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No other audio Bible has such an appeal and potential to impact women and children as The Word Becomes Flesh. People, whom we admire, trust, and allow into our lives through various mediums, read this rendition of the New Testament. These women guide us to understand and discover what the Word can do in our lives; it can heal us, teach us, inspire us, and transform our lives.

The Word Becomes Flesh is a complete audio rendition of the New Testament. Each of the 27 books has an introduction and is read in a conversational style by various women of influence. Devotional-style music accompanies the readings.

©2005 Nelson Bibles, a division of Thomas Nelson Publishers

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  • L. Garris
  • 10-10-06

Watch out for commercials

I bought this to listen to with my children. Between the books of the Bible there are commercials for Mercy Ministries. These are NOT appropriate for children. I am very disappointed that these commercials were not disclosed BEFORE I bought this.

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  • Rachel
  • 16-07-05

Love it!

At first, I thought I was going to be annoyed by the music in the back ground, but after a few minutes, I tuned it out easily. I really like hearing different woman tell the story of the Bible. They read it with such emotion.

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  • Andrea Barker
  • 23-05-18

Not for children

This is read very well in terms of Scripture. I am with one of the other reviewers on this though, this is not suitable for children because of the testimonies about drugs, alcohol and the like. Mercy sounds interesting, but I don’t think they should use this to advertize. The publisher should probably say that this is not suitable for young children.