Luke 5:16

Dad’s Bible: The Father’s Plan, NCV

Listen up, dads!   You need this Bible!

Many men just don’t enjoy reading, and I can understand.  However, this Bible helps make a daily devotional time quick and enjoyable.  Alongside your favorite scriptures are words of instruction and encouragement for becoming the father God wants you to be.  The New Century Version translation makes things clear and straightforward so that hard language isn’t a barrier.  Open it to any page and you’ll likely find notes on Walking in Authority, Passing it On, Dads in the Bible, Building your Children, and specific Insights.  It comes complete with a blank notes section in the back, an exhaustive Questions and Answers section, a lengthy Topical Index, and a section called God’s Word On… that helps you to find  just the right verse to fit any situation.

I really have enjoyed using this bible as a daily read because of the additional notes and sections that make real-life application so much more accessible.  Sections within the scriptures are clearly outlined with headings and the NCV is extremely easy to read and each book of the Bible begins with an introduction that ties the previous book with a summary of the one you’re about to read.

This could definitely be one of the best Bible versions that I’ve ever used.  I’m sure you’ll think so too.

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