At the end of each day's readings, there are little reflective paragraphs at the end, talking about what you've just read. Some are pretty good, others…not so much. For instance, one of them, speaking of God's planned future mercy to Israel in spite of their sin, the comment is made, "God is still planning and dreaming. He never gives up." First, that statement sounds too irreverential(God has 'dreams' not fixed plans?), makes God seem as though He is not sovereign, and finally, almost implies that there is no Hell. How is that? Well, the statement, "He never gives up" implies that He will never judge sinners who are not in Christ, but we know from God's Word that He will, and it is His choice when He will do so. His patience does have an end, the judgment is coming.
But, aside from some things like the above, this chronological Bible is a great tool to keep yourself in the Word. Oh, and I want to mention that I appreciate that this chronological arrangement has all of the prophecies of Isaiah before the exile and the return of Israel under Cyrus. One chronological Bible I reviewed had the prophecies of Cyrus given at the time of Cyrus simply because God had Isaiah state his name in the prophecy, the arrangers seemed to think that God couldn't know what Cyrus's name was before he came on the scene. I appreciate that the arrangers for this Bible acknowledged God's sovereignty and accuracy in prophecy.
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