"Take Action Bible" from Thomas Nelson

We know what the Word of God teaches us, but what does it mean to really put it into action? The Take Action Bible, part of Thomas Nelson Bible's God's Word in Action campaign to empower people to change the world, will show you people who are doing just that and help you to take action in your own life.


It includes 15 real-life stories, 52 Take Action Ideas, and Personal Take Action note pages in addition to the NKJV UltraSlim Bible text, words of Jesus in red, concordance, colour maps and Bible reading plan.


The colour pages in this Bible are beautiful and stunning. The real life stories will show you ways in which people have answered God's call to go, serve, give, heal, and touch. I really enjoyed the colour maps in this Bible and the Concordance is one of the better ones I have seen. My only criticism of this Bible is that I wish the real life stories were a bit more in depth, though I understand that space is limited. The personal reflection pages are a great touch and help you go further in depth to find out how you can answer God's call.


The UltraSlim Bible text is a little too small for me. Because of that I wouldn't use this as a regular or study Bible, but this Bible has been useful in inspiring me and motivating me to find my place in the world of serving of others.


From raising money through a lemonade stand to relocating to the mission field, the actions and inspiring stories will uplift you and motivate you to use your own life to make a difference in the world.


I received this Bible as part of Thomas Nelson's Booksneeze program. The opinions expressed above are purely my own.

Comments

  1. Sounds intriguing. Great review.
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  2. Hi Shan

    What is the font size on the text in this bible? I love the concept of this bible but passed on reviewing it because that was a concern of mine.

    Thanks
    Raona

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