Yes - it's wonderful to just sit and listen to the performances and enjoy the enhancements that come with them. For me it makes the text come alive. I have memory problems and so it also makes it easier to concentrate on the text and make my way through it.
I'd compare it to the NKJV Audio Bible. It's good for study, and this one is great for just enjoying.
Stacey Keach as Paul - and I think he also did Job.
The Bible in entirety, but coming alive with great performances!
It's helpful to have the section divisions in the blurb about the recording, but I have to say that navigating through them is very difficult. The chapter divisions are fine, but in some books, the chapters aren't announced so I had a really hard time figuring out where I was going, unless I had a Bible right in front of me so I could search out where it was. I really wish that could be
I appreciated the delineation of the chapters in the recording. It made advancing through the books much easier.
I'd compare it to the Word of Promise Complete Audio Bible. The NKVJ Bible is great for studying and going through the Bible for daily time with the Lord. Word of Promise is great for just sitting and enjoying.
Bob has a very nice voice to listen to. He has a nice
The price was very reasonable - only 1 credit.
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