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The Lord has laid it on my heart to provide this opportunity for people who want to know what He has to say in His own words, from the Creation to the Revelation, and in the person of Jesus.

The current project presupposes a triune God and that the Bible is His holy word. Many people find the 400-year-old King James Version to be our most reliable English translation from the original Hebrew, Greek and Aramaic languages, though some other versions are quite useful.

The Spoken Word, a Red Letter Project (Copyright 2011, E. S. Daniels, All Rights Reserved) is not meant to replace, but to pique interest in the complete Bible, for:

All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness. II Tim. 3:16

I welcome your comments and pray The Spoken Word, a Red Letter Project will be a blessing to you.

P.S. In the interest of time and goodwill, I’ll not be able to engage in debate, or post comments that are not in the same spirit of goodwill.

Sincerely,

E. S. D.

But He (Jesus) answered and said, It is written, Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God. Matt. 4:4

This material can be used for daily Bible readings, through email, by RSS feed, etc. When the reader would like to read more of a story, or to study a subject in depth, s/he can click on the live links to read passages in their entirety. 

An example of the brevity used here is shown with this project’s use of the book of Genesis, roughly 38,000 words in the Bible, and around 84- or 8500 here. Obviously many pertinent and interesting details and stories are left out for the purpose of highlighting God’s spoken words.

May the author and reader together re/discover the Book of books through the Creator’s own speech.

E.S.D.


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