Bible Review: KJV Journal The Word Bible, Large Print, Hardcover, Black, Red Letter Edition.

I’m doing a review on the KJV Journal The Word Bible, Large Print, Hardcover, Black, Red Letter Edition.


It is a beautiful Bible. The hardcover has a nice black color that’s not dull. The Bible has a sewn binding which will last you a very long time. It lays flat on the table when opened, due to the stitching on the binding.

The fonts are a 10 point text, making the reading of this Bible much more enjoyable. The headers are black and bold which makes it pop out. The words of Jesus is in a not pink or blood red color but just the right red. It has a lot of sub-headers to easily find what you are specifically searching for.

In the front of the Bible, it contains “This Bible Belongs To:“, “Table of Contents“, Alphabetical Order Of The Books Of The Bible” and an “Epistle Dedicatory for the KING JAMES VERSION.” It doesn’t contain any maps in the back of the Bible but only two pages with a heading “Notes” and lines at the bottom of the header. The pages have a nice cream color and it’s thick enough to write on it. It has to the right and left of the pages light lines to write down your notes or draw any pictures you like.

Overall a wonder Bible to take down notes to Evangelize, debate or for deep study using your own notes.

I received a complimentary copy of this Bible for an honest review from


Bible Review: NKJV KNOW THE WORD Study Bible

I’m doing a review on the NKJV Know The Word Study Bible Hardcover Ed.


The Bible structure is very sturdy, it contains a sewn binding to keep your Bible lasting a very long time with much use. The outside of the cover seems to be a cloth-like texture. The downside of this is that being black mine is fading kind of quickly. It does not have gold gilding on the side, just white so be careful because you can dirty it very quickly with your fingers.

The New King James Version is a word for word translation which makes it kind of difficult to understand on some passages. I would give this translation 10 out of 10 for its faithfulness to the original manuscript but saying that I don’t think it’s good for the devotional time but for deep study. That’s just my personal opinion you would have to decide which translation is right for you.

Inside of the Bible it has a Presentation Page, Table Of Contents of the Old and New Testament, Topic-By-Topic Articles for an example: Trinity (Trinity in Creation (Genesis 1:26-28), Introduction to each Book of the Bible which contains: In Summary, How To Study Genesis is in  a box to the right side of the Introduction Page, STUDY THE BOOK HIGHLIGHTS. It also contains study notes at the bottom of the page which are compared to the notes from the NKJV Study Bible Ed.

The words of Christ are in RED and the red color looks nice, not pink. The Headers with the Chapters are in black. There are no references unless found in the notes at the bottom of the page. At the back of the Bible it has Monies, Weights, and Measures, a Concordance with 39 pages, and 4 pages of colored Maps.

Overall I think this is a wonderful Study Bible with a great translation, you won’t go wrong with this study tool in your hands.

I received a complimentary copy of this Bible for an honest review from

Bible Review: NIV Faith & Work Bible


I’m doing a review on the NIV Faith & Work Bible hardcover.

First of all the construction of this Bible is phenomenal. It has a sewn binding with thick pages and the text size is like a 10 point, very easy on the eyes.

It has a centered reference column, headers for easy find (Green color) as well as the chapters. Each Book of the Bible has an introduction that’s  close to a full page in length. Spread out all over the Bible it has
1. A devotional called StoryLine for 31 days, describing a topic on a particular verse like for an example: 1 of 31 (STORYLINE) “Introduction to the Sovereign King” Key verse: “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.” Each StoryLine contains a map.
2. Core Doctrines on different topics.
3. Deeper at work, real stories pertaining to how Christians used their faith while at work.

The color of the font is pretty dark and Jesus’ words are not in red. In the back of the Bible, it has maps and articles on
1. The Gospel and Work
2.Our Need For Theology
3.Finding Our Story In God’s Story.

The only negative thing that I find in this Bible is that the theology expressed under “Core Doctrines” are all Calvinists which some of them are very unBiblical like for an example: They teach that to have faith in Jesus Christ you have to be regenerated first, be saved (the indwelling of the Holy Spirit) then you can have faith in Jesus after you are already saved. Do you see how backwards that is? That doctrine sounds so weird and contradicts Ephesians 2:8-9 which says, 8 For you are saved by grace through faith, and this is not from yourselves; it is God’s gift— 9 not from works, so that no one can boast.

We are saved by faith in the work (grace) of Christ done on the cross. If you don’t want to be confused on certain doctrines than I wouldn’t recommend this Bible. If you are a follower of John Calvin then this is the Bible for you.

I received a complimentary copy of this Bible for an honest review from