Hello again, everyone. Tonight I have a new review and this time the KJV, Journal the Word Bible, Large Print, Bonded Leather, Brown, Red Letter Edition: Reflection Journal.
The KJV Journal the Word™ Bible, Large Print allows you to creatively draw, paint, and journal your every day next to your treasured verses. With unique and sophisticated covers, this single-column large print edition features thick cream-colored paper with lightly ruled lines in the extra-wide margins, perfect to reflect on God’s Word.
Features of this Bible include:
- Lined, wide margins for notes
- Thicker cream paper
- Large print 10-pt font e
- Words of Christ in red
- Ribbon marker
- Elastic band for closure
This book will be a great edition to my own home journaling and to find out more about this book yourself, click here.
Please note, this review was made possible by a received review copy provided by Blogging for Books. All opinions are my own, thank you.
Hello, everyone. Tonight I’m reviewing the Food Grade Activated Charcoal Powder by Sagano.
So, why this powder?
- GREAT FOR TEETH WHITENING. I use this powder to make diy tooth powder and gum treatment.
- HIGH QUALITY.
- MADE FROM 100% PURE ACTIVATED CHARCOAL: This blend is non-toxic, face washing magic!
To find out more about this powder, click here.
Please note, this product was a review sample. All opinions are my own, thank you.
Hello again, everyone! Tonight finds us with a new book review and this time the NKJV, American Woman’s BibleWomen, Godly Virtues, and the Making of America, by Dr. Richard G. Lee.
This Bible edition focuses on “women throughout the history of this great nation” who have lived out such biblical values as “courage, faith, honor, mercy, sacrifice, forgiveness, obedience, resourcefulness and more,” according to the foreword.
The history buff inside me, the American History minor loves that the women’s biographies featured in “American Woman’s Bible” cover virtually the entire history of our nation from various time periods as well. They range from Louisa May Alcott (author of “Little Women”) to Frances Willard (first female college president and leading member of the temperance and women’s suffrage movements). There are passages directly expressing interest in the years of the Great World Wars to Baby Boomers.
This Bible would be a great gift for any woman on your gift giving list this year.
To find out more about this author, click here.
Please note, this book review was made possible by a review sample. All opinions are my own, thank you.