Thursday, August 8, 2013

Priceless Stones - 42 Days of Hebrew Promises for Kingdom Living (Paperback) by James Revoir Book Review


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Priceless Stones is a 42-day Hebrew-based devotional. Each day focuses on one verse or passage from the Old Testament and translates one or more Hebrew words from the original text and then leads the reader to discover a new revelation about the goodness of God and the wonder of living in His Kingdom. Each daily meditation incorporates personal life experience from the life of the author and reinforces the message with a declaration and prayer. The book is fully footnoted; all of the referenced verses are indexed; and the devotional includes the added bonus of Hebrew-to-English and English-to-Hebrew glossaries.
Priceless Stones
James Revoir
Bible Study
242 Pages
My Thoughts:

  
This is wonderful 42-day devotional book that uses a Hebrew word to base the devotion of that day off of.  The format of this devotion goes like this:

Scripture
Short devotional
Prayer
Declaration
Question

I like how James Revoir uses the Hebrew word and adds a scripture. I hope this gets others interested in Biblical Hebrew and want to know more. Learning Hebrew is an awesome way to learn more about our Bible and the original text in Hebrew.  The devotion had three to four pages of thought provoking life application skills.

I recommend this devotion to others who love to study the Word of God; it's a great resource with a twist. This would make a great gift to someone who maybe needs some encouragement in their walk. It could also be used in a small Bible study. 

I also like how it includes glossaries like-Hebrew to English and English to Hebrew as well as a Scripture Reference. The author makes sure to give credit to other authors with whom he has used their resource. He backs up his references. It looks like he put  a lot of thought and prayer into this devotion.

Thank you for the opportunity to do a review on this book. I have enjoyed reading this and look forward to revisiting it in my studies. 

 I received this book free from the publisher through the BookCrash.com book review program, which requires an honest, though not necessarily positive, review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.  
 
 

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