Bibles Journals Devotionals And Historical Books
 

Our collection of Bibles journals devotionals and historical books has expanded!

Following is our selection of our favorite Bibles and Historical Books, along with some daily devotionals and journals that are helpful for Bible study, and remembering versus, and books focusing on Divine Law.

Several of the historical books trace the migration and history of the so-called lost tribes of the House of Israel ~ including why they were 'lost' and where they are now.  These fascinating accounts provide a mix of archeological, biblical and historical references.  You may discover more about your own ancestry that you never imagined!  

Every race and culture deserves to know about their true heritage.  

When the Bible and these historical books are fully understood, I believe it can helps us feel more connected to the grand purpose of of life!  

Not every detail of each book may be 100% proven, nor accurate.  Read with an open mind and heart.  Pray for the truth and the Truth will set you free!

Any Bibles Journals Devotionals and/or Historical Books purchased from the links provides a small commission to me at no extra charge to you, and is greatly appreciated!


Bibles Journals Devotionals and Historical Books

At the top of our list is our favorite, albeit lesser known Bible written by Ferrar Fenton who spent half a century learning Greek & Hebrew to interpret the Bible with the upmost integrity.  We absolutely LOVE his translation!

The Way is now a collectors item.  But don't let the price stop you!  Just click on the link, and read the reviews.  Be sure to check out all the other copies available, some as low as $7.00 at the time of this writing.

An endearing, easy to read, beloved version of the Bible that reviewers claim reads like a story, and is ideal for teens ~ the age I was when first exposed to it, although I never read it.  Despite being offered a copy as a gift when young, I was not ready to receive it, or the message within.

I decided all these decades later to  finally order a copy for myself.  So far, It appears to reflect a more humanistic ideology, which is not in accord with the true teachings, however, it is worth reading as a secondary source for it's tone and easy to understand language.

Digest Of The Divine Law by Howard B. Rand, LL.B. , Member of the Massachusetts and Maine Bars, first published in 1943 explains:

  • Organization & Scope of Government & Qualifications for Office-holding
  • Government Revenue, Interest, Taxes & Lending
  • Legislative Enactments
  • Ownership of Natural Resources, Private Ownership & Property Rights
  • Sanitation & Prohibited Foods
  • Theft, Imprisonment, Military Training, Punishments and MORE

All as per God's divine laws, statues and judgements as outlined in the first 5 books of the Old Testament.


More Bibles Journals Devotionals++


The New Testament Only ~ I enjoy having both 

The NT copy is spiral bind perfect for taking notes

ESV large print ~ we have a few copies from different years

Classic & timeless & widely read

A good free app for your phone


Take notes while studying the Bible with a beautiful journal 
Read a daily devotional, fun historical biblical fiction, or watch a great documentary series on DVD
 

 


A few more historical books we recommend 




For those interested...there are amazing parallels between The teachings of Jesus and those found in the upanishads ~ Just as according to linguists, there are many common features of ancient Hebrew & Celtic / Gaelic & Sanskrit Languages
(More can be read here, and here.)






I hope you find these recommendations useful.  Again, thank you for any purchases made through the links provided.  Once you have linked through via any book, any purchase made will qualify. 

Thank you for taking the time to read my recommended Bibles Journals Devotionals, Historical Books & more!


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