Preacher’s Outline & Sermon Bible (Printed)

POSBclassicKJVopen.jpgIt looks like the Preachers Outline & Sermon Bible has added a few more books of the bible since I last visited their website earlier in the year.
While the photo pictured shows their Classic Set, which is their most elegant best value. I like the individual 3 ring binder volumes. Pictures is the 3 vol New Testament set which is quite lovely. I just like the idea of the binder method even though it takes up quite a bit more space.
After all, you’re not going to be carrying the 3 vol NT set around with you. It’s going to sit in one place.
As mentioned before, I have the 14 vol NT 3 ring binder set, plus the first 5 books of the Old Testament (which is another 7 binders). Their still working their way through the Old Testament, so let’s take a look at where they are. After the first 5 books they’ve completed:
Joshua
Judges – Ruth (in one volume)
1 Samuel
2 Samuel
1 Kings
2 Kings
1 Chronicles
2 Chronicles
Ezra – Nehemiah – Ester (in one volume)
Isaiah (2 volumes)
Jerimiah (2 volumes)
Ezekiel
Daniel (coming soon)
Hosea (coming soon)
As you can see they’ve jumped around a little bit. While it doesn’t say it, I’ll assume that Daniel will be two volumes like some of the other books.
Looks like we’re still waiting on Job, Psalms, & Proverbs. Also, Ecclesiates and Song of Solomon (which might be combined into 1 volume). Then there is Lamentations, plus all of the books after Hosea (Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Hababkkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, & Malachi.)
I’m looking forward to Psalms and Proverbs, two of my favorite books. Its possible there will be more than one volume for Psalms and possibly for Proverbs. I’ll get them as they are released.
Each volume is $42.99 from the publisher, Outline Bible Resources Of course, they are available at a discounted rate from Scripture Truth for $28.95 each.
I paid a total of $607.95 for the 21 volumes I now own. The was the entire NT (14 loose leaf binders) + the Pentateuch (first 5 books of the OT in 7 volumes).

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