As I have shared multiple times before, I consider reading the Bible to be one of the most important decisions I ever made in my life. I encourage all people to do the same, even though I recognize that reading that much may be a significant challenge. For some, listening to the New Testament is a more realistic option. Today I am contributing toward this latter goal by releasing my first series of audio recordings.
As I begin this new resource for JamesLHutton.com, I am starting in a very modest fashion. The first four chapters I’ve completed are from the four shortest books in the New Testament,
- 2 John
- 3 John
These come out to 11 minutes and 24 seconds of audio. That may not sound like much, but what excites me about it is that their collective texts give us a number of important teachings despite their short lengths. The time commitment to listen to them is also very little. To those who have never read the books before, their durations are not very imposing. Although, some of their messages are rather direct (just like the rest of the Bible).
I am currently redoing my old recordings, and as such, they are now at 128 kbps. They are designed for easy use with phones, with cover art and metadata. The latter helps sort chapters in order of their appearance in the New Testament when listening to the files as an album. If that doesn’t work for you, your audio player may be able to sort them by file name.
Please see the included license notes with the zip file for further details.
The next audio recordings will be of 2 Thessalonians, Titus, and 2 Peter.
Audio Recordings in Brief
Books Included: Philemon, 2 John, 3 John, and Jude
File Name: ntreadbyjlh01.zip
File Size: 10.58 MBs
Duration of Recordings: 11 minutes and 24 seconds
Books Recorded: 4 of 27
Chapters Recorded: 4 of 260
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