Bibliej nazyvaetsja v hristianskoj cerkvi sobranie knig, napisannyh po vdohnoveniju i otkroveniju Sv. Duha chrez osvjashhennyh ot Boga ljudej, nazyvaemyh prorokami i apostolami. Jeto nazvanie v samih svjashhennyh knigah ne vstrechaetsja i vpervye prilozheno k sobraniju svjashhennyh knig na Vostoke v IV v. sv. Ioannom Zlatoustom i sv. Epifaniem Kiprskim. Evrei svoi svjashhennye knigi oboznachali nazvanijami.
Listen to the poetic Book of Psalms, from the King James Version of the Bible. Diane Havens, talented voiceover artist, narrates this beloved section of the Old Testiment.
Award-winning voice actor Diane Havens reads the final book of the New Testament, in the language of the King James Version, the imagery is powerful and poetic. Authorship is attributed to John, referred to as St. John the Divine, who is a prisoner on the island of Patmos when Jesus reveals to him a vision of the future, of the end of days, thus "Revelation" possibly one of the most important books of the New Testament, prophesying the return of Jesus and bringing judgment to all on earth.
This is the Book of Proverbs, wisdom to help you in life. King James Version. Narrated by Hillary Hawkins.
Perhaps the second most read book of the Bible, you will no doubt listen more than once to the Book of Proverbs masterfully narrated by Glenn Hascall.
The Gospel of Mark portrays the life of Christ complete with parables, sermons, and a narrative of many events in the adult life of Jesus. As much a book of history as a book of faith, and is equally suited for both.
Reading from the King James Bible, award winning narrator Diane Havens brings us the wisdom of this ancient and pertinent text. This book of the Bible contains the lessons of wisdom of King Solomon, the son of his great father, David.
The King James version of the Bible has been a revered translation for over 400 years and is popular the world over. In today's troubled and uncertain times, the book of Revelation is especially relevant, prophesying Jesus' return, bringing judgment to all on Earth. In this final book of the New Testament, the vision as given to St. John the Divine on the Island of Patmos is powerfully and sympathetically presented by the popular narrator Phillip J. Mather.
Narrator Glenn Hascall does a marvelous job narrating Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians and Colossians from the King James version of the Bible.
The Book of Daniel records events that took place during Israel's captivity. Daniel's visions always show God as triumphant. As you listen to this book narrated by Glenn Hascall, be encouraged that God still shows his faithfulness and his protection today as he keeps his promise never to desert you.
Audio Books by Mike Vendetti brings you Diane Havens' interpretation and reading of "The Song of Soloman". Definately the most sensuous book of the Bible, the "Song" celebrates the joy and intimacy of romantic love between a man and a woman.
Diane Havens, full-time voice actor, part-time poet, playwright, and educator's talent as a story teller comes to the fore as she reads from the King James Version of The Book of Ruth and The Book of Esther. An enjoyable and educational hour awaits the listener as Diane reads these two books from the Old Testament.
The Book of Romans KJV narrated by Glenn Hascall is considered by many the most important book of the New Testament. Written by the apostle Paul to the church in Rome, it should be a part of every Christians listening regimen.
Ecclesiastes reminds us of the transitory nature of life and ponders its meaning. Many familiar phrases and passages are found in it -- the most well known perhaps "To everything there is a season..." In fact, many book titles are taken from Ecclesiastes: John Grisham's "A Time to Kill", Ernest Hemingway's "The Sun Also Rises", Henry James' "The Golden Bowl", Edith Wharton's "The House of Mirth", and James Agee's "Let Us Now Praise Famous Men".
The epistles of John deal with what it means to be a Christian and how Christianity should be lived out in the lives of those who believe, and it encourages those who support the faith. Jude encourages believers to stand firm. Listeners will enjoy encouragement directly from scriptures.
The Apostle Peter was one who denied Jesus three times, so perhaps he is the most perfect individual to share with listeners how God perfects our faith. Often times this involves suffering. In his second letter, Peter emphasizes where our strength comes from. Both are important for those seeking to understand what it means to follow Jesus.
The Book of Nehemiah is a book of the Hebrew Bible beautifully told in the form of a first-person memoir by narrator and voice actor Glenn Hascall. It concerns the rebuilding of the walls of Jerusalem by Nehemiah, and the dedication of the city and its people to God's laws. The events take place in the second half of the 5th century BCE, and together with the Book of Ezra, it represents the final chapter in the historical narrative of the Hebrew Bible.
Timothy has been described as the Apostle Paul's spiritual son. Paul invested in the life of the young man and instructed him in the ways of Christian thought. These epistles demonstrate Paul's mentoring of Timothy and in the process provide insight for all who would take the time to join in the instruction.