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The Valley of Vision Audio CD – Audiobook, CD
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Max McLean is so immensely talented in his readings of these Puritan prayers that you are carried away on the emotion he imputes to the text from the first sentence.
R.C. Sproul and his Ligonier Ministries, with their publishing division of "Soli Deo Gloria," brings Puritan resources like this to the airwaves (and webwaves) like no one else when they feature these readings.
I use this as a way to wake up and start my day, helping to focus my mind on God, who is the make-up of every Christian's reality -- transcending our day-to-day lives toward eternity.
America is a place where we can, more than ever before, be flooded with communication from God's mind to ours. The internet has made the Gospel ubiquitously available at just a couple clicks of a mouse. Materials like "The Valley of Vision" can make the time we are living in a saturation of God's Word to our inmost being.
As an evangelical Christian for 65 years, I highly commend it to those with an all-out commitment to the Lord. Of course, it is a wonderful book to read, but the outstanding reading voice of Max McLean makes it an excellent bedside book to hear as one begins or ends each day.
As an audio instrument for those who seek to hold fast in their Christian life in this increasingly perplexing and distressing world, I can think of few similar readings to be more highly praised.
Audio books are best utilized when you wish to multi-task, or merely progress through a book quickly. I don't think Valley of Vision is suitable for either of those cases.