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Tuesday, May 03, 2011
Bible Gateway news
Greetings from Bible Gateway! This week we have a new devotional to announce and an important anniversary to salute. Read on....
Announcing the "Everything New" weekly devotional by Mel Lawrenz
During the three weeks leading up to Resurrection Day, thousands of Bible Gateway visitors enjoyed "Knowing Him," a daily Easter devotional written by author and pastor Mel Lawrenz. We're pleased to announce that Mel has agreed to continue his partnership with Bible Gateway in the form of a new, once-a-week email devotional called Everything New!
In Revelation 21:5 Jesus says: "I am making everything new!"
Every person wants something to be new in his or her life. A new beginning. A fresh start. But how does Jesus make marriages new? Attitudes new? Relationships new? Jobs new? Families new? Hearts new?
How about churches made new? Workplaces made new? Culture made new?
Today is the 400th anniversary of the publication of the venerable King James Version of the Bible! Beyond its qualities as a Bible translation, the KJV has had a massive and lasting impact on English literature, book publishing, and even the everyday language we use today.
Celebrate the King James Bible's anniversary with the following links:
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