Choosing My Preaching Bible part 7 – wide margin Bibles

In part 7 of choosing my preaching Bible, I look at the idea of using a wide margin Bible. There are a lot of good choices and some of them have a clean text with excellent paper for writing and reading. Also, there’s an advantage in preaching from a Bible that you’ve studied in – even if you don’t use the notes for the sermon. Of course, you can add your sermon outline if you want, word studies, references, maps, or anything you want to use for notes to go along with the Bible you’re presenting from. It’s similar to adding notes to your Powerpoint slides.

Bibles mentioned (includes affiliate links)

CBP 120

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CBP Notetakers

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Thomas Nelson Journal the Word Reference Edition

Review

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Thomas Nelson Journal the Word Large Print Edition

Review

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Cambridge Concord

Review

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Hendrickson Large Print

Review

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Cambridge KJV/RV Interlinear

Review

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Thomas Nelson KJV Preaching Bible

Review

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Randy A Brown

WordPress writer by day, Bible reviewer by night, pastor all the time. And there's also that author thing.

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