The Matthew Bible Podcast introduces you to the beauty and simplicity of the first "original languages-to-English Bible translation". The Podcast takes a tough subject and makes it fun, entertainingly comparing and contrasting the Matthew Bible with other versions before segueing into an attention-getting, music & effects enhanced Bible reading - in the unique wording of the Matthew Bible! Whether you are a seasoned doctor of biblical history or a novice, these episodes offer something for you. VisitTheMatthewBible.com orRichwoodChapel.org.
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Daniel Chapter 2. The image from king Nebuchadnezzar's dream is revealed by the prophet Daniel. All scripture readings are from the Matthew Bible: Modern Spelling Edition.
Pastor Nathan Harding, the orthographic translator of The Matthew Bible: Modern Spelling Edition answers the question "Why is it called the Matthew Bible." Nathan provides the supporting reasons behind his theory before presenting the story of Jonas and the great fish. The podcast wraps up with some answers to listeners questions about The Matthew Bible.
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An announcement is made about The Matthew Bible: Modern Spelling Edition before the episode is introduced. In this show the biblical passages are read that explain that Sodom was destroyed because of sins that caused a stink in the nostrils of God. Lot avoided this destruction by obeying God. Later, Apostle Paul explains what those sins were, and what to avoid in order to find salvation. Listener comments are found at the end. Please call in with positive comments or questions and your comments/voice may be used in the next show! Use the Anchor app to reach out directly via voice or send a chat or email from the website.
This episode begins with answering some listen questions and is followed by the account in Genesis 39 of Joseph being exalted in wisdom. At the conclusion listener feedback is given! If you have questions about the Matthew Bible or want to give the Matthew Bible Podcast some feedback please let us know via www.thematthewbible.com or by calling with the Anchor app!
Big News Announcement before the reading!
Joel presents a positive image of God towards his people if they turn to him. Hear this chapter as never before through the lens of The Matthew Bible: Modern Spelling Edition.
In the Desert, God's preacher is told by the Almighty to build a ship, stock it with supplies, and to place animals onboard. The people around about the good man refused to listen to predictions about a destroying flood until after God sealed the door to the ship and it was too late to do anything. It would be approximately 370 days before Noe (Noah) would stand on dry land again. Eight people were saved from that great flood. They listened to the rain, perhaps the first rain in history, fall on the Arks roof for 40 days and nights, trusting in God to deliver.
King David's prophet and chaunter, Asaph, gives a quick account of God's power. After saving his people from Egyptian bondage, God, in disgust, eventually leaves his house among men. He then chooses Judah and the Hill of Sion for his own. Listen to what God did for his people and discover the church's foundation stone.
The Story of Jesus Christ is told in a way never heard before. 90% of the story is read directly from The Matthew Bible: Modern Spelling Edition, just as William Tyndale wrote it, with some effects and music in the background. Jesus was before the birth in the barn and after the crucifixion. Hear his story today.
The episode begins with an introduction to The Matthew Bible and to the podcast. A Bible story is briefly introduced and the account is compared and contrasted with the King James Version (KJV) Bible. The story for this episode is about king Ahaziah and how he turned from God to seek Beelzebub. The prophet Elijah is called on by God to pronounce judgement on the bad king of Israel and in the process great miracles are performed in protecting the prophet from harm.