Pastor, if you paste that code into the "edit html" field rather than the "compose" field of your "create post" page, you will be able to see the actual wordle in your blog post.
I have been experimenting with this most of the day. It is a great praise song cruncher. Put in Beautiful Savior, or your favorite Psalm, or hymn. Just amazing.
I pasted in a random sermon from Rick Warren. It's kind of like playing "Where's Waldo," with "Gospel-words" in place of Waldo. It's here.Jesus is there, by the way. He's the little tiny word between the "A" and the "TION" in "temptation."
I was informed by mutual friends when I posted some Wordles that this is bad, horrible, no good and nobody should ever use this kind of a tool to evaluate a pastor's preaching or teaching.I still think it is pretty cool!!!
I don't know - I thought it was a cool tool. It would certainly tip a preacher off to too many "I"s and "me"s.
I Wordled a wedding sermon last summer and gave it to the couple
"I was informed by mutual friends..."You guys need new friends.
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