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From "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" we read...

I stood a-looking at him. ... But that idea was a failure. ... "Don't cry, bub.  What's the trouble?" ... So they dug and dug like everything. ... "It ain't no use to try to learn you nothing, Huck."


But those lines don't make any sense!  You're right; they are just bits and pieces of the novel taken out of context.  Obviously, there is value to reading Huckleberry Finn from cover to cover.  How much more important is reading God's Word in context.  Brian Hardin, founder and voice for the Daily Audio Bible, says we need "the sweep of the narrative."    

Click here for a link to the Daily Audio Bible or to listen to today's program.