Friday, April 21, 2017
THE WOMAN'S STUDY BIBLE NKJV
I did not have a first impression with THE WOMAN’S STUDY BIBLE because I had multiple impressions all at once. The floral cover appealed to the softer side of me, technically it is a cloth cover board with a pink floral design and it’s content sold me on this New King James Bible’s usefulness.
As I look at the various notations through out the book I am impressed with the information presented. On page 358 for example the topic block is: “Israels Unfaithfulness to God.” There is a comparison of Israel’s God vs Pagan gods,” and “Worshipers “Of Israel God” vs “Of Pagan gods.”
As a test of the content I wanted to know what was written about Deborah, since she is one of my favorite people in Scripture. My thought was if they did not mention her it is not a real study Bible. On page 362 a mini-bio of Deborah was written and on page 363 Jael was discussed -double wow.
There are a lot of positive attributes within the pages of this Bible and I could write many more words but there are some technical factors that are important that need to be mentioned. First, and very important to me, it is written in LARGE PRINT! Yea! There is an INDEX at the back of the book - a Reference Guide to the Special Features which is helpful. And of course there are MAPS; the maps are readable and found at the back of the book as well as throughout the Bible.
Did you know that Aloe is mentioned in the Bible twice. The reader can learn about various herbs mentioned in the Word of God in THE WOMAN’S STUDY BIBLE NKJV. This book is full of little treasures.
This Bible has a lot to offer anyone looking for a New King James Version study Bible. Written by Marsha L F Randolph
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