Inspire Me – Daily Audio Bible

Eye of the Beholder - Inspire Me - Daily Audio Bible
Scripture in the daily rhythm of life can change hearts. Matthew 6:33

The Daily Audio Bible is committed to guiding Christians worldwide into an intimate and daily friendship with the Bible. 2 Timothy 3:16-17

As a Christ follower, I understand the importance of reading The Holy Bible daily. I am reminded of it regularly, by my pastor, by my mentor, and in my devotional reading. Daily Audio Bible

Eye of the Beholder - Inspire Me - Daily Audio Bible
True, noble, just, pure — meditate on these things. Philippians 4:8

I am instructed to …

There is no better way for me to do these things than being in God’s Word every morning before starting my day.
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This can be a challenge for many Christians. Finding the time is a common barrier. Busy, working adults, especially those with children in the home, have little time to spare in their packed routines.

Another common hurdle, for some, is that The Bible is too hard to understand. The text was originally recorded in Hebrew, Greek, and Aramaic, so the language barrier is real. Certain expressions, phrases, and meanings have a fuzzy translation into other languages, or sometimes no translation at all.

Age and cultural gaps add to the difficulty. What made perfect sense to a Hebrew person 3000 years ago could have little or no relevance today. Contextual settings, such as marriage, legal matters, or employment are often obsolete and meaningless to 21st century readers, leaving things open to abstract interpretation that is often incorrect.

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Most Christians rely on their pastor for a solid dose of The Bible once per week at Sunday service. They can usually make time for that, and pastors will explain the complexities of The Bible in a way that makes sense. But once a week is not enough for the renewing of our minds. We need more if we expect to grow and mature in our spiritual walk.

Eye of the Beholder - Inspire Me - Daily Audio Bible
Providing the spoken Word of God in many languages. Matthew 28:16-20

Brian Hardin understands this. It is what lead him to respond to divine inspiration in 2005 to podcast the Bible.

What emerged from that vision was the Daily Audio Bible (DAB), and it has grown to over 40 million downloads.

With a soothing voice, pleasant background music, and uplifting praise music, I find that Brian’s daily readings are a joy to listen to. He provides a meaningful summary at the end of the reading, explains the scripture, describes how it fits into the overall narrative of The Bible, and suggests how I might apply the meaning of it to my own life. Most importantly, I get a vital shot of God’s word into my heart and mind … My Daily Bread (Matthew 6:9-13).

Eye of the Beholder - Inspire Me - Daily Audio Bible
Begin a new journey. It’s never been easier to experience The Bible.

The DAB Mobile App makes it easier than ever.

Listen at your convenience on your iPhone or Android device, during the commute, over lunch break, or on the treadmill.

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I have been a listener for years, but was only recently inspired to profile DAB on Eye of the Beholder. It happened with Brian’s November 29, 2022 reading. He made me question why I am so anxious for the Lord’s return. He changed my mind set.

I already knew that God’s patience and mercy exceeds all human capacity. He forgives me over and over for my failures. I will never measure up, but He knows that. It is why He gave us His Son, Jesus. God’s grace abounds as He patiently waits for me to draw closer.

Eye of the Beholder - Inspire Me - Daily Audio Bible
He’s got the whole world, in His hands. Listen to Laurie London.

But what about this jacked-up world we live in?

Why does God endure in patience for so much violence, murder, immorality, corruption, and war?

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  • While our world seems to be falling apart around us, He waits.
  • Because He is not willing that even one should perish, He waits.
  • He waits, not because He wishes us to endure more trials and tribulation, but because He desires a great harvest.

2 Peter 3:9

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If God is not willing that any should perish, then why am I not working in His fields more intently, bringing in more yield for the Kingdom? Why do I hide away hoping for His return?

I am convicted by the answer to that. It is as if I am a wimpy soldier hiding in my fox hole waiting for the battle to end so I can run back to camp when it is over. I should be charging forward into the fray, because every day God waits is a day that I can go to work for Him. I should be thankful that He has given me another day in this lost world to do what I can, rather than cry out, “How long, oh Lord!

That notion is a primary motivator behind Eye of the Beholder. Maybe I can help a few souls online for God’s Great Harvest? I sure hope so!

Matthew 9:37–38

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Steve Coryell