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Gorgeous Journaling Bible with Writing Prompts

I have a problem with beautiful Bibles. I end up having too many for one person!

This Bible immediately attracted me with its beautiful, golden floral-print cover and pink edging. It's simply gorgeous from the outside. This NIV Journal the Word Bible for Teen Girls is really pretty.

Meant for journaling, this Bible features wide margins with lined space for doodling, writing, and responding to God's word. Most margins also feature journaling prompts to get readers thinking about the passage and applying it to their lives. It's the kind of Bible that lays flat, and with a leather-like soft cover, it's meant to be marked up and worn out. And that's just what I plan to do!

Something that makes this Bible different from other journaling Bibles are the questions or writing prompts. Since the only "study" material is a short index at the end, I liked this addition to make the Bible more usable as a journal. I think NIV was a great translation choice as well, and Jesus' words are in red (something I always look for).

This is labelled as a Bible for teen girls, but I think it's suitable for older women as well. The only identifying item for teen girls is the title on the box and on one page inside. As an adult, I will be using this Bible for sure!

Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.


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