Bibles for Teens: Bible Review “Matthew Henry: Daily Devotional Bible”
How can you find great Bibles for teens? Finding Bibles for teens can quickly become an overwhelming task especially if you don’t know someone who has purchased it and what their recommendations would be. With all the online shopping happening, we want as much information as we can to make the best decision without being able to physically flip through them.
For this reason, I will try to participate in Bible reviews as often as I can to hopefully help you in your decision for choosing Bibles for teens. As a Christian Blogger and being a member of the Bible Gateway Blogger Grid, oftentimes there are opportunities to review a Bible and the “Matthew Henry: Daily Devotional Bible” is one of these times.
I got the the “Matthew Henry: Daily Devotional Bible” for free to give an honest review on.
When I do these reviews for this particular blog, I take from my experience being in Youth Ministry for over 15 years and looking at it in the perspective if whether or not I would recommend these kinds of Bibles for teens.
At first glance, it came across as a mostly masculine Bible and after looking through it I stand by my initial reaction. Although I’m sure young women can draw from the devotionals and the Bible as a whole, when I think about buying bibles for teens I do take into consideration their gender and what is usually aesthetically pleasing to them and if the subject matter is something they can relate to.
There are many features in the the “Matthew Henry: Daily Devotional Bible” that I believe are great in Bibles for teens. Down below are pictures and quick captions about what I think of these features. If you wish to purchase the “Matthew Henry: Daily Devotional Bible”, you can CLICK HERE: “Matthew Henry: Daily Devotional Bible”
For the “Matthew Henry: Daily Devotional Bible,” I would recommend it for young men, both teenagers and young adult. Honestly, men at any age could enjoy this. However, if you are looking specifically for Bibles for teens, especially a Bible for young men, then this would definitely be a good choice for you.
Here are some more pictures including some specifics you may want to know.
I pray this Bible review helped you when considering Bibles for teens, but especially for the “Matthew Henry: Daily Devotional Bible” which I believe will be a great Bible and quick devotional tool.
Baskets of Blessings,
Jesus, family, ministry, and lots of coffee! My heart comes from being a young teen girl who didn’t know much and found Jesus in a dark time. My ministry focuses on the heart of God for this generation to make Godly decisions especially in the area of purity. A blog for all ages because God’s Word is eternal and has no age limit!
what do you think?