Daily Bread 5778 / 2017-2018
29 USD14.50 USD / In stock.
DAILY TORAH PORTIONS WITH THE REST OF SCRIPTURE!
More than just a one-year Bible reading plan! Every day, read one portion from the Torah, one from the Prophets, one from the Writings, and one from the Apostles (NT). Journal your studies in a daily devotional while following the biblical Hebrew calendar with all its feasts, special occasions, and historical events. Rich in features and detail, Daily Bread helps disciples of Messiah become disciplined students of the whole Bible.
Reading plan covers October 13, 2017 – October 2, 2018.
DR. MICHAEL BROWN WRITES:
“Have you wanted to read through the Torah together with the Jewish community worldwide, while at the same time going through the Scriptures in a year? You now have a terrific reading plan that takes you through the entire Bible on an annual basis while keeping with the rhythm of religious Jews everywhere, with references to the special days on the biblical and Jewish calendar, but this time, in the context of the full revelation of Scripture. And with a page to write on every day, you’ll be challenged to write out your reflections. A very practical tool!”
—Michael L. Brown, Ph.D. (President, Fire School of Ministry)
MESSIANIC RABBI JUSTER WRITES:
"My friend Lars Enarson has given the time and energy to understand the Bible from a Jewish contextual point of view. He has now produced a reading and diary plan that will be a great gain for the Messianic Body. One of the keys to discipleship is quality time given to reading the Word. I warmly commend this reading guide for devotions. I will be using it!"
—Daniel C. Juster, Th.D. (Tikkun International)
Beautiful Hardcover, Ribbon Marker
6.9x5 in (175x128 mm)
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