Friday, April 20, 2018

The NKJV Vines Expository Bible, a review

Most often when I review something like an Expository Bible, I share if it will make a good reference book for your Bible study.  Thinking, of course, that it will be placed in a bookshelf and taken out when needed. 

That is what I expected with this Bible and I was very pleasantly surprised to find it not only informative but enjoyable.  This is not a reference Bible to keep on a shelf but to be used every day.  I was provided a hardback copy but I find it very easy to handle.  The larger than usual print is easy to read.

The Bible is edited by Baptist pastor Jerry Vines, who "leads you on a journey through the Bible, with observations and understanding straight from a pastor's heart.  Based on sermons selected from his lifetime of ministry, this Bible provides a distinctive, passage-by-passage guide through every book of Scripture and shows how God's revelation applies to your life."

Features Include:
  • 205 "Presenting the Message" detailed outlines from Jerry Vine's sermon archive
  • 148 "Living the Message" articles with illustrations for living the Christian life
  • 237 "Applying the Message" notes that help you see the relevance of Scripture for your walk with Christ
  • 311 "Discerning the Meaning" word studies that illuminate the meaning of key words in Scripture
  • 66 Book Introductions that describe each book's unique place in God's Word
  • Exclusive Thomas Nelson NKJV Comfort Print typeface
  • Easy-to-read 10.5-point type
  • Topical Index Concordance

I highly recommend this Expository Bible to anyone wanting to learn more about the Word of God from a man who has a gift of communication along with the heart of a pastor. 

The NKJV Vines Expository Bible was provided by the publisher for the sake of review but the opinions are my own.

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