Day #14 Il Lockdown

Hello,

Today the sun is out in IL.  Yippie! 1529 I tried to cancel Netflix but when I called it said no person was there.  I went online to cancel.  Netflix does not have enough to keep me entertained any longer.  I use free http://www.tubi.com I believe.  I have to save money not spend it.  I have enough food until tomorrow and that is my two weeks stash.  I live day by day.  I also have a interview with a Christian Church.  I am praying this is the answer I was looking for but I won’t get my hopes up too much.  It’s up to God not me.  As I read the bible each day, I realize I need to spend more time in it than on other things.

Please stay home, healthy, safe and blessed.

# 40 My Favorite Book

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New International Version I have read this version cover to cover 7x’s.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
New International Version
Cover of an NIV Bible
Full name New International Version
Other names Nueva Versión Internacional (Spanish); Nova Versão Internacional (Portuguese)
Abbreviation NIV (Spanish: NVI) (Portuguese: NVI-PT)
OT published 1978
NT published 1973
Complete Bible
published
1978 (Spanish: 1999) (Portuguese: 1993)
Authorship Biblica, (formerly International Bible Society)
Textual basis NT: Nestle-Aland Greek New Testament. OT: Biblia HebraicaMasoretic Hebrew Text, Dead Sea Scrolls, Samaritan Pentateuch, Aquila, Symmachus and Theodotion, Latin Vulgate, Syriac Peshitta, Aramaic Targums, for Psalms Juxta Hebraica of Jerome.
Translation type Mixed formal & dynamic equivalence
Reading level 7.80[1]
Revision 1984, 2011
Publisher Biblica (Worldwide), Zondervan(US), Hodder & Stoughton (UK) and others
Copyright Copyright 1973, 1978, 1984, 2011 Biblica [2]
Religious affiliation Protestant
Website http://www.biblica.com/bible/niv-bible/

The New International Version (NIV) is an English translation of the Protestant Bible. Biblica (formerly the International Bible Society) is the worldwide publisher and copyright holder of the NIV, and licenses commercial rights to Zondervan in the United States and to Hodder & Stoughton in the UK. Originally published in the 1970s, the NIV was updated in 1984 and 2011,[3]and has become one of the most popular and best selling modern translations.[4] A 2014 survey of Americans who read the Bible found that 19% use it.[5]