Do you find the Bible hard to read? Do your thoughts wander as you try to make your way through a Bible reading program? If so then discover the joy of listening to the Bible. Now you can experience the entire Old Testament wherever you are...with understanding you never thought possible.
For many people, hearing God's Word offers insight, meaning and understanding that are often missed when It is read. And you can receive these blessings anytime...while you commute to work, jog, or during your quiet time as you read along.
These digital recordings are a lifetime investment for your spiritual well-being. They are also the perfect gifts for senior citizens, the sight impaired and anyone who finds the Bible hard to read.
Max McLean is an actor, storyteller, and student of the Bible whose life's work it is to help make your time listening to the Bible joyful and rewarding. He has dramatically presented God's Word in countless churches and in one-man dramatic productions of the Bible in theaters worldwide. His radio ministry is heard daily on over 500 radio affiliates.
New International Version ©1973, 1978, 1984 International Bible Society; Performance ©2003 Max McLean
"This is a powerful recording. He sweeps the listener into the heart of the Word of God." (AudioFile)
One of the most disappointing things about this Bible as with all of them is that they appear on your hard drive in alphabetical order as oppossed to the Biblical Order.
So I had to go into my hard drive and reorder All the books according to their proper place.
I created a playlist for them in my iTunes library hoping that would do the trick, but no such luck.
Also, the book of Nehemiah is totally missing! What gives with that? It is part of the Bible. If I ever find it I will change or add to this review.
Otherwise, it is a good recording and hey, at least you have the Word in an very good audible format.
On my Kindle divisions of the Bible not titled. Never now what one is going to come up.
It's the Bible.
The fact that the books are not titled is frustrating when I want to listen to a specific book.
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