KJV, Know The Word Study Bible, Ebook, Red Letter Edition
The KJV 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. You can choose to study the Bible book-by-book, verse-by-verse, or topic-by-topic; each path offers powerful insights that will help you develop a daily routine of Bible stu...more
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First off, all the extra content in this study bible is super reader-frien ...more
I love Bibles, and my favorite version is the King James Bible. So, I was eager to review Know The Word Study Bible.
The pros: I liked the book by book, verse by verse and topic by topic sections, and the fact that it is compact enough to carry around with you. My personal favorite is the Introduction and Notes.
Disclaimer: I received a complimentary bible in exchange for an honest review. ...more
The beauty and timeless accuracy of the King James Version continues to ring true and ...more
At the beginning of every book there is something that says "How to Study" and then lists the book. I think it's such a fantastic idea because you can go into each book with a plan. It's too easy to look at the Bible of a bunch of verses rather than a cohesive book made up of smaller ...more
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I received a copy of this book through the Litfuse Blogging Program, all opinions are my own.
The reason the KJV Word Study Bible is such a valuable resource is that the words we read in English often have one meaning in our language – but, in the original Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek language, the words convey a richer meaning than we would normally deduce from our modern-day reading of the text.
The word studies in the KJV Word Study Bible spotlight these nuances and provide ...more
This Bible is not for someone who has a lot of Biblical knowledge already. I think between the title of it and the words "Gain a Greater Understanding of the Bible" that is a given.
I read through a couple books I had memorized in high school, and I thought the comments were great. One of the problems I found with this Bible, however, is I couldn't find who authored these things. I have a couple concerns about this. One ...more
Okay, I always feel a little bias when it comes to reviewing Bibles, I mean it is the Word of God, how can the review not be positive. I can't see myself ever giving a bad review to a Bible, but if we focus on just the aspect of it being a study guide like this Know the Word Study Bible, then I can find some like and dislikes worthy of sharing.
This is the third Bible I have reviewed here for you guys here on the blog ...more
I love reviewing Bibles. I love reading and pouring over the various translations. I love seeing how the Bibles are arranged, as far as supplemental information. I love reading about the original manuscripts or texts used for a particular Bible. And, I love reading God's Word. My favorite Bible translations are King James Version, New King James Version, English Standard Version, and Christian Standard Bible. I prefer to have a hardcopy of the Bible. I know many people love having t ...more
Be sure and go through this Bible slowly as ...more
The Know the Word Study Bible is very different from my other study Bibles. They are intended to be easy to understand, or are full of color pictures, but this one feels more conservative and old-fashioned in nature. It's ...more
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One of the things that I particularly liked about this Bible is the topic by topic articles. I found them to be very helpful in understanding a particular scripture of major Biblical events. I also loved the monies, weights and measure page. It is so easy to tu ...more
Note 1: Love Is an Action (Gen. 22:2)
Note 2: Why Choose Love? (Col. 3:1 - 15)
Note 3: God's Love Poured Out (Rom. 5:5 - 10)
Note 4: How Love Behaves (I Cor. 13: 1 - 13)
Note 5: Because God Is Love, We Love (1 John 4:7 - ...more
It is little secret that I review a lot of Bibles, many of which I use in my own personal Bible study . It so happens that I have reviewed a Bible almost exactly like this one, the NKJV Word Study Bible from this same publisher. In fact, these two Bibles are so similar that I spent much of my time looking at it trying to find the differences, which was a more difficult task than might ...more
Depending on how you like to study, and I like to research as I read, this bible has it all right at your figure tips. I have my concordance, and this has it all built in, along with beautiful maps to follow.
While it might be geared to a new Christian, I found it handy to have it all right there on each page. I personally am always trying to grow in knowledge, and find myself looking el ...more
The KJV Know the Word Study Bible has subtitles on the first page: Gain a Greater Understanding of the Bible, Book by Book, Verse by Verse and Topic by Topic. There are notes on each book of the Bible, notes on the verses and also 21 theological topics to give the reader a greater understanding of the Bible.
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You can choose to study the Bible book-by-book, verse-by-verse, or topic-by-topic; each path offers powerful insights that will help you develop a daily routine of Bible study.
The book-by-book series of notes leads you through the main ...more
This KJV Know the Word Study Bible offers three ways to study the Bible. You can study Verse by Verse, Book by Book or Tooic by Topic. Either way you study, you will have a more understanding of The Word of God. We all study differently, so this Bible makes it easy whichever way you want to study. I have enjoyed using the verse by verse study, it give an easier and more simplistically way to study, which makes it nice if you don’t have a lot of time to study. This Bible o ...more
* They are officially published under that name
* They are traditional stories not attributed to a specific author
* They are religious texts not generally attributed to a specific author
Books whose authorship is merely uncertain should be attributed to Unknown. ...more