Alright! I will download and steal them all!In fact, I think I'll play them when I preach and just lip-synch with them.Do you think anybody will notice?
Sweet. It will be nice to listen too.
I'll check those out-It will also be interesting to hear what your voice sounds like--and in my head I'll hear it that way when I read your blog...
Hey, Jeremy! Now everybody will be able to hear what Rose brought to my attention. Neat artwork at the top of your page ... fire is a popular theme, it seems! We love the name of your blog, very creative. Blogging for the Glory of God. Have a great day with God's church tomorrow.brother John
Hey, you sound older than you look. That's a good thing. Now I don't have to be impressed by how well you write for a teenage kid. Good sermon, too. Now I don't have to go to church tomorrow!
Thank you sir. I shall enjoy hearing you.
I listened to the message "A PROPER RESPONSE TO GOD'S SALVATION" and I enjoyed it very much. Thank you for your hard work and careful study.You display a strong knowledge of His word. I appreciate that.Brother Mark
Kjos,I'm not old! I'll be twenty-nine next month!Bluecollar,You picked the short one!
I was 29 once...I didn't say you were old. I just said you sounded older than you look, baby-face. Enjoy it while you can!
Only 29? I'm old enough to be your daddy! I'll be back for more.
Dear brothers Weaver,I wanted to drop you both a note to let you know that I listened to sermons by both of you yesterday. It pleases me beyond all telling to learn of two more young men in the SBC with a passion for orthodox Biblical Christianity. Keep up the good work, and never let Christ and Him crucified out of your cross hairs. Jeremy, especially you, even though you are not as polished as your brother, it was thrilling to hear Christ preached from Isaiah. I have subscribed to your podcast, and look forward to adding your messages to my weekly mix. I also enjoy both of your blog posts. They are solid and thought provoking.Only one criticism to which ever one of you has the ear of your sound man. Tell him to turn up the gain while recording so that it bounces between -6db and -3db. There is simply not enough volume in your recordings to out-shout the dull roar of my 450 horse Mac engine.
Thanks everyone.P.W. Hatcher,Thank you for your input. I'm still working on my delivery.Thanks for the tip on the sound as well!
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