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Live Second

Live Second 365 Ways to Put Jesus First

By Doug Bender
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.3 Stars

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On 1/27 Mike Van Hoozer wrote: What if we were to pursue life as if it did not revolve around us, our agenda, and our needs? What if we took a backseat and became second, and someone else became first in our lives? That is the question that Doug Bender poses through his devotional "Live Second: 365 Ways Make Jesus First." This ... Live Second: 365 Ways to Make Jesus First

Mike's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/9 Standing on Truth wrote: Live Second is a daily reader unlike any I have read thus far and definitely worth a year’s commitment to read each day. It is a devotional in the same family as the “I am Second” videos with which most of us are familiar. There are 12 Sessions with various themes, one for each month, and 52 ... Live Second by Doug Bender

Standing on Truth's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/17 mylittleblessedlife wrote: I am a hard one to impress devotional wise. There are a few things I look for when I go to buy a new devotional book. I like a scripture PASSAGE to read. Not just a verse…a passage. Something that will make me actually open my Bible…read it, think about it and then give me something to think ... Excellent Devotional

mylittleblessedlife's Rating:

5 Stars

On 5/29 Anna Schaeffer wrote: Summary: Live Second actually shows you what living second looks like. The daily devotions are short (they take between 5 – 10 minutes), but they’re packed with sound, biblical advice and ways you can live out your faith. Topics range from discovering God, to relevant issues like identity, to spreading ... Live Second by Doug Bender

Anna Schaeffer's Rating:

5 Stars

On 4/22 Ryan Grammatico wrote: ome would call it a devotional, I prefer to call it a “daily reader”. Either way, this book is pretty cool. The “I am Second “people have always done a great job of helping others gain motivation from significant influencers across the globe and they continue their excellence in this new venture. ... 365

Ryan's Rating:

4 Stars

On 4/10 kevinjthompson wrote: For a little while now I have been familiar with the I am Second videos. The videos themselves feature prominent Christians (politicians like Mike Hickabee, sports stars like Tong Dungy, music stars like the former singer from Korn and models like Kathy Ireland to name just a few) explaining why God ... Not In-Depth Enough for Me

kevinjthompson's Rating:

2 Stars

On 4/5 brenten gilbert wrote: I have a couple more devotionals to talk about today. They definitely seem geared towards two different generations. One is a straightforward essay-style devotional and the other is what I’m calling the first truly Social Devotional. (Someone may have already called it that, but I thought of it myself, promise.) Live Second: 365 Ways to ... on New School and Old School Devotionals…

brenten's Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/30 LaLaLaurie wrote: Live Second is a daily devotional with 365 devotions to help you "live second", i.e. put God first. I got to review a free e-copy of the book thanks to BookSneeze. The devotions are divided into chapters, which are divided into weeks. Obviously, the goal is to progress through the book by reading one ... Live Second - Book Review

LaLaLaurie's Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/16 Caroline wrote: Love devotional-style books, but looking for something a little bit different? Live Second: 365 Ways to Make Jesus First is from Doug Bender and the I am Second movement. Perhaps known most in the online world for their powerful, memoir-style videos interviewing peoples of all kinds in their faith journeys, ... Finding My Place {Book Review – Live Second by Doug Bender}

Caroline's Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/12 Jonathan Esterman wrote: I like the way that daily devotionals are going with embracing technology. This devotional is on that path. Once you open to the first page, there is a QR code to load up a video that accompanies the reading for the day. Followed with discussion questions for a group chat or individual reflection, the ... Great idea, limited audience.

Jonathan Esterman's Rating:

3 Stars