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  1. An American in Jordan » Blog Archive » Vox PopuliOctober 28, 2007 at 7:46 PM

    [...] Jad’s Thoughts [...]

  2. I find the use of technology in spreading the word of GOD very useful.We have been doing so by the use of social networks like Facebook,Twitter etc... I found a new way to spread the Word of God,by the use of smartphone application.Now a days where you can see smartphone in the hand of every human,the use of smartphone for this purpose becomes more effective.The other day i downloaded an application named Bible Verses Wallpaper-Lite for this very purpose.This application puts holy verses on your phone wallpaper. What is more amazing is that the verses keep on changing after some time. In today’s world everyone keeps their phone with themselves every time, so whenever you see your phone you see a verse. This helps in memorizing Bible Verses Also.The application can be downloaded from the link  to your android phone.
    You can send the verse as a message to your friend or post the verse to your friend’s facebook wall and send verse as as SMS to any contact from your contact list.
    What could be more better way to share the Word Of The Lord. God bless us all.


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