NKJV Word Study Bible

NKJV Word Study Bible: 1,700 Key Words that Unlock the Meaning of the BibleNKJV Word Study Bible: 1,700 Key Words that Unlock the Meaning of the Bible by Thomas Nelson

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Doing word studies can open up a whole new world in Bible study. Word studies also make it possible for those of us who don’t know Greek or Hebrew to be able to better understand what the original authors were saying. This Bible provides word studies right in with the text, rather than having multiple volumes to reference the different numbers and words. While not every word is given in this Bible, key words are given to provide the original language meaning. If you’ve been intimidated in the past with having multiple places to look up words to understand the original meaning, this Bible can provide a great start to doing word studies and learning what the word meant in the original language. And the text is in the New King James Version, which is more reliable being a word-for-word translation rather than thought-for-thought.

So if you’re looking for a way to start doing word studies, this Bible can be a great start!  The word studies in this Bible do not include all the range of meanings like you would see in a Strong’s Concordance. They do give the concordance number so you can look it up for further study. But the explanation of the word is not the multiple listing, but rather an explanation of the fuller meaning of the word. As such, this is more a beginning introduction to word studies and can be a way to get one’s feet wet before diving further using Strong’s. As a disclaimer, nowadays, word studies can be done fairly easily online on sites such as Blue Letter Bible. Also, this Bible is not a Study Bible – there are no study notes. It just includes explanations of 1,700 key words throughout the text.

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