NIV Color Code Bible Published By Thomas Nelson – Review



See God’s plan and key teachings of the Bible through this remarkable deluxe leathersoft version of the NIV Color Code Bible. More than 1,600 verses are highlighted in colors throughout the text, drawing children’s attention to God’s Word. The NIV Color Code Bible for kids will teach your children key biblical truths on important themes and make learning the God’s Word fascinating and fun.

With topics arranged by color, you will learn about salvation and how to put God’s Word into your daily faith walk. The topics/colors are:

Gold: God
Navy: Sin/Evil
Red: Jesus
Orange: New Life
Green: Spiritual Growth
Blue: Prayer/Praise
Purple: Heaven
Lime: Family/Children
Magenta: Love
Brown: Animals

A vibrant 64 pages in the beginning of the Bible will explain the color system as well as offer expanded study help features especially for growing your child’s solid faith.

The large, readable type, bold in-text subject headings, individual Bible book introductions, and color-highlighted verses all make this Bible a fantastic purchase for any child!

Full of bright colors, memorization aids, and the never-ending truth of God’s Good News, the NIV Color Code Bible is an exciting new way to study God’s Word.

My Thoughts

This fun Bible will definitely appeal to children! The bright colors will catch their attention and help them memorize certain parts of the Scripture. I feel like adults will also enjoy this color-coded bible. The color highlighting will help adults find verses easily and help them memorize the Bible as well. This Bible would make the perfect gift! This Bible can be found on Amazon here.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from BookLook in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.

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