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Fewer than 1 in 3 insured hepatitis C patients getting cure
"A majority of insured hepatitis C patients are not getting the care they need the can cure them I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest A new government study finds that fewer in one and three people infected with hepatitis C are getting the treatments that can cure them Experts say insurance restrictions appear to be part of the reason for the surprisingly low usage the pills can cost tens of thousands of dollars but can wipe out the infection and only a few months the study found that overall less than a third of people with health insurance get the medicines within a year of diagnosis the hepatitis C virus is spread through contact with blood from an infected person The virus does most of its damage by infecting the liver and can lead to cirrhosis or liver cancer I'm Lisa dwyer
Man accused of selling bleach as COVID cure extradited to US
"A Florida man accused of selling toxic bleach as a cure for the coronavirus has been extradited to the U.S. Mark Brennan the archbishop of the genesis two church of health and healing in Bradenton Florida had an appearance in Miami federal court Thursday almost two years after he was arrested in Colombia He's the latest to face charges for peddling ineffective or downright dangerous substances as medicines to cure COVID-19 Officials say the church manufactured promoted and sold chlorine dioxide as a miracle mineral solution that could cure a vast variety of ailments ignored court orders to stop and threaten to federal judge The substance turns into a toxic industrial bleach when ingested Granite and his sons Jonathan Jordan and Joseph were indicted on one count each of conspiracy to commit fraud and two counts each of criminal contempt The trial is set to begin September 12th in Miami I am Jennifer King
Partisan lines form over Dem drug price curbs, economic plan
"President Biden wants Congress to finish an economic package within weeks and the partisan lines are drawn on Capitol Hill It's a far smaller plan than the president wanted after fellow Democrat Joe Manchin nixed including climate change legislation The focus now is on limiting prescription drug prices and extending healthcare subsidies Issues Democrats hope will help them keep congressional control in November We're on the cusp of a big win here White House spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre is urging the Senate to move fast but GOP leader Mitch McConnell says the Democrats drug pricing proposal would hurt drug makers and patients They want to put socialist price controls between American innovators and new cures for debilitating diseases Democrats hope to pass the bill over likely unanimous GOP opposition in coming weeks Sagar Meghani Washington
Candace Owens on Standing Up for Parents' Rights
"What we need to empower parents again. And when I say in power parents, I'm speaking on an individual household basis, right? I don't care what the PTO moms think. I really don't. I just do not give a damn. So your kid, if your kid has ever not able to go to a camp or whatever because he's not vaccinated, just doesn't matter, right? Yeah, not for me. I'll find the ones that he's allowed to go to, right? And too bad on them. He's healthy. It's so bizarre to me. You're treating a healthy person like they're sick and fortunately because of COVID, parents are awakened to how bizarre it is, right? You're saying that there's nothing wrong with my kid. Mikey doesn't have COVID. Even if my kid did have COVID, he's a child, so he has an effective 0% rate of becoming ill from this, right? And yet you're saying to me, my child can't do activities unless they roll up their sleeve and risk getting myocarditis. That's insane. That's not worth the trade off for me. Let me just say this to parents are listening to this. You only get when it comes to your health. It's just one time, you're born with it, you get your health, right? If your child gets myocarditis, there's no cure or fix for that. You've ruined the rest of his life. Potentially for a Facebook post to say, my child graduated. I got so many emails from moms and dads. He's only got one semester left to go, right? Horrible circumstance to be in, by the way. I am completely sympathetic to that. Imagine COVID hits, you have one semester left to go. And they say, well, he's got a rope receiving at the vaccine. And parents are going, I paid all this money, man. I just want him to get the freaking certificate. Wrong decision man, right? You're playing with his health. Now, imagine if you're that parent that did that in your child, suffered from a heart attack, had mild has myocarditis. We have listeners where that's happened. Right, right paralyzed. Paralyzed. I mean, think about the guilt. Think about the guilt that that parent would have for the rest of your life and you do that for a
Residents evacuate as fire rages at Omaha chemical company
"A fire has been raging through a chemical company just southwest of downtown Omaha Nebraska I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Footage from ketb shows flames burning into the night after the first call from the Knox Crete facility around 7 Monday evening battalion chief Scott Fitzpatrick says firefighters initially struggle to access the fire then realized it was bigger than first thought and had to pull back knowing there were chemicals and propane bottles on site Explosions could be seen as part of the building collapsed People living nearby were told to evacuate and about 2500 were without power but potawatomi county emergency management says the smoke poses no toxicity risks Knox Crete makes form coding and deactivator liquid floor hardeners joint fillers curing and ceiling compounds and water repellents I'm Ben Thomas
Can You Imagine the High Achievers We Lost Due to Abortion?
"I want to thank the lord for this day If this holds You know I was in a church just past weekend and father Marty who we've had on the show before He came up to me and we were chatting a little bit before the mass I got there a little bit early And we chatted for about two three minutes or so And abortion came up I mean obviously we had no idea this was gonna happen What a bombshell leak out of the Supreme Court But we got to talking about abortion and he'd said to me you know can you imagine how many potentially Nobel Prize winners and engineers and scientists and people who may have come up with cures and new versions of antibiotics and artificial intelligence and materials technology and things that could have changed the world new potential energy systems right Can you imagine how many of those people have been wiped out due to the abomination of abortion And I said you know what Father Marty you are absolutely correct and I've thought about this often How many of these lives snuffed out that would have gone on to change the world for the better
Even Jen Psaki Is Confused About How Biden's Addressing Inflation
"One and the two of them Yeah play the other one But how the American people experience inflation is costs as you noted whether it's at the grocery store or other costs on their pocketbook And the president has taken a number of steps to address costs even extending the pause on student loans which is something he did just a few weeks ago The steps to fix the family glitch in the Affordable Care Act so more people would be eligible for lower cost healthcare And continuing conversations that are happening on Capitol Hill right now on his proposals to lower costs on child care healthcare the cost of prescription drugs What Wait wait Wait So he wants to hide taxes Schumer and Biden to cure inflation by sucking money out of the economy and then peppermint patties asked about the cure for inflation We want to get more people money back by canceling student loans giving them more money for ObamaCare and paying for their child care
Arizona AG Mark Brnovich Recaps Importance of Case Against DNC
"They were stunned that the Zucker box thing is real They're like wait wait let me get this straight That's not illegal for a multi multi billionaire to start some foundation with money he earned from social media to tilts left to give primarily to Democrat counties to incentivize voter turnout They're stunned You as the attorney general how is this legal I don't understand I'm having a hard time getting my arms around that Well our legislature actually enacted legislation once this came by to stop this to prevent it from going forward But obviously there are still things that we're looking at related to that to make sure that any funds were consistent or spent consistently is what the law was at the time But really it is one of those things Dan when you sit there and you the left you're so organized So for example there was a case last year Argued that the U.S. Supreme Court called bernov and C where you have the Democratic National Committee their lawyers at Perkins cooey and filed a lawsuit trying to overturn our state's limitations on ballot harvesting and out of precinct voting And I personally I was the same after me because I stood in the breach and defended that went to the Supreme Court and that paved the way now for states to go ahead and LAT a nap Election integrity measures But there is also other cases where for example here you have the Democrats tried to extend the ballot curing period And I stopped and I went to federal court stop it but they didn't pay for Pennsylvania And that's why you have some of that chaos and anarchy when it came to how balance procured mail in ballots were cured in Pennsylvania So the left was very organized They were very systematic and they picked or they chose their targets wisely That's why you saw this kind of chaos going on in swing states
David Bossie: Zuckerberg Investments Aided Joe Biden During Election
"So they targeted Democrat heavy Democrat districts to turn out the Democrat What did they do with this money in these districts Did they work with the local government Did they that they put did they direct these local government entities to do something if they wanted the money How did this work That's exactly what they did Mark you're so smart What they did is they gave grants to the secretaries of state and to the county officials and they stipulated that in order to keep the money in order to not return it they because they had clawed back provisions in the contracts They must do the following things And that was to provide drop boxes to assist in ballot curing to do the mail in ballot programs All of these things to help Joe Biden and so in Georgia as an example $45 million went into Georgia But most of any state in the country I wonder why 94% of that 45 million bucks in Georgia went to Democrat Biden districts And they only won by really win there by 10,000 votes And then Arizona in the funded counties versus the unfunded counties in Arizona The Biden funded areas outperformed Hillary Clinton by 700,000 votes Biden didn't even
The Truth About the Vaccine With Daniel Horowitz
"One of my favorite guests is with us right now. Daniel Horowitz from the blaze and he has a great podcast you guys should check out as well. Daniel, welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Hey, great to be back with you in this great time of distress. Yeah, that's something like that. So Daniel, are we ready for the ultimate I told you so moment when it comes to all this COVID tyranny? I mean, the evidence just seems to be overwhelming. Well, they made sure we didn't have that. See, I told you so moment because they had the fourth vaccine, namely zelensky. He is the new booster. And that's why nothing matters. Everything was cured. There's no COVID, even though it's spreading in record numbers in places where every vulnerable person has a booster, there's no vaccine injury, even though surveys, life insurance, health insurance data, military data, theirs all signal a cataclysmic degree of long-term, not just those first few weeks upon getting the shot, but really long-term damage. We have more access desks now coming out in the last few months, even though the vaccine uptake has been kind of stagnant, yeah, there's a lot to talk about, but it's not in the news, and it's done by design. As Rush Limbaugh used to always say, it's like a drive by. The drive by media after their carnage is done and everyone kind of starts to realize what's going on. They take their road show down and they're shooting bullets into the next venue. And shocking the system with supply chain issues, just like they did the first time. So we're really on the second half of the great reset so we can't catch our breath and recognize the magnitude of the damage from the first half.
Is There a Scenario Where by the Democrats Discover Common Sense?
"Com. We are back with our regular guest lord Conrad black, follow him right now at Conrad and black read his long writings at The Epoch Times in American greatness and also listen to the podcast he co hosts with Victor Davis Hanson and also with Bill Bennett. Listen to it, subscribe today. Lord black, thank you for the assist there. I had a Biden moment there for a second. Let's talk about this specter that we have three years left, constitutionally of this administration. You always are so assiduous in your saying, you're not a psychiatrist. You're not a psychologist. You can't get into the heads of those that we are talking about. However, politically, are there scenarios within which the Democrat party finds rationality or common sense? Because we were playing clips today and yesterday of members of the cabinet saying, yeah, this is a great opportunity. The war with Russia is a great opportunity to get rid of fossil fuels and, oh, you can just buy a Tesla. If not, arrogance detachment from reality and what the average American lives. Is there any way in which suddenly they have a cold shower and act a little bit more reasonably? I think we have to wait for election day for that. I mean, it appears that the and I don't know how this happened and historians well connected with these events or at least capable of ascertaining exactly what happened. We'll have to we'll have to analyze this, but the Democratic Party, which in fairness was under the under president Clinton, for example, it was a center left operation, but it wasn't an extreme or absurdly careless reckless regime. The budget generally and the behavior. I mean, I personally wouldn't have had a vote wouldn't have voted for president Clinton, but you can't say it was an extreme or irrational concept of government that he had. And most of the senior people had were people you could deal with. But a here we have the great Democratic Party taken over by an outright socialist movement infested with anti americanism. I mean, essentially, a self hating movement, but convincing itself that it wasn't self hate. It was, it was patriotism, because it wanted to make America better by curing it of these terrible, horrible
Boris Epshteyn Gives Us the Latest Updates on Steve Bannon's War Room
"You're doing Sterling work with my old boss, Steve Bannon on the war room almost every single day. Give us give us the latest raffensperger said he's gonna do some investigation. What do I listen across the nation need to know? The most important thing that happened last week was the nuclear earthquake that happened in Wisconsin with judge gableman. Right. What he laid out, not just the overwhelming fraud done by Zuckerberg by Democrats by mistreating by misusing ballot drop boxes and stealing the election of Wisconsin in 2020. But he also laid out what could be done about it, which in appendix two he goes chapter reverse on these certification, which we've talked about. And judge gave them who's a former Wisconsin state Supreme Court Justice. Laid out the constitutional common law and electoral law underpinnings saying, in his belief in his estimation, if you have proof on its face a fraud and election, there's absolutely a cure for that fraud and under article two of the constitution that would be the state legislature's decertifying. The state decides in the legislature to de certify their state's election results. Correct. And then what? And then that's an open question because that's never happened before. So the question is, then what? And he said that if it's just Wisconsin with ten electoral votes, nothing happens. But if it's Wisconsin, Arizona and say Georgia and then those are decertified and take it away from the president numbers change, completely. Now, he points to other elections Marxist stinson, which was an election in Pennsylvania, elections in North Carolina where you had a candidate sitting who had won through fraud and the election was overturned and the other candidate took the seat. Okay, those are not presidential elections.
Dennis Prager Previews His Book 'The Rational Passover Haggadah'
"Your book, the new book is called the rational Passover Haggadah. Now you've written all these books, the rational Bible. For whom did you write this book? And you know it's like a half a joke question, because I know, in a way, no, it's right. I know you know my answer, but the question is very serious and very important. Yeah. Literally everyone. Ideal in the book with the biggest issues of life because the Passover raises it. So for example, I have I have a lot of little essays in there. So that people will have substantive things to talk about. If they read it together. And one of them is this. If God took the Jews out of Egypt, why didn't he take them out of Europe? I mean, everybody certainly every Jew has asked that question, but they don't ask it out loud, or they certainly not going to discuss it at the Passover Seder. But that's the elephant in the room. And it's the elephant in the room for Christians. If God did ex for Jesus cured the blind, why doesn't God cure the blind today? I mean, it's everybody can ask this. And it's a completely legitimate question. And I deal with it. Why doesn't God solve all the problems of evil? That's essentially it. But that's an example of one of the many issues I raise and discuss in this book. So that's why it's for everybody.
Charlie Chats to Jenny Beth Martin of Tea Party Patriots
"Jenny Beth Martin from Tea Party patriots, how you doing? I'm great. It's so good to be with you, Charlie. The work you do for our country is so important, and we've known each other for a while and you're always on the front lines, whether it be election integrity vaccine mandates all of it. So I just want to thank you for all that you've done. Oh, thank you. And you're doing so much to you. It's just great to see how much energy you get with the younger generation and the grassroots involvement that they are that they are engaged in. It's synergy. So tell us what you're working on at Tea Party patriots. So we're working on a couple of things a big thing we're working on right now is building permanent election integrity infrastructures in key states around the country. So right now this week, I have been traveling and doing a tour in Arizona where we're training people and how to build these local election integrity task forces. And then I've already done the same kind of tour in Georgia. We have a summit coming up in Georgia that cleta Mitchell and conservative partnership institute are hosting. And then we're going on from here to Nevada, and then we'll have Pennsylvania in North Carolina, Wisconsin and Michigan when we're doing the same thing over the next two and a half months. That's terrific. So tell us about what you're training these people to do. Poll watchers like just walk us through that. So poll watchers in poll workers. That's usually what traditionally what Republicans think of when we think of election integrity and certainly that's important and we need people to be poll watchers and especially people who are willing to work the polls either as an election official election judge or just a poll worker, whatever they're called in their state. But there are several more steps beyond that, including building a working group who will be present at your local election board meetings committee meeting subcommittee meetings really understanding what's going on in those offices, researching what kind of contracts they have, temporary staffing, and Fulton county, Georgia they used a company called happy faces. They've been trying to get rid of that. So trying to understand just how these Abrams groups these work and then cleaning the voter rolls, chasing and curing ballots and there's an entire plan for honestly cleta Mitchell put the plan together and we're going in training people and helping them learn how to build out the full infrastructure and then how to build out the working groups so they can really get the items done that she's put
Olympics Live: Meyers Taylor may retire after Beijing
"The United States goes one to win the men's freeski slopestyle Alex all takes home the gold scoring a ninety point oh one on his first run doing so by landing a rare right up ten press one on the final trick Indiana's Nick Capper earns the silver is a cure his third career metal spanning three different Olympics everything that's happened in the last couple of years you know lives over a roller coaster but but you get another battle another let big sisters to cool it's a cool thing to say men's hockey quarterfinal Slovakia stuns the Americans eliminating team USA three to two in a shoot out Slovak scored the equalizer in the final minute of the third I'm Danny count
Rep. Andy Biggs on How Republicans Can Combat Biased Big Tech
"What can be done so that conservatives up in Congress up on Capitol Hill can actually conserve something and start fostering again an environment where Americans don't have to hide in the corner if they're conservative Well first of all you get session two 30 which will not cure all this but will help So you've got to reform section two 30 You also have to enforce the antitrust laws And the and as you enforce the antitrust laws they may need to have a slight tweak to get some redefining there But those two things would really go a long way here But I'd say the third thing that most people aren't realizing this is when you're married big government with big business like these tech companies and the tech companies are doing the bidding of your big government you have fascism And that's what you've been a victim of Dan even a victim of fascist form of government where the business is imposing will of this woke left stream administration So I think we have to go after these folks on an antitrust basis We actually have some support from Democrats on certain levels of this We just can't get them to do it the right way They want to and sometimes they attacking them they're actually making it easier for them to sensor conservatives And we don't want of course I'm
Are We Close to a Cure to Leukemia & Lymphoma?
"So you had mentioned before and I know some of the treatments have gotten very advanced I know therapies and even the chemotherapies gotten very targeted I went through a lot of that But are we close to a cure and do you think the money we can raise here will help us get to a cure Maybe it may be in my lifetime I mean I'm 47 I mean that's the whole time in 2021 alone LOS helped to advance nearly half of the blood cancer treatment approved by the FDA and in the past year 5 years alone we've helped to advance 75% of those treatment options So those numbers are definitely giving us hope that they're the cure
Eric and John Zmirak Discuss the 'Pandemic of the Aborted'
"Our friend Keith Quinta wrote a really good piece that you shared. He junta. Gentle pronounced junt had spelled funny GUI and TA Keith junta has been a friend for 30 years and he writes thank you for reminding me. People need to know what wine patch dot org, wine patch dot org, the blog, he wrote an article. It's an amazing article. And I hope people will get a wine patch dot org. I've shaded on social media, but go ahead. In the piece in which you can cause a pandemic of the aborted. He points out, he points to an article. We did a 5 part series at stream dot org. By Julie Kohler Rafi. She documents that the gain of function research that Anthony Fauci funded in China that created this virus entailed using organs from unborn babies. Attached to mice. Fused to mice to create these monstrous little chimera. These little human mouse monsters. That's where the COVID developed. It developed in that little half mouse half aborted baby monster that was created in the lab. And the reason that the remedies for COVID seemed to become to be easier, it's easier to make the remedies on those little more little monsters. So the COVID COVID using a baby mouse hybrid. And as a result, the cures and the treatments for it are easiest on hybrids like
"cure" Discussed on Christ is the Cure
"His section on idols in the second commandment minimally which again just brings about the idea that in the second commandment or the first commandment whichever position you take on that this is saying you don't build a god and you don't worship this object as a god so at this point. I would argue that. That's very different than artistic representations now whenever we get to what the seventh ecumenical council of nausea before afford You could still say that this is not what is being spoken of in this commandment because the council said that what was honored was the thing behind the image not the image itself while in this context it is the image that is acting as a deity so at this point i would say i would agree with robert lethal assessment. Now robert letham is a reformed individual who wrote a book on eastern orthodoxy. Called through western is a reformed perspective. And it's really just well done but but the whole point is that he says you know we have to be fair about this. We can't say these guys are worshiping. These icons numb. They're not but he also does caution say it could be really easy to slip into that right especially within the context of worship so how i view that ultimately at the end will be revealed. I guess at the end of this episode. But that's a point worth bringing up. I think that I would pick the side. A robbery letham on so back to the discussion. So those in favor of images would say that the classic understanding of the text where you can't make images makes little sense because it does forbid the making of any image on heaven and on earth but almost immediately after within the tabernacle and in solomon's temple we find our work images of bulls. That's something on earth chairman something in heaven lions earth palm trees and pomegranates. And you can keep going on this. I kings seven eighteen. Twenty five thirty six and so we see that playing out where if this commandments forbidding wholesale the making of any images of x. y. and z. Yet immediately after commanded to make x. y. and z. You have a problem So there can be much larger discussion about the hebrew grammar. My point here. Is that the historical context along with adultery and other tax where images are not only fashioned but commandment to be fashioned that the typical classical jewish or muslim understanding are incorrect. Now kenyans have covenant summarizes as follows. He says accurate jesus of commandment one be that would be the segment in their book. Then shows this has nothing to do with art or the representation of aspects of the created order with images rather the command has to do with images used as mediators of the presence or revelation of dd from god to human or the mediation of the worship of the deity. And so that's where i would land on that now. The lutheran review in linka article by jordan cooper is basically neither extreme. If you wanna call him extremes where they use images but they're not venerated they're just educational Bolsters of faith of his of realities. That happened right Let's the best back in put it I think that's really all of the notes i have before. I just give you my thoughts. Which really aren't going to be too long. But anyway my overall thoughts right and again. They're so much.
"cure" Discussed on Christ is the Cure
"They would argue that graven images were also different from icons because they were not statues but rather paintings course already talked about that debate Between the east and west on they additionally pointing out that god sanctioned many icons testament such as the chair over the ark of the covenant Those that were on the tabernacle curtain the pomegranates woven on the high priest robes Shabby on the inner sanctuary of the temple card figures on the temple walls and doors the twelve braun oxen. Along with the oxen lines chairman in the symbol court and then of course the bronze serpent they also held that the ark of the covenant was a symbol of christ. I'm they further argue that they did not worship the icon gave honor to it. So the second council this council on this topic noted that That worship was to be given to christ latvia and veneration should be given to icon pro skinny who's And as we noted about those who argued that images didn't despite the whole christ those who were four icons argued that those who rejected pictures of christ. We're not taking seriously incarnation So the incarnation made a picture of god. Possible because God had become man christ was the icon Or the image in english of God and clauses one fifteen so they argued that if christ cannot be depicted he cannot have been a real man so Those were against icons undermined the true humanity of jesus and they would say that they helped you heresy of dosage which basically said exactly what it sounds like that jesus was divine but he was not truly human. You only seemed human. So they further argued that no picture could portray the nature of god as the nature of god invisible. That an image of christ is an image of the divine person. Who was in human form in the incarnation. Since jesus and his human form was god's human form the picture did not deny the divine nature of christ additionally those in favor of icons argued from the point of education and for the uneducated and they basically argue that. Since you can paint a picture with words in one's mind you can also paint icon on the wood for the same effect now. Since the reform tradition is the primary tradition against images of christ within the christian circles a brief discussion on the reformation seems appropriate. Now lutherans disagree with the reform tradition as well as the catholic tradition. They don't believe that you've been but that images and icons or images can be useful for education anyway so the westminster larger catechism which is One of the confessions other reforms edition notes that In question one nine of the westminster catechism what sins are forbidden in the second commandment The sense forbidden and second clement..
"cure" Discussed on Christ is the Cure
"At train generation to to not sit idly by and and do nothing with what he said. If i could say it's underneath this larger umbrella that jesus was fully god fully man the whole way co equaling co eternal with god of the classic doctrines of the church hyper stat. Hypothetic union home lucia the same essence of the father so we would say under that umbrella. Now we're trying to figure out. How does it work. So god consciousness in a human consciousness in operation christ and this is something searches wrestle with for two thousand years And that we ended up. I was just looking at some of it tonight again. About how nuanced and how semantics are involved but also how complex it is to think about a god who knows everything actually. Did you have to learn aramaic. did you have to learn. It's this interesting deal of how interesting little tidbit there. That i didn't notice before. Was that dan actually pulls some calcium language there. So that's that's significant. I mean he knows what he's talking about in relation to cal halcion. He is fully implemented search oftentimes has. There's been several times when we try to over. Explain that you know you had a human will in a man's body in the church rightly said you're over explaining something. The lord has under explained. That's exactly and we need to kind of sit with this mystery like we don't quite understand it. It isn't history highly complex. But it's somehow it's the most powerful and best way to communicate who he is what he was up to the the prevailing thought jesus as the son of god. Yeah under that. We're trying to work out the commission. And the best way i know how is to use the language that he used when he said cinemax nothing. Allie do what i see my father. Do i only say what i hear. My father say see those moments. And as best as i know how you know. I'm i'm trying to help generation. But i also hear you say addition and even authorized as i as i was sent your sense so that the it's not just that understanding of his any sort of any sort of limitation that he would take himself. Let's be clear that's all different. Discussion is sovereignty. Kenny self limits. And look and he's like i don't know but he is inviting us into he authorizes us and then he gives us the holy spirit. This is this beautiful moment when he's like it's good for you that i go to the father because then you know you're gonna be able to do the stuff and move in this ministry of reconciliation Once i go and you've received the holy spirit and so there's also these positives Not just that we've been invited into the abundant life. God and and to be about his business. The father's business like us about exactly exactly so I can't remember where it is. There's it's either in part one part two where they're talking about. Miracles and dan separates miracles where some work. Oh i missed it I think it's in part one. Run the thirty minute mark. But dan says you know not all miracles are for believers and bill agrees and they move on basically points specifically john's gospel right with the seven miracles but regardless they they do say that on.
"cure" Discussed on THE SMART ART SHOW
"Good morning friends. How are you guys doing today? I want to appreciate you guys once again for the love and the support and I will never stop seeing that because I truly love you guys and I'm grateful and I want to use this opportunity to send my love to the families in Louisiana that was affected by the hurricane Laura, you know, those that lost their loved ones those that they are home damaged. Those are lost one thing or another as a result of this ugly incidents. Our heart goes out to you guys and we pray that God will comfort you today. I want to be on the cure for procrastination, you know, this is a very interesting topic because procrastination is a terrible thing procrastination is a robot of goals and dreams and Visions apps customization can make a mountain out of a molehill. You know, I came across a definition of procrastination on the social media and he hit me hard. It says procrastination is the art. Has option that God knows you another opportunity to do what you have time to do. You know, the reason I said procrastination is a terrible thing is it can take something that would cost you money on F was and time and turn it into a big deal procrastination doesn't care if you were wise person or rich or poor person it sneaks up on anybody. This is why when you think you are wise person or knowledgeable person you must invest that wisdom or that knowledge in level that being said level is one of the cure for procrastination, but I'm not just talking about any label and talking about targeted and meaningful label, you know, because one of the causes procrastination is lack of return or a words when time and effort is invested in labor, you know people tend to develop code feeds where they don't get rewards for the time and effort they invested in labor. And this is why I said it must be a target a dog. Meaningful level because when you have a targeted tax, which is Meaningful to you, you'll be able to measure your progress and when you are able to measure your progress toward any given tax, it increases your enthusiasm, you know, an enthusiastic person don't procrastinate because they motivate themselves and they find pleasure in what they do then secondly faith faith imagination invested in activities also cures procrastination, when you invest your faith and Imagination into level, it produces Miracles. So no matter how may be your faith is or how Wild your imaginations are when you don't Channel them into activities. He causes you to use your nerve and motivation and that will lead to a custom nation and other thing that causes procrastination is neglect neglecting to do the easy stuff till it becomes they had stuff and people neglect because they don't see values in those dead. You know like someone neglecting to brush twice daily. You don't see the value in that from that leg. Let it begins to procrastinate. You know, what we'll do it tomorrow morning and I will do it the next morning and that how it becomes he would do that too. He would develop a to disease now something that was easy is now hard so identify the value in any tax you want to do that's where you'll be able to terminate procrastination. So identifying the value in any tax helps you to cure procrastination identify the value in taking a walk or doing exercise identify the value in eating healthy identify the value in studying identify the value in communicating and building relationships with that's where you don't neglect things necklace is like a virus and when you don't take care of it, it becomes a disease. These are the things that has happened to me. That is why I can log Able to resonate with this topic very well, then finally another cause of procrastination is lack of skill when you don't require a good amount of skill in what you do becuse your confidence and that leads to procrastination when you lack confidence to undertake any level it causes you to procrastinate. So the Cure is to go for a more skills acquire as more skills as possible to boost your confidence. It is very important to know the causes of a disease so you can cure it and procrastination is a disease. So this is what I want you to take home today the summary of everything I have said today is number one. One of the causes of procrastination is lack of return or reward when time and effort is invested in level and the Cure is to make sure you involve yourself in Target and meaningful level not just any level because even in the dog What proof of Chapter 14 verse twenty-three it says in all labor there is profit, you know, this profit doesn't necessarily mean money profit The Profit can be fulfillment wage can be mental growth. It can be subjective rewards that you get from doing attacks, but it must be meaningful to you. Then. Number two are not a cause of procrastination is neglect neglect in a small stuff till it becomes the big stops and people neglect because they don't know the value of the tax. So the Cure is to identify the value of the tax acts yourself. How long is this tax to me or what are the advantages? I will enjoy later by doing this thing. Now then finally number three. I'm not a course of procrastination is lack of lack of skill cues your confidence and the Cure is to go for more skills in that field you are in or the fuel you intend to go in get a coach if possible that will hold U age. Countable so when you practice these things you will no longer be a slave to procrastination you will struggle to make sure you keep all those things instead of struggling with procrastination. So I thank you today for your time and thank you for listening. I just want you to share these short teaching with your friends with your colleagues at work because almost everyone suffers procrastination, and you wouldn't know who you are helping when you do that. So thank you for listening and God bless you. I will see you next week by if you like this podcast, make sure to subscribe leave us a review and share it with family and friends. Just noticed and remembered the significance can't.
"cure" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Treat cure or prevent any disease wow look at a few things during the break as much as this as I possibly can okay so what there was an article I start with this one right here says investment giants raise voices in debate over their impact on competition this is interesting now because this this can affect a it it taking can affect investor and aching can affect all of us really end in interesting ways this is something I'd really had thought a whole heck of a lot about but you know when you have a mutual fund company and they own stock and there is this one of things I've always been against where for example the government having too much money going into stock markets in the may maybe being able to be a shareholder that actually could impact the company you know where the yet so so you have company investing social security money for example I'm most of the time there I can be putting off money in their in countries that have done this to where that country actually can have a say as to the operation of the company but you can imagine if a company has a majority of its ownership by a governmental unit that that could be a problem right because then they could actually say have a say in the management of the company that could be an issue yes that could be one thing but think about this biggest US money managers are working to persuade Washington that they don't harm competition among corporations is a debate about their sway has caught regulators attention well for mutual fund companies they actually by law can't have too much money in any particular company because then and then then they could actually Swayze it is way the company as far as management goes just like the government example that I just gave this is a totally different deal blackrock in vanguard have been getting in front of officials and disseminating research in an effort to quash concerns that large institutions holdings of multiple companies in a single sector hurts competition not something really thought about that you have a lot of money so you have an account and a mutual fund company is really huge and they get a lot of investor money well they've gotta go in split that money up because the way a mutual fund works as we pull everybody's money into a bucket and we all own portion the bucket right well if all our money is in this bucket and it owns five snow let's say five hundred companies the S. and P. five hundred then we have a lot of dough in those companies and it's just one company one mutual fund company managing the whole thing right at issue is the broader ownership with these companies vanguard and and blackrock is as many of the investment industry and the government and academic circles say there isn't clear evidence that the common ownership causes Anneke competitive effects by the fear is that by owning chunks of many companies in the sector say airlines are banking well let's say you have I want.
"cure" Discussed on Coffee with The Couple Cure
"And while we could look at the wives anger at the husbands which it's like Da. They're going to be a little frustrated. How often is it that the husband is Angry with the wife that happens a lot come to copy with a couple of care. I share practical tips for your relationship before you finish your first. Here's John I am. I everybody and welcome to A.. Another podcast on cast episode of Coffee With a couple of cure and another video on the couple cure youtube channel. Hey everyone I'm Laurie. I'm gene today. We're GONNA talk about anger. Basically anger toward God on the part of the partner where this is coming from. Oh my I write for network and I written an article for that network and the phrase as it used for a certain part was I was angry at God and what I meant. was you know I was angry at him. For allowing the betrayals allies allowing me need to be in the dark for so long and the word processing software. Didn't like the word at in so I tried okay angry with. I was angry with God for allowing all these things things. And so you know time went on but then my mind went back to the angry at God angry with God angry at God angry with God and I feel feel like what God said in that moment to me was you. Were angry at me but what you didn't understand was I was angry right along with you. You were angry right along with me and so I wrote on that and under stress you a part of it I remember back to the at times I screamed at him but I also remembered something interesting I remember in those moments of screaming at him. I never felt like he was upset with me. And those moments I felt something else else I felt it changed from my being angry at God to my being angry with God being angry right alongside him over what had happened being angry three over my husband's actions together. It was as if he'd been angry. I he mourned with me he tore his garments with me he. He held me after I screamed at him and we cried because God was angry at being replaced too. And then I go on. You know asking the ladies if they'd ever experienced anything like this and then something funny happened when I posted it to that network it auto corrected on that platform form as well too angry as God and somebody else caught it like I had published it. And someone's like oh I don't know if he meant to do this or not. Or autocorrect it again. But it has angry as God and I feel like it was you know not. I'm angry as a God but but I feel like that. Was God saying no your level of anger toward this is how angry I am about two and if you read how God feels about people who pour out their lust with prostitutes or pour. We're out there lost with other women you'll understand. He is mad about it not that he doesn't love those guys but there's a part of him. That's really angry about this so I thought I would cover that today and just kind of Duke it out with my husband over or discuss it when my husband and kind of pick his brain on it. Yeah both of you have good reason. Be Angry with me I did replace God In fact I even treated him as a presumptuous. Child would to go to his father. And saying I know I screwed up but you just gotTa take it basically because even though I was confessing to God I wasn't really you know I wasn't confessing delory at that time and I wasn't really taking all of that interaction seriously with God so I can understand. Why both of them would be angry with me? And I feel like that. That anger is very righteous. You Know I. I didn't just stand before people and agreed to hold this marriage pure and be the one and the only interaction with Lori but I stood before God and I didn't keep that promise either. Okay where where are guys angry. In the reason I bring this up is because we see the men's anger and probably ninety nine percent of the the couples. Also come our way. I think some of the guys are angry with God because they're you know they go to God oddness had gotten take this away from me and God doesn't And I think they're angry because they they want to be easy. They want they want it to somehow be slapped out of their hand and not from a heart of surrender render and really recognizing something but I think they got angry with God because he's not somehow stopping them from from being free to do whatever they want which is what God has said he values in us. You know you values us to be free. I think they're angry with that. I think they're angry that there's and I don't know if they can be angry with God about this or not not just that. It's so prevalent it so easy to get to. It's not talked about in the church. It's you you know. There's so much shame that goes along with it that I think they're angry. Somehow feeling like God is going to ultimately reject them for their sins and they don't see that the that they're actively rejecting God's so I think I think it's. It's a twisted wasted anger. How many of them are angry at themselves? Or how often do you see that. I wish I could control this us. Yeah I think that's kind of very deep rooted anger for most of these guys is knowing they can't control it. There are so angry with themselves. Like I have all this self control in all these other areas of my life. Why does this one continued? Denuded just to be so hard to deal with and You know a lot of anger over over choices that they made and the consequences of those choices the you know I think. Sometimes they're just angry that the consequences are actually coming through but There definitely angry with themselves. I was angry that that they made the choices they did. And well. We could look at the wives anger. The husbands which it's like duh other GonNa be a little frustrated depending on how many betrayal cycles and cycles of lying and that sort of thing how often is it that the husband is angry with the life. That happens a lot really well. Well let me put it a different way The anger comes out not necessarily early at the wife. Some of it is like like I said about you know between us when you would bring it up for whatever reason the only any way I could see was you're only bringing this up to make me feel and therefore your trying to somehow somehow hurt me so I can be angry or upset about that and that's not true. What you were bringing it to me for was hey this Hurt and I need to talk about it but the the time line of trauma is non-existent you know for most of these guys is like but that was years ago and apologized for it. Why would you bring it up right now unless your only motive to bring this up is to hurt me so therefore I can get angry about it? That's one way way in which the guys get angry. I think the other way in which they get angry is the women see more clearly clearly so when the guy says well I did this that and the woman says wait a minute. That's not what you you told me about this other thing or I noticed that you did this or that and the guys are like that can't possibly be true. Oh and instead of looking at themselves and saying that's disruptive to me they lash out at the person pointing now they're shooting the Messenger and I think that tends to happen a lot more frequently than the guys would like to admit okay. One thing in to keep in mind is something our marriage therapists said and that is all upset is due to unmet expectations. Obviously the women if they're upset over other women being brought into the marriage their expectation is. I thought what you said at the wedding altar that you would forsake all others. I've been doing that because I thought that was our thing you know. I thought we were going to do that for each other. So that's her obvious expectation. That wasn't met but guys if you're being upset with her then you really need to figure out what is my upset. What was my expectation was you know was it that she would get over? It quickly was was it that I would be able to lie to her and then she just trust me anyway. In that you know in the future I think that the anger may may be what I've heard described as angry as shames bodyguard that that anger is A. I don't WanNa feel vulnerable. I don't want to open myself to more scrutiny. So I'm just going to get angry and I think that is probably eighty percent. You know it may not not be. I wish she was over this right now. But it's like why do we keep pointing the spotlight at me. And it's it's that same thing I don't want my shame out in the open and so I'm going to get angry and getting angry gets the spotlight off of me. uh-huh who says kind of used as a smoke and mirrors or deflections along with the shame. Something else I've seen in some guys. That just makes them look bad. You you know she's bringing it up he doesn't WANNA look bad he doesn't WanNa look like the bad guy And he might bring you know stuff that she's done up at that point So that can be part of his angers. Just that that pride that pride that We see somewhat often in our work so guys if you are having issues as with anger my first recommendation would be to look internally your probably angry because this means something about you you're gonNA have to take some ownership and either out of pride like defending yourself herself all guys do this my pastor. Does this whatever. Excuse you WanNa give yourself or that. You don't WanNa be pushed out into the light and talk about about all the shameful things you've done and therefore you're you're using anger to shut down the conversation. There's a place for you to look at. Why anger has become your go-to emotion and honestly is probably because it's been very effective It's probably been used. Maybe by the people who raise you or maybe your siblings. But you've seen that it's very very effective in controlling the conversation controlling. What's being said are basically keeping somebody quiet and the anger that God and your wife have our legitimate well? This one's gone on long and so we're going to wrap it up now Yeah if you're having anger issues reach out to somebody it is potentially just covering other things that you really not wanting going to deal with. So there's hope you know that you're not just an angry person that there is something they're driving and there are some easy not easy. There are simple solutions for that. Actually get you really really far in rebuilding. Trust all right everybody thank you. We'll see again on the next episode by.
"cure" Discussed on Coffee with The Couple Cure
"Since you're bold enough to call me insane maybe you should do some research on the subject. Then you'll be able to talk intelligently about it. Welcome to coffee with a Cakir share practical tips for your relationship before you finish your first Cap Huston. Laurie pionk Hi everybody and welcome to A.. Another podcast episode of Coffee With the couple cure and a video episode of the couple cure on YouTube. Today we're going to continue the the comebacks parts of our story. Last time we covered a more sweet Kind of confrontation. Shen or objection to the way we've recovered and today we're going to cover a not so sweet one this again with somebody in our lives Kind of person who shows up early cool and kind of disinterested and will also share how they responded to Jay after this when they emailed you on. I think Christmas Day Christmas Eve. It was a wonderful Christmas present. Anyway you'll have to excuse us because we will be reading this There's no way we can memorize it anyway. The background on this one it is. I had put our story on my personal facebook page and the first response I got from anybody was W T F question mark and it was this person and I laughed and I said are you being serious. Then we got into a message chat back and forth and this is what ensued so This person's wife. I saw it and her reaction was. It's taken US six years to catching your husband. Enjoy working off the porn. That's insane. Yeah and so I said how do you feel about lying. Or how do y'all feel about psychological abuse abuse or spiritual abuse because those are very common with this issue and so damaging that it causes brain changes in the partner Plus Society has the same understanding understandings. y'All did and they typically respond with the same responses. There's something wrong with you for being hurt so much over this in essence putting the blame on on the partner your wife is into science. have her checkout functional M. R. I.. Brain Scans after betrayal trauma. and Dr Aymen's work on the trauma of betrayal. I get your comment though I totally get it. I used to put that on myself wondering why couldn't just get over the thing was. How could I get over over emotional abuse? When it was still happening to me the porn would have been easy to get over but if you had learned more in my story before judging you would have found out that the porn and lying would have been easier to get over but it was him doing so much destruction in conversation that was the most damaging and in case? You're wondering I shared that story on facebook with my husband's bins full awareness and encouragement. But between me and you since you were bold enough to call me insane maybe you should do some research on the subject. Then you'll be able to talk intelligently about it start with Bob Stephens betrayal trauma or the abuse called gas lighting. Having an easy time with this by the way can be a sign of the wife not it being really plugged into the relationship. There abyss call it secure attachment. That's not my nature. I can develop secure attachments. y'All can also look up treatment induced trauma and institutional trauma which is what happens in institutions like families and churches were inaccurate. Belief systems are pushed on partners causing more damage. His response was thankfully my wife and eye masturbate to the same pornography. At least generally. I responded. That's great no judgment here but I do want to stand in the gap for her. If she needs it by saying many women agree to this even when they don't want to because objecting would give rise to shaming voices. Kind of like what you said to me I ask is do you think she'd rather you get off to only thoughts of her and I've heard what most women say they'd much rather him make her his one and only and shut shut out all other women but also recognize. Your wife May feel differently. Oh also for your information. It didn't take me six years to get over at Jay's been sober six six years and also please understand therapists say it takes about three to five years for a couple to really heal the relationship after these kind of patrols. So we're right on track and we're doing much better better than before and I never heard from him again. The next time we saw them was at a Christmas gathering and the wife almost most seemed like she was not brought in on this part of the conversation. She might have called me insane. I don't know it didn't seem like she had seen this part of it anyway and I can imagine if he's like. Oh I don't WanNa show her that Because I don't I don't want her to see the part about it like do you want me to make you my one and only I mean. I don't really want to do that. The next time I heard from this person we I had finally posted a facebook page for my business and the the comments were similar. It was did you get hacked or or you know are you. Have you been kidnapped or something like that and I said something along the lines of yeah I should just joined the rest of the world and said that porn is fine and for someone who's typical. Emails are less than a dozen words. I got something like a five hundred word heated response. I kinda giggled at the email he sent to j because it was kind of like a blink twice. If you need me to come rescue you like does she have you in a cult or something. Yeah it was funny. Yeah and he he did confess though that pornography can be addictive and yet they none of the comments from this person ever really dug deeper than that into my own story. That was one of the things that I was really floored by. People close to me was very few of them actually asked me what I did. They all assume that Lori had made a huge deal out of something extremely small and that is not the case. If you've heard our story I did awful awful stuff to her. And her response was probably a lot more sane or controlled than most people would have had in those situations is where I would have just been by myself because not many people would have stuck around well. It was that same week that that two who people close to me had said porn doesn't really kill you and I had one guy. Tell me how he was close to suicide. And how another one in had said I had saved his marriage and saved his life and it is not uncommon for guys going through this and the women going through this to have suicidal Ita Shen over how damaging it is to find out. What's what's been going on? And we had seen that for years beforehand and guys just saying like I can't get free of this and I hate myself for it and I want to die. You know. We've heard countless countless stories of men who say this almost killed me. I was suicidal over. This mark laser relates a story and in his his book faithful and true about a man who actually did tear out his own eyeballs I e and it did not solve the problem. Oh having having those memories means I can never be clean of my drug. All I have to do is remember things or imagine things and I can be right back into my cycle an image or memory or a TV show or whatever could be a potential trigger. As long as I'm alive and and so I get why people get that desperate of I want I so badly want this to go away and not just the addiction itself but the impact that I've had on Lori seeing the pain that I have caused her and realizing that I am the source of all of that pain makes me question. Okay if I'm the source of all the pain then taking me out of the equation makes the pain stop. And so I've thought what about leaving but I've also had those same kind of suicidal thoughts and what I came to realize. That's like trying to heal a gunshot wound to the chest by amputating a leg. It might it might like and what he's saying is trying to heal my lunatics chest by amputating his leg. No by amputating yours that work so you know the idea is i. I'm sorry I shot you in the trust here. Let me leave you now and cut off your leg. And and somehow you're gonNA feel better instead of sticking around and trying to make it right make it right now. I in the last episode. I mentioned that we were going to get into kind of family stuff. Both of these stories came from people within immediate family. Yeah the one we covered in last episode and this one and we don't necessarily talk to these people anymore not not because we don't want to but they've kind of made it obvious they don't WanNa talk love bright they see us as weird which we are weird soldier. Okay so just understand. Dan Going public with. This story can impact family relationships but there is a bigger family. You can join up breath again. You know we're always looking for more skunks we're always looking for more weirdos. There's a song I I won't say who it's by. It's by an artist that has some pretty default language in her socks but she has a song lyrics in the song. Saying there's a little bit of loser in US Emmy Jr losers. I you know and it says just to Weirdos who fell in love. Yeah Are you hearing. Oh we are losers and we're in.
"cure" Discussed on Coffee with The Couple Cure
"Even many years into my recovery Laurie still helps me see things approach is instead of going hey you're trying to control me he thanks me everyone thank you for joining us on the podcast coffee with a couple cure and on women find their voice and so I thought on this one we would give examples well the so the first one was we had someone who that person said it seems very codependent which the same so this person had had made some very clear as going to take the writers Part and I was found out I immediately told my ex that I was willing to do whatever it took I right you did that this kind of productivity is required for trust to be rebuilt so I think it has to do with the way porn inhibits healthy brain development as well as the stickiness given your healing in my situation Jay was not for a very long time thirty forty to fifty fifty and so on until there was one hundred percent trust our marriage therapist progressing forward it seems to have gotten worse this behavior fed but what the study is Sh studies are showing is that there's something else going on with porn addiction that model doesn't work in intimate relationships because when a couple is truly unified than to injure slash betray slash traumatized the partner more because it places partners who are treated this way end up being traumatized by all the inner inaccurate information it able to codependent by you I know in my heart that if he got around the controls he has the PTSD but when I do it lasts only a minute not days like in the past the situation instead of giving them a tool that doesn't work in our closest relationships I hated myself for why can't I stop why that's the PTSD and trauma addict the consequences of risky behaviors and more he was able to rebuild trust by a person can can be punished before it becomes no longer about the wrong and I guess I'll have to be okay what matters is I am clear with how all of this progressed Internet and social media by chance that someone might speak of or post horsing alcohol and movies doesn't mean that they're going to act out he and I think I have to say porn as a different monster the only way this is an apples to apples comparison what are the chances the alcoholic would get free if ingested alcohol as frequently as awesome where to get it lifted to his lips or ingest it and it's not forced upon can therapy triggers become desensitized meaning the seeing this over and over with sober addicts they call it recent sedation chill triggers were in it all along this person said we don't watch something because and what I wrote was because I advocate for partners I have to say the only way the situation would have as many shooting up scenes as it does skin that because all of its internal you could lie about it and have be called names forever doubting you all of this painful so painful think it's all about the images if those things happen on a regular basis there are much and yet they're shamed for wanting to protect themselves for for basically being kicked where it hurts loved with betrayal trauma I don't feel uncomfortable at all it just don't feel weird about this at all trust me I'm used to these types you know how many months after that it might have even been during this time I think back to the The chemical they were used to is that Lori would be we'll unaware of a lot of our behaviors and what we're noticing and what and that's critical for me to recover because it is not like being with any of the stuff I've seen I would be breaking sobriety snows. He has blind spots and instead of going. Hey you're trying to control me. He thanks me one way that that self-sacrifice mm-hmm will also cover how this impacts the family the family unit family and we will get into that in the next episode right in the next episode.
"cure" Discussed on Coffee with The Couple Cure
"What happened between me and Laurie I would get between her and the door and be intimidating and so she could not get safe and felt powerless and The more powerless you feel in these traumatic situations the worst they impact you come to copy with a couple of care I'm Laurie you might notice a bit of a difference in our setup we got some new equipment were still testing it out so if there's a certain things on the audio were still working that out also working out our lighting and we're using a new camera bear with us as we work out the kinks but we're hoping that this allows us to edit more easily because that's a really long process and we also hope that it just creates a better listening and viewing experience for Y'all and today we're going to be talking about how is trauma formed what causes something to go from a bad experienced two you know US having signs of PTSD basically Trauma happens anytime we feel unsafe for a very long time or unsafe to a very great degree or both if it happens long enough if it's extreme enough then the bad situation can go from bad to traumatic what's traumatic for one person might not be traumatic for another person so that's the basics of what trauma is the thing that causes it is when it the situation nation is inescapable as humans were basically given three different ways of escape and you want to explain those yeah so human beings when we are faced with a threat we have one of three responses the first is to talk we will I'll try to talk our way out of a situation that's you know please don't shoot me stuff like that and if talking doesn't work then we go to one of two other responses which is either fight or flee if we feel like we can protect ourselves us from the opponent we will fight and if we feel like we cannot we will try to flee as as human beings I believe we're meant to try to talk it out I which is why I think a lot of women are like I hope we can talk about this we stopped fighting because or not lizards were not meant to strike at at first threat we're not squirrels or deer that you know we're supposed to run we're human we've been given the ability to communicate so that I think is is typically the first thing women want to do in most situations switches why communication is so important one challenges that guys have a tendency to see aggression where aggression doesn't exist yeah and that's why they get to a fight stage more quickly when we can't talk about it one we're told to shut up when you know we might then go to fight we might get angry or we might feel like a trapped animal and star you know biting or we might want to run away so those are all automatic involuntary responses news at least the desire to talk about it is involuntary and if we're stopped from doing any of those things then it can create a a traumatized response if we can start feeling traumatized because basically it's a bad situation that we can escape it's a bad situation at something happening to us that we can't do anything about so that's what can take a bad situation from just being bad to trauma and PTSD type symptoms and you know I was just reading on this this morning one thing that can give you an advantage is feeling you empowered in that moment so even though someone may be in a burning building if they know the way out or if they feel like they can jump from window then they're less likely to be traumatized the problem in relationship is as what happened between me and Lori would get between her and the door and be intimidating and so she could not get safe and felt powerless and the more powerless you feel in these traumatic situations the worst they impact you so we do have some signs as to whether or not you're probably WanNa if you're able to talk about it if you go to somebody if you go to your community your support community and you're heard your listen to your supported your well-supported than that bad experience can actually lead to an even better experience where you know you feel more safe with a bigger community it so what what the enemy meant for Evil God can turn for good that way and actually the woman realize is I can use my voice it is effective and I have a great community of support it can actually be very healing thing for her so we have some signs that we're going to give you that help you see if you're having traumatic response to the situation you're in now these aren't necessarily the office of anything established in science or in the medical community community it's things that I experienced things that I've seen a lot of my clients experience and also things that I picked up on the trauma training that I went through A lot of these are from that okay so one of them is when you frequently lose concentration you walk into a room you cannot remember why you came in there your can't complete a thought can't stay focused on a single task obviously there's there's a time of life where this could be another issue but when you're stressed due to the point that you can't concentrate that's really a a noticeable sign and what this might look like is you're losing track of things more and more you might be losing track of Appointments Like I always give women grace if they forget my appointments because the only two times I have ever missed appointments was after d day it was several months into my a counselling after d day in then it was like within another a couple of weeks I missed another one in I don't know I was just so mortified because that just wasn't me you know I had always been able to keep up with my appointments I've always been somewhat good at misplacing things if he needs something misplaced I'm your girl it can also look like when you can't focus long enough to listen to a song or when you can't focus long enough to read typically though women can read a lot about recovery after d day but like for me that was super easy to do but like novels and stories I couldn't I haven't read anything you know so that's a sign as well another big issue of of dealing with Traumas when you go to the helping community again well-meaning people that don't necessarily understand trauma don't necessarily understand the impact of Sexual betrayals might not even think porn can nope and your blamed or your called not just co dependent but co addicted so I was kind of shocked to learn that one of the big names in in the sexual addiction movement said the partner is not just a victim he said they are a co addicted meaning they are sick justice sick as their partner and so there's a lot of people who respond to women in knee.
"cure" Discussed on Coffee with The Couple Cure
"Be addictive then go <hes> <hes> just google fight the new drug and misrepresenting science yeah. That should probably get to this article. The article is called op. Ed who exactly is misrepresenting the science of pornography and it was released a late december december twenty eighth of two thousand sixteen. It's an awesome web page that has not just its own listing of studies but it's like listings of other websites that have forty studies on it than another one has twenty then another one has thirty just it's a very good <hes> package of information yeah yeah so if you don't believe it can be addictive than than <hes> the science science behind it is listed on that article right and if if you have betrayed someone through some other means like lori was saying pornography pornography was just my story. Your story may be something else but the how that betrayal impacts the other person is pretty consistent stint regardless and the means for <hes> rebuilding trust after that type of betrayal are pretty similar so <hes> you know stick around. Even if this isn't your story you may pick up on something new. That's helpful for you. <hes> what i wish i had known. I wish i'd known i wasn't crazy. <hes> i wish i would have known how deeply this can impact women. What i've heard is and this was from. I think five or up to now five therapists who have said this on separate occasions that the women who come to them whose husbands have been involved in actual actual affairs don't act any more devastated than the women whose husbands had just been involved in pornography <hes> you've probably heard me say this before but i would not have believed that until i had clients whose husbands had visited prostitutes and it wasn't any different. I was really surprised i'd be like oh my gosh your husband did what how are you not climbing. The walls compared to you know the women whose is husband's. Were you know just into porn and put those in air quotes because <hes> it's just as devastating and i and i've seen that from the guy side as well that they have deep shame over all of it they <hes> for some of them they have more resistance in giving up pornography than they do in prostitution because one is truly <hes> illegal legal and a bunch of other stuff at least here in in where we live but <hes> the pornography has become so normalized <hes> mhm. It's like wow. How could this possibly be a problem and yet we've seen a number of people <hes> actually divorce over the topic so and one of the issues shoes with you know feeling like we're crazy is because there are a lot of messages out there that it's okay. It's you know what are you making such a big deal out of it well. It's because he you know at the at the altar he was asked. Will you forsake all others and he agreed to that but this is not forsaking all others. This is turning toward others. It's kind of the difference between if if our spouse went to a bar and drank it you know we're we're the same <hes> gender hung out. You know is kind of a low key. No big deal verses going to a bar and drinking in there are attractive members of the opposite sex there there and it's kind of a party atmosphere. That's the difference between this and other addictions. It involves another her woman. It involves other people outside of our relationship <hes>. I've had women come to me. And just you know. I don't don't like this you know and i i would respond. Well my gosh. That's you know i i would respond the way i typically respond and they go so i'm not crazy and just the look in their eye is just like so. I'm not crazy. There's just this like. Are you serious. I'm not crazy. Are are you sure like because. I've been told that i'm making way too big of a deal of this so that is one thing. I wish i'd known another thing. I wish i'd have have known is to be very careful about who i took this information to <hes> even when it comes to counselors there's or <hes> people who in the counseling role because there are two different main models that people in the helping community you take and one is the codependent model which actually was written by men for men studying only men so it works actually pretty well with the guys with women <hes> it doesn't work so well so that's in general but after betrayal there's something else that happens that. If you take the codependent approach it can really damage her further mom the other model. I'm talking about is the trauma based model of the betrayal trauma model <hes> going in which is vastly different than the codependent model <hes> because the codependent model it does make her feel like she's to blame somehow somehow <hes> which can keep her stuck is she'll be. She'll honestly she'll go okay if i can do something about this pain. I'm going to do something so i need to get rid of. My co dependency pendency check you know let me work on that but in in the relationship she that will just cause to spend her wheels because there's something else going on. It's not or co-dependency if she had worked on her codependency and i've seen women do this over and over again. They work on their co-dependency at doesn't lead to peace at dozen radically the problem therefore that means. There's another issue going on. There's another issue that needs to be addressed. <hes> the issue with being careful careful about who you see like. I don't know how often this happens but it's often enough if there's a term for it and that is called treatment induced trauma and the problem with treatment induced trauma is she can't trust her husband so she goes to somebody in the helping community community and then they put stuff on her blame her some and i've heard horror stories of what they're told. <hes> some women have been told from people. All you know trying to help most of the time <hes> i is people who wants like who want the best for them and they're they're coming from a genuine heart but other times. It's just like dessert guy. Have you know does that. Counselor have his own issue with it because that's a harsh thing to say to a woman who's hurting <hes> anyway so they go to somebody they think they can trust and then they get you know something put on them and so they're not safe there that can retraumatize them in a way that can cause like long term damage because now you know nobody's safe so <hes> i. I wish i would've known to look for a treatment. <hes> a <hes> a betrayal trauma trained <hes> person <hes> in the helping community because as they take a a completely different approach to her healing so another thing. I wish i would've known is he. He loved it and he hated it and what i mean by. This is <hes>. I thought he just loved it. You know i thought it was was like so much better than me. And of course he wants to get away you know to that. There was a site of that hated it too. I mean when he said you no. I couldn't look myself in the mirror anymore. I will must have really been hard. I thought it was nothing but you know a a party for you. <hes> do you want to go into that at all. Yeah i just when when i would look at myself in the mirror i i saw a guy that i couldn't trust. I saw a guy that i did not respect and the shame some of what i was doing the shame of my hidden life really came through in those moments and it <hes> there's a lot of self loathing involved. There's a lot of self hatred involved that this thing that i kept turning to was was something i really knew was awful. New was damaging my marriage and for some reason i couldn't let go of it yeah yeah and i would think that would be really frustrating. It's like i can't control myself around certain members of the opposite sex or certain people that i'm attracted into a while it gives me you know it. Releases feel good chemicals when i look at them. I also kinda hate that. I can't control this. I i also kind of hate that i'm under the power of somebody else so much so that i ended up painting myself or a really regretting my actions so well. We're kind of at time so i think we're only halfway through the list so i think we'll cut here and then do another uh-huh another one just to keep these short all right so we will see you all on the next episode <music> <music>..
"cure" Discussed on Coffee with The Couple Cure
"Never ending cycle of it's me no. It's him no. It's me no it's him really puts things in place and helps her realize oh. This is important business traumatic. I need to take seriously and with the other approach we can actually help her to do that. Yeah so something just dawned on me all of the other approaches tell the woman you need to fix you. Instead of this problem is because you need to fix exchange yeah. You need to fix you in the relationship going in and saying hey you know what I just found out. My husband's been carrying a secret for the last four years for the helping person to respond breath. Will you need to fix you and that won't happen. Anymore is crap. I'm I would like to use stronger term but that's crap because I intentionally lied to Laurie to keep my secrets hidden. It wasn't because she wasn't fixed. It was because I wasn't fixed. She ended up being wounded. She ended up being torn apart by my lies so for someone to come to her and say well. I'm sorry that you're bleeding out here on the ground but you need to fix you and then everything will be okay. You know your husband needs to fix himself. Yes you know sort of but you really need to fix you so that you can handle this and that's comp- completely unhelpful as far as what we've seen <hes> which brings up a couple of things that we need to discuss in another episode at a couple episodes <hes> those two things being codependent model versus the trauma Waddell and also <hes> treatment induced trauma and what I have termed treatment endorsed trauma which can well. We'll get into that later <hes> anyway for the purposes of this this work. I take this approach. Are We take this approach. The trauma of betrayal occurs when someone has frequent or intense feelings of being unsafe when their partner turns outside the marriage for a relationship or or for sex. If it happens often enough it can cause P._T._S._D.. And it's not just when the partner turns outside the marriage for relationship or <hes> sex. It's also if there's other betrayals to the point. Were you feel unsafe. Honest goes back to Maslow's hierarchy of needs and that kind of stuff but that's the synopsis of what we base our work on anyway you you want to rep up for today or there's actually one more thing that I'd like to talk about and that's about <hes> the pushback that has been seen in the <hes> the professional community when it comes to the betrayal trauma model there have been many professionals who've misunderstood this <hes> thinking that it just creates victims. You're going to do nothing but create victims and what I've seen gene is no <hes> it keeps it gets them more quickly on a path of becoming a victor in their life and hopefully the guy will <hes> realize she's getting stronger and realized she could leave and will then start taking his own recovery in his own anger issues seriously so I don't promote women playing the victim the act you know the opposite is true. I promote them in finding real solutions ones that aren't gonNA keep her spinning for fifteen years. The drama model gets to the heart of the matter and addresses it where the actual the woman is actually able to make progress more quickly and more completely right and honestly what I've seen is most of the guys <hes> not really complain flame but they become aware that their wives have found a voice that their wives have become stronger people and that's when things can go crazy bad well they thanksgiving. They can get off track because the guys want to. To in some yeah in some cases they wanNA stay on top. You know if they're narcissistic to begin with. They want to stay in control and for other guys. It's just confusing they've gone. I'm from a from a more not really passive wife but a wife that was more quiet to a wife. That's now telling them straight up certain things that they don't WanNa hear and for some of those those guys. It's a bit challenging but we you know that's where I come in helping them to deal with that right and helping the guy to see how you know your your wife didn't get hit by a bus because she was standing in the middle all of the road she got hit by a bus because you tracked her down and ran or over and we now need to heal the damage heal the wound as opposed to tell her everything that's wrong with her. Why she was standing in front of a bus yeah in maybe maybe track her down as kind of a harsh word but the the vision I got <hes> during one of my processing times with <hes> with God was I felt like Jay was on a party bus and he was at the wheel and it was just filled with beautiful Porn Stars and out of his distraction he ran me over and then in order to shut me up he backed up and ran me over again and so anytime I talked he'd back up and run me over again so not fun but getting back to the pushback <hes> turn it just had it o- some of the time what will happen is a woman might be called bipolar not bipolar <hes> a person with borderline personality disorder because her emotions are all over the map but then you have to look at the home life? What is it like is she? Being treated well is at this. I'll get better now. Stop treating you horribly and then he treats her horribly and then I'll get better and stop drilling horribly and then he gets you know and then and he <hes> treats horribly again and then you also have to understand that she's not out of the woods yet. She's not out of the war yet. Society be no. There's so many images that remind her of the trauma <hes> that can have all over the map emotionally yeah we'll get into that. I think more deeply but basically look for for our healing years. Lori was sleeping with the enemy. She never know if she could trust me or she didn't know she could trust me until I rebuilt trust and so her fears her very legitimate fears would come and go moment to moment based on you know where I was what I was seeing all all those kind of things so yeah so very legitimate stuff while we went long on this one <hes> so can be trail be traumatic yes and the approach the best approach is the trauma trauma model in my opinion. It's what I've seen worked so quickly with women very very high success rate at least in my experience about ninety eight percent success rate while ninety eight per cent.
"cure" Discussed on Coffee with The Couple Cure
"At last three weeks toward the end of it. I realized I can't go and go and go like I need to get sleep. I can't be up, you know, from two to six in the morning and expect to be able to function. I'm not like I used to be it used to be a night owl who could do that and could function well for classes in the morning, or whatever I was going to. Not anymore. Yeah. So. Where I was going was I know I need to adjust. I can't like last night couldn't sleep instead of getting up and doing my usual thing I got up and took some natural sleep aids. And you know, waited for them to kick in versus getting up and doing work, which can I mean, that's just to me is really exciting can fuel me, but they can fuel me in ways that can harm me later. So that's one of judgment. I've had to make I I can't go through another season like that maybe emergency seasons. But I just need to be okay with the pace of things and get things done in the in the morning hours. So I'm not a wreck for my day job. So as we wrap up our season one be thinking about. What seasons has your relationship been through? And are you navigating those seasons? Well. And if it seems like no, I think our relationship is set up to be that it it always needs to be sunny or or something's wrong. Maybe you need to reach out to us. Maybe you need to sign up for one of our groups or get in touch with us for some one on one support it it can be challenging to see this as healthy and not failing. When you relationship goes through challenge. All right guys will thanks for joining us on this this podcast. And we'll see you in season two guys. This was caught after we stopped recording. Glad I could shift for you. I know. We've. Learn we've had to learn to be the couple care without being high on cough syrup all the time. Which is a good thing that that would have gotten expensive probably messed with our system. Well, thanks for shifting.
"cure" Discussed on Coffee with The Couple Cure
"Welcome to coffee with a couple of cure where we share practical tips for your relationship before you finish your first Cup. Here's Jay and Laurie pipe. Hi, everybody. Welcome to another episode today. We're going to be talking about seasons. And we're not talking about the normal seasons. You might think of in certain circles seasons mean seasons of life. You know that we have big seasons of life. Like when kids are small big seasons of life like during the honeymoon period. Retirement can be season. We're talking about something different. Yeah. Yeah. In a way, these are sometimes shorter seasons. When. Yeah. You know, your relationship is going through a rough patch when not even really your relationships going through a rough patch. Life has brought you to a rough patch and. That could be what happened us three years ago four years ago when I lost my job. You know, a season of transition and. And those seasons are in Evansville. You know, I wanna say if you came on this podcast looking for two people that are always smiling faces and always super upbeat and were not those people, but we do have a great relationship because we know how to whether these seasons, we know they're going to come. And we know that the other person isn't the enemy and isn't their fault that we're going through a hard time. We just our life is going to do that. And if we can't or won't pull together and say, you know, what I get it. You're going through a rough patch. Whether it's some something going on with your family or with your job, I'm gonna stand right here next to you. And I'm gonna say how can I support you? What can I do to help because your relationship is not always going to be sunshine? You know that the only place that the sun shines all the time. Is the desert? There's not a lot of life there. There's a lot of life where their seasons rain their seasons. A son. There's winter there's it's not always the best weather, but those changing seasons produce beautiful flowers produce strong trees produce a healthy environment. That reminds when we went to Ireland fears ago it rained there every single day every single day at rain, but the green I think that Swick gave it the different shades of green and beautiful flowers and everything just looked healthy. So Jay's correct that the rain does bring health brings life in a way that. I don't know huge storms that come through. Yeah. They can water the ground, and they can maybe get things reset things. But. The daily storms of life will will give us life. It can make us more fruitful in a way that one big huge storm can't. So I'm starting to see the frequent rain we get in our life as maybe a blessing in a way. I don't know. I think it does produce fruit. That's for sure. You know? And I when Lauren I started thinking on this topic. What struck me was the plane that that landed on the Hudson river several years ago, those people still get together. Those people stay in contact with one another because they went through something hard people that go on a cruise ship and go on a big party and have a ton of fun. Those people don't stay in contact with one another because it didn't go through anything together. And it's in the. Testing of our. Nettle metal. Yeah. I think it's it's in the testing it's in the stretching of our abilities that we learn who is in the foxhole with us, and who isn't and I think when our marriage if if in our marriage were not able to weather some changes and some setbacks together, maybe we have on reasonable expectations. Or maybe we really don't know that that life is gonna have ups and downs in having someone to share them with is
"cure" Discussed on Coffee with The Couple Cure
"Welcome to coffee with a couple of cure where we share practical tips for your relationship before you finish your first Cup. Here's Jay Laurie. Pipe. Hello everyone. Today's episode is about the different groups of people. You can align yourself with and who will bring you closer together, and who might distract you from each other. And the subtitle is finding your skunks which will explain here in a little bit. Yeah. This isn't. I'm not talking about groups of people like you have your politicians, and you have your stay at home. Moms not like that. It's more. The the attitude that surrounds that group or maybe even your own attitude while being in that group, and what I mean is some groups are set up to where you have to earn approval. Whether it's the stay at home moms or the PTA or political groups are even at church. Those. Those groups can distract you from each other. Then you have the groups that are very gracious in. They, you know, just accept you as you are and allow you to step down when you need to and encourage you to step down when you need to were basically, you find you show your humanity. And they're okay with that. And the it's not about the performance per se. Of course, everyone wants you to perform well in the jobs or the roles that you're in. But maybe it's more about the image. It's it's the reputation that you're building. And they're concerned more about the reputation than really what you're truly doing. Or what you're really about? Right. So if you're working on your PHD, that's fine. But if you're only working on your PHD to earn someone's approval that may be really problematic for you going forward because they may not approve you, you may you may get your PHD, and they say, well, you should have really written your dissertation on this. And not that because that was really the thing that was important and. So they'll just call all of what you've done into question. Not because of you. But because of themselves. And I've rarely seen people who are who kind of motivate others that way through their disapproval. I rarely ever seen them satisfied. It's like, yeah. Great job on that one pretty soon. They're gonna need you to do something else. And not that it's bad to be involved in that kind of group, you know, whatever whatever floats your boat go for it is just when you're trying to please an outside group or now side group leader, it can distract you from the relationship to me. My focus is how do I take care of Laurie? How do I take care of our relationship? And if that means I upset someone outside of our relationship. It's not intended to be mean or hurtful or anything to them. It's just my priority is not on how I looked to other people. My priority is how I interact with Lori. I've heard studies done that those who. Don't care about what other people think or actually it was a different study. I'm referring to that. They said those who don't have to have their house. Just right are happier. And if you'd see my house, you know, it's not just right because we've done some home what he call him home remodeling projects that aren't quite done yet. But I know my friends wouldn't care. I know that they wouldn't care, and it's not so much that I've just gotten lucky with the friends that I have I've specifically chosen friends who wouldn't care who just don't care about that sort of thing. So that does I think lend itself to my happiness that I've when it comes to the different groups of people out there. There are groups that were looked down on me. I don't have a, you know, a certain type of. Agree. I don't have. I'm not a huge person in the political realm. I'm not a church leader. So they would look down on me. But I'm okay with that. You know, I don't I'm very I feel very fortunate and very humbled by the success rate. We've had even though I don't have a degree in psychology. And you know, this so talking about finding your skunks certain people would look at Laurean I and they would turn away like a skunk had just walked into their midst that we smell funny that we're not up to par. Yeah. We're not acceptable in in whatever their society is. And I'm really okay with that. I want other people who are just a skunk. As I am that they're okay with where they are in life. They're okay with. Not putting on airs putting on a front. They're they're ready to be authentic. They're ready to be genuine with one another. And they've found that the relationship at home their relationship with their children is far more important to them than someone else. Saying, oh, you're doing what I think you should do in this life. And yet, I know that can be very hard. I've seen it happen to. People that I've been around where they can't disconnect from that approval cycle from that from that person of authority in their lives that continues to kind of wreak
"cure" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Cure drugs alcohol. What there is. No cure. It does not exist in the world. Be still and know look. It says there. What you said. I looked upon that when I was reading the scripture and reading the scripture is on awakening me to what it is. I see it. But the bees. Aw. Was the smallest amount of woods. And the smallest amount of words was be still. And know I am God. You ain't nobody else is. How did I understand that? Because I'm searching, and there's this. There's the clue as the men that man who set the stage. And I read the words, and there's only about a couple of pages of his words, really? If you want to read the story just put them in a couple of pages and just read them. And wait till. I see it a reminder. That's all it is the words remind remind. It doesn't put it in you, and you can blabber it. Make a chorus of it and have a whole bunch of learning. The knowledge of good knowledge of evil by itself. Is dangerous but the scripture. He's real it all at once. It doesn't want you to learn it. Like you're going to school. Only there for. For you to. Oh, I see it. I didn't understand what that was for a long time. Be still a no. But because I'm interested in physics. I'm way ahead of.
"cure" Discussed on Christ is the Cure
"Welcome to Christ is the cure with Nick Campbell. Here. We bring you theology apologetic and a resource for growth on the basis of scripture alone said back and enjoy today's episode. Hey, everyone. Welcome back to the show. This is up so seventy seven and this weekend is the conference in Houston and south Houston with Jason Lyles on a Sunday, only if you want information on that Email me quickly, and I'll get you that information, and maybe we can shake hands and meet at that. I highly recommend Jason Lisle if you are in Houston. He is awesome originally from answer is Genesis. And he he just has awesome stuff. He really does. Anyway. Well, two weeks ago now I had a series on Instagram because I'm doing series now on Instagram where I talked about King James only them, and if you're with us last year, then you got to hear like a four part series on that. And so I decided to address it again, this time making more accessible to people in general and. Well, we're just going to kind of go over that again here. And really nothing has particularly changed the arguments fort haven't really changed, and we're gonna talk a little bit about some of that that's gone on today. So we'll see how this goes. So is has been quite some time since we discussed it. But there have been a number of individuals who have their faith shaken or in a crisis because of the King James only movement. I think that's sad and dangerous. I have heard people say that their salvation has been questioned because of their position on the TV or the ESP and that is also dangerous. So this doesn't really apply to those who are majority text only because really I think that's a more appropriate view in light of this. And so if you prefer the King James because it reflects the majority tax more than anything than okay, sure. But that's not usually what we're talking about here. We're addressing those individuals. I consider him the King James the only superior word of God, it's infallible. It's the only translation, and that's usually who I'm geared towards SU there's a lot of different views in. I think TR only is kind of a stretch to in some sense. Which I am not an expert in this field. I have just done enough research to to know that I do not hold this position. So you'll likely see graphics online with the King James comparing it to the NFC saying these versus are missing or you have this one where it's all these verses in the cage. Av says has them hasn't hasn't hasn't been then on all the other modern translates says removed, and so the misconception is that. Well, really it's easier to propagate simplistic nonsense rather than try to understand why this occurs, and there is a presupposition behind the images, and basically it makes King James the standard, and we'll get a little bit later. But ultimately, you can make any translation the standard and say look these other versions are different. Therefore, they are corrupt. They are of the devil. And you can do that with anything if you make it standard. So what is the standard while the standard is the manuscript? And that's why the majority text position makes more sense to me because if you're gonna make an argument from any position should be while these manuscripts are are more of them. Etc. But in terms of the verses, I would argue that they were added into the King, James. And the question was how can this be the King James older? Yes. The king translation is older. But the manuscript spend it or not. So it all started with a series on Daniel Wallace. And he had a quote that I put up on my page, and you can see all this on at Christ dot is dot the duck. Your the King James version based six eight manuscripts while modern editions consider at least fifty eight hundred Greek manuscripts. And the difference is pretty staggering. The Greek text behind King James is demonstratively inferior to the Greek Tech's we have today and the author of the King James greet, text or considered variants and made changes the King James translators and their sixty seven noted variance translational differences, and they recognize and called for the production of future and better translations versus we're not removed from the scripture asking James only advocates. We'll tell you about rather late editions. I think personally it would be great to have a new translation base off the majority text. I think that would be really cool, but we just don't see that really happening as far as I am aware. So the next part of the series was basically opposed about the Greek text behind the King James version, which was made by harassment's and eras was trying to be the first published Greek New Testament before a cardinal in Spain Rasmus used half a dozen of the earliest. Greek manuscripts, which I believe dated from the twelfth to fourteenth century, sometimes he had to just guess at what the regional mindset, and you see this with revelation, and he admitted that his own edition was contained or contained hundreds of errors. So the reality of the matter is that there are differences also between the sixteen eleven and the King James you see today. So this raise the question if the King James the only foul word of God without air them. Why are there any changes whether some of those changes here in a minute? But the main thing is the Greek text that it's based on the often, call the Texas receptive. So the received text. But which one is the pure one, which one is the true in which TR should we accept on? There are five additions from Arash Smith's, and then the additions of Stephanus which there are four, and then those Beza which is eleven most exit are called it's Yar would actually be the work of Scrivener who used the fifteen ninety eight version of basis text any looked at all the variants, but he conformed his Greek text from the English translation of the King James version. So he took the King James version, and he translated into Greek. So of course, that one matches up perfectly because he he created a whole new edition based off of an English. Translation, so there are thirty editions of the TR or the Texas Persepolis with variants. And so which one would be the pure Tech's, which one be inspired. So the most prominent one courses harassment's who started the tax and fifteen sixteen who
"cure" Discussed on Christ is the Cure
"Titus two thirteen says waiting for our blessed. Hope the appearing of the glory of our great God and savior Jesus Christ. Now, usually Greek grammars often reference your two point that Jesus is being referenced as both God and savior. By the contacts can indicate this as well policy speaking on Saint affiliation here prior. And then he moves on to return to the hearing of Jesus here. Peter and second Peter one one St. something similar by the righteousness of God and savior Jesus Christ. These are insists were Thales or God is directly used of Christ. But let's talk about the prominence harm us for Christ in jasmine, which is lowered. So most people are familiar with the fact that Jesus called Lord, and the Greek is curious the term can be used for sir or master just as well in the Greek Old Testament. It was used for the divine name, y'all way. Now, Wayne grew them notes that it was translated into Greek Old Testament as low roughly seven thousand times, this would be well known in Jesus's day in that they used the Greek Old Testament, which if you didn't know is why the Old Testament citations, the New Testament are sometimes translate differently since we recently talked about the incarnation. It has procreate to note that the angels who spoke to the shepherds of Bethlehem for to you is born this day in the city of David a savior who is Christ the Lord now, those who would have heard this would have made that connection that the messiah was coming and that he was called Lord and Luke one forty three we see the similar situation when Lisbeth states why is this granted to me that the mother of my Lord succumb for me. Lord contractually. Would it be understood as the ultimate use? Given that Christ was born yet, John the Baptist is probably my favorite ones and referencing to Jesus and quoting Isaiah forty three states prepare the way of the Lord make his paths straight in Matthew three when the quote of Isaiah forty three is a voice cries in the wilderness. Prepare the way of the Lord y'all way here make straight in the desert a highway for our God, not only is Lord here used for Jesus when it's y'all way in the original quotation, but the quotation for Isaiah indicates that the path is being cleared for quote our God. We discussed and an older episode of all the I am statements and how they all referred to the DVD in some shape or form. But the most notable is a personal favorite of mine, which is John eight fifty eight where Jesus states that he listed prior Abraham mistakes. I am which parallels. The word of God in exodus three fourteen. I am who I am. In fact, a number of times Jews, try to stone Jesus for blasphemy if you just trace those moments throughout scripture, you can see that. They understood exactly what he was saying claiming to be equal to God. And that should be noted which can be seen in this context. In verse fifty nine revelation is also one of my favorites. If you don't know that by now because I reference it for the Joe was witnesses revelation twenty to thirteen Jesus states. He is the alpha and omega while God the father in revelation one eighteen seats, I am the iphone a mega this actually goes further. If there is any doubt alpha and omega being the first and last letters of the Greek alphabet make the point God is the first and the last which is also. Blatantly expressed in Isaiah forty four six and forty eight six the former I this is what y'all way says Israel's king redeemer the Lord almighty. I am the first in. I in the last part for me. There is no other gun the ladder. Listen to me. Jacob israel. I have called IM. He I am the first and I am the last..