A New Journal Experience from the NIV Beautiful Word™ Bible
The NIV Beautiful Word Bible Journal, Mark, includes the full text of the book of Mark, along with verse art and wide margins for journaling. As fans of Beautiful Word have come to expect, the colorful, illustrated art and uplifting imagery encourage a deeper and more inspired quiet time. The single-book format and slim paperback size make it easy to carry this Bible journal anywhere.
The NIV Beautiful Word Bible Journals are set in Zondervan’s exclusive NIV Comfort Print® typeface for smooth reading. Expertly designed to be used for the New International Version (NIV) text, Comfort Print offers an easier reading experience that complements the most widely read modern-English Bible translation. The art inside is from the NIV Beautiful Word Bible, Updated Edition, along with new illustrated verses created specifically for this Bible journal.
- The book of Mark from the accurate, readable, and clear New International Version (NIV)
- Includes 13 full-color illustrated verses
- Thicker cream-colored paper and wide margins for journaling
- Single-column format
- Exclusive Zondervan NIV Comfort Print typeface
- 9.5-point print size
Unlike the journaling Bible itself, the illustrations added to the Beautiful Word Journal are already in full color so this is not a coloring journal. Instead what you get is significantly more space for your journaling and notetaking. with lined full page spreads instead of just the margins. The note pages are interwoven alongside the full text of the book of the Bible for study (in this case Mark). It has a very beautiful layout, and the font is comfortable size for reading. I only wish that the book laid flat easier which would make it easier to use. I like that it’s a good companion for either a church or personal Bible study and can make it much easier to look back on your notes in the future. I quite love this new addition to my Bible study resources.
*I received a copy of this journal through the Gateway Blogger Grid. Thoughts and opinions expressed are mine alone.
I just bought this book too. I like it, except for how it lays. You pretty much have to break the spine to get it to lay flat and be usable. So, I totally agree with your assessment. 😀