I have been using my Mosaic Bible for about a month now for my Bible reading and devotions. I am grateful that I have received this beautiful, hard-bound Bible for free so that I can review it.
The cover itself is already a work of art featuring a cross mosaic in front. The Apostle’s Creed is featured on its back cover. The first part of the book is the Mosaic Weekly Devotions, the second part is the Bible itself in New Living Translation. Here is a more detailed description of the Bible.
The way I see it, The Holy Bible Mosaic is actually two books in one cover. In fact, the publishers have clearly separated it by using a different paper for the Weekly Devotions and the Bible. The paper for weekly devotions are the kind that you can easily write on. The paper used for the Bible is the tissue type paper – its the usual kind of paper that I see Bibles printed on.
It’s the first time I have read an NLT Bible. It’s a surprise for me because it is so easy to read. I can compare it to reading a fiction book where the words are simple and the writing is easy to understand. I appreciate it. I appreciate the fact that I have my Bible and my guide for weekly reading in one book. It’s also good to have a theme for each week fusing my Bible reading together for the week.
The Holy Bible Mosaic team of editors wanted to show that all of our lives is part of a mosaic. A mosaic that will all come together to show the beauty of the work of God in each of our lives. No matter that all of us come from different parts of the world and diverse circumstances, each one of us is a tesserae in God’s mosaic.
Today I will have Mr. Keith Williams visit my blog. Keith Williams is the General Editor of this Bible and he will be answering our questions about the Holy Bible Mosaic. Welcome to Beyond The Silver and The Gold Blog, Mr. Williams.
In my preview review of this Bible, a reader asked this question:
Is the Holy Bible: Mosaic done incorporating the Jewish traditions/culture of Bible times?
I have some questions of my own:
Mr. Williams, I’m always curious about the process by which a product comes about. The Holy Bible:Mosaic is a very unique Bible featuring many writings from different writers worldwide.
Can you talk about the process that you and your team went through in producing this beautiful Bible?
Why did you choose to use the New Living Translation?
How did you see the Holy Bible: Mosaic touching the lives of Christians all over the world?
Now for the winner of this giveaway…
The winner of a certificate for a brand new Holy Bible Mosaic is:
I used Random.org to draw the winner for this giveaway. I assigned these numbers to those who joined:
This is Random.org’s result: