The Clear Word is a devotional paraphrase of the Bible which includes passages from Ellen G. White’s writings.
Author, Dr. Blanco, says "It's for everyone who hungers for a clearer understanding of God’s Word and a richer devotional experience"
Imagine how much more you would get out of the Bible if the meaning of every passage were crystal clear. Compare the same text from the King James Version and then The Clear Word.
"Incline my heart unto thy testimonies, and not to covetousness. Turn away mine eyes from beholding vanity; and quicken thou me in thy way" (Psalm 119: 36, 37, KJV).
"Turn my heart toward your law more than toward accumulating riches. Help me not to desire worthless trinkets, but give me more desire for your word" (Psalm 119: 36, 37, TCW).
The Clear Word lets the power of ancient texts come through today. As the meaning of Scripture becomes more transparent, you see more of God’s grace. His love shines through even in difficult Old Testament passages.
The Clear Word has renewed the devotional lives of thousands of people. Let it renew yours. Now available in the popular two-column format with the text in paragraphs.
NOTE: This is not a Bible translation and is not endorsed by the Seventh-day Adventist church as a preferred replacement of quality Bible Translations. It is an interpretive text of the Bible written as a personal devotional exercise by Jack Blanco, former dean of the School of Religion at Southern Adventist University, and is to be an additional study tool and devotional alongside the Bible. Major portions of the translation are material added by the author as it is a 'free paraphrase' of the Bible. Paraphrases take great liberty with the biblical text and seek to convey the meaning of the author using contemporary phrases and metaphors.