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The King James Study Bible: In Full Color

Note: This was resurrected from Tumblr thanks to Google cache and was originally posted on February 13, 2021.

In just a couple of weeks, I’ll be entering a new time in my life; a new decade! One thing I definitely want and need to focus on is my faith. As a Christian, the best way to accomplish this is not just by reading the Bible, but by studying it in full. This King James Study Bible by Thomas Nelson Bibles is an astounding Bible that will allow me to do just that.

The KJV (King James version) of the Bible is the tried and true version that all Christians are familiar with. It may not be the easiest to understand, but it’s the one we’re all raised on and the version I use when memorizing Bible verses. Since it’s the “Authorized Version” and standard when it comes to Bibles, that makes it a great one to study!
The Standard in KJV Biblical Study

The King James Study Bible (Full Color Edition), “is the only Bible featuring extensive commentary, doctrinal notes, archaeological insights, and time-tested study aids developed exclusively for the King James Version.” Best of all, it’s now available with impressive full-color designs, Holy Land images, classic works of art, charts, and maps.

Here are the full features of this invaluable Bible:
  • Beautiful full color throughout.
  • 5,700 authoritative study notes.
  • Center-column references.
  • Hundreds of color maps and charts.
  • Over 100 archaeological notes.
  • Over 100 personality profiles.
  • Over 200 notes on Christian doctrines.
  • Easy-to-navigate topical indexes.
  • Book introductions and outlines.
  • Word-study concordance.
I’ve also included the Bible trailer below for you to check out (it’s only a little over a minute long)!

I’m really loving all the features and luxuries of this Bible and can’t wait to dig in deeper with my studies. Not only does it come in a beautiful, colorful box (which also makes it great for gifting), but the Leathersoft™ cover (bonded leather) is super stylish and durable. You definitely won’t want to put a Bible cover on this one! If you want to learn more about it, you can visit this page.

If you already have this Bible, I’d love to hear what you love about it. Feel free to share in the comments or send me a tweet!


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