Journal Your Way Through Bible Study
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Studying the Word of God is even more meaningful when you have a Bible that you enjoy reading and that you feel a sense of connection to in some way. For me, that means that my Bible must be small and lightweight enough to comfortable pick up with one hand, it must have a nice-looking but sturdy cover, it must have a large enough font that I don’t have to struggle to read, and it must have a little bit of room for notes. I own several Bibles, each for different reasons. But to me, the King James Version is the one I refer to as the authority when I want to look something up. So my primary study Bible is KJV. As a writer who is instinctively attracted to a good notebook, the Journal the Word Bible more than meets my criteria as the perfect Bible for me.
The Journal the Word Bible resembles a moleskine notebook. It has a smooth black hardcover, with nothing printed on the front. It includes a ribbon bookmark and an elastic strap that slides from the back over the front cover (a plus for portability), and is has ivory pages that are lined in the margins. The large font is easy to read, and the red-lettered words of Christ are a nice shade and also easy to read (and not a garish bright red–more of a burgundy-red). Because of the larger font, this is not a slimline size, but it is also not huge. I can comfortably hold it in one hand, and the pages lay flat when the Bible is opened, even when holding it on my lap. There are no frills to this Bible: no maps, devotions, lists, etc. It is plain and simple, and that is what makes it so nice. It is really beautiful in its simplicity.
The publisher provided a review copy of KJV Journal the Word Bible, Large Print.Share this: