One Year Worship the King Devotional -Leather like

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One Year Worship the King Devotional, Leather Like Cover

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It’s essential for human beings to worship our Creator. In fact, it’s what we were created to do. Our praise should be a joyous expression of gratitude and connection to the divine. But for some, worship has become a mind-numbing routine or, even worse, lip service. So what does it mean to truly worship in spirit and truth as Scripture tells us to do?

Whether you love to sing praises to your King or you feel too far away from Him to worship authentically, the devotionals in this book, originally published in indeed magazine, provide a daily dose of Scripture, perspective, and insight. Take your worship beyond Sunday morning into a lifelong passion—the key to an intimate, personal connection with God.


  • Embossed LeatherLike cover
  • 365 daily readings
  • Ideal gift

Product Details

  • Binding: Embossed LeatherLike
  • Publisher: Tyndale
  • Author/Writer: Walk Thru the Bible
  • Publication Date: 2012 (LeatherLike)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-13: 978-1-4143-3564-3
  • Trim Size: 8.4 x 5.6 x 1.1
  • Pages: 384
  • Weight: 1.2 lbs.
  • Case Quantity: 32

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About the Author

chris-tiegreenChris Tiegreen

Senior Editor

Chris Tiegreen is the editor of indeed, a devotional magazine aimed at getting committed Christians even deeper into God's Word and His heart. Chris has authored more than a dozen books on topics he's passionate about, which include the Bible, prayer, and breaking common assumptions that hinder a true relationship with God. Determined not to spend his entire life staring at a laptop screen, Chris also loves to travel, study languages, play piano and guitar, and paint. That would make him something of a Renaissance man if he were any good at those things, but he's not, so he's really more like a Renaissance average Joe. Though he loves to read, he finds it virtually impossible to read the Chronicles of Narnia without speaking the dialog in a variety of British accents—out loud—so much of his reading time is spent in a quiet, secluded place. 
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