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Mirror Bible

THE MIRROR is a translation by Francois du Toit from the original text of the New Testament and paraphrased in contemporary speech with in depth commentary

THE MIRROR is a translation by Francois du Toit from the original text of the New Testament and paraphrased in contemporary speech with in depth commentary

Mirror Bible

by David Blake
Mirror Bible
Mirror Bible
Mirror Bible

What is it about?

THE MIRROR is a translation by Francois du Toit from the original text of the New Testament and paraphrased in contemporary speech with in depth commentary. The free version provides a “taster” for those who wish to purchase the full content.

Mirror Bible

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1.31
Rating
(15)
Size
11Mb
Genre
Books Lifestyle
Last updated
July 26, 2019
Release date
December 29, 2018
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THE MIRROR is a translation by Francois du Toit from the original text of the New Testament and paraphrased in contemporary speech with in depth commentary. The free version provides a “taster” for those who wish to purchase the full content.

Endorsed, loved and read by church leaders and laymen globally: Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Dr C Baxter Kruger, Dr Steve McVey, Bob and Judith Mumford, etc.

This app comes bundled with a free sample of The Mirror text. To get access to the full version you will need to create an account on the app, then once signed in you may use the in-app purchase on the home screen to buy the full version. Once bought, the full text becomes available on your Mirrorword account and you may access it through the app or on the online reader.

The Mirror will open your eyes to what Scripture has always been about: Christ, the Son of God, did not come to be an example for you, but of you! The incarnation (the eternal Word becoming man) is the most accurate and articulate translation. Jesus came to reveal you!

Any sincere student of classical music would sensitively seek to capture and interpret the piece, so as not to distract from the original sound of the composition.

To form a conclusion in the study of our origin would involve a peering over the Creator’s shoulder as it were, in order to gaze through his eyes and marvel at his anticipation. His invisible image and likeness is about to be unveiled in human form!

The incarnation celebrates the fact that the destiny of the Word was not the page but tangible human life! The word of truth preserves God’s original idea in the resonance of our hearts.

2 Corinthians 3:2: Instead of an impressive certificate framed on my wall I have you framed in my heart! You are our Epistle written within us, an open letter speaking a global language; one that everyone can read[1] and recognize as their mother tongue! (The word [1]anaginosko, from ana, upward and ginosko, to know upward; thus to draw knowledge from a higher reference; from above; to recognize; to read with recognition.)

2 Corinthians 3:3: The fact that you are a Christ-Epistle shines as bright as day! This is what our ministry is all about. The Spirit of God is the living ink. Every trace of the Spirit’s influence on the heart is what gives permanence to this conversation. We are not talking law-language here; this is more dynamic and permanent than letters chiseled in stone. This conversation is embroidered in your inner consciousness. (It is the life of your design that grace echoes within you!)

Behold how beautiful
how valuable
how loved
you are!

You will rediscover your identity in the very image of the invisible God.

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About Content Rights:

Copyright © 2012 by Francois du Toit. All rights reserved.

THE MIRROR text may be quoted in any form (written, visual, electronic, or audio), up to and inclusive of fifty (50) verses, without express written permission of The Author providing the verses quoted do not account for 25 percent or more of the total text of the work in which they are quoted.

Notice of copyright must appear as follows on either the title page or the copyright page of the work in which THE MIRROR is quoted: “Scripture taken from THE MIRROR. Copyright © 2012. Used by permission of The Author.”

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