The Top King James Bible Kindle Edition on Amazon Right Now


Lord’s Library editors created this quick resource to link you to the most popular King James Bible Kindle edition on Amazon.

The King James Version (KJV) has stood the test of time and proven itself by becoming the best-selling of the different English Bible translations of all time. One reason why many Christians often value the KJV is its historical significance and literary quality. It was first published in 1611 and has been a staple of English-language religious literature for centuries. Its use of archaic language and poetic style has also contributed to its appeal and popularity.

The KJV comes in many shapes, sizes, colors, materials, and study and reference editions for virtually every type of Bible reader. And there are more than a few great King James Bible Kindle versions available, though the one we’ve listed below the fold is currently the most popular on Amazon.

Note: The top King James Bible Kindle edition listed below comes from Lord’s Library’s annual Best KJV Bibles list.

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The Top King James Bible Kindle Edition on Amazon

KJV Holy Bible, CompLarge Red Letter Edition

Author/Publisher: Christian Art Publishers

Material: Kindle

Key Features:

  • Double-column format
  • Reader-friendly subheadings
  • Thumb index tabs
  • Thematic Scripture verse finder

From the publisher: “The 10 point text size of the medium brown faux leather large print compact King James version Bible makes it an easy to read yet highly portable Bible. Although the Bible itself is much smaller than a standard Bible, the 10-point type text is slightly larger. This Bible is an excellent choice for a Christmas gift to a beloved Grandfather or Father. Because of its compact size, it makes a great travel Bible for people always on the go.”

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