8 thoughts on “Transparent

      1. Caddo

        I have wanted to ask you how you do these, whether they’re a Bible version I’m unfamiliar with–or whether you’re inspired to poetry as you read the verse. I’m just curious, but was afraid of offending. I’ll check out the Voice–are there others I might like?

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      2. Bible Gateway is a wonderful resource. They carry many translations and paraphrases in English and other languages. I tend to re-read familiar passages in more than one version as an aid to meditation, although I frequently use the concordance search in 16th century English as the odd wording from childhood memory verses does stick in my head. I don’t read the old King James for every day study as much though, because I nearly always have to translate it for others who don’t speak that language anyway.
        http://www.biblegateway.com/

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