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"absalom" Discussed on The Bible Recap

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"absalom" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"David has sinned and repented but there are still three of the four fold consequences of his sins that have yet to unfold in his life and a lot of happens in today's reading. When you have a palace filled with wives and concubines and children. There's bound to be trouble but David probably never saw today coming Amnon. David's firstborn son falls in love with his half sister Taymor. He talks to his cousin John at Aba about it. Who gives him some advice? That isn't just bad. It's wicked John. Dab Tells Amnon to pretend to be needy so he can pray on Mar and rape. Her Amnon sets the plan in motion and when Taymor tells him no and even tries to reason with him he overpowers her. Lust is impatient selfish. Not Open to reason. This is the opposite of what read about love in. I Corinthians thirteen then Amnon. So-called love turns to hate and he kicks Taymor out. This is doubling down on his wickedness. According to exodus twenty two the law requires him to marry her at least honor her with a bride price. So now he's shirking responsibility. We're starting to see the has perhaps inherited some of his father's worst traits Tae Mars. Life is ruined. No one will marry her now not in this culture so she'll be consigned to live childless and alone as she's morning her situation her brother. Absalom DAVID'S THIRD SON. See she's having a hard time in basically says the worst thing you can say to an upset woman which is calmed down. Absolute doesn't really know how to deal with emotions. Even though he feels lots of them himself in fact he hates Amnon because of what he did and after two years he hatches a plan to murder. Amnon absolute tricks him into coming into a road trip with him gets drunk and has his servants murder. Amnon and here we see the sins of the father. Manifesting in Absalom's life to like his dad. He's giving orders for murder at this point. Absolute is now the oldest living son of David because he just killed the firstborn and apparently the second born had died at some earlier time. David gets a fake news report. That absalom killed all his remaining sons and he mourns. I wonder if his I thought was. This is exactly what Nathan told me would happen. But then Johnny Depp. The one who gave the wicked advice to am non speaks up and tries to smooth things over by saying. Hey calm down. It wasn't all of your son's just one of them. All this calmed down. Talked is infuriating. Absolute knows this won't go over well with his dad so he flees to live with his maternal grandfather among the Trans Jordan tribes. David really misses him and wants to make things right. He's already forgiven. Absolute and his heart probably even feels responsible and maybe even commiserate with absolute is guilt. But the thing is absolute isn't looking to reconcile. He wants to take over. He's waiting for David to die. In fact remember how he tried to convince David to go on the same road trip. David declined. It's likely he was planning to murder David too. So he could slide right onto the throne. Unhindered meanwhile Joab David's nephew and military commander decides to tug on David's heartstrings. Via a little manipulation. He hires an actress to tell David a fake story about having one son who the other so she can segue into telling him to bring them back. David Says Hey did Joel. Put you up to this. And she's like Oh man. I think it's passed to you. Then David Calls Joel Ben and tells him okay bring them home but I will not see him. Absolute comes home but they don't interact with each other at all for two years. Absolute just sits in his house down the street being beautiful and growing his hair. It's too bad locks of love didn't exist back then because he could have been their best donor. He grows five pounds of hair every year after ten. Pounds of hair have come and gone. Absolute tries to summon joab twice. But Joe Absent voicemail. So Absalom Burns down his field in order to get his attention the two year mark really seems to be Absalom's boiling point. It's how long did kill Amnon. And it's how long way to go rogue on the Field Joel asks what he wants an absolute says he just wants to talk to David. Even if David tries to kill him but David doesn't kill him. He kisses him. This is a sign of reconciliation between them. But it's all a ruse on Absalom's part meanwhile he's acquiring a chariot and horses and other signs of wealth and power. He's making strides to take over the throne even undermines David's kingdom by intercepting people who want advice from David and taking their side in every argument so they all fall for his deceptive charisma and his luxurious man. Bun after two more years pass done dente. Absolute ASK DAVID FOR PERMISSION TO GO pay vow but this is all just a cover because he staging a coup. He brings two hundred men and on this plan including David's personal adviser a hit the fell word gets back to David and he an escape from Jerusalem possibly because he may expect that absalom has brought the military on his conspiracy as they flee Jerusalem. David decides to leave the Ark of the covenant behind because he really hopes God will bring him back to Jerusalem eventually he asks a Levi priest and hit the fell to keep him posted on. What's happening but then it gets word that a hit. The fell is a traitor and his team. Absolute here's an interesting sidebar. Hit the fell is Bethsheba his grandfather so it could be that. He's finally seeking revenge for what David did years earlier. David prays that anyone hit the council's won't listen to him and pretty immediately. God brings the answer to the prayer. David just prayed here comes who shy. David's friend David him to subdue a Hitzfeld's advice and keep him posted on what happens and is who shy continues on his journey. He makes it to Jerusalem right as absolute arrives there. Wouldn't you know it? Wow what a day. My God shot in the midst of this family. Feud is God's sweet timing here at the end David has been betrayed by the man who has basically his mentor who has now joined forces with his estranged son and it looks like. David might lose everything on top of that is palace is kingdom even the city named after him but God made David a promise and even though David broke their covenant God is still showing mercy and still honoring his side of things. He's still working out his plan to bring the Messiah through David's line. Despite sin and in the way that only God can he works out the precise timing of having David get news of a hit. The fells betrayal then run into who shy then have who Sharon into EPSOM. It doesn't matter how many people the enemy ropes into his conspiracy. Against God's Plan God's people nothing beats sovereignty. What a relief? 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African Methodist Episcopal Church founded - April 9, 1816

This Day in History Class

03:34 min | 3 months ago

African Methodist Episcopal Church founded - April 9, 1816

"The day was April ninth eighteen sixteen. The African Methodist Episcopal Church was founded the Ame. Church as it's known was the first organized denomination and the US to be formed by black people. The AME church has its roots in the Free African society an organization that provided aid to newly freed black people in the US. Preachers Richard Allen and Absalom Jones as well as other people in Philadelphia forms organization in the seventeen eighty s facing discrimination. At Saint George's Methodist Episcopal Church in Philadelphia. A group of black congregants decided to leave the church. Most of them wanted to affiliate with the Protestant Episcopal Church since they did not want to align with the methodist who persecuted them so the Free African society opened the Saint. Thomas African Episcopal Church with Jones as the head but Allen led a small group of people who wanted to remain this in seventeen ninety four the BETHEL African Methodist Episcopal. Church was dedicated into service in seventeen ninety. Nine Bishop Francis Asbury of the Methodist Episcopal Church ordained Richard Alan. As minister BETHEL's Allan. White Methodist leaders develop the founding document of BETHEL Ame but as membership in the church grew so did tensions between the black people in the church in white authorities. The ladder attempted to limit. Bethel's independence doing things like threatening to prevent her to meetings. They still considered to be an entity that existed within Saint George's and therefore subject to its authority but Alan continued to advocate for African methodist independence. Even as white methodist escalated the tactics that they use to oppose the churches authorities. He turned to an attorney who advised him to add an African supplement to churches founding document. This supplement said that. Bethel's trustees rather than the methodist conference control the Church's property. It also says that if the pastor at Saint George's did not fulfil his preaching and Sacramento obligations. The trustees would call on someone else. On top of Allen's efforts BETHEL members rejected the actions of Saint George's ministers who attempted to assert their authority by eighteen sixteen BETHEL had around fourteen hundred members in the beginning of that year the validity of Allen's African supplement was challenged in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Alan emerged victorious in the case with a court. Affirming BETHEL's independence and Allen's right to self-determination as a pastor James Champion a minister at Bethel Daniel Coker obliged methods in Baltimore wrote a treatise about the rise of African methodism with and Allen encouraged their congregations to form a denomination April ninth eighteen sixteen Allen and coker called it black methodist to meet in Philadelphia. Coker was elected the first bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church but coker either declined the position or resigned and soon Alan was consecrated as the first bishop of the church as more black preachers and parisioners grew tired of dealing with racism and the Methodist Episcopal Church. They withdrew to align with the African methodist by the eighteen fifties. The denomination had reached California and after the civil war and reconstruction years membership in the Ame. Church grew significantly today. The Turks has membership in dozens of countries.

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"absalom" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:46 min | 3 months ago

"absalom" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I'm Ryan Gorman with me this evening Felix Vega and James Berlin there on the board we're talking about the situation at local stories and how they're protecting customers and employees if they're doing a good enough job phone lines are open eight hundred nine six nine ninety three fifty two again the numbers eight hundred nine six nine ninety three fifty two let's go to Jim and clear water now Jim how are you there are you done good thanks for the call there are just gave the Walmart in Clearwater and they're doing a heck of a good job they got people lined up you know this basic stayed away from each other six straight face and they've got a guard at the door making sure the child is blood doesn't exceed the number they want to get in there and I guess have to be bored mask Absalom someone though but but I was sort of mask and gloves just to be on the safe side did they have supplies today have cleaning products toilet paper things like that no they're totally out of place toilet paper any kind of they did have Kleenex I've got some Kleenex with those about it all right and how how many people were there I know they limited the amount of people who can get into the into the store but how many people were there was it was it a big line outside no no no no line at all there was a it was only about I would say maybe forty to fifty people in the store this is the clear water Walmart well.

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"absalom" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

11:08 min | 3 months ago

"absalom" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"As nurses car drivers coffin makers in grave diggers Absalom Jones and Richard Allen religious leaders who would later go on to found the first black churches a Philadelphia African Episcopal Church of St Thomas an African Methodist Episcopal Church respectively describe their experiences volunteers in seventeen ninety three quote at this time the dread that prevailed over people's minds was so general that it was a rare instance to see one neighbor visit another and even friends when they met in the streets were afraid of each other much less what they admitted to their houses this is not the only horror that Absalom Jones and Richard Allen observed they observed horrendous behavior from the fearful citizens of Philadelphia many white people have acted in a manner that would make humanity shudder they said despite doctor rushes steering two hundred and forty African Americans died of yellow fever now the unwilling victims of yellow fever not just the infected children office suffered from a mild case of yellow fever while adults severely suffered the number of orphans increased his parents became casualties of the fever Jones and Alan observe quota woman died we were sent to bury her when I going into the house and taking the coffin in a dear little innocent accosted us with mama is a sleep don't wake her but when she saw us put her in the coffin the distress of the child was so great they're almost overcame us when she demanded why put her mom in the box we didn't know how to answer but committed her to the care of the neighborhood and left her with heavy hearts however result many orphanages were created to meet the growing needs Benjamin rush did find his own treatment for yellow fever by October by blood leeching and purging patients doctor rush decrease mortality in some cases he would remove a very high proportion of blood from the body he often gave calomel a mercury compound as a method to purge the pals there were several doctors and public figures such as journalist William Colbert who attacked his that is Russia's medical practice hope it was the primary political enemy of rush going so far as to calling him a quack a murder he mentally unstable according to Jim Murphy author of the American flag later in eighteen hundred rush would suit coal Belfer liable for the amount of five thousand dollars after which co bell fled the country in disgrace so there is no true cure and a vaccine was not developed until nineteen thirty seven doctor rushes avid conviction to this personal cure gave his pate patience and strength and hope estimated the rush his medical treatment saved over six thousand people this dedication and perseverance to find treatment one point Dr Russian self fellow Leola fear and with his own treatment administered by one of his assistants he became healthy despite a persistent cough Lillian roads comments on opinion of Russia after the outbreak she writes Dr Benjamin Russ whose heroism during the yellow fever epidemic in Philadelphia going seventeen ninety three endeared him even to his political enemy now frost's mid to late October which froze over the stagnant pools of water where mosquitoes breed greatly decrease the incidence of yellow fever infections by November the horrific epidemic was over and residents finally return to their homes and lives those who states such as doctor rush her Absalom Jones to fight the yellow fever we're glorified heroes circuit judge William Bradford after hearing a rushes Dietz road he become the Darling of the common people in his humane fortitude and exertions will render him deservedly dear the only conflict they remain was the cause of the yellow fever plague and whether it was from the filth of the city is rush believe with the opinions of others who argued that the seeds of the disease came from the West Indies as stated by modern author harbor a Bob Marley back soon after the governor of Pennsylvania Thomas Mifflin embrace both ideas called for greater civic cleanliness and stricter quarantines inspection of incoming vessels the yellow fever epidemic of seventeen ninety three forever change Philadelphia though the initial impact was gloom and dread great adaptions were made by the people of Philadelphia hospital's isolation hospitals and orphanages were built political leaders learned the importance of nursing care from the epidemics and attempted to revive it more carefully aggressive attempts were made to improve the city sanitary conditions laws came into existence for homeowners to hold responsibility for cleaning up their property in Murphy stated the governor these cleanliness laws were rather we can generally ignored by all however during the nineteenth century these laws would eventually be enforced a great improvement was made in Philadelphia's water supply following the outbreak waste from pretty pets by products of manufacturing and trash a market seeped into private public wells use for drinking and cooking which result in a what Jim Murphy describes as evil smelling an evil tasting water the citizens of Philadelphia believe that found smelling water could be the cause of health problems in seventeen ninety nine Benjamin Latrobe father American architecture was hired to design and construct Philadelphia's first quarter works in the first quarter system in the United States is water works design remove water from the Schuylkill river by a steam engine pump which pumps the water to a central pump house the central pump house located at the large central square broad and high streets Houston another steam engine pump to lift the water into the huge would reservoirs which use gravity to carry the water to houses and businesses around the city the trouble later went on to design Karen capital of the United States Washington D. C.'s water system ironically he died of yellow fever while constructing the water works of New Orleans in eighteen twenty one of the immediate changes to Philadelphia was the dispersal of residents who lived on the water side of Philadelphia merchants than living on waterfront street moved to reside in western outskirts of Philadelphia the population movement change the growth of Philadelphia away from the waterfront Russian an enormous impact on the growth of medicine and medical care but at the time many other physicians the college of physicians disagree with Russia's belief of the costs so he resigned from the college of physicians has he viewed flawed medical logic and professional jealousy from his peers as stated by Jim Murphy the American award winning author the cause of yellow fever would not be known for another century rush was criticized for his belief that the onus was not imported turns out he was right Tel Aviv tore through the city like wildfire causing death of one six the population remaining the many tried to flee the city the effects of such a devastating epidemic could not be avoided out of the death and decay several of history's greatest doctors such as Benjamin rush became combatants against the plague and consequently advanced medicine on the growth of Philadelphia history Pennsylvania were forever altered by this tragedy which was endorsed by the residents of Philadelphia a little bit of history little bit of context I'll be right back this get yourself a lot more to Plano use code radio for twenty percent off and free shipping at Manske dot com that code radio for twenty percent and Manske dot com winter will show how much liberty and freedom are we going to give up and how much we can expect from our government to follow the rules and regulations that they're supposed to follow as we can use the crisis for I need.

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"absalom" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

07:34 min | 3 months ago

"absalom" Discussed on KNSS

"As nurses car drivers coffin makers in grave diggers Absalom Jones and Richard Allen religious leaders who would later go on to found the first black churches a Philadelphia African Episcopal Church of St Thomas an African Methodist Episcopal Church respectively described their experiences volunteers in seventeen ninety three quote at this time the dread that prevailed over people's minds was so general that it was a rare instance to see one neighbor visit another and even friends when they met in the streets were afraid of each other much less what they admitted to their houses this is not the only horror that Absalom Jones and Richard Allen observed they observed horrendous behavior from the fearful citizens of Philadelphia many white people have acted in a manner that would make humanity shutter they said despite doctor rushes steering two hundred and forty African Americans died of yellow fever now the unwilling victims of yellow fever not just the infected children office suffered from a mild case of yellow fever while adults severely suffered the number of orphans increased his parents became casualties of the fever Jones and Alan observe quota woman died we were sent to bury her when I going into the house and taking the coffin in a dear little innocent accosted us with mama is a sleep don't wake her but when she saw us put her in the coffin the distress of the child was so great that it almost overcame us when she demanded why put her mom in the box we didn't know how to answer but committed her to the care of a neighbor and left her with heavy hearts however result many orphanages recreated to meet the growing needs Benjamin rush did find his own treatment for yellow fever by October by blood leeching and purging patients doctor rush decrease mortality in some cases he would remove a very high proportion of blood from the body he often gave calomel a mercury compound as a method to purge the pals there were several doctors and public figures such as journalist William Colbert who attacked his that is rushes medical practice hope it was the primary political enemy of rush going so far as to calling him a quack a murder he mentally unstable according to Jim Murphy author of the American flag later in eighteen hundred rush which suit coat Belfer liable for the amount of five thousand dollars after which co bell fled the country in disgrace though there is no true cure and a vaccine was not developed until nineteen thirty seven doctor rushes avid conviction to his personal cure gave his pate patience and strength and hope estimated the rush his medical treatment saved over six thousand people this dedication and perseverance to find treatment one point Dr Russian self fella yellow fever and with his own treatment administered by one of his assistants he became healthy despite a persistent cough Lillian roads comments on opinion of Russia after the outbreak she writes Dr Benjamin Russ whose heroism during the yellow fever epidemic in Philadelphia going seventeen ninety three endeared him even to his political enemy now frost's mid to late October which froze over the stagnant pools of water where mosquitoes breed greatly decrease the incidence of yellow fever infections by November the horrific epidemic was over and residents finally return to their homes and lives those who states such as doctor rush her Absalom Jones to fight the yellow fever we're glorified heroes circuit judge William Bradford after hearing a rushes deeds road he has become the Darling of the common people in his humane fortitude and exertions will render him deservedly dear the only conflict they remain was the cause of the yellow fever plague and whether it was from the filth of the city is rush believe with the opinions of others who argued that the seeds of the disease came from the West Indies as stated by modern author harbor Bob Arnot back soon after the governor of Pennsylvania Thomas Mifflin embrace both ideas called for greater civic cleanliness and stricter quarantines inspection of incoming vessels the yellow fever epidemic of seventeen ninety three forever change Philadelphia the the initial impact was gloom and dread great adaptions were made by the people of Philadelphia hospital's isolation hospitals and orphanages were built political leaders learned the importance of nursing care from the epidemics and attempted to revive it more carefully aggressive attempts were made to improve the city sanitary conditions laws came into existence for homeowners to hold responsibility for cleaning up their property in Murphy stated the governor these cleanliness laws were rather we can generally ignored by all however when the nineteenth century these laws would eventually be enforced the great improvement was made in Philadelphia's water supply following the outbreak waste from privy pits by products of manufacturing and trash a market seeped into private public wells use for drinking and cooking which result in a what Jim Murphy describes as evil smelling an evil tasting water the citizens of Philadelphia believe that foul smelling water could be the cause of health problems in seventeen ninety nine Benjamin Latrobe father American architecture was hired to design and construct Philadelphia's first water works in the first quarter system in the United States his water works design remove water from the Schuylkill river by a steam engine pump which pumps the water to a central pump house the central pump house located at the large central square broad and high streets used in another steam engine pump to lift the water into the huge would reservoirs which use gravity to carry the water to houses and businesses around the city the trouble later went on to design Karen capital of the United States Washington D. C.'s water system ironically he died of yellow fever while constructing the water works of New Orleans in eighteen twenty one of the immediate changes to Philadelphia was the dispersal of residents who lived on the water side of Philadelphia merchants than living on waterfront street moved to reside in western outskirts of Philadelphia population movement change the growth of Philadelphia away from the waterfront Russian enormous impact on the growth of medicine and medical care but at the time many other physicians the college of physicians disagree with Russia's belief of the costs so he resigned from the college of physicians has he viewed flawed medical logic and professional jealousy from his peers as stated by Jim Murphy the American award winning author the cause of yellow fever would not be known for another century rush was criticized for his belief that the onus was not important turns out he was right yellow fever tore through the city like wildfire causing death of one six the population remaining the many tried to flee the city the effects of such a devastating epidemic could not be avoided at the death and decay several of history's greatest doctors such as Benjamin rush became combatants against the plague and consequently advanced medicine and the growth of Philadelphia history Pennsylvania were forever altered by this tragedy which was endorsed by the residents of Philadelphia little bit of history little bit of context I'll be right.

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"absalom" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:46 min | 3 months ago

"absalom" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Sick and dying as nurses car drivers coffin makers in grave diggers Absalom Jones and Richard Allen religious leaders who would later go on to found the first black churches of Philadelphia African Episcopal Church of St Thomas an African Methodist Episcopal Church respectively described their experiences volunteers in seventeen ninety three quote at this time the dread that prevailed over people's minds was so general that it was a rare instance to see one neighbor visit another and even friends when they met in the streets were afraid of each other much less what they admitted to their houses this is not the only horror that Absalom Jones and Richard Allen observed they observe horrendous behavior from the fearful citizens of Philadelphia many white people have acted in a manner that would make humanity shutter they said despite doctor rushes theory two hundred and forty African Americans died of yellow fever now the unwilling victims of yellow fever not just the infected children office suffered from a mild case of yellow fever while adults severely suffered the number of orphans increased his parents became casualties of the fever Jones and Alan observe quota woman died we were sent to bury her when I going into the house and taking the coffin in a dear little innocent accosted us with mama is a sleep don't wake her but when she saw us put her in the coffin the distress of the child was so great that it almost overcame us when she demanded why put her mom in the box we didn't know how to answer but committed her to the care of a neighbor left her with heavy hearts however result many orphanages were created to meet the growing needs Benjamin rush did find his own treatment for yellow fever by October by blood leeching and purging patients doctor rush decrease mortality in some cases he would remove a very high proportion of blood from the body he often gave calomel a mercury compound as a method to purge the pals there were several doctors and public figures such as journalist William Colbert who attacked his that is Russia's medical practice well that was the primary political enemy of rash going so far as to calling him a quack a murder he mentally unstable according to Jim Murphy author of the American flag later in eighteen hundred rush which suit coat Belfer liable for the amount of five thousand dollars after which co bell fled the country in disgrace though there is no true cure and a vaccine was not developed until nineteen thirty seven doctor rushes avid conviction to his personal cure gave his pate patience and strength and hope estimated the rush his medical treatment saved over six thousand people this dedication and perseverance to find a treatment one point Dr Russian self sellable yellow fever and with his own treatment administered by one of his assistants he became healthy despite a persistent cough Lillian rose comments on opinion of Russia after the operation writes Dr Benjamin Russ whose heroism during the yellow fever epidemic in Philadelphia going seventeen ninety three endeared him even to his political enemy now frost's mid to late October which froze over the stagnant pools of water where mosquitoes breed greatly decrease the incidence of yellow fever infections by November the horrific epidemic was over and residents finally return to their homes and lives those who states such as doctor rush her Absalom Jones to fight the yellow fever we're glorified heroes circuit judge William Bradford after hearing a rushes Dietz wrote he become the Darling of the common people in his humane fortitude and exertions will render him deservedly dear the only conflict they remain was the cause of the yellow fever plague and whether it was from the filth of the city is rush believe the opinions of others who argued that the seeds of the disease came from the West Indies as stated by modern author harbor at Bob Arnett deck soon after the governor of Pennsylvania Thomas Mifflin embrace both ideas called for greater civic cleanliness and stricter quarantine inspection of incoming vessels the yellow fever epidemic of seventeen ninety three forever change Philadelphia the the initial impact was gloom and dread great adaptions were made by the people of Philadelphia hospital's isolation hospitals and orphanages were built political leaders learned the importance of nursing care from the epidemics and attempted to revive it more carefully aggressive attempts were made to improve the city's sanitary conditions laws came into existence for homeowners to hold responsibility for cleaning up their property in Murphy stated the governor these cleanliness laws were rather we can generally ignored by all however when the nineteenth century these laws would eventually be enforced the great improvement was made in Philadelphia's water supply following the outbreak waste from pretty pets by products of manufacturing and trash a market seeped into private public wells use for drinking and cooking which result in a what Jim Murphy describes as evil smelling an evil tasting water the citizens of Philadelphia believe that foul smelling water could be the cause of health problems in seventeen ninety nine Benjamin Latrobe father American architecture was hired to design and construct Philadelphia's first water works in the first quarter system in the United States his water works design remove water from the Schuylkill river by a steam engine pump which pumps the water to a central pump house the central pump house located at the large central square broad and high streets used in another steam engine pump to lift the water into the huge would reservoirs which use gravity to carry the water to houses and businesses around the city the trouble later went on to design carry capital of the United States Washington DC water system ironically he died of yellow fever while constructing the water works of New Orleans in eighteen twenty one of the immediate changes to Philadelphia was the dispersal of residents who lived on the water side of Philadelphia merchants than living on waterfront street moved to reside in western outskirts of Philadelphia population movement change the growth of Philadelphia away from the waterfront Russian an enormous impact on the growth of medicine and medical care but at the time many other physicians the college of physicians disagree with Russia's belief of the cost so he resigned from the college of physicians has he viewed flawed medical logic of professional jealousy from his peers as stated by Jim Murphy the American award winning author the cause of yellow fever would not be known for another century rush was criticized for his belief that the onus was not imported turns out he was right yellow fever tore through the city like wildfire causing death of one six the population remaining the many tried to flee the city the effects of such a devastating epidemic could not be avoided at the death and decay several of history's greatest doctors such as Benjamin rush became combatants against the plague and consequently advanced medicine the growth of Philadelphia history Pennsylvania were forever altered by this tragedy which was endorsed by the residents of Philadelphia a little bit of history little bit of context I'll be right back in Washington small W. M. A. L. more Washington comes to talk the trading group.

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"absalom" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

09:50 min | 7 months ago

"absalom" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

"The Christian Church the Catholic Church took this December twenty five five day and they said we'll celebrate Jesus on that date it'll make it easier for the Pagans to come to Jesus instead the the Christians to the Pagans so we celebrate by giving giving gifts to one another I so far for this. Christmas have given five gifts away. You know but I gave them to Muslim men and women one one of them was just a pagan not a Christian at all when I gave it to him. I said Jesus bless you. Will you know what happens if Jesus blesses them. That means he'll call them to himself. That's the blessing they need. They need to be called to the Messiah. I'm having a lot of difficulty with this issue of pride. It's not a Christmas story but it is really. It's the story of King. David King David Jesus was born in his lineage. He was called a son of David. So what happened with this David David that would enabled him to be called a man. After God's own heart well I'll share just one quick story with you. It will help set the tone I think for your Christmas celebration. I pray it will or your non celebration whichever you happen to do. I don't personally put up a Christmas Christmas tree. I don't celebrate Christmas as the world celebrates. I believe it's a pagan holiday. And and I'll use it to speak to the loss to the Pagans but it's not a holiday that I respect or love. I love Thanksgiving Day. That's my favourite celebration of the year. But let me tell you this. Very simple story David sinned grossly against God. He had a man murdered. He took a man's wife for zone committed adultery. Of course we have some fifty one is the wonderful contract repentance. Awesome this precious man's heart we humble this heart. The Lord forgave him for sin but said you will suffer suffer the consequences of your sin as it runs. Its course through your family now. Absalom was his son a perfect specimen of men. -Hood Beautiful Long Hair. He shaved it once a year and when he did he weighed it was five pounds. That's a head hair. This young man was a proud and arrogant young man. He had never been corrected by his father had never been disciplined. Perhaps because David felt so bad about his own sin he did not discipline his sons. So Absalom is angry with his brother and he kills him and and then he has to flee joab is instrumental in bringing him back to the king he is brought to the king. The king sees absolute bow down with his face to the ground before him but in his heart he was raging. The King Kissed Absalom and as far as King David was concerned. Absalom was forgiven and restored to the family. But Absalom Salaam had other ideas absalom found fifty men who would run before him his servants yes and he had a horse horses and chariot and he rode behind these men and they shouted make way for Absalom and he would station himself. Outside of town. Leading up to the city gate of Jerusalem and there everyone who came bringing grievance to the King Absalom would call out to him and ask. What city? Are you from Tom and absolutely would say look. Your claims are good and right but the king doesn't have anyone to listen to you so very we. Suddenly he now begins to undercut the king his father and when anyone would have a grievance or dispute Butte he would say look you need someone like me to settle your disputes and then he would reach reach out his hand take hold of the man. He'd kissed him on the Cheek. He ingratiated himself until the day came that absolute decided. He had enough support among the Israelites to rebel against his father and become the king took in four years and at the end of four years. He invites two hundred royal people all to go to Hebron they don't know what's going on but many others also come and there. He declares himself off King of Israel in revolt against his father. Now he invites a hit. Adel who is the chief advisor of the king also the uncle of Bathsheba the woman. Then he committed adultery with and so David now has lost a hip fell who had also been bitter in heart against David for what he had done. David is informed that the hearts parts of the men of Israel are now with absalom which means now there will be a war. David knows what a rebellion is. He has not been ignorant but he is not wanted to confront Absalom and risk breaking relationship but now absolutely absolutely has crossed the bridge. He's gone too far now. I want you to see it David. Response and this is really the story I wanNA share with you not of Absalom. He is not really worth even talking about. He is a Judas is a traitor. He is in every sense. A slimy low life but watch how David Responds because David loves this man. He loves his son. In second. Second Samuel the fifteenth chapter the story. Get Up David said we have to flee or we will not escape from Absalom Absalom leave quickly or he will soon overtake us. In heap disaster on US and strike the city with the edge of the sword will that was not true David could have marshaled an army and defeated absalom. But he knew that had he done that he would have to kill absalom him and he wanted to spare absolute but there was something even much greater much deeper running through David's heart and that was absolute salute whore at what he had done with the Shebaa he was still grieving. Over his sin and rightly rightly so for he had brought great scorn upon the Lord God of Heaven in the name of the Lord and the people. I.

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"absalom" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:32 min | 8 months ago

"absalom" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Sabato the president put his reputation on the line no doubt he'll say the Republican would have lost by even more had he not endorsed him and come in to rally pouring and who knows it's impossible to prove that one way or the other the win for the Democrats comes not long after another Democrat won the Kentucky gubernatorial race this will be a boost for the Democrats it will be a shot in the arm for their activists and every win gives them a doozy Absalom for twenty twenty CBS news update I'm but Michigan WBBM news time six thirty four as the news watcher continues CBS news reporter fin Gomez as some new information regarding attitudes toward the president and other government officials as the impeachment inquiry against president trump continues to grow you spoke with a senior official at the state department state department official if someone will respected individual who really there is a pretty story career and I I think no more than anything it's it's like this this impeachment process sure isn't tipping point where they can where a lot of these like officials at the state department ambassadors diplomats who can finally say like public unit in in a way through these officials that are classifying yeah that they're not the bad guy house speaker Nancy Pelosi will be talking about the impeachment inquiry on CBS's face the nation which you can hear here at eleven thirty also in the news this morning.

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"absalom" Discussed on Backlisted

Backlisted

22:07 min | 9 months ago

"absalom" Discussed on Backlisted

"In commending Andy for one of the most joyous nights of music I've had very very long time Monday yeah I would say but I wouldn't say that if I didn't make enough to have a book of that quality that isn't road it does he's probably by stinging fly I think she's got to Dale now with a UK publishers but it's a really really recommend it's sweethearts the Australian Reuter Thomas Bernhardt who all eighty nine thousand nine hundred nine some of whose books are being republished by favor everyone says about who likes earnhardt's when you read one st another one and they're right I've read seven in a month right he is my adviser dream boats crush is I I I'm just going to read one of the stories a book called the voice imitator one hundred and four storeys by almost Bernhardt very short I wanna read the story disappointed Englishman now that everything is fourth brexit bear that emerge read you this story written written in the nine thousand nine hundred eighty s several Englishman who were in eagled Bhai Mountain Guide in eastern tyrol into climbing the rights in with him was so disappointed after reaching the highest of the three peaks with what nightside offer them on this highest peak that then they're they killed the guide a family man with three children and it seems a deaf wife when however they realize what they had actually done they threw themselves off the peak one after the other after this a newspaper in Birmingham wrote the Birmingham at its most outstanding newspaper publisher it's most extraordinary bank director and its most able undertaker and if that isn't a brexit ethical I don't know that that's not very representative of Thomas Bernhard wanted your love bone hawks so much basically every Thomas John Haubert seems pretty similar to every other Thomas Bernhardt book they all involve single paragraphs every book is one power Ralph pretty much the loser which is the first one that I read is a book about three sparring concert pianists of whom is Glenn Gould and the book is the narrator complaining about what it's been like to have lived for a bit with Glenn Gould and how it ruins the whole of your life if you yourself had aspirations to become a concert pianist Russell there's that one he's another book which is published boy nosing hill additions Mike Policies an accounting johnny would particularly like this one this is a book in which Thomas Bernhard writes essays about the nine literary prizes he has one in his career and why they all stink and why he shouldn't have accepted them there's another one here called old masters this is probably of the ones that I've read is I recommend first and foremost again there's no paragraphs it's man looking at another man in an Austrian art gallery looking at a painting for two hundred pages and it's both Michael Hoffman the Pope Michael Hoffman says about Bernhardt that it's almost but not quite areas that's the most British thing I ever is a term praise it's Roy has this internal rage which reaches a point of hilarity and then keeps going with the kid where you'd save Kate Okay funny not funny funny still payer right it's it's on the it's on the not funny into funny into this is too much right and he needles you any needles you and he presses you never stops and he keeps going there's no our growth breaks and it repeats it repeats it repeats right and it works up this brilliant momentum for repetition and this coined monitoring beat it's like it's where this peptic thing reaches a kind of level of ecstasy it becomes so full of dark energy eighties year one I've read which I love with for instance nephew eh I was talking about this on twitter and Agai codes emblematic was saying it's very interesting with the loser because the lose about blamed Goulden talks about bark quite a lot he said I was sort of interpreting the way the book shifts as like bark variations is almost built in a musical way thinking oh that's really interesting because for me that that motoric that repetitive be is like noise like the group Noy unlike the Drummer Claus thing at one of the three greatest drummers that ever lived relating if you want to know the other two are my verdict is definitive clouds thing the great great class thing I wanted to read something from old masters by my the thing is you have to dig in with pages and pages at time before the magic starts working so what I did was I prepared this home earlier to try and get a shortcut to the to the effect of reading thirty pages burn in in two and a half minutes I have to go to the old moss to to be able to continue to exist precisely to these so-called Austin's to have long that is decades being Horri- me because basically Nothing's more affords me than these so-called Masters here at this museum and Olmos generally all almost acid their names are no matter what they have painted reiter said they keep me alive I walk through the city and I think that I cannot bear living the city any longer and that I not only fair the city any longer to that I cannot bear the whole world and in consequence the whole of mankind because the world old and all mankind of meanwhile becomes so costly that soon they will no longer be bearable at least not for a person such as me. for a man of intellect just for a man of sensitivities like me the world of mankind soon no longer be bearable I no longer find in this world old and among these people anything I appreciate everything in this world these dulwich and everything in this mankind is just as Dulwich this world urban ammo towns have now reached a degree of dull witness which person white myself can no longer afford such person can no longer live in such such a person longer coexist with such a mankind Reggie said everything in this world mankind has been dulled down to the lowest level said everything in this world to sleep such a degree of public danger basically Tallahassee I am finding it well-nigh impossible to go on living even for a single time in this world that in my mind such a degree of low dull witness had not been tossed even by the most clear-sighted things in history not by Schuffenhauer no by Nietzsche not to mention Mantegna Reggie sets as for outstanding poets poets mankind what they predict the world and for mankind in terms of Kline is nothing compared to the actual states oppressed thank you that was full Emma forever from to notify Claus thing in the trump I know the drummer of newly and that was me reading a bit of almost almost Bernhardt. I'm telling you now the whole episode of Bat listed I just have to find the victim to drag on into the studio to do it Yeah the choice I suppose reading some new we read it out over something on the allman brothers aw I know I don't know we'll see but but faulkners writing in the thirties so actually if we want to listen to contemporary music we would be listening to jazz and that's what you know he would have been listening to as far as I know although I don't actually claim to know faulkners musical tastes rather than thinking about musical background though of course it is the liquid background that one really has to think about how I m favorite line of mine from Faulkner's is something he said when he Bourbon right and faulkner said Bourbon I ain't that particular between nothing and Scotch I'll take scotch we're going to see find magic we have a clip relevant to that theme bill mayhew sorry about the water guppy I always have such powerful fast we social lubricant Mr think now it's a little early for me.

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"absalom" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:39 min | 11 months ago

"absalom" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"He didn't he legally but we need to hit these guys to rebound out about the NFL should treat running quarterbacks just like any other runner of a pocket in balance yeah and Absalom would simmer Zimmer's old school with this so then surprised me takes his position but once you leave the pocket you stop being quarterback and you start being a football player yeah that's that's just the Vichy shot you know let's call him between helmet to helmet utterly unnecessary that is that really is a Vichy shot I mean that is square in the face masks man that's dangerous but you know what I mean is a calculated risk and if you go to the vice plays that had you quarterback going out of the pocket by design and not just when things break down then you roll the dice and you're playing with fire and there's only so many protective roles in mechanisms that we could put in place to keep your quarterback upright nobody wants to see anybody get hurt he's absolutely right in that regard but it's football it's the NFL they're big strong men and if you get out of the pocket you think you're running back and you got a little wiggle you deserve to get pop are you in all are yeah yesterday we discussed at length the injured a boogie cousins in the fact the Lakers are considering bringing Dwight Howard back to Los Angeles how does an eight time all star and five time first team all NBA player but hasn't made either either list SO since two thousand fourteen and is averaging just fourteen point again the past four seasons now word is the Lakers are also trying out Joe Kim knows most space and might be considering trying to bring back Marcin Gortat from overseas all the four possibilities Dwight Howard is the best option for the Lakers.

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"absalom" Discussed on The Bible Project

The Bible Project

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"absalom" Discussed on The Bible Project

"Do you fear? God you haven't and you won't take dirty money deal. You'll be judge grew. So notice no nothing about an expert in the laws of the Torah. Sure, it's just someone's personal character is what qualifies them to be a judge in Deuteronomy one. So I took the heads of your tribes wise. Experienced men appointed them as heads over you charged your judges, and what qualifies them less statement there. Don't show partiality you'll hear the small and great alike. You don't fear. Humans. For Justice belongs to God. You can see here. There's nothing about legal education consulting written texts. That could either because it's taking that for granted could be. That's right. Could be. But it's just at least it's noteworthy. Here's another thing. There are narratives is page thirteen and following all these narratives where about actual like legal court scenes in the Old Testament and the decisions being made are either different from the laws in the Torah or contradict the loss of. For example, in second Samuel chapter fourteen after one of his sons Absalom has murdered his other son. I'm none. He's brought before the king and David just excuses Epsom contradicting every single law about manslaughter and murder in the Torah. He just no he doesn't even appeal to. I'm the king. Here's the law. My son's excused you're just like, oh, that's interesting. So maybe not the Torah could be that. He's not following the Torah. But he is the king like, no, there's no nobody gets in his face about it. Yeah. There's no judges around going. No what's written in the law. Apparently at this time in his your history. The king's word of the Law Center, kind of the code of Robbie where the gods appointed me. And I determined the most detailed trial seen in the whole testing. That is in the book, Jeremiah, Jeremiah is being tried before the leaders of his real for announcing that the temples can be destroyed and his defense. He doesn't appeal or quote from the Torah at all. Would he quotes from is a story about another prophet mica who had the same message, and he never got imprisoned. So he's arguing from a lob from precedent? Which is we do that too. It's case law. Yeah. That's right. Yeah. That's right. And then the arguments against him, but the other attorneys they never quote from the Torah. They just say he speaking in the name of y'all way, the always temples going to be destroyed. They have a political accusation that he's prophesying against our city. It's the most detailed courts in full testament and never once the laws of the Torah pulled out or consulted. Requoted? You just have to go like, that's really interesting. And so when judges are praised like Solomon, the famous decision he makes about the two ladies splitting the baby who are both claim the same baby is their son. So he comes up with a clever solution to get one to tell the truth..

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"absalom" Discussed on Knowing Faith

Knowing Faith

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"absalom" Discussed on Knowing Faith

"Jen. He's one of the people that you know, JT English. That's true. Where did he go to some pretty sure it was southern seminary? It was and we have a lot of people that are part of our staff that have either are in programs at southern or have completed programs who southern and we have a ton of our members across a variety of life stages who are currently students at southern Senator because they make it so easy, and so excessive oil, and if you're looking for sue more theological education with an undergrad or masters or even just to get some classes to become a better bible teacher. You can go to southern news website, SP dot EDU, and you can apply using the code knowing faith and have your application fee waived. One of the questions that I always ask is like has this is this the judgment of God has this like, you know, it's not like it says anybody's name here. It says Absalom's they because absolute had done wickedly. Right. And so I think that for some folks there's two temptations you read this, and you go any harm that comes upon his harm that the Lord has brought upon me. But in the context of this story right here. That's not. I think what we're supposed to conclude. We're supposed to conclude absolutes done wickedly. And the Lord is judging absolute and David's house because of the wicked actions of absolute right, and specifically because of their participation in the scheme of redemptive history. Yes, yes. That's what we have to keep coming back to this is not. I don't read the story and go. So then how does this apply to my family is a very special family? And we have we have fought with this tension throughout this text. And it really anytime you're in the Old Testament narratives the stories of Abraham Isaac and Jacob and one of my biggest beefs with the way that. Women in particular the bible as that they're asked to enter into these stories as though their stories now there are there are ways in which we should do that. And especially Taryn, and I've talked a lot about just how to navigate these very difficult stories about the hurt that comes to women. But there has been this tendency to tell women that all of the infertility themes that run throughout there are speaking to our individual stories of infertility as women instead of no, no, these are actually about how God is doing a miraculous thing through the line that he has promised. And so we end up actually causing women to check out of the story because they become so inwardly turned on their own hurt, which is legitimate hurt. And then we've robbed them what the story of the hope that the story does have to offer because we've told them that it's about something that is not its primary concern. It's like it's bible reading one. Oh one. Yeah. It is to come to the Texan understand this is primarily about God the character of God. Then secondarily, there are things that I can learn in context everything in context of what the story is staying in the entire canon of scripture rate, and then to be able to draw up things to learn. But that the primary thrust your is descriptive. That's yes. Yeah. There might be something to learn from these stories principally or like. Wow. That's that's maybe tells me something broadly about who got is how he's working in the world or how he works in the world. But we gotta be very careful, particularly in this Sean row of historical. Yes. One to one. The Lord has the Lord brought harmed apps lem, so anything bad happens to missile or bring harm to me would. Yeah. Would not be good way to read that. And another thing I think I loved what JT said, I think that's what we need to keep telling people as we're navigating these. That's your win from the show. And I think the other piece of it is if we're paying attention to how the stories being given to us just from a literary standpoint both with this story. And with the story of Jacob that we referenced earlier when we see the consequences of whatever that crisis moment was the voice of God and references to God tend to drop out of the text. And that's always something that if you're learning to read Old Testament narrative, you should be paying attention to. It's telling us something about when God is fulfilling a judgment how he is doing it. Because more often than not the way we picture him turning absolute into a little puppet. Like almost possessing his body and making him do every single thing that he wants him to do. But in reality what he does here is what he does when Pharaoh's heart is hardened. I it's that he just steps back and lets Absalom be absolute terrifying. Yeah. That felines call the passive wrath of. The withdrawal divine protection direction. That is terrifying. That we were just learning just reading through experts right now on our bible reading and it comes across with Potter. I not receiving Vero which is scary. So why okay. Like if I want to Rama gave me a good Amish romance. But you know, what I'm saying gross. I'm just saying. That's what sells right. So like. Did you Amish? Know this. You are talking back me up here. I don't read them. No doubt. Are constantly loaning. Okay. So seriously Amish. Exactly. That's what made me thinking but women of the week.

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"absalom" Discussed on Knowing Faith

Knowing Faith

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"absalom" Discussed on Knowing Faith

"Bullies. Like, okay further. You get in the store. You're like, let's burn some more jobs point. You're not really. Yeah. But anyways, he gets he he gets before his dad, and what you don't see in the text is any type of conversation. There's no reconciliation and there's no Justice from days. Right. So absolute because he murdered Amnon. He deserve to die by by the law. He deserved to die. And he technically you should have in. What David doesn't do as I he doesn't enact Justice, and he doesn't enact reconciliation and being pass it. He he it's weird because he moves from being the David of the story of Abba gale and nibble the quick to anger to almost like paralyzed in his he he's actually very similar to Jacob. Genesis after the right. Not surprisingly after the rape of Jacob's daughter Dina. It's a similar pattern to the story where he just. Shuts down because he sees his own guilt in what's happened. And but the pattern that we see with David toward his sons is is over indulgence, even in the way that Amnon treats tame are there is an entitlement that am nine access out of and David does not David. He doesn't just do nothing on the other side of the terrible incident. He had done nothing on the the front side of that other than just say what you know, what do you want? And and so, and that's what will continue. See I mean when when spoiler alert when Absalom dies, you know, David is beside himself, and there's more going on there than just the death of Absalom. Obviously, it's his guilt is all wrapped up in it. And that morning is it is unique on a couple of different levels. Because the and particularly when you see David morning apps Lomb, he it's private and so before he had done he had mourn publicly so with the death of salt Lynn. Jonathan he's basically instructing the people on how to mourn he's putting upon like, it's it is communal in a sense. And there's no theology. There's no theology. And also, even I mean, even as he mourns the death of the newborn is his newborn you see him anoint himself and go into worship. And there is it's our ticket. And here there's there's just nothing articulated in it. And so it's really interesting to see a different David kind of stand up and leave hop over the fence and go away to mourn, and he's he is he's beside himself cannot stop weeping wailing. Well, why is David's family such a mess? David. Yes. And so this is. So was it. Because of Davidson is that why I mean, that's what that's what that's what chapter twelve tells us. Yeah. And so, and I think Taryn, and I've talked about this a lot. One of the reasons that these stories get taught in such wonky ways when you just hear a one off message around them is because they're not connected to the flow of the whole story. And the story of Absalon is cannot be separated from the story the story of apps Lamin Amnon cannot be separated from the story of David and Bethsheba, right? Because what we see in his two sons is an amplification of what we saw in his own personal sin with best Shiba and Urawa, and it is ultimately a fulfillment of. Fulfillment of the promise of God to raise up evil out of the house of David. Yeah. And so it is it is God being faithful to his word and difficult as it is for us to receive that. And that's the hard part of the text is that you are living in the tension between God's promise of blessing in chapter seven and God's promise of cursing in chapter twelve and even to I think the tension of God's sovereignty and man's own sin. Yeah. And they're the juxtaposition of this. You're holding them because this is a product of Davidson, but it is no less Absalom center. Amnon right. So they are countable for those things while this is what is also what God has promised to own a pause on that for a second in. I love free to jump in and second single seventeen fourteen just as an amps loom all the mid of Israel. So the council of the archive is better than council hit. NFL for the Lord had ordained to defeat the good counsel of a hitter fell. So that the Lord might bring harm upon absolute. So when somebody reads this, and I get these questions all the time, we're dealing with the passage like this and then Taryn in. We're just talking about this tension between, you know, God actively intervening and moving things and the responsibility of man said does the Lord actively bring harm to people because when you read verse like this it's like he did this. So that the Lord might bring harm upon absolute than at chafes against our sensibilities, doesn't it? I don't like that verse at all, right? Yeah. I don't either if I'm honest, this is kind of a theological wrestle and struggle for me to even as I've kind of certainly grown to know. The Lord also growing Tope scriptures better too. I think my answers changed. I think early preps days when I would just have emphasized the sovereignty of God outta just said the Lord does what he pleases full stop. Even sometimes attributing things that are genuinely wicked to God and the bible never does that the bible says it got who ex Chesley. Imperfectly? He only does that which is good in beautiful and true. And so one of things we need to think about when we're reading passages like this is win the bible does ascribe these things to God. It's never doing. So in a way that is wicked evil, but as pure imperfect injust it's not an vacuum. That's exactly right. It's happening in the context ministry. It's not God in himself. It's got interacting with simple fallen humidity. Jen.

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"absalom" Discussed on The Bible Binge

The Bible Binge

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"absalom" Discussed on The Bible Binge

"Now. Often, it's like naturally, you're like, hey, this isn't a good idea to sleep with someone who's also my family member the Toro's like I've got your back that I will confirm that's bad. Don't do that very bad thing. Sin. It's cetera don't do that. That's right. That's right. And so, alas, so versus teen than Amazon hated her with very great hatred so that the hatred with which he hated her was greater than the love with which he had loved her. And Emma said to her get go. But she said to him, no, my brother for this wrong and sending me away is greater than the other that you did to me, but he would not listen to her. He called the young man who served him and said, put this woman out of my presence and both the door after her. Now she was wearing a long robe with sleeves for this where the virgin daughters of the king dressed. So his servant put her out and both the door after her and tame our ashes on her head and toward the long robe that she wore. And she laid her hand on her head and went away crying aloud as she went. So it's tough to think about living in a place where someone could be sexually assaulted and like the shame would be hers right sexually assaulted and then also hated for the fact that she was sexually assaulted. Thankfully, that's not the world we live in right now. How shakes are chasm. Thankfully, we've. Evolved to a point where we trees extra salt survivors with respect him. Kidding kidding. Kidding about this too. Is that her two options are. If she gets she's married and gets raped than the rapist is put to death if she is single and a virgin or not, and gets rate, then the rapist has to marry her or he's put to death. Those are the two options. And alas, that's not what either of these options are chosen in? No, it almost feels like I don't. I don't know if intentionally it's written to evoke remembrances of Davidson and of like I did this thing now wanna kill the person associated with it, and I don't want to think about this and we'll just ignore it not go along, but it seems like throughout the sore throat, this five Tatra will read their echoes of what he didn't, how he handled it. Yeah, generation Lee revisited. Unfortunately, I twenty and her brother apps on said to her, has 'em on your brother been with you. Now, hold your peace. My sister, he is your brother do not take this to heart so time. Our lived at desolate woman in her brother Absalom's house because she would have. Put out of the palace because now she's not a virgin when David heard of all these things, he punished Amnon violently because that's what he should have done. That is not. He didn't do that. Let me reverse note. That's not what it was. It says when David heard of all these things, he was angry, what's good? That's a good start. What else? Gimme gimme. The rest of it was virtually too, but Absalon spoke to neither good nor bad for Absalon hated Amnon because he had violated his sister, Tamar, end of punishment. So that's it. So they've just got super mad, probably slam some things, maybe delta somebody well, and just for the record, there are some earlier tax that say that a verse has been excluded here that was left out of later copies of the of the story and it includes the versus says, but he did not and talking about David, but he did not curb the excesses of his son Amnon. He favored him because he was his first born. The interesting thing here is this this will come to a theme within the story of David indulging his children, not dropping the hammer. Do you think this isn't biblical? This is just me reading as a person. Do you think when you experience the death of a young baby? A first first born ish with vast Sheba? Yeah. It tends to make you wanna like just not really drop the hammer on your other kids. Just happy there around well, sure, of course right end you are. You are this anointed king where you think that your lawn, your your legacy is going to be this family in the way you've ruled. And so you're hopeful that you're going to have a legacy through these thirty sons, and let's be honest the time at the time year, your daughters are not valuable, like they're just not. They're not able, they out you, it's, but it's not a big deal. That's right. It's not like it, but like a son, if murder my firstborn, will I just because this would have been within years, like a short amount of time of him, having lost his son with right best Sheba. And so I think you're right. I think you make a good point that like he just makes a lot of bad shoots when he really should have because like she needs a dowry. Will you have it like Mary, Mary, let them get married Abraham. And Sarah did it, let them just get married, clean this up, do something inaction in response to this. And I think the interesting thing is David doesn't really act, but absolute does not not initially internalizes tell. He's like, this will not stand for reason, right? So I, he three after two full years, two full years absolute had sheep shears at bail has war, which is near Ephraim, which would have been about eighteen miles away from Jerusalem and about it. All the king's sons Absalon came to the king and said, beholder servant has sheep shares. Please let the king in servants go with your servant, but the king said to apps lawn, no, my son, let us not all go less. We burdensome to you. He pressed him, but he would not go, but gave him his blessing and then apps on said, well, if not, please brother Amnon. Go with us and the king said him, why should he go with you? But Absalon pressed him until he let an non and all the king's go with him and then absolute commanded servants. Mark when Amnon heart is Mary with Juan in. When I say to you, strike Amnon, then kill him, do not fear have not commanded you be courageous and valiant. So the servants of did to Amnon as Absalon had commanded than all the king's rose and each mounted, his mule and fled. I love that this, I guess it was twenty verse twenty eight very much reflects David being like, hey, Joab gotta go, don't worry. I'm saying it's cool. Just do it. Just make sure happens absolute as completely replicating this symbolic replication of that specific decision is not lost on us. Here this the father, right? Verse thirty while they were on the way news came today, that apps on is struck down all the king signs and not one of them is left not true. Who is that? Messenger fake news Mamand come on in the king, arose on tour his garments, lay on the earth and all his servants who were standing about toward their garments. But Jonah dab, the son of chamois, David's brother said, let not my Lord suppose that they have killed all the young men, the king sons for Iman alone. His dad always a dad with like coming in as Bobby like, don't worry about had that Google going on. He was like, no, no, no. Hope I look at one system. Yeah, for by the command of Absalon this has been termed from the day. He violated his asserts, hey mar, here's the deal. I also love it that that is a snitch active snitching right there. He'd ledger has been telling red headed Bobby every day. I'm gonna kill him. I'm going to murder him in the face. So frigging hard, you will not even believe it. It's so aggressive. And now a quick breaks talk about one of our mazing sponsors. The lay. Are you looking for a new job? Are you frustrated by the lack of options? You should not have to cheese between a traditional job and your personal life. 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"absalom" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"absalom" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"ABC's joy, Danny Miller with more from Jerusalem Moscow's conclusions on the downing of a Russian aircraft prompting Israel to release another statement on the incident, the Russian defense ministry is insisting its military. Lane was used as cover by is really fighter jets causing Syria to mistakenly shoot it down. But the idea of once again says it's F16.'s were back at base from the Russian plane was hit Russia also claiming it was deliberately misled by Israel, which notified them of strikes in northern Syria. But then carried out surprise strikes in the west in lots of Kia Giordano Miller ABC news Jerusalem. Now back to our top story. A Boston police officer shot this afternoon in Boston south end WBZ's. Karyn regal joins us with the very latest on this developing story, Terry good afternoon. Mass Alvis close at Shawmut Absalom, it Abbas where this occur. There is some good news here. I don't have the details of precisely what happened. But I just spoke with the press office the piano public information officer at Boston police who does tell me this officer suffered what can be described as non life threatening injuries. Have you can describe that as good news. We do have an incredible response here in the south end of Boston scores of cruiser, the number of ambulances response, you would expect when an officer is shot I will be going over to the prestige ING area if I can get through the maze of streets that are close to find out a bit more for you in the south end Cameron regal WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty WBZ news time three forty two. We check sports on this Sunday afternoon. Now WBZ's Chris Varma is in the ace hticket dot com sports studio. So patriots. Both in action today. The Red Sox will be in Cleveland to ramp up a three game series with the Indian seven o'clock opening pitch Hector Velazquez on the mound for Boston. Meanwhile, the patriots suit up against former defensive coordinator, Matt Patricia tonight in Detroit the opening kickoff just around eight thirty there. Meantime, the PGA tour championship Tiger Woods on cruise control right now. One under on the day. He's got a five shot lead. Justin rose. Chris Palmer WBZ sports beat prepared for your. Day with the WBZ morning. News morning. I'm Josh binswanger. Lawler puffing, the BBC's WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. WBZ news time three forty three traffic.

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Magnitude 6.2 offshore quake hits west of Oregon: USGS

The Daily Article

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Magnitude 6.2 offshore quake hits west of Oregon: USGS

"Earthquake struck off the coast of Oregon yesterday the earthquake followed an intense week of seismic activity in which the so-called ring of fire was rocked by sixty nine quakes and just forty eight hours. The ring of fire stretches twenty five thousand miles clockwise around the Pacific Ocean from New Zealand to the southern part of South America. Whenever such

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"absalom" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"absalom" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"She stayed and cried most of the time to try to leave the DR through the side exit, which would be the self event, but was then asked to stay Sam staff. Says in the diary. Again, she was told if she self Vicks she will go from one of America's favorite players to being disliked. But if she stays, America will rally for her or being strong and not hate her or her vote. She's leaving the now, but no clue what she's going to do. So as I said, I have a problem with that and I realized it's live television. They're working their magic, and this is not a part of me that's trying to save Bailey. But I mean she is utterly worthless in the house. And I feel like honestly, they're playing with a bomb if she doesn't do this now she's gonna do it later on for somebody else's h. o. h. and make another week, or are you saying that they should have just removed Sam from the game and cancel the fiction tonight? No, I'm saying if they wanted to let her walk, they should have tried to manipulate her by trying to make her think that if she stays America will like her. And if she goes, America will hate her, which is the equivalent of what they told her. If you believe Vegas, which I do. I think the conundrum here is that if she walked on. Fiction night, there is no story there. I mean, I think that that is really the, how do you tell that to the TV audience that Sam just snapped in walked off the show? Well, I mean, I don't know you about Yuliana, but I was already going over in my head. I mean, this is happened before where things have happened right before the election Julius on with a teleprompter and said, you know, right before we went to the live show, Sam decided to sell Vic. She's I right now. Let's listen to her. They could have edited that together in ten fifteen minutes and throwing something together. Absalom come out, talk to her on the live show..

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"absalom" Discussed on The Win with Heather Havenwood

The Win with Heather Havenwood

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"absalom" Discussed on The Win with Heather Havenwood

"Do whatever anonymous dhaka's his boosting the dog but if i say in six i james miller about myself for now well the reality is i don't have any patient so let me learn patience right now i don't wanna learn patients that popular made but i need to learn patience is a when we can ask yourself at everything we do when it comes to the successes we have whatever about resolve incredibly proud of myself i really role this thing out this work really well or winter when something has to go the way we plant what am i alerted boxoffs well i'm learning that i have now no other way to look at something i'm learning that this might maybe it was you focus year i was folks nerve here it gives us a really good template to save what i'm worried about myself right now is a product a stance of same what can i do knacks as opposed to be in this field i'm never going to be able to do this this is another failure under our belts so comes from replace so what can i do versus what why marina i'm not good at so gives you the opportunity to look both directions so that civil arson of what rendering it myself right now allows you to that move forward to take it from us a stumbling block to a step it's a beautiful thing it's a beautiful gift you can give i love that absalom gonna repeat that said his kabila's rebel tibbets you just said wind reframing as the big wind reframing he you said it really quickly but i wanna stop on it reframing is critical when i was talking to a potential client yesterday i said let me reframed that for you let loud me to have you refrain now when i said that she doesn't here it is i making her wrong she's not did it raw issues let me read frame this and see if you can give you a little more power around and that was on the in his second thing you said was asking that question what am i learning about myself i think is a adorable use that patients i have i done.

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"absalom" Discussed on The Win with Heather Havenwood

The Win with Heather Havenwood

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"absalom" Discussed on The Win with Heather Havenwood

"Do whatever anonymous dhaka's his boosting the dog but if i say in six i james miller about myself for now well the reality is i don't have any patient so let me learn patience right now i don't wanna learn patients that popular made but i need to learn patience is a when we can ask yourself at everything we do when it comes to the successes we have whatever about resolve incredibly proud of myself i really role this thing out this work really well or winter when something has to go the way we plant what am i alerted boxoffs well i'm learning that i have now no other way to look at something i'm learning that this might maybe it was you focus year i was folks nerve here it gives us a really good template to save what i'm worried about myself right now is a product a stance of same what can i do knacks as opposed to be in this field i'm never going to be able to do this this is another failure under our belts so comes from replace so what can i do versus what why marina i'm not good at so gives you the opportunity to look both directions so that civil arson of what rendering it myself right now allows you to that move forward to take it from us a stumbling block to a step it's a beautiful thing it's a beautiful gift you can give i love that absalom gonna repeat that said his kabila's rebel tibbets you just said wind reframing as the big wind reframing he you said it really quickly but i wanna stop on it reframing is critical when i was talking to a potential client yesterday i said let me reframed that for you let loud me to have you refrain now when i said that she doesn't here it is i making her wrong she's not did it raw issues let me read frame this and see if you can give you a little more power around and that was on the in his second thing you said was asking that question what am i learning about myself i think is a adorable use that patients i have i done.

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