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The Apply the Word Study Bible brings you to an intimate understanding of the Bible's message, helps you think about it and apply it to your lives. People of all ages and walks of life will enjoy the fresh style of the feature articles, which are directed at helping you approach life with the mind of Christ. You will discover that the Bible is a very practical book, just w The Apply the Word Study Bible brings you to an intimate understanding of the Bible's message, helps you think about it and apply it to your lives. People of all ages and walks of life will enjoy the fresh style of the feature articles, which are directed at helping you approach life with the mind of Christ. You will discover that the Bible is a very practical book, just what is needed to guide you through every day. Featuring abundant sidebar articles and vibrant full-color design, the Apply the Word Study Bible is the perfect companion for everyday living. Features include: Now available in the beloved King James Version Large easy-to-read type Words of Jesus in red Hundreds of sidebar articles for seeing the relevance of Scripture for everyday living Insightful introductions to the books of the Bible Informative notes about people and places of Bible times Full-color page design provides a helpful and interesting visual encounter with Scripture Charts, tables and maps provide abundant Bible information Concordance for helpful reference Full-color maps to illustrate the Bible lands


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The Apply the Word Study Bible brings you to an intimate understanding of the Bible's message, helps you think about it and apply it to your lives. People of all ages and walks of life will enjoy the fresh style of the feature articles, which are directed at helping you approach life with the mind of Christ. You will discover that the Bible is a very practical book, just w The Apply the Word Study Bible brings you to an intimate understanding of the Bible's message, helps you think about it and apply it to your lives. People of all ages and walks of life will enjoy the fresh style of the feature articles, which are directed at helping you approach life with the mind of Christ. You will discover that the Bible is a very practical book, just what is needed to guide you through every day. Featuring abundant sidebar articles and vibrant full-color design, the Apply the Word Study Bible is the perfect companion for everyday living. Features include: Now available in the beloved King James Version Large easy-to-read type Words of Jesus in red Hundreds of sidebar articles for seeing the relevance of Scripture for everyday living Insightful introductions to the books of the Bible Informative notes about people and places of Bible times Full-color page design provides a helpful and interesting visual encounter with Scripture Charts, tables and maps provide abundant Bible information Concordance for helpful reference Full-color maps to illustrate the Bible lands

30 review for KJV, Apply the Word Study Bible, Ebook, Red Letter Edition: Live in His Steps

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kav

    I'm a stick-in-the-mud bible reader. Once I find one I like I'm not keen on switching to another, never mind that the actual scripture is the same. It's all the extras that sell me on a particular version and the proclamation on this KJV Know the Word Study Bible -- "Gain a greater understanding of the bible, book by book, verse by verse, topic by topic" intrigued me so I thought I'd give it a try and am I ever glad I did! First off, all the extra content in this study bible is super reader-frien I'm a stick-in-the-mud bible reader. Once I find one I like I'm not keen on switching to another, never mind that the actual scripture is the same. It's all the extras that sell me on a particular version and the proclamation on this KJV Know the Word Study Bible -- "Gain a greater understanding of the bible, book by book, verse by verse, topic by topic" intrigued me so I thought I'd give it a try and am I ever glad I did! First off, all the extra content in this study bible is super reader-friendly. No quaking in my boots with dictionary in hand trying to figure out what some scholar has to say about Paul. Plain and simple is the way I like it and that's just what this bible delivers. True confession. I've only read the bible cover to cover once and that was more about being able to brag that I did (I was young and foolish) than about seeking a deeper understanding. I'm older and wiser now but I haven't attempted another cover-to-cover reading. I've been content to meander around the various books in the bible on a whim or in pursuit of information on a certain subject. So, naturally, I thought the topic-by-topic feature offered in the KJV Know the Word Study Bible would hold the greatest appeal. Guess what? I was totally wrong! I am actually over-the-moon crazy about the book-to-book feature! And I can seriously see myself reading the bible cover to cover again, only this time getting a whole lot more out of it! And that's because the authors have made scripture so much more approachable. Lots of plain speak and valuable context and bringing scripture to life in a new way. So, it works like this. Each book starts with a brief (like 2 or 3 sentences) summary so you can get your bearings. Then there's a Study the Book Highlights insert which simply lists the important scriptures in that book. So in 1st Timothy it's "Paul warns against false teachers (1:3-15)" and "Guard your heart against greed (6:6-10)" And yes, I had this wicked thought -- if you wanted to cheat you could just skip to those sections -- egads, did I just say that out loud? Yes, I did, and what's worse I meant it. :-) Now when you get to one of those highlight scriptures there's another Study the Book insert that explains in more detail, bringing more insight than if you just read a few lines of verse. I guess what I like the most about this study bible's approach is that it makes me think. I can't just skim a verse and call it a day. There so much more that beckons to me. Entices me to stay awhile. Ponder more deeply. And it's all delivered in digestible doses that make me feel like I just might have the potential to become a biblical scholar some day after all. My thanks to Thomas Nelson and Litfuse Publicity Group for providing me with a copy of this bible

  2. 4 out of 5

    Pilar

    Read the rest of my review by visiting: http://www.ordinaryservant.com/?p=3772 I love Bibles, and my favorite version is the King James Bible. So, I was eager to review Know The Word Study Bible. The pros: I liked the book by book, verse by verse and topic by topic sections, and the fact that it is compact enough to carry around with you. My personal favorite is the Introduction and Notes. Disclaimer: I received a complimentary bible in exchange for an honest review. Read the rest of my review by visiting: http://www.ordinaryservant.com/?p=3772 I love Bibles, and my favorite version is the King James Bible. So, I was eager to review Know The Word Study Bible. The pros: I liked the book by book, verse by verse and topic by topic sections, and the fact that it is compact enough to carry around with you. My personal favorite is the Introduction and Notes. Disclaimer: I received a complimentary bible in exchange for an honest review.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Vera Godley

    I am so very honored and happy to have the opportunity to share with you this new release of a King James Version of God's Word. Thomas Nelson Publishing always does a wonderful job of producing Bibles and this edition is no exception. My review is not intended to focus on arguing the pros or cons of a KJV translation but is simply to present my review of this study Bible and utilization of it as a study Bible. The beauty and timeless accuracy of the King James Version continues to ring true and I am so very honored and happy to have the opportunity to share with you this new release of a King James Version of God's Word. Thomas Nelson Publishing always does a wonderful job of producing Bibles and this edition is no exception. My review is not intended to focus on arguing the pros or cons of a KJV translation but is simply to present my review of this study Bible and utilization of it as a study Bible. The beauty and timeless accuracy of the King James Version continues to ring true and bring joy to this reader. I enjoyed using this Know the Word Study Bible as the verse-by-verse feature allowed clarifying insights into a variety of facts and information tied to specific verses - material that is both new to me and as reminders of previously gleaned knowledge. Throughout the Bible there were inserts with topical material. The Topic by Topic articles are indexed at the beginning of the Bible and give the page that particular material can be found on. Maps found at the back of the Bible are typical and as usual interesting for those who enjoy visualizing the location of Biblical events. I found the map showing the actual locations of events in the life of Christ particularly interesting as well as the missionary journeys of Paul. This is not a comprehensive study Bible. I personally believe the intended reader audience is probably those relatively new to the study of God's Word. That is not to negate the inclusive study material that supports the Biblical text, it is simply that the material is not as in depth as that which a seasoned student of Scripture would desire. It certainly is not on a level that a pastor or theologian would desire for personal use. It is a study Bible in that it offers information to aid in understanding one's reading of Scripture and lead the reader into deeper study utilizing these materials as well as more comprehensive aides. Do I recommend this KJV Know the Word Study Bible? Absolutely! I love the KJV. I encourage everyone to find a study Bible that suits their particular level of Biblical knowledge. I believe this Study Bible will benefit many users. A large contingency of Bible readers prefer the NIV or some other translation. I encourage students of The Word to delve into the KJV along with whatever version you normally prefer for comparative reading. On a further note: the Know the Word Study Bible also comes in the NKJV version. DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy from Litfuse Publicity Group on behalf of Thomas Nelson Publishing to facilitate this review. Opinions are my own and are freely given.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Emilie Haney

    Including Topic by Topic text, detailed introductions at the beginning of every book, and detailed notations and notes, this study Bible is truly a wealth of knowledge for anyone looking to study through the Bible. At the beginning of every book there is something that says "How to Study" and then lists the book. I think it's such a fantastic idea because you can go into each book with a plan. It's too easy to look at the Bible of a bunch of verses rather than a cohesive book made up of smaller Including Topic by Topic text, detailed introductions at the beginning of every book, and detailed notations and notes, this study Bible is truly a wealth of knowledge for anyone looking to study through the Bible. At the beginning of every book there is something that says "How to Study" and then lists the book. I think it's such a fantastic idea because you can go into each book with a plan. It's too easy to look at the Bible of a bunch of verses rather than a cohesive book made up of smaller books. This portion of the Study Bible helps you to understand what questions to ask as well as what questions you'll find answers to in each book. The next awesome feature is the "Study the Book" portions that break up portions of each book into sections/chapters with notes. For example, in Genesis the first instance of this breaks it up into Genesis 1:1 to 2:3 and talks about how "God declares everyone 'good!'". Including in the books as well are notes which include references to other scriptures in both the old and new testaments. You'll find helpful, full-color maps, a concordance, and weights and measures diagrams. All helpful to further your study. Plus, the outside cover beneath the dust jacket is also beautiful! (See the photo below). This Study Bible is incredible and would make an amazing gift for anyone who is already loves to study the Word or who is looking to dive in more deeply. I think the only thing of note is the fact that it is in the King James Version which, (to me) isn't always the easiest to read or understand. I think if you grew up with this version or are very familiar with it, this edition would be perfect for you! ______ I received this book for free but was under no obligation to post a review. I do so under my own motivation and the opinions I have expressed in this review are honest and entirely my own.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Madison Loveday

    The KJV Know the Word Study Bible offers three easy ways to begin studying Scripture and helps individuals transition from being a casual reader of the Bible to becoming a regular student of the Bible. You can choose to study the Bible book-by-book, verse-by-verse, or topic-by-topic; each path offers powerful insights that will help you develop a daily routine of Bible study. The book-by-book series of notes leads you through the main points of each book of the Bible. The verse-by-verse notes he The KJV Know the Word Study Bible offers three easy ways to begin studying Scripture and helps individuals transition from being a casual reader of the Bible to becoming a regular student of the Bible. You can choose to study the Bible book-by-book, verse-by-verse, or topic-by-topic; each path offers powerful insights that will help you develop a daily routine of Bible study. The book-by-book series of notes leads you through the main points of each book of the Bible. The verse-by-verse notes help you to dig deeper into God’s Word. The topic-by-topic articles, which cover 21 theological topics, guide you through a series of insightful notes and give you a thorough biblical understanding of each topic. With the beautiful and timeless text of the KJV translation, the KJV Know the Word Study Bible offers you choices of how to study Scripture and grow in your relationship with Christ. The KJV Know the Word Study Bible would make the perfect gift! Full Review: https://stylishbrunette.com/2017/09/2...

  6. 4 out of 5

    Ashley Dawn

    I liked how this Bible is done. It makes it very easy to read and study the Word. The explanations and descriptions given help you understand if needed. As I read it, I thought this would be good for both a young christian and someone just trying to gain more understanding. You can study topics or books of the Bible and it is laid out so that it is simple to follow. I always love looking through the maps in a Bible and love how colorful they are. Overall, I really liked this one! I give this one I liked how this Bible is done. It makes it very easy to read and study the Word. The explanations and descriptions given help you understand if needed. As I read it, I thought this would be good for both a young christian and someone just trying to gain more understanding. You can study topics or books of the Bible and it is laid out so that it is simple to follow. I always love looking through the maps in a Bible and love how colorful they are. Overall, I really liked this one! I give this one a 5/5. I think most would benefit from this Bible. Thank you to the publisher/author for the review copy of this book. I received this book in exchange for an honest review and the opinions stated above are 100% mine.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Becky Van Daniker

    This Bible is one of the perfect tools that I have come across. If you’re like me, then you probably like to compare different versions and notes to help dig deeper into the Scriptures. That’s exactly what the KJV Know the Word Study Bible does. It’s perfect for those who desire to be a student of the Word of God. This would also make a great first Bible for a Christian who longs to know more. Each book is broken down into topics and notes that help with understanding what you’re studying. Highly This Bible is one of the perfect tools that I have come across. If you’re like me, then you probably like to compare different versions and notes to help dig deeper into the Scriptures. That’s exactly what the KJV Know the Word Study Bible does. It’s perfect for those who desire to be a student of the Word of God. This would also make a great first Bible for a Christian who longs to know more. Each book is broken down into topics and notes that help with understanding what you’re studying. Highly recommended! Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher for my honest review, which I have given. I was not required to write a positive review and have not been compensated for it in any way. All opinions expressed are my own.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Connie Carpenter

    I love anything that breaks the bible down so I can unpack the verses and learn more about what God is saying. This was a wonderful tool to add to my bible study references. It has great colorful maps at the end of the book. Sometimes the KJV can be hard to break down, but the foot notes and breakdowns helped me to understand it. I received a copy of this book through the Litfuse Blogging Program, all opinions are my own.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Create With Joy

    If you are interested in deepening your knowledge of Scripture , the KJV Word Study Bible is a good place to start. The reason the KJV Word Study Bible is such a valuable resource is that the words we read in English often have one meaning in our language – but, in the original Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek language, the words convey a richer meaning than we would normally deduce from our modern-day reading of the text. The word studies in the KJV Word Study Bible spotlight these nuances and provide If you are interested in deepening your knowledge of Scripture , the KJV Word Study Bible is a good place to start. The reason the KJV Word Study Bible is such a valuable resource is that the words we read in English often have one meaning in our language – but, in the original Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek language, the words convey a richer meaning than we would normally deduce from our modern-day reading of the text. The word studies in the KJV Word Study Bible spotlight these nuances and provide helpful cross-references to other passages throughout Scripture... This review is an excerpt from the original review that is published on my blog. To read my review in its entirety, please visit Create With Joy. Disclosure: I received a copy of this book from the publisher. The opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own, based on my assessment of this book.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    This is a beautiful study Bible that you can't go wrong purchasing if you love the KJV translation Bible. If you want to study God's word to a whole new meaning and deeper level, with Greek and Hebrew. translations, I highly recommend taking a look at this Bible. It will give you a start at learning the Bible in a different way. However, if you are an advanced in your knowledge and or study of the Bible, you may find that this one does not suit you. Personally, I love the look and feel of this B This is a beautiful study Bible that you can't go wrong purchasing if you love the KJV translation Bible. If you want to study God's word to a whole new meaning and deeper level, with Greek and Hebrew. translations, I highly recommend taking a look at this Bible. It will give you a start at learning the Bible in a different way. However, if you are an advanced in your knowledge and or study of the Bible, you may find that this one does not suit you. Personally, I love the look and feel of this Bible. It feels very durable and long lasting. I also love that it lays flat. My only knock against it, I don't like that it is a study Bible, which is what I thought it would be. This Bible is more of a word study Bible than anything. All in all, a great Bible! I give this 4/5 stars and was not require to write a positive review by the publisher.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen (Kat) Smith

    I love reading the Bible. There is so much based on historical and archaeological evidence that to question its relevance in the world today, would be a huge mistake. In fact many libraries, museums and even archaeologists reference the Bible because its accuracy can't be questioned. From the ancient civilizations founded at the beginning of the world in Mesopotamia according to our history books, evidence has been found, and continues to be found to support every single book of the Bible. Makes I love reading the Bible. There is so much based on historical and archaeological evidence that to question its relevance in the world today, would be a huge mistake. In fact many libraries, museums and even archaeologists reference the Bible because its accuracy can't be questioned. From the ancient civilizations founded at the beginning of the world in Mesopotamia according to our history books, evidence has been found, and continues to be found to support every single book of the Bible. Makes you wonder why there are so many wanting to keep people from reading its very contents to see what it contains. Others make a mockery of it, calling it a random library of ancient made up myths from men in the desert who rode camels. Funny how this very book is the most published book in all of history and yet it continues to change lives forever. This will be my 4th time reading it from cover to cover and what I have found is that each time, I gain greater understanding of what it going on in my life at the time, and how I can work through it. Think of it as our book of instructions if you will to get you through life. What I have found that benefits me is reading a different version each time and following up what I don't understand with a Bible Commentary. It makes it come alive in new and exciting ways because that is the beauty of God's Word. It is a living document of our entire past and our future that awaits us all. I have been using the Know the Word Study Bible in the King James Version during my morning reading time because it helps you understand more of what your reading in vastly different ways. You can read it book by book which is how I have been doing it, but more along the lines of the chronological way the events happened, or you can just study the Bible verse by verse or even topic by topic. I find most people gravitate to the Bible by the topic at hand in their life the most when they reference it, like a quick answer guide of sorts. The King James Version is probably one of the most accurate versions of the Bible based on its interpretations from the the Greek and Aramaic texts found within the Dead Sea Scrolls word for word. For those new to reading the Bible, this version might turn you off, because it is like reading Romeo and Juliet from Shakespeare's old English interpretation. There are a lot of thee's and thous, with might frustrate a new time reading it. However whatever version you choose, you can find valuable insights into every version. What I love about this version is the More Insight sections you find scattered throughout. It's like having a commentary right there and also provides you with additional resources to study in the Bible that will make the topic a bit more clear to the reader. I love following references that will help me understand what I am reading a bit more. Like a sequel to the book almost! Its almost like getting a commentary all in one place. There are also great resources included in this Bible, like full color maps, which I love to use to see where these places were in the past as compared to now, a concordance, which allows you to look up specifics words like "love," or "angels," to see where in the Bible these topics are referenced. This also includes Jesus' words in red so you can separate what others say compared to the exact words He spoke. Like most Bibles, I love the hard cover format. It makes it easy to keep your notes all tucked in one place and use for note taking by having something hard to write on in church. I received Know the Word KJV Study Bible by Thomas Nelson Publishers and Litfuse Publicity Book Tours. You can even download a sample of this Bible for your reference first by going to downloads.thomasnelson.com/KJVknowthe.... That is a great resource to use before deciding on whether this might be the type of Bible for your use. This Bible also comes with resources to enable you to receive a lifetime guarantee on this Bible. Don't let reading the Bible intimidate you, simply pray and ask God to show you what He wants you to know and you're off and running. For me this one rates a 4.5 out of 5 stars in this reader's opinion.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Wilson

    I received a copy of this Bible free in exchange for a fair and honest review. This Bible is not for someone who has a lot of Biblical knowledge already. I think between the title of it and the words "Gain a Greater Understanding of the Bible" that is a given. I read through a couple books I had memorized in high school, and I thought the comments were great. One of the problems I found with this Bible, however, is I couldn't find who authored these things. I have a couple concerns about this. One I received a copy of this Bible free in exchange for a fair and honest review. This Bible is not for someone who has a lot of Biblical knowledge already. I think between the title of it and the words "Gain a Greater Understanding of the Bible" that is a given. I read through a couple books I had memorized in high school, and I thought the comments were great. One of the problems I found with this Bible, however, is I couldn't find who authored these things. I have a couple concerns about this. One, if you handed this to a new Christian who didn't have a church background, might they think the topic by topic articles were part of Scripture? Secondly, without knowing who wrote these sections and notes, we don't know their church background. Denominations can have very different sets of beliefs. I know there were passages explained in the notes that I didn't agree with. I liken it to the idea of you can't please all the people all the time. Still, I think at least knowing the church background of whoever wrote the notes would be helpful. There are several different "camps" in Protestant Christianity, and I wonder if when these are handed to new Christians (as I expect will be their main purpose.) if the people will have really looked through it thoroughly. That said, I think most Protestants would agree with nearly everything mentioned in this study Bible. (I'm one of those who has a slight different belief about some things.) This would be a great Bible for a new Christian or someone who has grown up in church but has not really taken much time to study the Bible. There are three study methods: Book by Book Verse by Verse Topic by Topic While I don't think it really does any of these Bible study methods justice, I do think it accomplishes its purpose -- helping to TEACH HOW to study the Bible. I don't see this as an ideal Bible for anyone who has been a Christian for a long time, but it's an excellent resource for someone who either is a new Christian, or has never grown in their faith since becoming a Christian. I also am not sure a concordance is needed in Bibles anymore, especially since it is available on Kindle. I expect most people would look up verses electronically these days. I would have rather have seen those pages (nearly 80 pages) used on things that I feel would be more useful to new Christians such as Bible reading plans -- I first read through the entire Bible because of a reading plan in the back of a Bible I owned -- also more information on the culture, times, history of the Bible, a more extended map section (there are only seven maps). For all the problems I point out, I definitely have to say this is certainly a Bible to consider giving to someone who is wanting to learn more about the Bible but isn't sure where to start. I would have loved this when I was young teen and was basically using the method of opening the Bible randomly and reading something and that would be my Bible "study". It's a great Bible for what it is intended to be, and I think that's all we can really ask of any study Bible.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

    KJV Know the Word Study Bible (2017) by Thomas Nelson Publishers is an excellent new study Bible that just hit markets on September 12, 2017. As of right now, this Bible comes in Hardback and eBook format. I love this study Bible so much that I have added it to my daily Bible studies as one of the two Bibles I consult (I also use an ESV study Bible). I received a free copy of this study Bible from Thomas Nelson Publishers. In no way has this influenced my opinion. All opinions expressed here in KJV Know the Word Study Bible (2017) by Thomas Nelson Publishers is an excellent new study Bible that just hit markets on September 12, 2017. As of right now, this Bible comes in Hardback and eBook format. I love this study Bible so much that I have added it to my daily Bible studies as one of the two Bibles I consult (I also use an ESV study Bible). I received a free copy of this study Bible from Thomas Nelson Publishers. In no way has this influenced my opinion. All opinions expressed here in this review are my own. I give this study Bible 4.5 STARS. I’ve never reviewed a Bible before, so I’m going to do this a little differently than my typical fiction reviews. In this review, I am going to discuss PROS vs. CONS. PROS: 1. I love that this Bible lays flat. This may be a minor thing to like, but I can’t stand when I’m deep into a Bible study and my pages are all over the place because the Bible’s spine is not a lay-flat spine. It’s frustrating when you’re on a roll in your studies and then realize your page is missing because your Bible closed on you! 2. I love the study notes at the bottom of each page. Some seriously interesting facts are included. For example, what you see in the pictures are my notes in Jonah. I’ve read Jonah many times for various studies, and thought I knew Jonah pretty well. This Bible is a WORD study Bible, which means it teaches about the original Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek as Jesus would have been familiar with in His day. In Jonah 1, the Gentiles on the boat with Jonah have a conversion moment. Later in Jonah, the Ninevites have a conversion moment, too. According to the study notes, the Hebrew word used when the Gentiles on the boat have their conversion refers to a total heart transformation, but the Hebrew word used later for the Ninevites illustrates a temporary heart transformation, which is why the Ninevites are later brought to destruction. We don’t see any of this in the English translation though! 3. I love the information inserts on many of the pages throughout each book. They add to the passages thematically, historically, etc. I feel these information inserts are very helpful in personal and small-group Bible studies. CONS: 1. This Bible comes in a KJV translation only, which is not my favorite. I find it hard to interpret and cumbersome. 2. This Bible is severely limited in space. There is very little room for annotations and comments, hence the Post-it Note. Overall Impression: I really like this Bible, and already include it as part of my daily Bible studies. I think the knowledge gained through the study notes at the bottom of each page make my CONS insignificant. I am a firm believer that multiple translations should be used during Bible study, unless you are fluent in Hebrew. If you are, then you should read God’s Word in God’s language. But, if you are like me and foreign languages confound you, then I do recommend you add this translation to your current repertoire.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Keri My Table of Three

    Disclaimer: I was given a complimentary copy of this Bible by Litfuse Publicity. Okay, I always feel a little bias when it comes to reviewing Bibles, I mean it is the Word of God, how can the review not be positive. I can't see myself ever giving a bad review to a Bible, but if we focus on just the aspect of it being a study guide like this Know the Word Study Bible, then I can find some like and dislikes worthy of sharing. This is the third Bible I have reviewed here for you guys here on the blog Disclaimer: I was given a complimentary copy of this Bible by Litfuse Publicity. Okay, I always feel a little bias when it comes to reviewing Bibles, I mean it is the Word of God, how can the review not be positive. I can't see myself ever giving a bad review to a Bible, but if we focus on just the aspect of it being a study guide like this Know the Word Study Bible, then I can find some like and dislikes worthy of sharing. This is the third Bible I have reviewed here for you guys here on the blog. This study Bible would work nicely for anyone that is wanting to start studying the scriptures. It offers a few different ways to study God's Word as you read along.  If you enjoy a taking each book and diving in then the publishers have done a nice job of providing a section at the beginning of each book that has a summary of that book and offers tips and direction on how to study that particular book. For those that enjoy more of a verse by verse breakdown and study, this Bible provides that also. Throughout each of the 66 books, this Bible offers footnotes on some verses that may help you shed some light on that particular verse. I will say that with the description of this book saying "verse by verse" that I expected a lot more footnotes than there actually were.  Don't get me wrong it was nice having some of the verse in each chapter covered, but when it comes to a verse-by-verse study, I think I was expecting more of break down on the verses oppose to your typical footnotes, but that is not the case.  Yes, I understand that if they actually provided long detailed footnotes and on every single scripture then the book itself would be huge, but I just assumed that there would be a lot more by the way the cover says "verse by verse". Maybe that is just me though. Again, not a bad review point, just one point I wanted to mention. Lastly, and easily my favorite, there is the Topical Study guide in this Study Bible. I have always been one that loves turning to the Bible for direction in my everyday life. We all go through things in our life that leaves us searching for guidance and wisdom, so when I have those times I love turning to my Bible.  Having the option of searching by topic and using the Concordance in the back is a great tool that I loved in this Bible. Overall I think this is a nice study Bible and I will get a lot of use out of it in my personal devotional time. If you enjoy studying the scriptures and diving in a little deeper to God's Word then this would be a nice Bible to pick up and have on hand. I feel like this would also make a nice gift for those that are just starting to study deeper in the scriptures also. If I had to mention anything that I would change it would be making the text larger and perhaps more of the verse by verse notes, but neither of those would stop me from recommending this KJV of the Know the Word Study Bible. 

  15. 5 out of 5

    Annette

    My Thoughts:  I love reviewing Bibles. I love reading and pouring over the various translations. I love seeing how the Bibles are arranged, as far as supplemental information. I love reading about the original manuscripts or texts used for a particular Bible. And, I love reading God's Word. My favorite Bible translations are King James Version, New King James Version, English Standard Version, and Christian Standard Bible. I prefer to have a hardcopy of the Bible. I know many people love having t My Thoughts:  I love reviewing Bibles. I love reading and pouring over the various translations. I love seeing how the Bibles are arranged, as far as supplemental information. I love reading about the original manuscripts or texts used for a particular Bible. And, I love reading God's Word. My favorite Bible translations are King James Version, New King James Version, English Standard Version, and Christian Standard Bible. I prefer to have a hardcopy of the Bible. I know many people love having the Bible on their cell phone or tablet. My pastor gives his sermon using an IPad. A few of my favorite online Bible sites are Bible Gateway, Bible Study Tools, Bible, ESV, CSBible, and YouVersion.  Although I did not give KJV, Know The Word Study Bible an excellent rating. I did give it a very good rating.  Reasons for a favorable rating: •Easy to read type-font in bold print.  •Introduction page for all the Bible books.  •Study Bible explanatory footnotes located at the bottom of the Bible pages. The print in this section is small but readable.  •Topic-by-Topic Articles. Examples of these articles: "The Holy Spirit-Agent in Creation," "People Are God's Prized Creation," "The Bible is to be Stored," and "God's Will." The topics are broken down and dispersed through the whole Bible to give an "entire sweep of Scripture."  •Highlighted areas in the Bible titled "Study The Book." From Matthew 26:26-29, "The Lord's Supper is a sacred practice." From 1 Corinthians 12:1-11, "Every member of the church matters."  •78 pages of concordance.  My review copy is hardcover. Behind the glossy book cover flap is a dark gray cloth over board. The book easily lays open flat. The pages are off white and matte. This last observation is beneficial, because the pages do not have a glare to them from the sun or bright light. The pages are easy to turn.  The KJV, Know The Word Study Bible is not a journaling Bible. The pages are too thin for painting and coloring. There is scant amount of space for writing---1/2 inch width on all margins of pages.  The Bible does not have a foreword section---giving information about the original texts used for this Bible. The foreword is brief, only giving information about Thomas Nelson's supplemental material for this Bible. The foreword contains 1 1/4 pages.  I consider the KJV, Know The Word Study Bible to be a modest study Bible. This is not a bad thing. It is not equivalent to the ESV Study Bible which is thorough. The KJV, Know The Word Study Bible is a beginning study Bible---for an audience of KJV Bible reader's who do not want a large amount of study material to read through, but with an emphasis on the King James Version with supplemental notes.  Source: Free hardcover copy from Thomas Nelson for this review. Litfuse Publicity Group book tour.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Chrys Jones

    The KJV Know The Word Study Bible by Thomas Nelson Publishers is a decent study Bible for newcomers to the Christian faith or those seeking to study the Bible from a book-by-book or topic-by-topic perspective. The strength of this study Bible is found in the emphasis on studying the scripture from both a broad scope and a narrow lens. Using the classic KJV translation will be a selling point for readers who have come to relish the classic, poetic language offered by the King James Version. I hav The KJV Know The Word Study Bible by Thomas Nelson Publishers is a decent study Bible for newcomers to the Christian faith or those seeking to study the Bible from a book-by-book or topic-by-topic perspective. The strength of this study Bible is found in the emphasis on studying the scripture from both a broad scope and a narrow lens. Using the classic KJV translation will be a selling point for readers who have come to relish the classic, poetic language offered by the King James Version. I have been searching for a strong study Bible in the KJV for years, so the Know The Word Study Bible was certainly of interest. From my perspective, the KJV Know The Word Study Bible did not meet my expectations. I made use of it in two ways: for in-depth sermon prep and to read through the book of Hosea. The book-by-book notes were helpful in giving the context of the books, but there were not nearly the amount of text helps as seen in other study Bibles such as: the ESV Study Bible, Reformation Study Bible, or the NIV Zondervan Study Bible. The topic-by-topic notes were beneficial throughout the biblical text to engage readers in the various themes encountered in each book of the Bible. Personally, however, the disappointment came in the verse-by-verse study notes. Also, There were numerous times when a difficult verse or concept in the biblical text was not addressed in the notes. In areas where other study Bibles present several sentences of explanation—including opposing viewpoints on an interpretation—the KJV Know The Word Study Bible did not offer much assistance. On a final note, I could not seem to find a list of contributors to this study Bible, which is often necessary information in the selecting a study bible. Overall, the KJV Know The Word Study Bible is a helpful resource for basic Bible study. It could prove helpful for new believers and readers who prefer a study Bible with fewer notes than others listed above, though I would probably choose the KJV Reformation Heritage Study Bible or the KJV Macarthur study Bible. Those seem to be stronger options for my Bible study needs. I receive a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jill H.

    This "KJV Know the Word Study Bible" gives a short summary of each of the Bible books before the Scriptures related to those books starts, those sections also contain information on how to study each of the Bible books and highlights for studying the books. Throughout the Scriptures for all the Bible books there are study notes at the bottom of the pages usually on the same pages as the Bible verses they explain; there is also some devotion-like information on some of the pages throughout the Sc This "KJV Know the Word Study Bible" gives a short summary of each of the Bible books before the Scriptures related to those books starts, those sections also contain information on how to study each of the Bible books and highlights for studying the books. Throughout the Scriptures for all the Bible books there are study notes at the bottom of the pages usually on the same pages as the Bible verses they explain; there is also some devotion-like information on some of the pages throughout the Scriptures and are also near the Scriptures that they are about. Also included is a Topic-by-Topic Article listing, Tables of Weights and Measures, a Concordance, and some colored maps. I read through the Bible book of Revelation when reviewing this Bible. I noticed that the study notes at the bottom of the page are in order of the Scriptures although not every single verse is explained. I learned that there are three statements about "finishing"in the Bible from the study notes for Revelation 21:6. The first time was when Jesus was on the cross in John 19:30, the second is at the end of the wrath of God in Revelation 16:17, and the third is in Revelation 21:6. I didn't notice many thou and thee's in this translation so it could be that I'm not noticing them as much and I'm getting used to the KJV translation more. I liked that the notes at the bottom of the Scripture pages highlight certain words in those Scriptures and explain them within the notes and that the notes were kind of brief and sometimes highlighted other Scriptures. I like that Jesus' words are in red in this Bible as well. I also like that there are headings with the Scriptures in this Bible to explain what each portion of Scripture is about so people will know when a part of Scripture starts and stops related to what the Scripture portions are about. Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this Specialty Bible free from the publisher through the BookLook Bloggers book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Deana Dick

    I Love Study Bibles because they offer so much more than a regular bible. This one is sturdy and well organized. I loved the way they go deeper with some scriptures. They go further and give you a section called more insight. Oh how I love the words written in red. I don’t find that in many bibles anymore. Many of you have your favorite version of the Bible, but this review is only to tell you the extra features this bible has in store for its readers. Be sure and go through this Bible slowly as I Love Study Bibles because they offer so much more than a regular bible. This one is sturdy and well organized. I loved the way they go deeper with some scriptures. They go further and give you a section called more insight. Oh how I love the words written in red. I don’t find that in many bibles anymore. Many of you have your favorite version of the Bible, but this review is only to tell you the extra features this bible has in store for its readers. Be sure and go through this Bible slowly as you find nuggets of wonderful scriptures that allow you to see a clearer view of what it means. I was so excited to see at the end of the Bible , maps in beautiful color. Were you wondering about the route to the Kingdom of David and Solomon? You can find that answer as you take in the beauty of a map that is very detailed. I love how you can look at the map and think about what it might have looked like on the road to these amazing places. One of my favorite books of the Bible is Romans. I decided to flip there and see what treasure I would find. It gives you an overview of how to study the Book of Romans in easy to understand terms. As an extra it also highlights some of the scriptures that represent the theme of the book. I can’t say enough great things about this bible. I’m glad I had a chance to look at it and it will be close to me at all times. There are several ways you can use this bible to study with as each one leads you to a deeper understanding of His word. I encourage everyone to get a copy and start your journey into this well designed bible. I received a copy of this bible from LitFuse. The review is my own opinion.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Amy Bradsher

    Have you ever noticed how no two Bibles feel the same when you pick them up?  I don't mean in weight, or in heft, but they all have different features.  While the books of the actual Bible are in the same order, the notes, maps, explanations, and more make each version unique. The Know the Word Study Bible is very different from my other study Bibles.  They are intended to be easy to understand, or are full of color pictures, but this one feels more conservative and old-fashioned in nature.  It's Have you ever noticed how no two Bibles feel the same when you pick them up?  I don't mean in weight, or in heft, but they all have different features.  While the books of the actual Bible are in the same order, the notes, maps, explanations, and more make each version unique. The Know the Word Study Bible is very different from my other study Bibles.  They are intended to be easy to understand, or are full of color pictures, but this one feels more conservative and old-fashioned in nature.  It's chock-full of explanatory notes meant to help the reader understand the history and meaning of words and verses.  The explanations take a very conservative stance, and I appreciate the way that they explain a variety of views and which one is most researched or plausible. Notes are abundant.  I really like the way that there's extra information everywhere you look.  It's not distracting in layout, but if I want more information while I'm reading, it's easy to find. I thoroughly enjoy the introductions to each book.  They're lengthy and detailed.  There's a lot of information there, and it's not just in list format like in some other books; instead, there's a full page of background material to get you up to speed as you begin reading each new book of the Bible. If you're looking for additional information to beef up your Bible time, I highly recommend this new Know the Word Study Bible.  It's full of great features and even better information. I received a free copy of this Bible from LitFuse Publicity.  All opinions are my own.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Urailak

    I love studying God's Word because I want to know God more. I like using a variety of different Bible versions because they help me gain a better understanding of the Bible. I was excited to receive this KJV Know The World Study Bible for review. It features three easy approaches to studying the Bible: book by book, verse by verse, and topic by topic. I was glad to see words of Jesus in red; they stand out as they should :). This study Bible includes a comprehensive list of theological notes, fu I love studying God's Word because I want to know God more. I like using a variety of different Bible versions because they help me gain a better understanding of the Bible. I was excited to receive this KJV Know The World Study Bible for review. It features three easy approaches to studying the Bible: book by book, verse by verse, and topic by topic. I was glad to see words of Jesus in red; they stand out as they should :). This study Bible includes a comprehensive list of theological notes, full-color maps, and concordance. It covers 21 theological topics such as Trinity, Covenant, Sanctification, Purpose, God's Will, Suffering, and Evil. I'm currently studying Philippians so I've been using this study Bible to give me a deeper, clearer understanding. I appreciate the concise book introductions which offer insight into each book's background, author, audience, purpose, and message. The Study the Book sidebars are great, too; they expound each book's major themes and teachings. The verse by verse footnotes are extensive and very helpful. This Bible is a hardback book. The overall format is plain and easy to use. If you want to study the Bible in depth but feel somewhat intimidated or do not know where to begin, check out this KJV Know The Word Study Bible. Christmas is just around the corner. This Bible would also make a wonderful, meaningful gift for anyone! ~I received a free copy of this KJV Know The Word Study Bible from Litfuse Publicity Group in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Elisha

    This isn't my typical type of material that I review. I do read the Bible, but I am picky when it comes to which Bible I want to read from, etc. When it comes to reading, understanding, and studying the Bible, and it's contents, messages, lessons, etc.. you need a Bible you can do that with and not just any Bible will do that. I personally prefer the Old King James Version with red print. I actually picked out a Bible that I love and have been using the same Bible for more than 15 years. What ma This isn't my typical type of material that I review. I do read the Bible, but I am picky when it comes to which Bible I want to read from, etc. When it comes to reading, understanding, and studying the Bible, and it's contents, messages, lessons, etc.. you need a Bible you can do that with and not just any Bible will do that. I personally prefer the Old King James Version with red print. I actually picked out a Bible that I love and have been using the same Bible for more than 15 years. What made me want to dig into this Bible and check it out was the many resources it had, including giving options on how to study the Bible because there are so many ways to go about studying the Bible. I also loved the concordance which makes it incredibly easy to find particular topics you are wondering about or confused about. It's like have a "you are here" locator map to go with your Bible. I loved the introductions for each book. I haven't ever seen that in a Bible and I thought it was so unique, different, and insightful. I loved that the messages within the Bible did not change or alter yet it is user friendly and reader friendly making it easier to understand each verse; knowing which is philosophical, literal, poetic, part of a story to give a lesson, etc. I will continue to stick with my Bible but I will be (already have!) add this Bible to my study time and when I am having conversations with people about the Bible. For my full review, go to: http://bookjunkiemom.blogspot.com/201...

  22. 4 out of 5

    Elisha

    This isn't my typical type of material that I review. I do read the Bible, but I am picky when it comes to which Bible I want to read from, etc. When it comes to reading, understanding, and studying the Bible, and it's contents, messages, lessons, etc.. you need a Bible you can do that with and not just any Bible will do that. I personally prefer the Old King James Version with red print. I actually picked out a Bible that I love and have been using the same Bible for more than 15 years. What ma This isn't my typical type of material that I review. I do read the Bible, but I am picky when it comes to which Bible I want to read from, etc. When it comes to reading, understanding, and studying the Bible, and it's contents, messages, lessons, etc.. you need a Bible you can do that with and not just any Bible will do that. I personally prefer the Old King James Version with red print. I actually picked out a Bible that I love and have been using the same Bible for more than 15 years. What made me want to dig into this Bible and check it out was the many resources it had, including giving options on how to study the Bible because there are so many ways to go about studying the Bible. I also loved the concordance which makes it incredibly easy to find particular topics you are wondering about or confused about. It's like have a "you are here" locator map to go with your Bible. I loved the introductions for each book. I haven't ever seen that in a Bible and I thought it was so unique, different, and insightful. I loved that the messages within the Bible did not change or alter yet it is user friendly and reader friendly making it easier to understand each verse; knowing which is philosophical, literal, poetic, part of a story to give a lesson, etc. I will continue to stick with my Bible but I will be (already have!) add this Bible to my study time and when I am having conversations with people about the Bible. For my full review, go to: http://bookjunkiemom.blogspot.com/201...

  23. 5 out of 5

    Sally

    This study Bible is a beautiful hard-bound cloth covered Bible. It has gold lettering on the cloth cover and a dust jacket to protect it. It has the usual presentation page, table of contents, full-color maps and red letter words of Jesus. One of the things that I particularly liked about this Bible is the topic by topic articles. I found them to be very helpful in understanding a particular scripture of major Biblical events. I also loved the monies, weights and measure page. It is so easy to tu This study Bible is a beautiful hard-bound cloth covered Bible. It has gold lettering on the cloth cover and a dust jacket to protect it. It has the usual presentation page, table of contents, full-color maps and red letter words of Jesus. One of the things that I particularly liked about this Bible is the topic by topic articles. I found them to be very helpful in understanding a particular scripture of major Biblical events. I also loved the monies, weights and measure page. It is so easy to turn to the back of the Bible and look up the measurements rather than Google them. At first I wondered why there was no instruction page on how to use this Bible but as I began to read and study in it, I found it to be so easy to use, it didn’t need instructions. For the hard-core Theologian, this Bible would be a disappointment due to its simplicity, however if you are new to studying the Bible or are looking to step up to the KJV study, this Bible is a great place to start. Even though I have been studying the KJV Bible for many years, this Bible will remain part of my study library. It also comes with the Thomas Nelson guarantee and is reasonably priced. Disclaimer: I received this Bible from the publisher, Thomas Nelson for free to read and review, through the blogger review program at BookLook Bloggers I was not required to give a favorable review only an honest review, nor was I compensated for my review. All thoughts and comments in this review are my own.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Trish

    The KJV Know The Word Study Bible is a wonderful Bible for anyone who wants to read the Bible regularly and really study it. Readers can choose to go book by book, verse by verse, or topic by topic. I really like the selections of topic by topic articles available. For instance: "Love Note 1: Love Is an Action (Gen. 22:2) Note 2: Why Choose Love? (Col. 3:1 - 15) Note 3: God's Love Poured Out (Rom. 5:5 - 10) Note 4: How Love Behaves (I Cor. 13: 1 - 13) Note 5: Because God Is Love, We Love (1 John 4:7 - The KJV Know The Word Study Bible is a wonderful Bible for anyone who wants to read the Bible regularly and really study it. Readers can choose to go book by book, verse by verse, or topic by topic. I really like the selections of topic by topic articles available. For instance: "Love Note 1: Love Is an Action (Gen. 22:2) Note 2: Why Choose Love? (Col. 3:1 - 15) Note 3: God's Love Poured Out (Rom. 5:5 - 10) Note 4: How Love Behaves (I Cor. 13: 1 - 13) Note 5: Because God Is Love, We Love (1 John 4:7 - 19)" Each book of the Bible has a summary, a section on how to study that book, and Study the Book Highlights. There are footnotes when needed and articles interspersed within the book. This is the King James Version (KJV) translation, which I prefer. I grew up with the KJV Bible and my first experiences memorizing and studying scripture were with the KJV translation. This Bible features the words of Christ in red. This Bible is well made with a dustjacket and cloth cover book. The text is an average size font - could be a little bigger for ease of reading. There are some useful sections at the end of the book, including Monies, Weights and Measures, a Concordance, and color maps. The concordance is detailed and is especially helpful for reading and study. I recommend the KJV Know the Word Study Bible to anyone who is interested in a closer reading of the Bible. It is a beautifully made book and will be a big help on your journey.

  25. 5 out of 5

    LeAnne Klopfenstein

    I have truly appreciated the commentary & insight provided within this study Bible. If you are like me and don't typically read KJV (I personally use ESV as my main translation when reading & studying the Word of God), it is still a great resource. I used this bible specifically while going through a study on 2 Corinthians. Our pastor has been going through a sermon series that our small groups then look at & discuss in more detail. I used the KJV Know the Word Study Bible to look more in depth I have truly appreciated the commentary & insight provided within this study Bible. If you are like me and don't typically read KJV (I personally use ESV as my main translation when reading & studying the Word of God), it is still a great resource. I used this bible specifically while going through a study on 2 Corinthians. Our pastor has been going through a sermon series that our small groups then look at & discuss in more detail. I used the KJV Know the Word Study Bible to look more in depth into the verses. I appreciate how the study bible not only provides a summary, but provides a "How to Study" each particular book, actions we can take to follow through with what God is calling us to, who we are in Christ, and what we need to be going after. The segmented areas of this Study Bible are extremely clear and don't add anything 'extra' to what is specifically being said in the Word. I do enjoy this Bible, and while I don't plan to use it as my main Bible, I will continue to use it as a key resource as I study and seek to better understand God's Word. *I received a copy of this book from the publisher, but was under no obligation to write a review. My honest opinion has been provided without any requirement to write a positive review.*

  26. 5 out of 5

    Nathan Albright

    [Note: This book was provided free of charge by BookLook/Thomas Nelson. All thoughts and opinions are my own.] It is little secret that I review a lot of Bibles, many of which I use in my own personal Bible study [1]. It so happens that I have reviewed a Bible almost exactly like this one, the NKJV Word Study Bible from this same publisher. In fact, these two Bibles are so similar that I spent much of my time looking at it trying to find the differences, which was a more difficult task than might [Note: This book was provided free of charge by BookLook/Thomas Nelson. All thoughts and opinions are my own.] It is little secret that I review a lot of Bibles, many of which I use in my own personal Bible study [1]. It so happens that I have reviewed a Bible almost exactly like this one, the NKJV Word Study Bible from this same publisher. In fact, these two Bibles are so similar that I spent much of my time looking at it trying to find the differences, which was a more difficult task than might seem to be the case. Although the translation is different, it is the exact same words examined as before, and the language of the word studies and the introductions to the books are identical between those two Bibles. To be sure, there are some differences, but these are mainly in supplementary areas, like the overall introduction to the Bible, the glossary and the maps at the end, and the fact that the two translations are themselves different and therefore read differently. Basically, if you liked the NKJV Word Study Bible and wanted it instead in King James' English, this is the Bible for you. The contents of this book are a bit different, at least in reading them, because of the way this ebook is organized. It was not possible to request the hard copy of this Bible, and I do not know if it will be possible for would-be readers to purchase the hard copy of this Bible, and so the Bible itself reads differently than it would otherwise. Instead of looking at the sidebars to see the word studies, one has to go to the end of the Bible or click the hyperlinks. Indeed, this Bible is not really all that enjoyable to navigate, although it is understandable why the book is organized the way it is as it is easier to lay it out, even if it is far less pleasant on the eyes to see the large number of hyperlinks and to see the supplementary text piled on top of each other at the end of every book of the Bible. It is indeed more than a little bit jarring to see such an archaic translation in an ebook organized as this one is. One would think that with so much of the written text of this Bible done with the previous and excellent NKJV Word Study Bible that there would be more attention to designing the book to be pleasant on the eyes and having a comfortable and old-fashioned charm about it the way that the KJV has for many readers, but this was not done. This may be nitpicking a bit though. This Bible definitely gave me a strong idea of why, even in this age of digital computers, that I prefer to use either eSword or physical Bibles, for my own Bible Studies, as this was not a pleasant Bible to navigate, especially as I prefer to use the NKJV anyway. One wonders to whom this book is aimed at for sale if there is no physical copy of this particular Bible version available, as it is likely that those who most appreciate the KJV for the comfort of its text would want the comfort of the tactile feel of the pages in a way that is pleasant to the eyes as well as having the text that such readers prefer with its archaic sense and its rich poetic vein lifted from better translators like Tyndale. At any rate, the word studies are excellent and this Bible is at least conceivably and in some form quite likely to please those who enjoy the King James Version, for all of its imperfections for this reader. [1] See, for example: https://edgeinducedcohesion.blog/2016... https://edgeinducedcohesion.blog/2016... https://edgeinducedcohesion.blog/2016... https://edgeinducedcohesion.blog/2016... https://edgeinducedcohesion.blog/2015... https://edgeinducedcohesion.blog/2015... https://edgeinducedcohesion.blog/2015... https://edgeinducedcohesion.blog/2015... https://edgeinducedcohesion.blog/2014... https://edgeinducedcohesion.blog/2014... https://edgeinducedcohesion.blog/2012... [2] https://edgeinducedcohesion.blog/2016...

  27. 4 out of 5

    Maureen Timerman

    As the title states, this is a “know” the word study Bible, and yes it is a Bible, but it offers so much more. Depending on how you like to study, and I like to research as I read, this bible has it all right at your figure tips. I have my concordance, and this has it all built in, along with beautiful maps to follow. While it might be geared to a new Christian, I found it handy to have it all right there on each page. I personally am always trying to grow in knowledge, and find myself looking el As the title states, this is a “know” the word study Bible, and yes it is a Bible, but it offers so much more. Depending on how you like to study, and I like to research as I read, this bible has it all right at your figure tips. I have my concordance, and this has it all built in, along with beautiful maps to follow. While it might be geared to a new Christian, I found it handy to have it all right there on each page. I personally am always trying to grow in knowledge, and find myself looking elsewhere for answers, so I loved that it is right here. According to the leaf jacket--You can read the Bible Book by Book; the book-by-book leads you through the main points of each of the Bible. Verse by Verse: the verse-by-verse notes help you to dig deeper into God’s Word. Topic by Topic: The Topic-by-topic studies, which cover 21 theological topics, guide you through a series of insightful notes and give you a through biblical understanding of each topic. I am finding myself reaching for this Bible each day in my study of the Word. I received this Bible through Litfuse Publicity Book Tours, and was not required to give a positive review.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kathy

    The Thomas Nelson's 'KJV Know The Word Study Bible' is a comprehensive new bible that provides insight for those who prefer the King James Version of the Bible. The KJV Know the Word Study Bible has subtitles on the first page: Gain a Greater Understanding of the Bible, Book by Book, Verse by Verse and Topic by Topic. There are notes on each book of the Bible, notes on the verses and also 21 theological topics to give the reader a greater understanding of the Bible. The KJV Know the Word Study Bib The Thomas Nelson's 'KJV Know The Word Study Bible' is a comprehensive new bible that provides insight for those who prefer the King James Version of the Bible. The KJV Know the Word Study Bible has subtitles on the first page: Gain a Greater Understanding of the Bible, Book by Book, Verse by Verse and Topic by Topic. There are notes on each book of the Bible, notes on the verses and also 21 theological topics to give the reader a greater understanding of the Bible. The KJV Know the Word Study Bible is a sturdy hardcover that I found easy to read...the font was a decent size so it was readable. Features Include: • King James Version Bible text • Three easy approaches to study the Bible: 1. Book by Book; 2. Verse by Verse; 3. Topic by Topic • Insightful introductions for each book of Scripture • Words of Jesus in red • Beautiful two-color interior page design • Comprehensive list of theological notes • Concordance • Full-color maps Great study bible for those who like the language of the King James version. Sometimes you just want to study the Word as it was in your childhood. The KJV can be very comforting that way.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Julius

    Thomas Nelson Publisher's have give us a new study bible, The KJV Know the Word Study Bible, that offers three easy ways to begin studying Scripture and helps individuals transition from being a casual reader of the Bible to becoming a regular student of the Bible. You can choose to study the Bible book-by-book, verse-by-verse, or topic-by-topic; each path offers powerful insights that will help you develop a daily routine of Bible study. The book-by-book series of notes leads you through the main Thomas Nelson Publisher's have give us a new study bible, The KJV Know the Word Study Bible, that offers three easy ways to begin studying Scripture and helps individuals transition from being a casual reader of the Bible to becoming a regular student of the Bible. You can choose to study the Bible book-by-book, verse-by-verse, or topic-by-topic; each path offers powerful insights that will help you develop a daily routine of Bible study. The book-by-book series of notes leads you through the main points of each book of the Bible. The verse-by-verse notes help you to dig deeper into God's Word. The topic-by-topic articles, which cover 21 theological topics, guide you through a series of insightful notes and give you a thorough biblical understanding of each topic. With the beautiful and timeless text of the KJV translation, the KJV Know the Word Study Bible offers you choices of how to study Scripture and grow in your relationship with Christ. The KJV Know the Word Study Bible would make the perfect gift this Christmas season. _____________________ I received a free copy of this book from the LitFuse Blogging Reviewer program in exchange for my honest review here.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ibjoy1953

    MY THOUGHTS ON THIS BOOK This KJV Know the Word Study Bible offers three ways to study the Bible. You can study Verse by Verse, Book by Book or Tooic by Topic. Either way you study, you will have a more understanding of The Word of God. We all study differently, so this Bible makes it easy whichever way you want to study. I have enjoyed using the verse by verse study, it give an easier and more simplistically way to study, which makes it nice if you don’t have a lot of time to study. This Bible o MY THOUGHTS ON THIS BOOK This KJV Know the Word Study Bible offers three ways to study the Bible. You can study Verse by Verse, Book by Book or Tooic by Topic. Either way you study, you will have a more understanding of The Word of God. We all study differently, so this Bible makes it easy whichever way you want to study. I have enjoyed using the verse by verse study, it give an easier and more simplistically way to study, which makes it nice if you don’t have a lot of time to study. This Bible offers many other tools to study including these: Insightful introductions for each book of Scripture Words of Jesus in red Beautiful two-color interior page design Comprehensive list of theological notes Concordance Full-color maps if you are looking for a new study Bible, and if you enjoy the KJV of the Bible, this is one you will enjoy. I received this Bible from Litfuse Publicity Blog Tours to read and review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 55.

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