One Year Bible Audio And Commentary

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The One Year Bible daily audio readings consist of passages from the Old Testament, New Testament, Psalms, and Proverbs. This arrangement of Scripture brings variety and a fresh approach to each day’s reading, while providing a clear understanding of the Bible’s larger message. No other “through the bible” plan presents the entire bible in such a user-friendly format.

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We are pleased to provide The One Year® Bible commentary and readings by Tom Dooley. Read along as you listen to The One Year® Bible audio readings from the New Living Translation.©1996

February 7th Audio Readings from the New Living Translation©1996

Link to the New Living Translation©2015 text for
February 7th One Year Bible Readings
(Please Note: There are variations in the text of the current and ©1996 NLT audio versions.)
EXODUS 26:1-27:21
MATTHEW 25:1-30
PSALM 31:1-8

"What Now" Study Questions:

Life application questions for today's readings to guide you into a deeper understanding of how God's Word relates to your every day life.

What Now? From Amazon
    • The parable of the virgins is a reminder for us to be prepared for the return of Christ. Does your life display preparedness? Are there things you can do in order to keep the imminent return of Christ on your consciousness?
    • His lord said to him, 'Well done, good and faithful servant; you were faithful over a few things, I will make you ruler over many things. Enter into the joy of your lord.' -- The parable of the talents in todays reading of Matthew 25 reminds me of the Paul Baloche song titled 'My Reward'
    • The parable of the talents reminds us that we must be willing to take risks in order to gain. The servant who is condemned by the master was content to maintain what he had been given. As a church and as individuals we should never be satisfied with maintaining. What steps must you take to overcome the fear of risk taking and seek to advance His Kingdom?



Audio commentary & readings by Tom Dooley used by permission of MasterMedia Ministries.