Wednesday, September 21, 2016

The Color Code Bible *Review



The new Color Code Bible comes in NKJV, which is perfect for my kids. We use the NKJV for our homeschool so that we are all reading the same words when we do our morning Bible time.
So what is does Color Code mean? Over 1600 are color coded to important themes, making it easier to find scriptures you are trying to memorize, or do a thematic study.


Gold: God
Navy: Sin, evil,
Red: Jesus
Orange: washed clean from sin, new life
Green: growth in your new life as a Christian and Faith Walk
Blue: Prayer, Praise and Thanksgiving
Purple: Heaven

It is like having the highlighting already done for you. A great way for kids to have an introduction to highlighting, and keeping track of themes in the Bible.



With over 800,000 words in the Bible, it can be a bit overwhelming for young readers. The Color Code system helps them to find relevant verses much easier, and then be able to read the chapters around that to gather the context.




The Bible also has a 365 day reading plan included in the front, which is great for kids who want to read the entire Bible and aren't sure how to get started. With it being right in the Bible, they aren't going to lose their reading plan either.


The Color Code Bible has even taken the time to list each verse that they have highlighted, under it's correct color, divided by Old and New Testament. This helps that if you want to find a verse about God, you can turn to the list of gold highlighted words and find a verse from the many listed.

This is a great bible for a Tween to get started with noticing themes in the Bible, as well as learning to dig a bit deeper rather than just reading a scripture alone.

Additional blank pages at the end of the Bible help the reader store up some memories to pass along with their Bible




Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 : “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”               



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1 comment:

  1. I wish I would have gotten this bible. Looks amazing! Love the review as always :)

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