Saturday, October 9, 2010

The Treasure Of God's Word Review

The Treasure Of God's Word: Celebrating 400 Years Of The King James Bible compiled by Jack Countryman is a gorgeous book, and anyone would be pleased to get such a beautiful book as a gift. The leather-like cover, the beautiful graphics and writing style, as well as the gold lined pages would be a treat for anyone. 

There are passages from the King James Version of the Bible in the book, and info about why the King James Version was created. There are verses about God's Love, God's Grace, God's Spirit, and so forth, plus sections about the origins of the King James Bible and revisions made to it. A very nice book to keep for yourself or give as a gift!

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