ESV Journaling Study Bible | Bible Review (What I’ve been waiting for...) (2023)


In this episode I review the new ESV Journaling Study Bible. This is the Bible that you need. I've been waiting for this Bible for a long time. The best of both world in one Bible. I can finally carry one Bible instead of 2 different bibles.

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ESV Journaling Study Bible Two Tone:
ESV Journaling Study Bible (Natural Leather, Brown, Flap with Strap):

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Welcome to coffee with Christian today, I'm gonna show you the best ESB Bible.

Now the two Bibles that I use mainly is the ESV journaling Bible and the ESV Study Bible, and you can see the difference in this two Bible one of them.

It's a lot thicker than the other one uh, but I've been reading the ESV for uh several years now, um and my main complaint with uh.

My ESP uh journal in Bible is that I wish I had my study notes and then, when I have my ESV Study Bible I wish I had more space uh to uh journal to take notes, um I'm, a preacher.

So one of the things that I love to do is when I uh I am reading the Bible I love taking notes.

So whenever I preach from that passage, I have a little bit of notes.

Insights, questions, uh study, notes, um, so I love.

So a lot of the things that I do a lot of the things.

What I do is I carry both of these Bibles, but it makes my backpack extremely heavy, because I don't really read in my house I.

Normally go to a coffee shop I'm, a firm believer that you should read wherever you feel inspired wherever you enjoy whatever whatever place it makes you feel comfortable for me.

It's a coffee shop I do read at home a lot, but mainly when I'm doing studies and things like that I do it at a coffee shop.

So my biggest complaint is that I wish I had both Bibles in one and guess what cross weight made.

The journaling study of Bible and I actually got two of them and I'm gonna be showing them both to you and um I'm, Gonna Keep, one of them and the other one I'm, just gonna give it away on my uh Instagram, because I don't need two journaling study.

Bibles now uh I wish I could keep both of them, but I don't I'm a person that I like to stay, keep things uh very minimal, so I don't want to have a whole bunch of Bibles just for the sake of having a whole bunch of Bibles uh, but I'm gonna be showing you both of these but I'm super excited.

Because, finally, for many years, I've been saying, I wish I had I could have both Bibles and I thought if they ever made that it's gonna be an encyclopedia of how big it's gonna be, and it's actually not so I'm excited to show you both of this Bible I'm, actually going to show you both of my journaling Bible and my study, Bible and then I'm going to show you uh the uh journaling Study Bible super excited to show you this I want to know what your comments on this uh new Bible is uh.

Let me know if you like it.

Let me know if you use the journaling Bible or the ESV Study Bible now I have a different video too, on, like the best translation for you, I'm gonna leave it in the description of this video uh.

But to me the reason why I read the ESV is because it's a translation that I that I, it's easy for me to understand and I've been reading it since I was in college.

So it's been almost 10 years that I've been reading ESV uh I'm, not saying the ESV is the best Bible translation I truly believe that the NLT is the easiest translation for people to understand uh, but I'm excited for this journaling Study Bible, because I've been waiting for this I honestly thought that it will never happen because that was like if they ever make this Bible, it's gonna, be so massive, so I'm excited to compare both Bibles uh and show them to you.

So I am gonna.

I, don't have the perfect setup to do a uh review, so I'm actually gonna have to be the the other side of the camera and show it to you so uh yeah, let's get to it.

So here is my ESV Study Bible.

This is actually the one that I'm currently using um.

Here we have uh it's a single column, Bible uh.

This is the book of Isaiah I just wanted to show you.

This is the book I'm reading right now.

Actually, so we have the study notes at the bottom um.

If you go to uh this one also has maps in them.

So this one has maps and the in the study notes and a but kind of like what I wanted to show you a single column.

It's really good in the book of Prophecy and uh all those uh books.

That kind of like are written like in a in a like a poem.

But when you go to New Testament um, you don't have a lot of space on the side to take notes.

That's why I read my ESV Study Bible, along with my journaling Bible.

Now this is probably my favorite Bible I own is the general Bible, because I like taking notes I like taking notes on um kind of like ask myself questions when I am reading uh when I see something like for here.

For example, you you have here the gut is our provider I, like writing, notes like that, because it helps me also from when I'm preaching and I go back to these passages.

I have notes that I've taken and I have kind of questions to ask as I'm preaching so I like this Bible a lot as you can see, this one is hardcover and I love this.

The only thing is that over time, this is my second one.

My wife actually got me this.

When I became the student pastor at the church that I uh serve right now, so this Bible right here over time it will Rip.

Uh I actually have one in my other room where it's like all ripped apart, but I love this Bible so much.

He gave me another one, and also this uh elastic right here over time is just uh like you can tell right now.

It just doesn't doesn't really work that well, but I absolutely love this Bible uh I use it all the time, because I don't have enough space for notes.

In my study Bible and by the way this one is brand new I just got it at the end of last year, so that already needed this year, but I don't have a lot of space for node.

So I have to write right here in this sides, and it's just very hard to understand so I use both Bibles.

Now, what I'm excited to show you is the new Bible that came out as I talked about in the intro of this video is the ESV journaling, Study, Bible and I've been waiting for this Bible here are both I have not opened.

It opened any of them yet because I want to do it with.

You can I give you my first thoughts, so this one actually comes with this strap I saw it uh I left it on the box, but this one you can tell it's just like my journaling Bible is just a little bit smaller uh I mean sorry the study Bible it's just a little bit bigger.

It's like a perfect square, but honestly is not that much bigger I thought it was going to be extremely big uh in this one, with the strap uh I'm gonna show you in just a second, so I'm gonna put it on the side uh, because I'm very familiar with the hard covers.

That's what I want to show you this one.

So I want to see.

So here we have so uh.

First things uh.

That I've noticed is that it's a double column kind of like the journaling Bible.

It has the study Bibles at the bottom I like the colors of this Bible.

So my study, Bible or everything is kind of like a green color and I love green, but I'm I'm, a big like Earth, Tone, color guy, so I really like that.

This one has that those brown tones um I, noticed that the paper on the journaling Study Bible.

It is more kind of like more on the white side.

The journaling Bible is more like an off-white kind of yellowish.

Color I, really like both I, think I prefer the journaling Bible more than this white one, because I feel like this is gonna get dirty.

I'm gonna be drinking coffee and I'm.

Gonna have those little spots everywhere: uh, but I love, giving character to my Bible I'm, the kind of guy that writing my Bible.

That I do all of those kind of things highlight because I love really wearing the Bible and using it so uh.

Let's so, let's keep looking at it.

So I want to see if there is maps in this one, because this one is not as thick as I thought that it would be uh.

That's what I'm so interested to see if they have.

What have they taken away from this study notes.

I, wouldn't let me know if you would like for me to do a side by side on the study notes, uh from my ESB Study Bible and my ESB journaling Bible uh, because I don't see that they have as many notes so I'm sure that they give so again they has introduction to the books.

You can see.

Here's the introduction of Proverbs, uh, Arthur and date theme audience um, reading, Proverbs, uh key terms in the book.

So the outlines it's not as extensive as the ESV Study Bible, but it gives you probably what exactly what you need, which I am a simple guy I like going straight to the point, but it seems that it has good study notes.

So I'm super excited to dig into this Bible I guarantee you I will switch to one of these Bibles instead of using both of the other ones, because I can carry it and it's a lot smaller than carrying both of those Bible.

This is why I'm so excited about this Bible by the way uh Proverbs chapter, 3, uh, it's and verse, five, it's my favorite verse in the entire Bible, not like you asked me, but I just thought it would be nice.

It's in page 811 in Disney, Bible I'm excited to see and see if they have Maps, because that's one of the things I love about the study, Bible and I honestly, don't see any Maps um in this.

Oh yep, there are maps their Maps, oh so I guess the maps are going to be more in the introductions of the book, not necessarily on the study notes.

Let me see if what do they have in the back uh, so ethics, so this are gonna, be kind of like uh I'm sure it's going to have like articles Bible and Christian leaving God's plan for salvation.

So it gives you uh I thought this was.

This was what they were going to call off of the study Bible, because the other Study Bible has great articles in in it and I love reading them.

Actually, because it helped me, teach people uh, important, Christian, truth and Doctrine, so it does, has a oh.

It has a glossary too uh concordance I, believe it has it as well.

So anyways super excited for this uh, because I I used to use this a lot more uh than I do now, but I like having it anyway.

So, oh, we got maps at the back of the Bible.

So this is great I love Maps, because one of the things that I do as I preach I like giving context of what's happening in the book, what's happening in the story and Maps, give me a better understanding of way they where they were so when I'm preaching to students into the whole church.

I can um not necessarily preach better, but give them better information, more accurate and actually give me confidence because I know exactly what I'm talking about it has only one um of these ribbons.

I, don't know if they're called ribbons but I call them ribbons uh, so anyways uh.

This is the hardcover uh here, where you have the ESV uh logo, which is kind of like cursive, journaling, Study Bible love that uh.

This is one is by Crossway.

So let's look at the leather one that I also got and I want your Onyx, honest opinion um on it, because I want to keep one I, don't know which one I'm Gonna Keep, yet um I, really like the leather but I just don't know if I'm a fan of uh.

This tab right here, I've seen people that have Bibles like this I've.

This is my first time looking at this one, but it looks like the one that one of my friend has oh something cool, I, don't know! If you can see it, let me make sure that you can see this hold on.

So here you have this tab for your uh pin, which is perfect, because I lose my pens.

All the time and I do not read my Bible without specific pens that I use, which they're in the description, because they don't bleed uh and I love using those so anyways looking into this Bible, which is the same one as the the hard cover uh but uh, which one of the two do you like it better and prefer.

Bible belongs to perfect journaling Study, Bible, English, gender version, perfect uh, so anyways, let me know um, which one do you prefer if I keep this one I will probably cut this with a blade and I am not a person that even knows how to use a blade.

But Imma ask one of my friends because I just don't know if I like this, but the reason why I might keep this one is because I don't want to have to keep uh.

Normally my ESV Study Bible, because it's a leather I keep it on the box and it makes my backpack extremely heavy.

So let me know which one of the two do you recommend and prefer I don't know if I said it, but it does come with a strap.

It's in the Box um but anyways.

Let me know which ones which one you like better I, think I might keep the hardcover one because I'm so familiar with it um.

They also have a different leather one um that doesn't have this, but I kind of wanted to go with this I'm going to keep one of the two, the other one I'm gonna give it away on Instagram.

So if you don't follow me, make sure that you follow me link in the description, so there you have it which of these two uh ESB study, journaling, Bible uh.

Would you prefer? Would you prefer the leather or the hard cover uh I, don't know which one I'm gonna get but I'm gonna tell you.

I am extremely excited because I've been waiting for this Bible for a long time and I never thought it would happen, and I am extremely surprised.

That is not as thick and big as I thought.

It would it's a perfect square.

Um a little bit bigger than um the journaling Bible, but a lot smaller than the study Bible.

Now the font is not super big, as you can see in the video uh, but it does not bother me.

Uh I'm excited that I have both study and the journal, so I can take notes and write things.

One of the things that I've really been doing.

It's uh writing a bunch of notes because I hope to give uh my Bibles or whatever Bible.

My daughter would like uh from me.

So uh super excited about this too Bible.

Let me know what are your thoughts on this Bible? Are you a fan of the ESB? Let me know which one is your favorite Bible translation, um I like NLT to preach I like ESV, to read: um I'm, not saying that those two are the best is just the ones that I chose to uh study and read super excited about this journaling Study Bible by Crossway.

Let me know in the comments which one is your pick and I'll see you next time.


Is the ESV Study Bible reliable? ›

Some of the positions reflected in the ESV Study Bible are worthy of comment, since some of these issues are under attack today. The notes and articles treat the Scriptures as totally true and trustworthy, and the introduction to 1 Timothy expressly rejects pseudonymity.

Why is the ESV Study Bible the best study Bible? ›

The ESV Study Bible is published by the same company that produced the ESV translation, meaning many scholars who worked on the ESV translation itself contributed to this Study Bible. It contains over 20,000 notes, has over 80,000 cross-references, and includes over 200 charts, 240 maps, and 50 full-length articles.

How to access ESV Study Bible online? ›

After creating an account, you can log in by going to and clicking the account icon on the top right-hand corner of the page. Once logged in, you can easily navigate back to Note: To save your history, notes, and highlights when using, you must be logged in to your personal account.

Are journaling Bibles worth it? ›

Journaling in your Bible has the potential to be a great way for you to get more from your study of Scripture. But if you lose sight of what your primary purpose is, you can easily become sidetracked with artistic distractions.

What is the difference between an ESV Bible and an ESV Study Bible? ›

Overall, the ESV Study Bible contains about twice as many notes, articles, charts, and maps as the ESV Student Study Bible. The ESV Student Study Bible is adapted from the highly acclaimed and best-selling ESV Study Bible.

Do Christians use ESV? ›

It is endorsed by dozens of evangelical leaders and used by Christians and churches around the world. The ESV has been endorsed by many pastors, ministry leaders, scholars, and authors in the US and abroad, including John Piper, R. C. Sproul, R.

What grade reading level is the ESV Bible? ›

English Standard Version (ESV)

The ESV is a 8th-10th grade reading level and is favored by those wanting a more word-for-word translation while still being modern and readable.

Can Catholics use the ESV Study Bible? ›

The new ESV® Catholic Edition Bible Translation will make Bible reading more understandable and accessible yet retain the accuracy and reliability necessary for faithful Catholics when reading Sacred Scripture.

What religion is the ESV Study Bible? ›


Does the ESV Bible leave out verses? ›

We publish Bibles as we receive them from the publisher without altering the text in any way. Modern scholars and translators of Bibles like the NIV and ESV intentionally decided to leave out verses like Matthew 18:11.

How to get a free ESV Study Bible? ›

Are you currently enrolled as a student in college, seminary, or graduate school? If so, you're eligible to receive free access to the Basic subscription plan featuring a host of robust Bible study resources, including: 7 study Bibles, including the award-winning ESV Study Bible.

Is there a downside to journaling? ›

In a report by The Smart Lioness, journaling can cause some to overthink about their daily movements, negatively impacting their mental health. Furthermore, journaling can make some think about how they will write daily experiences in a journal rather than actually experiencing in the moment what is occurring.

Why is journaling so powerful? ›

Journaling helps control your symptoms and improve your mood by: Helping you prioritize problems, fears, and concerns. Tracking any symptoms day-to-day so that you can recognize triggers and learn ways to better control them. Providing an opportunity for positive self-talk and identifying negative thoughts and ...

What is the difference between a journaling Bible and a study Bible? ›

A Study Bible contains notes, articles, maps, charts, timelines, reading plans, concordances, cross-references, word studies, biographies, and other features that the regular Bible doesn't have. A regular Bible contains only Scripture and no other information.

What Bible do Calvinists use? ›

The notes of the Geneva Bible are unapologetically Calvinistic. They highlight themes of God's sovereignty, election, and predestination. The Geneva Bible identified squarely with the non-conforming Puritans, while the King James Bible was meant to oppose it as the translation of the Anglicans.

Does the ESV Study Bible have a reading plan? ›

To start an interactive Bible reading plan, simply go to and click on the calendar icon near the top right corner of the page. This will open the reading plan pane, which features 18 interactive reading plans—all accessible with a free account.

Is the ESV Study Bible good for beginners? ›

The English Standard Version (ESV) is also a great choice for people who want a readable translation that is also faithful to the original text. In short, this is a feature-rich Bible that offers new believers tons of easy-to-grasp insights into God's timeless Word.

What Bible translation did Billy Graham use? ›

The Billy Graham Training Center Bible: New King James Version.

Is ESV literal or dynamic? ›

The ESV is an evangelical revision of the RSV. It is an "essentially literal" (formal equivalent) translation. The NASB is one of the most literal (formal equivalent) translations available.

What version of the Bible does John Piper use? ›

How Many Bible Versions Should I Read? Use multiple Bible translations for increased general understanding, and use one main translation for meditation and memorization. NASB for devotion, Greek and Hebrew for personal study, ESV for sermons, KJV for public reading.

What is the most read Bible version? ›

In 2022, the top five best-selling translations were the following:
  • New International Version.
  • English Standard Version.
  • New Living Translation.
  • King James Version.
  • Christian Standard Bible.

Which ESV Bible reads like a book? ›

The ESV Reader's Bible was created for those who want to read the books of Scripture precisely as they were originally written without verse numbers, section headings, and translation footnotes in a single-column layout.

How popular is the ESV Bible? ›

The “ESV Study Bible,” which retails for about $25 hardback, has since gone on to sell more than 1 million copies. The “ESV Study Bible” is actually only one of 19 Bibles that have sold more 1 million copies in the past decade.

What is the easiest Bible translation to understand? ›

The Holy Bible: Easy-to-Read Version (ERV) is an English translation of the Bible compiled by the World Bible Translation Center. It was originally published as the English Version for the Deaf (EVD) by BakerBooks. God made the sky and earth.

How long does it take to read the ESV Bible? ›

The average reader will spend 45 hours and 52 minutes reading this book at 250 WPM (words per minute).

Does the ESV Study Bible have the Apocrypha? ›

Beloved by millions around the world, the English Standard Version of the Bible is ideal for anyone looking for a contemporary and readable translation that is also accurate and consistent in its rendering of key words and phrases. This edition of the ESV is completely Anglicized and features the full Apocrypha.

Is the ESV more accurate than the NASB? ›

while the NASB sticks more closely to the Masoretic Text. The NASB does use the Critical Text in the New Testament, but it tends to be a little more conservative in retaining readings than the ESV and some other newer translations.

Which is easier to read ESV or CSB? ›

Choosing between CSB and ESV

The CSB may be easier to read and understand for some people. At the same time, the ESV may be more accurate and faithful to the original languages. The choice between the two translations may be personal preference and the reader's specific needs.

Is the ESV Bible a reformed Bible? ›

The ESV Study Bible (abbreviated as the ESVSB) is a study Bible published by Crossway. Using the text of the English Standard Version, the ESVSB features study notes from a perspective of "classic evangelical orthodoxy, in the historic stream of the Reformation."

Who owns the rights to the ESV Bible? ›

“Scripture quotations marked (ESV) are from… [etc.].” The “ESV” and “English Standard Version” are registered trademarks of Crossway. Use of either trademark requires the permission of Crossway.

What Bible do Catholics use? ›

The New Revised Standard Version, Catholic Edition (NRSV-CE) is a Bible translation approved for use by the Catholic Church, receiving the imprimatur of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops in 1991.

What verses are missing in the ESV? ›

The sixteen omitted verses
  • (1) Matthew 17:21.
  • (2) Matthew 18:11.
  • (3) Matthew 23:14.
  • (4) Mark 7:16.
  • (5 & 6) Mark 9:44 & 9:46.
  • (7) Mark 11:26.
  • (8) Mark 15:28.
  • (9) Luke 17:36.

What verses on divorce are in ESV? ›

31 "It was also said, 'Whoever divorces his wife, let him give her a certificate of divorce. ' 32 But I say to you that everyone who divorces his wife, except on the ground of sexual immorality, makes her commit adultery, and whoever marries a divorced woman commits adultery.

Why was the Book of Enoch removed from the Bible? ›

The Book of Enoch was considered as scripture in the Epistle of Barnabas (4:3) and by many of the early Church Fathers, such as Athenagoras, Clement of Alexandria, Irenaeus and Tertullian, who wrote c. 200 that the Book of Enoch had been rejected by the Jews because it purportedly contained prophecies pertaining to ...

Is the ESV Bible Lutheran? ›

This new Bible is the first in English to be developed from the ground-up with notes that are distinctively Lutheran, prepared by Lutheran theologians and pastors from over twenty Lutheran church bodies.

Who made the ESV Study Bible? ›

The idea for the ESV Bible originated in the early 1990s when Lane T. Dennis, president of the nonprofit book publishing ministry Crossway, discussed the need for a new literal translation of the Bible with various Christian scholars and pastors.

How many scholars worked on the ESV? ›

Created by a team of more than 100 leading evangelical scholars and pastors, the ESV Bible emphasizes "word-for-word" accuracy, literary excellence, and depth of meaning.

Why do people stop journaling? ›

You run out of time. You forget. You get bored using the same journal over and over again. You have a tough day and plan to “catch up later” (spoiler: you don't catch up later!).

What should you not write in a journal? ›

Don't make these nine mistakes when you write a journal paper
  1. Writing an abstract that stylistically is not an abstract. ...
  2. Not introducing the topic. ...
  3. Confusing annotated bibliography with literature review. ...
  4. Following the structure of a thesis or research report. ...
  5. Not framing your work in the existing body of knowledge.
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Why journaling is not for everyone? ›

But journaling isn't for everyone. Some people find that it doesn't feel calming or fulfilling and the stress of finding the “perfect” words to put on paper can be overwhelming. As a child, I would get super excited every time I got a new diary or notebook—and then stress out if I missed writing for a few days.

What time of day should you journal? ›

Studies show it's better to journal at night because it gives you an outlet for emotions and thoughts that might otherwise keep you awake. Even though there is sound scientific research to support the idea that journaling at night is better, many people prefer to journal in the morning.

Does journaling change your brain? ›

How journaling helps us change our brain and learn. Journaling may offer these psychological and brain benefits because it works on two levels: our emotions and our thoughts. Organizing and expressing thoughts and feelings in writing takes them out of our mind and onto paper, where we can look at them objectively.

Should I journal in bed? ›

Even if you do not want to track your sleep patterns, journaling your thoughts in the evening can be a part of a healthy bedtime routine. Putting your worries down on paper allows you to vent your concerns and adopt a calmer mindset as you prepare for sleep.

What is the best method of Bible study? ›

One of the best ways to get to the “solid food” of the Word is through “inductive” Bible study. The inductive method makes observations on a passage of Scripture and then draws conclusions based on those observations. Commonly, this method is defined by three parts: Observation, interpretation, and application.

What is the best type of Bible study? ›

Literal Translations

These provide the closest translation to the original language. They can be the best choices for studying the Bible as long as they represent your preferred reading level.

Which is better a study Bible or a reference Bible? ›

If you're already familiar with the Bible but seek to go deeper still, or if you have your eyes on divinity school, a study Bible may be the right choice. For readers who are put off by scholars editorializing upon the Bible, a reference Bible may be a wiser decision.

What grade level is the ESV Bible? ›

English Standard Version (ESV)

The ESV is a 8th-10th grade reading level and is favored by those wanting a more word-for-word translation while still being modern and readable.

What is the difference between ESV Study Bible and personal size? ›

- The content of the two editions is exactly the same except that the articles found in the back of the book (i.e. "Bible Doctrine", "Biblical Ethics", "History of Salvation", and "The Bible and World Religions") have been removed in the personal size edition.

Can Catholics use ESV Study Bible? ›

Is the ESV® Catholic Edition translation approved by the Catholic Church? Yes. Under the Code of Canon Law, 825 §1, only the Vatican or a national bishops' conference can approve a Bible translation for publication.

What is the difference between the ESV and the other Bible? ›

Differences between NIV and ESV

The difference means the ESV tries to translate “word-for-word” as much as possible while the NIV translates “thought-for-thought.” The difference between the NIV and ESV is not a chasm, but one of degree.

Who reads the ESV? ›

Since its official publication, the ESV has received endorsement from numerous evangelical pastors and theologians, including John Piper, R. C. Sproul, and Kevin DeYoung.

How do you use ESV journaling Bible? ›

As simple as it may sound, writing out large swaths of Scripture can help you internalize and apply it to your own life. Rehearse the words of Scripture in your mind as you write them in your own handwriting. Go slowly, then repeat. This allows God's Word to hide in your heart and come to mind later.

What is the ideal Bible study size? ›

What's your ideal size for a Bible study? Your answers will likely widely vary; some prefer a small group of 5 or 6 people, some a group of 10-20. Recently I've been pleasantly surprised by how uniquely productive it's been to go through a Bible study in a very small group—just one other person.

Does the ESV have the Apocrypha? ›

The Apocrypha still hold value for study and spiritual enlightenment. This new edition of the ESV Apocrypha includes the same books as found in the Revised Standard Version Apocrypha: Tobit, 1-4 Maccabees, Wisdom of Solomon, Sirach, Judith, Baruch, Psalm 151, along with the additions to Esther and Daniel.

Does the ESV contain the Apocrypha? ›

The ESV is written in a modern style, unlike the KJV, and is highly regarded. It is nice to have a version that includes the Apocrypha (despite the unusual placement at the end) and the very thin paper on which this Bible is printed. .

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