Sunday, March 28, 2021

Ch. 16 - The Chosen Twelve

An audio recording of chapter 16 of James E. Talmage's classic work, Jesus the Christ. Read by Bradley Ross. Music from Lara St. John, used by permission via Magnatune.com. The original text of this item, including footnotes and endnotes, is available from Project Gutenberg: http://www.gutenberg.org/files/22542/22542-h/22542-h.htm#chapter_16 

Their call and ordination.—The Twelve considered individually.—Their characteristics in general.—Disciples and apostles

Sunday, March 21, 2021

Ch. 15 - Lord of the Sabbath

An audio recording of chapter 15 of James E. Talmage's classic work, Jesus the Christ. Read by Bradley Ross. Music from Lara St. John, used by permission via Magnatune.com. The original text of this item, including footnotes and endnotes, is available from Project Gutenberg: http://www.gutenberg.org/files/22542/22542-h/22542-h.htm#chapter_15 

Sabbath distinctively sacred to Israel.—Cripple healed on Sabbath day.—Accusations by the Jews and the Lord's reply thereto.—Disciples charged with Sabbath-breaking.—Man with a withered hand healed on Sabbath day

Sunday, March 14, 2021

Ch. 14 - Continuation of Our Lord's Ministry in Galilee

 An audio recording of chapter 14 of James E. Talmage's classic work, Jesus the Christ. Read by Bradley Ross. Music from Lara St. John, used by permission via Magnatune.com. The original text of this item, including footnotes and endnotes, is available from Project Gutenberg: http://www.gutenberg.org/files/22542/22542-h/22542-h.htm#chapter_14


A leper healed.—Leprosy.—Palsied man healed and forgiven.—Imputation of blasphemy.—Publicans and sinners.—Old cloth, old bottles, and the new.—Preliminary call of disciples.—Fishers of men

Sunday, March 7, 2021

Ch. 13 - Honored by Strangers, Rejected by His Own

 An audio recording of chapter 13 of James E. Talmage's classic work, Jesus the Christ. Read by Bradley Ross. Music from Lara St. John, used by permission via Magnatune.com. The original text of this item, including footnotes and endnotes, is available from Project Gutenberg: http://www.gutenberg.org/files/22542/22542-h/22542-h.htm#chapter_13


Jesus and the Samaritan woman.—Among the Samaritans.—While at Cana Christ heals a nobleman's son in Capernaum.—At Nazareth Christ preaches in synagog.—Nazarenes attempt to kill him.—Demons subdued in Capernaum.—Demoniacal possession