Tuesday, December 3, 2013

The Wayfinding Bible

The Wayfinding Bible from Tyndale is your ticket to traveling through the Bible with ease.  In the easy to read NLT translation, you will find yourself with three options on how you would like to travel.  Each one, a different reading plan, making stops throughout the Bible according to the route you chose.

If you are wanting a broad summary of the Bible with very few stops you would chose the Flyover Route.  Over a short 54 stops you can get a chronological view of the stories and events of the Bible.  This route would be the best for someone who is just starting out on their christian journey or for someone who has very limited time, but still wants to read some of the Bible.

Now, the next route you can take is the Direct route.  This route has 215 stops along the way and would make a great route to dig a little deeper and see a little more of the sites and events that the Bible has to offer. 

The longest route you can take is the Scenic route and this route will take a you a little over a year to complete it’s 386 readings.  The best part of this route is you will see all the sites.  You will stop everywhere through the Bible and be a part of the most beautiful stories ever told.  You will experience all of what the Bible has to offer. 

Included in this full color Bible are small fact and tidbits of information that will help you along your journey.  They are called Observation and Exploration points.  They are like your tour guide, explaining and expanding on what you are reading and studying. 

I like this Bible because, when you are reading it, you feel like you are taking a journey, not just reading a story.  It’s like having a ticket to go back in time to when the world began.  You are traveling through stories that shaped how the world is today.  So, go get the Wayfinding Bible and you will have your ticket to the most wonderful adventure ever. 

{I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher for the purpose of this review.  All opinions are my own.}

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