Monday, May 12, 2014

Bible Reveiw - KJV Backpack Bible for Teens by Zondervan

KJV Backpack Bible for Teens
by: Zondervan

In today’s mail I received the most adorable Spring Violet imitation leather KJV Backpack Bible for Teens.  It measures approximately 4.5 in. x 6.75 in. x 1 in.  A really convenient size that can easily be carried on-the-go in your backpack or purse.  The two-tone purple polka-dots with white stitching are sure to be a hit with any Teen girl. 

On the inside:
There is a nice presentation page in purple and white, which gives not only a place to write your Teen’s name and your name but also enough space to write if it is given for a special occasion.  It contains both the Old and New Testaments with the words of Christ printed in red letter.   The contents page lists the Old and New Testament Books in order with the page numbers listed to help find them quickly.  It also lists the books in alphabetical order with the New Testament being listed in italics so it is easy to differentiate between the Old and New.  Following the contents page is the Epistle Dedicatory.  It has been a long while since I have seen that page listed and it was very moving to reread this page showing complete praise for God.  Before each chapter there is a brief description of the chapter.  It has a white attached ribbon page marker.  The print is what I would consider as a normal-small; however it is very crisp and easy to read.  To my surprise, because it is so small it has a very extensive full concordance. 

This delightful Bible is sure to inspire your Teen girl in reading her daily devotions!  It is a Bible that reveals the beauty of the old translations.  

Disclosure: I was given a copy of this Bible by the publisher, Zondervan,  for an honest review.   I was not required to write a favorable review nor was I compensated for my review. The opinions in this review are my own.

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