Ronald Reagan’s legacy will be on full display during the vice presidential inauguration Friday. Vice President-elect Mike Pence is slated to use the 40th president’s family bible during his oath of office preceding President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration, Trump’s inaugural committee said Sunday in a press release.

“President Ronald Reagan placed his faith in a loving God and the goodness of our country," the vice president-elect said in a statement. "He set out to change a nation and in doing so, he changed the world. In the march of history, Ronald Reagan’s time in office was limited, but his legacy inspired a generation and will continue beyond."

Pence will be the first person other than Reagan to use the bible at an inauguration. Reagan previously used it for his gubernatorial and presidential oaths of office.

The bible will be open to the same biblical passage that Reagan used during both his inaugurations, II Chronicles 7:14:

“If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land,” the passage states.

Previous traditions followed that the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court swears in the president-elect during the inauguration. However, the official who oversees the vice president-elect’s oath of office has changed throughout the years.

Pence is scheduled to be sworn in by Justice Clarence Thomas during the 58th presidential ceremony. It will be the first time an African-American justice swears in a vice president.

Thomas, who celebrated his 25th year as a Supreme Court Justice in October 2016, is a firm constitutionalist and arguably the most conservative participant of the court. He was nominated by former President George H.W. Bush and joined the high court in 1991.