Saturday, May 18, 2019

Review: NKJV, Wiersbe Study Bible


About the book:
Now you can experience Dr. Warren Wiersbe’s lifetime of powerful Bible teaching in one place. Whether through his bestselling “BE Series” commentaries or his popular “Back to the Bible” radio ministry, Dr. Wiersbe has guided millions into a life-transforming encounter with God’s Word. Now, in this single volume, you have access to Dr. Wiersbe’s trustworthy, accessible explanations of the Bible’s truths and promises, through his comprehensive system of study and application notes. Make the most of your time reading, studying, and reflecting on Scripture with The Wiersbe Study Bible.

Features include:

Thousands of verse-by-verse notes by Dr. Wiersbe
Hundreds of Catalyst notes which more deeply reveal important biblical themes and character issues to motivate transformation by the Holy Spirit through the Word
Book introductions featuring Dr. Wiersbe’s historical background, themes, and practical lessons for each book of the Bible
“Be transformed” section in each book introduction specifically pointing to the life-changing impact of that particular part of Scripture
Thousands of cross references, showing the connections throughout the Bible
Concordance with key words for deeper word study
Full-color maps
Clear and readable 10.5-point NKJV Comfort Print®

My thoughts:

After reading a couple of Wiersbe's books I jumped at the chance to get this Bible as I found his books to be helpful.

The study Bible is well-made and seems to be something that'll last through years of use. I love the comfort print, red letters, and the amount of study notes -- seriously there are so many little different study notes throughout. There are Catalyst notes, verse-by-verse notes, the book introductions, and more. Also, the concordance included at the end is huge -- I counted over 250 pages.

All in all, it is a great study Bible and one I'm glad to have. It is a little heavy, but that is because it is a thick study Bible from all the notes.

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