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Thursday, October 13, 2016
BookLook Blogger Review - Word Study Bible
I received a physical copy of the Word Study Bible as part of the BookLook Blogger program.
Dig deeper into your Bible study. When you study the original ancient texts, you gain better understanding of what the Lord meant when He had His Words written down for us to read. These words were originally written in Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek and have been passed down from generation to generation. When we look at the original text, we gain understanding and insight.
This is a Word Study Bible in the New King James Version NKJV that includes subheadings throughout the entire Bible within the text along with about 1,700 easy-to-use word studies using Hebrew, Greek, and Aramaic words that are explained in the chapters throughout, starting with Genesis and continuing through the end of Revelation.
This is the complete Old and New Testament with added notes for word study and reference, intended to be used to get a rich and in-depth study of words in their original context.
The Bible includes features, such as:
Word studies - Select words are highlighted in blue text boxes that stand out and help you understand the word in the context of Scripture.
Book introductions - These are brief synopses summarizing what the book is all about. They are placed at the beginning of each new book in an easy-to-read blue background.
A concordance - The end of the Bible provides you with a concordance to make it easy to look up specific words of interest.
Indexes for Hebrew, Greek, and English Word Number References at the end of the Bible, placed before the Concordance.
Colorful Maps - The very end of the Bible contains a few colorful maps.
New King James Version NKJV paragraph-style text within text subheadings
Words of Christ are in red