I have been given the opportunity to review the Color Coded Bible (NKJV) by Thomas Nelson. I have seen many color coded bibles before but what sets this one apart is that it is for kids. This particular Bible uses a simple method of assigning colors to seven different topics or themes throughout Scripture.
My initial thought, before I received my copy, is that the Bible would be color coded throughout. But when I received my copy, I learned that there are only 1600 verses that are color coded. This isn’t a bad thing; I was just expecting more.
What was surprising was the different Bible reading plans and index references categorized to help you find passages related to certain topics.
All in all this is a great beginners Bible for an older child to pre-teen. I am very pleased with my copy.
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