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• Ai Vakamacala ni Vola (book introduction)
• Ulutaga Leleka (section heading)
• Lesoni Veiwekani (biblical reference)
• Tiki ni Vola Tabu Veisemati (cross reference)
• Dusidusi ni vosa e rukuna (footnote)
• Damudamu na vosa i Jisu (Jesus’ words in red)

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Field Guide To The Bible Online book review


“The Field Guide to the Bible”.

For many young Christians and people new to the Bible, not knowing where to start reading is a key barrier to the Bible playing an important role in their faith. This along with confusion about how the Bible fits together as a whole and how it connects with real life has led Bible Society to develop a unique brand new product: The Field Guide to the Bible.

At more than 100 pages, and including lots of Bible reading helps, fun tips and illustrations, The Field Guide to the Bible is especially designed to equip young people with ways to connect with God through the Bible. It also features a timeline and narrative of key events in the Bible as well as practical, brief, introductions to each book of the Bible.

Jeremy Woods, Previous Youth and Young Adult Specialist at BSNZ says it’s a unique product as so many existing Bible commentaries and study guides are aimed at an adult audience and are quite complex, especially for young people new to the Bible and the Christian faith.

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“If you are thirsty, come to me and drink! Have faith in me, and you will have life-giving water flowing from deep inside you, just as the Scriptures say.”JOHN 7:37B-38 (CEV)

Source: American Bible Society


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JONI 7: 37-38.

37E na siga maimuri, ko ya sa levu e na solevu, sa tu ko Jisu ka kaci, ka kaya, Kevaka e dua sa viagunu, me lako mai vei au ka gunu. 38O koya sa vakabauti au, me vaka sa tukuna nai Vola Tabu, ena dave mai na ketena na veiuciwai ni wai bula.



A powerful testimony from Miriama Lacarua about the Fijian New Version(FNV), she hails from Maumi, Tailevu, Fiji.


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