Everyday Matters Bible for Women review

I’m delighted to be able to put my hands and eyes on the Everyday Matters Bible for Women!
Refreshing and light, yet deep and insightful. Don’t ask me how those things go together, but they just do.

Every discipline is explored in four ways:

Everyday Matters. Two-page articles introduce major themes and focus on an essential part of understanding and practicing a discipline.
Everyday Profiles. Profiles of twenty-five Biblical women highlight a particular discipline.
Everyday Q & A’s. Short articles delve into a difficult aspect of the spiritual practice and offer practical help on incorporating the discipline into your daily life.
Everyday Reflections. Selections illustrate ways to personalize and apply God’s Word to your own situation.

I’m not reviewing the translation; which is NLT (New Living Translation), but rather the feature that I like most about this Bible.
This was a tough call, but I’d have to say that it’s Everyday Reflections.
I’d like to share one of the many that I enjoyed:

Praying Scripture

More than 300 articles and features by more than 140 of today’s most well-known Christian leaders and writers, including: Kay Warren, Priscilla Shirer, Elisa Morgan, Nancy & John Ortberg, Richard Foster, Liz Curtis Higgs, and Lauren Winner.

Special Features include . . .

• 4-color throughout
• Color-coded icons identify each Spiritual Discipline addressed in contributors’ material
• How to Use This Bible in a Small Group Study
• Index of Spiritual Practices
• Resources for further reading

I’ve found a specific “use” for my Everyday Matters Bible.
I recently started a Prayer Journal. I will use the Everyday Matters Bible as my go-to “prayer Bible” to highlight Scripture pertaining specifically to prayer, and recording how God speaks to me in prayer through the Scripture.
I’m looking forward to years of prayer with this Bible.

I rate the Everyday Matters Bible a 5 out of 5 coffee cups!

5 coffee cup review

You can purchase the Everyday Matters Bible for Women from Christian Book or a Christian retail stores near you.

The CWA Review Crew- Christian Women Reviewing

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