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Jeff James: We Can Use Patterns to Train Students for Shootings

The Dan Bongino Show

01:27 min | 3 d ago

Jeff James: We Can Use Patterns to Train Students for Shootings

"Do you know the last time a child died in a school fire in America It was December 1st 1958 was the R later the angel school in Chicago fire breaks out And I'll make the long story short The nun is pretty much said hey let's just stay here the firemen will rescue us Well that went tragically wrong 92 pupils and three nuns lost their lives At that point was when they started to mandate changes about the biggest thing is fire drills monthly fire drills You'll take a kindergartner who starts school in September by Christmas They've been through three or four fire drills and they would know where to go if the teacher wasn't in the room And the fire alarm still goes off It doesn't mean they're not scared It means they've learned a pattern You can't really train elementary students like you can't high school kids to react to these kind of shootings But you can have a little touch points with them that say hey we're going to practice we're going to practice where to hide if a bad guy gets in here Or I used to tell the gym teachers If you have a wood line around your school play a game a couple of times at the beginning of the year with the kids saying hey I'm going to time you running to the woodline and back So you see who does it in under a minute So if that shooter is outside will those kids are outside for recess or for gym class and someone says run to the wood line and hide in the wood line They know where to go They've heard it a couple of times So while we can't train them to the level of adults we can certainly give them touch points that are going to that they can pull on again in the future in those moments of high stress and high anxiety and fear

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Average US gasoline price jumps 33 cents to $4.71 per gallon

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 6 d ago

Average US gasoline price jumps 33 cents to $4.71 per gallon

"Gas prices have soared over the past two weeks Talk about pain at the pump has been a 33 cent per gallon jump in the retail price of gasoline in the past two weeks Fuel price analysts will be lumbergh Regular grade is now $4 71 cents and it sits a dollar 61 over the year ago point Around the nation the highest average price for regular is in San Francisco 6 20 a gallon the lowest average Tulsa Oklahoma That's three 92 I'm Shelley Adler

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Heat Alert: Miami beats Boston 109-103 for 2-1 series lead

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Heat Alert: Miami beats Boston 109-103 for 2-1 series lead

"Bam adebayo had a double double in the heat took a two games to one lead in the NBA's Eastern Conference Finals with a one O 9 one O three win over the Celtics At a bio broke out of a scoring slump with 31 points and grabbed ten rebounds in a game the heat never trailed I feel like everybody walked into this arena you know locked in from the jump Like I said earlier they beat us like we stole something earlier Miami led by 25 in the first half but the Celtics got within 93 92 with two 40 remaining The heat played the second half without Jimmy Butler because of inflammation in this right knee PJ Tucker picked up the scoring slack with 17 points in max drus had 16 Jalen Brown pumped in 40 points for the Celtics who host came four on Monday I'm Dave

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Josh Hammer Reflects on Sen. Amy Klobuchar's Abortion Comments

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:42 min | 2 weeks ago

Josh Hammer Reflects on Sen. Amy Klobuchar's Abortion Comments

"Yeah, I want to play a clip for you here from senator Klobuchar. That I think, you know, when we talk about the constitutionality of roe V wade and obviously Casey sort of, in my opinion, obviously I think you would agree that it's unconstitutional. I think Alito's opinion was a skewered the original road decision. But let's play senator Klobuchar here, and I want to get your take on what she says because actually what she's saying from a sitting U.S. senator is something. I mean, this is not mazie hirono here talking here. I mean, which we just assume is she's going to say the most Atlantic, you know, far left out to see kind of the type of things. Is it senator Klobuchar, who many think is sort of moderate or left of center, but not far left. Listen to cut 6. Why should a woman in Texas have different rights and a different future and a different ability to make decisions about her body and her reproductive choices than a woman in Minnesota? How can that be in this country that we'd have a patchwork of laws? Your response. So senator Klobuchar and I actually went to the same law school and, you know, I would like to think that when she was in common law back in her law school day, she knew better about the actual constitutional law underpinning the roe versus wade and its murderous successor, of course, Planned Parenthood versus Casey 92. Now, look, I mean, John Hart Eli, okay? There are so many liberals who have criticized roe versus wade's fallacious reasoning or beers. But John Hart Eli, who is a longtime constitutional law professor at Harvard Law School, he was the dean of Stanford law school as well. He was personally liberal progressive he supported abortion rights, but he famously said in 1982 that roe versus wade was not constitutional law and barely even gave a semblance of purporting to be constitutional law. It was literally no less a feminist leftist progressive icon than the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg herself. We said the roe versus wade overstepped that the court should not have acted there when it did. They should have stayed cool, let it play out democratically in the states. So, you know, what I hear from senator Klobuchar there is, you know, it's constitutional illiteracy. It's also moral illiteracy, of course. We can't forget we're talking about it. You are talking about the wanton murder of now 63 million unborn children since roe versus wade came down in 1973. 63 million. I mean, it's really just difficult to kind of wrap your mind around around that kind of number. But you know, there's something about you said there, Andrew, that I think there's a modicum. There's a small, small sliver of correctness. Where I think she's correct, is that it ultimately is unsustainable for in the long term. My personal perspective in the long term for this to actually be a state

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Herro scores 25, Heat take Game 1 over 76ers 106-92

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

Herro scores 25, Heat take Game 1 over 76ers 106-92

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Murray State edges San Francisco 92-87 in overtime

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Murray State edges San Francisco 92-87 in overtime

"First round games in Indianapolis produced two upsets and almost a third the biggest surprise fifteenth seed Saint Peters eighty five to seventy nine overtime win against second seed Kentucky the peacocks rallied in both regulation and overtime and got twenty seven points from Daryl banks eleventh seed Michigan upset six seed Colorado state it took overtime but seventh seed Murray state prevailed over San Francisco ninety two eighty seven and Tennessee had no trouble with Longwood winning eighty eight to fifty six Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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Luka Doncic leads Mavs past Celtics 95-92 on Garnett's day

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Luka Doncic leads Mavs past Celtics 95-92 on Garnett's day

"Spencer Dinwiddie basket with nine seconds left sent the Mavericks to their seventh win in eight games ninety five ninety two versus the Celtics look at dodges provided twenty six points for the mavs including a game tying Trey with one twenty one remaining Dodge was called for a foul on Marcus smart's potential game tying three pointer with five seconds left but it was overturned upon review the rule is also decide if you just use grants not at fault that's why there are so Thomas I knew I was going to be a successful challenge the Celtics ended a five game winning streak on the day they retired Kevin Garnett's number five Jayson Tatum had twenty one points and eleven rebounds but he hit just two buckets in the second half and missed a three pointer at the buzzer I'm Dave very

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Larry Taunton Shares His Personal Perspective on Ukraine

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:09 min | 3 months ago

Larry Taunton Shares His Personal Perspective on Ukraine

"Us. Larry Alex taunt and my friend welcome. How are you? I've seen from your Twitter feed. You've been all over. Yes, I really have been all over. But one thing that I have to say before I ask you your thoughts is that the only main statement with regard to the Ukraine is that what we might call the deep state or the Obama people, almost worked hard to bring about this crisis. And so now we find ourselves in this crisis with a unprecedentedly inept leader in the executive and people say, what can we do? What can we do? Well, the first thing you have to say is what might we have done, but here we are. So you spend some time in the Ukraine, you're adopted daughter who just got married, grew up in the Ukraine. What is your perspective? You know, it's interesting here I come when I was pursuing graduate degrees and Russian history and European history of Marxism, people told me then. This was post collapse of the Soviet Union. This was by a 92 93 94 through 97. And people told me it was complete waste of time. And here we are. And suddenly it feels so very, very relevant. You know, I have several thoughts of regarding this, Eric. First of all, I would just want to say to people to be careful of a media narrative that that sets up Ukraine as this mantle of freedom. I'm not taking a side with Russia. It seems to say anything critically about Ukraine is to be perceived as being pro put. And I'm most definitely not Putin. But two things can be true here. And those two things are that both of these countries have a shared history of violence, often against each other. And they are both deeply, deeply corrupt.

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Garland scores 27 in return, leads Cavs past Spurs 105-92

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Garland scores 27 in return, leads Cavs past Spurs 105-92

"There is garland scored twenty seven points in his return from a back injury helping the Cavaliers topped the spurs one oh five ninety two garland missed the past four games with a sore lower back he made twelve of fifteen shots and finished with six assists and five rebounds San Antonio trimmed a twenty three point deficit to seven in the fourth quarter before garland hit a jumper and caris levert fed Jarrett Allen for a lay up la Verne had eleven points in his cavs debut slay you first first day of school you knew K. so it was fun for me but I'm glad it's behind me now you know I mean a lot of nerves and jitters rookie ever moblie had eighteen points and twelve rebounds while Allen had fifteen points and fourteen boards I'm the ferry

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Civil Rights Activist John M. Perkins on What Makes Humans Flourish

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:37 min | 4 months ago

Civil Rights Activist John M. Perkins on What Makes Humans Flourish

"John Perkins he will be 92 this year and he has lived through some of the horrors of racism in the American south and Mississippi. John, I know that your brother was killed by the police in 1947. You're talking about what happened even before that. Continue from where you were going. Yes. Because you've got to understand the conscious and self conscious and self consciousness because it goes. Back into your lives based on a situation you and based on the continuous wasting and not understanding this and understanding that what makes human blurry is they have created an image of God and each other with to see that image in each other. And that's that she was very old, though we stand and violate the law, but that was a reason redemption air is to reveal the last thing and give us a new life on again and walk in the light of God's love on earth that with a loved one of lovers and love is the affirmation of human dignity. It says that his valuable don't kill him. And we don't right now. We don't do that. We don't put in and made hate a bag yet.

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Curry and Warriors rout Mavericks 130-92

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Curry and Warriors rout Mavericks 130-92

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What Is the Petition of the Candlemakers?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 4 months ago

What Is the Petition of the Candlemakers?

"Frederick bastia, who wrote, I think his bookie wrote, he wrote the law, he also wrote a book called on liberty. But the petition to candlestick makers, I think he wrote it or he co published it or he publicized it is a really amazing. Piece of satire. One of the most effective ever written. So the petition to candlestick makers is a argument. That Windows, destroy jobs. It's an argument that the fact that we allow all this natural sunlight to come in, there might be so much damage to society that we have to do something about it. And so to the petition of the candlestick makers, if you allow all this sunlight to come into homes, you're going to destroy the candlestick making industry. Effectively. That the jobs, the design, the distribution of making candles is going to be disenfranchised by sunlight. So you hear that it's obviously insane. And you're like, okay, well, how about this? The petition of parents to outlaw driving. Safety is the most important value. We must keep our children safe. It's a dangerous world. Do you know over 50,000 people die on the road every single year? And we're going to trust the science, we're going to trust the science that fast cars that are heavy could potentially kill somebody. We are going to trust the science that keeping our children in one place is actually a safer way for them to live. Now you might be saying, I'll try that's a ridiculous argument. That's exactly what we're tolerating right now in our country. It's insane. It's evil. It's immoral. Meanwhile, United Kingdom and Ireland they're completely opening up everything and we're keeping girls detained outside of schools. And then we have 9 year olds being escorted by police officers in New York City because they don't have their vaccine

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Can the School Boards Be Beat?

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:00 min | 4 months ago

Can the School Boards Be Beat?

"Charlie, how do I push back against my local school board? How do I push back against my local school board and all the nonsense that they're doing with masking and quarantining? Well, we have a great clip to play here, and we're going to play it in its entirety. It's actually someone who spoke out and the Naperville school district, and that is in the suburbs of Chicago. Every parent should be showing up to school boards across the country. You should have a zero tolerance policy if your child is required to wear a mask. There is no epidemiological reason at all whatsoever, especially at the phase that we're in right now, given the natural immunity widespread amongst many other reasons that your child should be forced to wear a mask. And there is zero reason whatsoever to let me say this differently. There is great concern that mandatory masking will have significant and serious damage. To your child and their ability to function and communicate. Let's go to cut one O four. It's a little long, but I want you to listen to this. This is a student who showed up at the school board, Naperville, school board, and decided to speak their mind to play tape. Thank you for teaching students that our own mental health is much less important than making triple vaccinated adults feel safe. Thank you for teaching me that even the most minute risk is not worth taking. Life is best when you take the path of least resistance with no chance of failure and definitely no chance of catching a cold. Thank you for not reaching out to the students, ask how we feel about masks because if you did, the majority of students would say that they hate masks. And then you might second guess your decision to make us wearable. Thank you for allowing me to experience the anxiety associated with never seeing facial expressions. Thank you for teaching us that we should never question authority or think critically, but instead we should follow whatever the people in charge tell us to do. Obedience is best. I realize now that thinking for yourself is overrated and not really necessary when you can just make decisions based on fear. Thank you for pushing your irrational fears and anxieties on me. Because I didn't already have enough to worry about. I realize now how easy I had it when I only had to worry about my classes, my grades, SAT, and getting into college. Thank you for teaching me that being a morally superior person, only requires that I cover my face for 8 hours a day. And that the most morally superior people were two masks, or even three masks. As you know, seats around us, Indiana, Wisconsin, Iowa, Michigan, and Minnesota, which have two and a half times more students than Illinois. Don't force cats. Don't force kids to mask. I'm with you, though. These states are out of control. Recklessly putting kids at risk of misery and death every day. Masks work, even if these states have the same outcomes as Illinois. Speaking of data, thank you for seeing silent without masks about masking despite the fact that COVID has a very high survival rate in kids my age. Who needs data anyway, though? We all know that it will never be safe to see anyone's face ever again. I mean, give that girl a metal. My goodness. I gotta give her credit. The sarcasm is so incredibly effective. When I speak at school boards a little more direct, but she's right. What we're teaching our kids, path of at least resistance, never take risks. Don't look at people's faces. Imagine you're in Naperville school board member, and they thought no one would cover this. I'm a little afraid about one thing though. I'm afraid that this poor young girl is gonna get raided by the FBI and being called a domestic terrorist because she disagrees. And you know what she makes a great point and Wisconsin and Minnesota and Iowa. They do not require masks on their kids and yet Illinois has the same

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The Toleration of Homelessness Is an Indicator of Societal Decay

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 4 months ago

The Toleration of Homelessness Is an Indicator of Societal Decay

"Question here. Hey Charlie, I live in Scottsdale, and I'm starting to see a serious increase in homelessness. And no one wants to talk about it, and our leaders don't seem keen to do anything about it. It's nowhere near as bad as it is in New York City or Los Angeles, but what should the conservative response be to homelessness so we can keep our state from turning into one big homeless camp? She not from Arizona. Look, I totally agree. I think the toleration of homelessness is an indicator of societal decay. I think a society that puts up with and tolerates. Open air vagrancy, which by the way is not good for the vagrant. It's not good for society. It's not good for communicable diseases. It's not good for anyone. It's also brings down the morale. It brings down the spirit of a nation. Two. Have to pass by individuals that are obviously dealing with problems, and we should have compassion for them. We should help them, but the world is not their home. It is a symbol of public apathy. That I don't care and I guess it doesn't impact me. It actually does. Either you live in a society or you live in a colony. You either live in a country or you live in like a massive open air market. You're like, yeah, it's just about making money. As long as I have my chauffeured cars, I don't care how many people I drive by. Actually, I care. I think it sends a signal especially to young people. That your society is unraveling. The least compassionate thing we could do for these people is to leave them to sleep on the street. Many of these people are dealing with alcohol and drug issues, and the whole fight around homelessness and the people that are kind of they call themselves homeless advocates. They have done nothing but created more homelessness, lower living conditions for these people and never do they actually acknowledge that we should try and offer therapy, counseling or guidance to get these people out of the condition of living on the side of

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Jordan Poole scores 20 points, Warriors hold off Jazz 94-92

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Jordan Poole scores 20 points, Warriors hold off Jazz 94-92

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Edward O. Wilson, biologist known as 'ant man,' dead at 92

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

Edward O. Wilson, biologist known as 'ant man,' dead at 92

"A a pioneering pioneering biologist biologist who who argued argued for for a a new new vision vision of of human human nature nature has has died died former former Harvard Harvard professor professor Edward Edward O. O. Wilson Wilson died died Sunday Sunday at at age age ninety ninety two two that's that's according according to to a a tribute tribute posted posted on on the the E. E. O. O. Wilson Wilson bio bio diversity diversity foundation's foundation's website website in in two two thousand thousand seven seven Wilson Wilson said said people people of of faith faith and and science science must must work work together together to to save save the the environment environment science science and and religion religion are are the the two two most most powerful powerful social social forces forces in in the the world world the the so so called called culture culture wars wars between between them them needlessly needlessly block block full full cooperation cooperation Wilson Wilson won won two two Pulitzer Pulitzer prizes prizes he he first first gained gained widespread widespread attention attention for for its its nineteen nineteen seventy seventy five five book book sociobiology sociobiology the the new new synthesis synthesis in in which which she she detailed detailed evidence evidence suggesting suggesting a a link link between between human human behavior behavior and and genetics genetics the the work work creating creating controversy controversy among among activists activists and and academics academics I'm I'm my my campaign campaign

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Rich Zeoli: Democrats' War on Energy Is Why Production Costs Are Soaring

Mark Levin

01:27 min | 5 months ago

Rich Zeoli: Democrats' War on Energy Is Why Production Costs Are Soaring

"Total annual utility cost gas and electricity for a new house using gas appliances is about 4300 compared to much higher for an electric house Why is that Why is that It's because electric is subsidized That's why it's subsidized Gas has efficiency ratings of about 92% Meaning that most of the energy contained in the original gas is utilizing the appliances And what I think is really important too to think about when you think about the war and energy that the left is doing right now is they pick and choose their winners and losers I'm going to give this to everything in the economy And what they hate more than anything is anything that's a fossil fuel They do They hate it If you could have an electric oven powered by a wind turbine in your backyard they be all in They would love it They'd be all in But you know normal people the average person who's not driving an electric vehicle in this country and who knows at $12,000 to subsidize it is not going to make them buy it They see what's going on right now They really do They see it And what the goal of Republicans has to be to convince them that the Democrats Warren energy is the reason why their food prices are soaring It's a reason why everything that they're paying for is soaring The shipping cost to container cost the production costs all of it petroleum costs every aspect of it Every aspect of production has to do with energy prices

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Moore, Banchero lead No. 2 Duke past App State, 92-67

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 5 months ago

Moore, Banchero lead No. 2 Duke past App State, 92-67

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"92" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

Mohamed Ghilan

02:23 min | 10 months ago

"92" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

"Let me ask you a new. Lord. Hello. What a fun corner. How comes the world? I said, I'm audio come everyone. You are listening to episode 92 of the muhammadan podcast with yours truly as the host. We are at episode 92, inching ever so slowly to that 100th episode. Male law allow us to get there. How do they? It's been a minute. It's been a while since I've released a podcast episode and I'm using this opportunity as maybe a way to get myself kicked started. You know, just get going again to doing some podcasts. If you're a longtime listener, you know that I run an endless academy, which is available under academy dot com.

"92" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"92" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"92 K number 10046 Year old Amy Back to MLS number 189766. You know, we are as always in studio with our resident mortgage expert Fun, Amy, not her legal name. Probably not the name she has on her license, but it's going to be fun. Amy nonetheless. Yeah, I like it better than what's on my license. So you know, I, uh, you know, like everybody else. I'm on the Internet and I'm on social media. And I see all these ads and I hear all of these commercials and I can't help but think that for a lot of Our listeners. They're getting led down a road of misinformation and for a lot of our listeners, they might be sitting on quotes from big box banks. I could spend an entire show talking about big box banks or going through online portals in order to fill out an application and get pretty qualified. And whatever the case is, but a lot of times, you know, people are sitting there looking at this quote looking at these rates looking at these points, one don't even know what the points mean don't know what discount points mean and Can't help but think that there's got to be a better way. There's got to be a cheaper way and one of the things that that we love so much about you is for our Katie. Our listeners, You know, it's it's finding the right program. There's a gazillion different programs out there. And for every listener there in a unique situation, have a unique need need a unique, you know program, which an online companies likely not going to provide you a big box banks not going to provide you and on a side note if we need to get ahold of somebody from a big box back At the evenings and weekends. When we're writing an offer, we're not going to be able to do that. But take us to how important it is to have available to you an array of options. Absolutely. So a lot of people think that there's you know. Four types of loans. Conventional F H A V A and USDA. Which or jumbo, I guess, um so there's five But I'm really conventional F H and V A are the main ones So people think. Oh, there's three different programs, two of which I may qualify for well, in reality, there's different programs inside those programs. So if you are working with someone who is, you know, fairly new and experienced or doesn't do this full time. You may be missing out on being put into the right program for you. So it is imperative that you deal with someone who knows what they're talking about, has been in the business for a while enough to know their programs know what they can offer and be able to explain them anywhere from just the basic, you know, conventional 30 year fixed. Said, the down payment assistance or the, uh, renovation loans or the construction loans. I mean, there are so many different things that might be a fit for what your needs are and it's not just Oh, this big big banks. Big box bank couldn't do it five times fast. I can't even say it once Big box Bank. They can't do it. Therefore, I can't get what I need. That is completely untrue. So always get a second opinion and it should go without saying but buying a home Is one of the biggest purchases and one of the biggest life decisions that you are going to make. And if you listen to the show, you're obviously listen to the show. Um you really do owe it to yourself your to your family to explore all the different options out there, Whether there's some savings out there, whether it's to get a second opinion on a quote that you have, and we would love to. Give you my name is information in order to start that conversation and let her walk you through some of the different options, but it does start by you texting the word fund. 2411 92 3. That's fun to 411 92 3. You know there's a prestige factor there that I think A lot of people don't really realize because someday I've had many people come and say, Oh, you know, I have a good friend that's going to Right my alone and my response to them is okay. Well, do you have a friend? That's good? That's gonna write your long because as as somebody who lists a lot of homes, I I I see these big box banks coming through and I immediately want to push him away. And And and I can't help But tell my sellers, you know. Hey, this is my experience with big box banks, whether it be Chase Wells Fargo and and I mean, they have They have a great purpose here for what they do, so I'm not sure that I have been holding my money. Yeah, that's their purpose. Yeah. Yeah. So what? What? What I'm trying to say is is you talk a little bit about what you do that that is so beneficial when when I'm delivering an offer to a seller and how you and how you helped posture that and how you communicate and how you set yourself apart. So right now, you know, just getting a listing agent to look at your offer is half the At all like it is just a tough market for buyers. So you know, having a lender who, you know, I'm so sorry, but one that works at a company that is nimble and quick and can perform well is really important. And I'm not saying that those you know banks can't I'm saying that there's history there that I don't that makes it less. Attractive if you will, but I mean, they're great, You know, Finance ear's I'm It's just in this market. You need someone who can respond quickly who can perform quickly, Um, and who can communicate Well, so what we do, um is you know we will when an offer is made will contact the listing agent kind of make a play for our buyer. And, you know, make sure that we give them enough information to make everything look super pretty and happy and optimistic and positive and then make sure that we follow up again. Right before the contract acceptance time. I'm just to kind of put us top of mind. Um, a lot of the times that has been enough to seal a deal because they want someone who's going to communicate all that. I'm shocked on on how very few lenders are actually calling on behalf of their buyers. Oh, yeah. I mean, I will have a listing agent say, Okay, whatever. Like I have 50 offers. I don't care and hang up on me. But at least I knew I know that I did what I needed to for my buyer. So, yeah, And it's funny because, like when Negotiating the deal, sometimes the other agent, it was just very close to the chest on the information, and then I'll talk to you and he'll be like, Oh, yeah, they totally spilled out. Their entire person told me everything that's going on. Like, well, great. Okay, going again. Go negotiate this deal. I have a therapy degree, I guess because people do give us more information. But really, it's just showing them that we all have a great relationship that we work well together, and we're going to get it closed. All right. Her name is fun. Amy..

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"92" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"92" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"92 3. Ella's new home for hip hop is standing up against racism and racial injustice in all our communities, Big boy's neighborhood Luigi Up in here. What I glued All man. Pastors are wildly now right now. Yeah, man, Pastor's gone. Why? Yes, man. There's this story that's surfacing and party party. Yeah, Yeah. Yeah. So there's stories, asshole. No, they're just About this former MLB player. He's an M V. P. He won a World Series with the Cubs Ben Zobrist, but the reason he's in the news right now is because of this whole divorce thing that's happening right on his lawsuit with involving him A pastor and his wife Listen. Former World Series M V P of the Chicago Cubs. Ben Zobrist is suing his pastor for $8 million in either lost wages or fraudulent wages because the pastor not only stole from Zobrist Foundation in which you work for a long time. He also advised Ben Zobrist to take a year off to battle against, uh, depression and anxiety and give his wife some space. I think as well while the pastor was pork in, said Zobrist, wife at the same damn time. Hey, man, he was all in his affairs and no pun intended. But he was, you know, advising him to take a year off for your depression. And this guy was believe in his pastor. Then give your wife some space and marriage counseling. And then he gets with The wife, the wife, man, The person that found out was actually the pastor's wife, who found his cell phone that they had been using to communicate with each other, and they were like prepaid cell phones that they had. And that's the reason they got to. That's lie on top of.

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"92" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"92" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"92 years ago, NASA astronaut Speaking of space, Russia is threatening to leave the international space station program. Less sanctions are lifted. We'll get more on that with San Antonio First news national correspondent Rory O Neill, who joins us this morning at 7, 40. Michael Palka, host of pure apple podcast before 7 30 right now, Rush Limbaugh's morning commentary brought to you by Tories cars. Hey, folks in new Silicon Valley startup could change the way your pizza is made and may change the food industry forever Zoom pizza Z, Um E has gotten rid of a key business component that all their competitors use humans. When a pies ordered the pizza goes down a conveyor line and robots and the ingredients and more innovations are coming. Soon, The pizza will actually be made inside the delivery vans on the way to the customer's address. Each vans equipped with robots 56 remote controlled ovens. They await approval from the Santa Clara County Department of Environmental Health. Alex Garden, a co founder of the startup comes from a background in video games. And he says that the company's goal is to become the Amazon of food. It could be extremely profitable, he says. If they can bring their innovations to others in the food service industry now this works out. He's right. One big reason The robot workforce doesn't complain. You have to worry about him showing up late or needing family time off to take the dog to the vet. Robots don't take maternity leave because they don't get pregnant. They're not confused about their gender, nor do they demand special rights to express Who they are that day and they're not going to demand 15 bucks an hour to make pizza or anything else. Whole lot of companies would want to slice of that business model, huh? Join me later today. Annie, Lebanon 1200. W O a. I Finding great candidates. The higher can be like well, trying to find a needle in a haystack. Sure you can post your job to some job board..

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"92" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"92" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

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"92" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"92" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

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"92" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"92" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"92% of all the people, the state of Washington will be able to move forward with additional activities, including limited indoor dining and fitness activities. No way weather is making its way up the Puget Sound region. I'm pretty happy it's here. I mean, I'll take I'll take cold, snowy days over the hot like 90 summer days and any time of the week that man in Olympia, the South Sound is expected to get the brunt of today. Storm Cairo seven TVs, meteorologist Morgan Palmer says there will be plenty of opportunities for snow. This is a multi day event, starting not only down South, but then everywhere late Friday through the weekend. Looks like we'll be dealing with some pretty heavy snow, at least in spots that couldn't last into early next week. He predicts The South sound could get up to four inches today, but Seattle to the Canadian border that may not get much know until tomorrow or Saturday. Deadly shooting in Seattle Tuesday appears to have been a random attack. Police say a man opened fire on two women one managed to call for help. How many people have been shot? Do Please come now My friend is dying. One woman did die. Officers who rushed to the scene say the suspect fired on them. They shot back and killed him. An urgent warning from the King County prosecutor to the county Council Keiper radios, Hannah Scott, explained King County Prosecutor Dan Satya Berg, describing a dire situation, telling the county Council they had a massive backlog of the most serious offenses even before the pandemic, and now the backlogs even worse. This is a very alarming situation, the average number of felony cases awaiting trial in the county About 3000 that's or no more than 6000. This past year is crime jumped in the pandemic restricted courts, Sandberg says that number could reach 9000 by the end of this year. Yurkiw a radio forecast calls for snow showers mainly in the South. Sound today, right now is 33 degrees in downtown Seattle. I'm Heather Bosch for breaking news highlights, podcasts and more download the Cairo radio at Cairo Radio a cheer for what's next. Way knowing where you are. Get Tom in here, Fred. Pinpoint forecast there in Greenwood. How they got in here, Tom again and how to get into your go the other way. Tommy, Tommy Killer Booth. That's better. First flakes in Greenwood, First Flakes. First flakes, head of those like they Each one is unique and under itself, you bet, and they're a lot of them. Okay. You're like blowing in the wind. It's like it's almost snow. I'm diving in writing. First place. That was gonna be the name of our show originally, I think yes. Itwas it was working title I sent Jacob of Weather forecast. Did you put it? You have a checkup. Know how in what? In what context did you send? Whether or but they video it? Century video from my outhouse? Right? My daily Constitution? Yes. Sorry. I forgot you start with. Hold on a second. Wait, Gunshot. Hate to start the music by one. Suck it here, but a lot..

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"92" Discussed on New Pod Flow

New Pod Flow

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"92" Discussed on New Pod Flow

"Like surprise. Look about her brother in here to sit but he said we say she got daddy issues with getting fucked over the united. Hey man oh girl. Got that five sons. What would what would you do of your your son. My son was what girl hip dan. My girlfriend is just fucking all over the united states is he married and what is now because man. You can't tell because in my in my opinion in my personal opinion you ain't gonna be able to tell some you're not going to be able to give certain people vice minister especially a murray person like that. I feel like they might be committed to another level girlfriend. Only bitch alone it takes to a clinic fucking tested like oh and hopefully he got some so you. So that'd be the lesson sima fucker here take his big ass worse. Peel and go to life. Gonna turn your bushman. I don't know man. I the same dude right here. I mean he's he's taken s. We'd ask when she comes back. He's diving right in there. Probably falling away through a hot dog down a hallway given awale addicting wail. Swallow that person. Hold what did you see that having late last year did. Ucsd man okay. I look look look upside but you gotta see this man somebody. They was Whale watching these. They was watching whales and loci ickes and whale jumped up and swallow. Oh camera did he get. They got out they. They got to lose this. They look at israel on the on the right to rewind it. Wait are we sure or did he just fall out now. He's swallowed the whole boat. Swallow white people. Still adventurers adam. I'm sorry like why. Why sitting in small small enough to fit. It is looking down at wales. Why people do it. I mean we try to mc jamaica. On our honeymoon i mean. We'll switch on right at this saying stupid shit that that's did like confirms it. Yeah like they got. They got him. You don't like kayaking. I could do a word like the fish. don't get as big as like a catfish fork or whatever we. I mean black people we have to. We have to be adventures by nature. You know what i'm saying. Because we pray by nature we are so we phrase like yeah. We're pray by nature. So i mean we just kind of live adventurously when a cop gets behind me. My heart starts racing. You know what i'm saying. I don't know what's do happen. Not they got out. There's even they uploaded a video where the people who got swallow. Let's say they got wali's searches that look to see if it's also okay find. It will feel hungry still. Did you see where you'll find a way to see day about. Easter is giving a twenty thousand dollars reward to find out who scraped trump scrape trump on mandy. Amen listed. listen the month. Like i. Like what charlemagne said about this. You know what. Money engraved with the name trump on a fucking vanity. They scraped trump on the manatees back. It's a little like sea. Lions slaves types of thing. Platypus on a seal had a baby or some shit. Yeah you know you know like the sea. Cows took a pitch. Yes and charlemagne said whoever video that in manatee with trump on his back is the one that did it. And i who else you ain't gonna just bump into a fucking in fucking see and see trump on his back home. And how did this happen like come on come on but the big ups today batista to you know donate money. My guy batista bomb. Yeah.

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"92" Discussed on New Pod Flow

New Pod Flow

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"92" Discussed on New Pod Flow

"With aws amazon web services. We city talking abbreviated after blue bit. Keep up like he said. I guess amazon web site say. Aws website goddamn ran anyway. Had only account she was taken. Well i don't know. I don't know if she ever went through sites like a really liked onlyfans where no no. No no no. I'm saying what. He like subscription based on facebook. And really it was something to just going to sign up and just start postition just asking if it was like a membership like hundred dollars a month a year or some have. Y'all y'all heard that the new conspiracy is antifa got in and they were the ones that did all the capital share right Of course somebody hacked parlor before got taken down. Took all their meta data and gps all the parlor accounts on the cap. So you can see a map of where all the parlor gowns were in the capital around the capital on that day. So like us fucking. Dan you see the black. They had the tent set up selling the trunk thirties. One hundred dollars at the people's mind share capitalism me shit. But how did they know to even be out there though. They've been announcing they've been dancing because we didn't know we didn't know that they planned on storm in the capital january six. I didn't know they were storming the fucking gap fucking new that they knew trump was having a rally trump had a rally before they was out there selling hoodies. Because rally is an interim. got up. we're going to do with capital. I'm coming to know damn them. But now i was talking with my sister. One day she races. I love candace owens. I'm not racist okay. Yeah so anyway. And i was like. Did you ever get that only cleans account was like you are the problem. Like fuck him on the problem like you're wanting to join a site that just spreads all this shit the anyways so that's messed up. Oh i don't avoid those conversations do you. Why did you come here with people that it's not going to sit like Like i feel like. I'm the only one talking talking. Jesus we we. We try to get some understanding because we say here. You know black them offer. We all know what the hell's going you know. See white people acting the same way. They said by people who act last. Oh no no. He's just like wait. I thought i wouldn't like it. I wanna know so. We brought you here to explain issues. Everyone listen this gonna be a twelve part series. Jesus christ i'm here today but anyways No this no my my in laws. my sister-in-law and her husband live mobile. They have a daughter had their had her first birthday party last summer. It was in the midst of all all the violent protests and everyone getting shot. Yeah right if anyone knows didn't really fucking happen right. So they were too scared to come in for their granddaughters. First birth. because scariest black people. They thought they were going to die but they don't wear a fucking mask. They don't believe covert as a thing and they were like we should join. We should have been there with the gap. It'll like damn another. There are all kinds of fucked up there. I said this is your in-laws my mind now again me and my wife. We're the we're the black sheep or the ones brother-in-law conspue all kinds of we go over there. We he can speak all kinds of shit. like trump. right mega mega mega. And i'm like excuse me this is wrong. Why the fuck do you always gotta start shit at them. Like god so he can run his book and mouth and i say one thing the astle so anybody coverted and your family all they all have as well actually my inlaws main may not have but my brother in law and his wife a couple of and they were my mom. My wife's parents. They moved right down the road from leopold right down. The road is literally right down the road but their quarantine. They're doing it right. They're staying away from us. They sent us a picture of the same day of them in the same farm truck. Like what fucking liar mask. No good at getting his while they turn turn to mass political. I wasn't trump. weren't asking i at first. I didn't they. They forced that month. Fucking he came out like maybe a few weeks. A month later said that wearing the masks was patriotic to try to change. But she didn't work. It didn't work like offering is already like i'm not doing. This is america. I am free to not wear masks and you catch cold and died the kind of the route that they was taken a little. My dad's i think like i. Everyone was on board even the stupid people in the family. They were all on board like washing my groceries ever. I get them home. Okay i i. I watched a chicken shit rabbit hole a races white family. Why should chicken won't kobe. God damn it up. Some idea toyota. Some health personal saying donate like increases. Some ineligible wash. They wash him around in because he seem to be taken to turn he's supposed to use cold water co water do anything.

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"92" Discussed on Knowing Faith

Knowing Faith

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"92" Discussed on Knowing Faith

"The god of ship let cannabis serve it. May god large j feth let him dwell on the tents of shem unlike canaan be his servant and then we move into the descent of the nations. And we're getting a picture that the world is being populated here right it's like they're being dispersed there New cultures new tribes are being formed New people groups are being established across the expanse of the earth. Is there anything else in genesis. Ten that we should note here in terms of the genealogy. I'm looking something up. I i read something. Gosh it's been now that i'm just trying to find. I think i just found it. One of the things christian tradition is recognized. Is this tape. It's called the table a table tennis nations. And they're seventy of them listed. If i remember correctly in this table figure of seventy for the world's nations alluded to by jesus in the sending. Fourth of seventy disciples as recounted in luke chapter ten one to sixteen in the christian. Tradition is recognized. The church is taking up the charge of this Bringing this promise. Or blessing of god's new creation. And jesus the sending of the seventy disciples to the nation's which i think is something that's really important and then luke's ascension narratives in acts one eight contributes this to the universe at sorry says the universality of the lord's commission for the church this motif of the inclusion as reflected in the telling of the spirits coming at pentacost so the point of this table of nations is is that is that god's people are being dispersed. We're going to see this again. In genesis chapter eleven. But ultimately god's promise in god's blessing point to reach all of those nations the good news of jesus absolutely thank how close we are to genesis. Chapter twelve at this point where moses is going to write The the covenant with abraham that through him all the nations of the earth will be blessed. And that's that's what's being set up here in the table of nations absolutely and listen. If you've been following along you know that we did an after the fact episode with dr tracy mckinsey and he actually goes through here in the genealogy and genesis ten if you missed that i wouldn't encourage you go back and listen to that He made some comments about the use of the name. Kim here through genesis. Ten and i can't properly convey what he said It was further downfield. Than i am familiar with when it comes to the hebrew play but it was fascinating to hear kind of how this story plays out. And maybe see some things in geology. That we might often miss. But this genealogy leads us up to genesis chapter eleven and the tower of babel actually discussed this and an upcoming episode. I love the story of the tower of babel. And i love its relationship to the call of abraham and so. We're going to get into this in the days ahead but this is probably a good place to land the plane since we're fifty three minutes and to an episode episode. They got it. There was there was a delus- of content. Oh listen if you want to join the conversation. You can find us on social media. Were knowing faith. Podcast on twitter on instagram and on facebook and our next episodes. We have some great stuff coming up. We've.

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"92" Discussed on Knowing Faith

Knowing Faith

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"92" Discussed on Knowing Faith

"You what is. What is john cook. As so we have A watery deep that he emerges from placed on earth given dominion blessing commanded to be fruitful and multiply then he tends a garden the vineyard The fruit of the garden occasions a- sin and fall the sin exposes nakedness. His nakedness is then covered by another. The father's sin is going to lead to the son sen basically that his son sins against him in that and the result is a curse on posterity. Then so that's you know we're we're being tied very closely to the to the story of genesis three and and what happens there as well. Yeah absolutely and then ongoing conflict between this and that's exactly and so two to move towards that is we have no who's pretty much naked and ashamed again Like adam and eve were and now we have the curse on him now. We need a policy here because yeah because we don't have a curse on him for exactly you've seen this repetition here and that's what we have to pay attention to like. We're bored by the mentioned now. Ham was the father of and we. We see it again right. It's brought him the father of canaan verse twenty two And then when we see who how no response he does not say curse be ham he says curse be canaan and and so it's important for us to realise that moses original audience right is listening to this really hard. Why because he's writing this to them right before they go into canine where all their enemies they're going to be. And so what. Moses is doing here is setting up the people of god for what's about to come next he say gee i want to know why you have enemies living in canaan will let me take you back to the original story about that and that is the point of like. That is why this is here. This is what's happening and this is the this is the historical rudeness of the canaanite peoples and specifically opposition between israel and the candidate peoples. And that is what it is And it's important that we state that clearly and unequivocally because this little passage has been the source of widespread confusion although it has become certainly more it has become Exceedingly rare to find this But there was a very large portion in the history of the church specifically the church in america where the curse on han which is really not a curse on hand but a curse on the descendants of ham was used as the justification for the enslavement of african peoples. And it was. It was so significant. If you're familiar with abram kindy his book stamped from the beginning he talks about this as one of the dominant kind of ideological lines. That kind of was the. Oh the root of the rotten fruit of slavery in america was that there was a justification for the enslavement and abuse of people's based on the curse of ham which is again not a curse on hamlet a curse on ham's descendants which is canaan the point of which is.

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"92" Discussed on Knowing Faith

Knowing Faith

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"92" Discussed on Knowing Faith

"I'm not going to judge the whole earth through a flood again. It is made to noah in his generations. But at this point everybody that comes. After noah is going to be the generations of noah. he's the only family laughed but covenant feels different than the other covenants. We might find the testament. Is it really. Is this covenant. Just about god's not going to judge the earth by floodwaters again kyle. Are you saying it feels more narrow. Yes absolutely doesn't it. Yeah i would agree with that. It does feel no more narrow to me that because we do in. Maybe you guys. It'd be interesting to have a conversation about this. I mean god is going to judge the world again. The bible tells us going to judge it through fire. So it's not. The god is saying i'm not bringing my judgment upon my people again but rather i'm gonna bring it differently so i would read. This fairly narrowly that he is simply promising and everlasting covenant to not to judge humanity through a flood. But it doesn't mean he's not going to judge god's people again through other means right absolutely ran. Yeah i would go i would. I would go for that okay. It just feels it feels. I guess broad and that its cosmic but narrow into what is actually being promised. Yeah like it's not the salvation of all people it's not the blessing of abraham its blessing to the nations. It is it is with the world. I'm not gonna curse the world again because the sinfulness of humanity and i'm not going to judge the world through a cataclysmic flood it significant that we see a salvation through water here right and going to not solve the problem. I mean you're gonna find out why because not only is this a new adam and eve but we're going to see the new atom fall into sin in a garden tempted by fruit. So like it's it's all gonna you know we're going to get this replaying of that whole thing and so They're they're delivered through water and immediately. There's a you know is going to offer a blood sacrifice and there's talk of blood and the significance of blood. Now you're gonna eat things That are Aunt urinate animals. Not just plants so in other words. Your survival is going to be tied closely toward the shedding of blood. Every time you make dinner you're going to have to kill something And then there's the idea of atonement is being heightened There's been a passage through water but there is yet to be deliverance by blood. And that will require the the true and better noah. Yeah and this. is you know. I remember whenever. I was reading through this with a hebrew professor. Mike medicine indebted to him for this but he talks about how he's like. You know he was like what is the symbol of god's covenant here and i was like oh it's a rainbow and he was like yeah it's a rainbow but it's a bo mike. The hebrew word. That's used here is bow. Bow and arrow and that he was like and where is it pointed..

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05:18 min | 1 year ago

"92" Discussed on Knowing Faith

"I know i agree that it is there. I think that we forget to look backward before we look forward sometimes to say. Hey this is all been being set up since page one. Absolutely absolutely jt. Anything to that. I know. I think that's all really helpful. I actually had thought of it. In terms of jesus person hood kind of the way. You're doing his kingship. I think that's really helpful. I'd always read. It always the way. I was going to talk about it. Was you know it says. In chapter eight verse. Eleven that so one other thing that's important to note here. We didn't talk about this earlier. But there's three million account so we have talked about in previous episodes and one of the ways that the local account differ significantly is the babylonian hero sends out a dove and then a raven and no one does the opposite. Believing that a raven can fly longer is more prone to to Being surviving a storm and then he sends out the the raven wants the waters begin to subside. however that started dove wants. The water subsided. He sends the dove out and it comes back and it says couldn't find anything then. Verse eleven the dove came back in the evening and behold there was a freshly plucked olive leaf so no one knew the waters are subsiding then waited another seven days senate the dove and she did not return to him anymore and we don't ever hear of this dove presumably landing but if you're just reading only the genesis account you're thinking to yourself oh the earth has been recreated the eventually found a place where she could land in live in god's new created world and so when we hear the next time of a dove descending upon upon something it is descending upon jesus it certainly i think is anointing. It's talking about his kingship for sure. But he also i think becomes the anticipated promise and fulfillment of the new creation in the land. That god google's going to inherit this is the land that does that no is looking for. But it's actually represented not just in the kingship of jesus but the inheritance that we receive. Jesus yeah i think that's really good. That's good i. I love how we cover that passage. Because i think that honestly that was really fun to do with with both of you because it feels like gin is helping us see like i did not see at all the creation repopulation thing. I'm assuming right. Pass to get. Jesus and the baptism ceremony. Mike does find the right okay And and you know. And i think that that's such a good picture of. Hey this is how the story unfolding in genesis and then you kind of but then you look at wall what is happening in the new testament anyways. I just learned a lot there that was really valuable. I'm glad we talked about that All right so okay. So we get the the end of their coming off the ark and god tells them be fruitful and multiply essentially like. We're repopulating the earth. Both at a creature level beast of the field level and human level And then it says in verse twenty. Then noah built an altar to the lord took some of every clean animal and some every clean bird and offered burnt offerings on the altar. When the lord smelled the pleasing aroma the lord said in his heart. I will never again curse the ground. Because of man for the intention of man's heart is evil from his youth neither will ever again..

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05:57 min | 1 year ago

"92" Discussed on Knowing Faith

"Because this seems pretty. This seems pretty on the nose. Doesn't it that like you've got the dove going out Kind of giving a picture. To noah of what is it is. Are things still chaotic or have they been brought to order. Then you have the dove descending on jesus or the spirit in the form of a dove descending on jesus at his baptism who has just passed through the waters of that this. There's got to be a connection here right. Am i crazy to feel like. Oh no these are two things that the the the holy spirit through the human authors is trying to show us are connected to one another or am. I just forcing that. No i want here okay. So i was going to say when he region has to say okay but but before we hear genesis say remind our our listeners. We did this at the beginning of the podcast talking about different kinds of reading of scripture. So jen jen has been focusing us on really importantly like listening to what the author of genesis has to say and trying to keep keep it there but then we've also talked about a canonical reading scripture. And that's what kyle's bringing up is the belief that the holy spirit is the one who carries along authors authors in intense. What they would right. Whether that be moses writing genesis or paul writing romans therefore we would look as a spirit. believers for connections and themes between authors. Who were writing hundreds or thousands more. Yeah so i think in terms of the textual context I note that in verse one of chapter eight. It says that god sent a wind over the earth in the waters receded. And that's that rua word that we're that we see in genesis one about the spirit hovering over the waters So i think we've seen mention that spirit idea back when the wind begins to blow because that's that's that signifying that the creative that we've had the d. creation and we're about to have the recreation and so if you follow that train of thought and the parallels between this portion and the the creation narrative of genesis one when we get to noah releasing birds into the heavens. You would tie that. To god populating the firmament with the birds of the air So i don't. I'm not trying to remove it from its new testament context. I'm actually really interested to hear how. Jt is now going to bring us to or you..

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04:31 min | 1 year ago

"92" Discussed on Knowing Faith

"I like your language of making the main things to plan things in the plane. Things the main things. I mean jesus has a lot of commentary in the gospels on this account in the main thing that he talks about. And it's this is not a popular topic to talk about god's judgment of sin. I mean this is just if we're talking theological categories. This is clearly god's judgement against centers. Paul says in romans. Six at the wages of sin is death and this is one of those clearest examples where because of the sinfulness and corruption of humanity. And here's what can be a little challenging for us. Yes it was a big boat and yes. It was a water water for a long time. It was a sudden and unexpected judgment against centers that they weren't you know. Just biding their time. Jesus says this. In matthew chapter twenty four he says as it was in the days of noah so it will be again at the coming of the son of man for in the days before the flood people were eating and drinking and marrying and giving in marriage up to the day that noah entered the ark. So he's he's giving this this picture. That people were fine with how they were living yes. They were living in corruption and wickedness and deceit and it was going to lead to death but but they although they knew they were being deceptive they may be had had a sense that god's judgment was so far out in advance and we have time to repent me. You know we can eventually get our lives cleaned up so that we can be in a relationship with god. But jesus says they were giving in marriage to the day that noah enter the arc and they knew nothing about what would happen until the flood came and took them all away. That is how it will be the coming of the son of man. So jesus uses this text to talk about the seriousness of rebellion and sinfulness against god that will lead to death. That will come upon us suddenly. He's saying that there is a coming judgment that that will come again in the future. I think we could talk about this being To use a theological term prolifically like pro brought back to the cross that is coming at the cross but it does also coming in the future revelation. Chapter one and twenty two. Or all of god's enemies will be finally fully destroyed once and for all. This flood comes in unexpectedly upon those who were caught in judgment of. I just remember i. I don't know if this was a sermon. I heard or maybe it was somewhere else. Where like just think about the reality of of people trying to climb into the arc like fingernail scratches like they're being judged because of their rebellion in it is a good and just judgment against their sin but real people died real humans real animals. God's creation was d- created notched in a big picture theological sense but in a real judgmental sense..

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03:14 min | 1 year ago

"92" Discussed on Knowing Faith

"So much longer than we did. I mean i don't know. I think that it's if you think about the command to rule and subdue and be fruitful multiply. It makes sense that if there were fewer humans they would live longer so they would have more opportunity to be fruitful and multiply but I don't know that we need to spend a ton of time. Speculating on it. Also because we got a lot of fled to get through so absolutely absolutely so. Let's be raining it well. We're we're we're about it's about the kyle make it. Rain rain is about to start falling so six hundred years old when the flood waters came upon the earth and so here we are and there is i think a lot of times there's confusion and the next few verses about like how long they're on this boat because a lot of times you'll hear people say well you know it seems like they're on the boat for a short period of time. No they're on the boat for a long period of time. I'm longtime because it says. In the six hundred year of knows life. In the second month we're in chapter seven verse. Eleven on the seventeenth day of the month on that day all the fountains of the great deep burst forth and the windows of the heavens were opened and rain fell upon the earth. Forty days and forty nights. Now i don't know if any of us has a real position to take on this But you know there is a lot. There's a lot of speculation around what this means that the fountain of the great deep burst bursts forth and the windows of the heavens were opened. There's a lot of speculation that you know that The prior to this moment there was essentially a firmament or aquatic enclosure of the world. That's i mean. I'm not crazy like they did you google aquatic enclosure. Got on here. That came right off the top. I'm totally aquarius. I'm like a rapper. Whose free styling. On the noah story right now but aquatic. There's the firmament is essentially like. I'm trying to give an image that makes sense here. It's like a water bubble. The water bubble around the earth and the flood story is essentially the puncturing of the firmament windows of heaven that are busting fourth. And that's why there is such a great that explains the degree of water and the changes to the ecosystem. I gotta say i i. I don't know that. I have a dog in this fight. It seems like what this passage wants me to see is that there was a ton of water water. The oceans are swelling and water is coming from above essentially like here is noah and. Here's all of people. All the people on the earth and all the creatures and waters not just coming from above it's coming from below it is engulfed well and as we mentioned in the in the fraction of this story that we got to in the previous episode. This is d. creation narrative. And so if you remember in genesis one god one of his first acts is to separate the waters from the waters. and so he is recombining. It's all coming. It's all going in reverse right here. So i think that's enough of statement. Press to make about it because The other nice rhythm that's thrown in here to make us think about that account is A keep seeing and god said and then it says..

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05:31 min | 1 year ago

"92" Discussed on Knowing Faith

"Sitting in a training program lecture. And you're teaching on baptism. And you taught through this theme of salvation through the waters of judgment and i had never made those connections between the flood narrative and the red sea in jordan. I think another area that we see over. The course of the bible is a right the righteous one or the righteous man. Asserting order over the chaotic waters noah as a picture of this But so is the lord. Jesus whenever he walks on the water. Yeah even the psalmist is kind of testifying to the psalm. Twenty nine the voice of the lord is over the waters. The god of glory thunders. Lord of many waters this perspective that y'all way and the lord is in control of what seems to be the most uncontrollable force in the ancient world. Which is the chaotic waters. Judgment right And so i do think or even jesus just speaking peace be still over the water so we get some of these themes am the flood narrative. We will talk about You know illusion. Sometimes we'll talk about foreshadowing. I like the us richard Gushes richard bach who talks about Echoes of new. Yeah echoes this idea of a scriptural echoes in the flood has a lot of these over the course of the bible where it just kind of. It's out there. It's it's it's figuring in an important way almost anytime you see water in the bible not all of these teams are always present but a lot of the themes that are present are as john is already mentioned god. Bring order out of chaos. A destruction of god's enemies those young that pharaoh. You see that in this here in the flood narrative. You see that in In the waters of baptism. He's birthing a new people. He's giving them a new identities. Cleansing them from unrighteousness and wickedness. And he's also been placing them in his kingdom in some way in as they inherit this promised land given to abraham whether it's actual land or inheritance that's reserved for us in christ and as a result of all of those things. What do we probably the most important thing that we would think about in terms of biblical theology. Anytime you see. Water is eventually got his dwelling with his people almost immediately after water he is. He is with us in some capacity. That is that was different before these waters of judgment. Let's good that's good so so god tells him hey. I'm going to destroy the earth with a flood. Everything that on the shell die and then in verse eighteen you get the promise of a covenant but i will establish my covenant with you and you shall come into the you your sons your wife and your son's wives with you and with every living thing you get the you get the call here to bring into every sort of animal creature should come into the ark with you and it says in verse. You know it did this. He did all that. God commanded him. So you get this. We don't really have the covenant cut yet that's gonna come after or the covenant keeping or coming covenant making ceremonies going to come after the.

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