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Free WiseDecor Printable

My friends at wisedecor have provided a free printable for Bible Buying Guide readers. Psalms 119:105 is one of my all-time favorite verses and they’ve rendered it beautifully. Click on the image for full size.   Feel free to download and print this for your use. This is a nice example of the work they do. You can see...

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The KJV Study Bible Thumb-Indexed Edition from Barbour – Review

Barbour’s KJV Study Bible is a hand-sized edition that includes 6000 notes from the Layman’s Bible Commentary Series. This edition is a two-toned burgundy and black imitation leather that is wrapped around a sewn text-block. I love the size of this Bible. It’s a hand-sized edition at 9 x 6 x 1. In order to keep the size down and...

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Cambridge Pocket Reference Bible – Review

Today’s guest post is from Matt Sherro. Cambridge Pocket Reference Bible (provided by Cambridge free of charge. No positive review was required or promised, only an honest review.) A few highlights before we begin Ultra thin compact reference Bible Words of Christ in Red Bold Figure References Glossary Gilt page edges Smythe...

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Rose Publishing’s The Parable of the Prodigal Son

Rose Publishing’s The Parable of the Prodigal Son takes a look at the parable of Jesus and analyzes the thoughts, actions, and reactions of not only the main characters in the parable but also those listening to Jesus. Rather than focus on the prodigal son only, this pamphlet analyzes the story of the prodigal son and discusses the...

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Nelson NKJV Personal Size Giant Print Reference Bible – Review

Personal size giant print Bibles is one of my favorite categories. Bibles in this category are not meant to be the ‘everything’ Bible. They’re meant to give you a nice giant print in an overall size that’s easy to carry and use. This review takes a look at the NKJV Personal Size Giant Print Reference Bible from Thomas Nelson. This...

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Faithlife Study Bible Review

Jan 17, 15 Faithlife Study Bible Review

Posted by in Bible Reviews, E-books, Faithlife, Software

I recently spent some time with the Faithlife Study Bible app. I’ve used many Bible apps over the years and I didn’t think this one could surprise me. I was wrong! This app has the features that I’ve been looking for! You can read my review of the FSB on the Faithlife blog by clicking here: Bible Buying Guide...

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