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I am excited to share with you all this Woman’s Study Bible. As always I hope you enjoy the review and if you have any thoughts on this one or questions please feel free to ask or share in the comments below. For more information and other reviews, you can visit this Page.
Disclaimer: I was given a free copy of The Women’s Study Bible by Litfuse and the publishers in exchange for my fair and honest review. Please note that as always my thoughts in the “Personal Review” section are all honest and all my own opinions.
About The Women’s Study Bible:
My Personal Review:
I instantly fell in love with the bright and beautiful flowers and colors of this study Bible. There are a few different versions of the cover that you can get like an embossed leather cover, but when I saw this cheerful cloth-covered version I knew it was the one for me. I am so glad I did because not only is the cover pleasing to the eye, but all the colors and pretty flowers are spread throughout all the pages. It makes the pages not run together for my tired mom eyes. The colors are definitely a nice addition.
In each book, you will find some extra special tools to help you as you study them. These include timelines and outlines, information about the author of that book and some background for the story. I have always loved the book of Ruth so I jump straight there to check it out. Wasn’t she was such a faithful and dedicated woman, one to be admired? I sure believe so! In this Bible, I really enjoyed the sections in Ruth that gave a deeper looking into some of the crucial women in the book such as Naomi, Oprah, and Ruth. It was so interesting learning more about each of these women and really getting some insight on how they lived and what had led up to this point of Ruth.
Along with all the sections about the women, the publishers included some articles throughout the books as well. In Ruth, there was a lovely article sharing about grandparents and how using their lifetime of knowledge and wisdom could be so helpful to the younger parents as they raise their children. I had never thought about Naomi being a “live in” grandparents but that was mostly likely the case in her story so it was interesting to think of her taking on that role to Ruth’s son.
Reading the Bible is one of my favorite times of the day and now I love it even more. All the beautiful colors and designs along with the helpful maps, summaries and character profiles make diving into each book exciting. Each took makes it come to life even more than before. I highly recommend you check out The Woman’s Study Bible. It is an awesome tool for digging in dipper and soaking up the Word of God. I look forward to using often.