I have a Kindle Ebook Reader. It has become a part of me. I use it several hours each day–now even more. I recently downloaded MP3 Bible study Breaking Free by Beth Moore (excellent study! see review below).
To listen to the audios at night involved dragging my computer into my bedroom. No more! Now I can listen to any MP3 book with the Kindle on my nightstand.
Kindle comes with an MP3 option for music listening as you read–but in my experience it worked lousy for audio books, I could only listen and not fast forward or rewind. And I had to start over if I paused .
But then I learned the secret. If I upload my MP3 into the Audible folder I have the option to fast forward, pause, rewind, etc. just like on an MP3 player. Yooo Hooo!
I use the MP3 feature daily now while cleaning the kitchen, when I go to bed, etc. If I’m not listening I’m reading.
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FREE DOWNLOAD STUDIES
I also download and listen to free Podcasts on the Kindle. I can upload any of these studies in MP3 free: (If you don’t have a Kindle, you can listen on your computer or MP3 player)
- Dwight Pryor (Hebrew Roots)
- Nancy Leigh Demoss’ Revive Our Hearts
- Beth Moore on Life Today,
- God Journey Podcast
- Baxter Kruger at Perichoresis.org
- Charles Stanley
- and many more (by speaker or Bible topic) from Oneplace.
Kindle is much more than an EBook reader. You can do all these things ANYWHERE, in the car, doctor office, restaurant, plane, etc. It’s always wirelessly connected with no monthly fee. The Kindle has been an super investment for this book worm.
- Read books
- Buy and download books in one minute (get thousands of books free)
- Upload Heart of Wisdom Ebooks to Kindle (via Kindle email)
- Browse the Internet (limited, like on a cell phone but bigger)
- Check your email (with Google email)
- Listen to audio books
- Listen to podcasts
- Listen to music as you read.
Powerful life changing study from selected passages in the Book of Isaiah draws parallels between the captive Israelites and today’s Christian in order to show how to make freedom in Christ a daily reality.
Beth starts the book by identifying the Five Benefits of the Christian life that God desires for us to enjoy and then lists the five obstacles in our lives that keep us from fully enjoying them.
- To Know God and Believe Him
- To Glorify God
- To find satisfaction in God
- To experience God’s peace
- To enjoy God’s presence
Quotes from the Book
Read the book reviews and watch a video on Breaking Free by Beth Moore.
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