NKJV Know The Word Study Bible, Imitation Leather, Brown/Caramel
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The NKJV Know The Word Study Bible helps you to transition from being just a reader of the Bible to a student of the Bible.
Experience the satisfaction of regular Bible study. Just because the Bible is a big book doesn’t mean that Bible study has to be hard. By breaking down the key Bible topics and the books of the Bible into bite-size portions, Bible study can be approachable, rewarding and satisfying. This way it’s easy to develop a regular pattern of Bible study, day upon day. One can choose to study book by book, verse by verse or topic by topic. Make the most of your study time.
- New King James Version (NKJV) Bible text
- Three easy approaches to study the Bible:
- Book by Book
- Verse by Verse
- Topic by Topic
- Book introductions
- Words of Jesus in red
- Two-color interior page design
|Format: Imitation Leather|
Number of Pages: 1824
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2016
Dimensions: 9.00 X 5.50 X 1.50 (inches)
|Text Color: Red Letter|
Text Size: 9 Point
Thumb Index: No
Ribbon Marker: Yes
Page Gilding: Gold
Studying the Bible does not have to be an intimidating or overwhelming experience. The study of Gods Word can be easy and rewarding if you break down the Bible into easy-to-understand segments. The NKJV Know The Word Study Bible offers three easy ways to begin studying Scripture and helps individuals transition from being a casual reader of the Bible to becoming a regular student of the Bible. Whether you prefer to study the Bible book by book, verse by verse, or topic by topic; each starting point offers powerful learnings that will help you develop a daily routine of Bible study. The Book by Book series of notes leads you through the main points of each book of the Bible. The Verse by Verse studies help you to dig deeper into Gods Word. The Topic by Topic studies, which cover 21 theological topics, guide you through a series of insightful notes and give you a thorough Biblical understanding of each topic.
• New King James Version Bible text
• Three easy approaches to study the Bible: 1. Book by Book; 2. Verse by Verse; 3. Topic by Topic
• Book introductions
• Words of Jesus in red
• Two-color interior page design
HarryP4 Stars Out Of 5New NKJV Know the Word Study BibleDecember 1, 2016HarryPQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0I am enjoying it very much so far.Very helpful & informative. It is not in the usual larger study Bible format, but it is still perfectly legible.Very satisfied with my purchase.
Laura HiltonHorseshoe Bend, ARAge: 45-54Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5KNow the Word Study Bible NKJVNovember 26, 2016Laura HiltonHorseshoe Bend, ARAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0First, the disclaimer. "I was provided a free hardcover copy of this book. All opinions are my own." That done, the KNOW THE WORD STUDY BIBLE NKJV offers three different approaches to Bible study, as stated above. 1. Book by book, 2. Verse by verse, and 3. Topic by topic.
I usually study topic by topic for my own study, though sometimes it is verse by verse and the adult Sunday School class I'm in studies Book by book so this will be invaluable in all different areas of my study.
My preacher husband also expressed interest in this Bible. I found the study notes were good, but not as in-depth as some commentators, though that is to be expected since this is a Bible first and foremost. Book articles are scattered in the text and provide depth and insight to the topics included.
I like that the words of Jesus are in red, and the font is readable, which is good for older adults. Not tiny like in some Bibles. If you are looking for something that will replace Bibles and commentators and book study guides, this is not it. However, it is excellent as a basic study Bible no matter which way you prefer to study. Pastors and professors will likely find it in adequate for sermon or lesson preparation. Depending on the Sunday school teacher (and how deep they get) this might or might not be adequate. Excellent gift idea. Recommended.
sheep23St. Charles, MOAge: 25-34Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5NKJV Study BibleNovember 24, 2016sheep23St. Charles, MOAge: 25-34Gender: maleQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0This concise study Bible is a welcome addition to the ever growing
number of study Bibles on the market. What makes this Bible unique is
the free flowing ease of reading that comes with the format of the
text. Further, the study notes aid in bringing out the original
meaning of the Hebrew and Greek text while also giving the reader
important historical markers for further study. Overall, the compact
nature of the Bible, the excellent study notes and the larger font
size of the actual biblical text make this Bible a great book for any
student of Gods Word.
One of the key features of this text is the red insight portions
inserted below the text as a way of gaining more wisdom about
particular themes in the text. In Jeremiah 23:1-8, the editors
provide A Glimpse of the Messiah that outlines how the prophet viewed
the coming Messiah. One notes states, Jeremiah, along with Isaiah
and Zechariah, use the word branch to describe the Messiah (Is. 4:2;
Zech. 6:12). The reference here to the Savior as a branch of
righteousness recalls Gods promise to David that his throne shall
be established forever (2 Sam. 7:16) (1059). The introductions to
each biblical book also provide more wisdom for the situation that
each writer faced and the recipients for whom the book was written.
I am really impressed with this study Bible and know you will too.
Thanks to BookLookBloggers for the copy of this book in exchange for
an honest review.
AlexFloridaAge: 35-44Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5NKJV Know The Word Hardcover, excellent Study BibleNovember 16, 2016AlexFloridaAge: 35-44Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I'm doing a review on the NKJV Know The Word Study Bible Hardcover Ed.
The Bible structure is very sturdy, it contains a sewn binding to keep your Bible lasting a very long time with much use. The outside of the cover seems to be a cloth-like texture. The downside of this is that being black mine is fading kind of quickly. It does not have gold gilding on the side, just white so be careful because you can dirty it very quickly with your fingers.
The New King James Version is a word for word translation which makes it kind of difficult to understand certain passages. I would give this translation 10 out of 10 for its faithfulness to the original manuscript but saying that I don't think it's good for the devotional time but for deep study. That's just my personal opinion you would have to decide which translation is right for you.
Inside of the Bible it has a Presentation Page, Table Of Contents of the Old and New Testament, Topic-By-Topic Articles for an example: Trinity (Trinity in Creation (Genesis 1:26-28), Introduction to each Book of the Bible which contains: (In Summary, How To Study Genesis, and a box to the right side of the Introduction Page, STUDY THE BOOK HIGHLIGHTS. It also contains study notes at the bottom of the page which are compared to the notes from the NKJV Study Bible Ed.
The words of Christ are in RED and red color looks nice, not pink. The Headers with the Chapters are in black. There are no references unless found in the notes at the bottom of the page. At the back of the Bible it has Monies, Weights, and Measures, a Concordance with 39 pages, and 4 pages of colored Maps.
Overall I think this is a wonderful Study Bible with a great translation, you won't go wrong with this study tool in your hands.
I received a complimentary copy of this Bible for an honest review from BookLookBloggers.com
Floyd JohnsonUpstate NYAge: 55-65Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5Good First Study BibleNovember 7, 2016Floyd JohnsonUpstate NYAge: 55-65Gender: maleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4This book represents a Study Bible that does not seem to know what it wants to communicate. Providing three tracks for study (Book by Book, Verse by Verse, and Topic by Topic), it never seems to really accomplish any of these with any sort of consistent vision. Tools are provided for each track, but none of them provide the depth this review would expect from a really good Study Bible. I would have preferred to have the editors pursue one of these tracks with more depth and consistency.
Let me use the Topic-by-Topic track as an example. The Bible tackles 21 different topics (only 21? - for a true Study Bible, this seems weak) providing five notes on each topic. There are three exceptions. The discussion on God the Son provides seven notes, the discussions on Sanctification and Gods Will each provide six notes each. The notes are laid out in such a way that the reader can follow the trail forward to the next note, but without any reference to the previous note or the beginning of the thread, he or she is forced to refer to the index in order to follow the topic from beginning to end. Each note provides a look at one verse dealing with the topic, allowing the reader little room to more deeply explore the given topic. Cross references are either from the translators of the NKJV or from the verse by verse study notes - nothing specifically designed to help with further topical studies.
Sadly, the indexing is minimal. The topic index, mentioned earlier, is designed to point the reader to the five, six, or seven, notes on each of the 21 topics. There are no indexes focusing on the Book by Book studies or the Verse by Verse studies. The appendices consist of tables of Monies, Weights, and Measures, a typical Bible Concordance, and a typical set of Bible Maps. None of these appear to be designed specifically to augment this Study Bible.
This Bible would serve as a great gift for a new believer, or for the high school graduate beginning their own study of scripture. The notes that are provided, are useful, but not sufficient for deeper study. Thus, this Bible would be of lesser value to the seminary student or pastor with access to other tools, Bibles, and resources, to supplement his or her study.
This review is based on a free copy provided by the publisher for the purpose of creating this review. The opinions expressed are my own.