Originally Posted by VCURamFan
Well, I'm guess you use 'em all the time, you just never pay attention to 'em!
That being said, I always like the Hebrew method of emphasis: rather than bold/italics/underline something, you repeat it. "Verily, verily, verily I say unto thee...", "Holy, holy, holy is the Lord God Almighty...", etc. So I think that since us southerners add extra negatives into our sentences for emphasis, it doesn't mean we're less educated than the rest of the world, it just means we're closer to God. Can I get an AMEN!!
Hooooly, Hoooooly, holy is the Lord, GOD of power and might, GOD of power and might, Hevn and Earth, arrrre, full of your Glory, Hosana, Hosana, Hosana in the hiiiiiiiiiighest.
Blessed is he, who comes in the name, of the Looooord, Hosana, Hosana, Hosana in the Hiiiiighest
Blessssed is Heeeee who commmmmes in the Nammme of the Loooooooord
I'll sing it to you one day...its a beautiful setting and I have absolutely NO idea whose setting it is, and its not much cop without the organ...but the last line when you drop the octive makes it spine chillllllling