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"church society" Discussed on Factually! with Adam Conover

Factually! with Adam Conover

04:18 min | 9 hrs ago

"church society" Discussed on Factually! with Adam Conover

"Okay. now let's talk a little bit about this continuing effort to get universal suffrage. Yeah. Now to that eighteen eighty. And United States in general is moving in a very reactionary way. With respect to slavery. And with respect to black. Rights. And trying to the night those rights. Said again like a different states and you know municipalities are trying to deny those rights. There's there's there's back to snap back. It's more of a nats northern selfridge's as well, and the most notorious Aviv's is Myong Beloved Elizabeth Stanton who was very elitist. And she had of she was Janice faced. You know she believed that everybody had rights but she also believed that she said that women like herself. Educated Women Women who were the daughters and granddaughters of revolutionary heroes. Should vote before. I'm ditch diggers he's. This is in fact, a very Jeffersonian view of voting that it's it's only for proper people. Yeah, and that's that's what said. That's well said but her position is that the only difference between and Thomas. Jefferson. Is that I'm a woman I'm as smart as he is I would have written the Constitution the declaration, the way he did by a woman. He was in this first generation I would say the most egregious. And a Susan B Anthony who's usually her best friend who usually grouped with her did not go so far anthony was in her heart much more of an abolitionist. We can see this in the eighties when she goes to talk somewhere even to the south, she would go and talk to black people she voted their churches societies but she's also very pragmatic and are struggling to get white southern women into the movement and they realized white supremacy on the rise and they have to set aside black rights. I hope I'm not sounding too excusing of this but I do want to put it in the context. If we look at all the other reform movements of the eighties and nineties, the Labor movement even lack rights very conservative. and. The Labor movement is not welcoming of black people at all and it's only the women's rights movement that gets that has the reputation that has. Tainted it. Well. It's it's interesting because I was about to mention the Labor rates movement. So I'm I'm glad you brought it up because I've read about the early Labor movement in the US the fact. There was a lot of racism in it and that there were particular unions and guilds that didn't want to include black workers even though they were working side by side or in the same industry, you know these are unions that if they got all the workers in, they would have had so much power but you know the members of the white members of the unions were at were racist they were there bluntly. As they still of these black workers as their competition? Yeah. People, who would who their who their employers would bring in at lower wages well. So that's part of the shameful history of the Labor movement and it also critically disabled the Labor movement from achieving many of its aims. It was a it was a wedge that was used. You know in order to break the Labor moving apart in some places and and you know there were Stephen Greenhouses book beaten down, worked up the history removing he talks about cases in which you know if that hadn't been the. Case, the Labor movement would have won certain major battles rather than have lost them, and so I'm curious if you see it the same way with the women's rights movement or with the separatist movement that you know I understand that sometimes you're talking about this as a political concession, they had to make, hey, we're trying to attract white southern women you're boxed in I. Don't know if that's I..

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"church society" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

08:57 min | Last month

"church society" Discussed on About Last Night

"If I could start Holy Shit, dude. You weren't joking. I do feel like I'm walking in on a trip. By the way you're gonNA. Flip that around and like you're GonNa be the fly and your face is going to be on the portfolio. The J.. It'd be like Yeah I. Wish I I was prepared. I wish I was. I don't know. This is my college diploma. Why did I use this? Are you doing good man. I've spent the. How are you? I'm doing well. Doing well you. This is a the feels like I'm in the same room. If you this is nice hanging, I do like the one of my favorite parts about getting to. Do these zooms as you get you get your choice of of backdrop if you're. Doing this right and I mean dude you. You look like this looks like a house. I would visit if I just got married like the open, House. Is Your Book, Very. You're a very put together. I have nothing to do with that. I'm on my wife's. So this is her. Oh no wonder. You work out. Designers take. Like are they? Flattered? Your place looks like a place. I would buy yes, yeah. You Yeah. It's out of a magazine. You know like if someone in your house and they saw your meal. They're like this looks like the plastic food that they sell at. Fisher price. It looks like the plastic would have set out for an open house. I think we'll take then you might be in A. Let's say the food and the pictures and the Menu I. Guess It depends depends on the restaurant. Yeah, is there an equivalent to magic for that? which like? If someone sees trig and they're like all you. You're. You're you're good? Yeah, well, they would say. It looks like a trick. My Buddy does. There's also a magician and you know I haven't heard of them. Does when he's when he's wasted, he does the trick exposes. You're off. Please tell me you get like the way comic student I'm sure our mutual friend Dan Levy. As probably you guys are probably discuss where you get friends and family that go. Oh, you do this and something in the arts where it's I'm sure musicians get a two with pitched song, titles or album cover ideas, but the way a comic. It's pitched jokes, pre imposed show or from family through tax or whatnot. Oh Yeah, get that! Is that I? It, it's well. What's what's sad. Is that you know? I'm sure you have someone after show the like Hey I got a great joke, and they tell to you, and it doesn't take too long. Way surprisingly very racist or anti, Semitic, and not something that's going to make its way into the act, but something but I'm like I will be telling this story later. Involving User Yano. Woman Fair Enough Saint Louis is a big big city, but but it's usually something that is like not even close to. What like you know comedic that I would fuck with but. You can do that one if you want. Do The you can have it where you're like. I mean I wouldn't. It's literally going to be told a one of the person just for the sake of kind of ripping you apart. But what? What do you get the magic while I will get somebody. Hey, can I show you trick that I do, but it's never like a quick trick. It's never like, but now it's like okay so I. Get a deck I'm. GonNa. Deal out the way out. The original today right, but APP yeah yeah. But Al could have been a thing to that. Just it really. Sucks Dude Yeah But Shown, involved like piles of cars in counting all right, and you do twenty-one Piles of seven cards K and and cool, and now let's Redo it now between one thousand six car, and you just you forget even what card you picked and I'm in a lot of times. It's like a kid, so I have to by the end. Just act like they're right. Even remember God 'cause crushing it. Kid Magicians Dreams is probably one of the worst things you can do. Because then they're going to become a comic. You gotta be careful. Nice Dude wait careful. Did you get support from the Fam- when, you you've been fucking with magic sins. What aging I've been fucking with it since I was twelve? Seems so. That's young. It is young young. I remember buying like the fake coloring book from a magic store in Seattle where you turn the pages from the middle, and it's fully. Colored in you, pull it from the top, and it's black and white. Outline you, you learn A. Lot Of. My God you have it. Home my God. Yes, that exact book that's! Yeah I got. We just made a magic kit. I've been make made a magic kit to sell them and raise money for Cova relief. That's why I happen to have. This isn't like from repertoire. It's not a new bit I'm working on. It's not from my closet, the kid. Being Cement in mint condition. So that's a yeah. You were describing it right? You kind of their all black and white. Yup, alert! You gotTa Kinda, Rub the color from the cover and the Dow. And then it's color a bit in order to use it again. You GotTa race the color and oops, I raced too much right Oh. My bring back nostalgia for you. oops I raised too much not to be confused, which was the original title? oops I did it again, but Bernez like dude. This is her. People are not going to be as catchy. Wait a second that even just that. When you pick up that stuff the in between like. Hey, the trick is done right. Is that kind of what that is? Yeah I've been always looking like about to do a trick like You know like I. Don't know what what I'm what I'm doing here, but you know like always about to do a trick. When does that? That probably came about like maybe in high school because in high school I was obsessed so. I would have a deck of cards like under my desk. You know practicing moves, and it looks like I'm playing with myself, you know. Anybody else but I'm not sure which is a great equal by the way if you're trying to, let's be honest, you know magicians that are starting out masturbation, a great way to kind of take focus off of what's really happening with the card. Mass Yeezy masturbating. Is He practicing cartridge? Either way creepy whatever it is, it's creepy de which would really under the desk in school. Just kinda would just like getting the guess. You're handing US trying to get the hand. Yeah, you're trying to. You know like those little moves with cards that just require repetition you know and every like most. I'M AT MY DESK Shit around here, but like most a card moves. You know I gotTa Kinda. Do this thing you know that whatever I learned in high school I couldn't like every every sleight of hand, but I know is from what alerted high school. I couldn't learn to do that stuff now. Some two eighty I. Don't have like the you know when you're when you're young like sponge like my biggest. Learn to play the guitar when I was a kid. Because you know you, you learn it when you're a kid. I, know as an adult I. Think you just feel like a? Failure you know and you're like I missed my chance, also a lot of other things to fill your time with now versus as a kid, did you? So who got you into it folks? Well let's see I broke my arms when I was twelve riding my bike with rollerblades on. Trying to impress girls and I was in cast for six months and is a true story. I had a doctor who? Kind of recommended that I learned magic prescribing card tricks as physical therapy. That's how I got into it. Parents bought me a bunch of magic hits. You now this kind of stuff and then I grow up in Saint Louis. There's kind of like a full on magic community like a subculture where you'd have these you know every other Wednesday night. We meet in the basement of the Presbyterian Church Society of American magicians, and it's like me maybe one. One other fourteen year, old kid, and then a bunch of eighty year, old dudes and everyone is kind of connected because of this mutual love of the craft, and you kind of have these mentors, and you kind of like all I wanNA. Learn Cartridge. I'm going to hang out with this guy for a little while coin tricks. That's really cool. Let's start hanging out with this guy and you really It's very sharing kind of kind loving. World you know, and so I was very lucky. I 'cause. There's no youtube tutorials. When I was starting out, you'd either read it from a book or you have to learn from somebody so. That was that was kind of my upbringing. Weird Creepy Church church basement hangs yeah I was gonna say like the having someone around you. That is experienced in it. I used to hang out with my. Mom when she worked as social activities director for like a senior citizen home, and there's always weird guy. Upstairs would play pool in. Teach me how to play pool, and you know all right, but this guy was like kind.

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"church society" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:36 min | 4 months ago

"church society" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Hammer Nigel show here what College Park been doing to to help those in need there are there are people that are I mean you see images of people lined up outside food banks there are either like you said people are hunkered down not necessarily sometimes in the best of situations where we won it what is the church been doing specifically to reach out to the people that are in need last week we've participated in research goes we participated in a hospital mask project or a medical mask project along with about fifteen other area Indianapolis churches in that project is still ongoing which we are excited to be a part of the thing that all nouns on Easter is that we are going to be offered to the community free counseling services so we have staff that have different rules now because of the virus season that we're in and so we're gonna make our staff counselors counselors available for folks who are just wrestling with mental health sort of issues or just need someone to talk to you so we're gonna make that available to folks in them more also in partnership with the Midwest food bank had some food that will be using over the next number of weeks in order provides for folks who find themselves now not in a tough spot for folks to do start in those situation works just isn't as accessible program is what it was before so we want to be sure we come through this in our community knows that you love Jesus we also really love our city pastor over the last month what have you learned whether it be about your own face your church society as a whole what have you learned over the last month well great question you know what I've learned I learned that I like to be in control I like my schedule I like my ribbons I like knowing what the future is and when I have to tell my college age son and my junior high daughter I don't know what the next couple weeks are gonna look like that really is an uncomfortable thing as a day out to say and it's forced me to realize you know what I'm always not been in control of my life this is the moment that I feel in a way that I hope stays with me the long haul over the long haul so I could just live maybe a little more humbly and a little more dependent on god's grace every day Hey mark how are you celebrating Easter weekend this weekend I mean like personally what do you what are you doing well you know we've got our Sunday services that that will be doing although this is the first time I'm actually recording them and so I think this may be the first time in my pastoral ministry career number that I'll be home on Easter Sunday with my family which I'm I'm thankful for in store and enjoyed the the service although I won't enjoy watching my own sermon that's being very real weird and then on Sunday night we've got a little perks that we do with our church over a live stream call in time just to pray and praying for singles in particular single adults and sold to gather the family enjoying a meal together and then also just celebrating the resurrection Sunday and mark where can people connect with you where where is what is the website how can people may be tune in to a a streaming service and and get all the schedule and and and the times in the the everything like that yeah so our church website is your church dot com and the the all the information there are is on that side in terms of were were broadcasting and things of that sort or servers would be nine thirty on Sunday morning source Reuters dot com forward slash alive it's also on our Facebook page told Cork in the and on Facebook on Facebook platforms so just wanted to help people and hope that this Sunday for our church along with a host of other churches will be able to platform the goal becomes to Christ Hey mark I I know this probably isn't the typical sort of show you'd come on interview you do of in the normal course of things but then these are not normal times and I I really appreciate you coming on the show to to help spread your message and I I think I think it gives people hope and I I really hope you come back well thank you I'm happy to you guys do a great job to serve our community especially during these times and thankful for the opportunity to talk about what's going on the context of the church star happy Easter mark will talk to you soon are you.

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"church society" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

12:41 min | 4 months ago

"church society" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"He will dot com hotline and bring back on mark broke up he is the lead pastor of College Park church mark good to talk to you again how are you doing well no I don't think you have me on the program and you know we're doing well life is challenging as everyone knows and it feels like we're kinda into this new normal that just doesn't feel like it should be normal mark I I feel like there is a misconception out there that churches are closed for Easter weekend while the doors may be closed your church and other churches are still in the operating yeah it includes links even if it's just buildings are closed and so that's true so that respect yeah it is close but the church is so much more than a building it involves both the message and then also the manifestation of that message in the life of people and so you know we've always said that the the church is the the people and not just the facility and this coming Easter we're gonna really live that out as Jews around the country can't gather at the same time the message of the hope of the gospel in the resurrection of Christ is going to go forth and so in that respect that message doesn't need a building it doesn't need any kind of contracts that that message lives on regardless of whether buildings open in that respect Easter is wide open M. and what has been the response I've been I've been missing your messages your sermons online for for weeks now you're you've been livestreaming what's been the response to your your streaming services the past few weeks yeah I mean like most churches looking credible the see the outpouring of interest our people obviously are are are watching but you know their friends who are trying to figure out how to navigate those prices are also watching so one of our services recently you know we have like over twenty thousand views I think on Facebook and our social media presence is up about five hundred percent or so you know those are just the stats but anecdotally you know just in pictures of the stream in people's homes but folks who may not regularly attend our church may not attend any church in the season is just prompted some really important questions that they're asking and we're grateful that batch something that they're interested in just wish it wasn't it had to happen in the context of this terrible how many how many people mark typically attend in a normal Easter service in your facility yeah the total weekend including the good Friday and things of that so we see about eight thousand people come through by Friday or Easter services wow that's that's an amazing number for people like me that are going to Easter service since literally I was ever since I can remember is the first time in a long time but I haven't been able to go what do you say to people might not not normally on a regular basis go to church but they've gone every Easter Sunday find that mind blowing and and demoralizing that they can't walk through those doors this weekend yeah you know my comment would be that this virus has surfaced questions that are there all the time for us the virus which happens to make them more evidence will be like a big spotlight to just kind of shined on the brokenness of of life in the limitations of our humanity and so I think this is a good moment to kind of probe those questions and of all Sunday's Manchester Sunday I would be the place in the moment with people just kind of tune in and I hope that long term that folks realize you know what like when I go to a few all I really ask important questions well this virus is really surface of those kind of things and I would be really thrilled if that resulted in a lot of people taking some careful look at their own spiritual condition and turning and face the trust Jesus as our savior chatting with mark vogue rob he's the lead pastor at College Park church pastor mark Jason hammer here I saw a post on social media last night and it's someone who doesn't normally go to church all the time the kind of brought up a good point you know here it is the Holy Week and we're battling a virus there's a crisis in the nation and now storms you know possible tornadoes and things are ripping through the state of Indiana now was the time more than ever people need to rely on their faith what message would you give those folks the folks who don't normally go to church but because of the circumstances right now they're they're kinda feeling pretty rough yeah well there's hope in the person and work of Jesus and nothing like the evident challenges in life like storms in viruses than your old well people stuck at home got conflict with kids and marriage issues loneliness you know all those things are just designed to sort of be the the the warning sirens of humanity to say Hey look there's some really important things for us to be thinking through that we all we should be thinking through and this will be a great moment the Bible says seek the lord while he may be found call upon him while he is near and nothing like a crisis just to make us realize you know what I really need to speak the war during these times and to really mean end to what it means to have a right relationship with my creator mark is there any historical or biblical context that you can point to that which we can compare what's going on right now historically in the nation for sure the other nineteen seventeen nineteen eighteen Spanish flu difference with that one though is that characters had no ability to live stream they just had to close so that's that's the closest one that I can think of your bill will go history I was thinking about that but I talk about this in our good Friday service you have the Passover which really is the celebration in which Jesus was crucified and the Passover event itself you've got people hunkered down in their homes as a plague of in the god is bringing to free his people is going through the nation and you have these people covered by the blood of the lamb who are then safely in their homes and waiting for god's deliverance and so you know you've you've got images like that throughout the Bible particularly of Passover and also in other moments in the book of history where god's people had to hunker down trust god for deliverance and believe that he was truly their defender smart broke up is the lead pastor College Park church calling the the hammer Nigel show here what's called park been doing to to help those in need there are there are people that are I mean you see images of people lined up outside food banks there are either like you said people are hunkered down not necessarily sometimes in the best of situations what it what is the church been doing specifically to reach out to people that are in need last week we've participated or to reach our goals today we participated in a hospital mask project or a medical mask project along with about fifteen other area Indianapolis churches in that project is still ongoing which we are excited to be a part of the thing that all nouns on Easter is that we are going to be offered to the community free counseling services so we have staff that have differing roles now because of the virus season that were in and so we're gonna make our staff pastors counselors available for folks who just wrestling with mental health sort of issues or just need someone to talk to to work make that available to folks in them more also in partnership with the Midwest food bank you have some food that will be using over the next number of weeks in order to provide for folks who find themselves now not gonna top spot for folks who just are in a situation where food just isn't as accessible program is what it was before so we want to be sure we come through this in our community knows that you love Jesus we also really love our city pastor over the last month what have you learned whether it be about your own face your church society as a whole what have you learned over the last month well great question you know what I've learned I learned that I like to be in control I like my schedule I like my rhythms I like knowing what the future is and when I have to tell my college age son and my junior high daughter I don't know what the next couple weeks are gonna look like that really is an uncomfortable thing as a dad to say and it's forced me to realize you know what I've always not been in control of my life this is the moment that I feel in a way that I hope stays with me the long haul over the long haul thank you just live maybe a little more humbly and a little more dependent on god's grace everyday Kerry you celebrating Easter weekend this weekend I mean like personally what do you what are you doing well you know we got our Sunday services that that will be doing although this is the first time I'm actually recording them and so I think this may be the first time in my pastoral ministry career ever that I'll be home on Easter Sunday with my family which I'm thankful for and so we're gonna enjoy the the service although I won't enjoy watching my own sermons that veer very real weird and and then on Sunday night we've got a little per time that we do with our church show will live stream call in time just to pray and we're praying for singles in particular single adults and so we gather the family enjoying a meal together and then also just celebrating the resurrection Sunday mark where can people connect with you where where is what is the website how can people may be tune in to a a a a streaming service and and get all the schedule and and and the times in the the everything like that yeah so our church website is your church dot com and the the all the information there are it's on that side in terms of were were broadcasting and things of that sort or servers would be nine thirty on Sunday morning your church dot com forward slash alive it's also on our Facebook page called Cork in the and on Facebook on the Facebook platform so kids want to help people and hope that this Sunday archers along with a host of other churches will be able to platform the goal becomes to crimes and mark I I know this probably isn't the typical sort of show you come on interview you do of in the normal course of things but then these are not normal times and I I really appreciate you coming on the show to to help spread your message and I I think I think it gives people hope and I I really hope you come back well thank you I'm happy to you guys do a great job to serve our community especially during these times and thankful for the opportunity to talk about what's going on in the context of the church all right happy Easter mark will talk to you soon are you a quick hereby that was Martin broke up the the pastor College Park church but because of his schedule we had a pre taped that interview earlier this afternoon obviously if we would've talking to been talking to him live we would've got his perspective on the the loss of the I. N. P. D. is indoor today is it another police officers been shot and killed in the line of duty hammer at two forty six PM this afternoon multiple members of the I. MPD arrived for call on domestic violence it was at that point shots were fired through the door one of them taking the life of twenty four year old officer Brianne relief we're gonna have more on this coming up a little bit after six we're gonna get to a rock concert in here from the ninety three WIBC news room we will reset everything that we know on this sad tragic day here in Indianapolis all right now though I do want to do something that we normally do at this time because I do think it feels like we need a little pick me up in a lot of local businesses need some help so if you are a local business that is still open if you are still standing if you were still providing service to the community whether it's you know working on houses that may have been damaged in the storm last night whether it's a restaurant mechanic whatever the case two three nine ninety three ninety three that's the number two three nine ninety three ninety three we're gonna give you fifteen seconds got to give us your elevator pitch tell us who you are what you do where can we find you I'll be calling I'm still standing and times like today especially man we're going to rally around each other two three nine ninety three ninety three local businesses.

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"church society" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

14:05 min | 4 months ago

"church society" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Women's royal rumble match originally I was going to go check the bears are but I'm going with Sasha banks her and Bayley that would set up the SmackDown women's championship match at WrestleMania wrestling ends side the ropes find the sebi barred studios dot com apple podcasts Google podcasts Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts one Marc levy and you need a calculated to keep up with all these candidates running on the democratic side don't you I feel like they went to an insane asylum and then empty the place in center you're running for president you're running for pray yeah ready for press me I had to get a hair cut I don't know if they don't I want everybody to see I'm getting my teeth cleaned excuse me this apparently appeals to millennials okay Marc levy weekdays three PM to six PM only on one oh one five F. M. seven twenty AM time the opinions of the hosts on Katie W. when are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of this station or its management or Beasley media group well word of prophecy broadcast in this hour of the world's greatest crisis you need revelation and message by brother ray Pringle a man I'm going to be a prophet of god one trying in the wilderness prepare ye the way of the lord make his paths straight the profit and many of the children of Israel shall he turn to the lord their god and he shall go before him in the spirit and power of the light to turn the hearts of the fathers to the children and the disobedient to the wisdom of the job people welcome to radio's most challenging our the word of prophecy broadcast and I'm rather a Pringle not going your way is the voice of one crying in the wilderness yes ladies and gentleman a wilderness of depravity moral corruption and rebellion against the word of god as found in our holy Bible Hey ladies and gentlemen I welcome you to hear a true prophetic message from the greatest source book ever made available to man and that is your holy Bible and I pray the lord will give you your stay here the truce message the true prophetic message that is sent to you today in the holy ghost an awning well I continue the message today entitled the chasing of the church of Jesus Christ and I began in a scripture found in your holy Bible in revelation the server chapter verse nine after this I beheld and low a great multitude which no man could number of all nations and kindreds and people and tongues stood before the throne and before the lamb clothed with white robes and palms in their hands now this is a scene that John the beloved apostle of Christ saw in his vision that was in heaven and then he saw around the throne the land that was crazy in the four beasts before the throne worship god and one of the elders answered saying unto me he continues to sorry what are these which are arrayed in white robes and once came today then I said unto him Sir thou knowest he said to me these are they which came out of great tribulation and have washed their robes and made them white in the blood of the lamb therefore are they before the throne of god and serve him day and night in his temple now that is a great revelation of the saints of god that are going to be chastened in this first three and one half years of the rising tribulation period that most preachers today say that's not the way it's going to happen well ladies and gentleman phony Christian sense of boosting seducing preacher everywhere today in the pulpits in high places in our secondly Odyssey and church society remembers a script in the Bible June seventeen through nineteen it says beloved remember you the words which were spoken before by the apostles of our lord Jesus Christ they told me there'd be markers when that word markers means ma'am occurs in the last time this in time days that we're living in and they would look after their own ungodly lusts these be they who separate themselves sensual that's working in the flash having not the Holy Spirit well ladies and gentleman god's going to restore his end time church back to the purity of the Holderness aside for cation the divine love the holy ghost power the fear of god the divine unity that characterized his early charge that's the church of the apostles that was possessed with these great virtues of Jesus Christ is found recorded in your holy Bible it acts of the apostles chapters one through fifteen well god wouldn't have today's our noninterest rebellious world conforming Bible rejecting church on a Christmas tree they issued out of the mouth of Christ because this is Luke warm it is rejected as Jesus prophetically declared that he would do to the George when it became lukewarm and revelation three verses fourteen through twenty one and god to change from the church back to its purity it's holiness to the fear of god two is powered unity to the do it some love that first love in pure did it possessed in the days of the apostles he's going to take this church this Laodicea lukewarm church into the first three and one half years of the great tribulation apart just to cleanse it does sanctified and make it without spot or blemish through a storm of great divine judgments in natural disasters why because the church today as lukewarm spewed out of the mouth of price Boulevard dollar tree and they're in rebellion against the word of god well ladies and gentleman guarding going to put up with this mess he's going to have a church without spot and blameless as a bride for his son we're living in an age where the apostle Paul prophesied several centuries ago you know nineteen hundred years ago that's a new thing spirit says religious demons would work in the churches of the entitlement here is that brick gnostic cation in his own words now the spirit speaking expressly that in the latter time some Joe depart from the faith that is really the doctrines of the Bible that are kings of holiness in the doctrines of the fear of god in sanctification ideas any goes on said giving heed to seducing spirits and S. religious demons and doctrines of devils speaking lies in hypocrisy and having their conscience seared with a hot iron well ladies and gentlemen the seducing spirits which are religious they're fast at work in the churches of their sametime generation through ministers that have no consciousness of their terrible judgment of god that they are going to be tabled into because they are perverting the words of the living god they're teaching people to hate god's holiness and arrival said in first Thessalonians four verses seven eight not it's not called us to uncleanness but he's called us send a whole innocent either for that despises he don't despise man but he despises god who is also given unto us his Holy Spirit well the seducing spirits today they make people like religious that is they sing in praise and many may fall out on their backs and they have these laugh bands and they hug and kiss and proclaim their love for Jesus and each other and several memes speak with unknown tongues they say improper science and they give their offerings and this much is taken over the churches of today but one thing is conspicuously and dangerously missing and what is that missing element that is what god requires for his church that is the preaching of the uncompromising in a don't trade were unadulterated word of god in these pretenders fade a true man of god that will reboot them reprove the men attempt to correct their pernicious and idolatrous conduct and lifestyle well the so called revival we're having today sometimes called a candy charismatic renewal or some damn Indian tams revival of the outpouring of god's spirit is in progress now and has been for the last two two decades but ladies and gentleman it is as phony as a three dollar bill in god's people today the real people are gonna hungry they're even starving for the whole council of god's word so we see a strange phenomenon occurring as we see these leaders of the people lead god's people that are blind and sick in dividends that they themselves are facing are falling victim to that is the judgments of god are zero nine sixteen god declared the leaders of this people caused them to err and they that are lead of them are destroyed well those perilous times at the holy ghost predicted for this in time generation has suddenly come upon us with a dramatic fulfillment that is bewildering and perplexing to the true saying of god well there's a great scripture the prophecy of the apostle Peter that great freshman there apostle of Jesus Christ and is found in your holy Bible index the third chapter beginning in verse nineteen he said repent and be converted that your sins may be blotted out when the times of refreshing shall come from the presence of the lord and he shall send Jesus Christ which before was preached unto you whom the heaven must receive until the times of restitution and that sort of restoration of all things which god has spoken by the mouth of all his only profits since the world began in Christ will not cover his church until restoration is fully accomplished and the word in this revelation the key words in this revelation is until their cries will not come until the church is restored back to its divine love is divine face divine unity divine power to the fear of god and these elements and virtues of Jesus Christ that it has lost since the time of the apostles and this in time church of Jesus Christ bears no resemblance to that first church of our lord has recorded in the book of the acts of the apostles now you notice here in this warning of restoration that Jesus will not return until there is a restoration he says repent and be converted that your sins may be blotted out Jesus is not coming until the church repents and turns back to their first love to the holiness and purity in segregation in fear of god and divine unity and holy ghost power that they only church of the apostles was process with that he is the primers ation be a bit of mail what we must have here in this end time church of Jesus Christ and the seducing spirits that are at work France to work in the churches today both through Brian and deceitful preachers they can even use dumb starve in buying and we Christians to mimic the holy ghost by yelling and falling on their backs and laughing like a somebody possessed and interpreted in profit sighing in giving words of wisdom and knowledge in claiming even divine healing but none of these from the operations of spiritual gifts for profit or edifying but they will increase in newborn I'm gonna miss vanity in frustration true Christians was sick to be truly used by the holy ghost and that only comes through old fashioned fasting and prayer when we are living a holy and godly lifestyle well ladies and gentleman the great tribulation is a period of three and one half years the couple climactic into this very aged man that we're citizens of the three one half years and that is a time of god's judgment will proceed that terrifying era of that last three and one half years of the great tribulation which is a time of god's wrath and in that time that first three one half years god's judgments of persecutions of gods of Christ saints amid a gradient time only ghost revival in worldwide evangelism will be dramatically accomplished and it will be led by Elijah god is going to send to my job and when I say a larger it is truly a larger praise god he will return in this generation you know what I need to return the charge today's full of our dollar tree is full of Harris's my god their mercy PolyOne wrote in his day in first grade seems eleven nineteen but there's here's is also among you that he which is approved may be made manifest among you but a large is going to root out the side dollar tree this lack of unity these Harris's in here that absolute paralyzed the work of the holy ghost in our lives yes Jesus said in Matthew seventeen and ten he lied you will first come before I return and restore all things and the church is going into the tribulation that they will make their of well there are election and in preparation of the coming of the lord they will make their calling and election sure and I pray the lord will give you your stay here shall we pray father in Jesus name I pray that your grip every heart and soul into power and persuasion of this message which is out of the word of god the holy Bible and catch him in a group of it in turn them to your holiness and righteousness we ask in Jesus name and a man we continue the message today entitled guards chasing of the church of Jesus Christ god's chastening upon the church of our lord Jesus Christ and I begin in a scripture found in your only viable highs in the.

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"church society" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:46 min | 7 months ago

"church society" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Take whatever action is necessary if Iran retaliates he argues the Iranian general had a sick passion for killing innocent people more troops headed for the Middle East senior defense officials say about three thousand more soldiers are deploying to the region evangelicals for trump is under way president trump launched the coalition at a Miami mega churches society without religion cannot prosper a nation without faith cannot indoor because just this good news in peace cannot prevail without the glory of almighty god you know that very well drum called it one of the most important grass roots movements in American history one of the nation's largest Protestant denominations is splitting over same sex marriage United Methodist Church will solve disagreement over marrying gay people pending a vote of approval at the worldwide church is general conference in may the traditionalist Methodist denomination which opposes same sex marriage will break from the United Methodist Church you are listening to the latest from NBC news radio I'm Mike tipping check in with our partners at the CBS four warn weather center slightly warmer temperatures for your weekend fifty seven the expected high on Saturday and stayed around that average temperature on Sunday you can expect some new conditions for the entire weekend however on Monday the winds pick up in the clouds start to move in you can expect wind gusts of fifteen to twenty miles an hour and then a cold front moving in for your Tuesday dropping the temperature down to an expected high of fifty for a complete look at your weather forecast visit CBS for local dot com Australia's brush fires continue to burn out of control hundreds of fires along Australia's east coast are fanned by strong winds and high temperatures prime minister Scott Morrison says unusual conditions.

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"church society" Discussed on The Road Home To You

The Road Home To You

39:17 min | 10 months ago

"church society" Discussed on The Road Home To You

"Messy Christian in a broken messy world we understand that ahead on down that long road home off hey friends welcome to the road home to you I am Brandy Gable the day it's my birthday it's my birthday woo woo woo I've been singing that all absolutely as a lot of fun yeah and last night we got to go and spend some time we just had a really nice time with your family for the evening yeah it was a good time so much family and festivities yes it's amazing how it all works out really luke portion of our show and I just kind of was playfully tossing around blessing that we've each kind of had happened over the week whether yeah so do you have something that you would like to like what's been your blow a had a case of shingles in that wasn't fun 'cause you're 'cause you've gotten old the right so lord only knows what's going to happen next but continue yes you're getting better that's both of us needed to change oil in our cars and you be able to spend time with him laugh about a few things and he's a pretty cool kid so he really is easy to just hang out with yeah yeah oops somebody we were talking about equipment podcasting equipment and somebody was like man if you could and then Lo and behold last night you gave me my present and and you know it's kind of beyond what we normally spend on birthday presents which is really nice is it's pretty great and and hell yeah now if we were you know somewhere in a big fancy sound studio on mowers and just neighbors in general which can segue into our our topic this week but today we're GONNA kind of pick up of moving away from the church stopping going to church we've kind of addressed as the the political activism of the Evangelical Church but if we go back and look at the Evangelical Win that political activism started to kind of jumped to the forefront of and yeah I mean that would make sense there was such a cultural actually as well as any number of other lifestyle of social and cultural shift happening have such a revolution happening with the with the awesome kind of coming up again in sort of this new wave and as a whole as a body and there were a few leaders in particular that kind of at Robinson and then his Robertson Robertson some some big key players in the Christian leadership rush right and then there were oh goodness sakes of the the church in America that have been basically what we're getting at is this idea that we right and I you know I think I think there's maybe some some issues is a reaction to the those ideals of trying to other religion were kind of the primary religion in our country over it and and yet we're trying very much and by people kind of a little bit frustrated with us and I think rightly so no Ooh you and I both don't we're not saying but we're talking more about you know having big protests thirty of people going one direction moving church trying to you know then get those laws changed Christian minority we're trying to have our beliefs and if the majority of the people in this country don't want that well then we're making to kind of changed their moral stance because I do coach Front and we do believe that abortion is wrong to want to express those beliefs and and it seems like so for so long for at least our lifetimes trumpet blowing March holding you uh-huh and I think that's really what what we seem to be missing as a nation and right now government leaders right and left being charged leaders and you know and then we've got a twenty twenty presidential election and it and it's such a it's is one of the more US versus them we've talked about that so many times in so many previous episodes this isn't our home and this shouldn't feel like we shouldn't feel welcome we just boiling and and and it's going Art Christian morality on home -ation right on a nation has come through presidential elections to some degree women politics in leadership I think more than anything and in that presidential situation I mean my goodness sakes we so I think that our focus probably is going to primarily be on looking at talk a lot about how to respond to your nation's leaders racked with our government and you know we tend to look at The government at the time of the writing of most of the New Testament was Rome how will yeah because our entire structure was predicated off of all around our nation absolutely all the government buildings and stuff how neither one of us is going to be surprised to see our republic fall because the ah you know that's just the way they go and you know and America all right you know I think it nations get to a certain point where there have only been you know a few times in history as we I don't know maybe a couple of hundred years and I mean sure you can go way back to but I I think that's more the exception that so early it's not like you know couple of Hundred Years is is about all anybody has yep we didn't we didn't talk about this as we're planning our notes but what are some things that you a growing up in the eighties there was such a a political mythical time of American history this sort of the nineteen ways things were looking back to the fifties and back through the the rose colored glasses and turning it into this new political conservatism that was coming to the forefront is life remembered thinking oh good you know yeah it was it was an effort to push society is going to be a pushback against it and they're gonNA WANNA drive that pendulum back the other elements even in the eighties even as the conservative movement was really seventies was maybe more win like punk started coming out of of the UK and but in sure You know we were kind of I do remember this this clash you know we're all you skippy versus you know this this kind of clash that was happening but lived in rural communities in Oregon and we were kind of dreamed with Goto one day and and now it seems going back Donna Reed Bring Back Father knows best bring back this this deal didn't exist in the fifties didn't exist would've decided that that was the reality of the fifties and I think if you speak period it wasn't I mean maybe maybe there was that the problems we tend to look at those times and go see that's when that's and it was a bit more culturally acceptable and things like that but that doesn't mean that everybody stir and a few other times like that your churches would be a bit more full an exercise of personal obedience to a savior over a society that was everyb- is broken then as it is now right because Zien boys and girls in orphanages Asses them all of those things were still very much a part of society would just ran with that and exploited that veneer and now we've all everything was about the image and things like that and that was one of the things of course that they counterculture really polished View of of everything they pushed right yeah so then you had that whole it went from kind of that punk movement to the Goth Movement it it really it it reminds me so much of in family structure is kind of called the darling clown and or really is saying hey there's a problem here and the class clown is or the darling the the dark brooding you know getting pregnant when they're thirteen and you know in hey there is a problem in our culture we have a broken society it would have been the perfect time for the church where do you hurt what's wrong how can I walk beside hope and pieces satisfaction comes from Christ and instead of coming alongside adjudged and we attacked and we tried to moralize them and we tried to ace and with Love Yeah Yeah we didn't we didn't never really existed you know we didn't WanNa talk about the problems that image that false image of what we wanted society to be like ear exactly right the the the Church Society in general responded with a girl who finds herself pregnant and saying can I can I walk with you through scared and isolated and alone and didn't know where to turn are there waving flags signs in their faces and telling them that they're gonNa go to hell us right would Jesus have ever done that I mean he certainly it was always this idea of you have sin in your life turn week there is hope there's compassion there and instead because I see so many broken hurt people and and I know in some pretty horrible things over the centuries they perfect this side of eternity and only Jesus can do that and the church because I think that I think that during the seventies and the eighties this political activism in this in this push is is really coming it's coming from a place of fear and in scripture tells do not fear for I am with you you know like it's always like oh this comfortable for us Mold behavior but we cannot legislate a life we cannot legislate a heart in changing all of the external things to conform to this image to be reaching out in love in you know to our communities one person at a time being in and if they turn to him he can show them a better way and I think that one of the reasons why we resisted that idea of at best like two at a time like that that's just not enough but what God has called us to do is to go into the world and make disciples as I speak truth and and life into the life of of I to me to go and and do this thing and to change and began to disciple the people around us Jesus is and is they surrendered their lives to Jesus and then they do the same thing it honestly a very quick impact and could transform we've got such that American independent spirit that I think on aw that's always a good idea he s we have opined a lot but oh so I just turned on my phone to get to my bible APP it's my birthday is just had so this is Paul writing and he says let everyone be subject to the governing authorities against the Authority is rebelling against what God has instituted and those who do so from fear of the one in authority then do what is right and you will be commended agents of Wrath to bring punishment on the wrongdoer therefore it is necessary to submit who give their full time to governing give to everyone what you owe them ending except the continuing debt to.

"church society" Discussed on The Road Home To You

The Road Home To You

16:46 min | 10 months ago

"church society" Discussed on The Road Home To You

"The government at the time of the writing of most of the New Testament was Rome and Rome's started as republic. Yeah you know. Rome started as a representative democracy. Much the same that we have now will. Yeah because our entire structure was predicated off of breath. Rome right arm. Union was one of the models. Yeah for for our government that we have and you can even see that in the architecture all around our nation absolutely all the government buildings and stuff yet will and I think it's interesting because I was having a conversation recently with a friend and we were talking about kind of what's going on politically and we're talking about how neither one of us is going to be surprised to see our republic fall Because the the the very nature of governments is to rise and then to fall And then to rise and then to fall so you know that's just the way they go and you know and America has been on top for a while okay all right now and you know it's time you know I think nations get to a certain point where it they have to fall because if they don't fall but yeah I it seems to be there have only been you know a few times in history as we look back that you see a certain government Or Group Group of people or whatever. Hold that surpremacy for more than I don't know maybe a couple of hundred years and I mean sure you can go way back to to agent Egypt and say well they were. Supreme reigned supreme in that area. For you know a couple thousand years But I I think that's more the exception that so early. It's not like there was a whole lot of other societies and governments at the time mm-hmm right in our more modern times Seems like you know. Couple of Hundred Years Is is about all anybody has it's been able to maintain that level of supremacy. Yeah Yeah So. What are some of the things that that you remember growing up? Yep We didn't. We didn't talk about this as we're planning our notes but what are some things that you remember growing up about kind of that that political movement within the church that were that kind of made an impression on you good or bad you know a growing up in the eighties. There was such a a political political. It wasn't just strictly from the church but there was a societal. Push at the time to revisit the this almost a mythical time of American history this sort of the nineteen fifties were held up as this ideal. And it's you saw in the culture because you saw it coming back in fashion in so many other ways things were looking back to the fifties And you know they didn't they didn't look back in A realistic sort of way and say okay. Well there were also some problems here and there they were looking back through the the rose colored glasses and turning it into something that maybe it wasn't entirely. You know we had Ronald Reagan and we had all of that This new political conservatism That was coming to the forefront and so I remember seeing that and end at the time I was a kid. I didn't have any problems with it. I didn't see any. Th You know that was just it was just life it was that was just is life you know are remembered thinking. Oh good you know it was. It was a good thing. This sort of return to a more conservative would've ideal and I think in many ways it was a good thing but there again it was. It was an effort to push society eighty in a direction that it didn't necessarily want to go And what's that GONNA do. I mean it's just GonNa push people there's is going to be a pushback against it and they're gonNA WANNA drive that pendulum back the other way even harder. You know you kind of started to see some. I'm a little bit of that in some counter cultural elements Even in the eighties even as the conservative movement was really You know at its height there was there was also a counterculture role. Push going on at the same time. There was because that was really where While I guess seventies was maybe more win like punk started coming out of of the UK and but in the eighties was when it was kind of becoming a thing here. In the in the states and end there was kind of that underground counter cultural movement happening where You know we were kind of. I do remember this this clash rush of kind of wanting to bring Donna Reed and father not father knows best back into the forefront and this American life and you know we're all you skippy versus you know. Don't trust anyone over thirty that you know kind of saint push that you heard from in the sixty s with the antiwar movement and so there really was this. This kind of clash that was happening but but the that counter cultural movement was so small and so Yeah we were still protected from it you and I because we both lived in rural communities in Oregon and we were kind of. You know you'd see it you'd hear about it but it always kind of happening in New York and La in Chicago and you know those kind of far off places then you know. We never even dreamed with Goto one day and And now it seems seems that there's You know President Trump's whole make America. Great again thing is kind of this push to bring going back. Donna Reed bring back. Father knows best. Bring back this this idyllic fifties small town bobby sock wearing during You know kind of ideal didn't exist in the fifties didn't exist list in the eighties and for sure doesn't exist now and never really will because it was all Hollywood right and and somehow we've sort would've decided that that was the reality of the fifties and I think if you speak I wasn't we weren't alive in the fifties but I think if you speak to anybody who was alive in the fifties. That was old enough to actually experience that time period. It wasn't I mean maybe maybe there was that a small town life and you know some of that kind of thing but it wasn't it wasn't father knows best right. Yeah they people were still real people. They still had real the problems. We tend to look at those times and go see. That's when that's when America was still a Christian nation and You know everybody believes well okay. So maybe Christianity was still a little bit more the norm and it was a bit more culturally acceptable. And things like that. But that doesn't mean that everybody buddy in society was Christian and lived out their faith the way that God would have us do it. It means that on Christmas and Easter Stir. And you know a few other times like that your churches would be a bit more full and and it was more the norm to go to church and an experience that but it was a cultural exercise right not an exercise of personal obedience to a savior. Yeah it wasn't living as surrendered life to Jesus it was putting on a show. This is what's expected this norm. It was a veneer of Christianity over over a society. That was every bit is broken then as it is now right because if even if you look back in the fifties abortion was happening it wasn't legal but it was happening homosexuality was happening. Priests were abusing boys and girls in orphanages COPs were corrupt. Teachers abused children. You know you saw ginny sexism. Racism classism asses them. All of those things were still very much a part of society in the fifties. It just had this like kind of pretty not like you were saying pretty veneer on it And and then Hollywood just ran with that and exploited that veneer and now we've all decided that that's the way it really was. Yeah and I and I think the eighties really exemplifies that it was so very surface everything was about the image and things like that You know there was such a brand consciousness and everything like it and it was all so very surface and And that was one of the things of course that they counterculture really drove against. You know they didn't want to be a walking billboard for all of these companies. They didn't want that corporate America Polished View of of everything they pushed back and said Hey. Let's look at the reality here. There's some real problems you know and I wanted to point those things out and nobody wanted to listen in the eighties right. Yeah so then you had that whole. It went from kind of that punk movement to the Goth Movement. Matt and you know you've got kids wearing black and and with the white makeup in the dark eyeliner and you know and they're all angsty and all that stuff it it really it. It reminds me so much of In codependency recovery work you learn kind of the structure of a codependent family uh-huh and and one of the people in a co-defendant codependent family structure is kind of called the darling clown and or we're the black sheep. Either one is is kind of the one that sort of threw their outward behavior. Really really is saying. Hey there's a problem here and the class clown is or the darling clown is kind of acting out in like a humorous way and trying to like make light of everything everything and and keep the peace and all that and then the the black sheep is like the dark brooding. You know getting pregnant when they're thirteen. And you know in Rehab by fifteen and you know and and so that's kind of that unit that Goss- kid movement sort of I feel like was pointing out. There is a problem in our culture. We have a broken society. We have a broken cultural structure and we desperately asper lean need somebody to come in and intervene and at that point it would've been the perfect time for the church as a collective to kind of come into that culture and say you seem upset. Can you tell me what's going on. Where do you hurt? What's wrong How can I walk beside you through this time? How can I help you? Find signed peace and hope and satisfaction knowing that that hope and peace and satisfaction comes from Christ and instead of coming alongside that broken person or that broken group of people right. Who was saying? Hey help me help me help me. We came in and we adjudged and we attacked and we tried to moralize them. And we tried to We we pointed out all of the flaws all of the ways that they were wrong and didn't ever once read reach out with grace and with love. Yeah Yeah we didn't. We didn't don't WanNa hear about the problems who wanted to keep things on the surface. We wanted to hold onto that that false image of a Christian America that that never really existed You know we didn't WanNa talk about the problems in the church or in society. We just wanted our to wear are happy plastic mask you know and hold onto that image. That false image of what we wanted society to be like Mike. Yeah and and the Church was caught up in it so yeah when there was when there was pushback against to point out some of those flaws. Well you're ear exactly right. The the the Church Society in general responded with a militancy and an anger and judgment and all of those things. Yeah instead of instead of approaching the teenage girl who finds herself pregnant and saying can i. Can I walk with you through for this Let me help you through this. We decided to protest with picket signs and wave them into the faces of these young girls. who were scared and isolated and alone and didn't know where to turn And so then they go to an abortion clinic which is the last place we want them to be. They're going they're out of desperation and fear and then where they're waving flags signs in their faces and telling them that they're going to go to hell. Right right yeah instead of responding with with love and compassion and saying how can we help you. How like how is that? Jesus that's not Jesus US right. Would Jesus have ever done that. I mean he certainly condemned sin but but never in a way that they somebody down toward somebody down. Yes it was always. It was always this idea of you have sent in Your Life Turn Iron and repent out to God and he will sustain you. He will give you hope he will give you a new life. He will give you a new path to take AAC. There is hope there's compassion there and instead my gosh we just it. This is such a burden for me because because I see so many broken in hurt people and and I know Oh that that what they're longing for can only be found in Christ but because the Church has really done some pretty horrible things over the centuries They don't WanNa turn to Jesus because they're afraid of Jesus people right and and rightly so you know we're not perfect and we're never going to be perfect this side of eternity and only Jesus can do that. And it's not to say you know I don't know I think I don't WanNa come down so heavily like I'm I'm condemning the church because I think that I think that during the seventies and the eighties and the nineties and whatnot and even now I think if you were to look at it closely you would see that this political activism in this in this push Is is really coming coming from a place of of wanting the best for people but also fear. I think that's it more than anything is just. It's coming from a place of fear and in scripture tells us time and again from the beginning of the Old Testament unclear throw to revelation fear not take courage. Do not fear for I am with you..

"church society" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

09:03 min | 10 months ago

"church society" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Trained in America right now and the food is the top trend because an actor's name Gina Rodriguez will not familiar with I guess she was wrapping some Fuji song and said the N. word well you know the about this I know but I know she is she was on that Jane the virgin show on the CW Gina Rodriguez apologize or singing a song lyric containing the N. word if the N. word is in the lyric why why can't you say it obviously you can't you can sing the actual song is that really how can one works I thought that it was in a song you could it is because there's there was one time where I can't remember which apart as it was a pop artist was but they had somebody repeating the letter X. at a concert and you know they were everybody was like all into it because you know she was reciting the words were in out that alerts word for word and she didn't censor herself on on one of the lyrics and the crowd kind of like you know got bothered by it and then even the the artist was actually like right in front of her was going like whoa we can say that why not I don't know okay guys between the sorry if this doesn't play if you Rodriguez was actually I don't need you I let her toward and come up with a better name so whatever was actually wrapping a line from an actual song why would she have to apologize for saying it correctly and and I also want to say there was maybe two years ago there was a women's basketball team at the college level to where they were singing a song and somebody was recording it and put it on social media and they got a lot of backlash for two because they were reciting the lyrics don't want the word said we could so they could give the money back to everybody who's not allowed to say it whoever download the song were bought the CD I mean you have our word delivering music these days are they going to give over to the money back who went to a Fuji's concert where they said the word because if I if I download your music and I buy you music a you get my money I get to sing your your song even if I don't do that in America I get to say your song anyway I guess you very apologize for words saying the lyric or something sorry this doesn't wave generator you guys was actually wrapping a line from an actual song she what you have to apologize wrapping it correctly you people out of your minds don't then it it doesn't make any sense don't have the food you what's the last we ever even heard the name the Fuji's are they doing anything recently now I mean this seriously I did the food you put the N. word songs I did you know that yes don't have a food Jeez as the top trend if you don't like people singing their songs so stupid just dumb yes I'm live tweeting church society is so stupid sometimes is just dumb seriously it doesn't make any sense people have to get a clue clearly there is no clue that's been gotten here I'm like why would the Fuji's trend where they are they gonna be of the halftime show as well pull things done alright let's talk about the way we do things the way we do things in this country and I guess on the planet although plenty places doesn't work this way is we have to pretend like everything is equal at all time complete and utter equity at all times there is no job a man can do what we can do and vice versa and when you go on a date you're supposed to share the bill with her when I was dating in the nineteen forties that was in the way it was but what was the right way was the man picked up the woman the man unlocked the door for the woman let her in the car this is what you got to know the you have to do is crap anymore Hey Hey Hey one should work and it's not crap why there you should open the door for your lady it is not your husband does that for your when you get the Kerr sometimes not like we're going to the grocery or anything but I never does these I get the car so it yeah and when the bill comes you pay the guy pays even as she makes more money than you you still pay that's just it's one of the mores and and just part of the system in which we live it was appropriate was proper it was nice but I guess there's some model who still believe that's the way it should be but she's in trouble right yes apparently so this is from the mirror the end of a first date could be an awkward affair with the bill lands on the table you both the time to work out how it'll be paid using eye contact only to avoid having the conversation and bring an awkward end of the night however an author and model has made her feelings on the issue very clear by warning men if they expect her to split the bill they simply won't be seeing her again writing an opinion article on she said the sites dating expert Peter serwis explains why the expectation of splitting the bills a bad omen in a piece titled I'm just gonna say it guys to split the bill on dates are D. bags this is putting the ball on dates you know I'm talking about the word in the story no and I wouldn't or it was not your mother says no no that word I know but I don't like it I don't know for that word on TV all the time but do they say the word yes well I'm not gonna thank disposable the word okay the day not a single comes to mind this gonna put up ball you with me I will be the same bag in the back part dole these are the first part though all right once again Abby this is putting the billing date sets a precedent for relationship when were everything is straight down the middle and where does that end does that mean we should keep monthly spreadsheets and document when we give sexual favors and how much we give emotionally to ensure were even in every month this explains you never give much thought to going Dutch until a promising for state quickly took a nose dive when it came time to pay and she got the expectant look every day which followed ended the same way with a man expecting Peter to pay her way despite the large pay gap due to his generous salary as she says she has no aversion to funding our own expenses but wasn't happy insisted on a fifty fifty split despite her being the one who would travel due to a living out of town or suggestions of alternative payment instead was brushed off and the final straw came when Yasser to cough up to forty for coffee after she had driven forty minutes to CM she argued forty seven to one this guy is cheap as she argues people always misread me on this topic call me a gold digger or a princess but it's not actually even about the money it's about what the money signifies and as it turned out with my demanding date perhaps unsurprisingly has money wasn't the only thing he was stingy with it was his relationship that maybe value generosity really sees the menus excuses splitting the bill to hide their stingy this okay well listen I am historically stingy and you people know actually pretty generous but having said that I still would never ever have imagined dating a woman or a girl Hey what are you talking about no I do I do think that silly now I'm using the wrong with the man pacing now let me ask you this because maybe I don't understand the bottom the modern woman well enough I'll take calls on this eight eight eight nine four one tags ended eight nine four one seven two four seven does the modern woman somehow feel I don't know like she's been undignified by a man saying all pay our eight somehow so lead somehow our greeted as though she can't carry her own weight but I do think it's a nice thing to do I agree with you yes there's nothing wrong with that over the years I don't think two tickets it'll say Hey give me fifteen dollars it's just dumb as as do that just dumb so I'll be using the wrong with with her posture here I'll use any wrong with her position but of course in this day and age were this somehow denigrates a woman and her ability to earn for herself people going to freak out no it's too but I would never ask somebody for two forty for the coffee that I was hoping to spend some time with us just dump it eight nine four one tags Joe packs dot com your thoughts on that and your thoughts on somebody including the N. word in a song lyric and then telling people you can't single.

"church society" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

12:17 min | 1 year ago

"church society" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"There you go. I yeah. When you watch that video the fact that war of will didn't tumble. That's pretty they were knocking knees. I mean, we were imagine you knock in need somebody. You're running fast as you can you're done. It's over. That's unbelievable. We're I mean, we're talking like less than an inch from the most catastrophic failure in the history of it would have been like I said I've seen of like half a feel taken out by a situation like that before at a minor race in. It is not a pretty sight at all usually ends in serious injury and death for some of the horses. Unfortunately, I think back to the eight bells year. Yeah. That was big Brown's derby. So yeah. Yeah. Something like that. Yeah. I mean and just how how that all went down. And that was you know, a relatively traumatizing of infrared those who saw it in. I think in that was just one horse. And that was after the fact. Yep. Absolutely. So for that to have happened during the race at the point where it was undecided that if that would have I don't know that that would have been pretty damaging blow to the horse racing world. No. Out. We'll have more discussion of the controversy around Kentucky Derby, one forty five as the show rolls on Senator Damon their state Senator who's in the horse industry. We'll give his thoughts at ten forty five minute coffee. Stop by here at ten thirty five Terry minors. Tony bonetti. So the other night, I was driving around. I was listening to a podcast that is available on iheart. The iheartradio app. And it's our partners at stuff media, and it's called sleep walkers. It's very well done. It's very well produced, and it was terrifying. It's about it's about our official intelligence. It's not anti artificial intelligence. It was just for me from my personal worldview is like I don't know if I want to go there. Anyway, joining me now is one of the hosts of the program is hosted by Oswald and care a prison cares with us this morning. Hey care. How are you? Thanks for having me. How are you? I'm excellent. Okay. So let me just start with the okay? First of all give me kind of an overview for people who have not heard about your podcast before. What you guys what your mission is with sleep walkers? Our mission is to encourage people to be. Right. Okay. Let me ask you one of the things that terrified me the most. Was the way that Google decided on its own to alter search results in order to. I guess stop radicalization of terrorists. And I get this. And I understand how it can be affective. You guys were pretty thorough in explaining what they did. But then the question comes out, obviously, if they can alter search results to stop people from getting to radicalization sites, they can also alter search results to stop people from getting other types of political news that may not be radical. And we all know that Silicon Valley is essentially ninety nine percent one particular political persuasion, and it scares me when the tech companies are able to sort of set themselves up as the moral authority for the country because I'm not sure the nation's moral compass accurately resides in Silicon Valley. That's a very good point. And I think we on the first episode, we leave it open ended, which is to say, hey, most people in America have used Google or you school on a daily basis. You know, think for yourself what it means that this company has so much power both for good and not necessarily bad. But you know. Can can do something that's pretty powerful. And we're not trying to take a stance on it. I think for us. It's more about telling, you know, the average listener, you know, spend some time in your day today to think about how powerful Google it. And to understand it. We live in a country where regulation has not really entertained by that I mean, the government regulating has not really taught up to how fast the technology's progressing. So. To be an informed citizen or conscious. Citizen means to go to your local Representative and say, hey, like data privacy is important. You know, like just in the way, we talk about health care -cation like data privacy. It's the new frontier. Like, it's something that I think conscious citizens need to be aware of you know, that answer and security, you know, who's who's watching us who owns our data. These are things that we need to be bringing up to local government because you know, everybody we've talked to who's an emphasis in the field or in the field of either, you know, machine learning or surveillance has basically said like we need to be more conscious citizens. We need to bring this up to our local and state representatives. Here's my fear. My fear it because I've been kind of on the privacy van wagon for a long time in in. I always get people like to push back and say, well, if you're not doing anything wrong, you don't have to worry about which is basically in today. As age of technology and the speed with which we change what we decide is right and wrong in society. That's what terrifies me today. You might be fine. Tomorrow going to your local Christian church society could decide is radicalization. And therefore, you're you're going to be marked by posting versus bible verses or other things that you might be into or the second amendment or whatever. So the the government decides all the time what the limits and parameters of what is right and wrong is and you know, there's there's things we're doing right now that, you know, nobody really argues against like right right now is this reading this article the other day, I was fascinating about how they're catching pedophile which everybody wants them to catch pedophile. And we all agree. Right. I mean, it's an egregious thing. And yet the government has had to drop several of their cases because they refused to allow how they're actually catching them to become to light the problem with that is down the road. What if they decide to go after other types of criminals, and you're starting to violate people's fourth amendments like nobody cares if a pedophile fourth amendment right is violated, but everybody's going to start carrying if it's just your average everyday Joe doing something the governor. Doesn't like so bringing that back to AI my fear is that you're absolutely right. When you say that the technology has gone faster than the government has reacted in terms of protecting privacy. But also think the lobbyists money has moved out ahead. So my fear is that we're really not going to get the kind of privacy laws. We need and deserve because the lobbyists have already gotten their to congress and already purchased whatever access they need does that make sense. Yeah. I completely understand what you're saying. And I think you bring up a very good point that, you know, it's fortunately not happening specifically in this country yet, but it's happening in other countries. Namely in China, you know, using credit scoring. Using facial recognition technology to technology to persecute specific minority. That is practicing their religious beliefs. To basically track their cell phone behavior and using facial recognition technology, which is essentially a surveillance camera with a sprinkled on it. Yeah. And they've also added the Social Credit score which uses a to track that and this. We're talking about getting your neighbors to tell the government. That's so and so let his dog poop in somebody's yard. And that you know what I mean? And then that's pretty terrifying. Stuff that's happening there and Google is Google is doing the infrastructure for this Google and Facebook are doing the infrastructure for these kinds of programs in that country. We're really only tyrant or two away from that having happening here in America. The infrastructure is already in place. I think you make a good point by saying that we're tired or two away which is essentially to say, it's not so much the tech. I think it's important for us to make clear in the podcast. It's not the technology inherently, right? It's people really about who is in charge of it. Yes. Or who is not in charge. Who has the wedding it happen? And not understanding. You know, it's like you watch the Facebook, you watch the Mark Zuckerberg hearing last year and most of the people on the committee did not could not explain to you what? Facebook was hilarious. Yeah. It was it was old dude sitting there trying to go. I have my Thun, and it like did you don't even know what your phone does your like my dad, you can't figure out how to use an iphone? So you go to old flip phone. And so do we want those people making legislative decisions about things that are very powerful, very powerful. I think fortunately in this country. We're not from what the research we've done. We're not going to see, you know, we're not going to see video surveillance cameras outside of places of worship as a means of oppressing, the people that are going to or ship there. But when you walk on an airplane on certain airlines here. You know, you are you without your consent. You are expected to use your biometric data to get on the flight. Right. As a as a concerned citizen you to say, okay. This is the United States. I'm getting on an airplane. Could you please ask me if you could do this? These are the little steps. And I think awareness is that we can sort of out ourselves with to to sort of keep ourselves away from maybe what's happening. You know, the things that are happening in China. You know, and yeah, you're right. It is who's who's that of these technology or the other the other thing that scares me about I and we're talking with care priests from the podcast, sleep walkers. Is that a is very good or the people behind. It are very good at manipulating the masses masses people as individuals as I said in men in black are smart, but the masses are pretty much dumb animals, and we never really I never gave express consent for the TSA guy to touch my junk. And yet as a society, we were collectively told this is what will keep us safe after nine eleven when it really is just nothing but the hitter, and so the group of Americans collectively allowed our fourth amendment rights to be violated every time we get on a plane now, we're at the facial recognition state is so. It's almost like they manipulate if the if the information is being manipulated, then the technology can be abused. Well, hence, the term sleep walkers. Yeah. We've we've kind of come to a place where we want people to be listening to this podcast and think to themselves. Oh, gosh. Like, yeah. Not not in a way of not. We're not trying to steer people by any means. We're just we want people to be aware of the fact that they use the device every single day for the most part, you know, not everyone has a smartphone. But they use the device every single day that is creating a tremendous amount of data on them. And so it's not we're not trying to sort of fear mongering. But we just want you to think about okay. What does it mean that there's this thing out side of me that represents a lot of my interest? My personal connection. And what what are the locations that? My refrigerator can tell me it needs milk. So I gotta run, unfortunately, I could talk to you for an hour. I love the podcast. It's very well produced and to your point about making you go. Oh my gosh. That's exactly what it did. When I heard it. So you guys have done it very well. And I highly recommend that people. Download this and listen to all ten episodes caprice. Thanks so much. We appreciate it. All right. You too. Again, the podcast. It's available on iheartradio. And it's called sleep. Walkers. Downloaded subscribe make that happen. All right back to the.

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"church society" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"church society" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Welcome back. I'm your host, gene Miller. My guest is father, Greg, Greg. And he is one of the pastors at sea bird. It's perish here in Milwaukee. One of the handful of priests in the United States to admit that he is gay. So where is the church on homosexuality can a gay person? Someone who is transgender be comfortable at a Catholic. Nash. We know what the pope says about being gay, or at least what he said at one point about who am I to judge where do you if you if I just fell onto earth from some other planet, and I was trying to figure out where the churches on homosexuality. What would be the Reader's Digest take on it? Well, I think we also have to look there's a whole range of issues that are going on. And we see that played out with the any kind of situation whether it's on homosexuality. Whether it's the abuse crisis at a church is dealing with. You will have those communities and churches that are very open very welcoming. And try do their very best to minister to people and to say, you know, this is okay. Who you are. We welcome you here we want you to be a part of us. And and so you have that. But then you can go to the other side where you will have people that the foster hatred and foster. Anger and. And foster just a sense of discrimination toward gay people. And we have that in the church. And so there will be groups that will say the whole abuse crisis. That's happening is because we have these gay priests, and they want a scapegoat the gape race. And that is a reality that we have to deal with in the church. So it's a it's a broad range. And then sometimes people will come down and hear more of these negative voices that are out there. But we have to realize there are so many great positive things that are happening as well. So I'm part of my coming out was a motivation to say can we get to a place in the church where we can start dialoguing about this Moore where we can be more accepting of who people are and be able to have a conversation on this whole topic. So candidate LGBT person be comfortable in. In a Catholic church. Oh, I know a number of them who are there are a number of them who have walked away and said they would never want to be a part of that. Because they've lived through this negativity and they've seen it. So we need people. Like pope Francis. To say who am I to judge we need, you know, for me to hear that from pope. It was like the window open. You know, it was such a breath of fresh air. And then there was a story about him meeting with one Carlos who was a survivor of sexual abuse. And he said to Juan Carlos, you know, you have to accept to God made you to be, you know, God made you this way. I love you for who you are. That's the message we need to hear and be able to say to people in relationship. So I hope we hear more of that. But then we will also hear comments that come out from the Vatican. That's still say we don't want gay men in the priesthood, and I'm like, but you have so many of us here in some anywhere. Working in such hard ways and are doing so much good for the church. So it's just we we don't get the story. We don't work the story. We don't help to fully understand the implications of what is being said. It seems. Yeah, there's a contradiction between the door being open yet the church itself not being able to look within. It doesn't want to acknowledge the situation. They might safe to say that I feel that way you know, that was part of I said this before, but I'll repeat it is part of my motivation for coming out. It's like, but wait a minute. I'm here. I'm ministering I'm living as you're asking me to live, and yet the profound dichotomy that was happening when I look at other whether it's a priest who is dismissed whether it's lay people who were dismissed from the church because of who they are and. You know, even after I came out. I heard too horrible stories from a friend of mine sent out a message just an Email saying, isn't this great? Let's support father, Greg, and you know, in him telling his story, and you know, the pastor of the parish got so upset that she sent out such an affirmative, Email and made life difficult. She had to eventually, she just resigned her position. And I'm like really I mean, this is like this at the time. This was like two thousand seventeen but I'm like here, we are in two thousand nine hundred nine this is still happening. These realities even channel four did a news story recently about young people who are being thrown out of their homes. And so there's a new house called courage house in Milwaukee for gay teens to go to been dismissed from the house. So the this the church society, we're still working through these issues. Of helping people to come to terms with who they are in loving them for who they are coming up next on WTMJ conversations, if we're gonna come and we're going to build community, and we're going to be church. People are going to be loved for who they are. They're going to be accepted for who. They are considering the church and gate priesthood. Why did father Greg Grayton decides to remain in does he know other pre who left because of their sexuality that's next.

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"church society" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"church society" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And the this counterfeit jesus is being accepted widely today in preach is a as account that is really phony is a god a pleasure let's let me tell you this jesus said i'm breaching the real jesus said in luke nines twentythree said if any man come up come after me he must take up his cross daily and follow me jesus gives his disciples across not fun well today in our old phony layoff church society we see movie stars and big shot politicians and doctors and lawyers and business man with their phony testimonials of being truly saved and they replaced the real old fashioned anointed preaching of god's word by holy men of god then we see gospel singers who live like the world testify to god's grace and they live disgracefully but still they're welcome into these things call revivals you know big hootenanny isn't medicine shows they're welcome he's fun loving preaches and most churches where the preachers panty waste and he's about his dumb as an oyster when it comes to really proclaiming the real character of jesus christ and his cross bearing demands and they're putting the spotlight while god's through saints that are blood wash languish in the shadows in these people they love these sensual practices that are attributed to the holy ghost or to this phony jesus and these things are the works of seducing spirits says a bible warns and they the works of another jesus which is a substitute for the old time preaching of god's word well let's look at some scriptures here that tell us in warned us about these things nicole you're teaching the description of viable it tells us in warns us about this phony jesus is counterfeit jesus or another jesus and i'm talking about here on this gospel broadcast and his founding second corinthians eleven in verse four for if he that come preach with another jesus another jesus paul the apostle says come we have not priest or if you receive another spirit who or which you've not received or you receive another gospel which you've not previously accepted you might will bear with him any continues and said hey these guys at preach this another jesus is counterfeit jesus they're false apostles they're deceitful workers but yet transforming themselves into the apostles of christ and he says it's no marble for satan himself is transformed into an angel of light therefore it is no great thing if his ministers and that means satan's ministers also be transformed as a ministers of righteousness who's in shelby according to their works unquote it is bewildering ladies and gentlemen god's through saints to watch these sault same preaches and singers and deceitful workers drag jesus down to the level of the wurley and ungodly people when the bible demands in jesus demands that we lift the ungodly up to the level of the whole innocent godliness and righteousness of jesus christ well the jesus that will walk with a wurley person or a person that still lives out here in the gutter so to speak hasn't cleaned his life up and it doesn't show any fruit or being a new creature and god this real jesus is not gonna walk with kind of an individual believing on another jesus that will permit a person to see him daily live like the world without the fear of god in him produces a phony conversion and henceforth we have a counterfeit christian on our hands and we've got to recognize the fact that the bible and the apostles through the apostles and jesus christ warns us of this terrible danger to the end time saints in the church of the living god well we used to call it pretending christian hypocrite but now we let him join the church ladies and gentlemen is easier to join the big church in town the popular church with a big popular preacher who's not a separate let me tell you a real man of god's the separator he separates people he don't get a mix them all up this mix multitude swats ruin the church today and it's easier to join the big church or any church today then it is to join the country club or the lions club the optimist club or some other kind of a social club yeah where they have dancing and drinking and gambling and everything else you go join a church now i accepted christ but they have no fruit well well the first gospel message was priest and is recorded in matthew the third chapter about well john the baptist who was the forerunner of christ and.

"church society" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"church society" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

"And so if you're in in america church somebody is preaching to help the poor they are automatically brand of liberal so we live in it any church society winners totally acceptable to spend ninety eight to ninety nine percent of your income on yourself and the bible spent two thousand verses warring against injustice and poverty and hoarding but we'd rather talk about the six verses somewhere else so for me as a disciple of jesus i view the scriptures as authoritative i believe that's the deal that's presented but equal leap passionately i hasten to add as a disciple of jesus we're all fallen we have all fallen short and because of that we're all equally summoned to the grace of the lord jesus there is no raking skill at work here so that's so i answer first is a disciple the second way i talk about this issue is they talk about it as an ambassador of reconciliation now do you understand that ambassador of reconciliation this comes from second corinthians where paul says from now on we regard nobody anybody we were he says we regard who's going to do a double negative and that was going to work we don't regard anybody from a worldly point of view check this sure i just missed it up but instead we view everybody through the lens of christ rate if anyone is a new creation christ has come the old is gone the newest come i'm totally put you in this passage by the way oh my goodness here's the idea though doggone it.

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