KJV, Reference Bible, Personal Size Giant Print, Leather-Look, Black, Red Letter Edition (Large Print / Imitation Leather)

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A reference Bible for everyday use containing giant print type in an easy-to-carry format. This edition is published in large KJV Comfort Print type, which was designed exclusively for Thomas Nelson to be the most readable at any size.

The literary beauty of the King James Version with the readability of Thomas Nelson's custom KJV font, plus essential study resources, words of Christ in red, and an easy-to-read type size, all in a package that's convenient to take anywhere. That's the KJV Personal Size Giant Print Reference Bible. The giant print format and beautifully designed layout of this edition will add to your comfort as you dig deep into God's Word. Additional features include an attractive end-of-page reference system, book introductions, a concordance, and full-color maps.

Features Include:

  • PRESENTATION PAGE - Personalize this special gift by recording a memory or note
  • BIBLE BOOK INTRODUCTIONS - Provide a concise overview of the background and historical context of the book about to be read
  • END-OF-PAGE CROSS REFERENCES - Allow you to find related passages quickly and easily
  • RED LETTER - Quickly identity the words of Christ printed in red
  • CONCORDANCE - Look up a word's occurrences throughout the Bible
  • MIRACLES and PARABLES of JESUS - Call out important events during Jesus' earthly ministry
  • READING PLAN - A plan to read the entire Bible in a year
  • DOUBLE SATIN RIBBON MARKERS - Easily navigate and keep track of where you were reading
  • GILDED PAGE EDGES - Adds a beautiful shine around the border of the paper
  • FULL-COLOR MAPS - Show the layout of Israel and other biblical locations for better context
  • Easy-to-read giant 11.6-point KJV Comfort Print


Product Details
ISBN: 9780785215462
ISBN-10: 0785215468
Large Print: Yes
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: October 3rd, 2017
Pages: 1728
Language: English

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