NKJV Woman's Study Bible: Pink, Leather-look Imitation Leather
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NKJV Woman's Study Bible: Pink, Leather-look
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We are all created in God's image, but it is no secret that God created men and women differently. He formed the woman's heart to connect with him in special ways. The NKJV The Woman's Study Bible has been a trusted and valuable resource for women for almost fifteen years. Including articles on Bible study by respected women such as Stormie Omartian, Anne Graham Lotz, and Nancy Leigh DeMoss, The NKJV Womens Study Bible is a priceless treasure, poignantly delivering the word of God to a woman's heart. With special features and notes appealing to the interests of women and highlighting women throughout scripture and capturing the unique ways that Christ cared for women. The NKJV Woman's Study Bible is highly readable and easy to carry and features a new fashionable cover.
- Two-colour text throughout
- Presentation section with Family Tree and Memory Pages
- Detailed biblical character portraits of over 100 women of the Bible
- Extensive study notes
- Over 300 articles on relevant topics
- Book introductions and outlines
- In-text maps and charts
- Full-colour maps
- Topical Index
- 1888 Pages.
NKJV Woman's Study Bible: Pink, Leather-look by Thomas Nelson was published by Thomas Nelson in August 2010 and is our 21706th best seller. The ISBN for NKJV Woman's Study Bible: Pink, Leather-look is 9781418543907.
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|Page last updated||13th May 2017|
|Author / Artist||Thomas Nelson|
|Book Format||Imitation Leather|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (August 2010)|
|Number of Pages||1804|