New Testament Audio English free download

¿Que buscas?

New Testament Audio English


New-Testament-Books New Testament Audio English free download


Quieres mantenerte al dia con nuestras actualizaciones agrega tu correo para avisarte

Sí, soy humano*

Se ha enviado un mensaje de confirmación; por favor, haga clic en el enlace de confirmación para verificar su suscripción. Importante: Algunas veces los E-mails llegan a la carpeta de SPAM.
El email ya esta en uso
Tienes que escribir un email
Tienes que cliquear el captcha
El captcha no es correcto
Historical Books

Historical Books

  1. Matthew--Presents Jesus as the Messiah.  Genealogy of Jesus through Joseph.  Fulfillment of O.T. prophecy.
  2. Mark--Presents Jesus as the Servant.  1/3 of the gospel deals with the last week of His life.
  3. Luke--Presents Jesus as the Son of Man to seek and save the lost.  Genealogy of Jesus through Mary.  Largest of the gospels.
  4. John--Presents Jesus as God in flesh, the Christ, so that you might believe.
  5. Acts--Historical account from Jesus’ ascension to travels of Paul in his missionary journeys.
Pauline Epistles

Pauline Epistles

  1. Romans--A systematic examination of justification, sanctification, and glorification.  Examines God’s plan for the Jews and the Gentiles.
  2. 1 Corinthians--This letter deals with factions and corrections due to immorality, lawsuits, and abuse of the Lord’s Supper.   Also mentions idols, marriage, and the resurrection.
  3. 2 Corinthians--Paul’s defense of his apostolic position.
  4. Galatians--Paul refutes the errors of legalism and examines the proper place of grace in the Christian’s life.
  5. Ephesians--The believer’s position in Christ and information on Spiritual warfare.
  6. Philippians--Paul speaks of his imprisonment and his love for the Philippians.  He exhorts them to godliness and warns them of legalism.
  7. Colossians--Paul focuses on the preeminence of Jesus in creation, redemption, and godliness.
  8. 1 Thessalonians--Paul’s ministry to the Thessalonians.  Teachings on purity and mention of the return of Christ.
  9. 2 Thessalonians--Corrections on the Day of the Lord.
  10. 1 Timothy--Instructions to Timothy on proper leadership and dealings with false teachers, the role of women, prayer, and requirements of elders and deacons.
  11. 2 Timothy--A letter of encouragement to Timothy to be strong.
  12. Titus--Paul left Titus in Crete to care for the churches there. Requirements for elders.
  13. Philemon--a letter to the owner of a runaway slave.  Paul appeals to Philemon to forgive Onesimus.
Non Pauline Epistles

Non Pauline Epistles

  1. Hebrews--A letter to the Hebrew Christians in danger of returning to Judaism.  It demonstrates the superiority of Jesus over the O.T. system. Mentions the Melchizedek priesthood.  (Hebrews may be of Pauline origin.  There is much debate on its authorship).
  2. James--a practical exhortation of believers to live a Christian life evidencing regeneration.  It urges self-examination of the evidence of the changed life.
  3. 1 Peter--Peter wrote this letter to encourage its recipients in the light of their suffering and be humble in it.  Mentions baptism.
  4. 2 Peter--Deals with the person on an inward level, warnings against false teachers, and mentions the Day of the Lord.
  5. 1 John--John describes true fellowship of the believers with other believers and with God. God as light and love.  Encourages a holy Christian walk before the Lord.  Much mention of Christian love.
  6. 2 John--Praise for walking in Christ and a reminder to walk in God’s love.
  7. 3 John--John thanks Gaius for his kindness to God’s people and rebukes Diotrephes.
  8. Jude--Exposing false teachers and uses O.T. allusions to demonstrate the judgment upon them. Contends for the faith.
  9. Revelation--A highly symbolic vision of the future rebellion, judgment, and consummation of all things.
Old Testament Books
bíblia completa em falada portugues
La biblia Dramatizada Nuevo Testamento

Déjanos conocerte y comparte con nuestro ministerio tu experiencia