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"america bible" Discussed on No Jumper
"That influences your perspective on this a bit. Because i feel like the issue of people now really being able to link up and mary or whatever that that problem is more of a problem on the coast in the big cities. If gonna small town people still have a bit of that Understanding that linking up with somebody's on your level makes more sense. But i'm guessing you're also sort of seen that mentality seep into smaller areas out from oklahoma city and i was so that's mill america bible belt and i was raised in a church baptized five. Then we went from baptist to christian church of god in christ that some of the most fundamentalists fire and brimstone so that informs apart the now also come from a blue collar. Factory family family was domestics that salt-of-the-earth you know people live from there moved to texas. I moved to houston doused into new york city. Now go to the big city and the you know i started to see an entirely different dating scenario biggest city more options more money. But what i'm starting to realize is when i go back to oklahoma. They're even having these issues. You know something like why is this creeping into the middle of america. Why do you have women in tulsa adam at this last week i in little rock little rock. Come on. No no disrespect on instagram. Just like everybody else so they end up taking on a lot of the same ideas right. Mississippi arkansas louisiana states on this statistically usually at the bottom for a lot of categories. And i might ma'am here in little rock and the mid thirties. You and you wanna man making on the the like what are you talking about this. Like eight guys. Especially they're making that much money's damn near impossible so and i and i use a lot of facts. A lot of data lasted six. And i have a mathematical mind so i can actually take that stuff in injected into a conversation and make it make sense like i did. I an example one day was you'd roughly looking for less than seven point five million women looking for roughly less than two hundred thousand men and that's just in our community. I oh mike yeah and what it does is it starting to really crystallize. Do you really want that or do you just want to be safe. And that's what i find most women won't they think safety insecurities coming in money and what it really comes in. And having the something that's unique between one man and one woman there will always be an understanding and relationship to no one else will understand but those two will in it works for them. That's why you get fifty years. We don't get that anymore. We're still trying to get these things in hoping that makes us last longer. Just makes you look better way to break up. I hear that You know it's interesting because sometimes it feels like within hip hop or you know black entertainment or whatever that a lot of times they won't the media perhaps wants the liberal attitude the leftist attitude to be sort of the default attitude. Then i think more often than not it seems like it's so many more along your lines really kind of the center of the conversation like the average person watching this content probably falls in line a lot closer with your way of you in the world versus the sort of myth that has been spun about everybody in that community wanting to hear sort of woke propaganda all the time and then somebody comes out novice sudden you get a huge fan base seemingly overnight and it kind of is as right. I mean what do you think. Do you think what i did. is you know. I did a lot of a lot of work and research and polling and stuff behind the scenes. I kept asking myself. Why is it in a black man. We can't seem to make families like we used to. We usually made it to eighty percent in the height of segregation and jim crow. In the worst parts of the racial bible we were made at a rate of eighty percent. We had churches and families and communities and also the stuff but now we are numbers. We'd like the tip of the spear. We can't seem to get it together. What's going on and we were saying. Well it's it's the marital -struction of family court. I'm like well wait a minute. Other folks are doing this. Why can't we asked a lot of questions. One thing that used to keep coming up is this whole high-value man thing high-value man. So what i did is i said all right. What does that mean. I went and defined. It can't just be money. And i said what men across time across any region across any country. Any system of government have separated themselves from other men and what are the characteristically she'd and i defined by making a certain amount of money over a certain link. The time being accepted acknowledged as a high value man by other high value or having the potential to be in the group because like a little fraternity. You guys having a network of high value meaning other people And then being useful to others and the group so guys like that are always in demand whether or not they're hundred thousand or one hundred or one hundred million. And i said all right well. Women tend to say they wanted a man. They wanted this. They wanted these things because the money is cool. But if it's an anchorage. Alaska name doing you any good. Because you can't be seen doing these things it'd be have no connections. You can't have you know influence over other women and that was. What really was the callous. When i started defining the term and asking ladies. Well what do you want. And they were saying they want this. I'm like all right. Well you do realize that's rare right and you can't be this at thirty years old typically because who makes that kind of money over three to five year timeframe and all these other criteria. That's what really started doing. And one thing. I also did as i said all right. No disrespect to my friends in athletics. Entertainment or music but their money comes differently I wanna talk about a business class. So i am because often get war rappers and actors. Are they value like they make a lot of money. Bu- high value is this. So now we start talking about men who make this and they do tend to lean more traditional. They want more traditional outcomes. They want okay. They wanna there's a. You're going to have to be married in. Bring your wife to the company christmas party or you want somebody who's going to be able to you know. Raise their children right. And when you on the road driving a truck for you know four days a week and it's not the liberal quote unquote narrative..
"america bible" Discussed on Cults
"Explained the visitation lord royal claimed that he traveled to earth by spacecraft and that he was actually the second coming of jesus christ in his words. This is what happened. When his holy spirit descended from the clouds in the middle east it entered our realm with a flash like lightning and instantly traveled to the west to join with the son of man. Rai l. but the prevailing opinion from such sources as discover magazine and light science was that the phenomenon was merely a hoax. One factor is that aside from whomever the unknown videographer was. No one else. In jerusalem reported seeing this very bright an unusual object in the sky there also visual clues that pointed to the video being a digital fake of video processing effect known as motion tile that replicates the movement of shaky handheld camera was found analysis discovered that the edges of the video were mirrored which confirmed that it was tampered with unsurprisingly. Lord rial simply denied that the video was a hoax. He used it as evidence that raymond. Ellwood howard lear was reborn as the leader of what he called the ecumenical order of christ at that moment he referred to his life before the arrival of the ship as before the holy spirit joined with him. Lord rials first formal address to the world derived on may twenty first. Two thousand eleven via a youtube account called christ has returned. He quoted revelation nineteen fifteen from his mouth comes a sharp sword with which to strike down the nations and he will rule them with a rod of iron. He spoke in a very different accent than we heard in his campaign video he now sounded like a parody of a renaissance fair actor delivering his best shakespeare. With a tinge of sean connery. He introduced himself saying my children. M i l i. I'm your king and i'm your lord and i have arrived as promised he railed against incarceration and drug use threatened to darken the sun and referred somewhat ominously to a harvest that had begun the rest of the video followed the same format as his campaign. Video did with overly loud music although this time of a more inspiring holy sounding sort next was a collage of apocalyptic images culminating this time with a different photo of him in this image. His hair is long and flowing. And he's wearing a white robe staring intently at the viewer. His soft focus visage got imperceptibly closer as he continued to claim he was the second coming but it seemed that a lot of people were skeptical of the news that the messiah had returned riles next video posted a week later was a reaction to mocking comments. On his first video he quoted what viewers said including. I don't like his accent. What's with the hair. And he's too fat in reference to these barbs lord rial said. Please open your bible and show us when that ever turned out well. He complained that humankind was just as wicked and ungrateful as we were two thousand years ago. Then his tone took an even more apocalyptic turn with an added echo sound effect layered onto his pseudo british accented voice with an amusing similarity to his previous campaign video. He threatened his critics with judgment and punishment while showing fearmongering news clips of recent violent tornadoes. Lord lord rial claim that he sent damaging twisters to the christians of america's bible belt in response to hurtful comments left on his youtube video then he took his power grab further and officially revoked the power of priesthood from any existing christian clergy. He declared the church age to be over and that from then on only his word as the living. God should be worshipped. lord royale didn't only exist on youtube. Shortly after uploading videos he extended his ministry to his own website as well as facebook and twitter. He wanted to be the true internet deity for modern times on his website. He took credit for having performed miracles such as curing drug addicts and healing diseases and disabilities. However he didn't provide any examples or evidence in addition to the tornadoes lord royale claim to punish sinners with meteorological and astronaut events. He threatened anyone. He disapproved of with phenomena such as balkan nose and solar flares. He argued that his power was proven and known as the other evidence page on his website stated it simply doesn't leave room for doubt lord. Royals teachings garnered hundreds of followers and they would primarily be disseminated through youtube videos likes and shares instead of worshipping side by side with the community as in a church or temple. The adoration of lord rial was done while alone at the computer with a virtual community lord royal explained to his followers that his name was royal and not jesus because before the holy spirit joined with him. His human name was raymond. Ellwood which is properly truncated to right l. But just because raymond had joined with the holy spirit to become god didn't mean he was able to avoid legal troubles in november of two thousand twelve. The indiana department of corrections posted a warrant for the forty four year olds arrest online the warrant stated that he was wanted for delinquency. This could have meant anything from unpaid parking tickets to something much more serious like tax evasion. It didn't seem to catch up with him. Though and lord royale continued posting his youtube sermons with each video. He slowly built his following which now numbered in the thousands. But it wasn't only in likes and reacts. He collected followers of lord rial tied regularly the tithing page on his website included pay pal links and a qr code for subscribers who preferred to donate in bitcoin. If they contributed they were promised the equal value in return in currency called. God coin god being an acronym for gold on demand. God coin used blockchain technology with every financial offering followers. Were issued god. Coin tokens into a god coin. Wallet lord rial claimed that god coin was actually the mark of the beast described in the bible and it would soon be the world's monetary system. He told his followers that god coin would become viable when the network goes live however he never said when that would be some may find it odd that someone claiming to be the resurrected christ would be handing out money belonging to the anti christ after all the beast mentioned in revelation. Chapter thirteen is typically seen as a great evil but according to raymond's q. Medical order of christ lord rial was in fact the beast and that term is simply a metaphor for his leadership. Royal pointed out that the bible refers to the lord as a lamb which is a beast he claimed god coin would have a standard six six six based barcode system that would be invisibly inked on his followers foreheads. The mark would link to the user's credit or debit accounts and be scan to conduct any financial business. Lord rial decreed that god coin will be the legal currency for any transaction including purchasing leaves from the tree of life royal declared that these leaves would allow the buyer to remain healthy and alive. He promised them all salvation health and wealth in exchange for their very real tides and so rial continued to collect followers and financial contributions if he even had one thousand followers tied ten dollars a week. Lord royale could have easily collected ten thousand.
"america bible" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"There there, so just biased in dishonest. I just I doubt they're covering it, but it could be, But I wish people could be less partisan on these sorts of issues. Who's the Democrats? Senator? I can't stand Chuck Schumer and Chuck Schumer if Chuck Schumer is in You know whatever Red state and he's fearing for his life because of AH crowd of Trump supporters. I would think that is horrifying. You cannot have that sure would condemn that full throated Lee. Jerrold Nadler. That's not happening. By the way is anybody noticed that that's not happening? Not only I don't know I can You come up with an instance of it happening? It's certainly not happening regularly. No, no. No. Their boy. Well, how was the side that's being called fascist by the media and the Democrats, not the ones that are beating people in the streets regularly, right? And for threatening politicians in restaurants, the anti Fascist group know they are fascists, You numbskulls! So I want to play the the good folks of Denver again if you missed it, and if you heard it, it's worth hearing again. I'm looking forward to hearing it again. Ah, couple of black gentleman Democrats run Denver, Colorado, where they don't run Denver, Colorado there, the mayor and the director of public safety And they are preaching straight out of the law and order. God bless America Bible and I just absolutely love it. We'll get to that in a couple of minutes. Strong and getting 5 60. Hiring could be challenging. But ZIP recruiter makes it fast and easy way talk to CEO Dylan Miska Wits who needed to hire a director of coffee for his company, Cafe Altera. We would look through lots of applications for people who were not qualified. It definitely felt like we were looking for a needle in a haystack. So Dylan started using Zip recruiter and found his perfect candidate in a few days. Zip recruiters. Powerful technology identifies people with the right experience and actively invites them to apply, Which is why you should try Zip recruiter for free. We're very impressed with how quickly we had.
"america bible" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report
"Studies. And I I remember. This is many years ago my wife went to. We went to church and they started doing a Bible study on and they were using Beth more and and she's even worse now than she was. This is like twenty years ago twenty five years ago and my wife is sitting in this Bible study and yes she's gone because you know were members of the church. We want to support the events that that go on and Moi is going gets to to know some of the ladies and talk with them disciple them and she's sitting in this study and she's just moist naturally quiet person and she's listening to this and she's coming home and she's like you know. This book is talking this and this and this and they're and they're discussing this and it's just like should I be correcting them? I'm like well that's wrong. So yeah she's like all right so she goes back and corrects him. And says this is what Beth more saying but this is what the Bible saying after like three weeks that you just looks at me says. I'm not doing this anymore. She goes if they want to do this book study. I'll wait till they're done with it and do something else with the ladies. I said why she goes. She goes first off. I'd rather I'd rather go to passer conferences with than this stuff. It's just fluff. There's no content and when there is content. You can't trust it. It's wrong so she she just said I'm done with it. That was my introduce introduction to more and studies and what I found is there are there are some Beth. More would be one. That is the she is a very divisive person. Now what I mean by that is there are people that if you dare say what I just said that she's full of fluff and has no content or actually says things that are wrong or even worse now that she says things that are unbidden local like that she's having dreams of Jesus brushing her hair. it will divide people will. Actually I knew pastor. That just stopped talking to me when macfound out that he and his sermon had promoted. Beth more and I said. Are you familiar with like you know? She claims to have dreams from God and dreams that turn out to be untrue. He stopped talking to me over that. And I'm like wait. What but she is become almost as divisive issue. If you if you don't speak highly of her people will cut you off. Of course the thing. I always gets me puzzled as they say that they're tolerant. Will you know actually Andrew Bet? More is the reason I'm doing what I'm doing today. Other than God is sovereign. And he's the one that's given me. I never intended to do what I'm doing. But about twenty five twenty five years ago a friend of mine asked me if I would listen to video of hers she said Do you Know Bet. I said No. I don't ever heard of her so in the video. At that time I just started writing studies for the ladies in my church so it was a you know a a vhs that tells you how long ago put it in the T. V. in my husband watched fifteen minutes he said I'm going going to watch the whole thing because I wanna give my friend adequate review of what I think so. I watched the whole thing and this is really drew. What happened. I turned off the television. And I said Lord if you WanNa use me for your glory I will do it. This is disgusting and she was twenty five years ago and she was saying the problem with Christians is they have attention spiritual deficit disorder in the in. The solution is since still a no. He's got an I thought. What is she talking about? And so it was honestly Andrew through that I mean I already had a passion for women and was teaching women that I never wanted public forum at ever. I never planned to be an author speaker but I did. I told the Lord I will go wherever you want me to go. I will do what you want me to do to help. Women this is disgusting. And she's the one that women are listening to today. You know like she even said if if I'm America's Bible Teacher America is in trouble and we are in trouble women that listen to her and follow her. It's divided me to places I go but I cannot stand by in and not say anything when I'm asked what I think of her. I tell that she's also teacher. And there's so much out there now and you're right you're exactly right. She has just become linney. I hope she saying anymore. And it's it's greedy. It's grevious to me. It's very grievous to me and so I'm with you on that one and that's what people gravitate to. That's what women gravitate to the unfortunately woman to me you know that she's gotten the platform she has with with not any content. But this is why I think we are hurting in churches so much because the the women in churches. It's like in my opinion many churches. What they do is psych okay. The pastor's wife for some other woman teaches a study. And I know that when I was pastor there was this expectation my wife would lead a women's Bible study my wife's not a teacher and I think what often happens is people. Churches put the pastor's wife in that position. They don't WanNA teach so they get some material. Beth Moore's okay. We'll get that but you're not doing the ladies in the church a spiritual service by giving them material and saying we have to we. We're going to read this and let's not digging deeply to the word of God. I mean what she should would Beth. More should've answered with that. Was Not to sit still but to study to show yourself approved exactly Herman. Ix are despicable and she has anywhere she had. She had nukes. She has said there's G Bevan I've told a will be beaters Justin's why I've told because my daughter lives in Houston and I know we're bath lives in I. I really would honestly Andrew. I would love to go to her house with a Bible and sit down and talk to her. I wouldn't let me in her inner door but just to talk to her based to face and I just agreed. You know the blind leading blind the both the edge she's making those women to for two more And she is. That's what scares me. And her followers are becoming just like her and I know because I've dealt with some of them they're vicious their main and it's it's grevious it's just grievious to me. Oh yeah I I don't get I don't seem to get as much hate mail And when I do something about Beth more then I I hear a lot of it. But that that's really the thing you nailed it. Her followers are very just like her. You'll know them by their. You know when that thing came out with John MacArthur. You were there when he told her go home unit. That's been I met you. She has continued. I don't have social media do instagram Marie stuff but but Kathy keeps me abreast of all this. But she's really smart. She's been mocking him since then. And yes one of the signs of a false teacher according to jude their markers and even if I was confronted by a Man. I don't agree with I would not be out mocking him in public or like that so grevious mocking but taking out of context in doing it. She's not she's not dealing with what he actually said in the context of and she's definitely not addressing the context of the day because just earlier that day at that. Conference Justin did a whole thing on hearing the Voice of God and showing how people like Beth more looking for.
"america bible" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community
"Studies. And I I remember. This is many years ago my wife went to. We went to church and they started doing a Bible study on and they were using Beth more and and she's even worse now than she was. I mean this is like twenty years ago twenty five years ago and my wife is sitting in this Bible study and yes she's gone because you know were members of the church. We want to support the events that that go on and Moi is going gets to to know some of the ladies and talk with them disciple them and she's sitting in this study and she's just moist naturally quiet person and she's listening to this and she's coming home and she's like you know. This book is talking this and this and this and they're and they're discussing this and it's just like should I be correcting them? I'm like well that that's wrong. So yeah she's like all right so she goes back and corrects him. And says this is what Beth more saying but this is what the Bible saying after like three weeks that you just looks at me says. I'm not doing this anymore. She goes if they want to do this book study. I'll wait till they're done with it and do something else with the ladies. I said why she goes. She goes first off. I'd rather I'd rather go to passer conferences with than this stuff. It's just fluff. There's no content and when there is content. You can't trust it. It's wrong so she she just said I'm done with it. That was my introduce introduction to Beth more and women's studies and what I found is there are there are some Beth. More would be one. That is the she is a very divisive person. What I mean by that is there are people that if you dare say what I just said that she's full of fluff and has no content or actually says things that are wrong or even worse now that she says things that are unbidden local. Like that she's having dreams of Jesus brushing her hair It will divide people will. Actually I knew pastor. That just stopped talking to me when macfound out the he and his sermon had promoted. Beth more and I said. Are you familiar with like you know? She claims to have dreams from God and dreams that turn out to be untrue. He stopped talking to me over that. And I'm like wait. What but she is become almost as divisive issue. If you if you don't speak highly of her people will cut you off. Of course the thing. I always gets me puzzled as they say that they're tolerant. Will you know actually Andrew Bet? More is the reason I'm doing what I'm doing today. Other than God is sovereign. And he's the one that's given me. I never intended to do what I'm doing. But about twenty five twenty five years ago a friend of mine asked me if I would listen to video of hers. She do. You know bet I said No. I don't ever heard of her so took the video. At that time. I just started writing studies for the ladies in my church so it was a you know a a vhs that tells you how long ago put it in the T. V. in my husband watched fifteen minutes he said. I'm going going to watch the whole thing because I wanna give my friend adequate review of what I think so. I watched the whole thing and this is really drew. What happened. I turned off the television. And I said Lord if you WanNa use me for your glory I will do it. This is disgusting and she was twenty five years ago and she was saying the problem with Christians is they have attention spiritual deficit disorder in the in. The solution is since still a no. He's got an I thought. What is she talking about? And so it was honestly Andrew through that I mean I already had a passion for women and was teaching women that I never wanted public forum at ever. I never planned to be an author speaker but I did. I told the Lord I will go wherever you want me to go. I will do what you want me to do to help. Women this is disgusting. And she's the one that women are listening to today. You know like she even said if if I'm America's Bible Teacher America is in trouble and we are in trouble women that listen to her and follow her. It's divided me to places go but I cannot stand by in and not say anything when I'm asked what I think of her. I tell that she's also teacher. And there's so much out there now and you're right you're exactly right. She has just become linney. I hope she saying anymore. And it's it's greedy. It's grevious to me. It's very grievous to me and so I'm with you on that one and that's what people gravitate to. That's what women gravitate to the unfortunately woman to me you know that she's gotten the platform she has with with not any content. But this is why I think we are hurting in churches so much because the the women in churches. It's like in my opinion many churches. What they do is psych okay. The pastor's wife for some other woman teaches a study. And I know that when I was pastor there was this expectation my wife would lead a women's Bible study my wife's not a teacher and I think what often happens is people. Churches put the pastor's wife in that position. They don't WanNA teach so they get some material. Beth Moore's okay. We'll get that but you're not doing the ladies in the church a spiritual service by giving them material and saying we have to we. We're going to read this and let's not digging deeply to the word of God. I mean what she should would Beth. More should've answered with that. Was Not to sit still but to study to show yourself approved exactly Herman. Ix are despicable and she has anywhere she had. She had nukes. She has said there's G Bevan I've told a will be beaters Justin's why I've told because my daughter lives in Houston and I know we're bath lives in I. I really would honestly Andrew. I would love to go to her house with a Bible and sit down and talk to her. I wouldn't let me in her inner door but just to talk to her based to face and I just I agreed. You know the blind leading blind the both the edge. She's making those women to for two more of And she is that's what scares me and her followers are becoming just like her and I know because I've dealt with some of them. They're vicious their main. And it's IT'S GREVIOUS. It's just grievious to me. Oh yeah I I don't get I don't seem to get as much hate mail And when I do something about Beth more then I but that that's really the thing you nailed it. Her followers are very just like her. You'll know them by their. You know when that thing came out with John MacArthur. You were there when he told her go home unit. That's been united met you. She has continued. I don't have social media do instagram Marie stuff but but Kathy keeps me abreast of all this. But she's really smart. She's been mocking him since then. And yes one of the signs of a false teacher according to jude their markers and even if I was confronted by a Man. I don't agree with I would not be out mocking him in public or like that so grevious mocking taking him out of context in doing it. She's not she's not dealing with what he actually said in the context of and she's definitely not addressing the context of the day because just earlier that day at that. Conference Justin did a whole thing on hearing the Voice of God and showing how people like Beth more looking for.
"america bible" Discussed on Let's Talk Dementia
"Senior Life Journeys Presents Carol Howls. Let's talk dementia. A podcast designed to help caregivers find knowledge power hope and SMILES IN THEIR DEMENTIA. Caregiving generally welcome to. Let's talk dementia. Here's your host bestselling author Carol. Welcome to let's talk to meantime Carol how your host and today we're GonNa talk about being fat. Yes we are and we're going to talk about a few Bible verses in quotes that have come to my mind lately that reflect directly applying the situations in my life and I thought you know it might help you in your life to join just maligning here and having a bit of a problem. We'll have had someone tell you you're fat. You look like you're pregnant. When is the baby due? Or you know your hair just looks awful or where did you get that pair of pants? Were they bad on you? Something just so hurtful and so inappropriate. I think we've all had that happen. And if you haven't will then yeah for you but if you're caregiving hold onto those pants that you've got on letter to Die. 'cause he's probably going to happen are folks with dementia are none for saying things that are inappropriate? And it's not necessarily that they're out to hurt you. They just say what comes to their mind. If they think you look like you put on a few pounds in this just gonNA come out and it may not land on. You may not feel so good when they say it but the question is how. Are you going to respond to those statements that are inappropriate or hurtful or offensive in some way other? Well you can be defensive. You can go well. I'm not fat but outlook as fast as you or my herlitz better than your hair or do you think these pants look bad. You should look in the mirror. What you've got on. You could say that anybody and there's really nobody on the planet you can say that too that the end result is going to be good is it and certainly not with your folks with dementia. Now if they don't have the demand don't have dementia and they say that to you then you really do have to wonder what's going on in their world that they think it's okay. Say these inappropriate things and you know what we don't know what's going on in our in other people's world we do good just to keep up with our own world. Forget keeping everybody else's straight so maybe just maybe we should ignore it from them. Maybe maybe we shouldn't. I'm not sure I don't want to hear those words to have to discern what my response would be to my person who does not have dementia but to my person who has dementia. You Might WanNa go. You know what you might be right. I should probably eat more sale reinstated. Donuts where do you think in see what their responses it would probably just cut the edge off or or the tension in the room might be less than just by agreeing? Yep I'll look wolf. Fatima should eat celery instead of donuts. And see what they say. And then you might say something like. What do you like on your salary? If you were to eat salary. What would you put on it? See what their response is. And if they don't have a good response say. Do you like peanut. Butter on celery. Have you ever tried putting peanut butter with raisins on your salary? Do you know what they call that. That's called ants on a log if you have peanut butter on a piece of salary. New Put Raisins isn't that NEAT. See Now we've taken the conversation from something that was offensive. Something that made you feel not so good or maybe even a little angry to the universal language in what told you is the universal language it is not it is food. We all relate to it and we used to version therapy to do that. We took him from one point. All the way to something different Wa- stealing knowledge in what they said. It's hard to do sometimes but it is something that I tell you over and over again for various reasons in here giving their things you need to practice in diversion. Therapy is one of them on the tape the last few days. I've had some emotions to deal with that. I have not been enjoying As you know my mom passed may thirty first and I think about her day my life and there are days that I do it. Wale and there are days when it just gets a hold of me more than what I wanted to my friend. Linda told me lead those feelings com. Let them wash over you in. Let them leave. And I've done well at that but the last few days have not done so well letting him leave. I kinda came to the realization. I'm no one's daughter That's a weird feeling. Obviously my whole life. I've been somebody's daughter and I am not anyone's daughter right now. I am not my Mama's caregiver and I love being honest caregiver There was never a thing that I did that. Mama did not affirm that I did not hear from her. Oh cookie you've got this you can. Do it have a good friend that I've recently met Michelle and showbiz eighty two years old. She's only one year older than my Momma and She has a way of a filling in sometimes on the emotions that I might would have gotten from Mama and today. She told me kid. Whatever it is you WanNa do you just do you? Just make it work saying. I just heard mom in that. Made me feel good but I wanted to read to you a quote from the Bible that I'm reading. I'm trying to think of the that. This gentleman took the Bible. Broke it up into a year and is price for America Bible. That's it and so you have old testament new tests Moore Song proverbs but there is a little prayer at the beginning of each day. I'll read you what it was for yesterday. I believe these are my Abysmal glasses for you guys. That are not seeing this but hearing hit the color on. These glasses is awful but anyway. Here's the prayer and it just really struck me now thank you it relates to caregiving to Lord. You told your first followers to have courage because you were with them. Help us to soak in that message tune to fill it in our buried bones. Remind us you've got this. You're in control. It'll be okay. I'm in Oman. Does that not speak to caregiving? Yes I think it does. And so a while back. I was given a package of today's prayer cards. Can you see that with the light on it? And they're just little four by six cards assists. Today's prayer on one side on the other side as today's prayer this was yesterday's God is within her. She will not fall. This was today. Faith can move mountains kind of where I am in this journey. Feeling that I need bolstered up and I know you do too in your caregiving journey. Have days where you think you got it going on in the days when you need bolstered up you can do this. God's got you. Faith can move. Mountains God is within her. She will not fall. You won't either but I'm here for you. Email me Carol at let's Talk Dementia Dot Org. We'll talk about what's going on in your world blessing since miles. Let's talk dementia would like to thank our sponsors National Association of Veterans and Families? You can reach them at eight hundred three five to to nine one nine on the Internet at www dot in dot org. They speak veterans. So you don't have to and you tell them Carol. Saint you when you call to inquire about benefits for the veteran spouse better or both editor bed you can find Ms Beth crosby at editor Beth dot com. She is amazing. Looking at what you've written in making sure it represents you will find her at. Www dot editor Beth dot com and HD imports located on street extension in Rock Hill South Carolina. That's your county eighty three nine eight five zero nine eight five. 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"america bible" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"This is real is digestible it's it's not cheesy at all you know it's one of those things where I could watch it with a friend who's not a Jesus right person and they go that's really good yeah and that that's because it was inspired by shows that I love to watch so I binge watch shows of my wife all the time and I've always said that the stories of the gospels deserve a great great story telling and yeah and yet so I've seen every Jesus movie done some of them are good some of our great they all tend to be pretty formal there tends to be this emotional distance between the viewer in Jesus partially because the stories tend to go from miracle to America Bible first a Bible verse you never get a chance to engage with the people that Jesus and countered and quite frankly a lot of times the performances are so stiff and formal you kind of wonder what me Jesus so charismatic that so many people follow him right they seem to miss out on right the joy though the humor no doubt the charisma that Jesus had to have for that many people to want to fry I relive the old Jesus movies because he always had a British accent yes Israel I don't know should be has fish tonight yeah yeah I don't really get funded right right so tell me about the story line yeah so we start with some of the main characters say I don't like to call them characters their people but we went and shows some of the people in the gospels who had a really interesting arc the kind of story that could sustain itself over the course of several season so we got Matthew the tax collector someone who is hated by the Jews for betraying his people by being a tax collector disrespected by the Romans for being Jewish that Nicodemus the guy who was a top religious leader who yet never really came out publicly out too as a follower of Christ Simon Peter his brother Andrew we see these people before they encountered Christ and I think that's what makes the show a little bit different is that you're seeing them before they encountered Christ and we believe I think this is one of our models if you can see Jesus through the eyes of those who actually met him you can be impacted in the same way they were and there's someone including merry Magdeleine on one end of the spectrum is demon possessed before she encountered Christ to Nicodemus a religious leader someone for the viewer to identify with and so when Jesus comes into the picture there's the the encounters of that much more impactful and emotional I don't know who can relate to the demon possessed but maybe running different I personally can't lose embody everybody can but they could relate to the pain and again it's not glossed over it's not a show that it's it's not like when I was growing up in Sunday school for example we were taught about Jesus on flying graphs and he was this you know dressed in blue and everything was pretty and you right away right off the bat in this episode episode one and throughout this first season week we get right into the dirt I mean we've we want you to feel like you can smell the Dustin yeah should feel real it is always driven me nuts that I mean the last color Jesus probably would've worn is white right because it would always look at her you know and no we haven't sent Frank nobody ever looks dirty in any right and you want to smell must've been like back at the time what people look like back at the time it's just not it's not real and they were desperate the Jewish people at that time were so oppressed and had been for centuries that their desperation for the messiah was palpable lives daily I mean they were they were literally every day wondering when they were gonna get respite and rescue and that's what Jesus came into was weak we call this the before and Jesus comes into the before even today and that's what we're that's I think what the show is about it's about the before and so we introduced you to characters and people who including miracle recipients throughout other episodes such as the leper who is healed by Jesus for the paralytic who was lower through the roof when we portray these miracles were showing you not only the miracle itself but the impact of the mural had and that's something that I think is oftentimes missing that we're really trying to capture so did you use I mean the only real the historic account of Jesus if you dismiss the Bible and all of that stuff the only one outside observer would be Josephus in in antiquities Jewish antiquities and he's describes Christ as one of these rebels that came down and so there are lots of people that were living in the hills claiming to be the messiah at the time do dress any of that yeah so in fact right off the bat of with episode one we talk about the Romans and Nicodemus the Pharisee there's kind of this unspoken connection between the Romans and the religious leaders because they were both trying to get peace they both wanted peace they wanted behavior never preachers around that time being they were if they were they were crazy people and that's why even when John the Baptist came along people were dismissing him as he's yet another person trying to upset the apple when Jesus came along this time a claiming to be the son of god and then actually paper performing miracles that's when things started to get different that's when my brother started to get raised and the people really started to congregate around Jesus because John the Baptist had been arising some some support and then he handed off the baton and said this is the guy this is the guy you've been waiting for he's not the fake one is the real one and it scared a lot of people but also excited a lot of people so what Jesus brought in you mentioned it the you know he was a bit of a rebel that's again what kind of work attempting to capture in the show and then that's the whole point of the show and how it was financed how we're distributing it the whole thing so can you talk to me about that because I remember when we started this network it was us and Major League Baseball right I think I think H. B. O. started right after us right there was nothing online we had buffering speed problem men now the world is changed right this could not have been made even ten years ago right it would have been shown anywhere never had any place to watch it right so what does it mean to to filmmakers to storytellers to the audience what you've done to disrupt yeah I mean that's a great question we are in a there's a verse in Isaiah Isaiah forty three nineteen says behold I am doing a new thing and that's also a model is the way it was financed is new not not that we're the first crowd funded but were the number one highest crowd funding the content is new it's the first.
"america bible" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty
"And encourage leaders to make disciples who make disciple makers. I'm your host Chris. Wayne here with Robert. Gallucci the pastor of long-haul Obama's church founder and president of replicate ministries stories. Today on the podcast you may notice a little different voice introducing today because Chris Wayne is actually Disney right now. I don't think he's having more fun than we are but he is having fun but we want to talk about. It's great that's actually questionable. I I'm not a roller coaster rider. You're not aligned line standard stander you ever seen a guerilla. Try to get into a Volkswagen before. No but I can imagine. That's me on the mine train. I'm not too keen about going to Disneyworld. 'cause I can't do much there but it is the kids love it. You need a vacation after that. That's exactly right any okay. Who millennials I think like to go to Disney and that's what we want to talk about today now going to Disney but disabling millennium good segue? How Oh exactly do we reach millennials? Do we disciple them any different than somebody older than them. What exactly does it look like to reach this seemingly confusing generation of millennials okay? So let's define millennials. I'm in the room. Actually with three millennials I feel like the old guy in the room. We have Mr Dylan Young. WHO's on the upper end of the millennial factor most averages would put me right smack DAB in the middle? Oh Okay you got a twenty year age range right now. You're nineteen thirty nine. That's what qualified are you serious. Okay wow so Colton. On the lower end golden squeaks in Dylan in the Middle Twenty nine years old I feel like I'm close to being a millennial Yaqub a good is a good. And then we have Mr Jonathan Simon who has replaced you the new factors the pack. Yeah is the fact checkers slash pastoral assistant here. WHO's on the lower to middle? Lindh Twenty six okay. So I've got three millennials in the room talking about discipleship with millennials. All right. Let's let's talk about some things we know for. Sure you're or or we know about millennials Seventy percent of the careers. This is. What's interesting that millennials will have have not even been invented yet? Let let me say seventy percent of the careers they're gonNA have. They haven't even thought people having thought of yet. Because I am now I think the reason for that is because it's technology driven right millennials are the first generation particularly the middle to lower that grew up with the Internet right social media phones. I don't remember a time without the Internet. Do you remember time without cell phones. Yes a you. I'm a little bit older than that. But yes okay Colton might not. I don't know what about Mr Jonathan. Simon Oh yeah the big monitors. Yeah okay. America's largest generation ever is the millennial generation ration- that we want to reach. Yes that's unreasonable. And they view social norms As as approaching them with a question question why why do we do we do. Why do we do this? Why have we always done this And I think just generation has endless possibilities. Now here's the challenge for us as Pastors Leaders Ministers of the Gospel. You can't reach millennials today with the same techniques quote unquote that that we used in generations previously And what I mean and and I think that's one of the reasons just in general. Churches are not seeing people. Come come to church as they did in years prior. Here's why the days of just having a good sermon Decent worship and a good children's program and opening opening the doors to the community and expecting everyone to come in Those days are over. You know what I'm saying like like people in America today don't think I've got to do do my obligatory Sunday morning. attendance. Just because I have to do. And that's what you do in Christian America's south or or Christian America Bible. Oh that's not the way people think anymore. Especially not millennials. Okay you have so many options of things to do why. Why do I need to go to church? I got plenty of I take up my time. Yeah exactly okay. So let's talk about four. The this is going to be helpful for you. If you're trying to reach millennials let's talk about four attributes attributes for Virtues four things millennials are passionate about Dylan. Did the research on this He actually came up with an Acronym won't you tell them about the acronym Dylan the acronym. Chris Wayne helped me with this. I don't WanNa take all the credit but okay well he did help. I want to give them a little bit. Just replaced him. I don't WanNA start making enemy. Okay okay good. Chris did help with this. Okay we the main two books that we use to do research. This was a highly recommend. There's a book called the new Copernican by David. Seal so that again. The new COPERNICAN call the copernicus the Copernican were copernicus was a guy that questioned social norms. Line the millennials do he questioned Things in the universe and people thought thought he was crazy for the way planets where line things like that but it turns out. He wasn't that crazy after all. So millennials a lot of times we're viewed you'd like. We're weird because we do things different but maybe we're not that weird And then the other book appropriately titled The millennials by Tom Rayner. He did a bunch onto research pulled. A lot of millennials. Ask them a lot of questions In from those two books we came up with an acronym. The way you're gonNA reach millennials. Just this to care about them to actually put in the effort to care about them and that's the millennial that's the acronym you want to be compassionate. We need to have compassion initiatives. She gives Thanks for them to be involved in. We need to be authentic millennials. Maybe more than any other generation can sniff out fake and we can tell if you're real or not pretty quick You want to make your church to something. That's relevant Compared to other things in the community that they might do and then something that's engaging something that they can be involved in and That they're not just gonNA come as we say so often just to sit and soak on a Sunday morning. Let me one book just got this one. I haven't read it yet so I don't aw. I hate to endorse a book. I haven't read it but actually endorsed but I do think this could be helpful with our conversation. It's a brand new book just came out by David Kinman from the Barna Group and mark met Matlock. It's called faith faith for the exiles faith for exiles and basically what they're talking about is how do you reach people who have exiled from the church. Now these could be millennials. But I think this is more for just people. Oh who have come to church and been desensitized to church their They don't care about searching so that would be another one as well. I think could be health. Okay let's dive into this time into this acronym let's say diverse one compassion. What do you? What do you mean by compassionate? Why why should we be compassionate? Actioner show compassion. MILLENNIALS are motivated by compassionate initiatives. You may remember the end it movement or Kony any two thousand twelve. who was at things like those was the Kony two thousand twelve by remember that this is a good example because honestly don't remember what it was? I don't either but millennials. Those were all about it. You're wanting to Hashtag things that fact. Check the Jonathan Simon fact check the Kony two thousand twelve already on it. Do you know anything about a Colton. And it was wildly popular as you could tell. Hilton was probably seven. This happened so but people got behind it. It was Hashtag all over the place. That was what they wanted to be. A part of they wanted to feel like they were a part of something that was helping people the in the church. Obviously we want to do things that help help people. We've got a few things coming up even here at long hollow like the gift which is where we want to take an initiative in helping out single mothers Initiatives like that. Those are the kind of things that millennials are going to get behind And then needs to be something that you make sure your church has okay. How how do we let? Let's think through this. How do we do that in the area of disciple making or discipleship so one of the ways I was thinking is I have always tried to take my discipleship groups this. This is an insight that I've done years for years now and it's been encouraging and they look forward to it. I have tried to take my group's on excursions if you will once sir twice a year okay so a staple for me in in in years past has been taking my entire discipleship group to the prison or to the local jail normally only a prison a maximum security prison And what I'll do is I'll take them in and then we'll go into the prison together now the first time I did this I in fact got had all millennials in the group which was interesting first time I did this. I was at brainerd They scheduled me to come in and preach to all of the the wings of the of this jail. Oh and they had like two guys wings and one women's wing and if you basically open the cell doors up I could sit in the middle section which was like like a pod and I had like they had a piano setup and then they had a speaker system and I project into the cells and the prisoners could come to the line. This is what I thought was fascinating. They could come to the line that was on the ground but they couldn't come over the line. Okay so you have hundreds of prisoners literally only a stone's throw away with a painted line on the ground quote unquote holding them back from coming up. So I take a bunch of no offence guys from the Middle Tennessee or or East Tennessee and Chattanooga who had never been to a prison never even seen a prison up close and yet the passers GonNa take them on this occur. Uh here's what I saw him on the way there. I say guys we'RE GONNA go in here and I'm not going to do all the ministry I'm GonNa Preach but then at the end I want you guys to help counsel and pray over people. They said really us. I said it'd be fine. So we got there. I preached and sure enough. I said anybody want to accept. Jesus I want you to come to the line. Just come court into the line. There was probably twenty twenty five people. Well I couldn't counsel all these people so as I gave the invitation I deal and I said Hey I looked to the to to the Garden I said Hey could we go into the pods. Could we go into the cells. He said sure if you want to so I grabbed the guys with me and I said Hey I need did you to go in. Let's go in and counsel these people and They were blown away for like what are you talking. But they acted quickly so then we went in and so they they sort of praying by the time we offer. They like thirty minutes praying accounting people. When we left I looked around? Here's a bunch of guys who said previously. I'd never prayed out loud. I never prayed publicly. I never really prayed people really. Here's a bunch of guys. I looked my left and right were counseling and praying and asking the Lord to to work in. NPR's like so we get back in the car we drive home. One of the guys tells me this. I've never forgotten this the the week before we just studied prayer we were going through Wayne Gruden systematic traumatic theology book which. I don't recommend doing today but back. Then that's what I did. So we're going through the chapter. On prayer like providential prayer prayer of God's sovereign and I told him well the answer is because he told us to. But anyway so We were coming home. And here's what one of the guy says and I've never forgotten this. He said Robbie. I have to be honest with you. He he said I've been in church my whole life. He said I've been. I've heard sermons on prayer of I've gone through Bible Studies on prayer. You're teaching on prayer. He said I wanNA tell you something I. I learned more about prayer in the last thirty minutes and I've learned my tire Christian life because I did it. That's what Milan in a sense. millennials want to do something something. They don't want to talk about something they don't want to think about something they don't WanNa strategy. You know what I'm saying. They actually would rather do think later about. They'd rather just do it like a give example when I go to a congregation. That's middle aged or older and I say. Hey here's a missionary. He's in China we're going to support this missionary. China here's what someone who's a boomer are buster or Or my generation. Here's what they do they they say well as you what is the what what what does that. What are the those generations do? I don't know that guy. Here's a missionary for China. Lit supporting getting hotter. They supporting Though some money at it they put money behind it. They'll come up after and say. Hey what are you need Jonathan Overseas he l. Let me write your check. That's that's an older regeneration. Here's what millennials do. What do they say? How can I go health that guy wh wing can.
"america bible" Discussed on Unspooled
"The year era one thousand nine hundred eighty nine girl scouts released their first Thin Mint Cookie Glamour publishes its first magazine and N._B._C.. Broadcast its first black and white television images New York Yankees maintain their four year streak as winners of the World Series Adolf Hitler's nominated native for the Nobel Peace Prize and the U._K.. Loans it's copy of the Magna Carta to the U._S.. For safekeeping during World War Two the world's population is under two point five billion compared to today's seven point seven billion hot fads include goldfish swallowing and the British government issues its morale posters urging citizens to keep calm and carry on big movies of the year are Mr Smith Goes to Washington stagecoach and today's film gone with the wind at ranked number six on the two thousand and seven AF I list having slipped slightly from its fourth spot in nineteen ninety seven so amy who's in it. What's it about gone with the wind? It is the book that producer David O cells net called America's Bible for reasons that will get into later on in the show <hes> massive massive massive massive bestseller by the author Margaret Mitchell turned into this massive massive massive massive massive box office it starring Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O'Hara the woman from the South who gets married three times had it gets widowed many many times who fights for Tara who fights for her family who mostly fights for herself she is I would say the ultimate problematic Fav- <hes> I love her a. and hate her and love her in hate her and among the people who love her and Hater Clark Gable as Butler Hattie mcdaniel as Mammy Leslie Howard is actually works and I love you too Havilland as Melanie Hamilton. This is the biggest film we've done and I would say that in the length and I also so would say that in its cultural relevance for better or for worse this movie. Is You know very much an iconic American film unlike any other one that we've really done. Would you agree with that. I mean yeah maybe like I would say that. This movie has so many massive parallels the things that have come later that have been the biggest biggest biggest. I mean titanic of course Lord of the Rings. I think there's a lot of similarities here like an upstart production company in indy taking being on a massive bestseller and saying we're GonNa make this because the studios don't dare yet. I think part of the challenge of production in this movie was how do you take this book. That's beloved and giant and make it into something that is palatable and cinematic. I mean the original cutters movies four point five hours. It's now cut down to a brisk three hours and forty two minutes <hes> and it seems like it was really a photocopied version of the book. They didn't really do a lot of giant changes. I mean a lot of the dialogue in this film is right out of the book. I mean there's a lot of debate over who wrote this and how they did it but it's a very faithful adaptation. Yeah I mean what makes the wind unique. Among most of the films we've talked about on this list is that you know I think the list does tend to gravitate towards a tourist filmmakers ought to hitchcock moving. Oh this is definitely a Kubrick movie but garnered. The wind is a producers movie. Yes this is David O cells next movie a a movie that had anywhere from you count it between two and five directors depending on what you count as a director like is it. Somebody who takes over for a couple of days when Victor Fleming has like a freak out and collapses of exhaustion kind of it's a movie that has one credited screenwriter but maybe as as many as fifteen screenwriters including Scott Fitzgerald but behind it all you have David Nick head of Celtic international pictures who also happens to be married to Louis B Mayer's daughter a marriage that I've heard is like <hes> and and yet like he puts this together with this grand theory of kind of based on what you're saying. He's like you make gigantic cuts you cut out like two of scarlet S- three children they didn't exist because you're like audiences will forgive us if we get rid of major things but I'm gonNA keep all the little stuff exactly right right. He's right because in everything that I've read all the people who love the books love the film because they feel like it is a true adaptation but I agree with what you said earlier. which is this is a producers film and it feels like a producers film? It feels like it's checking boxes a lot of the time now. This is a film that I enjoyed. I legitimately sat back did not want to watch news. Almost four hours. Oh God and found myself totally caught up in the film but afterwards it left due at this kind of vacant feeling and I think that when you talk about spectacle in these big films like we mentioned you know Lord of the Rings and we've talked about titanic in the past the altar is behind that you feel this director the singular vision here we're talking about a movie that has five directors multiple screenwriter's. It's kind of this night at the opera everyone into the state room approach of filmmaking and I think that that makes a very impressive film but I think there are things at the end of it where you're like okay what what like rings true. What is what are we taking away like is the writing that great underwriting Zach right are the performances that great? I think that the two leads you know car cable and in Vivian Lee. They're very yeah good. It's visually interesting but strict about the same guy directed wizard of Oz. I don't know what good is wizard of Oz. Visually when I was watching it enjoyed it but when I walked away that avatar feeling it was like all right yeah that existed okay. We'll tell you it then. I'M GONNA lay my cards on the table you ready for this year ago. I I think gone with the wind was maybe one of the first ones I saw in the theater okay because like I I love this movie deeply my roots with his movie. Go very very very very very well back. My parents took me to see this and I was young and I do remember this moment and of leaving the theater and them saying what did you think I said. I liked the first movie a lot better than the second movie because it didn't realize different movies because we had intermission in the middle of the way you already critic and kind of nailing it while a lot of people complain about this film I server as a kid being like I liked other pretty dresses white. The little girl have to die on the horse. I love horses already too so I think I was identifying too much with Bonnie now. I'm like why the kid kind of suck she can die second off. I disagree. I think this movie is maybe like the best example of of why the autour theory is overrated because like you do have all these people in this kitchen and what you wind up with is a complete beautiful recipe. You know how you have a bite of a meal that you love and they're like Oh yeah. There's like the richness of the fat and like the Tang of the salt and like a little bit of spice spicier all these different flavors. That's what you get in on it though and you get like Victor Fleming Macho Dude is like we're number number number two blah like hate Scarlett O'Hara kind of addict to like this whole character the whole way through ads testosterone to it a compared compared with like couture who loved women loved female stories was like trying to do all the sensitive stuff who like directed a lot of like the most emotional beats and who Vivian Lee and I love you to have to go like in secretly meet with on the weekends and talked about their characters with because like he understood how to make it intimate. You have a movie that balances the grand in the intimate in a way. That's like the best bite of like the most delicious casserole I now. I'm GONNA work casserole because I've never heard of a delicious Castro but I'm sure the existed probably French and that's what this is accepted to American. You know I hear your passion and I really get it and here's well say I enjoyed watching this movie. I think where I have kind of had issues with it is in thinking about it from a lot of different perspectives right 'cause it's maybe we should save the social part of this for the later part of the podcast because I think right now let's talk about it just from a acting spectacle point of view because I think it's the only way for me to kind of balance my thoughts on it like there are things about this movie that are immediately engaging. You're totally right but it felt to me like a soap opera like there are some beautiful shots. I think there's some beautifully composed shots. I mean retin scarlet under that tree and you see that image in silhouette is is gorgeous. There's a lot of little moments here but you know here's a thing where they asked Hitchcock Ache and you talk to us about how to stage the scene when all the men go to confront the. <hes> the carpetbaggers who attacked scarlet by the bridge and Hitchcock wrote all these notes and all these camera moves through it out the window like no. We don't do that in better hands. I could imagine this being a much more consistent film okay first off. I think the scene where the men go off to like fight and burn down the group of people who like who attacked Scarlett O'Hara. I think that's incredibly tense especially because like it does the genius. This thing of scarlet doesn't know what's happening because everybody else's hid it from her and so you see her be like super confused while everybody else is angry and glaring at her and there's this tension and you don't even know what it is. I love that I love that like we pick up on everything so much later and that this movie plays a trick on you. You're like what am I nervous about. Am I nervous that they're going to get caught okay their home. They didn't get caught. Oh no wait Ashton was actually shot and then it goes to the whole thing of Ashley being shot and Oh no there really was trinity and then the ultimate Sucker Punch Scarlett O'Hara then suddenly being like Oh yeah my husband. He's dead like that comes later this evil kicker. This movie is playing tricks on you in so many wonderful way don't you think and maybe this is what the root of my complaint is. It's done in a very soapy way. Yes you have all those elements. If you watch general hospital and all my children you have all that tension and all these reveals and all these twists I mean you know when she falls down the stairs. I mean can we talk about that. I mean the you know Oh. Of course he's GonNa have a miscarriage. They have a fight you. It's very very very soapy. Is there a difference between the way that soap operas do twists in drama and intense camera pushing in because we're still doing that same camera pushing in verses. You know maybe a more deft left hand at drama like I think we can go back to Sophie's choice which I consider a very melodramatic film and I think the the drama there is a lot more you know artistic. I it just feels like the movie is just basically burning out twists every couple of minutes and and it just felt soap opera to me. I don't think so at all I mean I think to see it that way. Means like neglecting all of the inner glue all the actual Agni that's really happening. I mean the the the drama in the scene where scarlet Tomo on the stairs isn't that she has a miscarriage and that he doesn't know it's like watching these two people who should be able to work it out who could be the only other person right for each other not be able to talk not be able to communicate to watch at least two people just like keep butting their heads like against each other..
"america bible" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Friends. I'm Dennis Prager. Today's a big day for being and I hope for many of you because it is the publication of volume two massive undertaking. Of explaining the first five books of the bible, the basis of Judaism Christianity, and the western world those five books. So we freight speak to my guest. I should explain something that I think you'll find touching. I'll be it's my commentary, but it could not have been done. But for. A number of people, first and foremost, the one that I will introduce Joel Persson last time I had him on was a year ago. Thirteen months to be precise. When volume one came out. And I have come to appreciate his collaboration. Even more over the time last year introduced them as one who made this whole project possible, but his collaboration intellectually not just an organizational manner has been truly remarkable. It's not possible for any of you listening, nor should it be. To understand how big a job. This is to explain the first five books at the do so entirely irrational manner. No leap of faith is asked the reader. So it's number six today. The sixth bestselling book of the United States, America's bible commentary. I'd like it to be number one. Obviously, it's and frankly your hands. Because then it has to be addressed. Why is there a thirst in America for this book? Why is this happening? This man is Joel Persson. It's called the Alperstein addition because of his making this ultimately possible, so Joel pursue. My have you on the line? Are you on your way to China? No, actually, not to make you feel tell us on my way to Munich. I know why. You do. Ladies, gentlemen. I am very rare. Very very rare that I am jealous. I thank God. It's not a big problem in my life. But right now, I am because ladies and gentlemen, I will tell you because you're all probably wondering what Nick. And it's one of the biggest audio shows in the world. Probably not only not the biggest. Okay. That's even worse. And not only do we have this love of the bible income, and and and this year running desire to get the ideas out to millions of people, but we also share love of audio an amazing thing that we have both in common. But it is what it is having a great time. Tell me what you hear. Because whatever he hears ends up costing me money, ladies and gentlemen, I have to stay. He comes back from these shows and says Dennis, oh, I can't believe. This deck. I heard digital analog converter. And then I ended up buying it too. But in your happiness. That's correct. It's a major one. So anyway, congratulations on volume two of this awesome project. I think. To be totally honest with my listeners. I didn't. I don't I can't speak for you. But I did not expect it to be as successful as it is. Well, I certainly at the very beginning of the project was prepared to see this. I don't want to say, you know, die a peaceful death. But I had no idea for the people who were already religious own seventeen other commentaries. You know, how much they would want to buy another commentary, and for the people who are not religious, which is something actually wanna talk about for just a moment. I thought well they're not gonna want to buy it because they're not going to be interested. And so I was perfectly prepared. Although it'd be very disappointed to find this whole project just didn't sell very well. And yet. Because of the way you wrote it because of the way you organized it because I think there's a true hunger for meaning out there a true hunger for answers. It's it's sold. I think the anybody's regular is yours. Mine anybody's expectations. Addresses. I've read. Oh my God. We need to talk about something constipation, domino pain and bloating. You tell yourself. It's not that bad. You take laxatives and modify your diet and exercise routine but thinking about it all the time is frustrating. This doesn't have to define you. If your constipation comes back again, and again, and you don't know why that it may be time.
"america bible" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"I'm Dennis Prager. Today's a big day for me. And I hope for many of you because it is the publication of volume to my massive undertaking. Of explaining the first five books of the bible, the basis of Judaism Christianity, and the western world those five books. So before I speak to my guest. I should explain something that I think you'll find touching. I'll be it's my commentary, but it could not have been done. But for. A number of people, first and foremost, the one that I will introduce Joel Persson. Plus I had him on was a year ago. Thirteen months to be precise. When volume one came out. And I have come to appreciate his collaboration. Even more over the time last year introduced one who made this whole project possible, but his collaboration intellectually not just an organizational manner has been truly remarkable. It's not possible for any of you listening, nor should it be. To understand how big a job. This is to explain the first five books at the do so entirely irrational manner. No leap of faith is asked of the reader. So it's number six today. The sixth bestselling book in the United States, America's bible commentary. I'd like to be number one. Obviously, it's and frankly your hands. Because then it has to be addressed. Why is there thirst in America for this book? Why is this happening? This man is Joel Persson. It's called the Alperstein addition because of his making this openly possible. So Joel Persson I have you on the line. Are you on your way to China? No, actually, not make you feel jealous. I'm on my way to Munich. I know why. You do. Ladies and gentlemen. I am very rare. Very very rare that I am jealous. I thank God. It's not a big problem in my life. But right now, I am because ladies and gentlemen, I will tell you because you're all probably wondering what is in Nick. And it's one of the biggest audio shows in the world. Probably not only not the biggest. Okay, even worse. And not only do we have this love of the bible in common, and and this uring desire to get the ideas out to millions of people, but we also share love of audio. It's an amazing thing that we have both in common. But it is what it is having a great time. Tell me what you hear. Because whatever he hears ends up costing me money, ladies and gentlemen, I have to wonder stay. He comes back from these shows and says Dennis, oh, I can't believe this deck. I heard digital analog converter. And then I ended up buying it too. In your happiness. That's correct two major one. So anyway, congratulations on volume two of this awesome project. I think to to be totally honest with my listeners. I then I don't I can't speak for you. But I did not expect it to be as successful as it is. Well, I certainly at the very beginning of the project was prepared to see this. I don't wanna say die of peaceful death. But I had no idea for the people who were already religious own seventeen other commentaries how much they would want to buy another commentary and for the people who are not religious, which is something. I wanna talk about for just a moment. I thought well, they're not gonna wanna buy it because they're not going to be interested. And so I was perfectly prepared. Although it'd be very disappointed to find this whole project just didn't sell sell very well. And yet. The way you wrote it because. Because I think there's a true hunger for meaning out there a true hunger for answers. It's it's sold. I think the end anybody's regular is yours. Mine anybody's expectations. But the thing I most want to address I've read every literally every single I'd hold on hold on. Joel. I don't like Joel hold on that very important. And I want you to save that point really nobody expresses better than he does. And I think there is a yearning. That's right. I no, I don't think I know it. All right. What's our state? Sean. Relief factor relief factor is remarkable product fell that by very very decent. People father in the sun, actually. And it's very simple. It's proposition it without any of the side effects of ibuprofen. It's anti-inflammatory. So it helps pain in your muscles and joints cetera. There's a three week quick start for nineteen dollars ninety five cents. You will know within three weeks whether it.
"america bible" Discussed on WJR 760
"Death threats by craze, left wing fanatic. Send me the secret location. I'm not going to talk anymore about it. If you know the person is going to a local police station or call the FBI we will try to find this person and punish him or her to the full extent of the law. Instead, we're going to talk about the climate of hate and where it's coming from. To call eight of to call Donald Trump, Adolf Hitler is a sign of mental derangement for sure. And here we have a democrat rap name. Hank johnson. Who is calling Donald Trump Hitler? If you think he is alone. I can introduce you to some Harvard professors who say the same thing because they too are mentally deranged. They're mentally ill. As I said to you many times liberalism in extremes as a mental disorder. To call Trump Hitler is an example of that fact, but again to just hop on. That is not gonna get us anywhere. Where is this coming from? And why is it happening? Is it coming only from the the lowlifes in the media coming from the universities, then are pushing in Muslims in the congress and a new Muslim congresswoman is to be sworn in with Thomas Jefferson's Koran. Can you believe that you would wake up in the United States of America bible would not be used to swear in a congress person? Instead, they'd be using the Koran would you ever believe this would happen in your lifetime? Would you believe that a woman with absolutely no brains? No education. Named Alex occasional cortex has come up with some cockamamie idea for a green new deal. That will destroy the United States of America. And now she is being copied by governor Andrew Cuomo of New York who was mimicking are actually copying her words. This upstart nobody the occasional cortex works from time to time is now being mimicked or copied or mimeographed by none other than governor Cuomo who uses the same big lie of a quote green new deal as you will hear and clip number seven on the Savage Nation oppose to the new democratic legislature, the most progressive agenda. This state has ever seen period. From voting reforms to Roe v. Wade for New York protecting a woman's right to.
"america bible" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Sentinel watch a weekly production of the Christian Science sentinel. I'm Rita politician. For most people. The word pastor conjures up the image of a kind religious person who shepherds a congregation of people toward a holier, more spiritual life and people find comfort in answers. If they go to their pastor when they're in trouble or need guidance. But what about a pastor? You have immediate access to twenty four hours a day. A pastor that has a track record upbringing healing to people around the world ever since being ordained. A pastor that Natalie knows the bible is the bible together with a book that brings to light, the key spiritual meaning of the scriptures. Well on today's program. Our guest is going to talk about this twenty four hour pastor, and we hope that you will feel the love and care of this pastor as you listen to this edition of sentinel watch. With me now is Keith Womack, a Christian Science practitioner and teacher from Corpus Christi, Texas and currently serving as the president of the mother church. The first church of Christ scientist in Boston, Massachusetts. Thanks for being with us today. Keith. Good to be here. Well, we're going to be talking about a twenty four hour pasta. And I just wanted to get the ball rolling by mentioning that here in the United Kingdom and in other European countries. We, of course, have many sincere Christians and many other people equally devoted different faiths, such as Judaism and Islam, Buddhism and Hinduism. The you know, we also have a large number of citizens who really don't think of themselves as religious at all. Some of them are convinced there really is. No god. And no reason for religion while others fall into that category of spiritual, but not religious. So as someone who lives right at the heart of America's bible belt. How would you explain to such people the value of having a pastor you can turn to in your church and also the unique nature of the pasta in the church of Christ scientist or those are two big questions? I I guess I could say whether people consider themselves to be religious or not believers in a higher power or not I've found that most of them want to be healthy and inspired about life and inspiration. And helter, the pastor of the church of Christ scientist provides so it really speaks to any individual anywhere of any faith or no faith to all hearts are just wanting to be free and inspired. Now. Some of those listening to work pastor conjures up the images of religious person who's shepherds a congregation of people toward a more spiritual life, but the founder of the church of Christ. Scientist Mary Baker Eddy, ordain, an impersonal pastor to minister to the needs of church, and she wrote in her book miscellaneous writings, I hereby ordained the bible and science and health with key to the scriptures to be hereafter. The only pastor of the church of Christ scientist throughout our land in other lands. So Christian scientists recognized two books as their pastor. The bible and science and health. These passages from the books. Comprise the sermons that are read aloud Christian Science, worship services, worldwide and are studied throughout the week for people who used to pasta preaching particular sermon. Each Sunday reading books may seem limiting and lacking of inspiration. What would you say to that? Keith. Well, I found it. Mary Baker Eddy, bro. True. I have made the bible and science and health with key to the scriptures. The pastor for all the churches of the Christian Science denomination. But that does not make it impossible for this pastor of ours to preach. The word of God is a powerful preacher, and is not too spiritual to be practical are two transcendental to be heard understood. However, this pastor not only ministers to those who attend services, but to individuals who've never stepped foot inside a church or probably never think of themselves as religious it. Ministers privately to people all over the world is they read it inspires and heals them. Wow. So that makes this pasta the bible and science and health valuable to anyone at any time. The value of having to books as a pastor is that they can be with you when the human touch can't, you know, you can hold them in your hands or read them on your phone, you can memorize their statements and you can listen to their audio versions. They can be a a mentor spiritual resource timeless guide. And as you said, it's open twenty four seven and many find them to be a physician again that navy a very new concept to our listeners Keith. So tell us about Mary Baker Eddy who is not only the founder of Christian Science, but also the author of science and health. She was a a lifelong student of the bible, although the scriptures always took the lead in her life during the eighteen fifties. Eighteen sixties she experimented with different healing methods including homeopathy and the use of placebos during her research. She discovered the drugs had no intrinsic power their own. It was the human mind. And that empowered them, and she felt there was something more something missing to the puzzle of healing. Then she's suffered a life threatening accident, and as he lay on her bed reading accounts of Jesus healing. She experienced a dramatic recovery and this swift healing center back into the bible to discover the cause of the betterment. She came to realize that although the human mind appeared to do marvelous things it was actually the cause of most pain and disease. The real curious. She found was in the spirit or mind of gone that Jesus expressed her utilized, and she learned that both the human mind and body become subordinate to God's laws regarding health when the spirit or mind of God is lived and expressed and she then put into practice, which he learned through prayer shield. People have just a cute chronic organic diseases. She taught others to heal and named her system of healing Christian Science. Eighteen seventy five she published science and health. She recognized it to be God's gift to the world. So she ordained the bible and science and health is the pastor the impersonal pastor for her church, but not only does it care for the church's needs. But anybody who's picking up these two books? They just feel God's love and care that the powerful presence. They feel the majesty of guns being in their lives. Oh, that's beautiful. And I mean, that's a wonderful sense of pasta that I think I would want to reach out to if I was in any kind of need or wanting to understand something more about spiritual life, so tennis bit more about how you have learned to love and lean on the pastor that you just described from an early age, you know, my my parents were both Christian scientist. So they they constantly everyday studied the bible and science and health through a bible. Lesson that the Christian Science church publishes, and it's the same bible lesson that is read and church services throughout the world. And so they were constantly turning the bible and science and health and that way, so that that was my example. And so. An early age. I went to the Christian Science Sunday school and heard bible stories and how they were relevant to my life. How they could enrich my being. And then I found that these two books they just they became my friends guides and constant physician. They were just always there. That's great. And so it says you you had a good relationship with your pasta right from the get-go. To me. It's been just a automatic thing. When I have a need. I just turned to these books. Whether it's a familiar passes. I know or sometimes I just opened up randomly in see where the inspiration leads because I've found that it's the spiritual ideas in these books that move fought in one thought moves, that's when healing is happening. And what I mean by thought moving is just moving off, a materialistic or a limited or selfish base. And I start to recognize the spiritual nature of what God has created us to be. So when you sort of I started hearing about this as a child, can you remember any specific experiences where you felt the comfort of the past. Or really felt the this pasta was communicating to you. Oh boy. There's just so many times. From physical healings. I remember one time I was. Was my twin brother, and I we were playing little league baseball, and I was playing shortstop and this. The biggest fastest guy was hitting the ball. And he smacked a ball and hit the ground and took a bad hop and hit me right libel. And so I'm sauntering around and figure eights. Around the field as they're scoring runs. Everybody else afterwards. Oh, you're gonna have this black. I mean, a lot of pain and stuff like that. And when I got home, and I just my parents just kind of loved me and cared for me and just opened up the bible and started just reading just comforting passages and the next morning. There was no black guy. There was nothing. It was just immediately dismissed and so have just over and over again whether was. Overcoming chickenpox? Just a matter of twenty four hours or. All sorts of things that kids get into on their playing in the woods and Texas. In the main thing was feeling unafraid. That's to me. That's what the pastor is. Brought me a feeling of since. I'm not a victim. I'm unafraid that I have dominion over my thought, and therefore I can control my body. Well, that's an extraordinary thing for people to have his knee. I think everyone listening will think that that's that's what I have. Well, how does the pasta help us to find that that dominion that sense? If you like authority over every aspect of our lives. Okay. The book in Matthew in the bible. I love it. I read it a lot. And it starts off saying when he was come down from the mountain. It's talking about Jesus when he was come down from the mountain. Great multitudes followed him and behold, there came a leper and worshiped him saying, Lord, if if that will make me clean, and she's put forth his hand. And touched him saying, I will be though clean immediately. His leprosy was cleansed. And so over the years when I'm looking at that, I think about the mountain was that physical elevation or was that a spiritual oneness with God. And that that's what the bible and science teaches me is how to pray and a gain that oneness with.
"america bible" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
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"america bible" Discussed on KELO
"The cannot proved that these things are not connected my friends this is the deep state hard at work to try to take on a president that you and i like that this is exactly what i wrote about in from swore on page to fifty one if you have the book near you would when you all turn ladies and gentleman to the bible of this it minutes ration the bible of america bible of the future of the conservative movement page to fifty one of my new best cellar which will be announced tomorrow you'll see the war that i want you about the deep state against this presidency it doesn't matter what eli trump weeden vote for trump what matters is you've now turn this government over to grow our group of disgruntled mean spice and i write this it all comes back to donald trump in whether he'll be able to govern at all the forces against them have been trying to see that he can't since november ninth twenty sixteen that's why he has a warren his hands a war not with far and they should was but with the evil forces trying to destroying from within the deep state i wrote will use all means and it's disposal to undermine him that protect the global a stamp are they built on the democrat and ryan o administrations going back decades we are going to have to standby trump against them if are going to reclaim this nation and it's government true words of not yet been written on this sad day in american history when you see to minorities and i'll say it over and over again until you get what i'm saying to you i'll say it until you here and i don't know how uncomfortable that makes you up it makes you squared up you squared when i say this adam schefter i'm jewish heritage should know better money maxime waters african american should know better they have smear demand without any evidence they have used all the tactics not of mccarthy but i'm joseph stalin and that's where played the san song today and by the way what i am gonna do is open up the mike today eight five five four of seven to eight.
"america bible" Discussed on KKAT
"The cannot proved that these things are not connected my friends this is the deep state hard at work to try to take on a president that you and i elected this is exactly what i wrote about interim swore on page to fifty one if you have the book near you would when you all turn ladies and gentleman to the bible of this administrator in the bible of america bible of the future of the conservative movement page to fifty one of my new best cellar which will be announced tomorrow you'll see the war that i want you about the deep state against this president say it doesn't matter what eli trump weeden vote for trump what matters is you've now turn this government over to brought a group of disgruntled mean spice and i write this it all comes back to donald trump in whether he'll be able to govern at all the forces against them have been trying to see that he can't since november ninth twenty sixteen that's why he has a warren his hands a war not with foreign nation's but with the evil forces trying to destroying from within the deep state i wrote will use all means and it's disposal ta on the mind him at protect the global it's temp are they built on the democrat and ryan o administrations going back decades we are going to have to stand by trump against them if are going to reclaim this nation and it's government true words of not yet been written on this sad day in american history when you see to minorities and i'll say it over and over again until you get what i'm saying to you i'll say it until you here and i don't know how uncomfortable that makes you up it makes you squared up you squared when i say this adam schefter i'm here with heritage should know better money maxime waters african american should know better they have smear demand without any evidence they have used all the tactics not of mccarthy but i'm joseph stalin and that's where played the san song today and by the way what i am gonna do is open up the mike today eight five five four of seven to eight.