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Please note that these are large files and may take a few minutes to download or open.
(c) 2013 In Touch Ministries. The Messenger MP3 audio files may be used freely and shared, but they may not be edited, sold, reproduced into another media (such as print) or distributed commercially. These audio files must be kept in their entirety. Neither the names nor the metadata of these audio files may be changed, nor may the content of the files be altered in any manner that would break the continuity of Dr. Stanley’s sermons. The audio files have been formatted for their intended presentation. In Touch Ministries reserves all rights to these audio files and Dr. Stanley’s teaching, including ownership and distribution rights.
How to download the Messenger files
Before attempting to download the Messenger, please review the manual included with your portable audio player for instructions about how to:
a. Insert batteries.
b. Use the USB plug to connect to your computer.
c. Set up your iPod/MP3 player.
d. Download files from your computer to the iPod/MP3 player.
e. Use the headphones.
f. Navigate the general controls to operate the iPod/MP3 player.
On many computers, clicking on the MP3 file will only play it. Here's how to save the file to your computer so you can burn a CD or transfer it to your portable player.
Windows PC or Linux
Right-click on the link to the MP3 file, and choose the option for saving the link. It will say “Save Target As” or “Save Link As” or “Download Link.”
On most systems, double-clicking the downloaded file will open it and begin playback.
Mac OS X
Hold down the option key and click on the link to the MP3 file. It will download to the Desktop (or other folder if you set one in preferences).
Double-clicking the icon will begin playback and add the track to your iTunes library.
If this does not occur, open iTunes, click File →Add to Library → select the file folder and click Open.