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Audio Messages
Sunday, April 14 2019

Matt 21:1-11; Isa 62:11; Ps 118:26; Lu 2:14; Mk 11:1-11; Gal 5:22-26;

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What was significant on that morning Jesus approached Jerusalem? He gave responsibility to two of His disciples to go into a village and secure a colt (donkey) from someone they didn’t know and tells them to tell the person ‘the Lord has need of them (Matthew 21:1-11). So they placed Jesus on the donkey. People were shouting as if a King was making a triumphal journey back from a great battle just like in the time of King David and Saul when they defeated the Philistine’s and other nations. But somehow this was a little different yet it was prophesied that this wouldhappen in (Isaiah 62:11). How did the people in Jerusalem refer to Him?  We see in Matthew 21:11 that the People refer to Jesus as the Prophet from Nazareth in Galilee. Now to help you understand to be from Galilee meant that you were known by the dialect and tone of speech, Peter was from there and had a radical tone when he spoke. There was a general contempt in the rabbinic circles for all that was Galilean. This gives us a little historical background.

Matt 21:1-11; Isa 62:11; Ps 118:26; Lu 2:14; Mk 11:1-11; Gal 5:22-26;

There is much Historical relevance to Galilean culture and how it has shaped how the book of Ephesians and Galatians were written in the Apostle Paul’s journey to those places teaching the grace message to the early Christians. When we look at Matthew and the crowds around Jesus and the shouting of “hosanna to the Son of David; blessed is He who comes in the Name of the Lord; Hosanna in the highest!; This comes from Psalms 118:26 as well as Luke 2:14 referring to the birth of the Messiah at Bethlehem (meaning house of bread in Hebrew). Jesus and His life are remarkable examples of how God in His infinite wisdom for told the birth and death and resurrection of His only Son. We find in the gospel of Mark a similar rendition of the gospel of Matthew. We also see the turning over of the tables in the temple the cursing of the fig tree. God expects to have fruit from His creation. Galatians 5:22-26 gives us the fruit that God is requiring of us.

After upgrading to new Firmware last week Capture no longer records Main Output on SL 32 III (assignable 1 +2) except for TapeIN.  All other channel are recording to their appropriate Capture channels but not the last 2 (main mix stereo).  I've restarted the board, reset to default settings, restarted computer & capture several times.

Launch Capture and play some audio through say channel 1 and bring it up in the mains. In Capture you will see that the audio is coming in on ch1 but nothing on the Ch33/34. 

Then in the digital patching for "USB Outputs" change the source for Ch37/38 to "Main L and Main R", you will then see the audio being routed into Ch33/34 in Capture.

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