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Walk Thru the Bible

With Susan Michael

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Join Susan Michael on a walk through the Bible. Read through the Bible in a year using the acclaimed Daily Bible accompanied by Susan's weekly Out of Zion podcast commentary. Each weekly episode will review what we read that week along with interesting artifacts or background that make the text come alive. If you ever wanted to read through the Bible in one year, this is your opportunity. Let’s read it together!

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RECOMMENDED RESOURCE

 

The Daily Bible

As this unique, chronological presentation of God's story daily unfolds before you, you will begin to appreciate God's plan for your life as never before. Reading the Bible will become a fresh, inviting, transformational experience.

  • In Chronological order 365 Daily Reading
  • With devotional insights to guide you through God's word
  • NIV translation
  • Commentary by F. Lagard Smith

 

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MORE ABOUT SUSAN

Dr. Susan Michael is USA Director of the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem and host of the Out of Zion podcast. For more than thirty-five years, Susan has pioneered the development of the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem in the United States and around the world. READ SUSAN'S BIO HERE

Susan's blog, Connecting Israel, the Bible and You, includes articles on a variety of Israel-related topics such as Lessons from the Land, Antisemitism, and Current Events Impacting the Middle East. READ SUSAN'S BLOG HERE

 

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