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  • The Complete Audio Holy Bible: New American Standard Bible (NASB)

    • UNABRIDGED (74 hrs and 11 mins)
    • By Made for Success, Inc.
    • Narrated By Dale McConanchie
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    The New American Standard Bible is one of the most accurate translations of the scriptures. Let professional voice artist Dale McConachie, narrator of over 100 audiobooks, take you on a journey through God’s Word, where you will discover His holiness, love, power, mercy, and grace. Do you often feel you’re too busy to sit down and read the Bible, yet you know you need time with God? Well now you can hear from God from virtually anywhere with this digital recording of the New American Standard Audio Bible.

    Amazon Customer says: "Missing entire chapters"
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    What would have made The Complete Audio Holy Bible better?

    What you are seeing in the other reviews is a mistake that occured during the compiling of the audio version of the book. As you are listening to book 8 you eventually come to the book of Acts. when you get to the end of chapter 24 it suddenly jumps to Revelation 18 and finishes the book of revelation before coming back to acts 25 and continuing on in biblical order. Then when you get to book 9 you eventually come to Revelation. Revelation is read through chapter 17, then ends. So what happened was they didn't do a good job editing their work and got the end of Rev stuck in the book of Acts.


    Any additional comments?

    What you are seeing in the other reviews is a mistake that occured during the compiling of the audio version of the book. As you are listening to book 8 you eventually come to the book of Acts. when you get to the end of chapter 24 it suddenly jumps to Revelation 18 and finishes the book of revelation before coming back to acts 25 and continuing on in biblical order. Then when you get to book 9 you eventually come to Revelation. Revelation is read through chapter 17, then ends. So what happened was they didn't do a good job editing their work and got the end of Rev stuck in the book of Acts.

    7 of 7 people found this review helpful

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