Today we’ll read Numbers 33, John 4 and Psalm 43 from the New King James Version.
May God bless the reading of His Word.
Well, Numbers 33 today sure did have a lot of place names. I hope you don’t mind if I plug my book, Webb’s Easy Bible Names Pronunciation Guide right about now. Listen, if you find yourself skipping over the difficult names in the Bible, or if you have to read some of those names in public and you don’t want to be embarrassed by stumbling over them, you really should pick up a copy. Or more correctly, you should download a copy. It’s a great way to know how to confidently read and pronounce all those hard names, and it’s a great way to help support the show, and Lifespring! Media.
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Until next time, may God bless you richly. I’m Steve Webb.