The NKJV Journal the Word™ Bible, Large Print allows you to creatively express yourself every day with plenty of room for notes or verse art journaling next to your treasured verses. With unique and sophisticated covers, this single-column large print edition features thick cream-colored paper with lightly ruled lines in the extra-wide margins, perfect to reflect on God’s Word and enhance your study. Excellent for a gift or for personal use, it can also be a cherished heirloom to pass on to future generations with your personal writings inside! Features of this treasured Bible include: • Lined, wide margins for notes, reflections and art • Thicker cream paper for enduring note-taking • Large print 10-pt font eliminates eye strain when reading • Words of Christ in red • Lays flat in your hand or on your desk • Ribbon marker My review:
Bible journaling seems to be something else women have cornered the market on, but it is something I have been interested in. I'd thought about buying a journaling Bible, but then feared I may not use it..... then this Bible came up for review and I jumped on it.
First off, don't be put off by the large print claim. It is 10-pt font, which is not that big, and seems close to the size of the regular print books I read on a daily basis.
The Bible comes in a slip case that is open on both ends. The Bible itself is hardcover/cloth cover with an attractive design. The version is the very familiar and loved New King James version..... not my first choice for a journaling Bible, but it is a version I like.
The journaling part of it: The Bible has single columns with wide margins on each page. The margins are lined the whole way down with faint lines, but dark enough to be visible... ideal for people like me who can't write straight. There is plenty of space to write, doodle, put stickers, and whatever else can be done in Bible journaling.
One thing I wish was included was ideas on how to journal in the Bible, but those can be found on-line, and Family Christian stores occasionally has in store classes on Bible jorunaling. The Bible was made for journaling, and Nelson did a great job on making it fill the idea.
The NKJV Journal The Word Bible is available from Thomas Nelson.
Note to authors: I do review for some publishers, but if you are interested in getting a book reviewed, doing a email review, or even a guest blog, contact me. I am primarily interested in Christian fiction, and other types of Christian books. I also like to host giveaways.
I do prefer physical copies, as I never read e-books.
Also interested in reviewing other items. Email: marcus802001(at)yahoo(dot)com
I live in Lisbon, Ohio. I am single, and am uncle to the six greatest kids in the world. I enjoy blogging about Christian fiction, my family, Christianity, and the events of my life.
I deal personally with same-sex attraction, but am living according to God's Word with His help.
If you are an author, particularly Christian fiction, and need someone to review your book, give me a holler.