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NKJV Prophecy Study Bible, 2015 Edition Understanding God's Message in the Last Days



Book Description

The prophecies of the Bible assure us that God will prevail. The NKJV Prophecy Study Bible, 2015 Edition has hundreds of pages of special features that offer a broad understanding of prophetic themes, salvation, covenants, and other important doctrines of the Christian faith.

Features include:
Introduction to Bible Prophecy
Index to Prophetic Passages
Top 20 Questions about Bible Prophecy
Diamonds for Daily Living
God's Great Promises
God's Great Salvation
Evidences
Spokesmen for God
Bible Insights
Bible Prophecy Charts
Full concordance
New King James Version® (NKJV) translation
Part of the Signature Series line of Thomas Nelson Bibles

Prophecy Study Bibles sold to date: Over 250,000 units

The New King James Version—More than 60 million copies sold in 30 years

My Review:
Thanks Booklook program for sending me this book for free in exchange for an honest review. 

I first wanted to review this Bible because I have several friends that always talks about John Hagee.   So my curiosity on reading something that he helped with sparked as well as knowing there would be some end times teachings as well.  

I am not a huge fan of the New Kings James version of the Bible compared to NIV and other easier to read ones.   I wish this Bible had other translations since I really do like some of the neat features.   I love understanding and digging deeper into meanings of words and there are several times in this Bible that it will help you understand the words that were used.  

My favorite feature in this Bible is the "Evidences" pages.   There are so many fun nuggets to pull out and a new understanding seems to happen a lot for me with these little extra pages.  

This book also does walk you through some end times stuff.  I am not one who enjoys to study end times stuff... mainly because I know things are getting rough and I trust God to do his thing.   I sometimes feel that too much end time stuff almost creates a fear in people which is not healthy... if anything it should make us work harder and being the light, planting seeds, and sharing the love of Christ.  With that said, I do believe John Hagee has done a great deal of study and this Bible will help you look at scripture and understand better what prophecies have come and are going to come.     

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