During my time of reading the New Testament, some of the books that I really looked forward to completing were Philippians and Colossians. They are among my favorites in the Bible. In fact, I find all of the apostle Paul’s letters during his time in prison as being particularly encouraging. Unfortunately, after I released them, I came to the realization that needed to modify them slightly.
This came to my mind as I listened to those books, and others, over the course of the last few months. Eventually I become displeased with how fast I read some of them. Especially Titus, 2 Peter, Philippians, and Colossians. I came to appreciate the longer pauses I used in later letters, such as James and 1 Timothy.
As such, I have spent the last month working on all the New Testament books that are three and four chapters in length. Most of the changes involve a significant increase in pauses between commas throughout, while also balancing the volume of the files where appropriate.
If you’d like, you can download the updated versions of 2 Thessalonians, Titus, and 2 Peter, and also Philippians, Colossians, and 2 Timothy by clicking on their names in this sentence. The original versions are no longer available on this website. For further details on these files, please see the links provided near the bottom of this post under the “Previous Recordings” section.
Now that I’m done with these again, my next book I’m going to work on will be Hebrews. I hope to be done with it by the end of May.
Totals for All Recordings
Duration of All Recordings: 2 hours, 53 minutes, and 54 seconds
All Books Recorded: 17 of 27
All Chapters Recorded: 63 of 260
Philemon, 2 John, 3 John, and Jude
2 Thessalonians, Titus, and 2 Peter
Philippians, Colossians, and 2 Timothy
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