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"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on FAITH AS IT IS!

FAITH AS IT IS!

08:12 min | 4 months ago

"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on FAITH AS IT IS!

"Hello everybody and welcome back to faith as with your friends at the wrote and phillips so in today's episode we are going to be discussing the humanity of lot and savior. Jesus christ in our previous episode. We discussed the divinity of our lord so today we are discussing a topic which is just as important his humanity. Why do you think this topic is really important for two main reasons. The first one to know the nature of the god we worship and the second one is to be aware of the fact that allowed and savior understands us weekly stints go through the daily hardships and struggles of our life and we know that our lord is with us in all of these hardships and struggles but we often tend to overlook the fact that a lot is not just with us but he actually understands us. Jesus lived on the sort for thirty three long years. Andy ran through the same hardships and sufferings that we as humans and he is not just with us by these with us and he understands us so before we get into the topic letters. Just see a short word of heaven. Defied do we have got to to learn about the nature of only begotten son. Beef as as we embark upon this johnnie and send you holy spirit upon all of us note the truth of who you are who jesus is and thereby come to faith in our triune. God we make this bed in the name of jesus christ our lord i mean before we go ahead let us define a couple of terms. That is very important to the topic. So what exactly do we mean when we see the dual nature of jesus christ so let us understand the meaning of the word being. So when i see a being what does that really mean a being is a dumb that is used to define the nature of a person's existence so i am a human being. My dog is an animated. Being the plant in my garden is a plant. Being those two are not worth but these bad within the demons in hell the angels that fell from these today they are demonic beings and there is also a godly being so i cannot change my being from becoming human. I cannot become an injury. I cannot become a demon or a plant or an animal i can become like ending or like a demon but that is different from being an angel or demon anthem unduly all things in creation they cannot change their being. The cannot go from becoming one being to another back what about the godly being. God is about this creation. He is the author of all creation. So he isn't bound by the same list that all of us are so. Can god change his being. Yes he can. Anti god became man. The second person of the holy trinity allowed his essence and his substance to be captured in to the form of a human being. Jesus christ so why jesus was on this earth was he human or was he good. He was both he was in the being of god and being of a human act the same thing i in this particular episode. We are not concerned with the divinity of jesus we will only be discussing the humanity of jesus so without further ado. Let's get right into it in hebrew. Jesus is issue which means galloway saves or yahoo. We is salvation. The name excel signifies that he is the only begotten son of the father. The human nature of jesus can be understood in three parts. The first part being the prophecies in the old testament the second part being the book and public life of jesus and the third part is jesus death on the cross so several prophets in the old testament. Prophesy about the incarnation and the coming of our savior. But the very first mention of the incarnation is not a prophecy. Neither does it come from a prophet that though it is a promise given by the second person of the holy trinity in the garden of eden when adam and eve or rather adoum and the woman commits sin by falling into station of this opened. It does the second person of the trinity. Yes it's not the father or the spirit. It started the second person of indeed the son himself who curses all three of them at the same time we know some genesis chapter three verse fifteen. He sees so the lord. God said to this opened. Because you have done this i will put enmity between you and the woman and between your offspring and hurts. He will crush your head and you will strike his he. This is the promise of salvation that there would be somebody who would crush the evil force under his feet. And the evil force would blues the head of this particular of spin by disobeying god's command adam and eve became san full and lost the grease of god to restore the grease and bring forgiveness to god himself had to take the form of man. Various prophets prophesied at different time. The arrival of the son of god god choose abraham isaac jacob judah david and finally maybe and joseph to fulfill this promise now we come to the second part of this particular episode jesus public life and ministry when the in person of the trinity fulfilled his promise and took the form of human being he put aside everything about his godly nature. Paul makes this very clear in his letter to the philippians in the following words. Who being in. The very nature of god did not consider equality with god seem to be used to his own advantage though he made himself nothing like taking the very nature of a servant being made in human likeness and being found in appearance as a man he humbled himself by becoming dench to even debt on a cross that at the very name of jesus every knee should bow in heaven and annoyed and under the earth and every dunk knowledge that jesus christ is good to the glory of god. The father the birth of jesus was prophesied by profits for many isaiah prophesied in isaiah chapter. Seven was fourteen. The virgin will conceive and give birth to a son and wealth gone. Call him emmanuel. Godson was to be born in bethlehem in the city of david. It was prophesied by mica in chapter five was by to you. Bethlehem ephrata though you are small among the plans.

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"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

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06:11 min | 6 months ago

"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

"Romans nine hundred seventeen where we begin tonight. As i said several times as you look at romans nine ten eleven. These are three challenging chapters in the bible. And certainly in the book of romans. We've been talking about. Isaac abraham isaac jacob jacob beneath saw and those two boys god meaty distinction between the two. He chose one over the other. There were some jews who they look at that and even today people would say. Well why do you choose one. Over the other is it. Unrighteous for god that choose one over the other and some people come out with some very wrong conclusions about that. Sometimes you have people thinking in terms of predestination that got arbitrarily chooses one over another. We talked about last time how there are classes of people. And if you're in that particular class. God has predestined people who are in christ to be saved if you decide to associate yourself with people who are in christ. You're going to if you will be predestined. If he decided to associate yourself with people who are outside of christ. The unsaved redeem the followers satan. Then you have made a choice where god said anybody on. This side of the fence is going to be lost. Bearing that in mind combined romans nine seventeen for the scriptures say under farrell for this very purpose that i raised the that i might showing my power and my name might be published abroad in all the earth perceived team so then he had mercy on me wheel and whom he will he hardens. What kind of start there with the latter part of eighteen will tie into texts here from the book of exodus who want to go back to exit seven verse three and also excess chapter five versus wanting to we'll give somebody a minute to get back there but exit seven three and then we'll flip you back who chapters. Somebody want to read for us. All right brand will start you in exodus seven of restraint when you get it. Paul says that. God he has mercy on who he will and then he has condemnation for the people that wills as well he hardens those people. Farrell is given as the example. And let's read a little bit about off here. Let's go back to exit seven adversity rent now. We had no verse. It might sound like god decided that he was going to come against pharaoh. He said. I'm going to harm your heart. That obviously is not going to work out very well. If you're the person that has the hardened heart the person's going to be condemned that was true for farrell. The question then becomes did god. Do this super naturally. Was this something where god said. I don't like you. And therefore you have no freedom of choice. I'm going to automatically continued condemn. You or something else going on if up to turn to chapter five brian if you go back to that first chapter of the first two versus the next five what's have those initial versus read over. The holidays is different. Sound like farrell was able to make his choice make up his mind he was exodus. Five versus one and two if you go back and you start reading through the book about his. Here's what you find. There's sometimes where the bible says gotthard heart. There are times where you find the bottle saying that pharaoh hardened his own heart you can find information about the magicians they hardened pharaoh's heart and you can also find some information As far as the place they also cause pharaoh to hardness art multiple texts there the question then becomes when you look at these at least four different ways of pharaoh's heart being hardened as volvo confused. Did god get it wrong or were there multiple factors. He had free will a lot of things going on and he's able to use his free will to decide about the magicians able to use his free wheel to decide about the plagues able to use his free will when he's presented with the choice and then got of course is able to do all of that as far as hardening by giving him choices and that's exactly what happened. He was presented with options. It happens today dozen when you offer someone a choice when you offer someone. Alternative is that sometimes inclined them to do something or distant klein. Them work like that in life. If you're looking for for car and you go to the lot and the dealer says and this has been something that has happened. Recently the dealer says all right. You're looking at a vehicle. That's twenty thousand dollars but right now we don't have too many vehicles on the walk so we're not going to come down any we're actually going to add seventy five hundred dollars if you want to buy this vehicle so you saw the sticker for twenty thousand but actually twenty thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars now chances. Are that unless you really need that vehicle. What's that going to do you. What's that going to do to you is going to incline. You is going to spur you to make a decision to say. Oh yes. I want the knee hickel or will that having a negative impact on you. I think most people would say no thank you. I'm not interested in that. Twenty thousand was too much for the vehicle. And now you're telling you the long to add on a seventy five hundred dollars surcharge. There is no way whatsoever harden our heart don't we but who did what we did but could also say that the dealer did he certainly contributed. He gave us a scenario that we were told that we were charged. Had to make a decision about and once we got it information. We said no. I will not do that. But what happens if he says. Hey you know twenty thousand dollars is normally what we charge for this and they were willing to pay for the amount of money for the vehicle and he says you know look at the end of the month end of the quarter end of the year i will take seventy five hundred dollars off vehicle now all the sudden you think we might have a different reaction absolutely now it is the same dealer. It is the same car. Everything is the same. Except that seventy five hundred dollar difference so you you change things around a little bit. We have free will in both cases but because we are responding to the circumstances in different ways.

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"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on Strength to Strength

Strength to Strength

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on Strength to Strength

"Or didn't he know was. There was some kind of a test of they. I think the answer is simple that this never needed to happen. In the first place there was no need for the spies to go at all of the spies to travel into canaan. that was the man's idea and not god's idea and that can be illustrated british stumbling so we had started reading in numbers. Thirteen verse one where it says. The lord said to moses send men to spy out the land of keenum which. I'm giving the children of israel but that's not the whole story In deuteronomy chapter one there moses is retelling the story from numbers Deuteronomy almost the entire book is simply Moses topping and inject one he tells the story and tells them are tells his audience. Whoever reads us that god had told moses that they have arrived land is yours and go ticket and that is actually in chapter one of verse. Five where It's us behold the jordan in the land of moab beyond the jordan in the land of moab moses began to explain this lol saying the lord. Our god spoke to us in saying you have dwelt long enough at this mountain. Turn and take your journey and go to the mountain of the rights to all the neighboring places in aruba in the mountains and in the plain to the south into the sea coast to the land of the candidates and to lebanon as far as the great river the river euphrates it hold. I am delivering the land in your presence go. In and inherited the land is worth to your fathers. To abraham isaac jacob give it to them and their seed after them so that's the lord said to them he said. Hey look go in going. And i ate This is the land and then we dropped down dubar bursts twenty and then this is what moses told the people he said then i said to them you have come to the mountains of the emirate which the lord our god is giving us behold the lord your god is delivering the land to you in your presence go up and take it as an inheritance in the manner of the lord god of your fathers spoke to you do not fear or be afraid.

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The Book of Genesis: Looking At The Book Of Beginnings

Knowing Faith

04:31 min | 1 year ago

The Book of Genesis: Looking At The Book Of Beginnings

"Is the book of genesis. Well it's the book beginnings and so it's telling us what happened at the beginning of the story that is going to form the entire arc of the biblical story. But it's important to remember that it's not just telling us what happened in the beginning. It's telling us what god did in the beginning and so it keeps god as the central figure of all of the action and that can actually as we head into this Season that lovey. Who wanna keep top of mind because we start to talk about whereas in the first eleven chapters. We talked about four events Creation fall flood and babble now in the second half of the book which is actually much longer than the first half. We're gonna talk about four. People abraham isaac jacob and joseph. I'm so mad at you right now in this present moment because when you say stuff like that it makes me. Did you have that going into next. Because i have been preparing episode run sheets and not one single time. Have you said we'll call. You know the first eleven chapters are really four events and the next forty eight chapters or thirty eight chapters for people because that would have been a great line from somebody else. I mean come on. It's not like i sit around at night map in this stuff out. Yeah and i'm never up to snuff so it asked the story. Arc moves toward a description of people. We do want to bear in mind that the central figure is still going to be y'all way and how he's acting in the earliest recorded Stories of human history for us so But but again it's a book beginnings meaning that all of the and i think we said last season. The genesis is often referred to succeed. Pot of the bible is where all of those themes wanna see go. All the way through to revelation are being set up for us. So that's what we spent a long time last season and we'll do this season doing is looking for what are those. What are the threads in. How can we begin to see them with greater ease and regularity as we move into the rest of the scriptures us great so okay so genesis book of beginnings first eleven chapters four people. Next section. Twelve through fifty is for events but jt. Why would why would. Why would we spend all this time studying. Yeah i did just get it backwards. And i said it backwards. Genesis eleven four events genesis. Twelve fifty four people in residual. Okay so jt. Why would we spend a whole season studying genesis. I mean like why not. Just get to the good stuff in the new testament and just roll. Yeah so. I mean. One of the things that i i think. The lord's really teaching me right. Now that i'm trying to learn in my ability to be a bible reader and a bible teacher is to see how really the whole story of scripture is in those first three chapters. It's also in those first eleven chapters that we did last semester. It's then it's in the next fifty minutes in the pentateuch. The first five books of the bible that really when you look at genesis to revelation the whole story of scripture which we think forms hold disciples wanted list hopes in this podcast. Is that you just know. The story of the bible may be able to participate in be participants in the story. And you can't. You can't participate in the store. You don't know is that they would see they would see that. The story of the bible really finds its seed form all of its hyper links through the rest of scripture. Here in the book of genesis genesis. I don't want to say that there's any book that's not foundational. We love all sixty six. The bible not including third corinthians kyle but all six bucks at arrival We we need to know. We need to love. Because god has put treasures there for us. But i i i do wanna say this carefully. Genesis is one of those primary pillar books that you don't get it right. It's going to be hard to get the rest of the story right. Yeah i think what you're saying. Jt makes sense. And i think one of the interesting things is when you read. Genesis is with somebody that you're playing and maybe you've also read a gospel or you're helping them read through the gospels. At the same time you start to realize that a lot of the the themes or the The images of the pictures or the the concepts of the theology. That's in genesis. And a really pronounced way is deliberately being communicated in the gospels and that those connections sometimes are really on the

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"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on Knowing Faith

Knowing Faith

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on Knowing Faith

"Maybe they could say well. It's part of the bible abraham's a big deal but like would they really say the call of abraham is the answer to the problems of the world. I don't think so. What could what could this person possibly mean by that. I mean what what they're saying is and this is why we're going to continue through genesis over the rest of the Next semester is. They're saying that. These three verses are perhaps the most important three verses in the entirety of the bible now from a theological perspective. We know that every single verse carries equal important wait. I'm not trying to prioritize some words over the others. What i'm saying is is that what this scholar is. Getting right is. They're saying the rest of the bible marching forward from genesis. Chapter twelve is absolutely fundamentally unintelligible without these three verses like these three verses are the linchpin for cut for for god's redemptive history of covenant moving forward wright rights at this what he says abraham emerges within the structure of genesis as this answer to the plight of all humankind the line of disaster and the curves from through cain through the flood into babble begins to be reversed when god calls abram says in you all the families of the earth shall be blessed so this is the great reversal. This is the beginning of the great redemption. That we've been looking for or god is going to promise to restore all things through one family in ultimately his seed This is you know we talked about those foundational questions. This is an amplified Understanding of the question. What's the solution is going to start to unfold for us. And this is that foundational statement as we'll see you know where the text has now. It's gone from looking at A man and a woman and garden to looking at the whole world being wicked to going to no end his family in a garden to going to the whole world being wicked. It's now going to zoom in on this one man and his line and it's going to stay there that's the way that the text will be for the remainder of the book of genesis. This laser like focus on here comes the seed who will crush the head of the serpent and but there is is a twisting and turning road fraught with surprises and Very equivalent to the most wild soap opera that you've ever tuned into on any channel ever. Oh yeah because when we when we get into genesis. Twelve three fifty. Let me just tell you something. Paul says in romans about abraham but no distrust made him waiver concerning the promise of god but he grew strong in his faith as he gave glory to god. But i gotta tell you I feel like when i read it pretty rosy look at old. Abraham abraham out here listed the guys noble and righteous. But we're going to read all sorts of stuff we're going to read about Protecting is You know we're gonna read out protecting his family we're gonna cover sodom and gomorrah the rescue of lie or going to have to get into milk kizza. Dak we're going to have to get into abraham's traveling through the land that eventually god would give him and give his people I mean there is a lot to do. We're going to get to joseph and a coat of many colors and a sell into slavery. I mean there's a lot that we're going to be covering next season. And i think the reason that genesis twelve is so important for that is i think you're right. Jt this becomes twelve one through three and then in chapter fifteen and eighteen and twenty two as this call is solidified into a covenant cut And then as that covenant cut is then now embodied as an identity marker for the people in the seal of circumcision. I think that as this plays itself out. We get a picture here. That abraham abraham is going to be. I mean everything else. In the old testament is really flowing out of this belonging. Abraham i mean you get the constitution of a new people and you're a yes. I agree with you but not just the old testament then knew for sure. I mean like what i'm saying is just moving forward genesis twelve four to revelation chapter twenty two completely unintelligible without the these of what god is going to do through abraham and his family that absolutely also in in a in a twist that i think will surprise. No-one we will continue to be highlighting. The role that the women are playing in in the text. I think that often as you're going through you know they call this the patriarchal history and it can even give the impression that this is a story that really is. About abraham isaac jacob and joseph that there are some really key female figures that are gonna play in here to what's going on and the idea of baronness and how that relates to god's promise a fruitfulness multiplication those are going to be themes that we'll get to explore as we go through These next Chapters twelve or fifty absolutely. I'm really excited about honestly like it was when we were thinking about the topic for next season. And we're all like yeah what like. Why don't we do genesis. twelve fifty. It was most of the time. Let the listener understand when we talked about a topic. We've had very like we'd be like our to do this. Do this do this. And it's been a lot longer like. Yeah let's just keep going through genesis. Twelve hundred sixty which. I felt like that. It's never that easy so that was awesome. I'm really excited about. I really am and it can be fun to continue to do so. And i just wanna pause and say thank you to the listeners. We don't say this enough but for those you're listening to knowing faith is real like we're really honored than anybody. Listens to this. Tremendously grateful That you surprised and a little surprise but really are. We're tremendously grateful for the fact that you listen. We're honored that you listened that you share it with friends so many of you send us messages about how this how the lord is used this or how the lord is using it and we can't respond to all of those but i just want you to know we're really grateful for that. We're grateful that god has chosen to use this in those ways and Just honored that. You'd stick with us. And so i honestly am more excited about next season than i'm probably a bit about any season that we've had and standing between this season and that is a mega hyun a episode and we and true knowing faith in fashion. It's wheels off. Its wills we did so much better. I was so proud of us. Yeah got through a lot more composed that normally i think also too. We weren't intentionally trying to snipe each other. There are times when i think all of us are a little bit saucy and we're like yeah. All right i'm going to you have for this But now i it'd be really fun so let's hey. You can join the conversation by finding us on social media at knowing faith podcasts. Twitter instagram facebook. You can get a patron dot com and check out some of the stuff we have going on over there if you want a little bit more behind the scene stuff or dedicated newsletter or some unique merch staff And.

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Why Words Matter: How Jewish Hermeneutics Introduces Words

Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

07:39 min | 1 year ago

Why Words Matter: How Jewish Hermeneutics Introduces Words

"Let's talk about a couple of words and how the Jewish language and this would be the final message or the final podcast. If you will in our season one or season two. Yeah. She's in one of the juice of Jesus right season 2 of the podcast, correct? And after this, I think we're going to just dive into the gospels. Oh man. I'm excited about that. Yeah the gospel. Yes Mother season 3 just as a precursor. Just thought oh this out to people will probably come, you know, early 2021. We may kick it off maybe sooner if we're feeling like it, you know gospel. That's that's pretty exciting. NY weight loss. I'm excited about that. No, I just found out interest find out where we're going there. Just get. Okay. So let's take a couple of words. For example, the way the Jewish hermeneutics of hermeneutics is a stud. Art and interpretation of the study of the Bible. Okay. So how do words work and how does God use words? Okay. So let's take let's take the rules. We call it today in modern seminaries or training the rule of first use the rule of first used. They would call it the rule of one or the rule of first. Okay. So basically what they would say is anytime Jewish rabbis would say anytime you see a word introduced in the Hebrew Bible in the Old Testament as we would call it a not a little taller but in the Hebrew Bible whenever a word was introduced first that word sets the tone for how it's used for the rest of the Bible kind of overshadows gives a picture of how this war is going to be used for the rest of the Bible out because when they realize is God in his sovereignty God in his wisdom is giving us a word at a particular point in the encounter of a person wage. Okay. Okay. So I'm going to throw out some words today. So you're going to have to get ready. I'm going to say right now. I'm going to miss every single no no and those listening you can participate as well. Okay play along and do better than me. Okay. So the range of first use we're going to ask the question. When was the word love used who the first time the word love was she in the Bible in the in the Bible Acts? Cannot just throw a book out. Was it Genesis? Yes. Okay. Okay. We're rolling we're rolling now. That was low bar. I gotta say. Okay. Yeah. Well, obviously we're going to go with the big it's a big book too. But oh man, okay in Genesis, so we're narrowing it down. What else what person did it happen in the life of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob Joseph. I like multiple choice as much easier. I'll still get it wrong, but I'm going to go I'm going to go with Josh Abraham was the choice. Maybe I'm going with Abraham. Okay. It's in the life of a party of two for 2 to 4 to now, you've narrowed it down. I get a 75 Rams life is from the 12 chapter 12 Mark wage. All the way until the twenties Sky 25ish. Gotcha. So I have to pick a chat. You gotta pick a chap. Come on a bigger chapter man. I'm going to go with chapter 15 close. It's not even close to each chapter twenty-two. Well the story it's always going to start making sense when you hear this and there's listings with Isaac. Yeah. See I knew the story. You knew this story. I see how the location Genesis 22. Okay. And this is a pivotal Story by the way, if we're talking about the the the pivotal store in the life of Abraham, maybe in the life of the entire Torah is the sacrifice or the offering of Isaac to the Lord because it foreshadows the offering of God son Jesus as the sacrifice. Once it froze powerful. There's so many connections and maybe we'll have time to do that one day but there's so many connections between the two. Okay in Genesis twenty-two the word love is introduced for the very first time and basically what Scholars are saying, is this the way the fog Abraham loved his son was a unconditional sacrificial love that he had where he would do anything for his son and yet God called him to give up the very thing he loved he says his one and only son whom he loved God calls him to give up the very son. He let the one he waited for for twenty-five years the son who stole promise of the Covenant relationship the son who's going to be the descendant for all of the Nations to follow one day this son. Hm the one son and God says that kind of love is the same kind of love I have from my one and only son John chapter 3 verse 16 for God so loved the world history and then say God love to where it says God so loved the world that we had that a lot of translations because this is a this is an amazing love. Yeah. This is a an endless love God so loved the world. He gave us only begotten son and so is dead. She's not in the Greek, but God loved the world. He gave his only begotten son. Whoever believes in him shall not perish. We know that verse. Okay. So the first occurrence of the word love is in Genesis twenty-two and it gives us a picture of or shadowing of Love. Okay, let's do another word. Are you ready for another word? Yes. Second word is going to be the word worship worship now before you think about worship and why you think there's a lot of places in the Old Testament where you can see the word worship and people are worshipping worship doesn't just mean singing. Let's just let's just get that out the way right? We're not talking about worship songs. You can worship through song but that's one of various ways. Yeah, what are some other ways we worship we worship with our time worship with our time to give our time to suffer. Yes, our attention Okay, what else our resources money money? Yeah. I mean, I'm going to go to time talent and treasure just just an easy one. Yeah, the Triple-T that's right. The Triple-T the way we sang. What is there another way we read the Bible dead. We read the Bible. That's an Hour Worship prayers and act of worship serving which already serving is a big one service is the word is the word worship used in Rome is the connection of Romans chapter 12 verse. He says this is your spiritual act of worship or service to God. So service and worship are similar. Okay, and what I mean is worship isn't just an abstract thing worship is an actual wage is something you do in action. Okay. So let's go with worship. What chapter? Well, let's start with the book again. What book is the word worship found in for the first time? I'm going to get a Genesis again. That's a web page doesn't winter a lot of them to go. Can I go with Adam and Eve on this one? Here's another sidebar question you can but hold on, okay. It's interesting that a lot of these words are found in Genesis because the very word Genesis means what in Hebrew who? That's a good question. I don't know the answer to First beginnings beginnings, I think yeah, maybe I did know the answer that I was thinking about the word the word Genesis sit indoors or beginning. I'm not suggesting its birth or beginning. Yes boss. And so basically you have the beginning of all things the beginning of the world the beginning of man the beginning of the nation everything's found in Genesis. Okay, beginning of the language. Okay. So Genesis is good. You're going to go off now. I'm going to go with I'm going to go with a Domani. I'm gonna go that mm. That's going to be wrong. Now my dearie office. Keep going. My next guess is going to be for worship. Is it going to be I guess I'm going to go with Noah long that's going to be a hard note to that's a hard one. That's that's gonna really hard strike. That's right. No, it did probably worship God but not using the word Worsham.

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"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Hornets the Pacific. Northwest. A pandemic always will, what is God trying to tell us I don't know. Maybe. Maybe. It's just nature and of course, you know what? The left I actually said this yesterday online and in some blue checkmark reported maybe it's not God it's climate change. All right then if that's what you say. Deeply unpleasant people some of these reporters just deeply unpleasant people now when we come back Charles Ms Reilly is going to join me. He is a financial expert and he actually has a piece out today. I was not going to talk to you about, and then a buddy of mine sent me his piece and I was like, well, what are you know? I've got him on the phone here at the bottom of the hour prosperity and generosity the biblical roots of capitalism. I'll talk about some of that but also his prior article in defensive capitalism He's a big financier investor type. He knows what he's talking about. I'm actually very I've never talked to Charles ride before I know who he is but never talked to him very interested to the stick around for our conversation. When we come back right here on the eareckson show it is Eric. Erickson here, the full number, eight, seven, seven, nine, seven, Eric Eight seven, seven, nine, seven, three, seven, four to five joining me by phone the other of couple of great columns in the last couple of weeks and the founder of Alpha investor Charles Ms Right who has been involved in Wall Street for forty years Charles. Thank you so much for joining me this morning. Good. Morning. so I wanted to ask you about your your last column and then he my Buddy Matthew sit me this column. You had pinned today in real clear religion about the biblical roots of capitalism and it's a subject fascinates me having been in seminary and often hearing. People, sight back to the Old Testament, there so much there and just wanted to let you talk about this today that the capitalism has actually the ability to trade has been around for a whole lot longer than command and control economies. Yeah it certainly has. It's been around for close to three thousand plus years and the thing that I think that a lot of people miss. Is that well, in the Jewish Bible is not something that's negative in fact. God Blesses Abraham Isaac Jacob and Solomon. With wealth and wealth is not the problem will in how to use it and how to apply it back and put it back to society. That's the. And the and the and the the Bible has so many ways. Of of helping the poor drew agriculture for example, if you're close to six laws, biblical laws on what one must do in terms of having land the corners of the field, for example, can't be harvested. That's for the widow core and on the the the often the gleaning that reapers those dropping Heim that once again goes for the end, the delete society and so on and so forth deals with grapes and immature clusters and Greg set full down in divine The the point is, is that well is a responsibility. And when one has, will they are responsible to help the poor and help them eat it's not sufficient and it's injust to hoard money. and. That was the point I was trying to make in my article. How how is something that is? Just overlook by. Sitting, liberals and those who want to do with capitalism they think capitalism the way they interpret it is to be a cold terrible place and it's not it creates opportunity it takes care of the poor. This country was founded on Judeo Christian values. So our system works and only works it works exceedingly well. Well, you know people on the left I think they would hear you discussing this and they'd say, well, you've got so many of these Wall Street, financiers and Hedge Fund managers in Jeff Bezos and they're hoarding all the wealth. But actually when you look at it, they spend a great deal of that money. Take Bill Gates. For example, spending billions of his own money to help with the research On Corolla virus in buying mosquito netting for countries around the world dealing with with malaria and and we see this time and time again people stepping up in private charity. In fact, I think your prior Article mentioned the percentage of Americans who actually give to nonprofits. It's actually a staggering amount of money that private Americans give to charities without any compulsion from the government to do so. Exactly, you know you bring up some great points and and for example, you mentioned individuals seventy percent of giving seventy percent of all giving two, hundred, eighty, six, billion dollars is by individuals to government doesn't hold a gun to your and say you have to get. The Americans are good people you know by and large. We are a tremendous nation in terms of caring for others when this crisis is throughout the world, it's Americans. Care about what goes on in the world and cares about those who are less fortunate though she don't have and those who are being persecuted. that's that's what I just don't get I I just it doesn't make any sense to me how the facts say one thing and the story of others just distorted overlooks it. You take to your richest people in the World Bill Gates and a more buffet and what do they do they create two, thousand, ten, the giving pledge they over to fellow billionaires and they tell billionaires I want you to sign this pledge that since you're going to give away half of your assets at the time of death to give it back to society and should say. In the last ten years or so. This is a staggering number one point two trillion dollars has been pledged to give back to society Bill Gates you mentioned him that the Gates Foundation, he leaves his company to give. As a full-time job, decrease the Gates Foundation over the past twenty years the gates foundation has given away fifty, four, billion dollars fifty, four, billion dollars it started. Working on on global health challenges to Improve Childhood Vaccines Create New Vaccines, control insects that transmit agents of disease. Is Anyone forcing to do this? No, he feels it's his responsibility because he made so much money credit so much wealth for himself interest. So many others that he needs to give back to society no one told it to do this. This is the right thing to do, and that's what he chose to do. So the rich people, the wealthy people top one percenters they're doing what they're supposed to be doing what their wealth and I just don't get what the other side of the argument is. Well. Let me ask you a question because what are the prevailing theories right now on on millennials and engines e and why they're so. Welcoming of the idea of socialism is that as they were coming into the economy, you had the the two thousand financial situation, a recovery that wasn't much of a recovery, and now we've hit this in and they believed the systems around them in the capital structure that we have this country have failed them and it just it seems to me that one they have no appreciation for what the alternative is. They just think it must be better 'cause they don't see this one is into They actually do have extraordinary amount of opportunity others just untapped potential. I agree with you one hundred percent you know look. this..

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"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on Wrestling with God Show

Wrestling with God Show

14:34 min | 1 year ago

"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on Wrestling with God Show

"God. Show the podcast where we grapple with big questions about faith religion and life. I'm Irish McMahon and I'm here with my friend Irish Catholic priest Father Fatherland McMillan Fatherland Irish. We got a pretty basic question today. Father since this is about life and religion and stuff day. So what is religion? What is it okay? Not Why religion? Yeah no what. What is it we talk about? Why later? What is religion? Well I do like the fact that the word religion means It means relationship to you and God and other people even in the environment So religion is as binding of a relationship. It's a binding of commitment which I know sounds like right out of the dictionary but that's a nice beginning We we should start with the beginning scholars. Actually let's start with the beginning. So here's a really off shoot. So I love Paleolithic and Neolithic Times. Like I'm I know who Caveman Times. Oh okay For the less educated I am that should nerd. I would love to be able to go back to pay Olympic time so I love studying it. I love if anything comes up on especially Neolithic time. But here's the odd part or even the Andhra false not human beings neanderthals but in the beginning was religion. Because people like to say. Oh you know caveman days. They just lived in the caves on hunted. There's no religion is a later invention not true. Not True at all like you. You have these cave paintings of animals and handprints and thirty two symbols. That date back to Paleolithic Time. Old stone-age aren't they used the caves and decorated them with art and musical instruments in these rites of initiation and rights of death outside These caves were often graves. Bury their dead. They had rituals for initiation. Death and throughout Europe are these caves their cathedrals of beautiful artwork just incredible artwork. We always like to think we're so sophisticated. Primitive man was incredibly artistic and had basic instruments but religion combined music and art and astrology. So that unifies human beings together even Neanderthals that amaze meander falls. They had rituals for funerals in the Shannon. Shena car caves in getting strange. Know where where did all this these the stuff on the caves? Where did it come from them? Trying to explain life was no what rites of initiation is a very very educated guess funerals and rites of initiation. So you'd go into the cave child and come out a man so it's a rebirth. It's coming out of the cave. Is this rebirth. The dead are buried outside the caves. in this idea that kind of this rebirth or stonehenge or new grange religion. Was this mix of art and astrology and architecture was incredible but it's its purpose was binding us to each other to initiations to deal with death So just think about this. Religion always existed in the beginning was religion and religion was this mix of storytelling and art and ritual. And all these places there's definitely remains of feasting so it also involves food so it's not like religion is this later invention to control human beings from the beginning we had religion the somehow tied us to a purpose and new birth and even this idea of maturity religion binds us together so fatherland you mentioned in all these caves there were the same thirty two symbols saints yes. I'm thirty two symbols Could you can can you? Would you know what the what do you remember? All thirty two or remember God now okay but there were the same just name a couple just so we can get a sense was about different squiggle broken lines things like that so you had images of animals these thirty two symbols that are found and in the cave clearly there is a plan to it because on one side of the cave. There's male animals on the other side. There's female animals so there's this idea of separation In all these caves you have the same kind of style. So it's not just somebody. Ancient Man wanted him through some paintings on the cave so each of these symbols had some commonly understood meaning to everyone. I mean if if I was part of that group I walked into the cave and I saw symbol. Would I know what it was and what I know what it's telling me. We don't know for sure but clearly if there's the same thirty two symbols used throughout all these caves then they must have had a meeting. They're not random squabbles. and the KS themselves are designed. Were when you have this beautiful work of like a Buffalo. They use the natural shape of the rocks of. There's a bulge Iraq that would be the show shoulder of a bison so when you take the stone lamps and they found some of those in these caves and walk around with it. It looks like all the animals are running. It's incredible artwork so when human beings found the ability to use art with they used it for was religion so in the beginning was religion and religion was expressed with art and symbols. So would those symbols almost like a foreshadowing of the ten commandments. And stuff down. Probably was some sort of hieroglyphics like pre language not like letters but they had some hieroglyphic meaning to them. We don't know what they are. There's guesses but But it's almost like the you know a man's kind of search for meaning and kind of finding meaning in hearing it from God in some way I am bending response a response. It's man's response back to God. They feel this call. This is my interpretation. They fill this call. And there's a response back and not only is there art but they had shamans who's who they had religious leaders who led them So you have order and religious leaders and it's not random it's just man wind cave in Jerusalem paintings. They're beautiful artworks. So it's it's US interpreting what we're hearing from God Yeah you could say that. I suppose this is all I mean. It's kind of evolved over time as what I what I hear you saying. It's God speaking to man and then man responding in some way kind trying to kind of understand what they're hearing and spreading the word so in the in the Catholic Liturgy. I love this. There's always in Catholic and Jewish literature a dialogical response where there's a back and forth of you notice the Lord with you and also with you Always back and forth in Jewish and Catholic Liturgy. So it's listening and it's a dialogue. Religion is not a monologue. It's a dialogue between us and God trying to respond to God and just on these ideas symbols like it does amaze me how the same symbols in the Bible keep being repeated over and over and over and over and develop more meaning like just today as at a funeral and our musicians saying one of the songs was here. I am Lord. Well if you know the Bible well that phrase here I am starts. With Abraham Isaac Jacob they all all made major figures in the Old Testament when they're about to sacrifice themselves for something greater. They say here. I am a set. An accident And so to understand. Just that little tiny three letter phrase here I am. You have to take it. From Abraham and add up all the meanings You take one little symbol in over centuries symbols develop more and more and more so like I often talk about bad religion joke. There's good religion and bad religion. Good religion is one that binds us together. Bad religion is just A structural form for coercion. So give me an example of both so okay so I'll take one of my favorites since we're both of Irish distract extraction distinction. Instant came just. We are always. We're not really action extraction Jake. We're not sure what he is. But anyhow so when Ireland Celtic Ireland was evangelized There's this golden age of spirituality and I think that's a great example of good religion where Ireland religion became this force of both education of unifying and in Celtic village. They would have had hundreds of prayers memorized so when the sun came up. You'd say one prayer lighting a candle. You'd say another prayer blowing out a candle. You'd say another prayer all these rituals. It's in this book called the Carmen de Gala. All with all the the reason was to bring people together to find a bind together somehow all these rich wound him together and it was discovering the presence of God in daily life in the sunrise in some so many of these prayers in sunrise in evening. When you wash your face you do it three times in the name of the Father Son Holy Spirit all these rituals that became this thing that tied all people together tied the village together in the community together in a good way in a good way and tied them to God. So when when you went back to the caveman when you're talking about the Caveman Taylor. Wh I'm I'll just caveman common. Whatever understand sorry about that. You were talking about Qe. We live in caves rich. We had church in caves but so was got involved in miss. So God is always a factor in religion. Even it says in the Bible about ancient times in the Bible even says that they called upon the name of God which is strange even before Abraham had him in the after Adam and Eve humanity was always calling out to God. I like that image even Paleolithic Cave Been Times. It's so easy even a caveman can do it you that there's urge for God and each other and so they wrapped all that urge with a lot of ritual so it sounds like you know that forever. Humans have been trying to kind of figure out where we came from answer. We call here. Yeah an answer this call from this mysterious thing. We call God that binds us together and directs. Our lives okay. We've always been that way now. There has been small experiments without it. You have Soviet Russia but remember what they're not even sure but in Soviet Russia Lenin and Stalin Song killed like some between fourteen and fifty million. I think something like that outstanding. It makes Nazism. Look Tame Their experiment in eighth theism led to a lot of bloodshed or Mao anti religious. They weren't going to have any religion and it who killed eighty million people or the French Revolution says we're we're not gonNA have religion we're gonNA worship rationality well soon. The streets were in blood. My only point. There's at except for a few examples societies and they did not experiments in atheism. Did Not work well. Okay so why is that fatherland? Why did these experiments in atheism go so wrong? What happened? Why did they fail? I'm not a historian but I would say this just looking at it anytime you have Let's say this atheism where there is no higher moral code than my intellect anytime you have some system where I can justify anything. There's no there's no god so I can rationally come up with any reason. I want to do anything and say it's right so if we need to kill a couple million people well. It's the right thing to do so I think we got weed them out..

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"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

Cross Examined Official Podcast

10:28 min | 2 years ago

"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

"Away to take the punishment on himself. And if you look at the Old Testament which is two thirds of the Bible the Hebrew scriptures. It's really the story story of how God works through the Nation of Israel to bring forth. Messiah that's what it's all about so you got creation however far back that was you got out of me. If you've got Noah hello you've got the fall of Adam and eve and then you've got the second fall with regard to the NFL team and you can read all about that in our that's controversial. But there's a passage judge in genesis six versus one to four and right after Genesis six verses one to four. God says we need to destroy this place because these people are evil so now and after Noah you've got a period where you've got the Patriarchs you've got the tower Babylon as I mentioned earlier where God confused the languages and he assigns different elohim. These are not gods they. They're not God capital G. They're small all g their spiritual beans any assigns the Divine Council he is assigned to Divine Council other nations and he decides to work exclusively possibly through Israel to bring forth a messiah. Who's going to be able to save everybody? And bless all nations and so right after you have the Tower of Babel in in genesis eleven in Genesis. Twelve Abraham appears and. He's the patriarch through him. Everybody else is going to be blessed. And then you've got Abraham you've got Isaac you've got Jacob. The whole story of genesis deals with those three main characters from genesis. Twelve on Abraham Isaac Jacob up into Joseph and then you have the slavery in Egypt and ultimately timidly the exodus which begins in fourteen forty six BC now in January. We're going to have tightest Kennedy and archaeologist and Stephen Meyer. We're who is very good at archaeology as well. You know. We've had him on the program for issues related to Intelligent design. But he's also into archaeology. See Those Two gentlemen from the Discovery Institute are going to tell us about new evidence at we'll get into that there's also been an inscription found found that Dr Kennedy himself went to the Sudan to verify. Apparently there's been an inscription found of Y'all way all the way back to fourteen hundred BC which would be the X.'s. It is time in in Sudan. which at that time was probably southern in southern Egypt? I should say anyway. We're going to get into all that later. So you've got the exodus we got characters like Erin. I mean Moses Aaron and Pharaoh you have the forty year wandering I believe they wandered more on a Saudi peninsula in the Sinai Peninsula. I believe the real Mount Sinai as Jabal laws in in Saudi Arabia and by the way Saudi Arabia has just opened up to tourism to that area and we may go in the coming years to Saudi Arabia to see the real Mount Sinai. Stay tuned for that this coming year. We're going to Israel and so from fourteen O six. Which is the conquest where Joshua takes over Jericho which is is just across the Jordan River into the promised land into Canaan which later turned to be Israel? You've got characters Joshua Caleb Rahab and after the conquest there's really from about thirteen seventy five all the way to about ten fifty. You've got three hundred twenty five years. The judges you got characters. Like Gideon Samson Ruth. You've heard these names from the Old Testament these are judges. There's no king there's tribal there's tribes and their governors. I'm governor easy for me to say governing themselves in a tribal way and it's where everyone did what was right in their own is. That's how the book of Judges Judges Ends Until they get king in ten fifty. BC They get a King Saul Saul rules for awhile as you know. David succeeds him and then Solomon elements succeeds. David that lasts until nine thirty one. So what is that one hundred one thousand nine years the Kingdom of Israel from ten fifty BC the two nine thirty one in nine thirty one. There's a split you've got. Israel is the northern kingdom. Judah is the southern kingdom. You've got prophets like Jona. Jose Isaiah they're dealing with the northern kingdom predominantly. You've got other profits dealing with the southern Kingdom mm-hmm people like Daniel Ezekiel Jeremiah. The northern kingdom is destroyed by this Syrians overrun by the Assyrians and seven twenty due to the southern Kingdom Judah less all the way to five eighty six when Nebuchadnezzar and the Persians. Come down the Babylonians come down. And they They take out the city in a five eighty six BC and then you have the exile and they spend seventy years in an exile in Babylon until about five sixteen BC. Then they return they rebuild the walls of the city they rebuild the temple. That's where the Second Temple period begins. And you've got Ezra Nehemiah and esther are some of the key figures in that area right and then about four hundred BC there's a period of silence and that lasts all the way to win. Jesus comes on the scene probably seaborn in about four BC. Okay so I'm giving you the overview of the Bible and the the Messiah comes comes through the bloodline of these major characters in the Old Testament. Particularly if you go to the genealogies geology. Luke traces Christ all the way back to Adam and I think matthew goes all the way back to Abraham and so the bloodline line through which God brings the Messiah to save. The whole world is the Jewish nation and these characters that you read about in the Old Testament demint and it's not until you get to Jesus and the resurrection. Do we learn what our overall mission is so you see. That's the 'em in crime you have creation you have rebellion. You have intervention. Where Jesus comes he takes takes? He takes the sin of the world on himself and then he and then he raises from the dead rises from the dead to prove God and by trusting in him. We can have our sins forgiven. And from that point on the Great Commission is given and we have a mission to tell the whole world about this because we're heading to e attorney that's where we're heddon and there's GonNa be a split. The problem of evil is ultimately going to be solved in this way after Jesus takes evil upon himself. He gives us the opportunity to continue to be with. Jesus which would be to go to heaven and be with him ultimately and be part of his kingdom which will be a recreated heaven and earth by the way we're going to be physical creatures ultimately or we can be separated from him in a place called. Hell that's where eternity entity is heading. Now there's a lot of details that I'm leaving out and we'll get into some of them as we go on here. But that's the overview of the Bible you have creation creation then you have a rebellion and then most of the Bible is talking about the I the intervention you get the mission with the Great Commission Commission in Matthew Twenty eight and then the the books of the Bible after that what are called the epistles deal predominantly with the mission. Shen how do we take. What Christ has told us to do and make disciples of all nations? That's what the epistles are about. And of course course. The book of revelation predominantly is about. What's going to happen ultimately as we get into eternity? That's what the whole Bible Bliss about. Now let's unpack this a little bit further. Jesus is raised from the dead in Luke. Chapter Twenty Four. Here's what happens. He's resurrected he's walking along the road to a May US and the people who you are walking with him. Don't recognize Jesus they basically say something like are you the only one he said. Why are you so dejected? The only ones that don't know what's happened. Ironically Jesus uses was the only one who didn't know what happened and then Jesus says this how foolish you are and how slow of heart to believe all that. The prophets efforts have spoken did not the Christ to suffer these things and then enter his glory and beginning with Moses and all the prophets he explained to them what was said in all the scriptures concerning himself. Wouldn't you have loved her. That wouldn't you of love to hear Jesus explain how the entire Old Testament in a in a microwave pointed to Jesus not every detail but in a macro way that all the scriptures concerning concerning himself that in all the scriptures he explained to them what was said in all the scriptures concerning himself. I would love to have heard that what we can go back. Can we can see what Jesus was talking about when we come back from the break. We're GONNA unpack that a little bit further because the entire scripture the entire the Bible is about resolving this crime that was committed in the beginning and that crime serves as our acronym creation rebellion info intervention mission and eternity. Now if you want to learn more about this kind of thing as I've said before we have these great online courses that were teaching now and you can actually interact with us. Live via zoom video in these premium courses. You just gotTa go to cross examined or click on online courses. We have a new one with.

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"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

09:06 min | 2 years ago

"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Judah I mean they have the same parents right. So you you I mean logically. It doesn't work however this is where they get their whole teaching going from one verse in Deuteronomy Twenty Eight Sixty eight and almost everyone that holds to be. Hi will hold to this. They see this as a prophecy. One of the things. 'cause I always ask someone that's a person is. Can you trace your genealogy back that is how we know a genealogy you is father to father to father the father so on so I would say I'm a Levi because the line can be traced back from my family all the way way back to Levi which go back to Abraham. That's how you do genealogy. So who are the Israelites with the Israelites are those that are of the family of Israel okay. You've Abraham Isaac Jacob Jacob is renamed called Israel and he has twelve twelve sons they each are the twelve tribes of Israel. As I mentioned Judah Dan Levi there's others and you have the tribes bribes of Israel and what you end up seeing here is that they're going to claim that those that were in the African slave trade. It was prophesied prophesied that they would actually be the people who were enslaved. And the argument that they tried to use it is to say that the basically at scripture prophesied of this and I want to read to you in Deuteronomy Twenty eight sixty eight. And I'm going to break this down. I dealt with this in in length in different podcasts debates. I'm going to link all that in the show notes so you can go if you WANNA research more and see this more detail but they take this verse. This is an. I'm going to read this. And the King James for a reason because this is the one that they use and they will not all but majority thirty of them will only use the King James and so I will use the King James for this it says and the Lord shall bring the into not again with ships by the way where of I speak unto the vow shout see it no more again again. And they're ye shall be sold unto your enemies for Bondsman and bond woman and no man will by you and the argument argument they have here is the word ship. They see the word ship as literal that the only thing they see literal in this entire passage Egypt they say means slavery. It doesn't mean Egypt so they'll say that this is then being sold into slavery by ship and they'll argue that there's no time in history ever where where the Israelites. It went into slavery by ship. Now here's the thing you have to notice with this first off. It says Egypt so if the ship is little Egypt would have to be liberal but you also see. They sold themselves onto their enemies but notice no one bought them they were sold and no one paid for them another awards. They sold them cells. Now this is what you do when you're trying to make do you go to a foreign land. Your nation is invaded. You'd go to a foreign land you're going to sell yourself as a slave so you can survive. And that is what we end up seeing did happen in the Assyrian and Babylonian of attacks. When they came into Israel they the oppression that they gave and the the Captivity that they they had the many Jews fled the northern tribe when they series came in fled to the southern tribes some all the way down to Egypt and when the Babylonians came in southern tribes. They fled lettuce well to Egypt and you could look. It is eight fifty two and the first couple of verses because that gives us basically an explanation of that very thing happening and it's it states in there I'm going to start in verse. Four for thus says the Lord Ye have sold your cells for not and ye shall be redeemed without money for thus says the Lord. God My people went down four time into Egypt to sojourn there and the Assyrians oppress them without cause. And so here you have another reference to the same event so so so they would argue. The word ship means they had to come by ship. Now the argument is that yes you can go from Egypt from Israel to Egypt by my land that is true you can. It's quicker though by ship. Some depending where you are and so the argument is that they try to make is that the Israelites likes would never have gone by ship. Only the African slave trades would have sold themselves away. There's a problem isn't there. You See. They didn't sell themselves. They were sold. Sold there were buyers for those slaves so the verse is not a prophecy of the African slave trade. As we've seen Isaiah fifty two that the deuteronomy as this is a prophecy of what did happen to the Israelites when the Assyrians came in and enslave them or took them into captivity. That's what it refers to. So would you. C H is. They're going to argue that they have There in this the only ones in this position that that verse in Deuteronomy could possibly awesome. We talk about the problem with it is that they're going to take that out of its context they're going to take some things literal- when it benefits them some things everything else figured if when it doesn't because Egypt means Egypt I mean that's it's clear from the context. Why because he's talking about a land then he they would see no more and the argument? That end up seeing here is that they want to take one word. Little everything else figurative. Because they want to say this proves they are the Israelites can. And they show their genealogy no they cannot do that so they can't prove that their actual is rights but they just assume it and then what they do. is they build a hatred specifically toward real Israelites and they built a hatred toward whites altogether. And that's what I find so interesting in the way that the media response this. I WANNA play you. How the media ended up responding to this and I'm GonNa play you actual clips of B.? Be H. I. Members and what their real views are and what they think about this stuff groups that would be in support of what we saw in Jersey City and I wanna play that right after this commercial the good news is striving for eternity. Would love to come to your church to spend Stanton two days with your folks aging them biblical Herman Buddha. That's right the art and science of interpreting scripture. The bad news is somebody attending getting might be really upset to discover Jeremiah. Twenty nine eleven should not be their life I to learn more go to striving for eternity dot org to host a Bible interpretation. Tation made easy seminar in your area. Thank you todd. And if more people would follow those principles that they can learn in the Bible Interpretation Reputation Made Easy Seminar. We wouldn't be dealing with the topic we're dealing with today because much of what they're doing is taking things out of context also should mention to you guys let you know. I know if you're interested in going to Israel with us it will be those of us that striving fraternity we'll be joined by Justin Peters. We're going to Israel in March of twenty twenty one on foreign AF- way you can start saving for it. If you put five hundred dollars down today you have 'til next Thanksgiving to cancel. I think all but one hundred dollars. There's there's something is is refundable so you wanted to reserve your seat. Where more than half full we are limiting it to fifty five people? That's IT and once we hit that limit where we're going to be done. We may actually limit it to fifty people so we can get a handicapped bus for Justin. But we're we're having that limit so you make you WANNA make sure you sign up today. Go to twenty twenty one Israel trip dot com. That's twenty twenty one Israel trip dot dot com. You want a once in a lifetime opportunity but when you go you WanNa make sure you get a good guide and go with people that are knowledgeable. And that's what we spend and a lot of time researching to figure out to get a good guide and get set up into places so it costs a little bit but it is a once in a lifetime opportunity if you can make it go go to 2021 Israel trip dot com. We're going to be there for about two weeks so we're GONNA get to see a lot of things. I want to play now what the media had to to say because one of the things I already mentioned the media had a hard time saying these people actually were people that practice.

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"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

09:06 min | 2 years ago

"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

"Judah I mean they have the same parents right. So you you I mean logically. It doesn't work however this is where they get their whole teaching going from one verse in Deuteronomy Twenty Eight Sixty eight and almost everyone that holds to be. Hi will hold to this. They see this as a prophecy. One of the things. 'cause I always ask someone that's a person is. Can you trace your genealogy back that is how we know a genealogy you is father to father to father the father so on so I would say I'm a Levi because the line can be traced back from my family all the way way back to Levi which go back to Abraham. That's how you do genealogy. So who are the Israelites with the Israelites are those that are of the family of Israel okay. You've Abraham Isaac Jacob Jacob is renamed called Israel and he has twelve twelve sons they each are the twelve tribes of Israel. As I mentioned Judah Dan Levi there's others and you have the tribes bribes of Israel and what you end up seeing here is that they're going to claim that those that were in the African slave trade. It was prophesied prophesied that they would actually be the people who were enslaved. And the argument that they tried to use it is to say that the basically at scripture prophesied of this and I want to read to you in Deuteronomy Twenty eight sixty eight. And I'm going to break this down. I dealt with this in in length in different podcasts debates. I'm going to link all that in the show notes so you can go if you WANNA research more and see this more detail but they take this verse. This is an. I'm going to read this. And the King James for a reason because this is the one that they use and they will not all but majority thirty of them will only use the King James and so I will use the King James for this it says and the Lord shall bring the into not again with ships by the way where of I speak unto the vow shout see it no more again again. And they're ye shall be sold unto your enemies for Bondsman and bond woman and no man will by you and the argument argument they have here is the word ship. They see the word ship as literal that the only thing they see literal in this entire passage Egypt they say means slavery. It doesn't mean Egypt so they'll say that this is then being sold into slavery by ship and they'll argue that there's no time in history ever where where the Israelites. It went into slavery by ship. Now here's the thing you have to notice with this first off. It says Egypt so if the ship is little Egypt would have to be liberal but you also see. They sold themselves onto their enemies but notice no one bought them they were sold and no one paid for them another awards. They sold them cells. Now this is what you do when you're trying to make do you go to a foreign land. Your nation is invaded. You'd go to a foreign land you're going to sell yourself as a slave so you can survive. And that is what we end up seeing did happen in the Assyrian and Babylonian of attacks. When they came into Israel they the oppression that they gave and the the Captivity that they they had the many Jews fled the northern tribe when they series came in fled to the southern tribes some all the way down to Egypt and when the Babylonians came in southern tribes. They fled lettuce well to Egypt and you could look. It is eight fifty two and the first couple of verses because that gives us basically an explanation of that very thing happening and it's it states in there I'm going to start in verse. Four for thus says the Lord Ye have sold your cells for not and ye shall be redeemed without money for thus says the Lord. God My people went down four time into Egypt to sojourn there and the Assyrians oppress them without cause. And so here you have another reference to the same event so so so they would argue. The word ship means they had to come by ship. Now the argument is that yes you can go from Egypt from Israel to Egypt by my land that is true you can. It's quicker though by ship. Some depending where you are and so the argument is that they try to make is that the Israelites likes would never have gone by ship. Only the African slave trades would have sold themselves away. There's a problem isn't there. You See. They didn't sell themselves. They were sold. Sold there were buyers for those slaves so the verse is not a prophecy of the African slave trade. As we've seen Isaiah fifty two that the deuteronomy as this is a prophecy of what did happen to the Israelites when the Assyrians came in and enslave them or took them into captivity. That's what it refers to. So would you. C H is. They're going to argue that they have There in this the only ones in this position that that verse in Deuteronomy could possibly awesome. We talk about the problem with it is that they're going to take that out of its context they're going to take some things literal- when it benefits them some things everything else figured if when it doesn't because Egypt means Egypt I mean that's it's clear from the context. Why because he's talking about a land then he they would see no more and the argument? That end up seeing here is that they want to take one word. Little everything else figurative. Because they want to say this proves they are the Israelites can. And they show their genealogy no they cannot do that so they can't prove that their actual is rights but they just assume it and then what they do. is they build a hatred specifically toward real Israelites and they built a hatred toward whites altogether. And that's what I find so interesting in the way that the media response this. I WANNA play you. How the media ended up responding to this and I'm GonNa play you actual clips of B.? Be H. I. Members and what their real views are and what they think about this stuff groups that would be in support of what we saw in Jersey City and I wanna play that right after this commercial the good news is striving for eternity. Would love to come to your church to spend Stanton two days with your folks aging them biblical Herman Buddha. That's right the art and science of interpreting scripture. The bad news is somebody attending getting might be really upset to discover Jeremiah. Twenty nine eleven should not be their life I to learn more go to striving for eternity dot org to host a Bible interpretation. Tation made easy seminar in your area. Thank you todd. And if more people would follow those principles that they can learn in the Bible Interpretation Reputation Made Easy Seminar. We wouldn't be dealing with the topic we're dealing with today because much of what they're doing is taking things out of context also should mention to you guys let you know. I know if you're interested in going to Israel with us it will be those of us that striving fraternity we'll be joined by Justin Peters. We're going to Israel in March of twenty twenty one on foreign AF- way you can start saving for it. If you put five hundred dollars down today you have 'til next Thanksgiving to cancel. I think all but one hundred dollars. There's there's something is is refundable so you wanted to reserve your seat. Where more than half full we are limiting it to fifty five people? That's IT and once we hit that limit where we're going to be done. We may actually limit it to fifty people so we can get a handicapped bus for Justin. But we're we're having that limit so you make you WANNA make sure you sign up today. Go to twenty twenty one Israel trip dot com. That's twenty twenty one Israel trip dot dot com. You want a once in a lifetime opportunity but when you go you WanNa make sure you get a good guide and go with people that are knowledgeable. And that's what we spend and a lot of time researching to figure out to get a good guide and get set up into places so it costs a little bit but it is a once in a lifetime opportunity if you can make it go go to 2021 Israel trip dot com. We're going to be there for about two weeks so we're GONNA get to see a lot of things. I want to play now what the media had to to say because one of the things I already mentioned the media had a hard time saying these people actually were people that practice.

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"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on Magnify Him Together

Magnify Him Together

10:25 min | 2 years ago

"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on Magnify Him Together

"This is our first podcast in our series on the Gospel people of the burning Bush in the word of God. Some of the most beautiful treasures tucked away in the most familiar narratives tips. It's so important that we read the scriptures slowly thoughtfully and prayerfully because it's so easy to overlook the teachings things that are hidden. They're real events recorded recorded in the word are often parables with their own secrets to be discovered. We find a wonderful example of this in exodus chapter three where we read about the call of Moses it says an exodus this chapter three versus one and two that Moses kept the flock of jethro his father-in-law the priest of median and he led the flock to the backside of the desert and came to the mountain of God even to Horrib- and the Angel of the Lord appeared unto him in a flame of fire out of the midst of a Bush and he looked and behold the bush burned with fire and the Bush was not consumed the God of Heaven has revealed his word in many different ways throughout history sometimes through dreams visions prophets and just like here with an angel but have you ever wondered why Y'all way who can do anything decided to reveal feel himself to Moses in a Bush that burned with fire but was not consumed in other words. What does the burning Bush mean. Let's consider the fire first of all. We know that God is love. God is light and our God is a consuming assuming fire. A consuming fire is one of the symbols that the father uses to describe how he operates against those who reject him. It's more than interesting that it's Moses who emphasizes this truth to the children of Israel in Deuteronomy chapter nine at verse three understand stand therefore this day that the Lord God is he which Goethe over before they as a consuming fire he shall destroy them. He shall bring them down before they face so shot. L. Drive them out and destroy them quickly as the Lord said unto the in this place Moses Moses encouraged Israel to trust in you always power to drive out the Canaanites but the children of Israel were not to trust in their own strength or righteousness and so Moses also warned that same generation against becoming spiritual canaanites by adopting their lifestyle even though he knew that their descendants eventually would he says take heed unto yourselves. Lest Ye forget the covenant of the Lord Your God which he made with you and make you a graven image or a lightness of anything which the Lord Thy God Hath Forbidden. For the Lord God is a consuming fire even a jealous Ellis God that's from Deuteronomy Chapter Four versus twenty three and twenty four so this is not just old testament teaching because these these very words are quoted in Hebrews Chapter Twelve Verse Twenty Nine to warn against rejecting the truth that we have come to know in love so so as a consuming fire our God reveals both his goodness and his severity the same consuming fire that destroys his enemies also preserves those who are his people and that's exactly the message that God was about to share with Moses here at the burning Bush Josh. He is a consuming fire but to his people he is a fire not to destroy them by consuming them but to preserve them by purifying them in other words. The people of God dwell with the consuming fire just just like the Bush that Moses turned aside to see this is the good news or the gospel of the burning Bush now now that we see our God in this fire just like Moses does in exodus three. Let's meditate a little more about the bush. Why was it that Moses turned aside verse three says that he wanted to consider this great site why the bushes not burnt it doesn't take long for fire to consume something thing like this thorny. Bush under normal circumstances but these were special circumstances and God was about to act for his people in fact God has already acted for his people by preserving Moses through his whole life to this point under normal circumstances Moses Moses would already have been completely consumed so in a very real sense when Moses looked at that unconsumed Bush he was looking looking at his own reflection. Here's what I need. Take a moment to think about Moses life up to this point. Can you think of a situation that would have consumed and destroyed him under normal or natural circumstances. Even in the little we have recorded about the first just eight years of his life. We have several examples. The Hebrews had slogged through decades of affliction after Joseph's death so much chiefs those that the children of Israel for the children of Israel Egypt was an iron furnace as it says Deuteronomy Four Verse Twenty they suffered as slaves beneath the burdens of their Egyptian taskmasters. We remember how pharaoh feared the incredible growth of the children of Israel and so commanded the wind wise to kill every little boy born to them. y'All way blessed the midwives who defied the decree and the number of the Hebrews continued to increase in the land and so Naro issued a new law which added to an already desperate situation every son that is born born. You shall cast into the river. He said in the midst of this fiery affliction a faithful Levi named AMRAAM and and his wife Jacob Ed has some his little arc floated down the Nile to an area where Pharaoh's daughter stood the daughter of the very very man who issued the decree against the Hebrew children but instead of killing the child she named him Moses and adopted him as her own son forty years later having been faithfully raised long enough by his birth mother Giacobbe for the word of God to take root in his heart. Moses refused to be called the son of Pharaoh's daughter and he left Egypt behind to seek his brethren veteran. Remember what he did. Moses Slough Egyptian who had attacked one of his Hebrew brethren for he supposed it says in acts chapter seventeen verse twenty five that his brethren would have understood how that God by his hand would deliver them but they understood not how encouraging courage in this is to all of God's children who struggled to understand how the father is working in their lives. It must be enough for us to hang onto the truth. We we know for sure in spite of all that we struggle to understand again the next day he showed himself unto them as they strove and would have set them at one again saying Sirsi our brethren. Why do you wrong one to another but his own people rejected him refusing his leadership tip in Moses fled Pharaoh hit also learned of Moses crying and sought to kill him for the next forty years. Moses lived in Michigan as a shepherd where he married a wife and fathered two children Moses never ever forgotten how God had preserved him in his trials. He named one of his sons to commemorate this deliverance by naming him liaison liaison meaning. God is my help because the god of my father said he was mind help and delivered me from the sword of Pharaoh zero looking at the Bush was like Moses looking into the mirror he should have been consumed in Egypt's furnace of Affliction Pharaoh sought his life at his birth but the waters did not overwhelm him he received the name Moses because he was drawn out as his name means he was drawn out of the water and also when he killed the Egyptian Pharaoh could not touch him. Moses recognized that God saved him from Pharaoh he had come out of Egypt unconsumed. The God of Abraham Isaac Jacob was not yet finished with Moses he had a great work to do through him and it wasn't only about the deliverance of Moses himself off it was for the whole nation that had rejected him forty years before and you always said I have surely seen the affliction of my people which are in Egypt chipped and have heard their cry by reason of their task masters for I know their sorrows and I am come down to deliver them out of the hands of the Egyptians options. Moses was the first one experienced deliverance out of Egypt and now he was about to return to deliver his people. Thanks for you're listening. Please join us again next Monday for the next episode in this Series Entitled The Gospel of the Burning Bush on the magnify him together podcast <music>..

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"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of the creator. Rub Briars shouted from inside the nearby stall name of the creator. We heard him fumbling with his pants and ran back to class later as recite with our heads down his punishment, or by briar explained that speaking God's name in the bathroom was also forbidden and then a few weeks later. It's suddenly all clicked began spelling my name with an apostrophe without even thinking my mother stopped writing my name on my lunch bag and my friends stop saying Hello to me in the bathroom. It had been a hassle at the beginning. But now the whole God thing was growing on me. My classmates were named after rabbis and forefathers Abraham Isaac. Jacob. Please I was named after God. So surprised a few days later when I heard Brier in the middle of an exam on the first chapter of Genesis shout. Name of the creator. I turned around expecting to see him standing beside me. But he was on the far side of the classroom. Standing behind Schlomo deaths. Pointing a furious finger at Shlomo test paper name of the creator shouted again. He slapped Shlomo hand grabbed him by the ear and dragged into the front of the class. Schlomo isn't technically a name of God. But it means his Shalom his peace and for some reason that day. Briar decided that was close enough. But instead of feeling relieved that someone else in our classroom would share the burden of a holy name. I was disappointed. It was a pain in the ass being named God. But it was my pain. And it was my ass. Briar handed Shlomo test paper and told me to take him up stairs to show him where the Shamo sparks was. I still didn't quite understand. God's reasoning behind the third commandment of the.

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"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:28 min | 3 years ago

"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on KTOK

"Well point of personal privilege here. At the end of the show last night. A caller call in from Los Angeles. Not a very nice person. And the caller said that I may she'll for Israel. And then went on to say all I do is accused everybody over there on the other side of being part of HAMAs. Then we ran out of time as he was yelling and all the rest. I'm not a show for anybody. But my own country. I may show for the United States of America and proud of it. And I love this country with every fiber. My thing. As did. My father has does my mother as do all the members of my family. My heritage my parents escaped parents, my great grandparents escaped from Russia. During the pogroms. They were so happy to come to this country. They asked for nothing. Except their freedom. And that was everything everything. They didn't March around the streets with the Russian flag. They didn't retain their Russian language is the first language taught in their household. They told their children my grandparents to become Americans. That this is the place of opportunity. Learn english. Be part of the society freedom. Freedom. That's all we need freedom. We'll figure out the rest. For some immigrants. That's the current mentality. But for too many, it's not. That's the danger progressivism identity politics post modernity, call it whatever you want. Now, people are said to have a right to come to America. I write to government benefits a right to this and a right to that. And we don't even have a right to say, no. I've looked at some of the documents a my great grandparents coming through Ellis Island. They had to demonstrate that they were good enough to become Americans. That they had some money in their pocket that they wouldn't be wards of the state. That they had somewhere to go somewhere to live. They would show allegiance only to this country, not the country. They left. And so forth, and so on and they were thrilled to do it. And thank God. They did. Or I wouldn't be here. My kids wouldn't be here. My grandkids wouldn't be here in the greatest country in the face of the earth. We were born here we were lucky. That's fate. I look at this little country Israel. The beginning of so much. That is great about humanity. So much. That is great about humanity. Abraham isaac. Jacob. Moses. Christians called the Old Testament Jews called the bible. And I look I look at HAMAs, and I look at the Palestinian Authority, and I say to myself. What do these terrorist governments contribute to this? Worldwide society. What do they contribute death and mayhem the abused? Their own people. Blood sport. Bloodsport? I'm not a flak for anyone or anything, but liberty. I know right from wrong. I know good from evil. And that's what I stand for good against evil. Liberty against tyranny. I may not always be right? But I'm not far off the Mark. I'm not far off the Mark. You've got three anti-semites who were just elected to the United States, Congress as Democrats. They're praised all over the media there paraded around by the democrat party. Once a Muslim. Whose ancestry? I believe is Somalian and others a Muslim whose ancestry is Palestinian and another. Well. Doc. And I listen to them. I listened to them. They attack our own country. The attack attacker own constitution. They attack our freedom. They attack our constitutional system. They have a deep hearted hatred for this country as they do for Israel. And that's the point. And that's the point. But for that little piece of land over there. There would be no Judaism, there'd be no Christianity. In fact, there'd be no Islam. But for America. I I can't imagine what the world would look like what took place in World War Two with.

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"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:28 min | 3 years ago

"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Point of personal privilege here. At the end of the show last night. A caller call in from Los Angeles. Not a very nice person. And the caller said that I may show for Israel. And then went on to say all I do is accused everybody over there on the other side of being part of HAMAs. Then we ran out of time as he was yelling and all the rest. I'm not a show for anybody. But my own country. I am a show for the United States of America. And I am proud of it. And I love this country with every fiber my being. As did my father. As does my mother as do all the members of my family. My heritage my parents escaped parents, my great grandparents escaped from Russia. During the programs. They were so happy to come to this country. They ask for nothing. Except their freedom. And that was everything everything. It in March around the streets with the Russian flag. They didn't retain their Russian language is the first language taught in their household. They told their children my grandparents to become Americans. This is the place of opportunity. Learn english. Be part of the society freedom. Freedom. That's all we need freedom. We'll figure out the rest. For some immigrants. That's the current mentality. But for too many, it's not. That's the danger progressivism identity politics post modernity, call it whatever you want. Now, people are said to have a right to come to America. I write to government benefits a right to this in a right to that. And we don't even have a right to say, no. I've looked at some of the documents. A my grandparents coming through Ellis Island. They had to demonstrate that they were good enough to become Americans. That they had some money in their pocket that they wouldn't be awards of the state. That they had somewhere to go somewhere to live. That they would show allegiance only to this country, not the country. They left. And so forth, and so on and they were thrilled to do it. And thank God. They did. I wouldn't be here. My kids wouldn't be here. My grandkids wouldn't be here in the greatest country in the face of the earth were born here. We were lucky. That's fate. I look at this little country Israel. The beginning of so much. That is great about humanity. So much. That is great about humanity. Abraham isaac. Jacob. Moses. Christians called the Old Testament Jews called the bible. Then I look I look at HAMAs, and I look at the Palestinian Authority, and I say to myself. What do these terrorist governments contribute to this? Worldwide society. What do they contribute death and mayhem the abused? Their own people. Blood sport. Bloodsport? I'm not a flak for anyone or anything, but liberty. I know right from wrong. I know good from evil. And that's what I stand for good against evil. Liberty against tyranny. I may not always be right? But I'm not far off the Mark. I'm not far off the Mark. You've got three anti-semites who were just elected to the United States, Congress as Democrats. They're praised all over the media there paraded around by the democrat party. One's a Muslim. Whose ancestry? I believe is Somalian and others a Muslim whose ancestry is Palestinian and another. Well, a UK. And I listened to them. I listen to them. They attack our own country. The attacker on constitution. They attack our freedom. They attack our constitutional system. They have a deep hearted hatred for this country as they do for Israel. And that's the point. And that's the point. But for that little piece of land over there. There would be no Judaism, there'd be no Christianity. In fact, there'd be no Islam. But for America. I I can't imagine what the world would look like what took place in World War Two win with China and.

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"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:29 min | 3 years ago

"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Well point of personal privilege here. At the end of the show last night. A call. I called in from Los Angeles. Not a very nice person. And the caller said that I may Schill for Israel. And then went on to say all I do is accused everybody over there on the other side of being part of HAMAs. Then we ran out of time as he was yelling and all the rest. I'm not a show for anybody. But my own country. I may show for the United States of America. And I am proud of it. And I love this country with every fiber my being. As did my father does my mother as do all the members of my family. My heritage my parents escaped parents, my great grandparents escaped from Russia. During the rooms. They were so happy to come to this country. They asked for nothing. Except their freedom. And that was everything everything. He didn't March around the streets with the Russian flag. They didn't retain their Russian language is the first language taught in their household. They told their children my grandparents to become Americans. That this is the place of opportunity. Learn english. Be part of the society freedom. Freedom. That's all we need freedom. We'll figure out the rest. For some immigrants. That's the current mentality. But for too many, it's not. That's the danger of progressivism identity. Politics post modernity, call it whatever you want. Now, people are said to have a right to come to America. I write to government benefits I right to this. And a right to that. And we don't even have a right to say, no. I've looked at some of the documents. My great grandparents coming through Ellis Island. They to demonstrate that they were good enough to become Americans. That they had some money in their pocket. They wouldn't be wards of the state. That they had somewhere to go somewhere to live. That they would show allegiance only to this country, not the country. They left. And so forth, and so on and they were thrilled to do it. And thank God. They did. I wouldn't be here. My kids wouldn't be here. Grand kids wouldn't be here in the greatest country in the face of the earth. We were born here we were lucky. That's fake. I look at this little country Israel. The beginning of so much. That is great about humanity. So much. That is great about humanity. Abraham isaac. Jacob. Moses. Christians called the Old Testament Jews called the bible. And I look I look at how moss and I look at the Palestinian Authority, and I say to myself. What do these terrorists governments contribute to this? Worldwide society. What do they contribute deaths and mayhem the abused? Their own people. Blood sport. Bloodsport? I'm not a flak for anyone or anything, but liberty. I know right from wrong. I know good from evil. And that's what I stand for good against evil. Liberty against tyranny. I may not always be right? But I'm not far off the Mark. I'm not far off the Mark. You've got three anti-semites who were just elected to the United States, Congress as Democrats. They're praised all over the media there paraded around by the democrat party. Once a Muslim. Whose ancestry? I believe is some Mayan and others a Muslim whose ancestry is Palestinian and another. Well. And I listened to them. I listen to them. They attack our own country. He attack our own constitution. They attack our freedom. They attack our constitutional system. They have a deep hearted hatred for this country as they do for Israel. And that's the point. And that's the point. But for that little piece of land over there. There would be no Judaism, there'd be no Christianity. In fact, there'd be no Islam. But for America. I I can't imagine what the world would look like what took place in World War Two with China and Russia today..

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"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:29 min | 3 years ago

"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Well point of personal privilege here. At the end of the show last night. A caller call in from Los Angeles. Not a very nice person. And the caller said that I may Schill for Israel. And then went on to say all I do is accused everybody over there on the other side of being part of HAMAs. Then we ran out of time as he was yelling and all the rest. I'm not a show for anybody. But my own country. I'm show for the United States of America. And I am proud of it. And I love this country with every fiber, my ding. Did my father as does my mother as do all the members of my family? My heritage my parents escaped parents, my great grandparents escaped from Russia. During the grams. They were so happy to come to this country. They asked for nothing. Except their freedom. And that was everything everything. Didn't March around the streets with the Russian flag. They didn't retain their Russian language. The first language taught in their household. They told their children my grandparents to become Americans. This is the place of opportunity. Learn english. Be part of the society freedom. Freedom. That's all we need freedom. We'll figure out the rest. For some immigrants. That's the current mentality. But for too many, it's not. That's the danger progressivism identity politics post modernity, call it whatever you want. Now, people are said to have a right to come to America. A right to government benefits a right to this in a right to that. And we don't even have a right to say, no. I've looked at some of the documents a my great grandparents coming through Ellis Island. They had to demonstrate that they were good enough to become Americans. That they had some money in their pocket that they wouldn't be wards of the state. That they had somewhere to go somewhere to live. That they would show allegiance only to this country, not the country. They left. And so forth, and so on and they were thrilled to do it. And thank God. They did. Her. I wouldn't be here. My kids wouldn't be here. My grandkids wouldn't be here in the greatest country in the face of the earth. We were born here we were lucky. That's fate. I look at this little country Israel. The beginning of so much. That is great about humanity. So much. That is great about humanity. Abraham isaac. Jacob. Moses. Christians called the Old Testament Jews called the bible. And I look I look at HAMAs, and I look at the Palestinian Authority, and I say to myself. What do these terrorist governments contribute to this? Worldwide society. What do they contribute death and mayhem the abused? Their own people. Blood sport. Bloodsport? I'm not a flak for anyone or anything, but liberty. I know right from wrong. I know good from evil. And that's what I stand for good against evil. Liberty against tyranny. I may not always be right? But I'm not far off the Mark. I'm not far off the Mark. He's got three anti-semites who were just elected to the United States, Congress as Democrats. They're praised all over the media there paraded around by the democrat party. Once a Muslim. Whose ancestry? I believe is Somalian and others a Muslim whose ancestry is Palestinian and another. Well. And I listened to them. I listened to them. They attack our own country. The attack our own constitution. They attack our freedom. They attack our constitutional system. They have a deep hearted hatred for this country as they do for Israel. And that's the point. And that's the point. But for that little piece of land over there. There would be no Judaism, there'd be no Christianity. In fact, there'd be no Islam. And but for America. I I can't imagine what the world would look like what took place in World War Two with China and Russia today..

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"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:29 min | 3 years ago

"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on KTOK

"Well pointed personal privilege here. At the end of the show last night. A caller call in from Los Angeles. Not a very nice person. And the caller said that I may she'll for Israel. And then went on to say all I do is accused everybody over there on the other side of being part of HAMAs. Then we ran out of time as he was yelling and all the rest. I'm not a show for anybody. But my own country. I may show for the United States of America. And I am proud of it. And I love this country with every fiber my being. As did my father. As does my mother as do all the members of my family. My heritage my parents escaped parents, my great grandparents escaped from Russia. During the pogroms. They were so happy to come to this country. They asked for nothing. Except their freedom. And that was everything everything. They didn't March around the streets with the Russian flag. They didn't retain their Russian language is the first language taught in their household. They told their children my grandparents to become Americans. This is the place of opportunity. Learn english. Be part of the society freedom. Freedom. That's all we need freedom. We'll figure out the rest. For some immigrants. That's the current mentality. But for too many, it's not. That's the danger progressivism identity politics post modernity, call it whatever you want. Now, people are said to have a right to come to America. I write to government benefits a right to this in a right to that. And we don't even have a right to say, no. And I've looked at some of the documents. A my great grandparents coming through Ellis Island. They had to demonstrate that they were good enough to become Americans. That they had some money in their pocket that they wouldn't be wards of the state. That they had somewhere to go somewhere to live. That they would show allegiance only to this country, not the country. They left. And so forth, and so on and they were thrilled to do it. And thank God. They did. I wouldn't be here. My kids wouldn't be here. My grandkids wouldn't be here in the greatest country in the face of the earth. We were born here we were lucky. That's fate. I look at this little country Israel. The beginning of so much. That is great about humanity. So much is great about humanity. Abraham isaac. Jacob. Moses. Christians called the Old Testament Jews called the bible. And I look I look at HAMAs, and I look at the Palestinian Authority, and I say to myself. What do these terrorist governments contribute to this? Worldwide society. What do they contribute death and mayhem the abused? Their own people. Blood sport. Bloodsport? I'm not a flak for anyone or anything, but liberty. I know right from wrong. I know good from evil. And that's what I stand for good against evil. Liberty against tyranny. I may not always be right? But I'm not far off the Mark. I'm not far off the Mark. You've got three anti-semites who were just elected to the United States, Congress as Democrats. They're praised all over the media there paraded around by the democrat party. Once a Muslim. Whose ancestry? I believe is Somalian and others a Muslim whose ancestry is Palestinian and another. Well. And I listened to them. I listened to them. Hey attack our own country. The attack our own constitution. They attack our freedom. They attack our constitutional system. They have a deep hearted hatred for this country as they do for Israel. And that's the point. And that's the point. But for that little piece of land over there. There would be no Judaism, there'd be no Christianity. In fact, there be no Islam. But for America. I I can't imagine what the world would look like what took place in World War Two with China and Russia today..

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"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:07 min | 3 years ago

"abraham isaac jacob" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Well point of personal privilege here. At the end of the show last night. A caller call in from Los Angeles. Not a very nice person. And the caller said that I am a show for Israel. And then went on to say all I do is accused everybody over there on the other side of being part of HAMAs. Then we ran out of time as he was yelling and all the rest. I'm not a show for anybody. But my own country. I may show for the United States of America. And I am proud of it. And I love this country with every fiber, my ding. As did. My father has does my mother as do all the members of my family. My heritage my parents escaped parents, my great grandparents escaped from Russia. During the programs. They were so happy to come to this country. They asked for nothing. Except their freedom. And that was everything everything. They didn't March around the streets with the Russian flag. They didn't retain their Russian language is the first language taught in their household. They told their children my grandparents to become Americans. This is the place of opportunity. Learn english. Be part of the society freedom. Freedom. That's all we need freedom. We'll figure out the rest. For some immigrants. That's the current mentality. But for too many, it's not. That's the danger progressivism identity politics post modernity, call it whatever you want. Now, people are said to have a right to come to America. A right to government benefits a right to this and a right to that. And we don't have a right to say, no. I've looked at some of the documents a my great grandparents coming through Ellis Island. They had to demonstrate that they were good enough to become Americans. That they had some money in their pocket that they wouldn't be wards of the state. That they had somewhere to go somewhere to live. That they would show allegiance only to this country, not the country. They left. And so forth, and so on and they were thrilled to do it. And thank God. They did. I wouldn't be here. My kids wouldn't be here. My grandkids wouldn't be here in the greatest country in the face of the earth. We were born here we were lucky. That's fate. I look at this little country Israel. The beginning of so much. That is great about humanity. So much. That is great about humanity. Abraham isaac. Jacob. Moses. Christians called the Old Testament Jews called the bible. And I look I look at HAMAs, and I look at the Palestinian Authority, and I say to myself. What do these terrorists governments contribute to this? Worldwide society. What do they contribute deaths than mayhem the abused? Their own people. Blood sport. Bloodsport? I'm not a flak for anyone or anything, but liberty. I know right from wrong. I know good from evil. And that's what I stand for good against evil. Liberty against tyranny. I may not always be right? But I'm not far off the Mark. I'm not far off the Mark. You've got three anti-semites who were just elected to the United States, Congress as Democrats. They're praised all over the media there paraded around by the democrat party. One's a Muslim. Whose ancestry? I believe is Somalian and others a Muslim whose ancestry is Palestinian and another. Well. And I listened to them. I listened to them. They attack our own country. The attack our own constitution. They attack our freedom. They attack our constitutional system. They have a deep hearted hatred for this country as they do for Israel. And that's the point. And that's the point. But.

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