10 thoughts on “Review: NKJV Thompson Chain-Reference Bible

  1. Wow, what a beautiful Bible, would make a beautiful gift, too! ❤️

    My very first Bible was in the NKJV translation, it was the T.D. Jakes “Woman, Thou Art Loosed” NKJV Bible, it had a crimson red cover as well. Do you remember those? I loved it so much and had so much scribbled and highlighted in it, I was SO hungry for God’s Word.

    Love all your posts, sweet friend! Blessings for your week ahead, Jennifer … 🙏🥰💕

    1. Donna, thank you for commenting. Isn’t it amazing how we can associate a familiar color or cover design with another resource that has also blessed us? I’m glad this brought such a positive memory to you of when you were a new Christian! It is a wonderful thing to be able to see how God has worked over time in our lives to mold and shape us, through His Word! This really is a beautiful Bible that anyone hungry for His Word will enjoy!

  2. I always appreciate your reviews and know I can trust them! Thanks for this one! I hadn’t heard of this Bible, but I appreciate the glimpse into it! I’m always looking for new resources!

    1. Stacey – it means a lot to me to know that you find my reviews trustworthy! I strive to make sure to offer a balanced perspective that will help believers choose the best resources for their study and devotions! Thank you so much for your comment!

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