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Sound of Majesty is a daily one-hour program that introduces listeners to the grandeur and majesty of sacred music.
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I feel like one writer I just read: not all of us like the current music played in the evenings on MBN instead of your good Sounds of Majesty, which we sure liked. Any way to put it back on the air during the week nights?? Thanks. Art
Sept. 30, 2013, 6:13 a.m. GMT
Greg, we have been listening to your very wonderful music programs now for some years, here in remote Kodiak, Alaska, 99615. Loren Bridges built the first independent Radio station here about 30 years ago, which since has been owned and operated by non-christians. However, Loren helped get MBN s
atellite radio here on FM107.1 also a number of years ago now. A radio broadcaster from Homer, Alaska has taken on the responsibility to maintain our station. We so enjoy hearing your programs, (now only on Sunday nightts--they used to be on nightly through the week, which we greatly miss now), as well as MBN's many good broadcasts 24/7's. Thanks from Arlene and myself, Art Zimmer
Sept. 30, 2013, 2:30 a.m. GMT
This is exactly what is going on in churches everywhere today. People who feel most inspired by the great hymns and sacred music of our faith are being pushed aside and marginalized by those who understand only the "pop" style of music. Most music of that genre will soon be out of style and forgot
ten by the very ones who clamor for it today. The music of the masters, however-Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Brahms, and many many more will last forever. Thanks to Greg Wheatley for all the wonderful music over the years.
Was he the only person on earth that could do a program like Sound of Majesty? Do we really need two more hours of the same kind of music you play the rest of the day?
May 13, 2013, 10:05 p.m. GMT
Please bring back the nightly Sound of Majesty programs. It was such an inspiration to me as Imy last thoughts before retiring for the night. It matters not how many times the programs are repeated. Please return them.
April 8, 2013, 3:55 a.m. GMT
I truly miss the program , Sound of Majesty ! In the eveing , I loved the hour for praise and worship and spiritual meditation . In the past years , I sang with our area choral group at our UW ., we sang many of the spiritual choral works you offer on Sound of Majesty .
March 19, 2013, 1:52 a.m. GMT
I miss this program nightly. No where can you find these good classic hymns on the radio. Can you tell me if you are planning to bring this program back or one similar to it. Not all of us like the music you are now putting on your station.
Feb. 15, 2013, 10:16 p.m. GMT
Greg Wheatley left Moody Radio on June 2012. They had enough archived to make it through the year. Now it is only on Sunday night at 11:00 CT. Got that from the program manager, and it mentions if briefly on the Sound of Majest website, Moody Radio.
Jan. 12, 2013, 2:52 a.m. GMT
I have been listening to The Sound of Majesty on WMBI at 11;00 pm for a number of years. Lately I have not found the 0program and am sincerely distressed over its absence. What has happened to it?
Oct. 24, 2012, 3:20 a.m. GMT
|I listen to Sound of Majesty every Sunday night on KMBI |Moody Radio from Spokane. I live in Southern Alberta, Canada and look forward to hearing your program each and every week. I also listen to it on my iPad.
I love the majesty of the music you have selected and find myself in prayerful wor
ship often during this time.
Thank you for this wonderful program.
Aug. 14, 2012, 6:26 p.m. GMT
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