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  • David Cochran Heath

    This audio version of the nation's most popular annual Bible commentary is designed to help teachers and students know, understand, and apply the Bible. Based on the KJV Standard Lesson Commentary, these audio CDs provide a condensed, 15-minute version of each week's lesson. Each of the 52 audio sessions: ·begins with the featured Scripture text ·featured commentary to ensure the Scripture is understood ·provides a detailed lesson background ·includes discussion starters Teachers and students alike can prepare for or review the lessons to increase their understanding of the Bible truths presented in each session. Enhance your weekly preparation and presentation of each lesson by...read more

  • David Cochran Heath

    The King James Version has continued to this day to be one of the most beloved and widely sought after translations of the bible into the English language. Now over 400 years old, the King James Version has been shaping Christians for centuries with it's majesty and solemnity.Narrator David Cochran Heath brings his voice of clarity and warmth, making listening an experience the hearer will want to return to again and...read more

  • David Cochran Heath

    The Gospels The King James Version has continued to this day to be one of the most beloved and widely sought after translations of the bible into the English language. Now over 400 years old, the King James Version has been shaping Christians for centuries with it's majesty and solemnity.Narrator David Cochran Heath brings his voice of clarity and warmth, making listening an experience the hearer will want to return to again and...read more

  • David Cochran Heath

    The Old Testament in Audio The King James Version has continued to this day to be one of the most beloved and widely sought after translations of the bible into the English language. Now over 400 years old, the King James Version has been shaping Christians for centuries with it's majesty and solemnity.Narrator David Cochran Heath brings his voice of clarity and warmth, making listening an experience the hearer will want to return to again and...read more

  • David Cochran Heath

    The New Testament in Audio The King James Version has continued to this day to be one of the most beloved and widely sought after translations of the bible into the English language. Now over 400 years old, the King James Version has been shaping Christians for centuries with it's majesty and solemnity.Narrator David Cochran Heath brings his voice of clarity and warmth, making listening an experience the hearer will want to return to again and...read more

  • David Cochran Heath

    The second book of Samuel paints a portrait of Israel's greatest king. King David had many military triumphs and was richly blessed by God. Despite this, even David was prone to fall into temptation. In this book, we can grow in knowledge of sin and its consequences. More importantly we can better understand how our merciful God still wants to use us in His redemption...read more

  • David Cochran Heath

    God is faithful and always keeps His promises. In 1 Chronicles God's promise to David is fulfilled when David becomes king over all of Israel. The genealogies in this book remind us that every one of His children play a role in His redemption plan. We can rest assured that we are each playing a vital role in this plan as...read more

  • David Cochran Heath

    The Israelites are becoming a unified nation under a king. The first two kings, Saul and David, are anointed by Samuel. Take a look into the lives of Samuel, Saul, and David as they experience struggles and reveal the many faults of the human condition, giving us a picture of our own...read more

  • David Cochran Heath

    David is dead and Solomon takes the throne. First Kings begins with a united kingdom and ends with division. This is a story of a monarchy's breakdown but it is also a story of God's tireless desire to maintain a relationship with His...read more

  • David Cochran Heath

    A Sermon Preached At The Funeral Of The Right Honorable Lady Mary Vere, January 10,...read more

  • David Cochran Heath

    Hebrews is about persevering in the faith. Written concerning the Jewish Christians, this letter serves as a reminder that Christ is superior to priests, angels, and the old covenant laws. His sacrifice is once for all unlike the sacrificial system. While Jewish Christians have been less focused on growing in godliness, this letter encourages them to "...lay aside every weight, and sin which clings so closely... run with endurance the race that is set before us, looking to Jesus..." (Heb. 12:1-2) Listen to the hope this book offers and the encouragement it gives about times of...read more

  • David Cochran Heath

    Like many of us, the Thessalonians need to be reminded of the reality of Christ's second coming. In this book, Paul encourages believers to look forward to the second coming as the final accomplishment of God's promise to save his people. In light of the Thessalonians' false sense of security, Paul only addresses the timing of the second coming by saying, "...the day of the Lord will come like a thief in the night." (1 Thes. 5:2) With this in mind, we must all live in a way that is pleasing to the Lord, keeping Christ as the center of our lives as we await his...read more

  • David Cochran Heath

    While there is suffering, evil, sickness, and death in this world, the book of Joel reminds us that we have an everlasting hope through it all. Joel warns the people of Judah as a horrifying locust plague has come upon them. He urges the people to repent and return to God, predicting that this is just the beginning of their judgment. Thankfully, Joel's prophecies do not end there. He continues to teach the people about the promise of hope that lies ahead in the kingdom of the Messiah. Listen as this prophet describes the day of salvation which we are privileged to live in...read more

  • David Cochran Heath

    After Jesus rose from the dead, he gave his Spirit to dwell within all who believe in him. The Holy Spirit is our Counselor, leading, instructing, and equipping us. A sequel to the Gospel of Luke, this book gives a history of the early church and provides a heavy emphasis on the work of the Holy Spirit. In many ways, Acts serves as a transition from law-keeping to grace and faith in Christ. Listen to Acts and learn about how God uses the Holy Spirit to transform the hearts of believers and then uses them to fulfill his plan of...read more

  • David Cochran Heath

    As Christians, we have a hope that withstands all trouble. In fact, while many strive to avoid suffering, believers can actually rejoice in it. Why? Because God will vindicate his people. We can rest in God's salvation now and look forward to the day he will bring full redemption. This letter, written by the apostle Peter points us to Christ in times of tribulation and encourages us to persevere in the midst of suffering. Listen to Peter as he illustrates the hope that comes with remembering the death and resurrection of...read more

  • David Cochran Heath

    After finding out that the Corinthian church was filled with pride and committing sexual immorality, Paul teaches believers about the dangers of abusing freedom. The real problem is that the believers have a misunderstanding of grace. The Corinthian church was basing its faith on cheap grace. Cheap grace is grace without the cross, grace without repentance, and grace without cost. Listen to Paul as he tells believers about Christ who has given us grace as forgiveness for our sins but also as power to flee from our old...read more

  • David Cochran Heath

    Do you ever feel like evil is prevailing in your life and that God is silent? The life of Daniel proves that God is more powerful than we often assume He is. While under the Babylonian rulers, Daniel and his three fellow Judeans are being challenged for their faith. In the middle of every trial, however, God always comes through. In the final chapters of this book, Daniel prophecies about the end times, including the "seventy weeks prophecy". Follow Daniel and be encouraged by the continuous triumphs of good over...read more

  • David Cochran Heath

    In light of Jesus' second coming, we should not be compelled to hide out until his return, rather, we should be actively participating in his restoration plan for the world as we wait in anticipation. Paul teaches the Thessalonians that the second coming should not paralyze believers from doing work for the kingdom. Instead, it should motivate them to live in a way that is pleasing to God. We all have duties to complete before Jesus' return so we should "...not grow weary in doing good." (2 Thes....read more

  • David Cochran Heath

    The last book of the Bible portrays God's total redemption. Heaven will come down to earth and the power of sin will finally be overcome. Revelation makes it clear that the material world will be restored completely and God's people will live in a new world based on love, justice, and peace. Believers will reign forever in perfect communion and fellowship with the Lord himself. Listen to John's revelation and receive a foretaste of the day when God will "wipe away all tears" (Rev....read more

  • David Cochran Heath

    In the Beginning of all beginnings, the Artist of all artists simply spoke and all of Creation unfolded before Him. Satisfied with His work, God said, 'It is good.' Not long after, the first human beings faced a serious choice when tempted to shake off their Creator's leadership so as to be His equal. Out of great love, God then chose the Israelites as a nation to be witnesses of His existence. Listen to Genesis and experience the hope that remains in the midst of creation, fall, and...read more