NKJV Life Application Study BibleTyndale House Publishers
This best-selling study Bible is now available in the New King James Version. It contains thousands of Life Application Notes to help readers apply the truths of God's Word to everyday life. Includes book introductions, in-text maps and charts, personality profiles, and more... Read More
- Words of Jesus featured in red lettering
- Daily reading plan
- Blueprint and Megathemes for each book
- Topical index
- Product type: Bible
- Format: Hardcover
- Release Date: Aug 15, 2000
- UPC: 9780842340359
- Height: 2.04
- Width: 6.69
- Length: 9.61
- Runtime Length: 0
- Language: English
- Audience Age Maximum: 0
- Audience Age Minimum: 0
- Translation: New King James
Customer ReviewsWrite your own review
- Love this Bible by Sandy on 3/24/2013
I use the NKJV Life Application study Bible and absolutely LOVE it. It's easy to read and It helps me understand the Scriptures better. I would love to be able to buy one of these Bibles for every member of my family. I would recommend this Bible over ALL others to anyone.!!
- This is a great Bible to learn from. by Sharon on 12/4/2012
This is a great Bible to learn about Christ Jesus. This Bible also gives you footnotes to help you understand some verses. It also lead you to other verses. My whole church uses this Bible. And this is the Bible my Pastor recommend.
- Excellent and an easy read. Practical to one's life today. by In the Know on 3/15/2012
This is the instructional manual for today's lives. It is very comprehendible, you can check the maps for ancient geography and see the relevance to today's geography.
Would very definitely recommend this to anyone seeking to know the truth about our God! As well as deepening a walk with Christ, getting understanding about scriptures and again an easy read.
I have more to discover about this bible and am greatly anticipating being able to purchase it for the very best price point. Partial to the purple hardback and or leather/leather-like one.
Don't just take my word for it - check it out today, at your local library (which is what I did and now must have in my reference book start-up library.