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Nicky Gumbel, pioneer of Alpha - a series of sessions exploring the Christian faith - and vicar of Holy Trinity Brompton in Kensington, London, aids readers following the Bible in one year programme to understand the Scriptures better.
Drawing out a theme for each day from the designated Bible readings, Gumbel's exegetical writings on the Proverbs, Psalms and New and Old Testament excerpts are packed with insight, wisdom and application.
These accompanying reading notes will enhance the study of anyone reading the Bible in One Year each day.
Discover the life-changing habit of daily Bible reading.
Over the last three decades, millions of people around the world have been introduced to Christianity through Alpha, a series of sessions exploring the Christian faith pioneered by Nicky Gumbel. Through the simple format of a shared meal, a short talk and a group discussion on particular aspects of faith, many participants have encountered Jesus, accepted him as their saviour and become part of the church family.
As Alpha grew, so did the need to disciple new Christians in reading the Bible. Sensing this need, Nicky Gumbel, who had been reading the NIV Bible in One Year since 1990, began to share his personal reflections on each passage with his congregation via email.
His insightful daily commentary - which draws out applicable truths from each day's New Testament, Old Testament and Psalms or Proverbs reading - quenched the thirst of many who were searching for an easy and accessible way to understand the Bible. The daily email became an iOS and Android app which today reaches nearly 3 million subscribers worldwide.
Now for the first time, Nicky's commentary is available in audio - read by Gumbel himself.
Make this your year of the Bible.
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Nicky Gumbel is the pioneer of Alpha. Alpha is an international organisation that runs the Alpha Course which is a series of sessions exploring the Christian faith. Nicky read law at Cambridge and theology at Oxford, practised as a barrister and is now vicar of HTB in London.