The beginning pages before the Bible text starts include two title pages, the Table of Contents, Alphabetical Order of the Books of the Bible, Alphabetical List of Articles by Title, Foreword, welcome pages, Through the Bible in a Year, and Preface. The ending pages after the Bible text include Study Helps (Table of Weights and Measures, Endnotes, Subject Index, Index to Readings by Habit) and colored maps.
This Bible was useful to me when I was trying to dig deeper into the book of Micah. In my opinion, the articles open up the Bible verses more. They sometimes use outside sources to explain the Scriptures given. I would rather just focus on what the author(s) of the specific articles have to say though. I like how the articles are right beside or very close to the Scriptures they explain. Some of the devotions seemed to concentrate on modern ways of walking with God and Jesus (Yeshua), like with one that explained why it is good to go by the modern calendar (when I like to try to go by the ancient Hebrew one).
I also read through the books of Ephesians, Philippians, and Colossians and like how the articles were there to explain Bible text I had just read. I also used some of the articles for daily devotions, to help me get a good start on some days with learning more about the Scripture verses they explained.
I love that this specialty Bible uses the NIV translation since that is a translation I use often.
I believe that people that like to have devotional-like material beside Bible text would really like this Bible.
My Review= 4 out of 5 stars
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