Persian Bible audio player in Farsi language

If you're interested in learning more about the Bible and its teachings, you'll want to check out this Persian audio Bible. It is a great way to learn about the Bible while also practicing your listening skills. The audio is clear and easy to follow, and it's a great way to immerse yourself in biblical text. Whether you're a beginner or an expert, this audio Bible will give you a new perspective on the Word of God.

Introducing our Persian Audio Bible Device

The Persian Audio Bible Device is a new and innovative way to listen to the Bible in Persian. With this device, you can now listen to the Bible whenever and wherever you want, making it easier than ever to connect with God. The Persian Audio Bible Device is lightweight and portable, making it easy to take with you on the go. It also has a built-in speaker to share the Word of God with others. Best of all, the device comes pre-loaded with the entire Old and New Testaments, so you can start listening right away. 

How to Use the Persian Audio Bible Device 

Using the Persian Audio Bible Device is easy – just press play and start listening. The device comes with a USB cable, so you can quickly charge it. To bookmark a particular passage, press the "bookmark" button, it is the middle button on the last row of the keyboard on the device.

The Benefits of Listening to the Bible 

Listening to the Bible has many benefits. First and foremost, it allows you to engage with God's Word in a convenient way. We live in a fast-paced world where we are constantly on the go. The last thing we want to do is sit down and read for hours. With the Persian Audio Bible Device, we can listen while driving, working out, or even doing chores around the house.

Second, listening to the Bible helps us retain more information than just reading it. When we hear something, our brains can better process and remember that information than if we read it silently.

Third, listening to Scripture helps us connect with God on an emotional level. The narrator's voice brings special meaning to each word as we hear it spoken aloud. This emotional connection can be beneficial when we are going through difficult times and need encouragement from God's Word. 

What does the Bible say About Persia?

Many people are familiar with the story of Esther, a book in the Old Testament that tells the story of a young Jewish woman who became queen of Persia. But what do we know about Persia outside of Esther's story? Let's look at what the Bible says about Persia and how this ancient Babylonian empire fits into God's plan for history.

Persia in Scripture

The first mention of Persia in Scripture comes in the book of Ezra. At the time, the Persian Empire had just conquered Babylon, and the Jews living in exile in Babylon were permitted to return to Jerusalem and rebuild the temple. Ezra records that King Cyrus issued a decree allowing the Jews to return to their homeland (Ezra 1:1-4). Thus, Persia became the instrument through which lord God began to restore His people after they had been scattered for 70 years.

Book of Esther

The book of Esther tells how a young Jewish woman named Esther became queen of Persia and was used by God to save her people from extermination. The book ends with a grand victory celebration as the Jews are delivered from their enemies (Esther 9:1-19). Once again, we see how God used Persia—this time through Esther—to preserve His people.

Book of Isaiah

In the book of Isaiah, we find a prophecy about a coming Messiah who would be born of a virgin and be named Immanuel, which means "God with us" (Isaiah 7:14). This prophecy was fulfilled when Jesus Christ was born centuries later. But many people don't realize that this prophecy also has a future fulfillment. In the last days, there will be another ruler who will come on the scene, which is called "the Assyrian" in Scripture (Isaiah 10:5-11:16; 14:24-25). Based on other biblical passages, it is believed that this ruler came from Iraq/Assyria... which was once part of the Persian Empire! So again, we see that Persia will play an essential role in end-times events.

From its first mention in Scripture until its future role in end-time events, we see that Persia has always been—and will always be—an essential part of God's plan for history. Even today, as tensions between Iran and Israel continue to escalate, we can trust that God is sovereign over all nations and that He is working out His perfect plan for His glory and our good.

What does the Farsi Bible say about the Kings of Persia

The Bible has a lot to say about the kings of Persia. The Old Testament is full of prophecies and stories about the nation of Persia and its kings. In the Book of Daniel, for example, we read about how the prophet could interpret a dream that king Nebuchadnezzar had about a statue made of different metals. This interpretation led to Daniel being promoted to the king's court. 

We also read about how, during the reign of King Xerxes, Queen Esther put her own life at risk to save her people, the Jews, from certain death. These are just a few examples of what the Bible has to say about the kings of Persia. 

King Cyrus 

One of the most famous kings of Persia mentioned in the Bible is Cyrus the Great. He is mentioned by name in Isaiah 45:1-4. These verses say, "This is what the LORD says to Cyrus his anointed one, whom I took by the right hand to subdue nations before him and strip kings from their thrones...I will go before you and level the mountains; I will break down gates of bronze and cut through bars of iron." 

These verses show that God had great plans for the king of Persia (Cyrus) and that he would be used to accomplish great things. We see this come to pass as Cyrus conquered many nations and freed the captive Jews from Babylon. Because of saith Cyrus king, we have these fantastic stories and prophecies in Scripture. 

The Bible contains many stories and prophecies about the kings of Persia and all the kingdoms. These stories show us that God can use anyone, even pagan kings, to accomplish his purposes. The report of King Cyrus shows us how God can take someone who is not even a follower of him and use him in mighty ways. We see from these stories that nothing is impossible for God!

10 Verses About Persia from the Bible

The Holy Bible contains a wealth of knowledge, including many verses about the country of Persia. As one of the most influential countries of its time, Persia is mentioned numerous times throughout the Bible. Here are ten verses about Persia from the Bible.

  1. "All the king's princes and all the earth have eaten and drunk before thee; thou hast taken thy portion, and hast given them their portion; thou hast satisfied thy lusts, and hast drunken thy fill of their blood; all the earth God hath worshipped thee:" --Ezekiel 32:27 KJV

  2. "I will also stretch out my hand upon Elam and will cause the destruction thereof by the king of Babel. I will bring them out from the midst of their enemies, and will gather them on every side; and I will bring them into their land safely, that they may no more be incensed against me." --Jeremiah 49:34-36 KJV 

  3. "By his power, he made the world; by his wisdom, he made the world: By his understanding, he hath stretched out the heaven hath." --Jeremiah 51:15 KJV 

  4. Then said he, Knowest thou wherefore I come unto thee? And now will I return to fight with the prince of Persia: and when I am gone, lo, the prince of Grecia shall come.

  5. Thus saith Cyrus king of Persia, All the kingdoms of the earth hath the LORD God of heaven given me; and he hath charged me to build him a house in Jerusalem, which [is] in Judah. Who [is there] among you of all his people? The LORD his God [be] with him, and let him go up.

  6. For we [were] bondmen; yet our God hath not forsaken us in our bondage but hath extended mercy unto us in the sight of the kings of Persia, to give us a reviving, to set up the house of our God, and to repair the desolations thereof, and to give us a wall in Judah and Jerusalem.

  7. "Hearken unto me, ye that follow after righteousness, Ye that seeks the LORD: Look unto the rock whence ye are hewn‥ Was not Abraham our father justified by works, when he had offered Isaac his son upon the altar?"--Isaiah 51:1-2 KJV 

  8. "And all the acts of his power and of his might, and the declaration of the greatness of Mordecai, whereunto the king advanced him, [are] they not written in the book of the chronicles of the kings of Media and Persia?"

  9. But Zerubbabel, Jeshua, and the rest of the chief of the fathers of Israel, said unto them, Ye have nothing to do with us to build a house unto our God. Still, we together will make unto the LORD God of Israel, as king Cyrus the king of Persia hath commanded us.

  10. "Unto us, a Child is born [Jesus Christ], unto us a Son is given ‥And His name shall be called Wonderful Counsellor, The Mighty God, The Everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace."--Isaiah 9:6 KJV 

Many verses in the Bible mention Persia. These verses show how influential Persia was in biblical times. As one of the most powerful countries of its time, Persia was mentioned numerous times in the Bible. These ten verses about Persia show this country's importance in biblical times.


What is the Persian Bible?

The Persian Bible is the Bible in the Persian language. It is also known as the Farsi Bible.

What is the name of the Iranian Bible?

The Iranian Bible is called the Injil Sharif. Injil is the Arabic word for gospel, and Sharif means holy.

Is Persian a language?

Yes, Persian is a language. It's spoken by about 45 million people in Iran, Afghanistan, and worldwide. It's also the official language of Tajikistan.

Who translated Bible into Farsi?

Sarkis Loudj b. Amīr Male translated the Holy Bible into Farsi.