Book Review: KJV Bride's Bible




The KJV Bride's Bible totes a very pretty, feminine, lacy pattern on the cover, similar to what you'd find on a wedding dress. (The photo above is much darker than the actual pattern. It's more of a beige/champagne print on white and reminds me of my grandmother's wall paper!) It comes in a gift box that reads, "God's Word for Your Wedding Day," and has several pages in the front to mark the bride's special day. There are lines to fill in with the wedding date, names of bride and groom, attendants and so forth. There are also pages where photographs can be attached.

This Bible is a standard King Jame's Version of the Bible, with the words of Christ in red. In the front there's the Table of Contents, as well as each book listed alphabetically. In the back of the Bible, there is a concordance, followed by 7 biblical maps. This Bible does not have a lot of bells and whistles, such as commentaries or time lines. It's plain and simple.

But, what is great about this Bible is it's size--it's about as big as my hand. It is small and compact and that is great for a mom carrying a purse, a diaper bag, and a baby into the church on Sunday morning! That is the main reason why I chose the Bible. I know that I can tuck it into my purse and take it anywhere with me. It is very lightweight and compared to my current "go-to-church" Bible, it's a feather. I love the convenience it offers because of its size.

The only thing I would change about it is the font size. It's pretty small and well, a larger font would be nice. At any rate, great choice if you're looking for a sweet gift for a bride or you want a smaller Bible to carry to church or Bible study.

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1 comment:

  1. It sounds like it would also make a lovely heirloom gift for a bride. A mom could buy it now and save it for her young daughter to carry at her wedding some day, with her bouquet, since it is so small. It could be the something old. Thanks for sharing this sweet treasure. Blessings~

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