I’m reviewing the NKJV color-coded Bible for youth & teens and also for adults. I was sent the hardcover which the front cover is plastered with colored hexagons in red, orange, yellow, purple, navy, blue and green. The hardcover seems sturdy and the pages look like its smyth sewn. The paper feels thick and the print about an 8 point font size. The chapters’ numbers are in a green color and the names of the Books of the Bible are in purple. When you open up the Bible this is what you will find: A presentation page, Table of contents, What is the Bible?, Who wrote the Bible?, Why should you read the Bible?, Your color code Bible (explanation).
Each color is classified with main recurring topics and explains in detail what it’s associated with like Gold for God, Red for Jesus, Navy for sin etc. It contains a Bible reading plan for 365 days, 90 days, a read through the gospels and 365 days daily topical scripture readings. It shows all the verses that are highlighted in Gold, Green, Blue, Red, Orange, Navy and Purple. Each Book as a quick introduction Author, Time, Key verses and Theme. It has at the back of the Bible pages specially done for note taking with maps and before I forget, it comes with a bookmark. Overall I think this Bible is great and will easily help you find which verses refers to God, heaven, evil etc thanks to the intended color coding. It would make a great gift for kids, preteens and teens alike and even for bigger kids like myself.
I received a complimentary copy of this Bible for an honest review from BookLookBloggers.com