Reading Between the Lines (Volume 1)

Old Testament Daily Readings

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Volume 1 of Reading Between the Lines will take you through 181 Old Testament Bible readings.

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Volume 1 of Reading Between the Lines will take you through 181 Old Testament Bible readings. These devotions will point you to Jesus, warm your heart and encourage you to keep going as a Christian.

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Author Glen Scrivener
ISBN 9781912373567
Format Hardback
Dimensions 160mm x 225mm x 47mm
Language English
Pages 496
Publisher 10 Publishing

Paul Blackham

Pastor of St Crispins, Highbury and Author of Bible Explored

It is so easy to fall into an over-familiar reading of the Bible after many years of Bible reading. Glen's great gift is to show us what we are reading, to bring sparkle back to these wonderful Bible phrases. For those new to the Bible, it helps them to see how this book has shaped our daily language. For many people I know these studies helped them to venture out into new territory in the Bible, those parts that they didn't usually read. This is an excellent book and a great gift.

James Cary

Writer of Death by Civilisation and The God Particle

Glen Scrivener can be relied upon for brilliant insights into God’s Word, which he then turns into bang-up-to-the-minute applications. His writing is challenging, but always a pleasure, and his desire to honour Christ in all things is infectious and refreshing.

Steve Jeffery

Minister of Emmanuel Church in North London, and co-author of Pierced for Our Transgressions

I love this book! Glen has a knack for looking at familiar biblical texts from unfamiliar angles, and he's done it again here. Pithy yet profound, easy to read yet deeply challenging, Reading Between the Lines uncovers a multitude of surprising ways in which the Scriptures speak about Jesus.

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“Insightful application”

Insightful devotional book with helpful application. The relational and self sufficient nature of the trinity is a recurrent theme of the first part of this book (e.g. day 11 “God is not a lonely individual merely wanting the world beneath His feet. The Father, Son and Spirit have always been counterparts alongside each other. And their great joy is to draw us into their love story.”) The previous recent review doesn’t fairly or accurately reflect the context and teaching in the book in my view so don’t be put off by it.


“The title warns of the content...”

Whilst there are interesting thoughts and insights at times, there is often no justification to repeated statements such as Adam being created because Jesus didn't want to be alone...(days 10 & 11). Jesus is part of the trinity - he is not alone or in need of company... The First 12 days are littered with such careless statements, I find this jars with the usual care taken with handling the Bible within the Explore reading notes for example and many other such resources available.

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