Thursday, December 24, 2015

Bible Review: NKJV Prophecy Study Bible, 2015 Edition, John Hagee General Editor

The NKJV Prophecy Study Bible : Understanding God's Message in the Last Days (2015 Edition) is a Specialty Bible with prophecy information explained by John Hagee. It contains the NKJV Bible translation with Yeshua's (Jesus') words in red, as well as notes about prophecies, including meanings and fulfillment, alongside the Bible text (on a separate page alongside the text from what I have observed). At the beginning of each Bible book there is an description of the book, information about the author, the time it occurred, Yeshua in the book, keys to the book, and a survey of the book. There is an outline about the Bible book, which includes topics, location, time, and how the book is divided. There are sections throughout the Bible that I consider devotions that focus on topics related to the Bible verses surrounding it. There are also 20 questions that are answered throughout the pages of this specialty Bible, these questions are answered in detail. There are even random interesting diagrams listed about information related to prophecy and maps.

This has been an interesting specialty Bible for me to read. In my opinion, it  is jammed full of information related to prophecies and the past and future fulfillments. I loved seeing the "Timetable of the Prophets" on page 408. It lists the prophets of Israel and Judah with a timetable, including prophets starting with Enoch and Noah. It was interesting to see that most of the prophets were there to prophecy before the silent years before the birth and ministry of Yeshua. I like how the information in this specialty Bible is included around the Scripture verses that the information describes, that makes it easier to flip to those verses, or to read the information next to / near the Bible text that is being read. I really love that there is an "Introduction to the Visual Survey of the Bible" section in between the Old and New Testaments, that section explains the History of Israel (the land, the people, the kingdom), the Life of Yeshua, and the Early Church; it shows the bridging of the Testaments.

I can tell a lot of time went into the information included in this specialty Bible and I think it will be a great resource for people to read that information as they are reading the Bible. This is definitely for people that have an interest in learning a lot of deep, important information about Bible prophecy.

My review= 5 out of 5 stars

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the BookLook Bloggers <http://booklookbloggers.com> book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.

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