A Time to Hope
Many of us have favourite Bible verses that we draw comfort from, but we don't always know their context or understand how they fit into the main story arc of the Bible. Tracing the big picture of God's story...
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Many of us have favourite Bible verses that we draw comfort from, but we don't always know their context or understand how they fit into the main story arc of the Bible.
Tracing the big picture of God's story through the key themes and events from Genesis to Revelation allows us to see the abundant riches in God's Word. As you read the unfolding story day by day, you can encounter God in all his glorious holiness and faithfulness.
If you have ever struggled to read the Bible from cover to cover, then this devotional will help you find a way in to God's big story and help you fall in love with Jesus all over again.
Content Benefits: This daily devotional provides an accessible way into the whole Bible story and will enable you to understand the story of God's salvation plan and his faithfulness through the ages.
Will help you understand the main themes of the Bible Provides a scriptural reflection and prayer for each day. Perfect for quiet times. Provides a structured plan to read the key parts of the Bible in a year. Provides an accessible entry point for those who want to read the whole Bible. Will help you see how the Bible fits together as a whole. Written in an engaging way that is suitable for all to understand. Gold foiling on cover images adds a luxurious feel. Hardback cover ensures the book is durable enough to be used every day. Hardback cover and foiling make this a gift that can be treasured. Will help you fall more in love with God as you see his faithfulness through the ages. A perfect gift for any occasion to inspire friends, family or loved ones. Naomi Reed was a missionary in Nepal, and she brings a fresh perspective to the reflections. Publisher - Authentic Media
Author of the bestselling title My Seventh Monsoon, Naomi Reed grew up in Sydney and trained as a physiotherapist, alongside her high-school sweetheart, Darren. After graduation, they married and worked in Sydney hospitals before answering God's call to the mission field in 1993.They spent six of the next thirteen years working in Nepal with the International Nepal Fellowship and it changed them irrevocably. They now eat rice for breakfast, leave their chappals at the door and pause interminably if you ask them where their home is. Their three sons, Stephen, Christopher and Jeremy, will tell you excitedly about their home in Nepal. They describe motor bike rides in the Himalayas and home school in their Nepali back garden.