I Hate to Brag


I hate to brag, but…

I’m on a first-name basis with the world’s best-selling author.

Could introduce you to Him, if you like.

About mitchteemley

Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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20 Responses to I Hate to Brag

  1. I hate to brag but I know this author too. Great post 🙂

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  2. Lucie says:

    I, too, know him… 🙂

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  3. theresnoplacelikehome05 says:


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  4. DeniseBalog says:

    He knows my name too! LOVE this!!

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  5. John S says:

    Name dropper..

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  6. me, too! He’s on a first-name basis with me, too. Soooooooo glad and grateful!

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  8. mitchteemley says:

    Reblogged this on Mitch Teemley and commented:

    What better day than today?


  9. Timely, relevant, and factual…I, too, know this best-selling author. 😀 #factsnotalternatefacts

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  10. Grateful that I too know Him. Humbled that He loves me.

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  11. Ray Stiles says:

    but Mitch, an author is narrowly defined as the originator of any written work and can thus also be described as a writer, as I previously commented regarding the “wittiness” to Jesus Christ, (eg, Prince and the Jehovah Witnesses) from what I understand, there were actually no contemporaries that wrote about him until 39 AD.


    • Ray Stiles says:

      Who wrote the Holy Bible?

      Answer: 40 authors wrote the Bible over a period of 1,500 years. These Bible writers wrote as they were inspired by the Holy Spirit (see 2 Timothy 3:16-17). [1] Moses was the first person to write portions of Scripture while John the disciple of Jesus was the last. Other famous people who wrote the Bible include: David, Daniel, Peter, Paul, Jonah, Isaiah, Solomon and David.

      Alphabetical List of Old Testament Authors
      Amos: The book of Amos
      Daniel: The book of Daniel
      David: Psalms (Other authors wrote portions of Psalms as well)
      Ezekiel: The book of Ezekiel
      Ezra: The book of Ezra (Additionally Ezra is thought to have written 1st and 2nd Chronicles and possibly portions of Nehemiah)
      Habakkuk: The book of Habakkuk
      Haggai: The book of Haggai
      Hosea: The book of Hosea
      Isaiah: The book of Isaiah
      Jeremiah: 1st and 2nd Kings, Lamentations, the book of Jeremiah
      Joel: The book of Joel
      Jonah: The book of Jonah
      Joshua: The book of Joshua
      Malachi: The book of Malachi
      Micah: The book of Micah
      Moses: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy (Moses possibly compiled/wrote the book of Job)
      Nahum: The book of Nahum
      Nehemiah: The book of Nehemiah
      Obadiah: The book of Obadiah
      Samuel: (Samuel is believed to have written 1st and 2nd Samuel, Ruth, and Judges)
      Solomon: Ecclesiastes, Proverbs, Song of Solomon (also known as Song of Songs)
      Zechariah: The book of Zechariah
      Zephaniah: The book of Zephaniah

      Alphabetical List of New Testament Authors
      James: The book of James
      John: Gospel of John, 1st John , 2nd John, 3rd John, Revelation
      Jude: Book of Jude
      Luke: Gospel of Luke, Acts of the Apostles
      Mark: Gospel of Mark
      Matthew: Gospel of Matthew
      Paul: Romans, 1st and 2nd Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, 1st and 2nd Thessalonians, 1st and 2nd Timothy, Titus, Philemon (possibly the book of Hebrews)
      Peter: 1st and 2nd Peter


      • Ray Stiles says:

        Although, if Moses was the author or compiler of the events in Genesis then the book was written during his lifetime. Moses lived during a period of time that is known as the Late Bronze Age (about 1550 to 1200 B.C).

        Area Of Dispute

        The exact dates when Moses lived are still a matter of controversy. The reason is that the precise date of the Exodus of the children of Israel from Egypt is still debated. Two different dates, 1445 B.C. or 1290 B.C., are put forward to be the date of the Exodus.

        1445 B.C.

        Those that advocate a 1445 B.C. date do it on the basis of internal evidence from Scripture. 1 Kings 6:1 tells us that Solomon built the Temple in the fourth year of his reign over Israel.

        And it came to pass in the four hundred and eightieth year after the children of Israel had come out of the land of Egypt, in the fourth year of Solomon’s reign over Israel, in the month of Ziv, which is the second month, that he began to build the house of the Lord (1 Kings 6:1).

        The fourth year of Solomon’s reign was about 966 B.C. and 480 years before that would give us the date of approximately 1445 B.C. The wandering in the desert would have taken place during the 40 years after 1445 B.C. The first five books of the Old Testament would have been composed at that time.

        Jepthath’s Testimony

        We also have the testimony of the Judge Jepthah.

        While Israel dwelt in Heshbon and its villages, in Aroer and its villages, and in all the cities along the banks of Arnon, for three hundred years, why did you not recover them within that time? (Judges 11:26).

        The statement that the people had been in the land for three hundred years fits with the date of the Exodus at 1445 B.C. The chronology will not fit with the 1290 date.

        1290 B.C.

        Those who hold the 1290 B.C. date do so without any internal biblical evidence to support their claim. They come up with this date from archaeological evidence that is much in dispute.


        We conclude, therefore that Moses wrote the Book of Genesis since Scripture attributes the writing to him. But we cannot be certain as to the exact time he wrote. The Bible seems to argue for a 1445 B.C. date for the Exodus but there is no way we can be sure on this question.


  12. I want to put a book together with oeveryones story in it ,,

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  13. Wally Fry says:

    I have met Him myself!

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  14. Myth*. says:

    Mitch how wonderful an unique! Your Author friend has been an amazing inspiration in my life! Enjoy your time together! 🙂☀️

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