GOD’S STORY IN 66 VERSES By: Stan Guthrie

1/21/2015 Posted

GOD’S STORY IN 66 VERSES
By:
Stan Guthrie

If you are new to the Bible or even an old every day reader of the best book ever written “THE BIBLE”. This is a great little book to have I enjoyed it a lot. Even with focusing on just one verse in each book was great. It helps because you aren’t reading a lot and getting confused. This book will help you understand that book of the Bible

Guthrie identifies the verse that he feels captures the main book and there he goes a little further on that theme. He only writes 3-4 pages on that book. There in the pages he gives scripture example 912:31-32). So you can have your Bible along with the book which is great. I love the story of Moses. Guthrie had things in this book I never gave a thought to about Moses.

This book would be a great way to introduce a new comer or someone that really doesn’t know if he wants to come to the Lord or you want to help them get interested in our “Lord” an easier way then having them try to read the whole Bible.

Mr Guthrie did a wonderful job on writing the biblical narration of this book to condensed the stories of the Bible so that you can understand and learn what each book is telling you about God pursuing sinners and the love he has for all of us through out the whole bible and he tells you all about God in 66 short verses.

I recommend this book highly for anyone. You won’t be sorry you bought it.

I received this book free from Blogging for books for an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review just an honest one. The opinions I have expressed are entirely my own and no one eles’s.

5 Stars
ISBN 978-1-4002-0642-1

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