Category: Devotional

Spiritual Warfare Bible – Review

The Spiritual Warfare Bible from Charisma House is an NKJV devotional Bible to help strengthen and prepare readers for spiritual battle. It contains articles and prayers, and even includes some inductive study materials for both personal and group study. Physical Aspects This is a glued hard cover edition. It’s black letter with a 9-point font with plenty of space between the lines. The text is two-column paragraph format with large, semi bold verse numbers that are easy to find. The headings, chapter numbers, and article titles are printed in an orange font that stands apart nicely. The standard Nelson...

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Men’s Bible GNT – Review

The American Bible Society has teamed up with the National Coalition of Ministries to Men (NCMM) to produce the Men’s Bible. This is a devotional Bible that focuses on issues that men face in their day to day lives, and to help them be the best father, husband, son, and brother they can be. Since I am all of these, I thought it would be an interesting Bible to review. Translation This Bible uses the Good News Translation – a translation by the American Bible Society. Also known as the Good News Bible, and formerly known as Today’s English...

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ESV Women’s Devotional Bible from Crossway – Review

There will always be a need for devotional Bibles that are targeted to a specific audience. One such Bible is Crossway’s ESV Women’s Devotional Bible. There are many different types of devotional Bibles. Some are focused on daily devotions, and they’re not much use as a regular Bible. Others have devotional articles placed throughout the text. This one from Crossway is one of those with articles throughout the text. This make for a better choice because it can be used as a carry and reading Bible. Like many Crossway study Bibles, this also has the benefit of an online...

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Crossway’s The Psalms – Review

Most of the Bibles that I review are complete Bibles. I rarely read a stand-alone Bible book. Every now and then one comes along that makes sense as a stand-alone book. Crossway’s The Psalms is one such book. The edition I’m reviewing is brown and walnut TruTone over board and it has some impressive specs. Cover and Binding This isn’t a basic hardcover. It’s a two-color TruTone, complete with perimeter stitching, over board. I love the texture and feel of the cover. I doesn’t look or feel like imitation leather. I would love to see other Bibles available with...

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Hendrickson’s KJV Devotional Bible – Review

Hendrickson’s KJV Devotional Bible is not your typical devotional Bible. It pulls from 400 years of writings from 185 authors to give you 400 devotions sprinkled throughout the text. Even though it’s set in verse format, the layout is nicer than normal because poetry is indented, setting it apart from the rest of the text. Pros Thick paper Sewn binding Poetry indented Cons Pages are severely stuck together out of the box Doesn’t lay flat out of the box Features KJV Imitation leather Sewn binding Presentation page History of the KJV 400 devotions Red letter Section headings Book introductions...

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