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Big Max: Embiid Signs $196 Million Extension With 76ers
"I'm going to spend time talking about Joel Embiid. Why Because Joel and eat just got paid. Again. He already has two years. $65 million left on his current contract. He signed a four year $196 million extension. To stick around with the Philadelphia 76 ers. This is a deal. That will take him to 2027. And Joel Embiid is great. 27 years old. Selected number three in 2014. And God has lasted up until this point. He's had problems with
Pentagon Confirms Officer Killed in Attack Outside Building
"Federal investigators are digging into the background of a Georgia man who officials say fatally stabbed the Pentagon police officer to transit station outside the building before being shot and killed. FBI officials have not revealed the motive for why 27 year old Austin lands ambush 37 year old officer Jorge Gonzales out of bus platform
Jeffrey Toobin Returns to CNN After Exposing Himself on Zoom Call
"To the air for the first time in eight months and had to have a pretty painful conversation about why he hasn't been on TV. I feel like we should address. Um what's happened in the months since we've seen you So I guess I'll recap. I'll do the honors. Help yourself. Okay? Um, in October. You were on a zoom call with your colleagues from the New Yorker magazine. Everyone took a break for several minutes, during which time you were caught masturbating. On camera. You were subsequently fired from that job after 27 years of working there. Do I have all that right? You've got it. All right. Sad to say, I think one point I wouldn't exactly say in my defense because nothing is really in my defense. I didn't think I was on the call. I didn't think other people could see me now. That's not a defense. This was deeply moronic and indefensible. But I mean that that is part of that. That is part of the story. Um and you know, I have spent the seven subsequent months miserable months in my life. I can certainly Confess trying to be a better person. I mean in therapy, trying to do some public service working in a food bank, which I certainly I'm going to continue to do, but I am trying to become the kind of person That people can trust again. Uh, You can't watch. Oh, man, I cannot think of anything more awkward to watch than that interview. Give maybe one other
Blair Underwood and Desiree DaCosta Split After 27 Years of Marriage
"One of the longer Hollywood marriages is ending Blair Underwood and his wife are calling it quits after twenty seven years in a joint statement on Instagram the actor and his wife Desiree de Costa say the union has been a beautiful journey they also say the decision to go their separate ways comes after much thought prayer and work on themselves individually and together the couple say they will continue to be the best of friends and will work together to be good parents to their children ages twenty four twenty two and nineteen I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Jeff Bezos to Formally Step Down as Amazon CEO on July 5
"Is stepping down as CEO of the company he founded on July 5th exactly 27 years after he founded the company. Amazon Cloud Computing boss Andy Jassy will become CEO.
Bill, Melinda Gates' split after 27 years of marriage
"Final topic is that one of the people. I follow on twitter posted quote after a great deal of thought a lot of work on our relationship. We have made the decision to end our marriage over the last twenty seven years. We have raged three incredible children and built foundation that works all over the world to enable all people to lead healthy productive lives. We continue to share a belief in that mission and will continue our work together at the foundation. But we no longer believe we can grow together as a couple in this next phase of our lives melinda gates and bill gates and had a a reaction or to wonder about you brian. How did you what what went through your mind when you heard the news. The only point of comparison. I can really think of with. This is two thousand. Nineteen when jeff bezos split from his. Wife mackenzie scott and she immediately started donating to a number of different Philanthropic causes but that couple when they split really didn't have the philanthropic reach that bill and melinda gates do clearly so i think melinda gates from what i understand of that foundation really does get involved with decisions. That are involved. That happened there. And i get the feeling that if she wants to make any changes to what this foundation does. It's going to involve a lot of time in planning but i really think this is one of those stories where it is. Certainly something personal. I'm sorry that it happened. But i also look at this as something that really could affect a lot of things when i think about philanthropy when i think about public policy and how that's by these dollars that's coming in this is potentially something really big. We're talking about here.
Woman's Killing In Puerto Rico Spurs Calls For Government To Act
"In Puerto Rico Women are taking to the streets. Their demand stop killing us. The island is in shock over the murder last week of a pregnant woman whom the FBI says was killed by her lover when a Puerto Rico's star athletes Case has reignited longstanding demands that the government address a crisis of violence against women. NPR's Adrian Florido reports with San Juan and just a warning. Some details in this story are disturbing. The case drew wall to wall media attention from the moment 27 year old case let Rodriguez went missing last week after her family said she was a month pregnant with the child of Philip's better. They hold a star boxer who competed for Puerto Rico at the London Olympics. But he gets his mother told local TV that the box or had wanted her daughter to a board, but her daughter was thrilled with the pregnancy. Well, baby, he can't win on almost every Rodriguez. His body was found in the lagoon on Saturday, and the next day the FBI arrested fairly expected a whole the details of its accusation against him or so troubling. We won't describe them here. The case has reignited the fury, frustration and sorrow felt by women across the island who've spent years demanding their government do more to protect them. Puerto Rico has one of the world's highest per capita rates of women killed by their partners. Over the weekend women marched with the Lakers remedy is his body was found and outside the governor's
Bill Gates and Melinda Gates Are Splitting up After 27 Years
"And melinda gates are splitting up after twenty seven years of marriage. Here's the tweet. I'm just gonna read it directly from melinda french gates. She says after a great deal on twitter of thought in a lot of work on our relationship we have made the decision to end our marriage over the last twenty seven years. We've raised three three incredible children and built a foundation that works all over the world to enable people to lead healthy productive lives. We continue share a belief in that mission and will continue to work Continue our work together at the foundation but we no longer believe that we can grow together as a couple in the next phase of our lives. We ask for space and privacy for our family. As we begin to navigate this new life signed melinda gates and bill gates
Bill and Melinda Gates Announce They Are Getting Divorced
"The couple revealing today they are ending their marriage after 27 years but will continue working together. Rather Seattle based foundation in share is seen its editor at large 1600 staffers in offices around the world and $5 billion annually being given away. It really remade the way that big philanthropy organizations work door Dash is paying to settle claims that
Bill and Melinda Gates Announce They Are Ending Marriage
"Bill and Melinda Gates calling it quits, ending their 27 year marriage, the Microsoft co founder and his wife Who launched the world's largest charitable foundations. They they will continue to work together at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. You can read their statement right now. A w m a l dot
Bill and Melinda Gates Announce Decision to End Marriage
"They're divorcing Microsoft co founder and his wife who launched the world's largest charitable foundation. Saying they will continue to work together at the Bill and Mental Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in identical tweets. They said they had made the decision to end their 27 year marriage, and they asked for space and privacy for their family. Last year, Bill Gates said he was stepping down from Microsoft's board. Focus on philanthropy. It is 5
Morgan Wallen Banned From 2021 Billboard Music Awards
"Star Morgan Wallen is being banned from this year's Billboard Music Awards. Hey, may have six nominations, but Wallen is persona non grata at this year's Billboard Music Awards. Dick Clark Productions said Thursday that Wall in will not take part in the ceremony after he was seen last February. You Seeing a racial slur in a leaked video, the company said. Wallen is a finalist this year based on charting, but that he will not be included on the show in any capacity. The 27 year old stars up for six awards in the country categories, including top artists and top song, He's apologized for using the racial slur and promised to do better. Michael Kastner,
Top French Court Rules Killer of Jewish Woman Cannot Stand Trial
"President Emmanuel Macron is urging a change in French law. That's after a court ruled the man who killed a Jewish woman in 2017 is unfit to stand trial because he acted in delirium due to drug taking. NPR's owner, Beardsley reports is a growing outcry over the ruling among Jewish groups and beyond. 65 year old Sarah Halimi died in 2017 after being pushed out the window of her Paris apartment by her neighbor, a 27 year old from Molly, who shouted Koranic verses and called her a demon. The killing stoked debate over anti Semitism among radicalized Muslim using predominantly immigrant neighborhoods. Hopefully, trial. Ray has been in psychiatric care ever since Now, the court has ruled that trial Ray, a heavy pot smoker, committed the killing after succumbing to a delirious fit and was thus not responsible for his actions do say the ruling sets a dangerous precedent that will undermine the fight against anti Semitism. Lawyers for Holly means families say they intend to refer the case to the European Court of Human
Daughter arrested for fatally shooting her mother, Cleveland police say
"Turns deadly in North East Cleveland Police say a 56 year old woman was shot to death Friday inside her home on Arrowhead Avenue in the North Cohen one neighborhood police would take the woman's 27 year old daughter into custody. I'm Sean Gallagher, keeping
Texas workplace shooting suspect charged with murder
"Bond was set today for Larry Ball in the 27 year old man charged with murder and attempted murder after a workplace shooting in Bryan, Texas, yesterday. That left one dead and several others wounded on the murder charge, Sir. That bond amount is set at $1.2 million on the attempted capital murder that one is a million dollars. Brazos County Judge Celina Vasquez, Texas trooper was also wounded during the pursuit of
Robbery crew wreaks havoc on New York City streets
"Looking for a group of armed robbers who have been terrorizing the upper West side over the last few weeks. In one incident on March 13th, the group of at least three individuals Following a 13 year old boy into the lobby of a residential building on West 77th Street near Amsterdam Avenue before pushing him to the ground and taking his baseball cap. A second incident occurring on March 17th inside Central Park near West 79th Street, where two men were robbed at knife point, with the suspects taking the Citi bikes the victims were riding And on March 30th. It's alleged the group displaying a gun and stealing cell phones from a 14 year old and a 15 year old on Riverside Drive near West 78th Street. And a day later, they allegedly threatened to stab a 27 year old man on West 69th Street near Central Park West before forcibly taking his cell phone and wallet, police releasing surveillance photos of the suspects and ask anyone with information to contact them. One person
Man reported missing from Near North Side Chicago
"WGN News, a 27 year old man reported missing from the near North Side neighborhood. Omar Abdel Hamid was last seen last Sunday is missing from the 1100 block of North Orleans Street that was from a missing persons alert from Chicago police. He's known to frequent the area of the Harold Washington Library, Police said. He was last seen wearing a white coat with brown fur and black pants. He's believed to not have identification might need medical attention. Area Three Detectives are investigating anyone
New York Police Make Arrest Following Assault On Woman Leaving Protest Denouncing Anti-Asian Violence
"Violence protest Sunday, The NYPD charged the 27 year old suspect with assault and criminal mischief as a hate crime. Authorities say he punched the woman in the face twice after stomping on the sign she was carrying. Today is Election Day for two City Council seats in the
"27 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap
"We hit a section like this on day. Fifty three when we wrapped up the book of leviticus and we got another one. Today moses describes how when they entered into the promised land the twelve tribes will divide in half six will climb mount gerizim and the other six will climb out evil while the levi priest declared the curses. We touched on this on day. Seventy four a bit. And i told you we'd revisit it. They're still not in the land so they still haven't done what god is commanding but we're getting more instructions about what will happen when they do get their one of the curses we read in twenty seven fifteen reminds me of judah scary it. It says cursed anyone who takes a bribe to shed innocent blood. All this pertains to someone who's innocent of a particular crime. Christ was innocent of all sin and judas betrayed him for thirty pieces of silver by the way. There's something interesting about the position of these mountains. Bear with me on this. If you're visual hopefully you'll be able to picture it in scripture. The direction east is considered the direction of holiness and it holds a lot of spiritual significance these two mountains. Face each other mount gear. Zima is on the south side and mount. Evil is on the north side. Which means when you're in the promised land facing east the direction of holiness mount guaranteeing would be on your right and now evil would be on your left. The right hand was considered the hand of blessing and the left hand was considered the hand of cursing so their significance even in the positions of these mountains. Nothing is arbitrary. What was your god shot. Today mine was in twenty-six eighteen through nineteen. it says you are a people for his treasured possession. You will set you in praise and fame and honor high above all the nations that he has made he calls israel his treasured possession above all the nations. He's made treasures israel and he possesses israel. He's put his name on them in personality tests. I rank high on independence. And it's one of the word. My friends use most often to describe me but nothing in me balks at this idea of being owned by god. I want him to be possessive of me. It sets my heart at rest to know that my adoption into his family is complete and final. That there is zero chance. I'll be betrayed or disowned instead treasured possessed loved infinitely by an infinitely loveable guide. And he's wear. The joy is the bible recap is brought to you. By deep discipleship and bible study groups that meet in homes and churches around the world each week for more information on d group visit my d group dot org..
"27 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap
"Yesterday closed with a plague and today's opened with god talking to moses and elliot's or the new high priests now that his father aaron has died god tells him to take a census. Why do we need another one of these. Because it's been thirty years since the lessons and there have been a lot of new deaths and a lot of new births. In the meantime they needed the updated numbers since they were about to enter the promised. Land and the leaders also verified that there were no people remaining from the first census other than caleb and joshua and their families. If you remember from numbers fourteen that was one of the prerequisites for entering the promised land. All the old generation had to die off at the end of the census. They confirm this. God tells moses. lea's or how to divide the land. He's giving them. And he says to give larger plots of land to larger tribes and smaller plots of land is smaller tribes and again. He reiterates that the levi's will be given no inheritance of the land because god himself was their inheritance in chapter twenty seven. We hit a unique situation. So loaf ahead had no sons to give inheritance do before he died so his five daughters approach moses and liaison for consideration but before they approached them. They had to argue their case to four other judges. I remember how moses father in law jethro told him to appoint judges over the people to handle things and only the biggest problems at the judges couldn't solve will be brought to moses. That's how these women got there. They make their case and ask for land. Moses takes this request to god and god says there right. He orders moses to give them what would have belonged to their father. Not only that. But god makes this law the request of these five women and their persistence about all showed. They truly believed god when he said he was giving the israelites. The land and they didn't want to be left out then. God pulls moses aside and let him know the news he's about to die just as god promised him. God tells him he'll get to see the promised land from the top the mountain where he'll die. God will reveal the promise fulfilled but moses won't get to enter it. Don't feel sorry for him though. I'm pretty sure he won't be missing where he's headed. Then despite how horrible. These people have been to moses over the past forty years he pleads with god to appoint a new leader for them so they won't be like sheep without a shepherd god commands moses commission joshua his assistant for this role and in front of liaison the new high priest moses lays his hands on joshua and establishes him as his successor. Where did you see. God's character what we read today. What was your god shot for me. It was in god's response to the five daughters of zillow ahead. we've seen a lot of compassion and generosity on his part. But i also think there's something very reasonable about this. Was this compassionate and generous absolutely but it was also reasonable. I'm occasionally accused of being too. Rational subtracting emotions from decision making processes and while. I'm learning to move more toward the middle. Where i can incorporate both logic and emotion i find it really comforting are gods strikes the perfect balance of both. I want to get to that place and the spirit serves as a guide for me. Yes. of course he's where the truth is barely but also he's where the joy is one of the things we see in scripture from genesis to revelation is the theme of idolatry and how it distracts our heart from engaging with god at a deeper level idolatry doesn't just refer to statues ezekiel teen tells us we can take idols into our hearts so we built out a pdf with more on how to identify idolatry in your own heart than with love to share that with you if you wanna get his four free. All you have.
"27 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap
"Days. Into god's conversation with moses on mount sinai during visit two point. Oh and today we wrap up this book and this conversation some of you are very excited to move into a new book and others of you know that our next book is numbers and that does not make you excited. But i'm here to tell you that numbers is one of my favorite books of the bible. We're about to enter some of my favorite passages in all scripture. We do have to go through a few census details before we get to those parts. But it will all be worth it. I promise as god wraps up this covenant conversation with moses. He does something. That's pretty standard. For covenant agreement. He sets out the expectations for blessings and curses based on whether the cabinet is kept or broken. This was how most evidence in that day were written giving all these footnotes at the end. In god's words here we see that faithfulness to him is a big deal. If israel remains faithful to his laws and keep sabbath. He will bless them in obvious ways. Peace an abundance insecurity and even though they'll still have enemies they'll have victory over them but if they don't stay faithful to him he outlines five phases of curses. That will follow their rebellion. If at any point they repent he won't execute the next phase these phases increase in intensity as they progress with the final phase being exile and scattering from the landi promised to give them. There are a lot of other terrible things that come along with this. Two hearts full of fear and paranoia defeat at the hands of foreign armies a lack of food so pronounced that it leads to cannibalism and got says he will make their heaven's like iron and earth like bronze which is to say. The sky won't rain and the ground will be too hard to plant or grow food and it's in that setting that most of them will die never returning from exile and as a result of their sins their children would be raised up in exile in the lands of foreign enemies just like they had been if they do break the cabinet and these curses do come. It's clear that all these things are intended by god to wake them up and prompt repentance in them to repent means to turn away from their sins and toward god discipline is what god is working out here not punishment we see that in twenty six eighteen and twenty three discipline is the act of any loving father whose child is walking in rebellion. If this weren't discipline if it were a casting off of these people altogether god wouldn't be outlining their chance for penitence and redemption in chapter twenty six. Y'all way makes his vows to the people and in chapter twenty seven. We see details of the people's vows to him. There was a lot of context for this. So let me explain briefly. People were either supposed to serve in the sanctuary or make financial vow if you were leave right. You served that if you weren't you weren't allowed to serve. So you paid the vow. This ensured that everyone had an investment in supporting the work of the sanctuary. No one was allowed to just sit the bench everybody participated. The values are adjusted based on what that person would likely be expected to contribute. As far as physical labor is concerned in this section. I loved seeing god's detailed care for his people in verse eight. We see how god handles those who are too poor to pay the vow. He says the priests shall value him. According to what the vour can afford. And those who were of greater means would sometimes vow their animals or houses or land to god as well if they gave land though it reverted to the original owner in the year of jubilee. That's one interesting thing about the transactions involving the land. God gave him. It was less like selling and more like a lease that ended in the jubilee year. The people weren't allowed to exchange land long-term it always reverted back to this specific person or family or tribe. God gave it to originally. He makes the determination of who gets what land and they can't amend his decision but just a reminder that they don't actually have this land yet they don't have these homes that they might hypothetically donate this guy just telling them in advance how to plan for what he will do for them. They're still in the wilderness. Today we also see the word tied show up for the first time in scripture. This was a donation of one tenth of their income to the sanctuary. Even if that income was in the form of food or animals the word tie literally means one tenth and it served to provide for the levis and the maintenance of the sanctuary since they were doing the hard work of helping people draw near to god. What was your god shop for today. Mine was at the end of chapter twenty six and he was telling them how he would respond if they broke the covenant and then repented that was not a standard part of ancient kevin. It's a broken kevin. It usually meant a finished cabinet. But god wasn't letting go providing an opportunity for them to turn back was next level mercy instead of the normal treatment what we see god saying is that even in rebellion if they humbled themselves in repent he will forgive in twenty six forty four through forty five. God says he will not break his covenant with them he will remember it to be their god god keeps leaving the light on for them even in this covenant agreement. It's like he saying if you fail to keep up your into the deal. There will be consequences but the aim of these consequences is to turn your heart back to me and when you do turn back i will love you. Know less your faithlessness will be met with my faithfulness. Maybe you know someone who used to walk with god at his turned away and now they seem to be too far. Gone with our god. It's not possible to be too far gone. you never know. Maybe he'll use a tough situation to hambledon. Or maybe he'll just show them. There's no flourishing and thriving to be found in the things they're chasing whatever means he may or may not use we can pray. He changes their hearts to see that. He's where the joyous.
"27 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap
"If you're a fan of home renovation shows or you're really into architecture construction. Today's reading should have been right up your alley. It included all kinds of furniture and construction details here. We have a bunch of former slaves. Living in the middle of the desert and god wants them to build a portable tabernacle where he can dwell with them in the midst of the wilderness. He calls on them. To use all kinds of precious metals and fabrics for this tabernacle. Where would they get this stuff. They got it from plundering the egyptians those things that god bless them with are used for his glory. It wasn't just about them. Having nice things. Those blessings didn't terminate on them. They served a much bigger purpose when reading through all this information. I'm sure some of you were like this is boring. Why does it have to be so detailed but then some of you are probably like. I wish god were this detailed with me about what i'm supposed to do. Or maybe some of the even have both of those thoughts hang in there. Through these details be encouraged. Our god is a god of detail. You want him to be that way. Let's touch on a few of the noteworthy things we saw today. I the metals used in the construction get more precious the closer you get to the holy of holies where god will dwell. There's gold inside silver. Outside than bronze the furthest out second highlight a few things about the ark of the covenant or the arc of the testimony. In case you like visual details like i do. It was almost four feet long a little more than two feet wide and a little more than two feet high. Humans were not supposed to touch this. At all after it was constructed when they had to relocate the tabernacle as they moved around the wilderness they were supposed to carry it with the gold covered wooden polls the reminescent of how they weren't allowed to touch the mountain because of the presence of the power of god third in twenty five eighteen. We see that the lid of the ark of the cabinet which is called the mercy seat has cherub him. That's the plural of cherub on it. If you've seen a picture of a cherub you've probably seen a naked baby with wings as always forget what you know. From renaissance art and precious moments figurines. We talked about chair bam not long ago. They're one of the various types of angelic beings. God created this type is not a messenger. Angel like the ones that show up as humans from the various descriptions of them that we see throughout scripture. We see that they have four wings. Covered in is they likely have the form and body of a man but they have four faces. They most often appear as guardians of holy places like the garden of eden for instance and their images also appear in the tabernacle and on the ark of the covenant. If you're a guardian of a holy place it's good to have four faces so you can be watching in every direction at all times the mercy it has to chairman position on opposite ends. The mercy seat is made of pure gold. This was god's resting place. It was essentially gods on earth in exodus. Twenty five twenty two. God says there. I will meet with you. The word used for meat here means betrothed. There i will betrothed you to me and the word mercy seat is related to the word that means to make atonement. There's a lot happening in the language here. This ark of the covenant with the mercy seat on top. It's an important item. And not just because there's an indiana jones movie about it one interesting parallel with what we see in the mercy seat. Descriptions is that it's really similar to what we see the angels doing when they appear in jesus to after his resurrection in john. Two thousand twelve. They were positioned in the same way at opposite ends of jesus burial spot finally wanna point out the golden lamp. Stand if you're familiar at all with jewish culture you may recognize this as a minora. Which is the hebrew word for lamb. Stand since it's a symbol of presence. It eventually became something. Jewish people kept in their homes as a reminder of this the standard nora has six branches and seven lamps but they're also special types of minorities used during the celebration of hannukah does have nine branches and are called. Haneke's we're gonna be reading a bit more about the tabernacle and some of its elements here and there over the course of the next few days. So if you're visual and you want to see a rendering of what this may have looked like. We've got a video for you today. Show notes if you don't know how to find the notes on your particular app platform. Try googling it varies from app. To app this video shows the potential lay out of the courtyard tabernacle and interior as well as the seven pieces of furniture inside. So go to the show notes and get your hgtv on tomorrow. We'll have something for those of you. Who are more into project runway. Then fixer upper. What was your god shot today. The thing that stood out to me most apart from his attention to detail is just the beauty of the fact that he wants to dwell with his people. These are the people who have sinned against him doubted him and keep forgetting all. He's done for them yet. He wants to be near them. Always this is huge and yes. There's a lot of detail in the section where reading right now but one thing you might have noticed. is that a lot of the layout of the tabernacle parallels what we saw in eden. An east facing entrance guarded by a chair. Bam the burning lamp stands symbolizes the tree of life and the law or the testimony symbolizes the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. So when god begins telling them all these details and tells them he'll come there to dwell with them. It's a step toward restoring paradise and all that was lost. In the garden of eden we won't see the fulfillment of this until christ returns and we have a new heaven and a new earth but here in exodus see advancement in that direction to dwell with his people forever. And i can't think of anything better because he's where the joy is. The trinity is one of the most foundational truths of our faith. It can be really confusing though if we aren't careful. We ended up putting the three persons of the trinity in a blender and mixing them all together as though they're the same ball. God the father. God the son and god the spirit are one and they are unified in their will and purpose. They're also distinct in their roles. We built out a pdf at talks more about the roles of the persons of the trinity using examples scriptures. And we'd love to share that with you if you want to get this..
"27 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap
"Today, we read prophecies against lots of the enemies of God's people, their pagan nations who like God's people have also been acting wickedly I up in chapter twenty five are the ammonites and God's main beef with them is they're schadenfreude. If you're not familiar with that weird sounding word, it just means they find pleasure in someone else's struggle if you really WanNa, simplify it shot in Florida is the reason we? Laugh at videos of people slipping on ice but for the AMMONITES, it was far more sinister. They loved watching the temple be defiled the land be destroyed and the people of Judah became an exiled. They literally celebrated death and destruction. We know from yesterday that the exiles of Judah weren't allowed to mourn the destruction of Jerusalem since after all they were responsible for it but that's a far cry from celebrating it. God says, he will send people from the East to destroy the AMMONITES and we already know from prior prophecies in chapter, twenty, one that those people from the east are the Babylonians. is where the Babylonians take these second fork in the road after having destroyed Jerusalem I. Next. Step our MOAB and seer. But probably, just Moab there might be a note in your Bible that the word sear doesn't appear in a lot of the ancient texts. So we'll just deal with MOAB here. The. Moa Bites are distant relatives of the Israelites but they're sin that they didn't acknowledge. Israel's unique relationship with y'all way they regarded them as indistinct from the Pagan nations. Then, God moves onto them they acted with vengeance and cruelty toward Judah. So in this particular Oracle God says, he will use Israel to punish Eden. In response Israel will be the tool God uses to demonstrate his wrath and anger. FELICIA had the same sin as Adam but God doesn't specify who their attackers will be just promises that justice will be served. In chapter, Twenty six God brings a harsh word to tyra little refresher on who they are. They're a major shipping port located north of Israel and the main part of the city of Tyre is actually an island they are wealthy, and because of their trade, they have relationships with all the powerful nations of the day and for a long time the kings of Israel had an amicable relationship with the king of Tara. He even supplied the Cedar David Built his palace and for Solomon's build the temple but things went wrong with tyra over the years and when Jerusalem Falls Tara Thinks Judas demise will result in their advancement. They don't care what's been lost. They only care that they will benefit from it. Is. Zeki says God will send a Babylonians to attack tire and destroy it. One of the problems that probably won't be resolved in this seven minute podcast is that things went somewhat differently than Ezekiel prophesied, the Babylonians did lay siege to Tara for thirteen years, but it didn't completely fall until later when it was attacked by the Greeks, there are a handful of ways commentators respond to this some don't address it at all because they think it's a non issue. Some say that Ezekiel was primarily using hyperbolic. And metaphorical language here. So there's a little bit of flexibility on what would shakeout because it isn't intended to be read with such literal detail and that's definitely a possibility and if you wonder what I mean by hyperbolic language, here's an example Ezekiel says, Babylon would build a siege mound against tyra knowing full well, that it's an island, you can't build a siege mound against an island. So this seems to be intentionally puffed up language. Say there was no timeline given on when this prophecy will be fulfilled. So the Greek suffices there are a few other viewpoints and options, but here's why I'm not concerned about reconciling it. Ezekiel all himself acknowledges all this later in Chapter Twenty, nine verse eighteen. So if he's not losing sleep over it, even knowing that false prophets get the death penalty than I'm not either and we already know that prophecies are almost always fulfilled in ways that don't seem initially obvious metaphors and imagery set us up to understand it one way. But then in hindsight we say, Oh, that's what that meant. It's so obvious now. So I trust that God did what he intended from the start even if it doesn't literally happen the way, it's metaphorically written. The final chapter of today's reading is a lament for Tara and it demonstrates at length how wealthy the city is there massively influential on an international scale and that's not always a good thing. Sure. They traded clothes and silver and honey and wheat, but they also traded ivory and human beings, and even this lament records the people of tires as being arrogant. Today amidst all this destruction, my God shot was his protective nature throughout all these prophecies. It's evident that God is against the people who are against God's people even after all Israel has done to betray him and break his heart. He still committed to working justice toward their enemies. God's protective nature and his promise of justice is good news for us because it means, we don't have to take things into our own hands. We can trust him to mete out justice even more precisely than we ever could and in his perfect timing. I can lay down my weapons even if they're just words and I can lay down my bitterness because it says I, don't trust him and I can lay down. My will knowing his is better anyway. He is my defender and he's wear the joy is. 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"And. The beautiful picture of God's enemies, being defeated in his wrath, being done away with forever is only interrupted by one peculiar little section at the beginning of Chapter Twenty seven. It says God will punish Leviathan, and slay a sea serpent a lot of times when we were reading prophetic imagery, especially apocalyptic prophetic imagery, we will be dealing with metaphors. So this is probably not a reference to the actual honest monster or his cousin and I'm sorry if that's disappointing to any of you. Most likely, it's a reference to any of the number of chaotic. God's enemies take on more specifically the great serpent, the sit-on, or as we call him Satan. So in the Great Day of the Lord, this broken earth will be. New, the enemy of our souls will be defeated, and we will live and these on earth with God in the hills of Mount Zion in Jerusalem where the humidity is very low. That sounds pretty amazing. I can't wait to taste the pita bread. My God shot was in twenty. Six twelve, it says Oh, Lord, you will ordain piece for us for you have indeed done for us all our works. We see this theme repeated in the New Testament a few times as well burst cheeses speaks it on the cross just before he dies when he says it is finished. He has done all our works for us. It's and John Nineteen God. The Son has fulfilled all the fathers requirements to cover our sin debt. And as if that weren't enough, he doesn't stop there God. The spirit is equipping and enabling us to fulfill God's specific plans for us in our lives. Philippians, one six, says he who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Christ Jesus he initiated it, he sustaining it, and he will fulfill it. And Philippians two thirteen does it is God who works in you both to will and to work for his good pleasure. God is at work in you. He's creating both the desire in you and the actions through you that. Please him. I'll admit it's humbling that I don't get to take credit for any good fruit, my life bears, but it sure does make me grateful the way he continues to work in and through me. As A and nailed it. You have indeed done for us all our works. He does the doing, and he's.
"27 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap
"Hey, Bible readers. I'm barely hobble and I'm your host for the Bible Recap. Tomorrow Marks Day two hundred and our reading plan. Can you believe it? And today we wrapped up the fifteen chapters that cover the judgment of the whole world who? The last batch of judgement for foreign nations begins with Tyre and Sidon to Venetian cities that specialize in international trade. There the cities of shipping magnates and they've got ports of trade built up all around the region. Business is good, so they're wealthy, influential, popular, and most of all prideful, their line of work really means they need things to go well with the water, so they worship a guide named Yam not the god of Sweet Potato Fries, but the god of the sea. Their pride is a call for judgment on them. So Ya sets out to show his power over there Yam God the ports they trade with mourn over there downfall and wonder who could have pulled off an upset like this over such great cities. But as bad as things were y'all way ticket, really easy on them actually tires destroyed, but eventually restored. The closing sentences on Chapter Twenty. Three can be really challenging to interpret, but it seems like the hearts of tyrod don't actually turn to God, but he still uses their business savvy to bless his people. We wrap up the judgment of individual nations, but we do not get a breather on the contrary chapter twenty four goes all in with the judgment of the hauler. It covers a range of time from destruction to restoration. It's a passage, but even it is not without hope. And as people who trust God's goodness and sovereignty texts like this when we view them rightly can have the effect of sobering us without frightening us. y'All we can be trusted with these things. He has a perfect track record. Isaiah talks about the coming day of cosmic judgment, and no one will be exempt power and money can't protect anyone from it. So what happened to prompt all this? God says that the whole Earth has broken a.
"27 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap
"Back in I Samuel today and the last thing happened in this story line was David spared. Saul's life then solid knowledge that David to be the next king so the timing is right for Samuel to die. Which is how are reading opens. Today then we to David and his people who had protected a rich man's flocks while he was out of town the rich. Man's name isn't a ball which means foolish they've done to Bala Service so Davidson to ask the ball for provision so they can keep the feast but he refuses and even insults David so they decide to attack the state and take what he refuses to give. David makes a vow to kill all the males in the balls household. It's interesting to see how differently David response here than how he was responding to Saul in the past. One of Nepal servants takes word of all of this bacterium balls wife. Abigail letting her know how honorable and helpful. David and his men have been to them. The Servant knows his life is at stake but he can't appeal to Nepal because he's an unreasonable man so he goes to Abigail instead. She gets some food and wine together. A lot of it like she clears the aisles at the Israeli Costco and takes it to David without mentioning it to her husband and she has a beautiful when she drops off all the shopping carts. She humbles herself before him and accepts the blame for everything that has gone wrong. Even though it's not our fault this helps to defuse David anger. Then she reasons with him and wishes him well. She also seems to indicate that she knows both David's past and future unlike Nepal. Who Insulted David? She seems to know that he killed Goliath with a slingshot because she references it and she seems to know that he'll be the next king of Israel but she seems to really believe in him as well and it calms David Down. He relents. This means. He's breaking his vow to God. But we've learned by now that it's better to break a vow than to take a life. David realizes what a blessing she's been to him and that God sent her at just the right time before he killed a bunch of innocent men in an act of Revenge Abigail tells Nepal about it the next day and he has some sort of physical response a heart attack or a stroke or coma then God kills him ten days later. David goes back to get her and marries her and she continues to show him respect. She's leaving her wealthy estate behind Mary. A man who moves around in the desert. I know he's David but at the time. This was not a lifestyle upgrade. It was certainly a personality upgrade though quick sidebar at some point prior to this David's first marriage to Saul's daughter McCall had ended without his consent Saul gave her to another man after he felt. David betrayed him. But we'll find out later that David was not okay with that. David had also married a woman named Hannam cut to David Ziff. Again and the ZIP fights are tattle tailing on him to Saul just like they did in chapter twenty three. Despite the great conversation David had with Saul outside. The cave bathroom Saul goes back with army of thousands to hunt David again. David and one of his men. Abaci sneak into their camp at night while they're sleeping just like the men had done in the cave. Abishai encourages David to kill Saul Ben and they're quick and easy but David refuses to do God's job for him instead he takes Saul Spear and Water Jar and leaves once he gets a safe distance away. David calls out to them to make his point and he drives the point home by saying look if God is the one who sent you here. I received this. But if you're here because of the words of men or the fear of man the knock it off. Those men are cursed and they even said I should worship other gods besides the alway that's bonkers then saw gets it again. David gives him his stuff back. Saul blesses him and they go their separate ways but all this has made David wonder if there will ever be a day when he doesn't have to run from Saul the last ten they talked. He thought all that was finally over but then it came unhinged again. Maybe you've been there. Prolonged trials will always lead to despair and sin. If we fail to trust guide. And that's the Path David heads down. He begins to think. Saul will be victorious. The only solution he can think of is to leave Israel and go back to Olympia for asylum again. The last time he was there things didn't go so well and he had to act like he was insane but this time he brings an army with him and Akishino Welcomes Them. Saul does finally stopped hunting for him at this point so David Asks for some land to live and and turns his attention elsewhere attacking the cities in the area. This goes on for sixteen months with him. Rating little towns on the edge of Olympia. Just like the Israelites. Should've done a long time ago. David is making strides to fulfill God's command but instead of slaughtering the spoils like he's supposed to he brings them back to acreage that lies to him about where they came from. He's pretending his raids on Israel to earn the trust of A-cash but he's doing it through lies. I know this is a holy war but I'm having a hard time with this David. It's not a good look. Today's guide shot for me. Was how God worked Abigail. He granted her wisdom to know how to de Escalate. A situation that was about to get out of control that takes real trust in God to enter into chaos and create peace scripture marks are someone with discernment which has God given so far in scripture. The only other person who has been referred to as discerning is Joseph and God used him in much the same way entering into chaos and bringing peace proverbs. Sixteen twenty one says. The wise of heart is called. Discerning and sweetness of speech increases persuasiveness discernment seems to be adjacent to peacemaking. The wise and heart also know that joy isn't found in getting our own way it's about yielding to his way because he's wear the joy is we've been at this one hundred and seven days if you're not following us on social jet what are you waiting for. We're the Bible recap everywhere and if you WanNa follow me too. I love that. I'm Tara Lee cobble that's T. A. R. A. L. E. I G. H. C. O. B. And if he didn't get a chance to write that down. Because you're driving. You can find me at the Bible recap as well which you can hopefully spell since it's on your screen right now and you can find direct links in the show notes each day on our socials we post encouraging things from that day's content and we can help you fill your feed with the good stuff so follow us today. 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"Hey Bible readers. I'm barely hobble. And I'm your host for the Bible Recap today. As we continue Moses final speech we encountered a wide variety of laws and the first thing we encountered was a law about divorce in fact. It's the only law about divorce in the Old Testament and it's very specific. We have to look at the cultural practices of the day to see what this laws about an even still it's not entirely clear. Some believe that this practice protects the first husband from an adulterous wife while others believe it protects the wife from a greedy husband. The first husband is the one who gets the bride's dowry then she would have inherited her second husband's property when he died so this law prevents the first husband from exploiting her for his own financial gain either way. This law serves as a means of protection in twenty four seven. We see again that God is protective of all human life and he disapproves of slavery as we know it kidnapping is forbidden and is punished by the death penalty. It's considered theft but it's punished by a greater consequence than theft of anything else. For obvious reasons. We also saw lots of measures to protect the poor. These were laws instructing people to give back the coat of a poor person if they'd offered as collateral. Because that's how they stayed warm at night. It also instructs them to not take a poor person's millstone as collateral because millstones are used to grind food so that would mean they wouldn't have any way to eat God also commanded that they pay their poor servants win. They needed it which usually means the same day. They do their work. Because they don't have any savings up to live on and he the Israelites to remember those who are landless and to remember that they were once landless people in Egypt. Those who don't own land are the most vulnerable and usually the poorest. We talked recently about how the rabbis would aim to protect against breaking the law by building a fence around it. There's a law in twenty five three. That provides a great example of Vince building. Looks like and how it evolved over time. This verse limits punishment of a guilty man to forty lashes but later the Jews reduced it to thirty nine lashes just in case someone miscounted. This helped make sure they didn't accidentally give a man forty-one lashes and break the law so the law given by God is forty lashes but the law as amended by the rabbis was thirty nine lashes by the way in. Second Corinthians Eleven twenty four. Paul says he endured this beating of thirty nine lashes five times. The law mentioned in twenty five five through ten may have reminded you of a woman named Tamyra. We read about her engine assists. Thirty eight when tamers husband died. She married his brother then when he died. She was supposed to Maria's other brother. But Judah her father-in-law held out on her the law. We read about today pertains to something called Leverett marriage. The word Leverett looks like the word Levite but it's actually from the Hebrew word Levin which means brother-in-law since it refers to marrying into the same family. This law has a lot of moving parts to consider keeping the allotment of land and inheritance protection for marrying outsiders and it aims to provide for women like Tae Mar while also protecting them. From marrying an unwilling. Man Who would likely mistreat them by the way. This is also a lot. Like what happens. In the Kinsman Redeemer Situation Between Boaz and Ruth and the book of Ruth and this is actually our second nod to ruth and Boaz today the first was in twenty four nineteen th through twelve which includes the lower their commanded to leave some of their harvest binds of the poor can go in and reap. That's what Ruth was doing in Boaz's field when they met if you're not familiar with the story of Ruth and Boaz don't worry we'll be there soon and reading all these details in advance. We'll have you really well prepped. And we do get while. Leverett marriage served to protect a woman and her potential offspring the very specific law immediately after it in twenty five eleven to twelve served to protect a man and his potential offspring. One part of today's reading. That intrigues me is twenty five. Nineteen where God tells the Israelites to never forget what happened between them and the AMALAKITES. This is not a forgiven. Forget situation in part because AAH Malik was unrepentant if Emelec had turned and been like no. You're right Galway is the one true God and we were wrong to go against his people. Then things likely would have been different. But they didn't repent they're bent on destroying Israel and God gives Israel to interesting seemingly contrasting commands in response to this. He says never forget and then he says blocked out the memory of them under heaven and from what we see eventually unfolding in scripture both of these oddly juxtaposed things happen. I. We haven't forgotten them. We're still talking about them today. But second they no longer exist so in that way they've been blotted out finally remember how it was standard to have a blessing and cursing section with a Covenant Agreement blessings for keeping the covenant and Curses for breaking it. We hit a section like this on day. Fifty three when we wrapped up the book of Leviticus. And we've got another one here today. Moses describes how when they entered into the Promised Land The twelve tribes will divide in half six will climb Mount Gerizim and the other six will climb out evil while Levi priests declared the curses. We touched on this on day. Seventy four a bit and I told you we'd revisit it. They're still not in the land so they still haven't done what God is commanding but we're getting more instructions about what will happen when they do get their one of the curses we read and twenty seven fifteen reminds me of Judah scary it. It says cursed anyone who takes the bribe to shed innocent blood. All this pertains to someone who's innocent of a particular crime. Christ was innocent of all sin and Judas betrayed him for thirty pieces of silver by the way. There's something interesting about the position of these mountains. Bear with me on this. If your visual hopefully you'll be able to picture it in scripture. The Direction East is considered the direction of holiness and it holds a lot of spiritual significance these two mountains face. Each Other. Mount gear is on the south side and mount. Evil is on the north side. Which means when you're in the promised land facing east the direction of holiness Mount Kerosene would be on your right and Mount Evil would be on your left. The right hand was considered the hand of blessing and the left hand was considered the hand of cursing so their significance even in the positions of these mountains. Nothing is arbitrary. What was your God shot? Today mine was in twenty-six Eighteenth nineteen it says you are a people for his treasured possession. He will set you in praise and fame and an honor high above all the nations that he has made he calls Israel his treasured possession above all the nations. He's made he treasures Israel and he possesses Israel. He's put his name on them in personality. Tests I rank high on independence. And it's one of the word. My friends used most often to describe me but nothing in me balks at this idea of being owned by God. I want him to be possessive of me. It sets my heart at rest to know that my adoption into his family is complete and final. That there is zero chance. I'll be betrayed or disowned instead treasured possessed loved infinitely by an infinitely loveable guide. And He's where the joy is reading the Bible. Every day is hard. Sometimes but here you are more than twenty.
"27 years" Discussed on FashionTalks
"27 years" Discussed on FashionTalks
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"27 years" Discussed on FashionTalks
"Big blow. That looked like it was made a paper or something and she was of course sitting in in front of me and it was like okay and I realized you know what that was the moment fat and please. I didn't begrudge. I thought it was great. I thought it was okay. Here's the next big thing. Whatever fashion the way I knew it was over that that was that was like the beginning at the end for sure and I remember even afterwards and I introduced her to car a log? She was there with her. Dad was lovely guy and I was standing there and she came over and I introduced Carl to her. And Carl is not always about the new in the next and youth and generally love loves young people and Carl was very gracious to me. Of course I even have a piece of tape tape calling. It wasn't piece of tape at the time of digital recording exists. Somewhere of Carl. Carl I entirely together and I really felt it was kind of passing the torch and then the next season he's into really drive me crazy. My beloved producer. Jay Levine decided that he would have tovey guest reporter covering the New York shows news and I will never forget the day that I had to literally pass the torch to Tommy and there. It was with this microphone that I had worked like the dicken's to to really symbolize all the fighting that I had done to all the elbowing way into places and all the relentless that tenacity that it required to hang in there to hang in the trenches covering fashion in that way is not.
"27 years" Discussed on FashionTalks
"Hanging out with rockstars Madonna started hanging out with Joe Hogue. OJ And for Saatchi. Jay was hanging out with Elton John. And all of a sudden there is a synergy between the music and the fashion scene and media of course was exploding on things like MTV beauty tv so of course designers really started to become these great iconic celebrities and and and bottles to win the Super Bowl freedom. Ninety nine verse CI show. It was George Michael's connick video obviously and Linda Naomi Cindy Christy taint and then Carleen. Alec I mean you saw the role of the model become a Rockstar. Just like the diner in the mall sort of got too big for their bridges and nobody felt like paying me exorbitant fees that they were charging and then people realize it should be really eh about the close not about the model so much us then that change. I mean we still have the Kylie Jenner's Great Rica gerbers great models around that are superstars in their own right but not the way it was. I mean those gals really took it to a place that was incredible and I it will be no more. I don't WanNa get too nostalgic but you can't help it. Those were really great days when I started to realize the possibilities. The Great Fashion Photographers of the era. Of course there are still great creative people around doing fashion photography and and obviously designing modeling. But not like you know those originals. Pretty pretty pure. I loved a quote that the young young Tabby Graviton said where she was talking about.
"27 years" Discussed on FashionTalks
"Designers and they don't want talking heads. We don't want interviews with designers. Here's we just want it to be sexy and a lot of movement and I said okay. Whatever let's just please give me a chance? And they did for some reason. Can you paint us a bit. The landscape was like for fashion media. Then because it was very print heavy esoteric and where hemlines and. What's the Pan tone and it was almost kind kind of intimidating really and unless you really followed the fashion world a lot of the fashion commentary would read in? The newspaper. Didn't really make sense. I mean the Toronto Star is to have the women's section and they had fashioned columns in there maybe talking about the silhouettes and the cuts in the hemlines. And that kind of thing. It wasn't isn't covered in a pop kind of way at that. Fashion had become such a vital part of our popular culture and nobody was really talking about in a fun. Upbeat user friendly way so unless you were a real follower of fashion. You're almost intimidated to go up. And when you pick up a copy of the magazine and read about it so this show enabled us to bring fashion right into people's homes on a weekly basis. We could bring bring them up to date on what was happening but we weren't covering it as fashion journalist. Because as I say I was an entertainment reporter and I was more into the personality analogy than the vibe of the scene. The big crazy sexy visuals of a runway. Of course we're magical because that to me is great theater and I had also come from a background in theatre really appreciated in that way so I would hope to think that in a sense. We help democratize his fashion for people I think so I mean I remember being so excited just seeing this whole new world open up before is like we. Can we all kind of think knew about fashion. That here was behind the scenes in the Italian as scrappy by very MTV style. How big was your crew like it was was it? You and a cameraman. Was it the cameraman. I mean in later years when the.
"27 years" Discussed on FashionTalks
"Robertson. I now John Roberts. He's very serious. We got got the chance to do this. Amazing show. Thanks to the brilliant John Martin who started it and that was flying by the seat of our pants. Because we didn't really know what we were doing and dealing with those egos and those icons and just the whole vibe of the scene was so smash grab in your face was rock and roll. What a perfect training ground for? What I was about to do six years later was six years? That's right because we started seventy nine nine hundred eighty five. We're also was there to go. I thought you know by interview Rod Stewart wants more. I'M GONNA lose it. It's time to how adding again mind so much but it started doing this music. I should say fashion magazine. Show much the same way that we did the music magazine. That wasn't the original thought for fashion. Television Jay Levine. Brilliant young commercial producer. You're at city TV at the time. Wanted to do fashion video. Show where he'd have some gorgeous hot model introducing the latest his fashion videos because the industry thought that maybe fashion videos could do for the fashion industry. What music videos did for the music industry so a few designers news? We're producing these little fashion videos at the time. Well An F. T. started as an hour long show before its ground specials not realizing realizing that it was gonna go into a weekly half hour series. What did you think when I was at Moses who approached you said hey misty music you're gonna be on God God? I Love Moses number two bids but he never approached me to do the show at all. I basically banged down. The doors of the management tags flirts found out that they were thinking of doing a show about fashion. I said Hey pick me..
"27 years" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents
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"27 years" Discussed on Happy Hour: A Shot of Conversation
"In my lifetime it 27 years old i already have more mass shooting events in my head that i should have at that young age rate and i think the sat parties my bring was there before it is even even happen when i go to the movies now i think about abboud the movie she's gonna go to church i think it literally in it is really sad i say it out loud because go frustrated this happy comeback think about but everywhere i go on thinking this could be in you have people in overseas where they're getting mowed down by truck like it i think the the main thing is in with this because you talked about how you show that article two that person they were essentially woken operate i feel like now we'd acknowldeged on this show outside of this show in general to our peers that if you don't know about certain things nowadays you're choosing the be ignorant in i don't i don't mean to say in a harsh way but on the road you're choosing to be ignorant so mm i get my thing is it if you if you don't want to um to wake up in understanding he's there's one thing but for people like me and younger and maybe a little older who had been going through these things that who is still at an age where they are more susceptible to uh i guess learning in taking their knowledge and trying to figure out ways while we're still like freshen the mining do optimistic about change i think that maybe there's a chance that there will be these activism these people who do the research and see okay well.