-17
  • Romans
  • James

Specification

Author Timothy Keller, Sam Allberry
ISBN 9781784981228
Format Hardback
First published 2017
Dimensions 165mm x 235mm x 29mm
Language US English
Pages 288
Publisher The Good Book Company
Customer reviews

“Excellent”

Very concise and clear. The format really makes it easy to understand scripture. I highly recommend.


25/04/2017

“very helpful”

very helpful. thought provoking.


09/02/2017

“Not for me!”

I eagerly awaited my copy of 90 Days in Ruth, Jeremiah and 1 Corinthians by Mark Dever & Mike McKinley. But when I opened the book I was somewhat surprised - I should have used the 'look inside' link first. For a quality book of so many pages I was ready to settle down to some 'meaty' stuff. As a Christian for some 59 years I do admit to being well-read in evangelical theology - and this was probably the reason for my reaction. For those younger in the faith and who might enjoy the question-and-answer format I would seriously recommend this series, but for people like me I would suggest 'buyer beware'.

Hello, Sorry that this book didn’t edify you—we’ve found that the Explore format has almost always been well-received by mature, well-read Christians as much as new believers, and that the question-and-answer format helps (/challenges!) people to dig into the Bible text themselves to find fresh nuggets in it. If you’re looking for something a bit less ‘questiony’ and more ‘meaty’, have you tried the ‘God’s Word For You’ range? Many people use those for their devotional reading.


30/12/2016

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