• Jack Hager

>A Study Bible Full of Wiersbe Wisdom!

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Now his concise commentary is wrapped up in the Word of God as David Cook has published The Transformation Study Bible.



Over 2,200 pages, it is loaded with outlines, overview, cross-references, maps, and much more. What makes it unique is that portions of Wiersbe’s books are dotted throughout the Bible. Wiersbe has a way to present truth in a crystal-clear way, with the goal of transferring truth into action in the follower of Christ’s daily life.



Wiersbe writes, “It isn’t enough for us simply to read assigned portions of the Bible each day, as helpful as that is. A truly transforming experience involves meditating on what we read (Ps. 1:2), studying it carefully in the light of other verses, and then obeying what God tells us to do (Josh. 1:8).”



This new tool will not fit every box, but for readable, applicable, and fresh insights into the Word of God, it is heartily recommended. The publishers have used The New Living Translation.



Get a copy, and help out the Hager family, by clicking below:

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