• READ YOUR BIBLE DAILY !!! A Basic Bible Teaching on The Bible!
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  • Practical Advice on Daily Bible Reading – Tim Conway
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  • Proverbs – Chapter 1 – "A Daily Bible Reading"
  • The Necessity of Daily Praying and Reading the Bible – Tim Conway
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  • Daily Bible Reading 2 March 2017 of Catholic Mass
  • Bible Verse Of The Day – Gain Spiritual Strength
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The much-loved Daily Bible (more than a million copies sold) includes several helpful features. Devotional commentary provides historical and spiritual insights and helps readers grasp the flow of revelation and apply it to their lives. The arrangement of the Bible text itself is unique:365 convenient daily readings guide readers through all of God’s Word in one year.Passages are arranged chronologically, enabling readers to understand and experience God’s unfolding plan of creation, redemption, and restoration like never before.Proverbs and Ecclesiastes are displayed topically in order to highlight specific aspects of God’s wisdom.

Now as never before, studying God’s Word can become a fresh, inviting, enriching experience for every reader.

Also available in a hardcover edition.

Product Details

  • Hardcover: 1728 pages
  • Publisher: Harvest House Publishers (August 1, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0736944281
  • ISBN-13: 978-0736944281
  • Product Dimensions: 6.1 x 1.6 x 8.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds

Customer Reviews

the chronological thing is super cool and I’m glad someone did it

7 people found this helpful.
 on January 5, 2017
By S. Schulz
This book really puts in perspective how the timeline of the Bible (probably) works. Smith is perfectly clear that there is a certain amount of guesswork involved in the relative timing of certain parts of the Bible. I found particularly interesting how the minor prophets overlapped in time–mostly around the time of the Babylonian exile. I very much enjoyed Smith’s commentary on surrounding historical events.

Mixed value implementation

3 people found this helpful.
 on April 17, 2016
By JazzLover7
On the positive side, this is a good implementation of the print version (which I own). There are a few problems to me though. (1) The book’s page headers just have the author’s name on the left page and book title on the right. Since this Bible is meant to be read in a year, it would be better if the day of the year you were reading was in the header, along with the Bible passage.

Spiritual breakfast

5 people found this helpful.
 on August 25, 2013
By P. Carhart III
OVERALL: I purchased this Bible roughly 5 years ago and have read it at least four times through, usually in the mornings while I’m eating breakfast. I have never had a greater knowledge of the Bible, nor have I really understood all of the stories, prophecies and psalms in their appropriate historical and cultural context before this.

Great Bible!

2 people found this helpful.
 on March 13, 2017
By Rebekah R
I love this Bible! Exactly what I was looking for and a great price. For each day there is a section about what has been going on and some insite commentary. Then before each biblical reading there is a highlight sentance about what you are about to read. I have never been able to read the entire Bible but I think I will be able to with this!

You need to have this Bible in your library – and read it!

 on June 24, 2017
By Mither
I have been using this Bible as a daily reading Bible for over 20 years. I also often give it as gifts. Because it is formatted in chronological order, it is easy to read and keep track of what is going on. The Bible is, after all, the story/revelation of God working with man. The Law of Moses and the Proverbs are put into categories, which is a really helpful reference tool. The NIV translation, while a ‘thought for thought’ kind of translation, helps make it easier to read, as well. This is a great starter Bible for a child, or an adult, to begin reading God’s Word to get the ‘bigger picture’ of what God and the Bible is all about. I would NOT use this as a Bible for study all by itself – because of the NIV translation as well as the way it is organized. But used as a resource along with a NKJ, NAS, etc. Bible, it is very helpful.

Wonderful chronological Bible

2 people found this helpful.
 on April 6, 2014
By Callie
I’ve been waiting for this to come out in e book form. F. LaGard Smith has done such a wonderful job of pulling together chapters, verse, psalms, etc. in the likely sequence they occurred. When you read about David being pursued, or hiding from Saul in a cave, all of the different scriptures that describe the event, as well as the Psalm he composed about it are put together in one reading. This is prefaced by a brief historical description of the setting and language. The Kindle version is easier for me to move around in.(after the first read-through, I like to move around.)

The best way to see the "lay of the land" in Scripture

One person found this helpful.
 on May 15, 2015
By Harvey
This is a wonderful way to get the “lay of the land” of the bible. When I was a young boy in Sunday School we often had stories from the Old Testament, but they were all taught “incidentally,” that is, as unique incidents with no background of what had gone before or what came afterwards, so one never got any sense of how that story fit into the greater landscape of the bible. And when one is reading through Kings or Chronicles — say 2 Kings, for instance — one will read, “and the rest about so-and-so is in Chronicles (or visa-versa). Also, much that is in the Prophets is concurrent with what goes on in Kings and Chronicles. So, when you are reading through one of the Prophets (Isaiah, or whatever) and it alludes to something going on in, say 2 Chronicles, that part of 2 Chronicles will show up. When you are reading through Acts and you get to the part where Paul wrote Ephesians, the book of Ephesians will show up. You’ll read it and when you are done, Acts will resume until it picks up with another of the Epistles. When you are reading through the gospels, you start once and you finish once, in the process having read all four gospels.

This is the Best Daily Reading Bible I have used

One person found this helpful.
 on January 23, 2014
By GStreet
I’m so glad this Bible finally became part of the Kindle family. I’ve been using it for several years but it can weigh a lot when you are packing it and traveling a lot. I used a different Daily Bible in Chronological order last year but didn’t get the same enjoyment from it as it wasn’t as helpful as The Daily Bible. The Daily Bible has a number of helpful comments that allow you to know what is going on and explains what you will be reading. I also really enjoy the chronological layout of this version. My translation of choice has always been NIV so that was another plus for me.

The Best Chronological Bible!

One person found this helpful.
 on February 12, 2016
By Cassiegal
I have had this Bible for many years and I love reading it year after year. There are other chronological Bibles but this is far superior to any others. I have given many as gifts. I love the way Mr. Smith provides headings for each book and many times headings of chapters which need clarity. I understand it is now out of print but hopefully it will come soon.

Greatest Chronological Bible ever……

One person found this helpful.
 on March 1, 2016
By Angelie
As my first Chronological daily Bible, I am truly enjoying my daily time in this. I particularly love how the author explains things in brief synopses. It helps me grasp the material a bit more, and even helps me learn things I didn’t realize before because it was never explained in such as way that I could easily understand it.