Item description for Personal Size Giant Print-kjv Reference Edition by Thomas Nelson...
One of our best-selling Bibles offers compact styling with easy-to-read type and helpful references. Available in a wide variety of colors, the Personal Size Giant Print Reference Edition is popular with those who want to reduce eyestrain when reading.
*Family Record Pages
*12 point type
*Words of Christ in Red
*The symbol "R" beside a word denotes a Read-Along Reference which lists at the end of the verse other passages which have similar meanings or further bearing on the word or phrase indicated
*The symbol "T" beside a word or phrase indicates a Read-Along Translation, an easy-to-understand alternate meaning at the end of the verse
*A star "*" beside a verse in the Old Testament indicates a Messianic prophecy
*A star "*" beside a verse in the New Testament indicated a prophecy that has been fulfilled
*Prophecies of the Messiah Fulfilled in Jesus Christ
*Read Your Bible Through In a Year
*Summary of the Books of the Bible
*8 Full-color maps
*Gold Gilded edges
*Quality, Durable Binding
*6" x 8 3/8" x 1 1/2"
*Bonded Leather Black
Enhance your time reading and exploring God's Word. Experience a whole new level of visual comfort and biblical study with Thomas Nelson's "KJV Personal Size Giant Print End-of-Verse Reference Bible." This Bible is filled with references and study aids to strengthen your Bible reading. Plus, it features giant print type, making reading more enjoyable than ever. Ideal for individual study, teaching, and ministry work, this trusted edition of the Holy Bible will enhance your time exploring the beauty and meaning of God's Word.
Family record section
Stars marking messianic prophecies
Words of Jesus in red
2 ribbon markers
Type size: 13
Part of the CLASSIC SERIES line of Thomas Nelson Bibles
"Personal Size Giant Print End-of-Verse Reference Bibles" sold to date: More than 5.4 million units
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Format: Large Print
Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.1" Width: 6.5" Height: 2" Weight: 2.583 lbs.
Binding Leather, Bonded
Release Date Mar 29, 1982
Publisher Thomas Nelson
ISBN 0840705751 ISBN13 9780840705754
Bible Binding: Bonded Leather Color: Black Point/Type Size: 13.00 Version: KJV Redlettering: Yes - Words of Jesus in Red! Boxed Presentation: Yes - Comes Boxed! Family Info Section: Yes Concordance: Yes - Built In Concordance Gilded: Yes - Pages are gilded! Ribbon Marker: Yes - Keep's your place! Presentation Bible: Yes Giant: Yes - Giant Type Print
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Reviews - What do customers think about Personal Size Giant Print-kjv Reference Edition?
Personal size giant print reference bible. Mar 12, 2006
This book is well made, good paper, gilt edged w/ribbon marker. good soft leather binding. good contrast ratio for easy reading and large print. My Aunt( for whom I bought it) who has very limited vision cannot read a regular book. She LOVES this bible. She can see the words and read it clearly.
Christ is the Son Of God. Know the Word, Believe, and Follow Nov 10, 2005
Jesus Christ is the Lord of this World and of Everything. We must believe in Him because He is Coming Back soon in order to set Up His Kingdom Here, on this Never Ending Earth. Follow the Commandments, Follow Christ, Repent of Your evil sins, and change for the better. Don't Hate anyone but always pray for them, the poor, the dead, the sick children, the souls in purgatory, your parents, your brother,and yourself.
Read Revelation in the KJV and you will find out that any person who does not take the "mark of the beast" will not go to Hell, but he will have Eternal Life with Jesus Christ.
Go to a Bible school, or watch TBN or thoroughly read this Bible again and again in order to understand the Word of God.
The future world that awaits us is not like this one, we will have different bodies. But in order to be there you must follow the Lord. The Lord hates sin but you can make it to Heaven by following the commandments, praying, and believing in the Son of God-always and forever. And very important that when the antichrist comes to never take the Mark of the beast or else you will go to hell if you take that mark. Reach Heaven by not taking the mark of the beast.
KJV Bible-From the beginning of man to the Second Arrival Of Jesus Christ here on Earth.
Highly Recommended to non believers who don't know God but who want to know Him, as well as for Christians who need to buy a new Bible, get this-KJV.
Other books that i recommend to you are the following:
How to avoid Hell by Friar Schouppe
Souls in Purgatory by Maria Simma
The way to Christ by Pope John Paul the Second.
The Sword of the Spirit the Word of God by Joy Lamb.
Please, follow the ways, a new world awaits us if we follow Christ. We will be immortal forever.......
Color Matters Oct 31, 2003
I could have purchased this item from a dozen different sellers. I was told AFTER the wrong color arrived, that the selection was at random and there was no way to select the color I wanted.
A very reliable but difficult to understand Bible version Mar 27, 2002
The King James Version (KJV) is probably the best-known version of the Bible. And it is truly an excellent translation. First off, it follows a "formal equivalence" (word-for-word) translation principle. IMO, this principle is much more accurate than the "dynamic equivalence" (thought for thought) principle that most modern-day versions follow.
In addition, the KJV is based on the "Textus Receptus" (TR). And again, I consider this Greek text to be more reliable than the "Critical Text" (CT) that most modern versions utilize. Although, I actually prefer the "Majority Text" (MT) to the TR, but these two texts are very close, much closer to each other than either is to the CT.
But it must be noted that the KJV is not the only version that follows a formal equivalence principle and is based on the TR. There are several other such versions, such as the New King James Version, Modern King James Version, and the Literal Translation of the Bible, while my own Analytical-Literal Translation is based on the MT.
Moreover, each of these other versions utilize modern-day English and thus are relatively easy to read while the KJV's use of the Elizabethan English can make it very difficult to understand.
Now I know there are many "KJV-onlyists" who consider the KJV to the only true Bible, while all other Bible versions are called "perversions." And their diatribes even attack versions like the ones I list above. But I have taken the time to investigate their arguments and have found them to be faulty.
I present my counter-arguments to the KJV-onlyists' arguments in much detail in the section on "KJV-onlyism" in my book Differences Between Bible Versions, so I won't try to get into that discussion here. I'll simply encourage the reader to consider both sides of this argument before making a decision on it.
All that said, if you can understand the KJV then by all means utilize. But if you find the KJV difficult to read, then before condescending to read a less reliable dynamic equivalence version, or worse, giving up on reading the Bible altogether, I would suggest checking out one of the versions I mention above.
My Bible version book will provide aid in understanding the issues I address above and in choosing a Bible version. Along with looking at the versions mentioned above, my book also reviews over 25 other versions of the Bible.
Great Book! Aug 29, 2001
Fabulous moral tale, really tells people how to live their lives. Without this, their would not be any morals in the western world. The end was a bit of a let down, though.