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The One Year Josh McDowell's Youth Devotions Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-08-25 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 46 user ratings
ISBN:0842343016
LANGUAGE:English

" Great book for middle school and high school students! I loved it! Check it out!!! God bless~ " said.

" The kids and I read this together. Not because I tell them too, but because they can't wait for me to hear what it says. It speaks their language ...unlike me... " said.

""Josh McDowell's Youth Devotions" is a daily, year-long devotional for teenagers. The authors used a tone and examples that teens will probably find engaging and even funny.

Each devotional was one page long, so they're quick to read. For each day, a short reading from the Bible was assigned. You needed to look it up yourself. Then a Bible verse was quoted, often from the assigned reading. Next, the main text was mostly a story or matching game that illustrated a point from that day's reading. A paragraph or two tied the Bible reading and the example together and stated the point clearly. The authors then suggested some things to reflect on and a prayer. They also sometimes suggested an activity that might help put the lesson into practice or remind you of the lesson.

Overall, I thought the points were good ones and that teenagers would be willing to do these devotionals. I'd recommend it.
" said.

" Great book for middle school and high school students! I loved it! Check it out!!! God bless~ " said.

" The kids and I read this together. Not because I tell them too, but because they can't wait for me to hear what it says. It speaks their language ...unlike me... " said.

""Josh McDowell's Youth Devotions" is a daily, year-long devotional for teenagers. The authors used a tone and examples that teens will probably find engaging and even funny.

Each devotional was one page long, so they're quick to read. For each day, a short reading from the Bible was assigned. You needed to look it up yourself. Then a Bible verse was quoted, often from the assigned reading. Next, the main text was mostly a story or matching game that illustrated a point from that day's reading. A paragraph or two tied the Bible reading and the example together and stated the point clearly. The authors then suggested some things to reflect on and a prayer. They also sometimes suggested an activity that might help put the lesson into practice or remind you of the lesson.

Overall, I thought the points were good ones and that teenagers would be willing to do these devotionals. I'd recommend it.
" said.

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