Introducing The Holy Bible Recovery Version

Unveiling the Unsearchable Riches of Christ in the Holy Scriptures

The Recovery Version embodies extensive research into the meaning of the original text and attempts to express this meaning with English that is to the point, easy to understand, and readable. In those places where it is difficult to express the exact meaning of the original Hebrew and Greek, explanatory footnotes have been supplied.

Introduction

“All Scripture is God-breathed…”
— 2 Timothy 3:16

The origin of the Bible is God; it was God who breathed His words of revelation through His Spirit into and out of the writers of the Scriptures. What was breathed out was not only words but also spirit.

The content of the Bible is both extensive and inclusive; the two main aspects of this content are truth and life. Truth brings us revelation and knowledge of all the realities in the universe, such as the reality of God, the reality of man, the reality of the universe, the reality of the things of the present age, the coming age, and the eternal age, and in particular, the reality of the Christ appointed by God and the church chosen by Him. Life is God coming to be our life that we may be regenerated, grow, be transformed, and be conformed into the image of Christ, who expresses God, that we may become the expression of God.

The first function of the Bible is to testify concerning Christ. Christ is the subject and content of the Bible, and the Bible is the explanation and expression of Christ. Christ is the living Word of God, and the Bible is His written Word. Without Christ, the living Word, as reality, the written words of the Bible are but empty doctrines and vain letters. Yet without the written word of the Bible as His expression, Christ, the living Word, would be abstract and intangible. Therefore, we must read the Bible if we desire to know Christ.

Witness Lee, Life Lessons, pp. 32-33

Outlines

The Recovery Version contains outlines of each book, both at the beginning of the book and embedded within the text, expressing the spiritual meaning in each book.

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Translation

The Recovery Version contains a new translation of the original Hebrew and Greek text.

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Footnotes

The Recovery Version contains over 15,000 extensive footnotes stressing the revelation of the truth, the spiritual light, and the supply of life.

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Cross References

The Recovery Version contains over 26,000 cross references leading the reader not only to similar expressions and facts of history and geography, as do most cross references in other study Bibles, but also to other portions of the Scriptures that relate to the same spiritual truths and divine revelations.

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Maps & Charts

The Recovery Version contains charts of important truths and
color maps of Old and New Testament lands.

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