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About Mazatec Ixcatlán Bible

The New Testament with audio in Mazatec of Ixcatlán of Mexico

Alternative Language Names: Mazateco de San Pedro Ixcatlán, En ningotsie, Mazateco de presa bajo [ISO 639-3: mzi]

This app comes with audio and automatic text highlighting as the audio is played for books where audio is available. The Gospel of Mark audio is included in the initial installation. The audio for the other books will be downloaded from the web the first time the chapter is played. Internet provider data use charges may apply for downloading audio or watching linked videos.

Visit www.ScriptureEarth.org for more Scripture resources in Mazatec of Ixcatlán.

Text: © 2015, Sociedad Bíblica de México y Wycliffe Bible Translators, Inc.
Audio: ℗ 2021, Hosanna, Bible.is
Images: El Video de Lucas--© 2004, Inspirational Films; © 2016, Wycliffe Bible Translators, Inc.



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