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NIV Color Code Bible {Book Review}

The NIV Color Code Bible Book Cover The NIV Color Code Bible
Thomas Nelson
HarperCollins Christian Publishing
October 10, 2017

See God’s plan and key teachings of the Bible through this remarkable version of the NIV Color Code Bible. More than 3,000 verses are highlighted in colors throughout the text, drawing children’s attention to God’s Word. The NIV Color Code Bible for kids will teach your children key biblical truths on important themes and make learning the God’s Word fascinating and fun.

More than 3,000 passages are color-coded on important faith themes. The first NIV version for children that is highlighted in full-color, this Bible will be simple for kids to read and understand.

With topics arranged by color, you will learn about salvation and how to put God’s word into your daily faith walk. The topics/colors are:

Gold: God

Navy: Sin, evil

Red: Jesus

Orange: washed clean from sin, new life

Green: growth in your new life as a Christian and Faith Walk

Blue: Prayer, Praise and Thanksgiving

Purple: Heaven

Brown: Animals

Teal: Family

Tangerine: Love

A vibrant 64 pages in the beginning of the Bible will explain the color system as well as offer expanded study help features especially for growing your child’s solid faith.

The readable type, bold in-text subject headings, and color-highlighted verses all make this Bible a fantastic purchase for any child!

Full of bright colors, memorization aids, and the never-ending truth of God’s Good News, the Color Code Bible is an exciting new way to study God’s Word.

I really love this Bible! Now this Bible is geared more towards kids from what the description says, but honestly it is wonderful for anyone of any age, I believe. The color coded verses are a really nice touch. The different colors represent different topics or themes throughout the Bible. {I'm sure you read the description.} 😉
There is even a section at the back of the Bible where your child {or you} can journal.
It is a durable hardcover and in an easy to understand version: NIV.
I would prefer a larger font, but it is still readable. For me, it isn't that big of a deal because I have to wear reading glasses anyway. 😀

Overall, this Bible is really helpful on touching on key topics and verses, and is colorful and well made!

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