Journibles: Judges and Ruth

Rob Wynalda

Hard Cover

Barcode: 9781601787507

Release date: 01/09/2019

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Did you know that modern educators a rediscovering an ancient, biblical method for retention? Did you know that by physically writing out documents--such as the Scriptures--you retain and understand substantially more of what you are reading? Why not start today? Each Journible is organized just for you-so you write your very own copy of Scripture on one page with an entire page for notes, thought, reflections of every kind on the facing page. Lastly, some "notes pages" will contain a question or word highlighted. These are to aid or prompt study but not to infringe on your own notes! In Deuteronomy 17, Moses is leaving final instructions concerning the future of Israel. As a prophet of God, Moses foretells of when Israel will place a king over the nation (v. 14). In verse 18, the king is commanded to not simply acquire a copy of the law (the entire book of Deuteronomy) from the "scroll publishing house," but to hand write his own copy of the law. Apparently, God knew how people learn best and encoded it directly into Israel's culture. This is why you should start using Journible today! Retain more of God's word! Understand God's word better! Add depth to your study Cultivate intimacy with God Leave a legacy for your family! Write out the entire Bible or just your favorite books How to Use These Books Each book is organized so that you can write out your very own copy of Scripture. You will be writing the Bible text only on the right hand page of the book. This should make for easier writing and also allows ample space on the left page to write your own notes and comments. From time to time a question or word will be lightly printed on the left page; these questions are to aid in further study, but should not interfere with your own notes and comments.

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