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An all-new devotional Bible, the New Men’s Devotional Bible helps apply God’s Word to a new generation of Christian men. It includes a full year of all-new devotions by well-known—and not-so-well-known—men of God. Added features from its bestselling predecessor make this Bible more engaging, practical, and versatile than ever.Features:* Complete text of the NIV—the most read, most trusted Bible translation* A full year of weekday and weekend devotions along with application statements, questions for reflection, and more* Devotions written by a gifted author team also feature insights by Rob Bell, Chuck Colson, Brennan Manning, Brian McLaren, John Piper, Lee Strobel, Rick Warren, and Ravi Zacharias* Multiple reading plans for year-after-year use* Introductions for each book of the Bible* Over 400 callouts spotlighting key verses of the Bible for memorization and contemplation* Author index with biographical information on each contributor* Subject index to help you locate topics easily* Presentation page* Easy-to-read typesetting in a double-column format

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1 Essentials of Genesis Genesis (meaning ‘origin’) outlines the beginnings of human history. Filled with dramatic stories and characters, it’s an easy book to read devotionally. You’ll find God intimately involved in this book. He’s the Creator, diren?’ Still others might attack the source of your trust: ‘The Bible is full of inconsistencies, and you’re choosing to base your life on this book?’ How prepared are you for the assaults that will come your way? Do you have a tight grip on God’s truth? Think about this today: How will God’s truth impact your actions—from the time you set foot on the floor in the morning to the minute you go to bed tonight? you can you say Jesus is the only way to God?’ Some may appeal to your sense of freedom: ‘Doesn’t God want you to have any fun?’ Still others might attack the source of your trust: ‘The Bible is full of inconsistencies, and you’re choosing to base your life on this book?’ How prepared are you for the assaults that will come your way? Do you have a tight grip on God’s truth? Think about this today: How will God’s truth impact your actions—from the time you set foot on the floor in the morning to the minute you go to bed tonight?ice paid by a husband’s family was to be held in trust to provide for the wife if she were to find herself abandoned or widowed (31:14–16). * A man’s seal, cord and staff were symbols of his individual and corporate identity—the ancient equivalent of an I.D. card or signature (38:17–18). * Both the Egyptians and the Babylonians compiled ‘dream books,’ containing sample dreams with keys to their interpretation (40:8). * The philosophy behind the Egyptian practice of embalming was a belief that the body was to be preserved as a repository for the soul after death (50:2–3).

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