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KJV Note-Taker's Bible {Review}

KJV Note-Taker's Bible Book Cover KJV Note-Taker's Bible
Zondervan Bibles
Bibles
2014-09-22
1140

Description:

Finally, a hardcover Bible that has plenty of room for taking notes during public or private worship, small group fellowships, or any other time or place readers feel the need to make comments in their Bible. No more cramped writing in tiny margins–the KJV Note-Taker’s Bible makes it easy to stay organized and neat. Readers will be able to personalize the text of God’s Word to their lives like never before and will treasure it as a record of their spiritual journey. Includes the complete text of the popular King James Version translation. Features: Deluxe wide margins for note takers Complete KJV text – the most explanatory translation Single column text for easy reading Words of Christ in red letter.

If you like to take notes in your Bible-then this is a good option. I like to write in my Bible as well as doodle. This has worked pretty good for me, as I am using it for a study called “Documented Faith.” This is pretty much a no-frills Bible. It’s just the word with Christ’s words in red. There are no maps, or anything extra, really. So if you like to take quick notes then this should suffice–as long as you don’t write incredibly large. Now, for those of you who like to journal and take more extensive notes, then it doesn’t really give you much room for that.
I’ve seen a lot of negative reviews, and I can understand what some are saying. This Bible does state that it is a note-taker’s Bible. It’s not a journaling Bible. You just have to remember that. I have different Bibles for different studies. I like a lot of different styles, so I am not displeased with this one. It is just a simple styled Bible. Maybe different than what some people are looking for.

This is my Bible and a few things that I did jot down, so you can get an idea of how it looks.

KJV Journaling Bible {for review}

I’ve been pleased with this and will definitely continue to use it. I kind of like the “no-frill”, I can add my own touch and color to it myself. 😉

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