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Nelson Study Bible (NKJV)

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ISBN: 9781418502270
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Overview

This is the study Bible from the mind of a scholar and the heart of a pastor. The depth of its scholarship is evident in its over 15,000 expository study notes, 100 InDepth articles, 350 WordFocus word studies, and extensive book introductions, among other features. The Nelson study system is comprehensive as well as inviting. Includes in-text maps and charts. (ISBN: 0-7852-1292-2)

Please note: This product does not contain the Bible text, but it does include all the study notes found in the equivalent print version. You can purchase your preferred translation here or in a Logos Bible Software collection. The Nelson Study Bible can be used together with any Bible in your digital library. Just open The Nelson Study Bible and another Bible, then click the “chain link” icon in each resource and select “Set A” for each. (Need Help? We have a tutorial just for you!)

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“The concept of the seventy years of Babylon captivity is reiterated from 25:12. The number seventy symbolizes completion and fulfillment of God’s sovereign plans for creation and human history. The completion of the years of the kingdom of Babylon would also be the completion of Judah’s exile.” (Jeremiah 29:10)

“Paul depicts believers as stars whose light penetrates the spiritual darkness of a perverted world. Jesus said, ‘I am the light of the world.’ He also said, ‘You are the light of the world’ (Matt. 5:14). Christ is inherently light. We are the light of the world as long as we reflect Christ.” (Philippians 2:15)

“Because of her advanced age, it is probable that Sarah was more desirable to Abimelech for her wealth than for her physical appearance.” (Genesis 20:2)

“All Israel was characterized as impudent—literally ‘hard-of-head’” (Ezekiel 3:5–7)

“The eyes of human beings are simply not trustworthy.” (Proverbs 22:12)

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  1. Rick Pavlovsky
    Really like the notes. Wish it would have been updated to the third edition (2018) when purchasing in 2023.
  2. Steven Dwight Longe
  3. Ford Willman

    Ford Willman

    8/27/2019

  4. James E Groshong
    Great for daily study.
  5. Chris Cobb

    Chris Cobb

    2/6/2019

    My fault--did not read description carefully, just read the title. This is not in fact the NKJV Bible. It's ONLY the notes. It should probably be categorized as a COMMENTARY, not a BIBLE. THen again, if I had read the description more carefully, I'd have seen that. My low rating is not a reflection of the quality of the commentary, but rather the classification of this piece of data as a Bible.
  6. Gregg Lamm

    Gregg Lamm

    11/2/2018

  7. Nathan Rice

    Nathan Rice

    7/21/2018

  8. Rickey J. Knighton
    I enjoy studying the Word of God and this study Bible makes it easy to understand.
  9. George T Barnes
  10. Kevin Paul Farmer

$31.99