The Prince of Wales has added his contribution to the "YouTube Bible."
The YouTube Bible has been set up by the King James Bible Trust to encourage people of all ages and walks of life to read passages of the King James Bible. The aim is to create a complete and varied archive of readings accessible online.
It is just one of many ways that the the 400th anniversary of the completion of the King James Bible is being celebrated by Christians this year.
The King James Bible Trust was founded to coordinate the celebrations.
Prince Charles has offered his contribution as patron of the trust. He reads from the Gospel according to John 14:1-14, in which Jesus comforts his followers and tells them not to let their hearts be troubled.
His reading was recorded in the Chapel Royal of St James' Palace.
The prince is scheduled to host a reception at Clarence House for representatives and supporters of the King James Bible Trust on March 17.
The prince's reading is available via the following link www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tjDdz-yRw4.