Gospel according to Matthew

It is my privilege to create and present all three parts of Matthew’s account of the gospel – read by Dawn Fanshawe, from the “Truth” translation, and illustrated by a visual narrative of specially chosen images from a variety of cultures and generations of Christianity.

Part 1 – Chapters 1 – 11

Part 2 – Chapters 12 – 20

Part 3 – Chapters 21 – 28 (end)

Epistles on YouTube!

This is a letter from James, the brother of Jesus, to the believers dispersed among the nations. Dawn is reading from the Truth translation of the New Testament. (Translated by Colin Urquhart)
See also 1 Corinthians and the gospel of Matthew (in 3 parts)
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This is Dawn Fanshawe reading the book of 1 Corinthians, from The Truth translation. The visual accompaniment is a collection of images of Paul the apostle, of his journeys and of some of the places in Corinth at that time and today.

Matthew Part 2 (of 3)

Part 2 ready too. Hope you enjoy it. Feedback very welcome. Thank you for subscribing and liking Matthew Part 1 and 1 Corinthians. (Part 3 – final chapters of Matthew – out soon.)

This is the SECOND of three parts of the gospel according to Matthew. This part contains chapters 12 through 20, visually illustrated by some great works of art, created by generations of faithful followers, to depict the glory of God and the wonder of the gospel in a variety of delightful paintings and images (some famous and some obscure). Dawn Fanshawe is reading from ‘the Truth’ New Testament (translation by Colin Urquhart). Part 1 is already available and part 3 will follow shortly, God willing!
If you like these renditions of the gospel of Matthew, check out ‘1 Corinthians’ too, which was my debut on YouTube. Please subscribe to see what else I might produce and to watch Matthew part 3, when it is available. Thank you for watching. Comments also welcome.

The Gospel according to Matthew – Part 1 (of 3) Chapters 1 – 11.

This is the first of three parts of the gospel according to Matthew. This part contains an introduction and the first 11 chapters, visually illustrated by some great works of art, created throughout the centuries by faithful followers, inspired to depict the glory of God and the wonder of the gospel in a variety of delightful paintings and images (some famous and some obscure). Dawn is reading from ‘the Truth’ New Testament (translation by Colin Urquhart). Parts 2 and 3 will follow shortly, God willing!