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Aspire by Zondervan Publishing, Zondervan Publishing Staff

Aspire

Description : Aspire: The New Women of Color Study Bible gives you perspectives and insights that focus God's Word directly on the world of today's African-American woman. Updating and expanding the features that have made its predecessor, the Women of Color Study Bible, a favorite of African-American women, this Bible also adds brand-new features, an attractive new design that emphasizes ease of use, and the full text of today's most read, most trusted modern Bible translation, the New International Version. 100 “Inspire” notes offer insight from God's Word on issues of life and leadership. 90 all-new prayers tied to Scripture help guide your personal prayers. 95 “From God” notes encourage you to see yourself through God's eyes. 140 “African Presence” notes reveal the African influence in Scripture. Other Features * Complete New International Version text * 50 quotes scattered throughout the text offer the wisdom of African-American women * 75 full-page “Women of the Bible” profiles unlock lessons from the lives of biblical women * 66 book introductions and outlines * Front matter including “Family Roots” family tree * Reading plans, color maps, cross-references, NIV concordance, index, and more * Two-color interior with words of Christ in red

Subtitle : The New Women of Color Study Bible - For Strength and Inspiration

Authors : Zondervan Publishing, Zondervan Publishing Staff

Published Date : 2007-02-15

Publisher : Zondervan Publishing Company

ISBN : 0310934796

Page : 1742 Pages

Categories : Bibles

Total Download: 68

Filesize: 4 MB

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