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The Treasure of God's Word: Celebrating 400 Years of the King James Bible

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Celebrate the most influential book in the history of English

Scholars have long agreed that one of the greatest
influences in the shaping of the English language is the King James Version of
the Bible. The Treasure of God’s Word
is a celebration of the King James Version’s 400-year anniversary, continuing
its legacy of inspiration to people in all walks of life. S
Hardcover, 176 pages
Published October 18th 2010 by Thomas Nelson
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Natalie Wood
Feb 06, 2011 Natalie Wood rated it really liked it
This handsome, slim leather-bound gold-tooled edition includes a many favourite passages from both the Hebrew Bible (‘The Old Testament’) and The New Testament, showing the exquisite Jacobean translation at its best.

I am unsure that it is a totally accurate reflection of the original Hebrew but I can’t argue with the famous English literary scholar, Sir Arthur Quiller Couch who described the King James Version as “the very greatest” literary achievement in the English language.

Much of the lang
When I removed this book from the packaging, I was in awe with how beautiful it was! The cover is a faux burgundy leather with tooling and gold embossed letters and stitching around the edge of the cover. The pages are printed with brown ink on a brownish faux "antique looking paper" with edges that have gold guilding (like a bible). The whole effect is one of richness.

The book itself contains history of the King James Bible and include pictures of what the bible once looked like. After the hist
Nov 20, 2010 Lynn rated it it was amazing
This small hardcover book with its gold rimmed pages is a treasure for Christians and anyone seeking knowledge of the King James Bible. The book is divided by short chapters making it easy to navigate by topic. The passages chosen are of God's love, compassion, and care for all. With its pretty cover and presentation, this book would also make a great gift.
Nov 29, 2012 Chelsi rated it liked it
Basically like reading the Bible. These were just selected passages talking about certain subjects and characteristics of our Lord. This did make me appreciate the King James Version of the Bible and the history of its making.
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