NKJV Providence Collection Family Bible Hardback
by Thomas Nelson;
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Treasured NKJV heirloom Bible is designed to love, cherish and pass on to the next generation.
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NKJV Providence Collection Family Bible
Full Product Description
The Providence Collection Family Bible will serve as a distinctive affirmation of faith to all who enter your home.
This treasured heirloom Bible includes nearly two hundred inspiring images from the Providence Collectionto enhance the reverent experience of exploring the Bible.
Record your family tree, faith events, special memories and more in the stunning family record section. Chronicle prayer requests, praise reports and favourite Bible passages to encourage others.
Pass on your legacy of faith and tradition by gifting this Bible to your family, generation after generation.
Artwork, heritage, and the timeless text of the Bible come together to create a keepsake that will be cherished for years to come.
Deluxe family record section
Nearly 200 full-colour illustrations of biblical events
Complete text of the trusted New King James Version for accuracy, beauty and clarity
Easy-to-read, 9-point type
Top-of-page subject headings
Words of Jesus in red
Notes pages to record prayer requests, praise reports, favourite verses and favourite songs
NKJV Providence Collection Family Bible by Thomas Nelson was published by Thomas Nelson in February 2013 and is our 27403rd best seller. The ISBN for NKJV Providence Collection Family Bible is 9781418550097.
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Details for NKJV Providence Collection Family Bible
|Page last updated||13th May 2017|
|Author / Artist||Thomas Nelson|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (February 2013)|
|Number of Pages||560|