The Best Pens for Writing in the Bible

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If you’re afraid to write in your Bible, don’t wor­ry. That’s nor­mal. For years, I could­n’t fath­om mark­ing up “THE BIBLE” but I’m con­vinced it’s the best way to read.

Mark­ing up the text keeps my con­cen­tra­tion high. I can see con­nec­tions more clear­ly and my focus stays on the page, instead of Twit­ter or Face­book. When you’re ready to write in your Bible, you may notice “typ­i­cal pens” will either rip the page, or bleed through, mak­ing the oppo­site page hard to read. That’s why I pur­chased a set of Micron .20mm pens.

Benefits of the Micron Pen

  • The tip has a super fine point, mak­ing it easy to write in small places.
  • The ink is “archival” which means it won’t fade over years and through sea­sons (change in tem­per­a­ture)
  • It does­n’t bleed through the pages.

Great for underlining...and more

In this pho­to, you’re look­ing at my ESV Omega Thin­line Bible. The pages are super thin and del­i­cate. The Micron glides across the page and the col­ors are vibrant. (Scroll to the next image to see how it does­n’t bleed thru.)

The fol­low­ing pho­to is the back of the page you just saw. You can slight­ly see the col­ors from the oppo­site page, but it does­n’t bleed, which allows the text to main­tain its read­abil­i­ty.

If you want to try writ­ing in your Bible, I high­ly rec­om­mend these pens. Get them on ama­zon here.[reminder comment=“You can let me know in the com­ments by click­ing here.”]Do you write in your Bible? If not, why? If you do, what do you use?[/reminder]

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