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Know the Word Study Bible (NKJV)







NKJV Know the Word Study Bible

This concise study Bible is a welcome addition to the ever growing
number of study Bibles on the market.  What makes this Bible unique is
the free flowing ease of reading that comes with the format of the
text.  Further, the study notes aid in bringing out the original
meaning of the Hebrew and Greek text while also giving the reader
important historical markers for further study.  Overall, the compact
nature of the Bible, the excellent study notes and the larger font
size of the actual biblical text make this Bible a great book for any
student of God’s Word.

One of the key features of this text is the red insight portions
inserted below the text as a way of gaining more wisdom about
particular themes in the text.  In Jeremiah 23:1-8, the editors
provide A Glimpse of the Messiah that outlines how the prophet viewed
the coming Messiah.  One notes states, “Jeremiah, along with Isaiah
and Zechariah, use the word branch to describe the Messiah (Is. 4:2;
Zech. 6:12).  The reference here to the Savior as a “branch of
righteousness” recalls God’s promise to David that his “throne shall
be established forever (2 Sam. 7:16) (1059).”  The introductions to
each biblical book also provide more wisdom for the situation that
each writer faced and the recipients for whom the book was written.

I am really impressed with this study Bible and know you will too.

Thanks to BookLookBloggers for the copy of this book in exchange for
an honest review.

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