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"church jesus christ" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors

Real Estate Disruptors

04:44 min | 7 months ago

"church jesus christ" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors

"And we'll see we can help you get there a little bit faster if you get value out of this show please tag from below. Share this up right now. That what we can all grow together and before we jump into it just a couple of quick celebrations. We've got evan. Gross jason toledo solomon luma john. Christopher peres congratulations on winning the poker chips that we are sending to people for doing deals and then this is a live. Show guys. zippy's asha questions for jason answer. You ready ready all right. So the first question is what got you into real estate. Great question so my story is a little bit different People usually get into it. So i graduated in twani eleven. Twenty seven two thousand twelve with a degree in radiation therapy. So recent therapy radiation therapy. Yeah i got back from my mission for the church. Jesus christ of latter-day saints in november of two thousand eight which was like the bottom so the name of the game at that point was security. So i was like okay. What's like the most secure thing i could possibly do. And i was like well is not going anywhere. I picked that so stable as quite stable that said i didn't take like enjoyment factor into account at all and i hated it. I hated every day of school. Hated my clinicals. Used to look at at the clock thinking the day was over in it. I hadn't even had lunch yet. So at this point we just had our first son And i told my wife. Hey i know we just went through and did this school thing but like this isn't for me so i'm going to go pursue my passion now instead so I pursue there. Were two different things. I pursued one of them was real estate. Investing in two thousand eleven two thousand twelve real estate investors. Were a good deal harder to come by than they are and they are today so there was only one guy. I knew that was doing real estate. So i went into his office and hit him for a job and he told me i hit him up again for a job. He told me no again. And the third time also so on the third time. I said all right here. Ya here's my proposition. I'm gonna show up tomorrow and the day after that and the day after that. And i'm just gonna keep showing up and i'm going to do everything my power it'd be worth something to you and if i ever become worse something will you just pay me. And he was like well. I mean i can't say no to that. So i showed up every day for free trial. I was a free trial. Yeah new baby told my wife. Hey you know degrees out careers out and job. Yes and so i actually. At that point. I was a fairly recent graduate. I only had a what's called. Prn job because i was still in the job hunt so yeah i told her..

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"church jesus christ" Discussed on Take 2

Take 2

04:20 min | 9 months ago

"church jesus christ" Discussed on Take 2

"A school board member who is Taking a derogatory point of view against a group of students. I think it's worth questioning. It's certainly worth questioning. Their their their gang members and their students. We wouldn't be comparing him saying out of their game rule that you never say anything. Negative isn't true time. And maybe don't wear your gain carolis about who you are. I just like you do but who you are a very broad rule that you're applying you think honest dialogue. We can jump into the on this one. I'm not picking swimsuit or you nude was supposed to be lightning this one officer lightning round short. I'm only going toe dip and then we can talk about it some other time this For the church. Jesus christ of latter saints as well as many other religions There is this interesting conversation about a generation of kids who have a very different point of view on the lgbtq community than does churches. And it's not just the church but it was an interesting juxtaposition. Was the first time i have seen a leader in the mormon church. Be that specific. About the con- the conflicts and i say internal maybe our cognitive dissidence or whatever and it was interesting that he seemed to perpetuate the disciplines. He seemed to both say we love you. And we should fight against fundamentally who you are and again. I say that just without judgment but it is a very interesting cultural issue for again many traditional orthodox churches. I feel it's two steps forward one step back like there's so much room in the arms come open and then all of a sudden the arms close again right. Yeah so. I thought it was an interesting thing this week. I thought that it was There there there was a lot that happened he. His speech was actually more interesting to me in many ways on this issue it was the i i. I have heard the church so well. That's not true when they when they said you know. You can't be a mormon if your kids are gave out was also or if your parents were gave. That was also a moment like this. But that's a lose lose. If they said we want to convert all people's kids go people have been going crazy on that one too. That was a lose lose. there was no pathway. that wasn't offensive. I found his speech. Very out of voice for what i traditionally with of him and it was just an interesting moment in which it laid clear the mixed message i thought very clearly. Well we have run out of time. I had all these other topics. I always think we can be so quick. But we're just not so. We need to talk about water issues. Next time together a legislative redistricting. They've got that three months to get that all in their super-quick and everyone keeps talking about this busy summer legislative session. Why are they so busy. What are they two so much to talk about so little time but we have run out..

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"church jesus christ" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

Leading Saints Podcast

08:00 min | 11 months ago

"church jesus christ" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

"Because the result that we all really want ultimately is intimacy in our relationships. And that's what we're going for so often. We miss that because we're too busy. We're too task oriented. Yeah but we got to go on a mission. You've got to check every box right at the right age. You've got gotta look a certain way you know one of the guys. I love that. I had on my podcast. Joseph greenwich new york tyler seller crucial conversations. I've interviewed him. he's great he's awesome great anyways great friend of mine. I think it's like episode four of the extraordinary as podcast but he talks about how we come to church and we overdress in. We're all about appearances. Instead of kinda putting our arm around the person next to us insane and joseph has some experience with this some heartache experimentalist my son's drug addict your son's a drug addict let's just admit it. Lets you say it and let's really help each other. Let's like wrap our arms around each other so that we can survive it and let's figure out how we can help our kids instead of pretending everything's all is well in zion like we all look the same. We all speak the same. We all dressed the same and everything's perfect know life is perfect you know so forget the charade anyways that just came back to me. I love what joseph said that. Yeah on the podcast. Unity on your list. This is one of my favorite topics so super bowl out another soapbox here about unity. I feel like. I'm preaching man today so and i have been friends for a little bit. And he said hey. Come on the podcast. What are some things. I thought a little bit about what i want to talk about. I gave a list of couple things that i'm passionate about. Unity passion about. We've probably all know the. This is what. I focused on as bishop number one by the way when i was in other corn president you know when i was in a. Byu bishopric i really love unity and again. It goes through some of the things that we spoke about. The church is becoming more diverse. Were becoming more of a worldwide church. That is good. That's was supposed to happen right. Utah is becoming more diverse. I don't know about you. But i think that's a good thing for a lot of people may be will push back against that. I think it's a good thing but regardless of whether you think it's good or bad. We can't stop it's handwriting. You can't stop the diversification of utah. Utah is on the map financially. The quality of life the cost of living the cova concerns on the coast. People are coming here and so how do we have unity. How do we have. Unity is saints. How do we have unity with people that are against us and this is something. I really focused on as bishop. It was kind of the number one thing that we spoke about and we had great unity in our ward. I remember temple nights that we would have something that we're familiar with his latter day saints where we would fill up the entire endowment room with our war and people would be weeping it was so powerful and meaningful because of the unity that we felt and i think we can be unified saints under two main things. I've i've traveled the world. If there's anything i love to do. I love traveling. My wife and i have traveled over fifty countries and was just in the middle east a couple of weeks ago. I love to travel and i've observed this everywhere. Charity looks really similar in provo. Utah is it does in jerusalem integrity. And i can tell a story about that. I remember being the first time. I was in jerusalem going down to the old city and i saw one of the predominant religions. I don't wanna pick on one. But i saw a group of youthful jews really like picking a muslim in the old city and i saw another another jew come up these pre stage in our and kind of have these guys stop harassing him that charity and that looks similar as when you reach out hand to someone in provo. That doesn't look exactly like you. That may be struggling with same gender attraction or maybe as a challenge with the word of wisdom or whatever the case may be like that translates integrity translates around the world. I've seen dishonesty. I've seen honesty here in provo and all over the world. I remember when sally and i were in istanbul. One time we're brand new on the ground we were late to. Something i think are Arrive late change. Some money real quickly jumped on in a cab. Felt a little uneasy about this guy. He got us there. We only had certain bills big bills because we had just quickly changed money. We change the money. It didn't feel good. He tried to get more. You know whatever he gives us some money back. We were not familiar enough with the currency we get out. Try to next of it and use this money. And they're like. Oh this money's been out of print for like a decade like this is bad money so anyways that's dishonesty. I've you know we experienced that here. Pro these principles. My point is these principles. United skirt no matter your race. Ethnicity religion even righteous principles or principles of truth like charity integrity etc. Those look the same anywhere around the world and we can unite around those secondly as latter-day saints. Obviously were. I think we're unified by covenant. No matter where you go in the church when you're baptized the same prayer and covenant. You go through the temple. Rich or poor black or white male or female. The covenants are the same. The covenants are white unite us as a people and something that i think binds our hearts together and so this is something that i spoke a lot about as bishop you. We all know the probably the famous brigham young quote mike. Living with the saints in heaven is bliss and glory but living here on earth with the saints as quite a different story. You're that that growth. It's quite a different story here on earth but we can be unified in-principle when we treat each other with respect and charity and integrity etc and kindness and then of course we're we're unified via covenant in a unique way and the church. Jesus christ latter-day saints. I don't think there's another church on the earth that has quite this covenant binding aspect that we have on our hearts as a community. It's just powerful. yeah so for. Maybe a bishop out there who's trying to stimulate unity in their word of it because it can feel like going doing these covenant practices in go through the motions like we did our ward temple nights. You know nobody ever really comes or you know and we can stand up and talk about these unifying us but how how can we really like in practice on the ground. Was that look like as far as unifying others. Through these covenants we make. Yeah well on the ground. It looks like preaching that and living that so the reason. I think that we had so many people often at our temple nights and other we had such a feeling of unity in our ward was because we preached it consistently meaning i preached from the pulpit. My release he president my primary president all they were all on board they preached it and then we lived it. It doesn't matter what you preach. If you don't live it so then we'd have activities where we would invite the entire neighborhood. We would have everyone in our neighborhood. Come it wasn't about a church activity. It was about a neighborhood activity and inviting. People have our faith to come. So i think the practices are preaching it consistently and then living people care much more about what you do than what you say. And so if you do those things i think you can. You can create unity. You can create zion so to speak which is why what we spoke about five or ten minutes ago. It was so painful when we compare and compete and trash on each other when we want this unity you know. We don't want disunity disharmony. Yeah yeah that's helpful and and really going back to the message of grace when we preach grace by people want to be a part of that and and when we realized how much grace is in these covenants. It's like i want engage in that rather than it's not a measuring stick or the define one way or the other..

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"church jesus christ" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"church jesus christ" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I love what Dr Warren Weir's be said. I think he hit the nail on the head when he said, if you've ever moved to a new community and had to select the new church home. You know how difficult it is to examine and evaluate a church and its ministry. Imposing buildings may house dying or dead congregations, while modest structures might belong to a viral assembly on March for the Lord, The church we think is rich may turn out to be poor in God's sight, while the poor church Is actually the rich church. The sixth observation is Satan is specifically said to be active near specific churches. I want you to notice this. Chapter two and verse nine. We raid I know your tribulation. And your poverty and the blasphemy of those who say they're Jews, and they're not there of the synagogue of Satan. So Satan was active near the Smyrna Church. Then I want you to notice verse 13 of Chapter two. I know where you dwell were Satan's throne Is Satan was active near the program, Um, Church. I want you to notice Chapter two in verse, 24. But I say to you the rest who are in fire Tyra who do not hold this teaching who have not known the deep things of Satan. Satan was active near the fire Tyra Church. And then in Chapter three in verse nine. Behold, I will cause those of the synagogue of Satan. Satan was active near the Philadelphia church. Now two of those are highly honored by Jesus Christ. They were under satanic attack. Ladies and gentlemen, when you have a true powerful work of God, that's present. You can be absolutely certain Satan is also present. His attacks can come from without Chapter two verse is 9 to 10 or from within Chapter two verse 24. Seton will be attacking the Church of God, He's out to stop the work that's going forward. He will try to destroy the pure work of God. And we can be sure that this book of Revelation teaches us that when God begins to work through a church, Satan goes to work. He has his eye on that place and he has his eye on those people because he wants to siphon. Now, the seventh observation that we can make from this is Jesus Christ knows everything about everyone in the church. Jesus Christ is an X ray technician. You look In the heart and mind of every single person connected to the church. Now, having made these observations I would like to ask and answer four questions tonight. That really will help us as we begin our journey next Sunday night through the seven churches. Question number one. How have the seven churches been interpreted in history? These seven churches have been interpreted four ways in history. First of all, there's the extreme literal The extreme literal way, says that these seven churches are literal churches to whom John is writing, and there's no prophetic element to any of them. The second way that these chapters have been interpreted is what we would call the extreme futuristic. This view says that these are seven churches that will ultimately exist out there in the future when the Lord returns. There is a third way that these chapters have been viewed and that is the extreme national. There are those who say that these seven churches represent the seven stages of Israel's history. The fact of the matter is the nation. Israel does not show up in the book of Revelation till you get the Revelation. Seven. The fourth way that this has been interpreted is the historical futuristic. And what the historical futuristic manner of interpreting these chapter says, is that these air seven literal historical churches, they literally.

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"church jesus christ" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"church jesus christ" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Say thank you to our J. West and greetings, everyone on this day Thank you for being with us today as we consider the things that be of God through a study of his word, the Holy Bible. Within the Bible. The reading and research of the church is a most beautiful study. There are so many attributes about the church that one broadcast could not address all of them properly. Individual attributes of the church are worthy of a study in and of themselves. May we consider one of those attributes today? In Revelation, Chapter one. We see Christ described as one of power and authority. Such a description is accurate and other takes such as Ephesians 1 22 and 23 where we learned that God has put all things under his feet and gave him to be the head over all things to the church, which is his body, the phoniness of Hume that Phillip all in all Collages, 1 18 says And he's speaking of Christ is the head of the body. The church. Who is the beginning the first born from the dead that in all things, she might have the preeminence in these texts, Jesus is declared as the head of his church. Jesus Christ had a message to his church in Revelation. Three, verse one. Now in Revelation two and three. His message goes to the seven churches of Asia. But in revelation three verse one when he said, and unto the angel of the church and sort us right, these things Santy that had the seven spirits of God in the seven stars. I know that works that thou hast a name that live ist and our dead. As Jesus said this, he gave a reminder to this congregation, and he would stay in true to all the churches. He told his church. You have a name that lives Jesus had the seven spirits of God. Ah complete definition, which means complete message on the seven stars that he would put forth as described in Revelation. Chapter one. It is again a reminder of God's authority through Jesus Christ and Jesus told his church. This congregation in the city of artists I know thy words. That thou hast a name that thou live ist and are dead. Again Church, he said. You have a name that leaves Let's think for a moment about names. Names are important and names mean things. Whoever said names are not important must not have thought much of his own name. You know, my wife carries my last name. There is identity. She doesn't wear another man's name. She wears my name. I remember one time in a mall with a friend of mine and we were with his mother. There were a few of us there and we were walking in the mall, and my friend called out his mother's given name, her first name. And when he did, she turned around, and he asked her something, and it threw me because why would a child call out his mother's name? Just like a friend. I realized that happens, but it's rare to me and I asked him why he called her by name, and his explanation was acceptable. Face it, Jeff, if I would have said Mom. 10 women would have turned around. But when I called her name, she knew I needed her, and she recognized my voice. I thought this is a great illustration names mean things. You know, the Bible teaches that names are important. Do you recall in the Old Testament? How God changed a prisms Name or rather, a broom changed Abram's name to Abraham. He changed Cerise name to Sarah. I and changed Jacob's name to Israel. In previous lessons about the church we read of in the New Testament, we were reminded of some simple truths from the Bible that denominational ism cannot claim. For this discussion. Let us consider another simple truth that denominational ism cannot claim. The uniqueness of the name of the church. How the churches identified by name before we begin..

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"church jesus christ" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

We Saw the Devil

14:18 min | 2 years ago

"church jesus christ" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

"Translation is a translated being saw. We believe persons. Who were changed so that? They don't experience pain or death until the resurrection to immortality. I know that sounds like that would suits. But this refers to what to believe to be a very small number of righteous individuals. I such as easy knock Moses and Alisha I'm John the Baptist and Three men who referred to as the three fight sunset. Saberi maybe one or two others. But it's a very small number old who said they'll never TAE staff Things like that and this takes you into Old Testament New Testament Deuteronomy where it talks about. You know nobody. Knowing Moses was not so it is possible that when they're saying right the book about the translation pro sets the the not talking about books at that point but they're talking about how individuals translated and this could lead to some of the other Unorthodox beliefs. I never read it like that. Makes total sense because she talked about being a translated being. I think we talked about last week. Yes and then which until NC ploughs keys outline that he created because this is all starting to kind of tie in together. So yeah yeah that makes way more sense than what we had speculated on. Thank you for that so number four is something that also. Pops up on another document that will be covering covering here shortly but presidency of the Church of firstborn this Refers to a pretty obscure scripture and us with the Bible now. The areas that people tend to read more regularly or spend less time in. This is a a fairly obscure piece that I had to do. A bit of rooting around and and checking on The LDS Church teaches that the church of the firstborn refers to those who will be exalted. Come the second coming not something that scares relevant to people today however there are some interesting meanings or it on that is couple of moment expressions of technical not name so not is these fringe groups who believe that they are at the rightful church. Now such as the Juan founded by the Lebaron family. And there's also a Fred Collier group that that ties into the Lebaron Omelette to some degree. But I seems to be a separate thing. So the Rossum existing woman expressions that call themselves to church impetus all to stop with and given what we saw in the the manifesto that was came for me and computer in that sense Chattan. Laurie beam part. The large group makes the question. If that is a connection to one of these churches at the first ball and the might be or a similar group might be what the referring to that makes sense and also. I would like to stop because you did use the word expression and this is something that you taught me that I was not aware of previously. Can you far listeners? Describe what an expression is. Maybe just a fine it. Oh thank you yes and I giant For the use of terminology a little distant. Sometimes sometimes we don't know how to describe these sort of splinter group so fraction so people that break away and sometimes the term can be appropriate and and sometimes not and so you know people look for an umbrella term to kind of describe a group that has been heavily influenced by LDS teaching but is not all of the church. Jesus Christ latter-day Saints But Comes from that stems from butts soul. They are next. Russian of moment. Isn't something that sex stressed itself or belief system that's expressed itself coming from that same shed wellspring on. So that's that's where the term comes from the of these groups as being expressions of moment. They thank you. I really appreciate you defining that I myself had no idea what proper terminology to use. Initially so I appreciate that little that little nugget of wisdom there now. How does the traditional does the hierarchy of the church is self view expressions? Are they all equally are? Some accepted are some disavowed. How how to expressions fit in with the greater the greater church stinks? The really depends WH- to we're talking about each of how when expression function some what it does if an expression is leading people away from the LDS Church and its teachings than that would be considered. Apostate behavior can be grounds for excommunication. I can be problematic. I read some space expressions. The may be in addition twenty s theology but not several years so I know we'll talk about energy healing more down the line. If you take that what is sense? I could include things Nike Cheating. Different things if you had an expression that it was just tacking gone back. East to moment ISM to conventional. Lds theology not not might not be a problem. What is interesting to me in? We've had expressions of really rooted into the origins of Mormonism. Joseph Smith is the founder of the Church started the churches and expression of Christianity. We might cite. Europe had gone through the reformation and on that sense of sight the church the Christian churches we know each his as lost its way needs to be reformed. Josie Smith said Aichi. It needs a restoration. It needs to be restored and in we believe that he restored the full teachings of the church. And that's why it's the Church of Jesus Christ latter-day Saints. I you know that's the time period that we are now. I move forward with not though Jove's Smith's death comes A succession crisis. The had been one or two small expressions prior to that. But you get this crisis of the sense of what happens to the Church without Joseph Smith who had been the founder and the tribal all Solvit on the two main groups but many other slowly groups as well. You have the ones leaves. Jobs's Smith son should take over the church and that it should be a bloodline That those believed Brigham. Young should be the next leader of the church. I'm as I say. They were also other expressions that emerge. I'm around people like signet ring. Richton and James Strang. Duffy's cut la the council of fifty and things like that but there is the the brief crisis of what is the future of the church after the First Prophet and so the Hispanic Culture of the Church encourages people to believe in personal revelation. Revolution on unsung forth. You see not built into the culture of the church from those very early days and many expressions of emerged because they believe that the modern Elvis Church has lost its way under another restoration is needed off. For example they might believe in a return to the Gospel is taught my Brigham Young Taught by Joseph Smith and Want to revert to certain pieces of history or cultural practices doctrine. The belong to that time period. There's a lot of enter that chat especially in his books and I mean their belief system as a whole and again we will get to that particular document shortly as far as doomsday. Prophesy does the official church have any sort of doctrine on doomsday. Anything like that. I know that Chad's group and From what I've seen to a lot of people from the Mormon community discuss earthquakes which is why the recent earthquakes including today. Just a couple hours ago in Idaho get a lot more coverage. I guess than other things but have you heard or have you read or been taught anything as far as revelations like is there. Any sort of kind of similar prophecy. They're very much so In terms of how it ties to the signs of the second coming yes a stunt you know what we see in revelations is something that's that's commonly taught in the LDS church signs of weakness war and turmoil at times it'll be terrifying dreadful and it'll be a lot of suffering. Doniger. I'm not comes forward. Expecting things like earthquakes and disease and comments of storms and I'm a revelation about Hell storms. That will destroy the crops of the Earth so that a mass hunger and starvation Wars and rumors of wars on all of those type of things too sensitive a great destruction. The Common. Refrain that you'll hear him. Expenditures is things are going to get worse before they get that so. That's an of that. We're going to be calamitous coming and they will steadily get more severe before the second coming. I'm we need big prepared. Dots ties into Gospel. Principles of US route storage. And things like that and then of course we got the groups like a vow that then take a step further and unmake a primary focus so I guess let's go to number six then or Dane individuals two translation as the camps began. So I believe that this is talking about translated beings We mentioned only got. Lds teaching is the these incredibly rare circumstances. I'm very small number of people who have been translated seems to me that chatted Laurie. I believed that the school be a much more common thing On something that they will have a personal responsibility for right. The sounds like they will be the ones or perhaps chat will be the one ordaining individuals translate nodding stumping that is significantly removed from LDS. Teaching and one of the things that's interesting With the sense of establishing the presidency the church I own as well if not. We're going to happen within the church. Jesus Christ On someone but to come and say. Hey congratulations in. We'd like to invite you. According to the cost to the church the first born I would expect not to be coming from a senior figure within the organized structure of the Church not from Charleston South as a minor hook. I think that ties into a again into document when they kind of specify and clarify it sounds like Chattan Lori will both have the power to do that to me as far as that information between the correspondence between Chad and Laurie ordained individuals two translation. Almost kind of gives them their first like sense of grandiose and self importance I guess really is where we see. The these missions move beyond. We need to do things some big parts of something gone. Oh my goodness people need help. People need feeding delegating. Them provides supplies to We will deign Keel suddenly becomes the they will be powerful and influential and is a bit of a switch in terms of how they see themselves. There is one on here and I think we you kind of touched on it just a tad but provides supplies to righteous members of families that that seems to tie back to. I'm like five food distribution as tribus star notes. The supplies can mean a lot more than two dozen depending on what they think is coming. I mean could include hardware could include guns. What what else could that cover supplies? Who KNOWS The fact that it's restricted to righteous members of families is white worrisome to me it's it's a very exclusive group that they're talking about you. A group is succeeding Thriving partly because of FIA raced doctoring. Say a just it's coming. This is coming. It's GONNA come soon. Dude stays coming than saying supplies going to the righteous members. Even righteous numbers are Malays. I mean that's that's really I love. Just just how exclusive is is is quite troubling to me yet a step away from LDS theology again where it's about if there's a.

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Doomsday

Thank God I'm Atheist

09:19 min | 2 years ago

Doomsday

"Every buddy hug is well it from Beautiful Salt Lake City Utah. It's thank God. I made the the podcast frank film and I'm Dan Beecher and coming up today. Dan Do then. No but kind of Real Dum Dum Zday the doomsday clock. That's that's what we're GONNA get to talk about And it. Just you know if we're talking about it. It must have moved it. must it must have tipped one indirection or the other. Yeah and it has only ever tipped in one direction. No it's not true back in the end of the Cold Award Dan back it moved back like twenty seconds. Wow it was like back to like the the past the eight on the face of those twenty minutes seconds tick. It's not a second hand. It's a minute hand. It's a minute hand. Yeah they moved seconds this time. But it's a minute hand. Don't worry about it. We'll get to at the end of the show. Are you sure not the only people who have been confused by this. I don't think Jerry Brown governor former California governor. Jerry Brown was very competed. They moved it minutes. Yeah they used to move at minutes. They just can't move any closer. The problem is they've got no more minutes to move it. That's the problem they have to move. Its second month. Well that's just stupid. Of course it's you even tell that it's the whole concept stupid. Oh my God. Why are we going to talk about stick around guys? You'll find out. We got things to say all right. Well Dan I'm sure you're going to be very very excited to hear I already am That the LDS Church church the church. Jesus Christ of Latter Day saints as they want to be known right as They have issued a statement about the fact that they are going to be changing their temple. We'll clothing their ceremonial clothing. Oh Yeah I if if you're a mormon it's important for the rest of us it's it's just it's one of those big. What the fuck well here okay? So here's what people need to know talking about the magic underwear. No which is which which is what they call the temple garment so one could be forgiven for being confused. And that's the stuff that Mormons walk around and every day. It's under their clothes. Yeah if they've been through the temple they're wearing these tremendously stupid underwear. It's also not the clothing building that you change into when you first go into the temple when you walk into the temple and you show your your card and your yes right you gotTa have your membership card. Yeah it's gotta be up to date and you go in go into a locker room and you have costco basically and you have. You can either their rent your sermon clothing right or actually can rent all of it. You can rent you can also rent your your temple clothing And but you get that you go you. May maybe you you brought your own in so you have a little suitcase backpack. That's got got it all in there. And he in change into all white like white pants and White Little Little Booty Shoe thing gentlemen have a suit usually. It's a it's a well. No no no if you're well to do or like high up in the Church leadership then you'd have a white soon otherwise I'll it has to be as white pants in a white shirt. You don't have to have like a suit coat. I'm not saying you have to thank you. It's a whole Colonel Sanders. Look it's true but it's literally white on white on white it's everything your socks Shoes White nightime bought white. o- could one go with the White House. Scott Scott I don't Know Oh cheerio gentlemen anyway. So there's that and then that's what you just sort of walk around the temple right right. Everybody's in all white ladies in white draft but in the ceremony in the endowment ceremony. Right right there. You have this little pouch of the ceremonial clothes and you put them on at certain points. You're instructed put this on put bad on. There's like a little apron thing to call. I think they call them apron. It's Kinda like a Toga over your clothes right Over your shirt and tie the rope. I'm sorry that's what they call that apron actually is like this little green. The only splash of color right green and have that. There's a hat for the men little veil for the ladies right anyway. It's all very fiddly right right. There's there's like there's a point the ceremony where there's a string that's hanging off of your and it looks like a Baker's hat maybe And there's like a little loop on your shoulder and you're supposed to tie that little string onto your shoulder as just such. Oh my God. It's just such it's A. It's all just a mess. It's the weirdest looking thing you can google. It and their image. Yeah and it's it's not very becoming. I will not unless they have decided to change To simplify and make more comfortable. Oh the clothing. How bad it's GONNA be easier to put on care for and apparently to afford making it cheaper for the masses? Okay good you. Don't I have to be a a well-to-do Mormon no anymore to to to not have some shabby old Temple clothing Let's let's see they are so the they're getting rid of the dangling. String from the hat the hat had. How will the hat be tethered to one's body? Not sure how that's GONNA work. Also the men's hat. I mentioned that kind of looks like a Baker's hat or something it looks is like a goofy chef's hat from some yeah strange cartoons like this plastic disk in it. Oh really that sort of gives it its shape shape and four all right That's going away. Oh I'm not sure I think it's more of a beret. Oh a little jonty beret. Hey John and Let's see more durable fabric. I think I mentioned that And says sash will be easier to care for the apron will not change okay right highly symbolic the pro very important. Everything is simple cannot mess with the Apron Brin and this this came out and as always with all these because the LDS church. They've been working rickman the temple ceremony for time. Yeah it's not something. That's that static. The brethren make every so often make little changes and and because it's like behind closed doors and it's all a big secret and memories last only so long the People I think just kind of end up forgetting what it used to be yeah right And one would surprise out. It's not important it's because again. It's all symbolism. Yeah right but Yeah the never ending you know never changing changing and Omni whatever God. Yeah exactly as has yesterday's again David and other administrative change and the clothing this guy this the current president has been shaking things up ever since he took over. Oh I mean I thought nothing could happen happened. The Dude was like ninety three when he took over. I thought you know from now on you. Know little changes in nothing important because they're all just waiting to die. This guy changed. Change the flavor of the Mints Right and Bowl you know. Are there minutes now. I wish they were just kind of made that up. I kind of channeled Reagan and Jelly Beans. Yeah exactly there should be snacks. Well there's a cafeteria oh did you know that no I didn't you didn't know that there's a cafeteria the larger ones the new mini express temple. Right they just You can get some coffee to go. They don't have like food services and they they don't have laundries in the small ones but the big ones have laundries and and cafeterias and so. Yeah like between sessions. I could be doing two sessions. You can just go slip into the cafeteria. Some really bad like mashed potatoes and gravy and all right

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"church jesus christ" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

16:57 min | 2 years ago

"church jesus christ" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

"You only we still ooh mature key We press the stray aw Eh how the Now today's broadcast is prerecorded the hour has come for you to wake up from your slumber because our salvation is nearer now than when we first believed the night is nearly over the day is almost here so let us put aside the deeds of darkness and put on the armor of light let us behave decently as in the daytime not an orgies and drunkenness not in sexual immorality and debauchery not in dissension jealousy rather clothe yourselves with the Lord Jesus Christ and do not think about how gratify the desires of the sinful nature Romans chapter thirteen versus eleven through fourteen. we face a great crisis Western civilization was based on the judeo-christian Ethic that means it was based on the teaching of the old and the new covenant the values respect for Life Respect for women walking clean before God integrity hard work a fair day's work for a fair day's pay all of those Christian Valley news and also the Judeo Values Western culture was built on the value system there has been in the history of the world no other such powerful and fluential civilization that has ever been built every other civilization has had a lack of respect Act for life and women it has not functioned in the manner that America has functioned and because of that both Europe and America has enjoyed a lifestyle second to no one in the history of the Earth we are now in the process of destroying our western culture are Christian culture were ripping down the Ten Commandments. Were saying you can't praise in school anymore we're saying you can't read the Bible in school were saying separation of Church and state will there's nothing in the scriptures that teach US separation searching state this week some uneducated person said to me you can't talk like that on the radio pastor didn't you know the irs will come and take away your tax deductible status will thank you very much we're not a five a one c three we're free church Jesus Christ and we will proclaim the Gospel from the scriptures with no hesitation we're not going to back our civilization is at stake our whole culture is at stake we have utterly destroyed the moral fabric of Western civilization and we are being invaded by a Muslim culture without war basically the autumn an empire was stopped stopped by the Crusades stopped by the British and Europe in a bloody war in the first World War was struggling with okay with Muslim nations and with Germany who was financially supporting the Ottoman Empire which was failing and being ripped apart because of factions in their governing praise God they were being ripped apart what I'm trying to say to you is that the culture of America is being utterly desolate made by our ungodly nece buyer accepting and embracing every unclean thing and political correctness and nobody can talk about what the reality is there must be a radical revolution in America with a return to godliness or this nation will be totally wiped out and wiped off the map we will disappear in history we will go to the Ash ben of history and to tell the terrorism and Communism Fascism will rule the day corporatism will rule the day I'm unwilling to allow that to happen and so on lifting my voice up and I'm saying Jesus Christ must come in review aval power in revolutionary power a not talking about bullets or violence on talking about the violence of the Holy Spirit as he comes in fronts sinners with the wickedness of their hearts as we have just given into every lust of the flesh and then those who have not given every into every lust of the flesh have given into fatalism fatalism is the exception of all things and events as in inevitable submission to my circumstances power US shape the future and attitude of resignation we're not free to choose our own actions nothing has meaning anymore nothing is worth fighting for nothing will make a difference a rejection of personal commitment it will this radio broadcast is just the opposite I'm not willing to roll over for the wickedness of our day I'm not willing to roll over for for the Supreme Court who says gay marriage is acceptable there's a court is higher than the Supreme Court and they said no you didn't invent aged God invented marriage I'm not willing to roll over for the Lust for money I'm willing to roll over for the culture of taint of our day I'm not willing to roll over for this foolishness not willing that America should be destroyed when it was called forth by the power of God it was called forth to serve a righteous purpose in the world and we have been the leading people all in giving to others in great generosity as they have faced difficult times we have helped more than any other nation in the world those who were faced with famine we have been the defender of the persecuted we have been the defender of the Cross of Jesus Christ I'm not willing that we should turn in some cheap fashion and suck up the point as and the vile wickedness of our current administration and of our cultural leaders in Hollywood I'm not willing to do that I'm not willing to roll over and play Nice with all of the pastors today who have sold out to the journey who sold out to the wickedness of our age and now they're simply big businesses simply entertained centers. I'm not willing to roll over that I'm going to speak about sin and righteousness and I'm going to call you to that place and going to call you to prayer to cry out to God for America but would this world be without ACA with the last best hope of the world mercury is inviting into Germany all of the young men who want to escape Syria or who wanna be in jihad against I western Culture Germany is being destroyed and we'll go bankrupt soon Japan is going to go bankrupt these will be the first to who will roll over why because they have given themselves utterly to ungodly nece look at all of this I have to say none of this should surprise us there have been other attacks on the Christian faith and on Western nations this isn't the first any of you who have studied history at all know that history repeats itself the attacks come in much the same manner time after time most of you know the name Winston Churchill he was the prime minister of the United Kingdom during World War Two he was the undisputed leader of the ally forces is well known by history as a man who stood up to tyranny and refused capitulate to Hitler and the Axis powers he was the face of a courageous British people he was also a Nobel Prize winner he was an artist he was a writer one of his best known of a dozen books that are in print was the historical work titled The history of the English speaking peoples nearly twenty years in the making if you'd come to on on one hand the men who have at some point in history save the World Churchill is certainly on that short list a man of great talent and accomplishment he was the victor of World War Two he was by any measure a grand hero that was President Obama however who removed the bust of Winston Churchill from the Oval Office and I have to say to you that was quite fitting move by him because he will never be recorded in history as a hero he will be recording history as an appeaser the destroyer Winston Churchill was not always a hero however just prior to World War One the military school trained highly educated aristocrat served in the British military posts in India South America Cuban the sedan and under fire his letters and eyewitness accounts reveal he continue league exhibited courageous bravery because He believed glad with saving him for a time when he would be needed he wrote this to his mother on numerous occasion regions in his early career he was a privileged Londoner Winston Churchill during World War One was the first Lord of the admiralty a civilian position in the British navy similar to our Secretary of the Navy what is less known about Winston Churchill is what a failure he was early in his career as a military man and the complete and Total astor he brought on the allied forces the bloodbath known as the battle of Gallipoli.

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"church jesus christ" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

11:27 min | 3 years ago

"church jesus christ" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

"I try to understand what it is. And why people believe and think the way they do that. I can study the Koran and really try. And here's one of the things I did. When I did my world religions book after I was done with the chapters. I met with an e mom I met with a rabbi. I met with a elder in the in the Mormon church. So in each of the religions, I tried to meet with people that were authorities. And sometimes several of them, and I would ask them if Fordham teachings, right? And one of the things I really appreciate it. I was at a a. Mormon event evangelize into the, the Mormons. Sorry. Thank correct. That they're not be called Mormons anymore. Members of the church. Jesus christ. Latter-day saints. So I was at an event where and we had this guy, Brian who said to me that all Christians, he said, there's no, Christian that describes Mormonism accurately. And I said, well, I'll tell you what. I'll give you a free copy of my book, if you'll review it, and tell me where I'm wrong, he came up with six things three of which were grammar, two of which he said, are nonsense issues, like they're not even important one that he said is such a minor issue. But it was something on the in their beliefs. Jesus and Lucifer are brothers and the birth. Order was the issue. It's a minor minor issue, there, some questions on it. So I just said, okay, while correct that one thing. And he said, that's the most I could find. I appreciate that because it means I'm not misrepresenting them. I mean that's the thing about my book with do. They believe I'm not trying to refute the religions. I want people to be able to read that and say, okay, I understand what Muslim believes. So when I speak to a Muslim, and I say, well, do you believe this? They're not going to reject me out of hand when, when I talked to a Muslim, and they told me, I believe in three gods. I immediately. No, they don't understand anything of Christianity. They understand Christianity from the lens of the Koran and so right off the bat. I have no respect for what they're going to challenge me with on Christianity. I want Christians to do that. On Christians be accurate right in when they describe all you believe this don't you, you're, like almost a theological journalist, and I'm probably scholar is a better word, but I relate to the journalism side in, you know, the old days when when we worked to be objective. Right. And so that's kind of how is real journalism, right? Yeah. I used to be a real journalist. Not one of these fake news. Journalists anyway. Probably shouldn't have gone. I'm totally on board with you. I've asked the question in what has happened to journalism for many years because now they're just talking points for political part is the twenty four hour news cycle, which is why don't watch television news. A great book to get how the news made us dumb. It really. It's it's phenomenal. The work that's done that book in you as a journalist would read that and understand it, what you just said, is what he the conclusion came to interesting. Okay. I feel like we're all caught up on questions that had about your early development in your, your conversion. So you've already shared this with me that you're sixteen years old. You accept Christ. And you've caught us up that you kept it a secret. Tell us about how that secret became more public, and then walk us through what happened will I I just sit and read my bible. I didn't anyone know my father, actually, quote me three times reading my bible, and all three times before school. I'm sitting I'd have the habit of reading my bible, and praying first thing in the morning before I go to school last thing before I go to bed. I don't do soon as I got home from school. So used to read once a day until I read that Daniel prayed three times a day, and then I started to do that. My father came in my room. He just knocked on door open the door. And when I heard the knock I quickly with shove, the bible underneath my covers and my father would walk in seeing that, and, and he's like, what was that? And I'm like nothing. He's like, what did you just hide underneath your your blanket? I was like a book. Oh, yeah. All right. Right. What book and I was like, I mean, I'm, I'm all afraid, I went a bible, and I'm sure he was thinking, it was for a teenage boy, I'm sure he was thinking it was something else. And so sure enough, I pull out of bible, a Gideon bible that Chuck had given me. He took it from the hotel that he stayed in. And so that was my first bible, I still have that Gideon bible today. Ned. I took that out. Fortunately, I was always in the Old Testament when he caught me, but his reaction was just what you should really meet with the rabbi. We were only required to do. He recalled until we are bar mitzvah did. And then they would ask us to do an extra year. I went year after that. So I went beyond what was required or requested. And so my father thought that I just had an interest in religion was, like, what he's talked to the rabbi and left it at that. I am I seventeen I start driving and I discovered Christian radio and I just I used to be in the car all the time, because that was the only way I can actually listen to anything about Christianity. And I would try to sneak watching on Sundays when no one was up. I'd try to sneak watching TV and watching some of the preachers on TV it will not a real great source of Christian education. But that's all I remember Giovinazzo knocking on our door. And I was upset that my father turned him away because I thought might be a way I can learn about Christianity. I had I had no. One to teach me it was me and a bible for two years. That's my only source of, of learning about Christianity. So you didn't know and see, that's, that's kind of a strange thing because I live in Arkansas in the bible belt and the notion that I wouldn't know any Christians is that's like, oh my and so you didn't know any Christian. We see all my friends were Jewish. All my friends were even at that time. Jewish people kept to ourselves, it's still you'll have that an orthodox communities. But basic all my friends were Jewish for the most part, had one friend that wasn't and I ended up from Christian radio learning about chick tracts, if you remember those was comic book tracks. Yeah. Yeah. I ordered a whole pack of my, my father, Tuesday doesn't know that he actually bought gospel tracks for me. I okay I lied about it. I told him that this is back used to play dungeons and dragons, and Christians were coming out against engines dragons. So I told him that I needed to send I need to get this to something for the dungeons and dragons because he didn't care. He just sign the check. So I got a sample track. I, I read every single chick track that was the only Christian teaching I got at that time, and I used to take my to my one, gentile friendly, who is my best friend, I would slide tracks in his locker at school. And so he didn't know who is doing. It was so bold, you know now. No stand on street corners, proclaiming the gospel in New York City. I'm so timidly hide it in here. And so I go off to college college was not that far from me. And you had to go home during the Christmas break. And it's the only time in all four years of college had a rule. We had to take. All your stuff home. Don't know why. While I do know why it's called God's providence. I all my stuff when I got to college, I met other Christians. And so I started collecting Christian material will I put it in a draw at home and Christmas Eve, I went down back to school to a French church for Christmas Eve service. I stayed overnight at his house, Christmas day. I come back home. Well while I was gone. My parents had gone through my room, actually, I, I think a couple of days beyond Christmas day, because it was after Christmas. I think, but when I got home, they went through my, my stuff, and my mother saw the gospel tracts now, remember, we don't make a distinction between Catholicism and Baptist Lutheran. It's all Catholic. And so here's a chick track. That was really condemning Catholicism, but they didn't take the time to read it. They saw something about Catholicism with Nazism. And they think that's what I'm believing. And so they think I've become Catholic, and what ends up happening is I come in the house. My parents were the only ones home, except we had a live-in housekeeper. And so she was downstairs. And so it was just me. And my parents, I walked in, and it blew up. They knew I was became Christian, and we had an incident that happened in our family. My father told me that he actually went casket shopping, and I was going to be dead to them. But because of this other incident that happened he chose not to. And so this is why say I counted the cost. I knew that when my parents found out that I was a Christian. I w-. Would be dead to them. I fully expected that they would get a casket bearing empty casket and I have no more communication with my family. It's one of the reasons why as a freshman college, I got into ROTC my father told me which is what I did expect if he didn't kick me out of the family, the second step. I expected was college would be cut off. And he's told me he was not paying for college anymore. And I said, I understand I planned on that. He says, what do you mean you plan on us said, well, that's why minority and now you have to understand my father nearly died in the army of the guy. Next one got shot and killed. I think that was in boot camp. So wasn't even seeing action. It was friendly fire that killed the guy next to him. So he's he hasn't been a big fan of military. He never wanted any of his boys to be in the military. And so here I'm going planning to go in the military, because I already planned that he wasn't paying for my college, I had that, you know, expectation I knew that. So he ended up paying for my college, but it was interesting because so I have a martial arts background. And I remember when I was about fifteen my, my mother, my stepmother is she's, she's raises her her kids different than my father raised us. She's like a slapper you know, she would hit her kids in the face and. Shoot. She just. Love her. It's not the, you know, it's just this is how she dealt with when she'd get frustrated Amer once she, she slapped me and I reacted. It was just a reaction. I pulled back with a block, and the way if you block, you're also hitting the muscle in the arm, because if you keep blocking that way, someone's arm has nowhere punch left in it, and soon as I did it, I realized I was dead, because my father is gonna kill me, and I ran to my room waiting for my dad's come home. You know, this is this was before. I was a Christian. So he realized I knew what I did was wrong. And I'm like that. And sorry, I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Just, you know, she went she slapped me, and I just reacted. I don't. I never had that happened before. And so he realized you know, I say that to say this when my mother, she asked me, one question,.

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"church jesus christ" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

11:27 min | 3 years ago

"church jesus christ" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"I try to understand what it is. And why people believe and think the way they do that. I can study the Koran and really trying to I mean, here's one of the things I did. When I did my world religions book after I was done with the chapters. I met with an e mom I met with a rabbi. I met with a elder in the in the Mormon church. So in each of the religions, I tried to meet with people that were authorities, and sometimes several of them, and I would estimate for teaching teachings, right? And one of the things I really appreciate it. I was at a a. Mormon event evangelize into the, the Mormons. Sorry. Thank correct. That do not be called Mormons anymore. Members of the church. Jesus christ. Latter-day saints. So I was at an event where and we had this guy, Brian who said to me that all Christians, he said, there's no, Christian that describes Mormonism accurately. And I said, well, I'll tell you what. I'll give you a free copy of my book, if you'll review it, and tell me where I'm wrong, he came up with six things three of which were grammar, two of which he said, are nonsense issues, like they're not even important one that he said is such a minor issue. But it was something on the in their beliefs. Jesus and Lucifer are brothers and the birth. Order was the issue. It's a minor minor issue, there, some questions on it. So I just said, okay, while correct that one thing. And he said, that's the most I could find. I appreciate that because it means I'm not misrepresenting them. I mean that's the thing about my book with do. They believe I'm not trying to refute the religions. I want people to be able to read that and say, okay, I understand what Muslim believes. So when I speak to a Muslim, and I say, well, do you believe this? They're not going to reject me out of hand when, when I talked to a Muslim, and they told me, I believe in three gods. I immediately. No, they don't understand anything of Christianity. They understand Christianity from the lens of the Koran and so right off the bat. I have no respect for what they're going to challenge me with on Christianity. I want Christians to do that. On Christians be accurate right in when they describe all you believe this don't you, you're, like almost a theological journalist and probably scholar is a better word, but I relate to the journalism side in the old days when when we worked to be objective. Right. And so that's kind of how is real journalism, right? Yeah. I used to be a real journalist. Not one of these fake news. Journalists anyway. Probably shouldn't have gone. I'm totally on board with you. I've asked the question in what has happened to journalism for many years because now they're just talking points for political part is the twenty four hour news cycle, which is why don't watch television news. A great book to get how the news made us dumb. It really it's, it's phenomenal the work that's done that book in you as a journalist would read that and understand. Yep. It what you just said, is what he the conclusion, he came to interesting. Okay. I feel like we're all caught up on questions that had about your early development in your, your conversion. So you've already shared this with me that you're sixteen years old. You accept Christ. And you've caught us up that you kept it a secret. Tell us about how that secret became more public and then walk us through what happened while I I just sit and read my bible. I didn't anyone know my father, actually, quote me three times reading my bible, and all three times before school. I'm sitting I'd have the habit of reading my bible, and praying first thing in the morning before I go to school. Last thing before I go to bed. I wanted to soon as I got home from school. So used to read once a day until I read that Daniel prayed three times a day, and then I started to do that. My father came in my room. He just knocked on door open the door. And when I heard the knock I quickly with shove, the bible underneath my covers and my father would walk in seeing that, and, and he's like, what was that? And I'm like nothing. He's like, what did you just hide underneath your your blanket? I was like a book. Oh, yeah. All right. Right. What book and I was like, I mean, I'm, I'm all afraid, I went a bible, and I'm sure he was thinking, it was for a teenage boy, I'm sure he was thinking it was something else. And so sure enough, I pull out of bible, a Gideon bible that Chuck had given me. He took it from the hotel. That was he stayed in. And so that was my first bible, I still have that Gideon bible today. Ned. I took that out. Fortunately, I was always in the Old Testament when he caught me, but his reaction was just what you should really meet with the rabbi. We were only required to do. He recall until we are bar mitzvah did. And then they would ask us to do an extra year. I went year after that. So I went beyond what was required or requested. And so my father thought that I just had an interest in religion was, like, what he's talked to the rabbi and left it at that. I, I seventeen I start driving and I discovered Christian radio and I just I used to be in the car all the time, because that was the only way I can actually listen to anything about Christianity. And I would try to sneak watching on Sundays when no one was up. I'd try to sneak watching TV and watching some of the preachers on TV it will not a real great source of Christian education. But that's all I remember Giovinazzo knocking on our door. And I was upset that my father turned him away 'cause I thought might be a way I can learn about Christianity. I had I had no. One to teach me it was me and a bible for two years. That's my only source of, of learning about Christianity. So you didn't know and see, that's, that's kind of a strange thing because I live in Arkansas in the bible belt and the notion that I wouldn't know any Christians is that's like, oh my and so you didn't know any Christian. We see all my friends were Jewish. All my friends were even at that time. Jewish people kept to ourselves, it's still you'll have that an orthodox communities. But basic all my friends were Jewish for the most part, had one friend that wasn't and I ended up from Christian radio learning about chick tracts, if you remember it look comic book tracks. Yeah. Yeah. I ordered a whole pack of my, my father, Tuesday doesn't know that he actually bought gospel tracks for me. I okay I lied about it. I told him that this is back. I used to play dungeons and dragons, and Christians were coming out against engines dragons. So I told him that I needed to send I need to get this to something for the dungeons and dragons because he didn't care. He just sign the check. So I got a sample track. I, I read every single chick track that was the only Christian teaching I got at that time, and I used to take my to my one, gentile friendly, who is my best friend, I would slide tracks in his locker at school. And so he didn't know who is doing. It was so bold, you know now. No stand on street corners, proclaiming the gospel in New York City. And I'm so timidly hide it in here. And so I go off to college college was not that far from me. And you had to go home during the Christmas break. And it's the only time in all four years of college had a rule. We had to take. All your stuff home. Don't know why. While I do know why it's called God's providence. I brought all my stuff when we when I got to college, I met other Christians. And so I started collecting Christian material will I put it in a draw at home and Christmas Eve, I went down back to school to a French church for Christmas Eve service. I stayed overnight his house, Christmas day. I come back home. Well while I was gone. My parents had gone through my room, actually, I think a couple of days beyond Christmas day, because it was after Christmas. I think, but when I got home, they went through my, my stuff, and my mother saw the gospel tracts now, remember, we don't make a distinction between Catholicism and Baptist Lutheran. It's all Catholic. And so here's a chick track. That was really condemning Catholicism, but they didn't take the time to read it. They saw something about Catholicism with Nazism. And they think that's what I'm believing. And so they think I've become Catholic, and what ends up happening is I come in the house. My parents were the only ones home, except we had a live-in housekeeper. And so she was downstairs. And so it was just me. And my parents, I walked in, and it blew up. They knew I was became Christian, and we had an incident that happened in our family. My father told me that he actually went casket shopping, and I was going to be dead to them. But because of this other incident that happened he chose not to. And so this is why say I counted the cost. I knew that when my parents found out that I was a Christian. I w-. Would be dead to them. I fully expected that they would get a casket bearing empty casket, and I would have no more communication with my family. It's one of the reasons why as a freshman college, I got into ROTC my father told me which is what I did expect if he didn't kick me out of the family, the second step. I expected was college would be cut off. And he's told me he was not paying for college anymore. And I said, I understand I planned on that. He says, what do you mean you plan on? I said, well, that's why minority and now you have to understand my father nearly died in the army of the guy. Next one got shot and killed. I think that was in boot camp. So wasn't even seeing action. It was friendly fire that killed the guy next to him. So he's he hasn't been a big fan of military. He never wanted any of his boys to be in the military. And so here I'm going planning to go in the military, because I already planned that he wasn't paying for my college, I had that, you know, expectation I knew that. So he ended up paying for my college, but it was interesting because so I have a martial arts background. And I remember when I was about fifteen my mother, my stepmother is she's, she's raises her her kids different than my father raised us. She's like a slapper you know, she would hit her kids in the face and. Shoot. She just you know, I love her. It's not just this is how she dealt with when she'd get frustrated Amer once she she slapped me and I reacted. It was just a reaction. I pulled back with a block, and the way if you block, you're also hitting the muscle in the arm, because if you keep blocking that way, someone's arm has nowhere punch left in it, and soon as I did it, I realized I was dead, because my father is gonna kill me, and I ran to my room waiting for my dad's come home. You know, this is this was before. I was a Christian. So he realized I knew what I did was wrong. And I'm like that. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Just, you know, she went she slapped me, and I just reacted. I don't. I never had that happened before. And so he realized you know, I say that to say this when my mother, she asked me, one question,.

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"church jesus christ" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

06:40 min | 3 years ago

"church jesus christ" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"His own wife arrest his own wife. Okay. He gets called to a domestic disturbance. He gets. There realize a fight broke out after a threesome in his wife was one of the threesome. I would arrest or anyway. Yes. So apparently three officers in training or having eight drunk three-way, and they got to a fistfight 'cause the guy was focusing the jase things all his greatest fantasy because the guy was going to focus on one of them more than the other during the three way got jealous. The two girls fistfight in one of the women was the arresting officer's wife. Apparently, he kept his composure until the other cops got there to rest all three of them for disorderly conduct. And we don't know the state of his marriage. But I'm sure it's not great. Are you allowed to arrest your own spouse? Well, I think that's why said he way to the other. He was reported. He saw his wife was there. And then he had call someone to actually formerly do it especially because he'll be so motionlessly involved because this is cheating. I'm sure they have they have different rules for you know, for handling that situation. But can you imagine two things would go through my head right away? I how dare you cheat on me and second. Are you kidding me? Why did you do this? Me. I guess. Yeah. He was interested in. I don't know. But anyone I know that's done anything like this in their marriage. It's always ended in the way that the story ended maybe not fistfight but ended in a bad situation. Do not promote that Josie. Do the Bruins ruining your. Thing. I'm gonna say something mean, but I won't do it. Now. I was gonna say I'll say, yeah. Carol won't have that situation. Because no woman in the bedroom is going to give you more attention. I guess oh, wow. Good one over the laser found over each other exactly see Joseph. So, you know, people who've done this. I do I had some friends that invited another woman into the bedroom. She was not married it. I don't think that they knew we knew. But we knew because they got drunk one night and told us all about it. And they don't they remember telling us and it ended really badly. It ended ended the marriage. Yeah. The I'm gonna promote that I think you could save marriages. Oh, really their hope was just think that, you know, if it's you know, that something that guys want guys want this the pops theory too, right? And it's like the whole turn on thing. And instead of having to go behind your back like this woman did with her husband if it's with the husband, then it's together, and they would still be married if that's the point possibly this thing is fraught with all sorts of. Your church. Boy, that's the different. I think. Urge? Get married to that point. If you're gonna be with a bunch of different people have you not? Are you listening? Understand. But see, I think once you start having more popsicles guess what you want another popsicle one another. Another. I still love the original red Pasha. That's the difference though, Jason for Jared Jared only ever had because of the his I'm not going to get into the name. They only have one popsicle. So they don't even know what the other tastes like popsicles before. See remember what they taste? Yeah. That sounds very dirty mask does. But the reason the name of the church church. His name is very long. Changed it. No. It's always been the name. The the church Jesus Christ latter-day saints nickname is Mormon and were like, please don't say anymore. That's not the name of church, anyway, I know long title deficient ended. But. The fact is that that not only if let's say I've only had the red popsicle ever, right? I've definitely gonna be curious to know what a green is a purple doesn't mean. I'm not gonna love the read still that's my favorite. But every once in a damn while. Nice blue. Thinks about the blues in the green popsicles, and they only have read in what you call a guy still popsicle. Yeah, we're more popsicle really anyway. About what it would be like to have a blue raspberry or green. Apple like, oh, that might be really interesting. But then you realize that you made a commitment to read read for life C stick with. I stick with red for life and greens and blues. Yeah. Read for life. And that that my point is I don't do that. But I could see how guys could people. Sometimes if you cheat. That means you don't love your see what I'm saying that leads to cheat. And if you have a awesome life like this wife would have been if she included her husband in the if you have kids in car turned down the three way. Then I don't think there would be a problem. I say. Reasonable reasonable and unreasonable minds can disagree. Completely unreas-. Jason I disagree with you. But I understand your rationale behind. And I think a lot of people would agree with you. Or there's a larger portion of we think that would agree with you. I just think when you start going down that road, right? Then it's like, oh, man. But never how you said you try not to fixate on something that you might get addicted to or whatever you say your thing. But it's like if I start thinking about it a lot a lot a lot. And let's say the woman's like, no, no, no, no, no. Then I certain point. I believe in certain relationships the guy just are. I'm just going to do it or I don't want to be with any more. I just wanna get this half to have this half to have this. And if it was with the girl, at least he had it and saw it wasn't all the time. If once you down that road, and do it or you cheat or you break up with the person is ruined. Anyways. No, I understand your rationale. I think I think there are studies show people who do the three way the chance of them. Having a disaster relationship is increase right away. I've seen studies that say the other way to their studies star there are it's. The articles. On one zero seven five ks EL. Hey, it's Whitney. So mother's day was over the weekend. I hope you had a wonderful one. I know that I did with my mom, and you probably struggled to find her something that she really wanted as a gift, and I just want to let you know that it's not too late to send your mother to Senator metality med spot..

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"church jesus christ" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

07:39 min | 3 years ago

"church jesus christ" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Katie hasn't been. KC? I think that you're hiding behind the music. I think that that's an excuse. But I think that there's more that's happening for you than you want to admit, otherwise, you wouldn't be there three times in a row. Well, when I do go to church, I I still have the same exact beliefs as I have now. Where agnostic work yesterday could be I get it. And there is this. But again, like I'm saying, I think there's a combination of something out there. It's all gonna come together Sunday for some people. We're still here on earth doesn't blow it before it gets to these other planets. No way. When I go there. It's like the way the production is at this church for me. And this is not for Jared because he gave me a dirty look about it. Okay. Go ahead. Katie did too. I don't even know your. I'm not sure I dislike the whole production about it. So when we go there, I feel like it's like, I get this like a strong feeling and emotion, and is like the music going, and it's the build up. And there's these words of encouragement, and positively, and then a lot of is like a counseling and makes you think and reflect we'll know all that church jerk production. It's like, you know, it's the production is the light is the music. It's everything about the way, it's produced really. And it's the way they come in on the TV screens and the different. Okay. So and apparently, I didn't know that they were doing this at Oak Ridge elementary dream for like six years. You know what I mean? Yeah. And they're in the process of raising funds for a church. I saw the layout of the church. I was like oh my God. They were gonna keep it like oakridge looking. Although it's not the typical church the oakridge, look, right. Oak ridge. Okay. Amazing the players because they have one in Kurds Ville, a big it looks like a regular church. Okay. But one in Oakbridge, how am I getting why am I? You asked me. So like when I enj- Aaron I think in magazine MAC because we are all good churchgoing people, but it's like for me, very traditional, and I it's the dimmer lights. And it's this solemn feeling, and it's I like the smell of the incense a little bit. Which is you know, the Catholic church has the that's there's a smell right but year when I was asking about production. You were saying it's a television screen. Your production of the church is a dimmer light with incense. That's all part of the leaky atmosphere. Produced. It's very well produced meaning like when the Bank, and then they do their what is it called the? Sermon pastor, they speak was that a sermon or homily talk, the talk, and then they come back in the back, and it goes to other locations, and the lighting is like the atmosphere. The whole thing is the production. But I still to this day. I still feel the same way about religion. There could it might not. But what I liked the whole aspect of it. Well, the fact that you feel better when you leave outside of is not just them. I think the dirty looks like it's not just the music. Now, you hear you hear things that are true. This has been my experience. It speaks to the spirit inside you. It doesn't matter. If it's something is true. And it's a good thing. It can make you feel good in warm inside like, yeah. That's right. I feel right about that. Right. Not to be overly serious. But that's been my experience. And you've been taught things things you share to me about the way to treat your spouse. Or? Yeah. Those things are true principles. So yeah, you're gonna feel good about it in another thing for me is. It's very hard for me to understand like bible talk. That's the way it takes a while. Yeah. I just don't I it's very because it's so from the olden days, right? I mean, I have a hard time watching Mike Monty python? All right. I do. I start thinking. Okay. That's start thinking about. More words, I'm like, wait. So it's very easy is kinda layman's terms. Yeah. But again, I'm the same. I am agnostic. Yes. I am. Deep down a little bit of a change for the better. Why do you assume being I am telling you the truth? I am agnostic. There may be. They may not be. I still think all religions have their own your religion. Jared. Katie's religion Matt religion. They all think their interpretations right periods. Yeah. And same with extremists. They think they're right. Well, okay. I said same with extreme. They think they're right. Yeah. Think you're and I think that obviously good is more, right? Every everybody can be exactly right. Can I just throw something out there? So I don't believe that. I think you're right in the sense that every like for Jared being a member of the church of Jesus Christ. Did it used to be more? Can we say that formerly Mormon because people get confused they think I don't go to church anymore. We don't go don't go by that time because we're not Mormon right? Get a shorter name. That is the church of Jesus Christ. LDS church Jesus Christ. Yeah. Okay. Church of Jesus Christ. So when Jared that is his truth. You know what I mean? And for me, I was raised Catholic. I'm raising my children Catholic that is what that is my truth. I don't I don't know anybody who's allowed to say who is right to say your way is wrong. Don't believe that. If you're a member of the church of Jesus Christ latter-day say, I don't think you're wrong or because you believe that at all. Well, that's just not one third circumstance, Jared, he doesn't necessarily say you're wrong. But he certainly believed that his interpretation with the church of Jesus is the absolute correct one for him. I don't I've always Katie can back me up on this been very consistent that I appreciate anyone who has any belief or no believe that's their right to do it and people who try to live whatever their belief system is because it usually leads them to live. Good lives goes outside of Christian in general are Muslim or Hindu Buddha off Jewish. Yeah. Awesome. Well, I agree. Yes. Levick saying that I just don't think the interpretation we have exactly right. And there's a lot of religions where they think. Yes. This is the interpretation. That's right. And you know, to me, it's there's something more when I get it's not it's not all come together. Well, and I think you can take me this is just my thought that I'm a little bit Catholic. I'm also like a little bit Rastafari. I, you know, I, I don't know. I feel different parts of different religions, and I do think do. At our church. He was very much. Got one cannabis..

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"church jesus christ" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"church jesus christ" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Joyal Snyder. In Chicago bond has been set at one million dollars for Grammy winning R and B singer R Kelly Kelly is charged with ten counts of aggravated sexual abuse. Monica inc. Member station WBZ was at Kelly's first court hearing this weekend and a warning. This report contains some disturbing details. The courtroom was packed with supporters at least one alleged victim. And the media the came to see the Rb singer face charges that have dogged him for nearly three decades Kelly stood stoically as prosecutors detailed allegations of sexually abusing women and girls as recently as two thousand ten outside the courtroom, Cook County state's attorney Kim, FOX said new evidence includes DNA samples and a video showing Robert Kelly having sexual intercourse with the victim in this case when she was only fourteen years old. Kelley's attorney Steve Greenberg. So the singers finances were currently, quote, a mess, but that he could probably post the ten percent needed to get out Kelly's expected back in court on Monday for NPR news. I'm Monica hang in Chicago. Or Kelly reportedly spent another night in police custody. The Chicago Sun-Times has Kelly failed to post a one hundred thousand dollars he needed to secure his release at the Vatican. Pope Francis has wrapped up his four-day summit on preventing clergy, sex abuse, pledging to confront abusers and cover ups and prioritize victims the delivered closing remarks at the end of today's mass. The church of Jesus Christ latter-day saints says it will not oppose a Bill that would ban. So called conversion therapy in Utah. The controversial practice purports to change a person's sexual orientation or gender identity and has been associated with the risk of depression and suicide among minors Dacia eaten with member station. K U E R reports from Salt Lake City civil rights. Organization equality Utah helped draft the legislation that would ban conversion therapy in Utah. A state with a long history of the controversial practice having the church. Jesus Christ latter-day saints say it won't oppose the Bill is a big deal since it's estimated that ninety percent of Utah's legislature. Our church members investigators are looking for the cause of yesterday's crash of a cargo jet near Houston. Three people were on board as Houston public. Weenie is Gail Delattre reports the FAA says the Boeing seven sixty seven was on its way from Miami to Houston when it went down and trinity bay about fifty miles east of the city controller's at George Bush intercontinental airport safe they lost contact with the plane, just before it crashed chambers county sheriff Bryan Hawthorne says witnesses reported hearing loud noises before they saw the plane nosedive into the bay leaving debris scattered over the water. The plane was operated by New York based atlas air for Amazon prime for. NPR news unveiled Lauder in Houston. This is NPR. Prosecutors for special counsel, Robert Muller, have not recommended how much time that former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort should serve in prison. But in a sentencing memo made public this weekend, they describe Manafort as an unrepentant criminal who committed bold crimes Manafort is to be sentenced next month in Washington DC's also awaiting sentencing in a separate case in Virginia. Meanwhile, Virginia congressman John McCain is introducing legislation to create a national network of historic African American cemeteries. Roberto roll down with member station. W C V has more kitchen. His cO introduced the African American burial grounds network act alongside North Carolina Representative alma Adams, speaking of Richmond's black history museum on Saturday mckeon highlighted, the disparity funding and recognition that exists between African American burial grounds and confederate gravesites in national cemeteries. We're going to tell the story as we decided to do by preserving confederate graves, and we need to tell the entire. Story that obviously includes African American graves and Greaves of other other folks, we've not been well represented in the public discourse. Mckeon says many African American cemeteries across the country have fallen into disrepair the act would create a network of sites under the National Park Service could be eligible for help preservation and research and possibly funding for NPR news. I'm Roberta role. Dan, enrichment experts expected to be in Columbus Mississippi today after tornadoes smashed into the city's commercial district. National weather service says they will gauge the tornado's intensity storms drench the south.

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"church jesus christ" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"church jesus christ" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Studio. Obliterating confusion amplifying truth pursuing clarity, Kevin McCullough radio. Glad to have you with us. And so glad to be able to make a difference in a in an area that has been fraud with spiritual darkness, and despair and great hurt for many, many people, in fact, right now, I want you to think of something friend. I want you to think of of a young woman. Let's just call her Susan, and she's on the streets in queens, and today, she just found out she's pregnant and she is getting pressured by her boyfriend, and she's being told things like it's not really a it's not really alive. It's just a comp of tissue cells there. There's no there's no there's nothing you'll feel from the process, you won't have any psychological trauma or emotional damage or anything like that. And then there are some other people in her life. They're saying, no, no, no, it's it's it's made in God's image in we we love this child. And we want you to have it. And she doesn't know which way to turn. Because to be honest with you got doesn't mean a heck of a whole lot to her right now. She's trying to figure out her life and someone may have the opportunity to. Say, but I I want you to see something and then sit down and performing all tra- sound for and Scott wilder and Dan Steiner both of you know, and can attest to the fact that win that in fact, happens a light switch flips on it does overwhelmingly girls and women who they when they see the ultrasound. They hear the heartbeat. They they to to a girl to a woman, they say, you know, once I heard the heartbeat. Once I saw the picture on the on the screen. I knew that I was her mother, and she was my baby. You know, I think you mentioned Kevin event about the people who might not be the most spiritual situation, I know past one hundred years ago used to talk about he's not just the God for the sweet by and by he's the God for the nasty now. And now, and you know, that that's how I think women and girls feel we talked to them we've heard their stories. And you know, if if you would like to come alongside and put an arm around the shoulder, not shake a finger in the face. This is the way to show that love not just for time, but his damaged and before also for eternity. It's easy to do its thing. It's ours to do. I think it's an inside job. I think if we don't do it. It's not going to be done. The phone number's eight three three eight five zero baby a three three eight five zero. Aby Y is eight three three eight five zero two two two nine Dan, Steiner's. Also with us who is the head of pre-born. And Dan, this is a very difficult month. Historically, it was in this month in nineteen Seventy-three that the supreme court said, all right? We're going to let you begin to kill children in the womb legally. And there's been really nothing that has been able to stop it since. Now, we've we've tried to get limits on how that can take place, and we've tried to push for more reasonable understanding of where life begins, and there's been some progress on those fronts, but the truth is every single day. There are young girls that don't have anywhere else to turn that aside from crisis pregnancy work and ultrasound specifically would be completely lost in terms of how to think about this issue. Yeah. It really is a travesty. We just heard from what world that in two thousand eighteen or forty million twenty one million babies aborted, globally and the second highest place in America. That's done is right here in New York City. And you know, it's a travesty that is unparalleled really history. There's never been a time and any point in history where there's been a hidden persecuted people group exterminated God equally degree. That's the pre-born has been an American leader. We one of three countries that does full term abortions, and you can get late term abortions here in New York City. You know, we need to push back woods church. And you know, we're not the generation is Hitler as part of or that the Roman empire or even slavery. The abortion generations rows thinking of our generation, and there's never been a goodly group benefactors or philosopher, it's risen to the cause the weak and helpless and any generations only in always been the church Jesus Christ..

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"church jesus christ" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:47 min | 3 years ago

"church jesus christ" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The sabbath. Most of you under forty probably never saw one thinks that it's irrelevant. But part to emanates from part one. You never saw it. And that's why you think it's irrelevant. It is incredibly life enhancing. And it is tremendously family and friends enhancing. Kids love it. And I don't mean ten year olds ten year olds do love it. I mean twenty five year olds. As I learned fascinating in the last week. With this young German who lives with us when he comes to the US and one of the money stepson's friends happens to be black. And I'm only mentioning that's you'll understand people from every background. And each one independently came in we really miss these Friday night, shebab thinners. Kosovar remodeling. We don't have the dining room. So we go elsewhere. And. It was it was very very touching to me that the that they felt that. When else do you get a chance to just talk? So same as watching a movie together. Let alone the quiz. Electronic invader known as the smartphone. All right, everybody. And let's it's amazing to me. It's fascinating. How many are calling who do have it? People who are not Jewish MC. We have an has an old example Marquis in Dallas, Texas high. I didn't. I just wanted to tell you a little bit about the religion where the church Jesus Christ latter-day saints also known as the Mormons, but we we observe the Sabbath day. I guess you would say religiously, wouldn't you? And we we find it to be a delight the more that you really put your heart into it to to do as a commandment of God. The more you love it. And we have our family over on Sundays. We have friends over we do have meal together, we discuss all kinds of wonderful things. We we really have a great bond when we do that. But I also wanted to mention that that ever since I went to BYU we had a professor there that held a Seder meal. So that we could learn a little bit more about the children of Israel. We now older Seder meal every year for our family, and we see it as a wonderful opportunity to get to know, the children of Israel, the Old Testament, and and we've been bonded that meal to I love it. I love this is news to many listeners. I mean this this, but it's just not uncommon. These these rituals are utterly life enhancing. So he has family over. So okay. This is a Mormon he has family over friends over. I'm sure non Mormon friends as well. And they come over and every week he has it. Most families in America have something like this, Christmas and thanksgiving. Imagine every week. That's my point. Exactly my point. K markey. Thank you Butch in center city, Pennsylvania. Hi Butch Dennis Prager. Good afternoon bible says wishing obey the Sabbath and no work. We all do this. Every Sunday around heart cable, also waited ten commandments cow heart for twenty two twenty three there's a site on this Daniel Satele Esotique, Google sister, teenage seven WordPress. Does backdrop caption corruption to drag to last twenty minutes of time line patches. I can only hold you in county jail. Six months to hold you three hundred years. Okay. Writing righty. Not quite sure what that led to. And I appreciate the call and Megan in Cleveland, Ohio. Hi, Megan Dennis Prager. Boy, this is so exciting. I hope my dad listening because he got me hooked on your radio show. And so thank you for talking to me. My family gets together. Every Sunday, just like a previous caller. We are Christian Catholic. I wanted to call about the fact that Sunday dinners have brought my family so close together. And I'm twenty seven years old both sets of grandparents still alive, and when they pass it's going to be something that I want to pick up and start my own home. So that I can pass it on to my daughter. A lot of people say, oh, I'm also a preschool teacher. So in the teacher runs both say, oh, let's be so hard to be a single mom, but I really nice. 'cause I have ten wonderful aunts and uncles that have supported me and helped me, and I am a firm believer that you should lean on your family. And for those of you who don't have Sunday, dinner or. Mr. by you're really missing out because they're our family numbers that you probably would like even more you spend more time with them aside from thanksgiving and Christmas because and there are a lot of people out there. I'm sure that like every week I spend I suppose people I'll never forget on vacation. Once we are on a family vacation and a passer-by walks by and says, you going all together. And like, yeah, we're one family and all I remember them saying awful and walked away, and I couldn't help. But think well, they probably do not have Sunday Sunday dinner with their family every Sunday. So that is so true. Well, I said another beautiful call. Life is different. When you think that? There is a God who was told you to do something that is good. If I didn't think God who's behind the Sabbath and the ten commandments. I admit it. I would probably work seven days a week. Certainly not have that they were the community. I go to synagogue every Saturday morning..

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"church jesus christ" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"church jesus christ" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"It's only an always been the church Jesus Christ. That's that's right listeners of w MCA today sweaters, twenty dollars gift to supply one alter sound you save a life. What's one life worth? Whether it's one hundred and forty to save five like, your idea of a five pack. You know, five one hundred percent of two clinics. It's not like pre-born is racing. The so that right right right rates administrative costs. Clinics right here in New York. And the other thing that you Scott may not be aware of is that just yesterday the governor of New York announced that they are going to push ahead with abortion protections. So that in the event Roe v. Wade gets overturned New York will continue to churn out abortions faster than than you can breathe and blink. And so this isn't just the federal government's failure that we're dealing with in this area. We're dealing with it on the state level. And those those forces of darkness, those forces of evil that wanna see these children wrongfully terminated it's just it's it's something that we cannot let up on just because there may be some sort of movement on the national scale, so friends your gift has never been more important. And I think that may be one reason why the donor that wants to match every dollar that we raise in this hour is willing to do. So I mean, literally, they want you to test and see how much you can give because they will match it. If we raise fifty thousand dollars in this hour. Our they will match that eight three three eight five zero twenty to twenty nine gotta take another break. But friends when we come back, I want you to hear another story of another life. That's been impacted by what pre-born has done eight three three eight five zero twenty.

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"church jesus christ" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"church jesus christ" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"And helpless than any generations only always been the church Jesus Christ. That's right listeners of w MCA today sweaters, twenty dollar gift to supply one alter sound you save a life. What's one life worth? Whether it's one hundred forty to save five. I like your idea of a five pack. You know, five one hundred percent of the clinics pre-born is racing. The right, right, right. Administrative cost one hundred wealth clinics right here in New York. And the other thing that you and Scott may not be aware of is that just yesterday the governor of New York announced that they are going to push ahead with abortion protections. So that in the event Roe v. Wade gets overturned New York will continue to churn out abortions faster than than you can breathe and blink. And so this isn't just the federal government's failure that we're dealing with in this area. We're dealing with it on the state level. And those those forces of darkness those forces of evil that wanna see these children wrongfully terminated. It's just it's it's something that we cannot let up on just because there may be some sort of movement on the national scale, so friends your gift has never been more important. And I think that may be one reason why the donor that wants to match every dollar that we raise in this hour is willing to do. So I mean, literally, they want you to test and see how much you can give because they will match it. If we raise fifty thousand dollars in this hour, they will match that eight three three eight five zero twenty to twenty nine gotta take another break. But friends when we come back, I want you to hear another story of another life. That's been impacted by what pre-born has done eight three three eight five zero twenty to twenty nine eight three three eight five zero baby. Hi, Kelly McCullough's new year. Have you made the new resolution or maybe you're deciding on gifts for people? I've got the perfect idea for anniversaries birthdays, whatever you can think of how about the my pillow four-pack..

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"church jesus christ" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"church jesus christ" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Broadcast studio. Obliterating confusion amplifying truth pursuing clarity, Kevin McCullough radio led to have you with us in. So glad to be able to make a difference in a in an area that has been fraught with spiritual darkness, and despair and great hurt for many, many people, in fact, right now, I want you to think of something friend. I want you to think of of a young woman. Let's just call her Susan, and she's on the streets in queens, and today, she just found out she's pregnant and she is getting pressured by her boyfriend, and she's being told things like it's not really a it's not really alive. It's just a competition sells, the there's no there's no there's nothing you'll feel from the process, you won't have any psychological trauma or emotional damage or anything like that. And then there are some other people in her life. They're saying, no, no, it's it's it's made in God's image in we we love this child. And we want you to have it. And she doesn't know which way to. Turn because to be honest with you got doesn't mean a heck of a whole lot to a right now. She's trying to figure out her life and someone may have the opportunity to say, but I I want you to see something and then sit down and performing alter sound for and Scott wilder and Dan Steiner, both of you know, and can attest to the fact that win that in fact, happens a light switch flips on it does overwhelmingly girls and women who they when they see the the ultrasound. They hear the heartbeat. They to to a girl to a woman, they say, you know, once I heard the heartbeat. Once I saw the picture on the on the screen. I knew that I was her mother, and she was my baby. You know? I think you mentioned Kevin about about the people who might not be in the most spiritual situation, Idaho, past one hundred years ago used to talk about he's not just the God for the sweet by and by he's the guy for the nasty now, and now, and and that that's how I think women and girls feel we talked to them we've heard their stories. And you know, if if you would like to come alongside and put an arm around the shoulder, not shake a finger in the face. This is the way to show that love not just for time, but his damaged and before also fraternity it's easy to do. It think it's ours to do. I think it's an inside job. I think if we don't do it. It's not going to be done. The phone number's eight three three eight five zero baby a three three eight five zero. Y is three three eight five zero two two two nine Dan, Steiner's. Also with us who is the head of pre-born. And Dan, this is a very difficult month of historically. It was in this month in nineteen Seventy-three that the supreme court said, all right? We're gonna let you begin to kill children in the womb legally. And there's been really nothing that has been able to stop it since. Now, we've we've tried to get limits on how that can take place, and we've tried to push for more reasonable understanding of where life begins, and there's been some progress on those fronts, but the truth is every single day. There are young girls that don't have anywhere else to turn that aside from crisis pregnancy work and ultrasound specifically would be completely lost in terms of how to think about this issue. Yeah. It really is a travesty. We just heard from what we're all the PD that in two thousand eighteen or forty one million twenty million babies aborted globally. The second highest place in American. That's done is right here New York City, and you know, it's. I tried to stay that is unparalleled really humid history. There's never been a time and any point in history where there's been persecuted people group exterminated methodically degree. That's the pre-born has been Americans a leader, we one of three countries that does full term abortions, and you can get late term abortions here in New York City on the you know, we need to push back woods church. And you know, we're not the generation generations Hitler as part of or that Roman empire or even slavery were the abortion generation of our generation, and there's never been a goodly group of benefactors or philosophers it's risen to the cause of the weak and helpless, an EMMY generations only and always been church Jesus Christ..

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