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The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
The Power of the Flotilla
"Want to underscore that because right now the United States Navy has about 280 surface combatants at sea. This comes from page three 88 a victory at sea. The sheer size of the American naval armada surrounding Okinawa was a retelling of the story of the Pacific war, as 1200 landing vessels commenced their Easter Sunday, April 1 assault on the central beaches of Okinawa, they were screened by 200 destroyers 18 battleships and over 40 carriers. You know, that's bigger than the entire U.S. Navy today. It is doctor Kennedy. Yes. Now, the defenders of what's going on in our size and power of E today would say, well, a nuclear powered aircraft carrier of the GL four class of the retiring Nimitz class is so much more powerful than those carriers surrounding Okinawa in 1944. But we had so many more of them out there. And so one of the questions about present power is a possible vulnerability of the limited number of warships, including limited number of aircraft carriers, which we have across stress across the globe today for our commitments from the Houston Mediterranean through the Indian Ocean to the far Pacific. Not to mention, giving an eye enlisted children.
AP News Radio
Box Office: ‘Bullet Train’ Arrives With So-So $30.1 Million Debut, ‘Easter Sunday’ Stumbles
"The film bullet train leads at the box office in its opening weekend I'm Archie Zara letta with the latest Your creek international business solution is how can I help you I am ready Bullet train about 5 assassins on a speeding train in Japan is the top box office draw this week It had a $30.1 million opening according to studio estimates Movie theaters usually report a quiet period in the late summer and bullet train was the last of the big summer movies Number two this week is D.C. league of super pets Nope is third followed by Thor: Love and Thunder minions the rise of gru is number 5
"easter sunday" Discussed on WTOP
"Outside the WTO studios brought to you by long fence 20% off savings on fences decks and pavers Go to long fence dot com and schedule your free estimate today It's 9 11 Local Catholics gathered for Easter Sunday mass at the basilica of the national shrine of the immaculate conception in northeast today It was an extra special celebration considering it's the first time in two years that they were able to gather without COVID restrictions Our partners at NBC four spoke with Monsignor Walter Rossi who was delighted to finally see the faces of church goers It is absolutely wonderful to have so many people here without masks We could see your face and we're happy to have everybody want this today Archbishop cardinal Gregory the Easter vigil at the cathedral of saint Matthew the apostle Maryland's gas tax holiday expired at midnight which means prices could be increasing at the pump for drivers The gas tax holiday was meant to help ease the burden of soaring prices it came after a temporary Bill was passed in mid March by the Maryland General Assembly But the state's 36 cent gas tax is now reinstated I spoke with the man who said at this point it doesn't even matter and employees at a few different gas stations tell me that prices have definitely increased but they're not even sure by how much This year's legislative session came to an end without state lawmakers extending the holiday So there's no telling how much prices will continue to rise Acacia Jane's WTO P news The automotive industry is betting big on electric vehicles in the years to come But finding a charging station can be hard in one suburban locale new houses could mean new charging stations The prince George's county council is weighing a new law that would require.
"easter sunday" Discussed on WTOP
"Communications for the smarter business Hope you're enjoying your Easter Sunday It's three 38 Traffic and weather on the 8s here's Rick McClure in the WTO traffic center All right sandy don't change with the delays on the beltway right now about three at all for what it's worth two in Maryland the outer loop between routes two O two and 50 had some slowdowns on the interloop after university boulevard and it looks like crews were still trying to clear debris on the envelope ramp to route 5 branch avenue caused by a crash we had last hour that was cleared Volume on the envelope Virginia side near the toll road snowing toward the legion bridge with all lanes available Maryland two 70 good 95 even better BW Parkway with some volume slowdowns north through green belt after NASA got it good on the southbound side Route 50 no problems there Good across the bay bridge have wind warnings in effect for high level vehicles box trucks campers Two lanes east in three lanes west crossed a bay old and Virginia 6 6 no problems there three 95 only delay as northbound after The Pentagon tour of the inval 14th street bridge that always happens on the weekend 95 it's volume stretches headed south anointed lord and imparts of Dale City no change with the northbound volume through sponsoring parts of Fredericksburg and falmouth crash clean up is done northbound on the GW Parkway near Spartan spout run sorry about that Single lane you get that back And through the district hats and volume westbound on the freeway through southwest had some slowdowns in their main avenue in the process and checking on the volume still traveling southbound on D.C. two 95 from eastern avenue to east capital street No issues reported still checking on it A girl in Kenya dreams of becoming a doctor An elder in Guatemala that drinks of being part of a community reach out and change their world unbound dot org Rick McClure WTO traffic Now to storm team four meteorologist Michelle Grossman sunny for your Easter afternoon breezy and much cooler too Wins gusting to 25 mph highs in the mid 50s to low 60s Tonight it's a mainly clear and cold night freeze warnings to the north and west along with some frosted Lowe's.
AP News Radio
Easter Sunday marks a return to in-person worship as COVID-19 restrictions lessen
"For for for for many many many many Christians Christians Christians Christians in in in in the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. this this this this weekend weekend weekend weekend marks marks marks marks the the the the first first first first time time time time in in in in three three three three years years years years still still still still gather gather gather gather in in in in person person person person to to to to celebrate celebrate celebrate celebrate Easter Easter Easter Easter Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday following following following following the the the the disruptions disruptions disruptions disruptions of of of of the the the the covert covert covert covert nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with a a a a look look look look at at at at where where where where the the the the white white white white house house house house sees sees sees sees things things things things right right right right now now now now we we we we are are are are in in in in a a a a much much much much much much much much better better better better place place place place and and and and we we we we have have have have banned banned banned banned doctor doctor doctor doctor she she she she straw straw straw straw is is is is the the the the White White White White House House House House virus virus virus virus response response response response coordinator coordinator coordinator coordinator appearing appearing appearing appearing on on on on NBC's NBC's NBC's NBC's meet meet meet meet the the the the press press press press he he he he cautioned cautioned cautioned cautioned cases cases cases cases are are are are rising rising rising rising we we we we want want want want to to to to see see see see is is is is this this this this going going going going to to to to translate translate translate translate into into into into more more more more severe severe severe severe disease disease disease disease more more more more customizations customizations customizations customizations or or or or dats dats dats dats he he he he also also also also addressed addressed addressed addressed the the the the question question question question of of of of getting getting getting getting a a a a second second second second Brewster Brewster Brewster Brewster the the the the data data data data out out out out of of of of Israel Israel Israel Israel is is is is pretty pretty pretty pretty compelling compelling compelling compelling that that that that people people people people over over over over sixty sixty sixty sixty who who who who got got got got a a a a second second second second booster booster booster booster after after after after four four four four months months months months after after after after their their their their first first first first booster booster booster booster sought sought sought sought not not not not just just just just a a a a reduction reduction reduction reduction in in in in factions factions factions factions but but but but a a a a reduction reduction reduction reduction in in in in deaths deaths deaths deaths his his his his recommendation recommendation recommendation recommendation people people people people over over over over sixty sixty sixty sixty I I I I think think think think should should should should be be be be getting getting getting getting that that that that booster booster booster booster again again again again that that that that evidence evidence evidence evidence is is is is pretty pretty pretty pretty compelling compelling compelling compelling fifty fifty fifty fifty to to to to fifty fifty fifty fifty nine nine nine nine you're you're you're you're certainly certainly certainly certainly eligible eligible eligible eligible depends depends depends depends on on on on your your your your risk risk risk risk profile profile profile profile that's that's that's that's a a a a place place place place where where where where things things things things really really really really born born born born to to to to talk talk talk talk to to to to your your your your doctor doctor doctor doctor Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Washington Washington Washington Washington
AP News Radio
Pope makes Easter plea for Ukraine peace, cites nuclear risk
"Pope pope pope pope Francis Francis Francis Francis makes makes makes makes an an an an Easter Easter Easter Easter plea plea plea plea for for for for peace peace peace peace in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine and and and and in in in in other other other other wars wars wars wars in in in in the the the the world world world world after after after after celebrating celebrating celebrating celebrating Easter Easter Easter Easter Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday mass mass mass mass for for for for tens tens tens tens of of of of thousands thousands thousands thousands of of of of faithful faithful faithful faithful in in in in St St St St Peter's Peter's Peter's Peter's square square square square but but but but the the the the first first first first time time time time since since since since the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic but but but but she she she she lamented lamented lamented lamented the the the the pope pope pope pope Francis Francis Francis Francis delivered delivered delivered delivered his his his his traditional traditional traditional traditional geo geo geo geo political political political political speech speech speech speech in in in in which which which which he he he he cited cited cited cited the the the the risk risk risk risk of of of of nuclear nuclear nuclear nuclear warfare warfare warfare warfare for for for for the the the the pope pope pope pope the the the the war war war war in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine has has has has weighed weighed weighed weighed on on on on his his his his heart heart heart heart speaking speaking speaking speaking from from from from the the the the central central central central balcony balcony balcony balcony of of of of St St St St Peter's Peter's Peter's Peter's square square square square Francis Francis Francis Francis said said said said may may may may there there there there be be be be peace peace peace peace for for for for war war war war torn torn torn torn Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine so so so so sorely sorely sorely sorely tried tried tried tried by by by by the the the the violence violence violence violence and and and and destruction destruction destruction destruction of of of of this this this this cruel cruel cruel cruel and and and and senseless senseless senseless senseless war war war war into into into into which which which which it it it it was was was was dragged dragged dragged dragged in in in in London London London London the the the the archbishop archbishop archbishop archbishop of of of of Canterbury Canterbury Canterbury Canterbury exhorted exhorted exhorted exhorted Russia Russia Russia Russia to to to to withdraw withdraw withdraw withdraw from from from from Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker
The Doug Collins Podcast
Between Good Friday and Easter Sunday Is the Day With No Name
"This is a special day. It's a special episode of the Doug Collins podcast. The day is good Friday. So it's a special day in the holy week. Started last week with the what we know as palm Sunday triumphing across coming into traditional. And it is ending in probably the most poignant part in history. And I think that is for Christians in particular. We have Christmas, the birth that we celebrate in Easter in which really frames the whole dynamic of a Christian belief system that was Easter without the death and the resurrection. Even as Paul, one of the writers in our Bible says, you know, we don't have a faith apart from Christ being raised. So that is why you see Christians all over the world. Celebrating during this time. And it is a time in which we see the contrast of this world. In the past and we see the contrast of open the future. So today though, I want to do it a little bit differently. You've always heard and I am today as I've already said here. It's called good Friday. Which is on Sunday. So Easter Sunday is named Easter. And in the middle there is Saturday. And plastering a long time ago, I thought to myself, I said, that's why they're interesting to me that all these dates around these good Friday Easter, but Saturday, and today, but I think first we need to understand the trash to leave today, but also understand why they mean so much. So I want to start this on Friday. And if you're listening to this on Friday, if you're listening to the weekend or wherever we're starting as Jesus has already been betrayed, he's already been through the whole ordeal of being condemned. And now where I pick up in this reading and I want to start just getting the people of Jerusalem a chance. They can take a criminal barabbas and say he because each year he releases one during their celebrations of Passover and he's our lease. A criminal to you and he said, this is one criminal that has murdered. We know he's evil and he said, you can either release him or release Jesus who we don't see has done anything wrong. In fact, what he's trying to do is get out of
AP News Radio
Court bolsters defendant's right to cross-examine witnesses
"Hi hi hi hi Mike Mike Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Rossi Rossi a a a a reporting reporting reporting reporting the the the the Supreme Supreme Supreme Supreme Court Court Court Court bolsters bolsters bolsters bolsters the the the the defendant's defendant's defendant's defendant's right right right right to to to to cross cross cross cross examine examine examine examine witnesses witnesses witnesses witnesses the the the the Supreme Supreme Supreme Supreme Court Court Court Court on on on on Thursday Thursday Thursday Thursday affirmed affirmed affirmed affirmed a a a a criminal criminal criminal criminal defendant's defendant's defendant's defendant's right right right right to to to to cross cross cross cross examine examine examine examine prosecution prosecution prosecution prosecution witnesses witnesses witnesses witnesses in in in in the the the the eight eight eight eight one one one one ruling ruling ruling ruling the the the the court court court court found found found found New New New New York York York York defendant defendant defendant defendant Daryll Daryll Daryll Daryll Hemphill's Hemphill's Hemphill's Hemphill's constitutional constitutional constitutional constitutional rights rights rights rights were were were were violated violated violated violated what what what what a a a a judge judge judge judge allowed allowed allowed allowed jurors jurors jurors jurors to to to to read read read read testimony testimony testimony testimony from from from from another another another another man man man man who who who who was was was was unavailable unavailable unavailable unavailable at at at at the the the the trial trial trial trial which which which which prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors used used used used to to to to undermine undermine undermine undermine him him him him pills pills pills pills defense defense defense defense Hemphill Hemphill Hemphill Hemphill argued argued argued argued it it it it was was was was the the the the other other other other man man man man Nicholas Nicholas Nicholas Nicholas Morris Morris Morris Morris who who who who fired fired fired fired a a a a hand hand hand hand gun gun gun gun who who who who stray stray stray stray bullet bullet bullet bullet struck struck struck struck and and and and killed killed killed killed a a a a two two two two year year year year old old old old boy boy boy boy in in in in the the the the Bronx Bronx Bronx Bronx on on on on Easter Easter Easter Easter Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday in in in in two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand six six six six Hemphill Hemphill Hemphill Hemphill was was was was convicted convicted convicted convicted of of of of killing killing killing killing the the the the child child child child while while while while Morris Morris Morris Morris pleaded pleaded pleaded pleaded guilty guilty guilty guilty to to to to a a a a lesser lesser lesser lesser charge charge charge charge might might might might cross cross cross cross yet yet yet yet Washington Washington Washington Washington
Let's Talk About It
"easter sunday" Discussed on Let's Talk About It
"Of need that. You need good. Friday for easter sunday. and so just as much as for us. We need the suffering experience. The joy of christ experience Heaven yeah i think you said earlier to. It's it's when we're suffering. We're closest to jesus you know because we i mean i just think of all the suffering he went through hebrews talks about how we have a great high priest who is able to sympathize with our every weakness and you and so it yet easy to slip into the perspective that we're far from god or goddess somehow not hearing us when we're in the suffering but i think so important that you know we can't experience healing and god's resurrection in our life without going through that death. Yeah yeah the grave and that it's in those those moments that we often learn so much about ourselves and so much about god and in dress what he's doing and so yeah. Yeah so much just for your your wisdom through your own experiences your openness. I think you've really lived out. That conversation pillar that. So i think yeah jockey and i both will just be praying for you and praying for the human condition. 'cause i just think god has really wonderful things intended for this ministry saying see the holy spirit working for you and your organization and you really do live out a big part of the mission of our podcast which is to talk about the uncomfortable topics in life and bring to light the things that are often lace with so much shame and that is mental health and this is a big part of our of our podcast. And we're so honored to have you come on and talk about your story. And i think it will be really helpful to our listeners. Well thank you so much. I mean yeah. I'm just grateful that you guys have a podcast dedicated pew talking about these uncomfortable situations and topic Because i mean yeah. The church is about be uncomfortable. You know we're not here for comfort so we might as well get used to the uncomfortable. And i'm just yeah i'm just so grateful that You given me the face new share about my story and about the human condition..
House of the Risen Son
"easter sunday" Discussed on House of the Risen Son
"Sin will be forgiven. The work of the cross is complete. But your life will still be here now folks something that we need to consider is that we as believers as followers of god who are honest and mature enough to recognize that we are not going to have a perfect life in the world as a result of that needs to be people are capable of dealing with the struggles. We need to be capable of dealing with setbacks. Difficulties defenses because guess what are the biggest heavy hitters the deal that really causes us to stumble about setbacks. Struggles and disappointments on offenses fences are huge suspension of works on your car big springs so when you burn silver stuff it bounces and it used to be back in the day before they had shocks springs and he'll be old enough to remember the old cars over a bounce and then what the shocks shocks were when the spring absorbed this big bounce the shocks would stop it from bouncing up and down and up and down and up down. Well folks let me tell you. Something as believers as followers of christ as mature brothers and sisters. You're going to go over the road of life and there's gonna be potholes. Those are winnipeg rules in the north end. And you're going to hit holes and you're gonna hit parts of heaved up and there's going to be in as you're going to go over top of and some of you need better springs because when the setback comes all you end up doing his dropping out and the frame hits the rules in their sparks. Some of you need better shocks because when the offense comes you go right down and write up and right down and write up and it takes a long time for that. Even itself out folks part of being mature believer who knows themselves to be saved for the blood of his work on the cross is now learning how to walk in such a way that we reflect him. I call to be mature believers. I called you to be mature men and women and i'm calling you to something acceptable. Because the world is full of children rattles. If you have bad springs or bad shocks admitted to yourself and call for prayer.
House of the Risen Son
"easter sunday" Discussed on House of the Risen Son
"That obedience and your call to do for yourself what he calls you to an accepting him your call to the miraculous difference that you will seed in your heart and in your life because of that your call to that service folks. The thing is that we like the israelites. Being brought out of egypt we become free. But in jesus name we don't cast off the restraints that held us in egypt. We cast off the restraints of sin. Broken transgression in our lives. We cast off something that isn't as plainly seen we go from judgment to glory. We moved from sin to righteousness and we moved from evil to good. And not all in one swing. It's not like i got saved today. And all he did was good tomorrow for most of us we saved today and we did a little bit last bad tomorrow and many of us are still trying to chip chip away at the bad that we struggle with because sin is still present. You're not saved and redeemed a made perfect and flesh you're saving redeemed in spurts on the work is continuous in you. We are what we are as believers. And i love this word. We are in the process throughout our whole lives of sanctification site of occasion means cleaning like cleaning. How many of you need to be cleaned. How many of you need deep cleaning. Every now and again shanty gets inspired. It's a rare occurrence but every now and again she gets inspired and she does what she calls huddle right clean because her family or by extension huddle cleaning means you clean everything including the walls and the floors and the ceilings and just gone nuts. I get out of the way when it happens. You know what. I'm talking about over there. We as followers of christ need our lives and our hearts and our souls and our minds to be hotter. i cleaned. We need a cleaning that is complete and that is continuous. Because not only do we have to be cleaned of the sin..
House of the Risen Son
"easter sunday" Discussed on House of the Risen Son
"From birth. A sin has touched us romans. Three twenty three for all sin and fall short of the glory of god. And we find ourselves born into this whether or not it's genetic or it's like federal head. Adam represented us. It doesn't matter either way what we end up with is that none of us are singlets. Not even the or woman you think very highly of none of us are. None of us are without sin and from there. We see the promise coming. In forms of the seed of the woman. The statement in genesis three sixteen that the seed of the woman will crush the head of the serpent. Right like this this picture that we're given a prophecy of the solution gonna come to sin and humanity and again we we wait for that seat to come and that seed comes in the form of christ because one of the tricky things in the language always like picking on this. What's wrong with the statement. The seed of the woman right ladies every month. Are you losing seeds. Know what are you losing eggs we lose seeds that's a man thing and when the scripture is seeing the seed of the woman. The scripture is hinting at something. That's going to happen later on to the virgin. Mary baker supervised the material to make mary's egg. Produce christ god himself staffing outside of the line of man stepping outside of the curse of sin providing the only perfect child that ever lived the only child ever born. The seat of the woman appeared and we live in a position in this world where we are opposed by sin. Not unlike the israelites. We live in on are surrounded by we suffer from since some of which we involve ourself in and which we were just involved in by proxy factor scripture describes it as we are captives. We are blind. We're oppressed by the senate around is luke for eighteen. Nine thousand nine hundred. This is the spirit of the lord palm because he's anointed me to bring good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim release the captives and recovery of sight to the blind to set free those who are oppressed to proclaim the favorable year of the lord. Think about without. Knowing god without knowing jesus we lived in a position where we were still captives catholic to what.
Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX
"easter sunday" Discussed on Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX
"Yes our guide in palestine even guides in the holy land have preacher jokes and that one makes me laugh every time i tell him he has been raised. This is the foundational proclamation of the christian. Faith it's the good news that brought all of us together. Today we read the story with the benefit of almost two thousand years of christian tradition when our group visited the the garden tomb and heard that bad preacher joke. We went there because of what we believed happened on that first easter and because of what what it continues to mean in our lives today all of which can make us wonder why the women according to mark fled in amazement and terror but of course they did not know then what we know now. These faithful women thought that their journey with jesus was over that morning as they made their way to the tomb to say goodbye. How we should not underestimate their sense of disorientation and disruption. The original last verse of mark is unexpected to us. All of these years later but read from their perspective mark's original ending frankly seems pretty realistic. Now we know that they got it together. Pretty quickly right. We know that god help them. Reorient themselves to the new thing that god was doing among them. Of course they told the eleven of course they shared the news and this great movement was born a movement that continues to give wife to each of us the movement. That brings us all here today. And you know this. Easter i have a new appreciation for what i used to think was unexpected ending to mark's gospel when we consider all the challenges that we've faced together in terms of social upheaval and politics and the weather and of course the virus that shut down the entire country for the entire world for a while and from which the world is still recovering today. The past year has been incredibly disorienting and disruptive so much so that today when i read the original ending of mark. It's much easier for me to identify with their sense of confusion and fear but much more importantly our find hope and inspiration in. What i know came after that original ending the reorientation that changed the world. The good news that those women shared good news. That has been passed down from generation to generation. Good news that we proclaim today in retelling. This most important story ever told.
Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX
"easter sunday" Discussed on Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX
"Pandemic normal still today. There are far fewer people on campus for this easter. Then we'll be here next. Easter god willing so it's fitting near the end trust of this disorienting and disruptive season of our lives together that were reading mark's account of that first easter because while all four of the gospel narratives capture in varying degree the sense of disruption and disorientating that those earliest disciples must've felt after christ was crucified on good friday marks version captures at best. I think especially with his unexpected ending. Which will here shortly. As i mentioned mark story lacks many familiar details that we're used to hearing on easter morning. Instead he just gives us a direct and kinda stark picture of what happened very early on that sunday. Three women who had been at the cross on friday returned to the tomb may had watched as jesus had been hastily buried on friday afternoon before the start of the sabbath. It's just a few verses before our reading for today and now that the sabbath had ended they wanted to properly care for his body startled to find the tomb. Open they went. They went into look for jesus but instead of finding him they find a stranger tells them that jesus has been raised. And that they should go and tell the disciples to meet him backing galilee. Bad enough the romans had executed their lord. Now they were trying to give him the simple honor of anointing his body for burial and they discover him missing with with some stranger telling them to share the news with the others mature with the luxury of hindsight as we re read the story. We find the breadcrumbs along the way knowing what we know. Now when we read the gospels we see hints the clues the foreshadowing about the resurrection with the luxury of hindsight. We know that jesus ranch. Resurrection should not have been a surprise. That's the story. We've all come to here today after all. But that first. Easter had to have been a disorienting and disruptive experience now chance if you were to be following along and your bibles you would notice that the last chapter of mark chapter sixteen is actually twenty verses long but versus nine to twenty were much later addition added perhaps as many as one hundred years after mark originally wrote his gospel and then wait wedged between verses eight and nine there's something that typically appears in parentheses in most bibles. It's often called the shorter ending of mark but that was added in the fourth century. Ad hundreds of years after mark originally wrote the earliest manuscripts that we've found end.
Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX
"easter sunday" Discussed on Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX
"Because mark's gospel wax all of those wonderful details that i just mentioned none of that is is in here each year. The recommended gospel reading for easter morning rotates between matthew mark and luke the beloved and frankly probably most popular account from. John is an alternative option every year. I've only ever preached on mark's easter story once i typically choose the alternative reading from john when it's marks year but after the year we've just had for reasons that i hope will become clear. I think i think marks version is actually pretty fitting for today. So we're going to read the first seven verses of the story right now we're going to save the ending for a bit later. This is as i mentioned the gospel election airy text for today mark chapter sixteen. I'll read right now. Versus one through seven. Listen friends for the word of god is proclaimed by god's servant the evangelist mark when the sabbath was over. Mary magdalene and mary. The mother of james and salami bought spices so that they might go and anoint him and very early on the first day of the week. When the sun had risen they went to the tomb they had been saying to one another who will roll away the stone for us from the entrance to the tomb. When they looked up they saw that the stone which was very large had already been rolled back as they entered the tomb. They saw a young man dressed in a white robe sitting on the right side and they were alarmed but he said to them. Do not be alarmed. You are looking for jesus of nazareth who is crucified. He has been raised. He.
Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX
"easter sunday" Discussed on Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX
"When the sabbath was over. Mary magdalene mary. The mother of james and sulay bought spices so that they could go and anoint. Jesus's dead body very early on the first day of the week just after sunrise they came to the tomb they were saying to other. Who's going to roll the stone away from the entrance for us. When they looked up they saw that the stone had been rolled away and it was a very large stone going into the tomb. They saw a young man in a white robe seated on the right side and they were startled but he said to them. Don't be alarmed. you are looking for jesus of nazareth who was crucified. He has been raised. He isn't here. Look here's the place. Where they laid him go. Tell his disciples. Especially peter that he is going ahead of you into galilee. You will see him there. Just as he told you overcome with terror and dread the women fled from the tomb. They said nothing to anyone because they were afraid. This is the word of god for the people of god. Let the church say thanks. Be to god now. Some of you may be sitting there thinking. Wait a minute. Where's the rest of the story. Mark is actually the oldest of the four gospel and this original version of mark. The oldest version of mark stops right there. They said nothing to anyone. Because they were afraid marks version is quite different from the other three gospels in all four gospels. the women come early to the tune. In all three gospels the women in all four gospels. The women encounter an empty tomb however in mark's version in this translation. The women's reaction is different. They said nothing to anyone because they were afraid. At some point during my childhood. I became really scared of going to bed. I was asleep walker. So maybe that was part of my fear and there were a few nights where i would wake up and i'd be on the couch. Shares which is not where i started the knights or i would wake up with these very big memories of roaming the house and i was never sure if that was real or if they were a dream to combat my fear of falling asleep. I'd have a radio beside my bed with christian music blaring to keep those positive thoughts flowing you know and most nights. My dad stayed by my bed. Until i fell asleep. I cannot tell you the origins of my fear. Although if my parents were here they would tell you that it had something to do with watching too many episodes of the power rangers. However we can't prove that so we don't really know the origins of my fear. And i can't explain to you here. And now y that fear was so paralyzing to me but it was it especially was as a child i felt vulnerable and i felt unable to control this overwhelming feeling of fear it was like i would get into my own head so deeply that i couldn't comprehend any rational thoughts of safety and that there really wasn't anything to be fearful of fear can dictate how we live our lives. We may avoid certain areas out of fear. We may avoid certain people out of fear. We may even withhold true honest pieces of ourselves out of fear of how the world may react. these women in mark are fearful and i would argue rightly so these women have been through a lot. They've been through a lot just in the past few days. All three of these women are named rights before this chapter in chapter fifteen during the crucifixion versus forty and forty. One say this. Some women were watching from a distance including mary. Magdalene mary the mother of james and solemn me when jesus was in galilee these women had followed and supported him along with many other women who had come to jerusalem with him. These three women are invested. They don't just come to the tomb out of an obligation or out of sheer curiosity. The women are coming to honor to remember their dear friend and their teacher. They're coming to prepare the body of the one. They've traveled with the one they've come to follow and lean on and the one they've just seen crucified. The women's fear doesn't happen in a vacuum. It's safe to assume that they are in the midst of a deep dark grief that has oh for a taken their day today actions they expect to arrive at the tomb and find the body of their loved one and to honor. Its this morning all over. The world. pastors priest worship leaders. I even heard the pope this morning. They will bring up the pandemic. It's a relevant thing for us to be talking about. It's hard to overlook and not talk about it when it has had such an influence on the people we've had become and the precautions. We've all had to take last year easter. None of our services we're live or in person and actually last year just a few weeks. Before easter we thought that easter twenty twenty would be our big comeback to church. Push only for the reality of the severity of the situation to really set in each of us have seen grief in our own way this past year. We've lost loved ones. We've missed special events we've been put in uncomfortable situations that we could have never imagined our grief like the women's have changed the way we go about our day to day life. We know fear and we know fear in a collective way. We've all mourn together in our common loss our lost that's been driven by fear of covert in the pandemic and now with hope on the horizon with vaccines rolling out with cases. Lowering with the promise of hugging. I loved ones once again. It can still be hard not to feel.
Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX
"easter sunday" Discussed on Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX
"I love a great story with an unexpected ending. There are some comic movie examples of this clack classic example of course From my generation is the end of the empire strikes back when we learned the connection between. Darth vader. And luke skywalker. I remember sitting in the movie theater as a kid. Totally stunned. and i've been hooked on unexpected endings. Ever since one of the most famous examples came out twenty years later in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. Six cents is a creepy story about a kid who communes with the dead. My wife whitney. And i saw that one in the theater together and it still shocking ending. I've ever seen one of the things that i love about. Unexpected endings is that they caused us to rethink. What's come before or at least two replay it in our mind. A good storyteller will leave redcliffe breadcrumbs along the way so that if we re watch the story or reread the story as the case may be we'll see the hence the clues the foreshadowing that ultimately pays off at the end. In fact the best stories make us want to revisit them over and over again. Which of course is what we're doing here today. Now maybe you are new to the christian faith and this is your very first easter worship service if so you may not yet know that this is the most important day in our calendar and you're in for a treat because the story that we're telling today is the one that we believe is the most important story ever told most of us though i'm guessing have been to at least a few easter worship services before and if that's true for you you're probably familiar with at least some of the details of this story. You're probably expecting to hear some of these details today. For example you may remember that part about the big earthquake. And the angel who descends from heaven and rolls back the stone to open the tomb detail which as it turns out is only found in matthew's gospel by the way if you always thought that the stone had been removed from the tomb before the women arrive your memory is not failing you that is actually the way the other three gospels. Tell the story or you may remember how after the women enter the tomb tomb men and dazzling close suddenly appear out of nowhere next to them understandably startling them and these two strangers explained to the women what's happened. And then they run off until the disciples who for their part. Don't believe it. Those particular details are only in luke's gospel or maybe you remember that that. Poignant scene between mary magdalene and jesus in the garden outside the tomb. The story goes that she sees jesus but mistakes. Him at first for the gardner. Many of us love that part of the story. There's even a beloved him based on that story in the garden but that particular scene is only in john's gospel this morning. We're actually not going to hear any of those kind of familiar details. We're not going to hear about an earthquake. We're not going to hear about a descending angel. We're not going to hear about news with incredulous disciples. There's no appearance of the of the remaining eleven disciples actually nor is there even an appearance of jesus for that matter instead. The version of the story that we're reading today is the earliest accounts of the resurrection from the first gospel to have been written the gospel of mark. And i'll just be honest with you here. Mark's gospel is not really my my go-to gospel certainly not for the easter story..
THE NEWS with Anthony Davis
Europe ramps up vaccinations as virus haunts Easter holidays
"French. Says he of leon's main stadium opened as a mass vaccination center during easter weekend. An thousand spent the holiday. Lining up for injections hippodromes velodromes are the sites is france tried to speed up shots amid new rush of corona virus cases but as europe celebrated its second day in a row onto the cloud of the pandemic. Some cities put vaccinations on hold during the long holiday weekend. Defying french president emmanuel macron's insistence that renault weekends or days off during vaccination medical workers need a little rest at last says an official with the french city of strasbourg which shutdown vaccination facilities from good friday through easter monday. A public holiday to ensure that residents still had access to potentially lifesaving vaccines strasbourg expanded vaccination hours and administered all of its weekly supply of doses between last monday and thursday spain. Italy and germany faced a similar holiday. Vaccination challenge spaniards lined up for shots on easter sunday in barcelona and other points around the country but madrid vaccinations at local health centers. To give staff a break. The spanish capital continued to give shots at a soccer stadium and a new hospital built to help handle pandemic cases with spain fearing yet another surge of infections like the one now overwhelming french intensive care wards spanish health minister carolina darius had urged regional authorities to keep up thanks nations throughout east a week in the french city of saas sell north of paris working class residents have higher exposure to the virus because many count work remotely in the areas housing projects. Many families have multiple generations living in close quarters language barriers make sorting out vaccination arrangements a challenge for many immigrants
News, Traffic and Weather
Worshipers celebrate second Easter of the pandemic
"Sitting far apart in pews and singing courses of hallelujah. Through face coverings for the second Easter Sunday from Protestant churches in South Korea to ST Peter's Basilica in the Vatican. Worshippers were subject to restrictions conditioned by the pandemic. In Jerusalem. Air travel restrictions in quarantine regulations prevented
Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"easter sunday" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"Serving the pontifical missions a catholic organizations established by pope. John paul the second to bring the good news to the world especially to the poor is a founding member of the pope leo the thirteenth institute which trains priests in the areas of extra schism deliverance and healing. He has served as a retreat director and confessor to saint teresa of calcutta he continues to offer direction and retreats for the sisters of the missionaries of charity leads. Those retreats was sister core macula autumn heffernan. Who is a member of the sisters servants of the immaculate heart of mary. She holds several degrees from. Mary would notre dame and syracuse university's. She's an accomplished.
Greg Laurie Podcast
"easter sunday" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast
"This is a man who has been beaten. This is a man who was born. The sins of the world at this is a man with a loud voice who cries out to tell us why it is finished. It has completed. Finished is sins. Stranglehold on you finished is the rule and reign of satan running amok. In every person's life finished is the work that jesus had come to do. i'm sure these words reverberated the hallways of heaven as well as an corridors of hell. I think him and rejoiced it is finished and the demons shuddered because they knew ultimately they were finished and now we come to the final statement of the cross statement number seven recorded in luke twenty two forty six when he says to the father india hands. I commit my spirit. It's done now. He's saying father. I've completed the work. You've called me to do now into your hands. I commit my spirit you know. It's interesting that jesus address the father at the beginning in the end of the crucifixion. His first words father forgive them for they do not what they do a prayer. His final words were into your hands. I commit my spirit. Jesus addressed the father the beginning the middle and the end and we should do the same in our youth. We should call god mytalk.
Mix Of Sun And Clouds, Temps In The 50s Expected In Boston For Easter Sunday
"Under mostly clear sky. It'll be cold early this morning below 34 in Boston and most coastal areas in the mid and upper twenties, though in many inland suburbs Later on this Easter Sunday sun will mix with clouds will become Parisienne milder this afternoon High 59 rather cloudy and brisk tonight Low 43 Tomorrow Some sun and breezy showers can't be ruled out near the coast and on the Cape High 57. Tuesday. Breezy with intervals of clouds and sun. Hi again. 57
Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"easter sunday" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Celebration. So between ed. And now nick ed. Thanks a lot enjoy the weekend. Thanks steve take care nick. Tamraz standing by and every reason to think that easter sunday a big deal in the tamra household. A big deal. We're gonna bury some eggs. Hide some eggs from a little on. She'll probably figure them out a lot. Quicker than we anticipated. She's stuff to talk to fool around anything right now but Yeah good you know. Celebratory because we're we're in the better spot and got a lot more yard and stuff to work with and it's coming in pretty green turf got green faster than my grass here in houston but the winter storm didn't help so yeah. Very excited very always kept telling my wife yesterday. Easter's big deal among italian. Yes so you'll certainly you've certainly experienced it it's obviously invariably the you based on the scheduling and what easter involves Passover is layered in so here we are to Waiting On the back end of passover at the same time so it's it's always a nice fold in the fold in the derby seen in the lead up to the classics and getting rid of winter and review merited at all it always makes for a pretty pretty special holiday weekend and I don't know if you heard all the portions of the conversation there at the end with ed neck but When there's three cards like this and i did see where you were. Kind of moaning like many sort of a problematic sequence of weekends With way too many five and six or steak fields that know are becoming. You know pretty much A standard. I mean we've got a four or state field sunday Not that not. That people were rushing to run against camin. And it it contributes to how you think you decide. You know what to play. And and you know if there's if they're positioned if they're positioned in sequences where they do favor as a multi-race wager. then you know it's it's palatable but there's also the flip side where just you know i it turns people off and they don't even bother to try to find sequences. That are approachable. Yeah i mean the problem that it presents is is a lot of what you just laid out in that. The the sequence sequential part of it as far as multi-race plays go. It's not. I don't think it's quite as impactful. The you know what a race like tomorrow's carter and the bayshore Really those to stick out the most day. Just really keep you from being able to make any kind of interest that you know to be very hard to make a you know an exact trifecta bed in those races because of course you're doing so against you know in small field with a prohibitive favorite and ultimately you're.
Greg Laurie Podcast
"easter sunday" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast
"The following message from pastor greg. Laurie is made possible by harvest. Partners helping people everywhere. No god checkout virtue. Our website for christian women go to harvest dot org ford slash virtue. Something easter is just for church folks dressed in their sunday. Best pastor greg. Laurie says easter is for everyone. Easter is for the person who feels as though god has let them down. Maybe i'm talking to somebody right now. That is disappointed with god feels. Oh let you down goddess failed you. The listen to this. Disappointment is his appointment. God wants to restore your faith today. Many people think easter is the most important holiday on the calendar. Christmas certainly gets more attention with all the shopping and gift giving but easter celebrates the day. Jesus paid a debt. He didn't know for people who owed a debt. They couldn't pay and today on a new beginning pastor. Laurie helps us. Easter is a message for everyone because quite simply we all need redemption celebrated on this special day. It's a timely message about a timeless gift. Turn to mark chapter. Sixteen in the title of my message is easter is for everyone. I love to.
"easter sunday" Discussed on Sunday Homily
"What happened to jesus. He acted with perfect love. And what did he get. As a result they put him to death. Who were they. They were the religious leaders and the roman political leaders as well as a mob of jesus people. The leaders were threatened by jesus. They were threatened by his teaching and by his good works his popularity. They were jealous and envious of him. They killed jesus by nailing him to a across jesus loved and the payment he receive was to die by the most agonizing death possible jesus loved others and his payment were nails pierced his hands and feet. It looked like love had died. Love had failed. Darkness celebrated. The love had lost. It looked as if love was powerless against the forces of darkness. That's the way this world often appears. It seems darkness and death defeat light and life. We see unnecessary. Terrorism violence. we witness acts of poverty and injustice. It all seemed so hopeless. That's the way those who follow. Jesus felt the day he died. They were crushed. They were crushed because they put their hope in him for a better world and when he died their hopes and dreams were dashed. It looked like love had lost but then something happened something that no one expected. Jesus didn't stay dead. Jesus conquered death on easter sunday. Jesus emerged from the grave victorious victorious over sin death darkness hatred gently in violence on good friday. All these things seem to have one but three days later on easter sunday jesus came out of the tomb. He who is love in action could not be defeated or kept down. Easter sunday is the celebration that love lives. God is love and he lives. It is the celebration that love and light are greater than death and darkness. Furthermore it is the celebration that the same power they gave. Jesus the ability to love others is available to you through a relationship with jesus. Christ you can access the power to love the people around you the way you really want to love them. We love people through our own effort. But by the power of god's love living inside of us we can access that power. And that's what this series is all about so i ask you to take to action steps especially if you are new or if this is your first time in church in a longtime or first time ever. I commit to join us in this series over the next few weeks. We're going to look at how we can access the power to love the people in our lives the power to love the people in our lives the way we desperately want to love them..
"easter sunday" Discussed on Sunday Homily
"Your children to feel your love for them but often maybe more often than you like you find yourself yelling at them or being critical of them. You want to serve your friends but when there are opportunities to serve them or sacrifice opportunities to sacrifice for them. You don't do it. We fall short of our desires to love people. We want to do better if that describes you. The new picked the perfect weekend to come to church. Easter is all about assessing the power to love. Better we see this in the first biblical reading. We heard today from the acts of the apostles acts of the apostles tells the story of the early christian church. It shows how jesus established the church to be a movement of god's love in the world. This movement shattered the idea. God's love his only for certain groups of people. They shattered the idea. God's love is for a certain nationality or for religious people or church people or good people for that matter. The movement shattered the idea. God's love is dependent upon our actions or behaviors. It shattered the idea. God loves you when you do good but doesn't love you. If you do wrong crowds of people would come to teach wherever he went. Jesus drew people towards him like a rockstar. The people who knew jesus knew he was powerful. His power went way beyond physical power. There was a spiritual power. It was a power that seemed to come from deep within him. That came from who he was. Jesus was and is love in action. He brought power to stand up for the lowly and he defended them. He had power and ability to develop relationships with people who were unconnected to god. He had a power that enabled him to feed thousands of people with simply five loaves and two fish through his power. Jesus lovingly challenged people to get rid of self-defeating behaviors. He healed people who were sick. He made the blind and the deaf here. He gave a paralytic the ability to walk and a mute. Boy the ability to speak. The bible tells us jesus spent entire days healing people in a world of hurt. Jesus brought healing to many many people every time you see jesus in the bible you see love in action. Sometimes his love is kind. Sometimes his love is gentle and sometimes his love is fierce and challenging. But every time you see. Jesus you see love and action. Maybe we assume. Since jesus was love action everyone would have positive feelings for him because if someone loves others does good and brings healing to a broken world. That person will be accepted and loved by all right. Unfortunately that's not the way the world works. We live in a thin stained world where justice is not always done. We live in a world where good things happen to bad people and bad things happen to good people you can do good and people might not like you. You can do good and people will criticize you..
Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey
Carrie Bernans Talks Connecting with Other Actors, Confronting Stereotypes Of Black Women
"I was like eh part of every church events. You their dance department. And their easter sunday plays and stuff so i would say that was. My first start was in the church and then the second star was like in the school theater. Plays and stuff like that and then after that After high school hosted the eight in college and disembowel in college. And then i got cast in a couple of community theatre plays and musicals although i don't really saying I guess that was good enough to make you know. I think i need to use voice training so that was like my initial start and i loved theater so much. 'cause you eat the same thing and then you just get better and better and better and and it just so much fun because you're playing with people on your living in this bigger than life imaginations and just like it was is bringing things to life so that was my initial start and then i m did Single ladies on vh. one with stacey dash. Lisa ray when i was in atlanta one summer in college as well and that was my first time on like actual tv set and then it kind of grew from there. You find the on camera just clicked with you more so than theater yet. It definitely i think. I mean the either clicks with me too. 'cause i think i am. I am very loud and just like very theatrical for only slightly dramatic. I wish you pump it up a little bit. Mccurry the pop up now. Tv was also just really funny. I was just like oh. My god is so cool but tv. I had to learn how to tone it down a bit be more. Quieter more intimate. Tv wasn't adjustment. But i did find light. Tv and film was much more fun for me and it moves a lot faster to them. Theater does Which i really love in a you can do more. And you can explore more and play with more carrots As i mentioned in part one it was. Actually the ceo of we audition. Darren darn borough. Who introduced me to carry. So i wanted to take a little time out to talk to carry about how she found out about. We audition what it's meant to her and how she uses this online community to further her own craft and career. yeah discover. We had nothing when they were really just the startup where they first came out. I think dare since they started. And i don't remember where exactly i was at. Maybe i saw something ally and i was like. Oh this is cool. And i got on. I started using it. And then i think darren reached out to me and then he started putting me as like a mvp and stuff like that's all became like more engaged with it. And i love we auditioned. I think it's it's definitely helped me a lot Because i would addition a whole lot in sometimes. My friends wasn't getting the same amount additions. I was getting so. I fell back accidents. To help me with an audition. They were not addition at the moment so it was great to go to this online resource to meet other actors to get their help with an audition and they had no tied to me. I guess you could say they just wanted to practice leading or scripture acting themselves and it just has been such a brilliant platform for media's in what are the ways besides just auditioning have you been able to use it. Yeah i've met with cast directors on there. They have these coffee. Our kind of sessions where you can meet casting actors for you know five to fifteen minute conversation. I've also met a couple writers on there. I also have used. It suggests like breaking down other stuff like that. I'm writing in having actors. Read it on their mind themselves like putting my stuff on there And i've also built some incredible friendships. I went to sundance last year. And i we auditioned co-sponsor to house so it allowed us premium access to like this really nice house and then a part of the package that we paid we also provided publicist which allowed us to get some more bits that we were doing and the friendships said i made within. The house was definitely like a big win. That i've now taken in so like twenty twenty one with me and i still talk with a lot of friends.
Morning Becomes Eclectic
Andrea Bocelli, Who Had COVID, Says Lockdown Humiliated Him
"From covert 19 Italian opera singer Andrea Bocelli's criticizing the government's handling of the pandemic. Here's NPR's Sylvia Poggioli. The superstar made the comments at a conference in the Italian Senate organized by opposition politicians described as covert deniers, Bocelli said of the locked out I felt humiliated and offended. I could not leave the house even though I had committed no crime. Nearby motel. Salvini, leader of the populist League party, refused Parliament staff request that he wear a mask. But Kelly's comments stunned observers on Easter Sunday he had sung at belong Cathedral in a concert for hope. In his government critique. The 61 year old confessed he disobeyed locked down rules because he didn't think it was right or healthy to stay at home at his age. In May, Bocelli announced he and his entire family had tested positive for Cove.
Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson
Trump reportedly plans to scale back on virus briefings after contradictions by health experts
"That president trump is reportedly planning to trim back the daily coronavirus briefings and that already started essentially where four on Friday he made a shorter parents did not take questions from the press walked away on Friday and then on Saturday nope no front of our house for free thing we didn't get a briefing and that began that was the first time since Easter Sunday but there was no task force
Home Fix It Show
ATLANTA WEATHER: Severe storms possible for Sunday
"It's a beautiful Saturday morning in the metro area but things will be very different come tomorrow kind of a repeat repeat of Easter Sunday but this time the severe weather shouldn't be quite as bad the severe weather threat late Sunday looks much less than the Easter weekend system with the greatest threat in middle Georgia a level one to to risk for north Georgia but check back for updates through the
Donna and Steve
Prince Harry and Meghan quietly delivered meals to Los Angeles residents in need
"Prince Harry and Meghan Markle volunteered at project food angel food the Los Angeles nonprofit that prepares and delivers medically tailored meals to chronically ill people donning N. ninety five masks and gloves Harry and Meghan dropped off a week's worth of perishable meals and three weeks worth of a shelf stable foods to twenty of the charity's clients this week project angel food's CEO Richard I you've confirmed it reports Harry and Meghan kept a low profile the volunteer twice including on Easter Sunday to drop
Trump claims he, not governors, has authority on opening state economies
"Donald trump just tweeted for the purpose of creating conflict and confusion some of the fake news media are saying that it is the governor's decision to open up the state's not that of the president the United States and the federal government let it be fully understood that this is incorrect no no that's not incorrect it is not the president's place out what I think what he's doing here is you notice he's not he's not flexing the muscle of the presidency to close down the country he's leading the governor's very close it down he's he's fighting now for the ability to open it back up because he thinks that governors are going to fight him democratic governors are going to fight him for political reasons I think that is just wrong and you know this is wrong but he hasn't been he hasn't taken that authority to close it down why is he taking that authority to open it back up because he thinks that these governors are going to you know some of these governors little one and in Virginia not willing to open up until the middle of June now maybe that's right but I doubt it yeah I know they are and I know they've closed now the schools in New York all the way toward I think G. June twenty six or something was the end of their school calendar in hand which is not a surprise in New York I mean it's gonna go on for a while there but I think Cuomo said something the effect of looking for closing the schools down that means we're closing everything down the economy's closed down until then so they're looking they are the most extreme part of this different case yeah that's a different that's a different case but you're right it's a big New York is New York yes it's gonna be it's gonna be different you know I I hope hopefully this is just a it seems like he's been holding on to this power for a while in this idea that it's kind of like threat almost ready saying if you don't handle this rationally I'm gonna step in I don't know that he has any power to step in in this situation you know certainly would be challenged and I don't know that it would be constitutional to say you have to be I don't know you overrule the states like that I don't know but he has the power to that he's obviously trying to claim it I don't know if he has I think one of the one of the best parts of the way he's handled this so far is that he's been restrained we were just praising him earlier in the show from for his restraint in trying to grapple sorts of national power hopefully he's not going down that road I don't know how you would do it you can order people to go back to work I don't even without the function of that would work you know you can say I guess you could try to threaten us a good state by saying don't punish people if they do go back to work but I don't know how you I mean I don't think our system would allow for none of this no no none of that would be checks and balances would kick in the president couldn't do that if the governor says Hey we're in a national emergency and the governor has the right their state emergency the governor has a right to declare a state emergency now that could screw with their federal funding you know but I don't think the president would do that unless it was really obvious like he's not gonna screw with the federal funding of New York why would you screw the federal funding of New York unless it was like you know we're keeping it close for the next eighteen months well okay really you're gonna keep the entire state of New York close for the next eighteen months and there are those people that are talking that way I don't think Cuomo is and I don't know any governors that are but I've heard people say you know we should be close for the next eighteen months you know we are talking about rolling blackouts for the next eighteen to twenty four and that might be why he's you know it might be if there's if Dallas all of a sudden starts to have really bad cases to close Dallas down for a little while everybody in this area stay in place you know that that's theirs I don't think there's anything wrong with rolling blackouts as long as we know what the metrics are yeah look there are certain situations that get too bad and you and you you have to do things though I just it's it's going to be interesting to see how long people can take that we keep using this eighteen months I mean you did the corona virus update there's no there's no definitive end of S. right like no not the the idea that we're gonna have a vaccine in twelve to eighteen months doctors are calling it a miracle they've never done it that fast ever they also told us very clearly that we're gonna have an HIV vaccine without all started up we never got one you know it another corona viruses the common cold you have exceeded that I know we don't these are not sure things that will ever get a vaccine I mean probably the better possibility which could provide a shorter term solution of this and is is it realistic that we can hopefully depend on would be a treatment right if one of these things like Haider hydroxy Cork what is obviously been the one talked about the most but there's lots of them there's been some positives about another one that trump is mentioned that I won't one of the anti viral things they had initially designed for HIV wound up being you know having some promising more these clinical studies as well all we need is to find something that will back it off from you know if you're in the hospital with a ten out of ten it can bring it back to an eight out of ten that's really all we need and that sort of thing I think with the with the full power of not only the United States N. you know capitalism and innovation all everybody trying to find the same thing it's really happening around the world as well I'm optimistic we'll get there eventually but it is a you know until we have that people are we can talk all we want about opening up the economy we is that if we look at these numbers like crazy all the numbers are coming out before any government bans were instituted and you saw fifty sixty seventy percent drop offs in traffic to restaurants because people didn't want to die right and until you can convince them they're not going to die it doesn't matter if you quote unquote open up the economy people don't want to go outside right now this is like you know you're not just government since doing this right you're you're gonna it's gonna take a massive and the best ad campaign of probably American history to get us to go back quickly to normal life going to restaurants going in the crowds having parties everything else it'll take a long time some people will do it but I think there's gonna be a lot of people that will stay out of the restaurants for a very very long time unless they they you know cut the you know cut the number of people in there by half or whatever and still then I'm not I don't know I'm not that comfortable I don't know you know I don't know all the people in there and I don't know who's sick and who's who's not say consider it set for a minute until you can come up with a vaccine that we won't be comfortable if you don't come up with a vaccine at least have some sort of way of understanding you've been tested and you don't currently have it or you have the antibodies when that happens then we'll start to normalize again but without those things it's not gonna be normal but we can open the economy back up more than it already is there is a great article on medium and and it was the I don't know six or seven reasons why we should open the economy first one we've already flattened the curve we've now gone from predictions of millions of deaths to hundreds of thousands and now we're predicting about sixty thousand deaths the next one is economic collapse and unemployment is destroying families this one is really really true we'll be lucky if the job losses are not twenty five million and to put that into perspective twenty five million is about the population of the great state of Texas and the great state of Texas is the size of half of the continental US and that's not I mean it's obvious going to be worse than that merry at sixteen it's it's the obviously going to be worse than so and that is that's only the ones that we're counting there are so many problems that come with unemployment the the the fact that you'll have suicides you'll have health problems you won't be able to see doctors as much all of these things that causes massive suicidal tendencies the next one we have not saturated the healthcare system in New York we came close but the rest is pretty good and the reason why we're having problems is because of PP is in and things like that if we can get the mask situation under control if you know we with the federal government ordered five hundred million masks if we can get the mask shortage under control and we can get all of the gallons and everything else that we need for the hospitals if we get the medicine that we need for the hospitals as long as we don't burn our doctors and patients out we we're doing good will be set for the next wave if we're not set for the next wave there is a problem we should be we should be working on that right now a suicide will kill almost as many people as covert aid this year and twenty eighteen there were forty eight thousand recorded suicides for but economic ruin results in a wide range of health problems suicide mental health issues loss of health insurance reluctance to visit doctors in light of the financial hardship increases in a in the substance abuse blah blah blah that is on top of the delay in nod to non covalent care SO forty eight thousand deaths in twenty eighteen how many suicides will it be this year the P. P. limited but now becoming more available and this one is the last point and I this is one I've been ringing the bell on from the beginning of this authority should show clear evidence regarding the benefits of indefinite lockdown we need to see what the parameters are what are you what are you looking for what are you looking at to make these decisions right now we know that the states have been looking at cove it now this this website that was started by a group of progressive activists who were leading a charge against Donald Trump most of the states were using that it's unbelievably flawed the numbers on cove it now are are way way way off children million dead in Texas alone ridiculous kinds of numbers the states were using that website to predict what was going on that stuff is got to stop we need to know what are the parameters what are you looking for in numbers what are the what are the things in the hospitals that you're looking for what what is the number of new infections that says okay we're probably pretty safe I'd like to have a discussion of those things in public I'd like to know what those things are that are open that are keeping us from opening or telling us we should open what are those things and are they saying are they rational and are they scientifically provable this is too big to go off of just somebody's got yeah no it's definitely true and and hopefully were at least a little bit past the top of this right I mean it the deaths dropped yesterday pretty significantly there's part of that is just record brick you know recording in that for whatever reason you know Sundays especially Easter Sunday there's you know people aren't working and don't necessarily read a report every single death if we can get past this week without two thousand over two thousand again because we've been over two thousand a couple times once or twice we get through this week without two thousand it may show that we are past the peak of this which would be really encouraging but really encouraging you know like the trade was great sample which are someone earlier from Detroit about how bad this was I mean Detroit is really in the middle of it New Orleans is in the middle of it there's several cities that are breaking out that I can be is as bad as New York obviously population wise but they are you know on the wrong side of this and it's increasing are getting worse in some cases so hopefully we can at least get past this peak and then week once we get past the like panic of this first moment there's going to be a touch of the period here coming I think to the end of the month where this sort of like organized hopefully rollout of people being able to go back and feeling that they're not going to you know get sick just by going out and doing the basic things they want to do with life hopefully that's
The Big Story
A guide to COVID-19 scams and how to protect yourself
"So I saw my family over the long weekend in when I say saw. That's all I mean. I hooked a bunch of us up to a teleconference for a little Easter celebration. So yeah I saw them and I guess I heard them to. That's it let sounds Nice. I saw a Lotta that over the weekend. I've been doing zoom calls with my family about once a week. It was my dad's birthday recently and they put the laptop at the dinner table so that I could see them all and it was kind of like I was there. See kind of kind of his good. But this is what. We're supposed to call physical distancing not social distancing because. I guess the point is by video chatting with my family. I am maintaining social connections. Yeah I mean you're still being social. You're just not there physically okay. We'll here's my mini rant about that. It is social distancing. It is literally socializing at a distance and it does feel distant. And I'm bringing this up because there is a bit of a debate around which term is proper and I wanted to quickly use this time to say before we get into the nasty scams and frauds. That are going around now that it doesn't matter what term you use here. They mean the same thing and either way. It sucks so pick your favorite. Yeah definitely You're right about that. I mean we're so fortunate to have this kind of technology right now but it's not the same thing as seeing people in real life. I mean it doesn't matter how many zoom calls you do. You can still feel lonely as soon as you log off and this is where we get into today's topic because guess what it's precisely when we're feeling those things when were scared or were lonely or missing family or even just looking for help and information. It's that time that were most vulnerable to frauds and scam artists. Who are right now looking to profit off of people's misery and fear here in Ontario on this is just one example but this weekend premier Doug Ford vowed to deal with these people as harshly as possible. There's always going to be very very few bad apples disgusting people that WanNa make make a profit off the docks of people that are dying. We ever catch him here in in Ontario Mobile. Come down on them like Like they've never seen before the full extent of the law. But here's the problem with that. It's almost impossible to catch them. And once they've got your money or your information it's almost impossible to get it back. What you can do though is protect yourself. You can know the details of the scams going around. You can know the signs of a fake and you can know how these people will pitch themselves to you and all of that will help so today to kick off week five of self-isolation right after the news. We will give you an extensive guide to keeping yourself and your information safe during all of this but first Claire as another week begins House candidate. Doing Y'all I'm GonNa Start in Quebec today where we know the krona viruses hit hard at police are investigating a long-term care home in the Montreal area. That's where thirty one people have died. Since mid March and nurses have now been speaking of describing unsanitary conditions. They say some residents were completely neglected for over twenty four hours because workers just couldn't handle the conditions and were walking off the job. Quebec's premier is promising a thorough public investigation. We'll province of Manitoba has put out a call to local businesses to make medical masks and this comes after a medical team in Winnipeg came up with a design for a mask that would be just as effective as the end ninety five so they're hoping to find local manufacturers to get on this as soon as possible because the province says. It's about a week or two away from running out of masks and other personal protective equipment well. There was a video making the rounds last week. Showing a man in an elevator in British Columbia spitting on the buttons. That man is now apologizing for what he did. He says it was the result of a momentary fit of anger from an ongoing dispute between him and the Strata Council in the building that he lives in he also says he has no health issues. No Cova nineteenth symptoms and Vancouver. Police say they are not investigating this and lastly Justin. Trudeau is one of many leaders across the country back at work today. After taking a rare day off for Easter Sunday. He did send out a written message though thanking Canadians for staying home especially during the long weekend he said by doing this Canadians or showing the true meaning of loving our neighbors as ourselves as of evening over twenty four thousand cases of Kovic Nineteen in Canada with seven hundred and sixty four deaths. I'm Jordan Heath Rawlings. This is the big story. Sam Cooper is a national investigative journalist with Global News who has looked into just about all of the scams going around. Hello Sam Hi how you doing? I'm doing all right. Where are you right? Now you in a basement An apartment somewhere no. I'm located in Ottawa. Usually I we'd be in a global news studio with a view of Parliament Hill. I'm a little bit further away at home in my home studio today as as we. I think most of us are at this point. Yes well We're all just trying to record from wherever we can But we're GONNA talk about scams today. Yes so how quickly did we start? Seeing Kovic nineteen scams from the day Canada. I had a case will I would track it back even further in my research. I think potentially be original scam as it were was started by China's government unfortunately when This virus started a roll through Wuhan China in November and December. There were some doctors that that we're trying to warn people and they got visits from police in China and said Retract her statements. Or else you'll be in trouble. Chinese state media said any rumor mongers talking about a SARS like virus will face a penalty's and that really created the conditions for a once in a lifetime health crisis to roll out and we started to see more traditional corporate scams appearing worldwide. I would say late January and in February. What did those first ones look like will they? They were very sophisticated and they played on the need. The crucial need for information and also some sort of fear and I think one of the very first engineered widespread scans we saw was sites that mimicked universities like John Johns Hopkins putting out data boards. Where all new corona virus cases were appearing everyone was hungry for that data understandably for these spoofed sites when you clicked on them. It was actually a scheme where the criminals on the other side were fishing for your personal information through your computer and that really sets the table for a a whole world of scams because once criminals have your information any number bad things can happen from there and it can lead to further scams. They're just building up their databases on how to social engineer. As as it's called a scams that work off a good knowledge of who targets are so. Give me an example. Then if you can of of what they would do once. Somebody had clicked on one of those sites and they'd mind some of their data once the criminals have your data. It can go into
Newly restored, ‘The Ten Commandments’ remains a big part of Easter viewing
"Hello sunny Hey dear how are you I'm good so it's funny there is there you mentioned Easter viewing and are you now it now nowadays we have to look at the the the chart we have to look at what people are streaming and what people are you know renting them on iTunes and such what what is the brain okay on to me the video on demand yeah yeah right and and one of the one of the big download this week was the ten commandments because everybody I assume is getting ready for getting ready for Easter you know so people are going out there to get it yeah that Passover movie and it's a path over movie that's right that's right so if you know there's a there's a there's a bunch there's a bunch of reasons but the ten commandments with the big Easter what was the classic right there which show it on on on Easter Sunday for years off the network so anyway I I I assume that that is what many many people will be watching
The Daily Boost
Take a Leap of Faith
"How are you happy Monday? Abby Post Easter Sunday you celebrate Easter and you had a very odd way of celebrating yesterday for sure I know I did. You spent half the day. Shearing Al Pack is here on the farm and the good news is we got an Easter. Easter Egg. Found one of our packers. Once we got the offer was was in fact pregnant so we have a baby on the way here in about seven to ten days. Thought you might be but now no good day. It is the daily boost from motivation to move dot com. Way Back in two thousand six crazy idea. I thought maybe I can motivate and inspire you. I thought maybe I had that that power to do that. And if I showed up every single day the least I could do is drag you kicking and screaming to life of your dreams. Maybe I can do that and so I started a long time ago and I learned something within about the first two weeks. I learned that there is no possible way for me to inspire you. That's something I can try to do. It's kind of A. It's kind of side effect of what I do if I do what I do. Some people get inspired. But really that's up to you. It's firing off a spark in your heart to get you going and we've just been doing it everyday. Sunset good heavier today my name is Scott Smith founder chief motivating officer here at motivation to move dot com. So have you noticed? There's a little bit of craziness going on in the world right now. Let me tell you about something. Successful people people that are successfully able to move their life in the direction of their of their choosing what they do every single day number. One they somehow or able to avoid the distraction of the day and there is so much of that right now and and secondly they're able to find their focus and stay on that focus. That's what you should be doing right now while it seems really crazy. During this period of unrest there's a lot of opportunity if you'll spot it but you need to have your mindset in the right place and that's what we do here on the daily boost every single Monday here on itunes and Iheartradio stitcher just pretty much everywhere done it. Since two thousand six the same thing but on Tuesday Wednesday Thursday and Friday the daily buse is still produced commercial free. Promo FOR MOTIVATION DOT com the operation reinvention show where we get together with our members and my wife. Join me on the show with the explicit purpose of saying how can we take what we have now and turn it into something much better something much different maybe than we had before Jennifer longtime? It's fantastic the daily negative email. It's the show. Prep for the for the PODCAST. I write the daily at first then I produced the podcast but a send you the daily news everyday. The daily Click is one hundred fifty character. Text message just to remind you just when you need it just when you need it most about the message of the day and it's very inspiring for fun stuff. If you would like to take advantage of that. I have cut the price of the daily a boost. Premium membership and motivation. We've come first time ever. We've gone from nineteen ninety-five fifty percent off down to nine hundred. I don't know how long we'll keep it. Keep it as long as we need to ninety five. You can keep it forever if you want to but you gotta go now and do it all right so if you like it every single day do me a favor go to motivation move dot com. We don't have a sponsor today so it's those folks who want to join us over there to keep the show going I so appreciate it. Okay with us It IS A. It's a crazy time right now. What else is going on a? He's a crazy right now and it is Monday and every single Monday since about Two thousand six. I think I've been asking. Have you done your homework? I think evolved from folks asking me to give them a challenge to give them an assignment. A lot of folks will say that when I'm done worker with them they'll say Scott. So what am I marching orders? Give me an assignment and I don't mind doing that. I guess but I also know in my case. I never need anybody to be marching orders. I get so excited I go okay. This is what I gotTa do and I go do it. And that's what I want you to get however it does help to get a little bit of a a catalyst to get you going. Doesn't it so oughta Monday when I asked? If you've done your homework I just ask. Have you sat down and paid attention to what you like? Or don't like what's going on either world that you could keep and get more of what would you like to get rid of just paying a little bit of attention now right now? During this great pandemic pause we have what an amazing time. I know. Some folks are so busy. They can't breathe. Other folks are so bored out of their mind. They don't know what to do. Some people are doing just fine. Other people can't get food. I know there's a lot going on. But if you can manage to get yourself away from distraction and focus just a few minutes on where your world is. Now yes start your world and you can expanded your family and friends and everybody start with yours and pay a little bit of attention to it. Watch what happens now. I haven't mentioned too much about my perfect week planner. I used to talk about all the time. It's at motivation to move dot com. I haven't mentioned because I thought well. Maybe it's not quite the timing but then again maybe it is now what I do every single week on a Thursday. I sit down. I plan the next week and my perfectly planner allows me to do that allows we just a look about ten days in advance and decide how I'll spend my time and my focus and then what happens is when people try to decide how I'm going to spend my time and focus for me. I say no thanks. I'm busy or you just ignore them. It's a wonderful way to go if you like it. Just go to motivation who've dot com under the resource section. You'll find it there. Try It maybe you can use it right now during this this massive shift in your life and maybe Maybe have to wait a few weeks. I'm not really sure about that but today I want to get into something. Want to revisit something that I I heard a very long time ago and I listened many many wise people. Do you do that while? Gosh I know you're listening to this show so you're starting pretty well. I A lot of wise people now when I listened to wise people. I advise this for you as well. I don't take it just like okay. Fine whatever he said that sets. I don't do that. I take it in take for consideration. See how it fits into my life and see if it works and works. I try it and if not I get rid of it. And that's all neighbor to so Steve. Harvey is Guys Very Funny Guy. You Know Steve. The comedian right and smart guy and he does a lot of personal development. Work the head. He said great success in his life. And he'll tell you the story is all about it but one of the lessons. That really got me that he was teaching. I may have read it in his book. I'm not sure exactly where this came from. But but he was teaching a lesson about being successful he said you must jump and I wanted to re visit that for you. Because maybe the timing's good for that right now. You must jump now. I've been jumping now for about thirty or forty days when this whole pandemic came down and I have a lot going on already. I said what else can I do? Is this a chance for me to shift? And Kinda Kinda hyper transport myself to another place doing something completely different or maybe some modification what I have right now. I don't even answer that is but can I do it. I have been doing it a big way. You must jump and I will tell you that in working with so many people over the years the hardest thing for me to get anybody to do his jump sometimes. The biggest jump they make is. Download the PODCAST. The biggest jump they make us maybe hire me to coach them or maybe the big ships make is not get out of bed. Not really sure about that but you gotta jump. If you want to be successful you must jump into your dreams. That means you have to understand what your dream all right. You have to take a leap of faith. You have to go for it. You have to jump into your dreams many times. We stand right there on the cliff life and we watch others enjoying the life that you really desire. Have you seen that right now? If you're looking around depending on where you are in a very odd time right now because I get it. There is some people right now that basically are sitting at home still getting paid still doing the job. Other people are out of work and starving and really scared to death. It's really hard to kind of look out there. But say you're having a rough time and you see others that are not can't have you taken to be really focused yourself on that if you're having a difficult time have you taken a minute to look beyond and say well. Who's not because I know me I'll do that if I'm having a difficult time. All look out there and say well. Who's not what are they doing? I want some of that so sometimes we can look out there on this cliff or wherever we are. We're going to go over the edge and we can look at joy what other people are doing that we might like to have. Maybe we just see the bad stuff that we don't WanNa have and and try to say what we do now. I'M GONNA stay right here. I'm not gonNA jump and I don't want to jump off a cliff anyway right. Who wants to do that? Come on or the rally is think of the cliff. Maybe let's think of as an airplane unless you're base jumper anybody who's really been successful or anybody else redefined that anybody who has been able to live the life of their choosing to choose their actions to do the things they want to do has jumped. They jumped so when you finally decide to jump. Guess what happens. Have you ever jumped of airplane? I have several times. I'm a free fall guy. I didn't go through. The entire course. Jumped UP TO INTERFERE AIRPLANE ALL BY MYSELF. A whole bunch of tandem jumps kind of get done with it. I went yeah. It's not that big a deal. I prefer to fly the airplanes and jump out of them. Which is what I did but if you ever jump out of an airplane or if you watch a video of somebody doing it what you notice the parachute does not open right away. It's kind of a takes a few seconds. Doesn't it because it has to fill with air before can slow you down? Sometimes you get around but have you seen that comes out and all said boom. It looks like well. It's not that bad. Trust me but from the ground it looks like it is shake shell over the place but when you jump the shoot fills the air and now you're floating and if you've never done that floating in the wind. I would suggest you do it. Just if you haven't done it just to experience it there is no win by the way you can't hear the win. It's dead silent. It's amazing it's so peaceful but you'd never experience that if you didn't jump in fact a lot of people jump out of an airplane or base jump. Sometimes I see them do that as well because they just want to see if they can do it. You must jump to get what you want in life. I it's GonNa fill but if you don't jump it never will. And that is. The lesson of this is program today.