Ninety days of open-Bible devotionals with Mark Dever and Mike McKinley. Includes space for journaling.
Anchor your soul in unchanging truth with these gospel-centered Explore devotions by Mark Dever and Mike McKinley. Enjoy the beautiful hardback format complete with marker ribbon 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 Ruth, Jeremiah and 1 Corinthians, 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.
|Author||Mark Dever, Mike McKinley|
|Dimensions||6.5" x 9.3" x 1.1"|
|Publisher||The Good Book Company|
If you want reliable guides to lead you, with a light but faithful touch, as you work through and apply chunks of Scripture in your own life, there's no need to look any further than this wonderful series.
We recently started using this for our family devotions and it has transformed them. The questions in the devotionals are simple enough for our 9 year old son to contemplate, but challenging enough to keep my wife and me discussing them after the kids have gone to bed. We typically don't do family devotions on Wednesdays because of our evening services, but my daughter asked the other day if we could start! I cannot speak highly enough about the blessing that this resource has been to our family.
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'.