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"charles wesley" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:06 min | 2 weeks ago

"charles wesley" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"So you are mocked by Rolling Stone magazine. Some little editor there was really psyched that they came up with Jesus Christ super spreader. And let me tell you that this is going to be, I mean, it's kind of like when they said to Donald Trump about fake news and he decided, okay, I'm going to embrace this term fake news. I'm going to make it my term. So super spreader, you decided to make it the title of the film, which is brilliant. And I've only seen clips of the film, but it is amazing. Now who made this film? How did this come about? Well, I've been I was approached by vice and showtime and all these different crazy left outlets that wanted to do a documentary. And of course, we knew how they were going to tell the story. So we just thought, you know what? And then I had some other Friends approach being they're like, hey, what if we just followed around with the camera and we kind of told the story and the full story, which I think is important for people to see, I mean, you know, of course you added so much depth to the film, bringing historical context and sharing your history of what you've seen through your studies and everything. But then we also had a lot of people that were trolls that we interviewed. We had people telling their side of the story from, you know, how much they hated what we're doing or criticize what we're doing. We have Harvard theologian professors on there, a guy that ranted against me in a whole lecture, you know? We have, and then at the same time, we have these crazy testimonies that are undeniable of people that we're going to kill themselves. And all of a sudden they're walking through Washington square park in New York City and they throw their suicide medicine down at the altar and they get baptized, you know, and they leave in freedom. And so you have this incredible journey where it's not like a cheesy face film. I mean, it really is controversial. It's raw, you see the depth of despair in the moments that we wrestle with, but you also see the incredible breakthroughs that got brought.

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"charles wesley" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:44 min | 2 weeks ago

"charles wesley" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"On the 29th, please write this down. Now, Sean, I met you the day you came to New York. I mean, I had heard you were in New York with Jay coopman doing this stuff. And I remember being blown away thinking, how did I not hear about this? Because I live in New York. I was so excited that you'd come to New York, but I'd missed it. And I said, if you ever come back to New York, so a year ago, roughly, you came to New York, and that day I got to meet you. And you filmed me. I didn't even know this was happening. We went to a friend's apartment and you filmed me for this documentary you're making called super spreader. So that's the film we're talking about. Right now. Now, in the film, I want to be clear to my audience because not everybody a lot of people are listening to this most by radio. They're not seeing the visuals. But in the film, I'm clean shaven. Of course, now I have these gorgeous mutton chops side whiskers. I don't know if you realize this, Sean, but I'm being mistaken for a union general on the streets of New York, a man approached me and said, sir, did we fight together in the battle of vicksburg? Because of these beautiful mutton chop sideways, because I want to be clear in the film folks, you're going to see me, I'm clean shaven. Like a baby. Like a baby. This is in the before times. I joke around, but I mean, that was the day I met you. And I, you know, I maybe I've said this to my audience before, but, you know, Sean, I'd heard about you and what you were doing, but it's very rare that I meet someone who is a powerful encouragement and a goad to me in the face. And I want to say that when I saw the fire that you guys brought in The Bronx. We went up to The Bronx to do this. Let us worship event. And I said, I haven't seen this. You bring a tremendous fire and a joy and a hope. Anybody who's familiar with you. A lot of people listening right now, they know who you are. But I want to say that there are a lot who don't. And I want to encourage those folks to go see this film because it's kind of, we're living in a time where we need this kind of encouragement. We need to see, but I actually just, I have this theory that there are people like you and me, we're traveling around with people who get it. But there are plenty of people out there thinking, I don't know what's going on and my church is really quiet and they've kind of, they need to see what is happening and what has been happening. And that's what this film is for me is that people are going to think, oh my gosh, I've missed this. I want to get, I want to be a part of this. So let me ask you, well, just two things. I've just got to tell you, maybe you know this. But I've been doing a lot of reading on revival history. And every time Christians are tagged with a negative, it becomes something that they embrace themselves and it becomes a positive. The methodist. John Wesley, Charles Wesley. They were mocked as methodists. Yeah. They were mocked. It was a term of mockery, and they eventually embraced it. And this happens over and over and over. Jesus freaks. The quakers. Over and over and over. So you are mocked by Rolling Stone magazine. Some little editor there was really psyched that they came up with Jesus Christ super spreader. And let me tell you that this is going to be, I mean, it's kind of like when they said to Donald Trump about fake news and he decided, okay, I'm going to embrace this term fake.

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"charles wesley" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

09:19 min | 5 months ago

"charles wesley" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"I think in the superior court system, I see judges that will keep 9 people locked up pending their trial because of the fear that the tenth one may commit another crime. So you don't want judges that are ruling based out of fear for fear of losing their job. At the same time, I believe does need to be some sort of accountability. Now I do believe we have impeachment processes that are theoretically possible, but virtually never. Virtually never happens. So it's a fine line between the accountability that I think all of would like to see versus the judges that might be ruling and putting their finger out to test the prevailing political winds before they make a decision. So it's horns of a dilemma that we're on with respect to how long these federal and Supreme Court terms should be. And I think a current example may be almost the opposite of what you just described Patrick is justice clarence Thomas with his wife Ginny and all of your emails and text messages. Okay, wouldn't the honorable thing to do is to recuse yourselves. So there's no possible appearance of conflict of interest when these cases are, but it's like, well, thanks for sharing. But I'm not going to recuse myself. And it's like, okay, then there's no recourse. Those kind of things, a little frustrating. I was just thinking, as we get into the end of our time here, that among judges, especially when it comes to the constitution, there's these originalists. And then there's those who see it as kind of a living document. And I think there's parallels with how different groups of Christians view the Bible. Absolutely. And they're like, no, no, I don't interpret the Bible. I don't interpret the constitution. It's what the original authors said, intended, which gets a little subjective. What more do you think about that, especially not necessarily the Bible, but taking this kind of originalist point of view because even right now, with the roe V wade case back, what's leaked out is justice Elio was basically saying, well, it was never in the Fourteenth Amendment. It was never implied. That someone can have a right to their own pregnancy in their own body. Following that line of thinking, there are things about the Civil Rights Act. And same sex marriage and all these other things that the original writers of the constitution clearly didn't have in mind. Even the abolishment of slavery and the human value of a person from Africa that they had been brought here in chains. So what's your understanding of these two views of the fundamentals? Well, you know, we have to interpret documents, whether it's the scriptures or the constitution. It must be interpreted. There's no way around it. So we have a right to bear arms, but does that mean that everyone is entitled to have hand grenades and rocket launchers? Exactly. So that absolutely must be interpreted. So I think kind of the crux of it comes down to whether we believe that we are bound by what the writers of that text be it constitution or scripture meant at the time or do we take a look at given the great values of the constitution of equal justice and equal protection and personal freedom, is that the greater context in which we should interpret the words of the constitution or do we take a more wooden literal approach? I mean, I experienced that in my own struggling with the scriptures that I grew up with, but I had an experience where I looked at, well, how did these scriptures function within the pages of scriptures themselves? Because there's people at almost worship, the text, not realizing, well, at the end of the day, I think, as people of faith, we're trying to figure out what does God want here and now. And there was famously a Jerusalem council where the literalists came and said, you know, the Bible, the scriptures are clear that these gentiles, if they want to be part of the community of faith, must be circumcised, and then the more progressive said, well, we think that we sense the spirit of God is moving somewhere else and we can step away from this literal reading that everyone took. So I think, you know, there's some parallels there. A great example. Yeah. Yeah, I would say that I was born and raised a baptist. So not wesleyan, which is more methodist and I guess Anglican. But one of the things when I was teaching at a wesleyan school as an adjunct, I had to learn the wesleyan quadrilateral, and I was thinking in its odd sort of way. It kind of applies to how you're describing the constitution. This approach to the constitution, because the west thing quadrilateral with John and Charles Wesley, they would basically say, okay, in the quadrilateral, there's four quadrants, and one of them is clearly a scripture, and that's a big quadrant. That's our holy writ. But there's three other quadrants. And we weigh off four, right? So as we look at scripture, we weigh tradition, we weigh experience, and we weigh reason. And when I learned that, I gosh, you know, I could be a wesleyan. But I was thinking, I think everybody actually uses all four quadrants, but certain people only admit to using one. Which is the Bible. And the example that you used in the book of acts, the more progressive Jewish Christians at the time were saying, well, what do you see? They're speaking in tongues, that's what we were speaking at Pentecost. When we were all Jews, right? And so there's been multiple occasions of this, so maybe there's a spiritual circumcision, a circumcision of the heart that even though you have Bible verses and tradition on your side that male has to be physically circumcised in order to become a believer in the messiah, we think new developments begged that question, right? And I feel like that's kind of descriptive of what you're saying about the constitution, our constitution is like, yeah, okay, that's one quadrant. That's kind of our sacred document as a country. But back when it was written, most of those people who wrote it were owning slaves. And they wiped out indigenous people and they didn't see women as being valued enough to vote, let alone non landowning males. So we've learned a thing or two since then, and so shame on us and it's certainly it flies in the face of those original principles that we're talking about. Liberty and justice for all and freedom. So it's like, yeah, that's not, that's not changing things. That's actually trying to be our word progressive if saying, well, this is what we've learned since. And we think it's still rooted in this document. But it wasn't fairly applied. What did you think about that? Amen. Yeah. All right, we crossed the streams. So tell our listeners, especially those in LA county, when will they be given opportunity to vote for you? And when are those ballots coming out, the sample ballots, where your name is going to appear, all of that so that they can start paying attention. The sample ballots, a lot of morale, we haven't received ours, but people have been texting me a photograph of the race for office number one 51 on their ballots. And there's a one month of mail in balloting, so we're right on the brink of the process starting. And of course, there's a lot of locations that used to be only had to go on election day, but there's a lot of locations where you can go ahead of time, I think that was one of the blessings of COVID. But so between when the mail in ballots arrive and when the polling stations open up and January 7th, that is the window of time where people can vote here in Los Angeles for mayor and sheriff and city attorney and judge, so we're coming up right up on it here. Did you say January, June 7th? Yeah, I was like, wait a minute. That's like, no, no, it's much sooner than we think. Take two. Again, listeners, if you're an LA county, I brought Patrick here, not just because he's a friend and not just because I think he's very well qualified. I'm going to go one step farther than the LA bar association. To be a superior court judge, I just want you to know that there are people like Patrick, who are putting in the time of the effort investing their own money with the backing of a lot of people who've come to know you and respect you. And love where you come from and believe like I do that we need people like you on the bench. So I hope you're paying attention, Ellie voters. Because I don't think it takes that many votes to turn the tide on some of these judicial elections..

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"charles wesley" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"charles wesley" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

"Three four zero seven zero. There's still time for you to call him. Pray but we're running out of time. Lord i come and i know there must be a great move of your spirit to reveal to us are true condition. Many have lied to themselves saying that. They're fine making excuses but in reality. If we came face to face with reality we would have to admit there are real issues between your heart and our heart. And we've made excuses for those issues and we've not done the prayer work necessary to get to you. Lord jesus and to have you wipe out those wicked things in our hearts lord. I'm not. i'm not going to play church. I'm not going to be a part of the wicked entertainment of our modern american church or the prosperity church. The joel owes of this world who are other heretics other apostate people lord. I'm asking would you come in. Reveal to us the true condition of arts. Would you unveil our hearts before you. Jesus that we could see the stark ugly reality of our western religion and how far we have fallen from grace that what the early teachers george whitfield jonathan edwards. Charles wesley charles. Finney spurgeon sunday and many others what they preached and todd is so unlike anything heard in the american church today we have become soft sentimental slobs. Lord i pray you will reveal our hearts before were swept away in the fire. That's coming lord. Today many are riding the fence and thinking that the last minute they can slip into heaven but they'll fail because they're too far away from you to enter in salvation luda plead today your mercy. You are just god and you will punish wickedness and you will judge sin but you're also god of great compassion in suffering your god of great love masking lord that your love would be revealed to the american church and to america. I'm asking that your love would be revealed by judgements that would cause us to turn and repentance to you. I fear your judgments will simply bring destruction. Masking lord that your judgments would in your great mercy. We'd bring repentance instead of destruction..

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"charles wesley" Discussed on Celebrate Community Church

Celebrate Community Church

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"charles wesley" Discussed on Celebrate Community Church

"Michelle rights. It's so exciting. My son turned fourteen and now he knows everything everything. I don't have to tell them anything anymore. Because he already knows in fact he knows more than i do and more than his dad does. We couldn't be more thrilled. What joyous time. I like this piece of dialogue son asks. Are you eating pie for breakfast. Me eating pie. No fruit casserole. You want some sun. No i hate casserole me whispers. I know my son my seven year. Old how she would survive a bear attack and she replied that you try to be his friend best making her the most adorable of my children but also the least likely to survive an encounter with an actual bear. My five year old asked me what a poop hole does after an impromptu lesson digestive system i realize he actually said pupil next lesson enunciation. Being a mom and apparent in general can be so crazy moments like that. It's so easy to get caught up in. I know for my wife. And i can feel like that. I still sometimes feel like she literally just told me that. We're gonna have a kid. And i was like i got nine months to figure out how to be a parent and now my son's too. It's crazy and you know it's so easy to get caught up in whatever crazy thing. They're doing today whether six years or sixty years old. My wife and i have found by talking with parents who are much wiser than us. That parenting comes down to something. That may sound a little weird. When i first say it but it comes down to visionary leadership because now we hear that word visionary leadership we think man of alon. Musk or we think of maybe a politician or some great ceo but the reality is this politics being a leading a business. Whatever that may be those pale in comparison to raising a child man. Because i think what i do with my son what you do at your kids is so much more important than any business or anything else out there and so it comes down to visionary leadership but often doesn't feel like that oftentimes parenting feels like reaction ship. You know we're just reacting in the moment we're trying to keep them fed. Keep them healthy. Keeping moving to the next thing the next practice the next whatever then all of a sudden they're adults and so we're trying to get them onto the next whatever that may be the next relationship the next phase of their life however the best parents i've ever seen have led with a vision for their kids lives. They've led with a vision for their kids. Lives doing things intentionally today. So they turn out a certain way. They're in a certain position down the road and you can see this happened over and over again. Parents tiger woods parents for instance. They had him golfing and he turned out to be a halfway decent golfer. Susanna wesley had a lot of kids in her lifetime each and every one of them that she was able to raise she spent time teaching them. God's word had memorized god's word and spent time intentionally individually with each of them each and every week to make sure how they were doing spiritually and how guy was working in their life disciple them and her sons john went on to lead movement. John wesley and charles wesley to lead a movement that went all across the world that god used to preach the gospel over. And it's a large part of the reason why we're here today. And so i just so incredible to see so motherhood in parenting general is not so much about who our kids are right now. It's about who they're going to be right. The hope is that we're not just raising healthy kids today. But they were raising healthy adults who love jesus had their priorities straight and that involves some visionary leadership. There's a definition of leadership by a harvard business. Professor she writes it this way. Leadership is about empowering other people as a result of your presence and making sure that impact continues into your absence see so often we create systems of leadership that involve us being there. You know those ones where if we leave everything stops if we die productivity dies they all rely on us and we do this all the time at our families we do it in our workplaces. We do it all over the place and so often. We're proud of it. We kind of liked that. We want to be the man. The woman the one that is needed. You know the lynch pin if you will. I don't think that's a great way to lead. But also i think it's the opposite of the goal of parenting see from my wife and i had the goal isn't that our son will say please and thank you because we're there reminding him. We want him to be a gracious person. Who says those things for for me. My mom didn't check in on me today to make sure that i showered or brush my teeth or played nice from my friends. Those things for the most part on a deeper level. My mom hasn't checked in with me a while to make sure that. I'm reading my bible every day or that. I'm spending time with god or that. I'm praying or that. I'm following him. But i did those things. Why because my mom's leadership had an impact in my life that continues even in her absence when she's not around that's called legacy we're looking at the life of jesus we see that man. Jesus did some really cool things. That's kind of an understatement. Right but we look at the bible. We see is amazing. High level moments these moments where jesus heals the sick where he heals the blind where. He raises the dead to life where he walks on water. He does these incredible and amazing things. And then jesus just kinda does something. That seems weird. If your first reading the gospels from human mind he just leaves it just takes off and goes back to heaven. Trust his ministry to these disciples that he's been raising up he equips of what the holy spirit and even says listen. It's better than i go away. So you can have the holy spirit and you can have that power coming out of you and he just goes back to heaven something that you can miss the moments that were going on here. There was little moments that weren't necessarily considered the big moments. These little moments of jesus spending time with these men to disciple them and grow them up in raise them up and he raised up men they were able to go out through the holy spirit and lead and fulfill the great commission that he had given them which by the way is also our commission. So these disciples went out and they fulfill the great commission making disciples who may disciples. Who made disciples who disciples. Which is the reason that we're here today. And by the way let me just say it's the reason why discipleship is so key. In the church man creating disciples having intentional relationships with people to help them be fully committed. Disciple of jesus. Christ is the key to the church. It's also the key to our families. It's the key. The next generation is key to so many things in our life. I don't know about you but so often there's people at talk about the younger generation. You know me well. There's one after me but you this younger generation that there seems to.

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"charles wesley" Discussed on Life On Main

Life On Main

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"charles wesley" Discussed on Life On Main

"Team using the how much you spend prayed forgotten. I was actually listening. Part of dance group on friday money online and there was a gentleman who was there that was sharing story about charles wesley and go into his home and intended become almost like a museum and it was set up pretty much the way it was when he was there charles was. I don't know it was one of the vangelis through guide moved and brought great providers around the world. One various thing thing you find though is in federal next to his bed on the floor you will see a pillow not on the bed for next to the bed and on the floor. Ed you look at this pillow. You'll notice something very interesting. Had knee impressions because there's been no time for so long that the pillow no longer flows where he meddled in prayer before god and in fact when he was questioned about during speak bibles and founded this repair again three more. Now they're like well. How can you take mission statement more time. Exactly would that happening. I have to take more time to. I have seen that one girl was created when he on my pillow was simple prayer. God use me a. He became equally passionate about new persistent. Well there was a tour group that had gone through this room and they all after they had done this so they all got on the boston than the teacher realized that we're missing. Somebody and the teacher went back in the house. Went on basal. Could find them one while. I'm this kid anywhere. Finally found a kid upstairs in that bedroom..

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"charles wesley" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

09:29 min | 1 year ago

"charles wesley" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"He meant Charles Wesley wrote some wonderful hymns. His popular him love divine all loves excelling ends with this phrase Lost in Wonder, Love and praise. I hope these next few minutes will join us with people long ago who were lost in wonder Love and prays at the loving kindness of God to us. Even before Cole did. It struck me How seldom life lift us up too often. We're looking down. Literally. We look down down at the phone down at the bills downcast because of our problems. And that was before Cole did. Let our spirits be raised. Let us know at least for a moment. The odd Jacob fills when he said, surely the Lord is in this place, and I did not know it. My prayer is that we, too will be lost in wonder, Love and praise. Mark. Chapter three can do that. In one way. It's a mundane chapter will hear stories filled with the things of our own daily lives. Illness, anxiety hatred. You know, Where is God in my little life. That Jesus comes, He comes into the real world of real people with loving kindness. Let's listen and picture in our imagination. The first scene from Mark Chapter three. And again he went into the synagogue and a man was there who had a withered hand. And they were watching him closely to see if he would heal him on the Sabbath that they might accuse him. And Jesus says to the man having the withered hand. Get up come into the middle. And Jesus says to them, Is it lawful on the Sabbath to do good or to do evil to save life or to kill? But they were silent and looking around at them with anger. Grieved at the hardness of their hearts, he said To the man, stretch out your hand. And he stretched it out. And his hand was restored. And straight way, the heresies going out from the synagogue to a council with the high road. Ian's against him how they might destroy him. And Jesus with his disciples got out of there. You and I have the terrible ability to say no to God. Jesus brought the loving kindness of God right into the middle of that synagogue right into the middle of our lives, too, But those ancient Farris ease would not have it. Is it lawful on the Sabbath to do good or to do evil to save life or to kill? Isn't that the will of God? We know so little about the mysterious God. But we do know that God wants us to show loving kindness, toe others every day of the week. Leviticus 19 says You shall love your neighbor as yourself. I am the Lord. And that's what the 10 Commandments are about. But no those ancient authorities were locked into their own view of religious life. They had a system of man made rules that went way behind what the Hebrew Scriptures had said. They had their will not God's will. Because they were turned in on themselves. They said No The wonder love and praise they should have offered because of Jesus Miracle. Jesus got out of there. If you look at English translations of Mark, you'll read that Jesus departed or withdrew. He was more than that Jesus enemies were turning up the heat. The Greek word here can also convey the sense of Let's get out of here. That's what Jesus did. Now, in the next scene, we see Jesus continued to bring God's loving kindness to people. But we will also see the devilish opponents of Jesus. And Jesus with his disciples got out of there and departed to the sea and a great crowd from Galilee and from Judea and from Jerusalem and for me to Mia and beyond the Jordan and around tire inside and followed him. A great crowd hearing what he did came to him, and he told the disciples that a boat should be prepared for him because of the crowd, lest they crush him. For he was healing many so that whoever had diseases pressed on him that they might touch him. And whenever the unclean spirit saw him, they fell before him and cried, saying You are the son of God. He spoke strongly to them that they should not make him publicly known. Let me make three comments about that passage first about unclean spirits. When Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist Mark. Chapter one says the heavens were opened and Jesus saw the spirit like a dove descending into him. And the voice came from heaven. You are my beloved son with you. I am well pleased. Jesus has a good spirit within him. The Holy Spirit of God. That put Jesus into conflict with the unclean spirits, demons and devils, who say no to God's loving kindness. Shortly after Jesus was baptized, He went into a synagogue. This is still in Mark, Chapter one. And an unclean spirit cries out. What have you to do with us? Jesus of Nazareth, Have you come to destroys? I know who you are The Holy one of God. Yes, Jesus did come to destroy the forces of evil. Those forces trying to pull us away from God and take us down. Getting back now to Chapter three. The unclean spirits cried out. You are the son of God. And he spoke strongly to them that they should not make him publicly known. In no way does Jesus want to be associated with a destructive purposes and dark powers of evil? His mission is to destroy their power. That's the dark side of this scene. My second comment. The upbeat side is all the people who thronged around Jesus. There's a progression in the gospel of Mark. Crowds coming to Jesus. Keep getting bigger. In this scene. They came from all over from Galilee, Judea, Jerusalem and even from outside of Israel, Jews and Gentiles came to Jesus. Did he have a PR department? No, just word of mouth. People who had experienced God's loving kindness through Jesus told others more and more came because they too yearned to be touched with his loving kindness. Don't we all want loving kindness? Don't we want our down spirits lifted up often in his health where we need hope. That was true for many in this great crowd for he was healing many so that whoever had diseases pressed on him that they might touch him. Third and this is important. The boat. The crowd was so large that Jesus said to his disciples that a boat should be prepared for him because of the crowd less they crush him. It wasn't just that the boat would protect Jesus from being crushed by the crowd. Yes, who would do that? But the boat was also a place where he could teach the crowd. Mark. Chapter four. You will see Jesus teaching from a boat. Jesus was always teaching. But he did not always heal everyone who came to him. He was very clear about that. Back in Mark, Chapter one. The disciples found Jesus early in the morning and said, Everyone is looking for you. And he said to them, let us go on to the next towns that I may preach there. Also for that is why I came out. And he went throughout all Galilee, preaching in their synagogues and casting out demons. Jesus healed people to call attention to his teaching through his teaching. Jesus taught that God's loving kindness brings something even Maurin important than physical health. His word breaks the hold of evil and sin Jesus Word brings God's gifts of forgiveness, Hope and eternal salvation..

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"charles wesley" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

09:37 min | 1 year ago

"charles wesley" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"And deepen our on devotion to your good and gracious will. In Jesus name. We pray. Amen. Charles Wesley wrote some wonderful hymns. His popular him love divine all loves excelling ends with this phrase Lost in Wonder, Love and praise. I hope these next few minutes will join us with people long ago who were lost in wonder Love and prays at the loving kindness of God to us. Even before Cole did. It struck me How seldom life lifts us up too often. We're looking down. Literally. We look down down at the phone down at the bills downcast because of our problems. And that was before Cole did. Let our spirits be raised. Let us know at least for a moment. The AWD. Jacob fills when he said Surely the Lord is in this place, and I did not know it. My prayer is that we, too will be lost in wonder, Love and praise. Mark. Chapter three can do that, in one way. It's a Monday in chapter will hear stories filled with the things of our own daily lives. Illness, anxiety, hatred. You know, Where is God in my little life. Jesus comes He comes into the real world of real people with loving kindness. Let's listen and picture in our imagination. The first scene from Mark Chapter three. And again he went into the synagogue and a man was there who had a withered hand. And they were watching him closely to see if he would heal him on the Sabbath that they might accuse him. And Jesus says to the man having the withered hand. Get up come into the middle. And Jesus says to them, Is it lawful on the Sabbath to do good or to do evil to save life or to kill? But they were silent and looking around at them with anger. Grieved at the hardness of their hearts, he said To the man, stretch out your hand. And he stretched it out. And his hand was restored. And straight way, the heresies going out from the synagogue to a council with of erode Ian's against him how they might destroy him. And Jesus with his disciples got out of there. You and I have the terrible ability to say no to God. Jesus brought the loving kindness of God right into the middle of that synagogue right into the middle of our lives, too, But those ancient Farris ease would not have it. Is it lawful on the Sabbath to do good or to do evil to save life or to kill? Isn't that the will of God? We know so little about the mysterious God. But we do know that God wants us to show loving kindness to others every day of the week. Leviticus 19 says You shall love your neighbor as yourself. I am the Lord. And that's what the 10 Commandments are about. But no, those ancient authorities were locked into their own view of religious life. They had a system of man made rules that went way behind what the Hebrew Scriptures had said they had their will not God's will. Because they were turned in on themselves. They said, no to the wonder, love and praise they should have offered because of Jesus Miracle. Jesus got out of there. If you look at English translations of Mark, you'll read that Jesus departed or with true he was more than that. Jesus enemies were turning up the heat. The Greek word here can also convey the sense of Let's get out of here. That's what Jesus did. Now, in the next scene, we see Jesus continued to bring God's loving kindness to people. But we will also see the devilish opponents of Jesus. And Jesus with his disciples got out of there and departed to the sea and a great crowd from Galilee and from Judea and from Jerusalem and for me to Mia and beyond the Jordan and around tire and Sidon followed him. The great crowd hearing what he did came to him, and he told the disciples that a boat should be prepared for him because of the crowd, lest they crush him. For he was healing many so that whoever had diseases pressed on him that they might touch him. And whenever the unclean spirit saw him, they fell before him and cried, saying You are the son of God. He spoke strongly to them that they should not make him publicly known. Let me make three comments about that passage first about unclean spirits. When Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist Mark. Chapter one says the heavens were opened and Jesus saw the spirit like a dove descending into him. And the voice came from heaven. You are my beloved son with you. I am well pleased. Jesus has a good spirit within him. The Holy Spirit of God. That put Jesus into conflict with the unclean spirits, demons and devils, who say no to God's loving kindness. Shortly after Jesus was baptized, He went into a synagogue. This is still in Mark, Chapter one. And an unclean spirit cries out. What have you to do with us? Jesus of Nazareth, Have you come to destroy us? I know who you are The Holy one of God. Yes, Jesus did come to destroy the forces of evil. Those forces trying to pull us away from God and take us down. Getting back now to Chapter three. The unclean spirits cried out. You are the son of God. And he spoke strongly to them that they should not make him publicly known. In No way does Jesus want to be associated with a destructive purposes and dark powers of evil? His mission is to destroy their power. That's the dark side of this scene. My second comment. The upbeat side is all the people who thronged around Jesus. There's a progression in the gospel of Mark. Crowds coming to Jesus. Keep getting bigger. In this scene. They came from all over from Galilee, Judea, Jerusalem and even from outside of Israel, Jews and Gentiles came to Jesus. Did he have a PR department? No, just word of mouth. People who had experienced God's loving kindness through Jesus told others more and more came because they too yearned to be touched with his loving kindness. Don't we all want loving kindness? Don't we want our down spirits lifted up? Often ate his health where we need hope. That was true for many in this great crowd for he was healing many so that whoever had diseases pressed on him that they might touch him. Third and this is important. The boat The crowd was so large that Jesus said to his disciples that a boat should be prepared for him because of the crowd less they crush him. It wasn't just that the boat would protect Jesus from being crushed by the crowd. Yes, it would do that. But the boat was also a place where he could teach the crowd. Mark. Chapter four. You will see Jesus teaching from a boat. Jesus was always teaching. But he did not always heal everyone who came to him. He was very clear about that back and Mark Chapter one. The disciples found Jesus early in the morning and said, Everyone is looking for you. And he said to them, let us go on to the next towns that I may preach there also for that is why I came out. And he went throughout all Galilee, preaching in their synagogues and casting out demons. Jesus healed people to call attention to his teaching through his teaching. Jesus taught that God's loving kindness brings something even Maurin important than physical health. His word breaks the hold of evil and sin Jesus Word brings God's gifts of forgiveness, hope and eternal salvation. Fast forward from.

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"charles wesley" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"charles wesley" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And deepen our on devotion to your good and gracious will. In Jesus name. We pray. Amen. Charles Wesley wrote some wonderful hymns. His popular him love divine all loves excelling ends with this phrase Lost in Wonder, Love and praise. Hope these next few minutes will join us with people long ago who were lost in wonder Love and prays at the loving kindness of God to us. Even before Cole did. It struck me How seldom life lift us up too often. We're looking down. Literally. We look down down at the phone down at the bills downcast because of our problems. And that was before Cole did. Let our spirits be raised. Let us know at least for a moment. The odd Jacob fills when he said, surely the Lord is in this place, and I did not know it. My prayer is that we, too will be lost in wonder, Love and praise. Mark. Chapter three can do that. In one way, it's a mundane chapter will hear stories filled with the things of our own daily lives. Illness, anxiety, hatred, you know. Where's God in my little life? That Jesus comes He comes into the real world of real people with loving kindness. Let's listen and picture in our imagination. The first scene from Mark Chapter three. And again he went into the synagogue and a man was there who had a withered hand. And they were watching him closely to see if he would heal him on the Sabbath that they might accuse him. And Jesus says to the man having the withered hand. Get up come into the middle. And Jesus says to them, Is it lawful on the Sabbath to do good or to do evil to save life or to kill? But they were silent and looking around at them with anger. Grieved at the hardness of their hearts, he said To the man, stretch out your hand. And he stretched it out. And his hand was restored. And straight way, the heresies going out from the synagogue to a council with the high road. Ian's against him how the might destroy him. And Jesus with his disciples got out of there. You and I have the terrible ability to say no to God. Jesus brought the loving kindness of God right into the middle of that synagogue right into the middle of our lives, too, But those ancient Farris ease would not have it. Is it lawful on the Sabbath to do good or to do evil to save life or to kill? Isn't that the will of God? We know so little about the mysterious God. But we do know that God wants us to show loving kindness, toe others every day of the week. Leviticus 19 says You shall love your neighbor as yourself. I am the Lord. And that's what the 10 Commandments are about. But no, those ancient authorities were locked into their own view of religious life. They had a system of man made rules that went way behind what the Hebrew Scriptures had said. They had their will not God's will. Because they were turned in on themselves. They said No The wonder love and praise they should have offered because of Jesus Miracle. Jesus got out of there. If you look at English translations of Mark, you'll read that Jesus departed or with true he was more than that Jesus enemies were turning up the heat. The Greek word here can also convey the sense of Let's get out of here. That's what Jesus did. Now, in the next scene, we see Jesus continued to bring God's loving kindness to people. But we will also see the devilish opponents of Jesus. Jesus with his disciples got out of there and departed to the sea and a great crowd from Galilee and from Judea and from Jerusalem and for me to Mia and beyond the Jordan and around tire and Sidon followed him. The great crowd hearing what he did came to him, and he told the disciples that a boat should be prepared for him because of the crowd, lest they crush him. For he was healing many so that whoever had diseases pressed on him that they might touch him. And whenever the unclean spirit saw him, they fell before him and cried, saying You are the son of God. He spoke strongly to them that they should not make him publicly known. Let me make three comments about that passage first about unclean spirits. When Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist Mark. Chapter one says the heavens were opened and Jesus saw the spirit like a dove descending into him. And the voice came from heaven. You are my beloved son with you. I am well pleased. Jesus has a good spirit within him. The Holy Spirit of God. That put Jesus into conflict with the unclean spirits, demons and devils, who say no to God's loving kindness. Shortly after Jesus was baptized, He went into a synagogue. This is still in Mark, Chapter one. And an unclean spirit cries out. What have you to do with us? Jesus of Nazareth, Have you come to destroy us? I know who you are The Holy one of God. Yes, Jesus did come to destroy the forces of evil. Those forces trying to pull us away from God and take us down. Getting back now to Chapter three. The unclean spirits cried out. You are the son of God. And he spoke strongly to them that they should not make him publicly known..

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"charles wesley" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"charles wesley" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"Hello welcome to classics for kids. I'm naomi lewin. This week in celebration of the christmas season some classical compositions that involve christmas carols in the middle of the nineteenth century. An englishman named william chatterton dix came up with christmasy words. What child is this for the old folk song green sleeves years later when raytheon williams wrote his fantasia on green sleeves. He probably had a pretty good idea that the peace would get played a lot at christmas. Time the fantasia. Green sleeves was originally part of an opera but some pieces of christmas. Carol classical music written to be used in church johann sebastian bach was an excellent organised. Who spent years writing church music. Bach based a whole set of variations on the old german. Carol come <unk> mojo known in english as from heaven above earth. I come that same. Carol turns up in auto nikolas christmas overture which even has acquired to sing it. There's another german christmas. Carol in which. Mary sings joseph dearest joseph mine asking joseph for help rocking the baby. Jesus to sleep. Yohannes brahms used that in song. He wrote to honor another baby the son of his good friend joseph or josef in german. Walk him brahms. Like the inside. Joke of the to joseph's and he liked the wonderful tune which he gave to the biala <music>. A couple of centuries earlier than brahms was composing in germany mach. One chaperone ta was composing in france. Chaperone ta came up with a whole set of what he called. Carols for instruments. The title of this one is where are those cheerful shepherds headed. One of the top ten favorite christmas carols actually has music by classical composer even though that's not what he wrote it for felix mendelssohn composed a song to celebrate yohannes gutenberg. The man who invented the movable type printing press mendelssohn didn't like the words to that song and told his publisher. He thought the music could be recycled for something else. Maybe a wedding piece but nothing really religious. After mendelssohn died someone in england discovered that the music went perfectly with a poem by charles wesley. The brother of john. Wesley who founded methodism <music>. Pieces that use christmas carols were meant to be played at christmas time. Utter reno raspy composed a musical description of three paintings by italian renaissance artist. Sandro botticelli one of those paintings is the adoration of the maj. I in which maj i. The three kings are part of a huge crowd admiring the baby. Jesus resp- iggy sets the scene by quoting an old church chant anyb- any emmanuel which you know as the christmas. Carol o come o come emmanuel. The three kings feature in another piece that uses a christmas carol. The farren dole from the arlesienne sweet by george. Bc opens with an old french. Carol called the march of the kings

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Georges Bizet, Christmas Carols in Classical Music

Classics for Kids

05:13 min | 1 year ago

Georges Bizet, Christmas Carols in Classical Music

"Hello welcome to classics for kids. I'm naomi lewin. This week in celebration of the christmas season some classical compositions that involve christmas carols in the middle of the nineteenth century. An englishman named william chatterton dix came up with christmasy words. What child is this for the old folk song green sleeves years later when raytheon williams wrote his fantasia on green sleeves. He probably had a pretty good idea that the peace would get played a lot at christmas. Time the fantasia. Green sleeves was originally part of an opera but some pieces of christmas. Carol classical music written to be used in church johann sebastian bach was an excellent organised. Who spent years writing church music. Bach based a whole set of variations on the old german. Carol come mojo known in english as from heaven above earth. I come that same. Carol turns up in auto nikolas christmas overture which even has acquired to sing it. There's another german christmas. Carol in which. Mary sings joseph dearest joseph mine asking joseph for help rocking the baby. Jesus to sleep. Yohannes brahms used that in song. He wrote to honor another baby the son of his good friend joseph or josef in german. Walk him brahms. Like the inside. Joke of the to joseph's and he liked the wonderful tune which he gave to the biala A couple of centuries earlier than brahms was composing in germany mach. One chaperone ta was composing in france. Chaperone ta came up with a whole set of what he called. Carols for instruments. The title of this one is where are those cheerful shepherds headed. One of the top ten favorite christmas carols actually has music by classical composer even though that's not what he wrote it for felix mendelssohn composed a song to celebrate yohannes gutenberg. The man who invented the movable type printing press mendelssohn didn't like the words to that song and told his publisher. He thought the music could be recycled for something else. Maybe a wedding piece but nothing really religious. After mendelssohn died someone in england discovered that the music went perfectly with a poem by charles wesley. The brother of john. Wesley who founded methodism Pieces that use christmas carols were meant to be played at christmas time. Utter reno raspy composed a musical description of three paintings by italian renaissance artist. Sandro botticelli one of those paintings is the adoration of the maj. I in which maj i. The three kings are part of a huge crowd admiring the baby. Jesus resp- iggy sets the scene by quoting an old church chant anyb- any emmanuel which you know as the christmas. Carol o come o come emmanuel. The three kings feature in another piece that uses a christmas carol. The farren dole from the arlesienne sweet by george. Bc opens with an old french. Carol called the march of the kings

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"charles wesley" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"charles wesley" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"There it awful reality. Hits. But God. He's dead a great two words or what we are flat out. We. Can't breathe. A breath of spiritual air, we can't grasp a line of spiritual direction. And he the subject of verse, four He. Rich in mercy because of his great love with which he loved us even when we were dead, made us alive. If you haven't done it yet take your pan where your pencil circle the. Word God. Draw an Arrow down to verse five made US alive. Connect that WHO. Raised US up. And then connected to seated us and you got it from. But God seeing us in our Dennis made us alive. raised. US Up. Seated us in the heavenly lease, and in each case, observe the companion is with Christ with him with him. He made US alive with Christ. He raised US up with Christ seated US as Christ has been seated and there you find the core of positional truth for the believer, which is one of the misnomers of Christian. Truth Today Tragically most have never ever been instructed in their position in Christ. No wonder we live as though were still zombies. Dominated by the evil one. Listening to the desires of the flesh and following the cravings of our minds. No, no, no thousand times. No but God. Set US Free Charles Wesley. One. Of His lingering eight, thousand hymns, he left in the legacy of its life included in the fourth stanza of one of the Great Hymns Long. My imprisoned spirit lay fast bound in sin and nature's night thine diffused the quickening Ray I. Woke the dungeon flamed with light my chains fell off. My heart was free I rose went forth and followed the what fabulous theology. I WANNA scream almost do every time I sing it and can it be that? I should gain an interest in the Savior's blonde. Dungeon Shane, center dead in trespasses and sins. Locked in a prison, I could never escape from Vinai diffused a quickening. Will. The. Dungeon. Flamed with light. My chains fell off my heart was free. Sing it Wesley. Sing it. gives us more songs like that men and women. Songs to sing. The Songs of Zion. He's describing what happens. Thanks to the words but God. Since.

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"charles wesley" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"charles wesley" Discussed on KTRH

"Prepared me for the two weeks I spent alone in the house well my dad underwent the first of several surgeries or for the next two years that we saw in gradually lose his speech and grow quiet as the cancer took over his brain there are some memories from those last two years I would rather forget the things that are still too raw to talk about the words I failed to say when he most needed to hear the process of watching the strongest man I knew for a week independent the moments in which I found myself doing things for him that he did for me when I was little the sound of the funeral home staff willing the body out of the house at three thirty one night this feeling of emptiness that came after the funeral and did and everyone went home we were once again left with a quiet house and to choose maybe some day I'll be glad for those memories but not now thankfully dot left my family with plenty of good memories from the nineteen years I knew him the twenty two years my brother knew him and the thirty one years my mom shared with him when I look back at all the memories I have it's hard to pin down one characteristic that explains similar sums up who he was he was the dad to to Chris everywhere with him who teaches more in a car right in all our school books combined he was the dad who put up with the mosquitoes in our family camping trips because number one he knew the rest of us like the outdoors and number two he knew there would be some hours he was the dad who always pause the movie in the middle of the best scene to analyze the plot out loud with us he was the dad who consistently quiz test to see if we remembered who wrote his favorite hymn and can it be before belting it out in church in case you were wondering it was written by Charles Wesley he was the dad who stayed up into the early hours of the morning with us talking about.

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"charles wesley" Discussed on Life On Main

Life On Main

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"charles wesley" Discussed on Life On Main

"Say you had to sing. It said to simply joyfully shout unto God we do this in the natural when we go out and root for our favorite sports team while when they're playing and we let them know how much we appreciate what they are doing how much more so the God of the universe that his saved ourselves and giving us eternal life joyfully shout. His testimony is okay. It's allowed adoration overflows out of joy is what that incorporates. And then there's broke which is a lifestyle of yielding ourselves to garden at symbolize through the act of kneeling or bowing down or getting prostate prostrate sewri prostrate before the Lord and To let him know that we are submitting ourselves fully to his rule to his sovereignty so as much as a lot of the other Expressive worship May lean a little bit more towards the passion. Side appreciating God for his love and first mercy This form of worship is acknowledging his sovereignty and His Holiness and his kingship and our place of submission in the midst of that okay and then we have to Hilla which is to sing a new song spontaneously seeing or melodiously chant to God specifically in a song that we have not previously rehearsed is what this is actually referring to. So this is spontaneous worship. That takes place not that. There's anything wrong with singing the songs of hill song or of Elevation worship or if it singing the songs of people like Charles Wesley and Fanny J crosby. Okay it's the this aspect though that there needs to come a point where our worship is personal. Why worship is coming from our own heart from our own lips in from our own construction of words to him they don't have to rhyme the thing is is that flows freely from the heart of who we are so these are seven specific expressions that we see in the Hebrew language of how we are to worship God and so my question is how many of those do you find that you engage in One to all seven That doesn't make you holier. Few doing all seven aside. I know some of us can't play instruments. Some of US really can't carry a tune but that's okay. A God has orchestrated in such a way that no matter who we are no matter our skill level. There's something we can bring of worship to him. Something that is pleasing to his ear and something that cheers his heart so I encourage you worship him with everything that is within you. Let him know how you feel about him and dare to actually confront your own pride and be willing to do some things even if they feel a little bit foolish to you because you've never done them before if you're doing it to worship him that is what's key hope. This has been helpful. Thank you for tuning into this episode of worship Wednesday. Join US tomorrow for Theology Thursday as we look once again if the topic of prayer have a great night. May God bless you. We want to thank you for tuning into today's broadcast. We pray that it was beneficial for you. Be Sure to tune in tomorrow for another episode of Life on me. You can learn more about our church by visiting our website. At life on main dot org you can also find us on facebook at facebook dot com slash life on main where you can learn about upcoming events and find links to videos of these broadcasts in sermons. It can also view our sermons on our Youtube Channel at bit dot l. y. slash life on main with each of those words capitalized. Thanks for listening to life on main and may God bless you..

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"charles wesley" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"charles wesley" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The health emergency would put people at excessive risk the measure would also give local governments the ability to hold elections as scheduled but with a mail in ballots in Foxboro for young children are removed from the home where there was a suspected meth lab Foxboro and state police raided a home in Foxborough early this morning in search of a suspected meth lab two people someone to court to face charges for young children were taken from the home out of concern for their health and safety they were brought to a hospital for evaluation because exposure to the by products of meth amphetamine can be toxic to young children the state's department of children and families has been notified the raid following a long term investigation by the Massachusetts state police clandestine lab enforcement team aren't going WBZ Boston news radio a subdivision in Lindfield is being named after a local who was killed in World War two the nine home subdivision will honor Charles Wesley Tuttle who was a U. S. Army Air Corps garner killed in the Pacific on August seventh nineteen forty three the developer was approached early on in the project by the American Legion about naming the development for a local veteran it will be called the total lane development and construction hopes to start either in late spring or early summer my name is Tom toward me and my name is Cindy Thorton we've been married thirty eight years we're retired and this is how we live United.

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Fun Facts About Christmas Carols

Classics for Kids

04:09 min | 2 years ago

Fun Facts About Christmas Carols

"Not all pieces. That use Christmas Ms Carols were meant to be played at Christmas time when he composed music for a play called Lila's the woman from ro a city in France. George borrowed an old French Christmas. Carol called the March of the three kings the three kings feature in another piece that uses a Christmas Carol Auto Reno you know risky composed a musical description of three paintings by Italian renaissance artist. Sandro Botticelli one of those paintings is the adoration of the Maj I in addition to the Gye the three kings. The painting shows a huge crowd gathered to admire the baby. Jesus to set the scene recipe gay quotes the old church chant. Benny Benny Emanuel which you know as the Carroll O.. Come oh come Emmanuel The Germans have a Christmas Carol Lullaby in which Mary Sings. Joseph Dearest Joseph Mine asking for help rocking rocking the baby. Jesus to sleep. Yohannes Brahms used a bit of that Carol. To open a song he wrote in honor of another baby the son of his good friend. Joseph or four Yosef in German Yawkey Brahms like the inside joke the to Joseph's and he liked the wonderful tune which he gave to the viola walk Otto Nicolai put the Carol from human known in English as from heaven above to Earth High Com into his Christmas overture and Johann. Sebastian Bach used that Carol in a set of organ variations. There's also a Christmas carol with music by Ahah classical composer. Even though that's not what he originally intended for Felix Mendelssohn wrote a Song Celebrating Yohannes Gutenberg. The man who invented invented the movable type printing press but Mendelssohn didn't like the words to the song which were by somebody else so he told his publisher to find another use for his music music. He thought it might be good for weddings but not for anything. Really religious. After Mendelssohn died someone in England discovered that the music like went perfectly with a poem by Charles Wesley. The brother of John Wesley who founded methodism. Ah

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"charles wesley" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"charles wesley" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Well he did indeed a which is why we continue to sing not only this song with others it's interesting this song was not originally put to this music by the way the music we know came a century later and is no doubt one of the reasons why this a particular Carol has been so successful in fact most of the carols the classic Christmas carols we saying we do not saying to the original tunes in many cases we don't even know the original tunes they were added later later largely in the nineteenth century during that time we we talked about sort of the rebirth of Christmas the songs were rediscovered and put the new tunes in the Judy Collins version just heard the trumpets are employed at and the and sort of the very sprightly piano and the trumpets are sort of a mark of Christmas celebrations in many churches do you have any idea when they began to appear because they're not normally part of the of the ruins in church I don't know exactly but it is of course the trumpet is very celebrate tiff and it's loud it's it's announcing it to the congregation and to the world the good news that my guess is that's why there you are the Herald angels sing another of the this the you know ki cannon of Christmas carols what's going on there again it interesting history behind behind this which was also written by one of the great English songwriter said Charles Wesley who wrote to the estimates are anywhere from three thousand to seven thousand different rather of John Wesley has gone under other interests at Charles was the big it him writer and he wrote him that we don't I don't know the exact date but he was the mid eighteenth century he wrote him which was originally called and originally began hark how the welkin rings glory to the king of kings peace on earth and mercy mild guided sinners reconciled joyful all the nations rise join the triumph of the skies universal nature say Christ the lord is born today now you'd say that's close to hark the Herald but it's not quite there in what is this well can yeah the falcons well it wouldn't work hello welcome rings the well can was the the vault of heaven we might say park how the whole universe rings with this good news about it into Wesley put out this song and it was quite popular but his good friend George Whitfield who was an evangelist at the time and close with the wet Wesley's he didn't think the first line worked so he put out a new version which was hark the Herald angels sing which Wesley didn't like Wesley was really angry that his friend changed the words of his song and and quite critical of it but Whitfield made some other changes as well he'll have his finger on the pulse yeah and so it we we of course know it is hard to Herald angels sing it thanks to George Whitfield otherwise the thing would have been lost the other curiosity about this is Wesley wanted this he this is Carol to be sung in a quite a serious mode which I don't know how that works but that's what he thought in the mid nineteenth century somebody else said you know that isn't going to work took this melody took a melody from Felix Mendelssohn who by the way had talked about his melody as not appropriate for any kind of sacred music so this guy took Mendelssohn's melody that was not appropriate for sacred music took Wesley's words changed by Whitfield that was supposed to be done seriously put the two together and came up with this great Carol and sign he's just a wonderful wonderful set of what is in deep sea ology here part of what Wesley was known for is taking four of serious Christian theology and putting it to music find out especially in the this verse here great contrast between tries plus mile the laces glory by a line that is yes to the ology put right into wonderful we come back and continue I'm a couple more carols and then return to Dickens Luther's cradle hymn a little town.

"charles wesley" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:21 min | 3 years ago

"charles wesley" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"In the the the the the offers she my the owner you said silver in the city regulate hear them the so and silver in here's that time is everybody the inspiration for this joyous Christmas Carol comes well Charles Wesley listen to the peeling of.

"charles wesley" Discussed on Making A Masterpiece of Your Life Podcast

Making A Masterpiece of Your Life Podcast

10:38 min | 3 years ago

"charles wesley" Discussed on Making A Masterpiece of Your Life Podcast

"Phase one apprenticeship the the learning stage apprenticeship is rooted in the word to apprehend port understand something it has as much to do with learning how to learn as it does with what to learn in learning life is a craft apprenticeships is the specific period of time during which one one learns to comprehend the nature of the raw materials of the craft and the skillful use of the tools of the craft in many cultures. The apprenticeship phase ace takes place sometime. During a twelve year period beginning at about age twelve to fourteen and onto age is twenty two twenty four depending upon a variety of circumstances including the requirements for training in one's chosen vocation as well as other life responsibilities which may have to be taken up the apprenticeship phase and the practice of life is a craft is comprised of three clear goals to focus the attention of those in the apprentice stage undefined measurable outcome go one transition of responsibility the rite of passage across the world in human history mystery when young men and women reached early teens we act out ceremonial rituals or rites of passage signifying the end of childhood about age twelve to fourteen the stage when an individual is considered to be fully in the care of his or her guardians were fully in legally responsible for their well being and the passage or crossing the threshold entering the society of adults. It is the beginning of apprenticeship where the individual with with the continued support of his or her guardians and mentors formerly receives from their guardians a transfer of ownership and responsibility for making making a masterpiece of one's own life going forward depending upon the culture coming of age rites of passage marking the beginning of the apprenticeship face run from the purely ceremonial to physically extreme in the practice of life as a craft the traditional way of craftsmanship hip marking the beginning of the apprenticeship phase is a cooperative agreement between Guardians Apprentice and mentors together to achieve within a certain in time frame the apprentices demonstrated proficiency in the knowledge and skills required to successfully cross over from ones apprenticeship and enter the journey work phase of life as a skilled craftsman or craftsman and make one's own way in the world through the applied practice of craftsmanship for Guardians. It is a rite of passage marking their recognition of release over their total decision making responsibility for a child and the beginning of a new adult conversation of self determination rights and responsibilities for the apprentice. The rite of passage marks the realization acceptance of the responsibility for making a masterpiece of one's own life has begun gun and is now in their hands the craftsperson of their own unique life goal to learning how to learn the way of craftsmanship for the beginning of our history human beings have interacted with the world around us to understand and make sense of what something is and how it all works. We are inquisitive by nature. An inquiry is any process that has the aim of increasing knowledge or solving a problem. It is a particular approach or method a process for understanding something there are many forms or methods of of inquiry for learning and understanding something that have been developed over thousands of years each with its own particular set of rules or process for example traditional approach to learning many crafts occupations and professions is to observe and Mimic what the mentor is doing through continuous. US practice until the outcome is deemed correct by the mentor this method of learning by doing handed down from generation to generation with often spend very little change in technique as many practical benefits by eliminating the painstaking process of trial and error having already been suffered suffered a previous generations providing the apprentice a fast track to proficiency in the craft. We call this standing on a foundation. Asian built on the shoulders of giants in the practice of life as a craft very often. We're going to be called upon to perform producing works works of quality and durability for which there is no mentor to guide us through the process to a successful outcome whether it is someone throwing a mess across your desk at work or managing a family situation at home we have all been in that place flying blind by the seat of our pants and trying to figure it out as we go along in the way of craftsmanship a critical goal of the apprenticeship phase is learning appropriate methods or how to extract the Knowledge College of how something was done that lies hidden within the finished work itself. It is a form of reverse engineering inquiry where the invisible craftsmen who created the original work reveals himself through their finished work in the late nineteenth century Charles Wesley Emerson Founder Boston's Emerson College developed an approach for learning reverse engineering the great literature of History Tree from ancient times up to the present in order to interpret them for audiences as presentations of eloquent oratory in his words. It's the world's great literature was meant for the hearing. It is a simple method enforced steps that can be applied to a great many learning subjects an extract the lessons contained within when there is no craftsman or mentor president step on the whole looking at the the object from a distance in order to see is full perimeter is viewing the whole put a frame around like a painting by placing using it inside a set of defined borders so that we can set it apart from all other things in order to focus our attention on the one thing alone. Some things are easy to do this with as their edges like an artist canvas can easily be defined however many subjects and objects objects such as thoughts and emotions appeared first glance to be a tangled shadowy edges making it difficult to get your arms around leading to the common feeling of overwhelm overwhelm and lack of control leaving you unable to cope with or understand what this thing is to be learned. The exercise is to start start with objects and subjects and practice defining them as a whole setting them apart from all other objects then progressively move onto more complex complex objects in time you will perfect the ability to see the whole object clearly through the status of the world around you and the distracting thoughts within you and the parts the next step is to identify the main component parts which are bound together to make up. We've I see as a whole. If it were a work of literature sure it might be the chapters which collectively form the book as a whole and automobiles main parts might be this suspension system or foundation which supports the entire tire automobile and upon which sits the propulsion system or engine the passenger cabin or the interior and finally the exterior or outer body which defines the edges of the object as a unique whole the exercise through reverse engineering is to analyze what what the original craftsman defined as the necessary parts to form the whole from this process. You will learn that anything. Large can be broken down into manageable parts. The relationship of the parts step three takes us into the connection between the parts as independent objects themselves folks each part is a whole unto itself however by itself it sits in isolation without being connected dynamically in a positive energetic and innovative manner to other parts within the system as a whole thus the parts in relationship to each other demonstrate which parts receive energy oh gee from and which parts energy is passed to this exercise teaches the apprentice to observe and learn the process at work among the parts parts in order to achieve a particular end result defined by the whole itself the parts in relation to the whole using using the skills learned in step one of defining the whole of an object through clear focus the apprentice now sees the original whole as a system of of interconnected parts join together through skillful craftsmanship through practice. The apprentice has learned one method of of learning to understand an object when no mentor is present or available to teach them it is a way of thinking however however in order to shape similar object as the original the apprentice must learn the characteristics of the materials used to construct the the original object and skillfully apply the tools to create the desired result in the practice of life as a craft this means understanding the unique characteristics of the inner and the outer human being oneself as the primary material of the craft and the gradual application Asian of the tools of the craft through incremental practice so as not to damage oneself and achieve the desired result to make a masterpiece of your life goal three the curriculum what is to be learned in the practice of life is a craft there are five elements that make up the curriculum you'll study over the four phases of your life in the apprenticeship phase.

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