Mark’s Gospel, Performed by Max McLean: Free Online

Perhaps one of your New Year's Resolutions was to become familiar with the Gospels.  Even if it was not, you are sure to be blessed by this Justin Taylor discovery.  Max McLean's golden vocals resound from the stage with a word-for-word presentation of the Book of Mark.  Combined with clever  melodies, sound effects, and visuals helping you track the Messiah's progress through the ancient land, this dramatic reading of God's Word will bless those ears that were made for hearing.

And did I mention it is free?  It's worth buying, if you have the funds and dislike watching things in-length on the computer.

Running about an hour and a half in total, these YouTube videos are divided into single-chapter segments.  Of course, that will help you should you want to focus on individual texts.  However, if you have the time, also consider attempting the whole book in one sitting.  The book was written to be read aloud in its entirety, so this will help you gain a good bird's-eye view of the major themes running through the text.


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