A House of Prayer Podcast – Episode 1

In this first podcast episode I briefly discuss the meanings of the terms justification and sanctification as they apply to the gospel of Jesus Christ. I present an essay I wrote based around the scripture Moses 6:60: “For by the water ye keep the commandment; by the Spirit ye are justified, and by the blood ye are sanctified.”

This means that I’m announcing a great new feature for my blog. I decided to turn my series of essays into podcasts! That statement should make anyone start to salivate and feel giddy. The essay of this first episode is my can be read here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3. It was originally posted in September 2008.

I’m new to podcasting and don’t have a fancy recording set-up. Please excuse the occasional breathing sounds my microphone picked up. I need to find a mic position that reduces the sounds of me exhaling. Of course, by pointing that out you will all notice my breathing a lot more. 🙂 If this podcast proves to be at least marginally popular, I will consider getting a nicer podcasting set-up.

If you’ve subscribed to my feed, you should receive the audio file automatically. If you have not subscribed to my feed, it’s never too late! You can also click on the following link to download the file (right-click {or option-click on a Mac} to download): A House of Prayer Episode 1

You can subscribe to my podcast in iTunes by following the “Subscribe to Podcast” link under the Advanced menu. Then paste my feed address in the box: http://feeds.feedburner.com/AHouseOfPrayer

You can also now subscribe directly from the iTunes Store by clicking on this link: A House of Prayer podcast (notice: requires and opens iTunes). I hope you subscribe.

Let me know what you think!

Credit: The short music clip I use as an entrance and exit to the show is an arrangement of Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing from the album Reflections of Christ. Visit that link to find out how you can purchase the music (I’m not associated with the artists or music in any way; I just enjoy it).

The podcast album art is an image by Irwin-Scott. Check out his photo stream on Flickr. I thought his photo of the Salt Lake Temple would be a fitting image as a house of prayer. His night-time photo of the illuminated temple surrounded by darkness has a lovely symbolic meaning of the temple as a light on a hill, an ensign to the nations, a lighthouse shining forth in the darkness.

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