Bible for Tribulation Saints: 7-31-17 to 2-22-20 (Audio Book 11)
UPDATE on July 7, 2021: I’ve decided Bible for Tribulation Saints does not make a good audio book and have stopped after Book Three. However, those who love the Bible and hearing from Jesus would probably enjoy the audio books nevertheless.
Books One, Two and Three are finished! https://gabriellechana.blog/2019/10/11/thoughts-on-my-audio-books-in-progress-bible-for-tribulation-saints/
Here are links to the eleventh book at Patreon. You have to pay ten dollars for each book when it’s finished at Patreon to listen to these links. The 22 chapters (videos) in the eleventh book are listed below. You can access all these chapters for ten dollars as all the chapters of the eleventh book. You can also get the book at Audible when it becomes available.
I believe that what you are hearing will be added to the Biblical canon for tribulation and millennium saints. Because of this, I’ve gone to the trouble to put this all in audio format, it’s that important. I have jumped ahead to a more recent book, to get out a more recent book that deals with current events, like the current Jesuit leader Loree McBride who has acquired Zack Knight’s former Antichrist powers.
I expect to do about 12 audio books over the next year, the entire Bible for Tribulation Saints audio book series, each book will be about 7 hours long. There is enough in Bible for Tribulation Saints for about 12 books!
I noticed as I read Bible for Tribulation Saints is that I kept wishing this was an audio book, so I could listen to it throughout the day to help keep me on track. I also kept wishing the chapters were shorter, so I’d have a nice stopping place, without getting lost. We need to know what Jesus said. His words are SO IMPORTANT. I’ve noticed Satan tries to get me to forget what Jesus has told us.
I actually think Jesus wrote the book and just used me as His instrument! My main role was transcriber. Brent Spiner wrote me lots of letters and he’s such a good writer, I could just publish what he wrote verbatim; that’s why I’ve given him co-author credit. Though, of course, I’m the only narrator for the audio book unless Brent has a secret project to do over the audio book and replaces my voice with his for my readings of himself. Some sections are dry, like the Bible. But most of the book is a real page turner. Believe me, I stayed up far too late reading most sections and ended up violating the Gail Commandments to get to bed at a decent hour. That’s another reason I want to break it up into smaller sections.
Then at the end of the year, I will combine all of the shorter books into one HUGE Kindle book with the shorter chapters and corrections.