One Way
By Fancypants
About this podcast
Things that are important to me.

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Nov. 10, 2011 · 00:01:03
I’m sorry that the quality of the recording isn’t the greatest. I couldn’t figure out how to get rid of the annoying hum – not to mention my singing is FAR from anything great. I recorded this because one of my relatives is trying to learn the books of the Bible, and I figured that this song might help him learn them more easily. Beyond that, this simple song can benefit anyone else who might stumble upon this podcast. I didn’t record any intro or outro along with the song, so that if anyone who downloads this want to run it on a loop can, without having their memorization attempts distracted by my narrative. My history behind this is song is this… When I was a kid my mother wanted to teach my brother & I the books of the Bible so we could follow along whenever scripture was read to us. So, instead of listening to the radio while she was driving us around from place to place in her car, she would sing this song to us over & over again and would encourage us to sing along with her. Eventually, we picked it up and were able to sing the whole song together. After that, I was able to win a bunch of the Sword drills we used to have when I was in AWANAs as a kid and I didn’t have to take the time to memorize them for my Bible class at school as I already knew this song. To this day, when I’m looking up a verse, or opening up to a specific passage of scripture in Church or wherever, I still sing this song in my head as I’m turning pages to pinpoint the book. This song has served me well over the years. I would personally recommend burning this song to CD and playing it in your car whenever. Speaking from experience, it’s a real easy way to learn. Thank you Jesus for giving me a mother that took the time to teach me the books of the Bible. I pray this song will help all who listen. Until next time [God willing]. Thanks for listening.
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