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Item description for My Time with God-NCV by Nelson Bibles...
Overview Proven by more than a quarter million copies sold, this is the perfect tool for daily Bible reading.
Using the easiest to understand translation - the New Century Version - My Time with God has daily readings that take you through the entire New Testament in a year. The 52-week devotional allows for one reading a day Monday through Friday plus one for the weekend - a total of 312 readings. Designed for the busy person, the manageable approach of My Time With God can help anyone make Bible reading an integral part of daily living.
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7" Width: 5.1" Height: 1" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2008
Publisher Thomas Nelson
ISBN 0718025385 ISBN13 9780718025380
Bible Binding: Cloth Color: Red Point/Type Size: 8.00 Version: NCV
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Nelson Bibles is a division of Thomas Nelson Publishing - a successful publisher of titles in the North American Market.
Nelson Bibles is now part of HarperCollins, the publishing unit of News Corp, thanks to the acquisition of its parent company Thomas Nelson Publishers.
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Reviews - What do customers think about My Time with God?
Makes Quiet Time Easier May 22, 2010
I really enjoy this devotional. It is portable and easy to take around with me throughout the day to make sure I spend time with God. I enjoy the format - an old testament scripture that usually ties in with the new. The commentaries are interesting and there are questions to ponder at the end. My only complaint - I wish they made it in a more common translation -- like NIV, NKJV or NASB. I think the NCV is more of a paraphrase. It would be a good gift to someone who is a new believer because the NCV is a little more plain-speaking and easier to understand.