Buying a gift for a Bible lover? You have some great options that involve awesome Bibles, but there’s so much more, too!
Before we dive in, let’s take a minute to talk about Bible versions or translations. You may or may not be familiar with the various options, but that’s alright. If you don’t know what Bible translation your gift recipient might like, a 2021 study showed that New International Version (NIV) is the most popular version, followed by King James Version (KJV). The exception is for Roman Catholics who most commonly use the New American Bible (NAB).
- What makes a good Bible for a gift?
- Best Bibles:
- What is a Study Bible?
- Study Bible Gift Guide:
- Other gifts for Bible lovers:
- Bible Studies:
- Bible Study Notes:
- Prayer Journals for Women:
- Did you find a great gift?
My recommendations will bring you to Amazon simply for their amazing variety of gifts, but also so you can see plenty of reviews before making your purchase. Any recommendation I’m making in this gift guide has at least 4 stars and over 200 reviews. You can simply use Amazon to browse and make your purchase elsewhere, too. (This post contains affiliate links. This is my full disclosure.)
What makes a good Bible for a gift?
Just like with any book, a hardcover or leather/imitation leather-bound book says “beautiful lasting heirloom” more than a softcover or e-book.
Also, a Bible with larger print is easier on the eyes than the tiny (6pt) print of many compact Bibles. Smaller Bibles are perfect for those who travel a lot and bring their Bible with them or for those who are really concerned about space, but those should be the rare exceptions.
I recommend a full-size Bible as a gift in most cases.
KJV Holy Bible, Large Print Compact, Saddle Tan Faux Leather w/Ribbon Marker, Red Letter, King James Version
What is a Study Bible?
Study bibles include notes throughout that give the reader context, history, and guidance about the passages as they read. Let’s face it, the Bible can be confusing, so the study notes help readers absorb more of the message.
Study Bibles are perfect for newer Christians or for established Christians who are actively seeking to grow in their faith.
Study Bible Gift Guide:
Study Bibles for Her:
NIV, The Woman’s Study Bible, Hardcover, Full-Color: Receiving God’s Truth for Balance, Hope, and Transformation
NIV, Beautiful Word Bible, Updated Edition, Peel/Stick Bible Tabs, Cloth over Board, Floral, Red Letter, Comfort Print: 600+ Full-Color Illustrated Verses
KJV Large Print Compact Reference Bible, Pink LeatherTouch, Red Letter, Ribbon Marker, Smythe Sewn,Two Column Text, Easy-To-Carry, Full-Color Maps
Study Bibles for Him:
Every Man’s Bible NIV, Deluxe Heritage Edition, TuTone (LeatherLike, Brown/Tan) – Study Bible for Men with Study Notes, Book Introductions, and 44 Charts
Other gifts for Bible lovers:
If you’re not certain about what type of Bible your Bible lover might enjoy or know they already have a Bible they love, there are other options for gifts that can help them enjoy their Bible even more.
Bible book marks:
Help your Bible recipient keep track of their place and special verses or chapters.
Bookmark for Bible Multi-Color 8-Page Ribbon Marker
Post-Its don’t mark up the Bible, but help the reader stay organized
Post-it Flags Assorted Color Combo Pack
Give your Bible-loving recipient the meaningful experience of studying a particular book or aspect of the Bible.
I’ve got some specific recommendations for Bible Study below, but if you’re looking for a good general Bible Study, publisher New Growth Press has a great Gospel-Centered Life in the Bible series of eleven studies that cover a variety of themes. Each contains about 10 lessons and most (if not all) contain leader notes for group study.
Bible Study Notes:
Perfect way to organize key verses and thoughts for your Bible study-loving gift recipient.
Devotionals tackle a particular theme and walk the reader through reflection to develop a closer relationship to Jesus. Devotionals are great gifts for Bible lovers!
Prayer Journals for Women:
Many people who enjoy reading the Bible would also enjoy a prayer journal. A prayer journal is a great gift in any case, but especially nice if you don’t know what type of Bible or supplemental gifts to purchase.
Did you find a great gift?
I hope you found this Bible Lovers Gift Guide helpful. Were you hoping to find something here that was missing? I’d love to hear from you!.
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2 thoughts on “Gift Guide for Bible Lovers”
O How I love to have any of this for my Bible Study. I really love Reading. I’m living here in Philippines 🇵🇭. God bless to this Ministry.
Thank you for the feedback, Ruffa Mae. You are a blessing to my ministry. <3
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