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Bible in a Year - Paperback (Spanish)

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Tu encuentro diario con Dios

Con La Biblia en un año: Tu encuentro diario con Dios, ¡podrás leer la Biblia completa en tan solo un año! Está organizada con tres lecturas diarias, una del Antiguo Testamento, una de los Libros Sapienciales y una del Nuevo Testamento, de tal manera que puedas recorrer la Biblia entera. Además, una breve pero profunda reflexión te ayudará a orar y a poner la semilla de la Palabra de Dios en tu corazón y en tu vida.

Con lecturas diarias de la Sagrada Escritura, descubrirás la belleza y majestad de la Palabra de Dios de una manera personal y única.

La Biblia en un año: Tu encuentro diario con Dios utiliza la Sagrada Biblia de la Universidad de Navarra e incluye los siete libros deuterocanónicos.

English Description
With The Bible in a Year: Your Daily Encounter with God you can read the entire Bible in just one year! It is organized with three daily readings, one from the Old Testament, one from the Wisdom Books and one from the New Testament, so that you can go through the entire Bible. In addition, a brief but deep reflection will help you to pray and to put the seed of the Word of God in your heart and in your life. 

With daily readings of the Sacred Scripture, you will discover the beauty and majesty of the Word of God in a personal and unique way. 

The Bible in a Year: Your Daily Encounter with God uses the Holy Bible of the University of Navarra and includes the seven deuterocanonical books.

Click here for the English Bible in a Year product page.


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