LOVE to read- but don't have time. Selecting Audible was a great way to stay into literature. Busy working Mom- and runner!
Be filled with God's word. He will fill your spirit and mind and delight in you doing so.
I love Max McLean's performance, that's why I purchased this recording even though I already have the CDs and the MP3.
It's impossible to navigate the 37 Parts. Why isn't the recording separated into the 66 books of the Bible. It took me a long time to make my own chart so that I could even find a specific book. Again, incredibly difficult and not worth the effort. I'll go back to my Walkman.
I liked that it is the entire Bible. The narrator is very article and easy to understand.
I do not like that it is broken into "Parts" and that a part may include multiple books of the Bible. There is also a part where the Old Testament and New Testament are in the same part. It's frustrating trying to find a certain book and it is in the middle of a part. I know other people have concerns about this as well. I am hoping that Audible fixes this.
The audio sounds like someone is burping the words. un-listenable. Downloaded twice on my PC, same results both times. Only the second book I downloaded. Trying on android next
Worthless on the PC
Had the content been organized and the books been categorized similar to how the Bible is
Narration was fine
None. Just categorized better
I have twice contacted customer support about a problem with this book. It is divided into 37 parts. Some of the parts contain a single book of the bible and some parts contain 2 or more books of the bible. When you open up the book it displays the 37 parts and when you select the part you were previously listening to it resumes at the point you stopped listening at. The problem is figuring out which one of those parts you had been listening to. Previously, Part 1 was titled "Genesis: The Listener's Bible NIV. Part 2 was titled Exodus: The Listener's Bible NIV. Part 37 was Revelations:the Listener's Bible NIV. All 37 parts were identified in this manner. Now, Part 1 is titled The Listener's Bible NIV. Part 2 is titled The Listener's Bible NIV. Part 3 is titled The Listener's Bible NIV. The first 26 parts are titled exactly the same, making the process of starting back at the place you last stopped at a frustrating process of trial and error. The last 11 parts are titled as they originally all were. Part 27 is titled "Mark: The Listener's Bible NIV. It is this way if you look at it in the cloud or downloaded on you device, whether downloaded in standard or high quality and whether you download it in parts or in its entirety. I was told that this was going to be fixed weeks ago, and the problem remains. When they get this fixed, it is an excellent NIV bible, until then I would either wait or choose a different version.
The title or book name or number of book in order should be visible without opening/playing it
I love Genesis because it proves the existence of God. Everything is in perfect order
Maybe one in very simple English that is good to play for young children
Easy to understand! Great narration!
Jesus - He is The Great I AM! He is the King of Kings! Lord of Lords!
I did not get tired of the narration. I wanted to continue listening!
Disappointment: Looking at the icons on my kindle, I cannot tell where it is in the series. So opening to a certain book is a guessing game - trial and error.
I saw a comment about some of the books missing. They're all here, but a few of the files span more than one book.