The Life Recovery Bible NLT - Softcover

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The Life Recovery Bible is today’s #1-selling recovery Bible and is based on the 12-step recovery model. It was created by two of today’s leading recovery experts, David Stoop, Ph.D., and Stephen Arterburn, M.Ed., to lead readers to the source of true healing—God himself.

Features:
  • New Living Translation
  • Recovery Notes: Placed throughout the Bible text, these notes pinpoint passages and thoughts important to recovery
  • Twelve Step Devotionals: A reading chain of 84 Bible-based devotionals tied to the Twelve Steps of recovery and placed throughout the Bible text
  • Serenity Prayer Devotionals: Based on the Serenity Prayer, these devotionals (more than 50) provide an excellent guide to recovery
  • Recovery Profiles: Key Bible characters are profiled and important recovery lessons are drawn from their lives
  • Recovery Reflections: Topically arranged recovery reflections pinpoint specific Scripture passages at the end of most Bible books
  • Recovery Themes: Prominent recovery themes are discussed at the openings of various Bible books
  • Other Features: Outlines, book histories, topical index, devotional index, book introductions, user’s guide, and a new 12-step comparison chart
New edition September 2012: Now with new video introductions (online via QR codes) to each of the 12 Step Devotionals featuring Stephen Arterburn, and a topical Bible Verse Finder to help the reader quickly find what the Bible says about common issues.
Additional Info
Item Code 09613
Weight (lbs) 2.7500
Dimensions 6.5x9.2x1.5
Font Size 9pt
Page Count 1776
Release Date Aug 1, 2006
Discontinued Date No
Binding Softcover
Publisher Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
ISBN 10 1-4143-0961-9
ISBN 13 978-1-4143-0961-3
Translation NLT
Bible Contents N/A
Series N/A
Case Qty 10
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