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Access The KJV Bible as Never Before with Amazing New Technology
Date:3/31/2013

(PRWEB) March 31, 2013

Litchfield Associates, owner of Scourby.com has launched a suite of Audio Bible APPs that is revolutionizing the way people are accessing the King James Bible. The Audio Bible app suites are the most advance invention in years and it’s only available on Scourby.com, the iTunes store, Google Play and Amazon.

For people wanting to listen to the KJV Bible on their Mp3 players or iPods, users can now get the Scourby Audio Bible MP3 download. For users wanting the newest APPs for their iPhone or Android phone and tablets, they can get the all new Scourby Audio Bible app.

These new suite of digital products provide users a brilliant new way to conduct Bible Study and get new inspiration as they access God’s Holy word at the touch of a finger. The Scourby audio Bible app features the narration of Alexander Scourby, world renowned as “Voice of the Bible” either as an audio Bible Mp3 narration alone or as a bimodal presentation with audio and text delivered together. The dual presentation offered via mobile devices has proved to increase understanding, comprehension and memorization of scripture verses.

The King James Bible has been the source of inspiration and comfort for believers for 403 years There is no better way to continue that time honored tradition than by using this all new tech tool. Think about it, most people either put an iPhone or Android phone in their pocket or purse when they leave their home. Now they can have an Audio Bible APP residing on their phone or tablet and be carrying the Bible right with them for instant access. In doing so users now can access the KJV Bible at any time and take advantage of technology to spend more time in God’s Word.

God has always used man’s inventions to speak to his people; this is just a new invention that God can use to speak to a new generation of people today. For over 400 hundred years the King James Bible has been r
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