BIBLE | She Reads Truth | Navy Leathertouch | CSB Translation
About the She Reads Truth Bible:
The heart for the She Reads Truth Bible was not to add to or improve on the perfect and complete gift of Scripture God has given us. Rather, for everything they included in this Bible to point back to God and His Word. Every human word and element in this book is an intentional invitation for you to both read Scripture and grow in your affection for it.
Inherently beautiful. Intentionally designed.
Inspired by the She Reads Truth mission of "Women in the Word of God every day,” the She Reads Truth Bible is thoughtfully and artfully designed to highlight the beauty, goodness, and truth of Scripture.
The Bible is meant to be read, understood, and shared. So your translation of God’s Word should be true-to-the-original and one you like to read. CSB (Christian Standard Bible) Translation. The Christian Standard Bible captures the Bible’s original meaning without compromising clarity. An optimal blend of accuracy and readability, this translation helps readers make a deeper connection with God’s Word and inspires lifelong discipleship. The CSB is for everyone—for readers young and old, new and seasoned. It’s a Bible pastors can preach from and a Bible you can share with your neighbor hearing God’s Word for the very first time. You’ll find the CSB to be highly trustworthy and deeply satisfying.
66 Key Verses
One key verse was chosen for each book of the Bible. Individually, these 66 verses summarize each book. Together, they outline the Bible, using the Bible itself, becoming a rich and effective tool. Beautifully hand-lettered by fifteen different artists, the key verse art for each book serves to aid in memorization and celebrates the beauty of the gospel.
Each book has its own custom reading plan, broken down into easy-to-read sections. Reading plans also include supplementary passages for added context and deeper understanding.
Maps, Charts & Timelines
Introductions to books of the Bible include illustrated and designed maps, charts, and timelines. Placing a book in its geographical context helps us understand its cultural context. The charts illustrate how different passages of the Bible connect and relate to one another and to us. Including significant biblical and world events, the timelines provide historical context for the action of the book.