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

December 23rd Audio Readings from the New Living Translation©1996

Link to the New Living Translation©2015 text for
December 23rd One Year Bible Readings
(Please Note: There are variations in the text of the current and ©1996 NLT audio versions.)
ZECHARIAH 4:1-5:11
PSALM 142:1-7
PROVERBS 30:21-23

"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.

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    • God assured Zechariah that only by the Lord's power would the temple be rebuilt. Are you attempting things that can only be accomplished by God?
    • Silent Night was first sung almost 200 years ago on Christmas Eve, 1818, in the little village church at Oberndorf in Austria. Father Joseph Mohr, a priest, wrote the original lyrics along with Franz Gruber, a teacher, composing the music. The lyrics best known to us today were written in 1859. The version here is a beautiful saxaphone solo performed by Hamilton Hardin at a previous Christmas Eve service. Wishing you a blessed Christmas!



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