Can you hear me now? – JAM

. You’ve seen the Verizon commercial, “Can you hear me now?” In 2001 Verizon Wireless hired 50 people to travel the country and test the company’s cellular network. They each averaged 100,000 miles a year, heading in every direction, and testing the Verizon network. A year later Verizon hired thirty-four-year-old Paul Marcarelli of New York City to be the “personification” of those 50 testers. He became simply known as the “Test Guy” and in the Verizon commercials you would see him, on his cell phone, in a variety of places and situations testing the network. Of course there is always a connection, and because it is a commercial, it is always ‘good’. But let me tell you of another network where there is always a connection, better than 3G or 4G, and never a dropped call. The apostle John says: “this is the confidence we have in Him, that if we ask anything according to His will, He hears us.” This is Just-a-minute with Ed Boggess

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