Large Print Black Compact Bible

$19.99 $15.99
ISBN: 9781432133009
Availability: In stock

he black faux leather cover is heat debossed with a continuous flowing leaf design that starts on the back cover and wraps around the spine where it is attached to a smooth front panel with a double row of black topstitching. The smooth panel on the front holds the silver foiled title.

HOLY BIBLE 
 
KING JAMES VERSION

The title is also repeated in silver foil on the spine.

 

The classic King James Version is written in beautiful poetic language and evokes a sense of tradition. The gilt-edging on the pages and the coordinating black ribbon marker adds to the beauty of this compact Bible. The lay-flat binding and soft flexcover mean it opens flat for easy reading.

 

Inside, you'll find a double-column format, words of Christ printed in red ink, a concordance, a thematic Scripture verse finder, a one-year Bible reading plan, and eight full-cover maps. A presentation page is included for you to complete to mark a special occasion by presenting this Bible as a gift.

 

This Black Faux Leather Large Print Compact King James Version Bible makes a luxurious gift to mark a special occasion like a baptism or confession of faith. Give it as a Christmas or birthday gift to a father or grandfather who likes to read his Bible on the go. It's an excellent gift for travelers who cannot carry large books but prefer to read their Bibles in book format rather than on an app.

 

  • Black Faux Leather with Leaf Design 
  • Silver Foiled Title 
  • Heat Debossed Design 
  • Classic King James Version
  • Gilt-Edged Pages 
  • Lay-Flat Spine 
  • Attached Ribbon Page Marker 
  • Words of Christ in Red Ink 
  • Double-column Format
  • Flexcover
  • Concordance 
  • Thematic Scripture Verse Finder 
  • Full-color Maps
  • One-Year Bible Reading Plan 
  • Presentation Page
  • Text Size: 10-point type 
  • Size: 6.7" x 4.7" x 1.5" (170 x 119 x 38 mm)
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