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A weekly dramatic Bible reading including music and sound effects to help the listeners envision life and times of Jesus and his disciples. Occasionally, different readers and listeners will be asked to submit reading as well. Interviews with random people, asking them what they think the Bible says.

A weekly dramatic Bible reading including music and sound effects to help the listeners envision life and times of Jesus and his disciples. Occasionally, different readers and listeners will be asked to submit reading as well. Interviews with random people, asking them what they think the Bible says.
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A weekly dramatic Bible reading including music and sound effects to help the listeners envision life and times of Jesus and his disciples. Occasionally, different readers and listeners will be asked to submit reading as well. Interviews with random people, asking them what they think the Bible says.






Sonship In Christ, Galatians 4 5 6

Paul lets us know that we are no longer under the law. We are heirs of the promise. Christ was sent to redeem us. We are not children of a bondwoman, but of the free woman. Now, we are to walk by the Spirit and not go back to the things that held us in bondage. We were called to freedom, not to the things of the flesh. We are to love one another, not challenging or envying one another. Finally, we are to bear one another's burdens. Once taught the word, we are to share it. We aren't...


Faith Brings Righteousness, Galatians 1-3

Paul tells us that there are some who are perverting the Gospel. God Chose Paul, not men. We are justified by faith and not works. It is faith that produces Righteousness, and our father Abraham believed God, which accounted as Righteousness. Finally, we are heirs according to the promise in Christ Jesus. Intro music by Scott Holmes


Walk In The Truth, 2nd and 3rd John

John warns us of those deceivers that are in the world. Trying to separate us from the Love of God and His truth. We are told not to even associate with them. Don't give them God speed on their departure from your presence. We are to always walk in the truth and commandments.


God Is Love, 1 John 4 5

John lets us know that we that are Christians have overcome the world. That Christ has given us eternal life. That if we ask according to His will, He hears us. John further tells us that all unrighteousness is sin, and there is a sin leading to death. We must believe in the Son of God and His testimony. Intro and outro music by Scott Holmes Episode music by Meydan Havor; Story


God Is Light 1st. John 1-3

John reminds us that there is no darkness in Christ. We therefore should walk in the light. If we hate our brothers and say we are walking in the light, we are making Christ a liar. The truth is not in us. If we confess our sins, Christ is faithful and righteous to forgive us our sins. As believers, we should not love the world. We are living in the last hour. We have an anointing in us from the Holy One. No one who denies the Son have the Father, the one who confesses the Son has the...


Be Imitators Of God, Ephesians 3-6

Pauls tells us how to walk in the Spirit as Christians. We are to be imitators of God. Our homes should reflect that image. The family relationship is so very important. We must do our best to keep the armor of God on, remembering who we are in Christ. All music by: Scott Holmes


The Redeemed, Ephesian 1 and 2

Paul reminds us we are dead in our trespasses and sins. That the Father predestined us to be sons Through Jesus Christ. It is by grace through faith that we have been saved. That the cross, put to death the enmity between us and God. Now, we, gentiles, are no longer strangers and aliens, but we are fellow citizens In chapter 2, Paul encourages those in Ephesus, not to lose heart at his tribulations, but it was for their glory. That God was, and is, able to do far more that we can think...


Preferring Others,Love Expressed Romans 15 16

Paul concluded this book with much love for the church. Letting us know, through the Holy Spirit, we have to show love for the brotherhood. The strong should always bear the burden of helping the weak in faith. We are encouraged that this battle on earth will be won by the Saints and that the Lord will crush Satan under our feet. Paul gives greeting and wants us to greet and support those who help the church and risk their neck for the sake of the gospel. Paul mentions so many in this...


Devoted To One Another, Romans 12 13 14

Paul lets us know that we are not to be conformed to this world. We may have many members, but all are one in Christ. We are to love without being hypocrites. Bless those who persecute us and let the Lord deal with them, never take out vengeance on them. It might be hard at times, but be subject to government, because authority comes from God. We are to pray for those who have rule over us. We are owe nothing to anyone except to love one another. Lastly, do not tear down the work of...


Faith Brings Salvation, Romans 9 10 11

Paul lets us know that God has mercy on whom He sees fit. His mercy and patience shows how great He is. People who were not called His people will be called His people. His own people will be a stumbling block. That there is no distinction between Jew and Gentile. Paul lets the church know that Israel will not be forgotten, but through their disbelief, Gentiles were accepted into the body of Christ by faith. Paul reminded us that Jews will become jealous of the relationship between...


Our Victory In Christ, Romans 8

Paul lets us know that there is no condemnation to those that are in Christ. Christ died for those who love Him and await His return. We no longer walk in the flesh, or obey the things of the flesh. Our mindset in on the things of the Spirit. We have the Spirit of the living God dwelling in our bodies as believers in Christ. So, we have no more obligation to the things of our flesh. We are over comers. This suffering that will happen to us, is not to be compared with the hope we have...


Dead to Sin, Alive to God, Romans 6 7

What shall we say then? Are we to continue in sin so that grace may increase? That's the question Paul posed to the church in Rome. He told them they were baptized into Christ death and should own that act of sacrifice, grace and mercy, He completed on the cross. Paul told us that who we present our bodies to, becoming slaves, that is who we obey. One resulting in sin, the other, to obedience and righteousness. In chapter 7, we learn that we are united to Christ. Furthermore, Paul lets...


Results of Justification, Romans 5

Paul tells us the Christ came for all and that once you accept Him, He forgives you of your many sins. Not like before, where you had to continually offer up sacrifices. Once was for the many sins we all have and had committed in our lives. We are justified by our faith in Christ. He died once for all. We have everything we need in Him: Faith, Forgiveness, Righteousness, Justification Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of the Lord. Music by Scott Holmes.


Justification by Faith in Old Testament, Romans 4

Paul reminds us that Faith came before works because Abraham, believed God before circumcision. The grace of God reached down and provided a guarantee that our faith in Jesus Christ would take precedence over any works. Abraham believed when he was 100 and the deadness of Sarah's womb didn't deter him, regarding the promise from God that he would be the father of many nations. That we are justified by faith. Thanks for listening to this podcast, I hope your faith continue to grow. Music...


Justification By Faith, Romans 3

Pauls lets all know the importance of God using the Jew, but that all are equal. There are none righteous by themselves, it takes faith in Christ. No works of the Law can do it. Our circumcision is through faith as well. The music on all podcast are from, "Free Music Archive". The intro and extro to all DramaticBibleReadingPodcast is, "Corporate Uplifting", by Scott Holmes. This episodes' music during the reading is by Anton Khoryukov, "Rain and You".


Romans 2, The Impartiality Of God

Paul is reminding the Jews, that God is not partial. We are to make sure we do what we say we believe is right to do. Jews can't expect the God of the Bible to overlook their sins, because of outwardly being circumcised. God looks at the heart, which can't be hidden. Those not circumcised outwardly, but follow the law, become a law unto themselves, because they do the right things. Paul lets the Jews know that they are suppose to be the teachers and the doers of the law. He is a Jew...


The Gospel Exalted, Romans 1

Paul is excited about going to the church at Rome. He exalts the Gospel and lets those in Rome know that he was to share with them, the power of Jesus Christ. Paul has heard about their faith and he is wants to impart spiritual gifts to them, so that they may be established in the faith. He lets them know, he is not ashamed of the gospel. He does not want them to have any excuse for doing the right things, leaving behind the sins of the past. He reminds them of what will, and what has...


Paul Arrives at Rome, Acts 28

This last episode of the book of Acts shows how nothing, not even a poison bite, can keep Paul appointed journey to Caesar and the church at Rome. Paul heals Publius' father, and many others at Malta. Paul is able to minister to many who come to visit him, even though he has a prison guard with him. Paul appeals to the elders and leaders in Rome to accept Christ, as revealed in the Law and the Prophets, as the Messiah.


Paul Sent To Rome, Acts 27

This episode shows us how many times others are blessed just to be with us. Paul is determined to go to Rome to minister, in spite of the consequences, he will preach Jesus raising again. Paul warns that this journey might costs them their lives. An angel lets Paul know that as long as they stay on board the ship, they will all be saved. Obedience is better than sacrifice. Shipwreck, but no lost of lives. Many times we experience difficulties because we don't listen to the Lord, but he...


Paul's Defense, Acts 24-26

This episode shows how Paul is not afraid of the gospel, nor is he ashamed. Paul has such a powerful testimony, King Agrippa get convicted and thinks seriously about The Faith. Paul goes before Felix. Paul goes before Festus. Thanks for listening in, we will be going into the book of Roman next.