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"esau" Discussed on The Bible Project

The Bible Project

07:14 min | 2 weeks ago

"esau" Discussed on The Bible Project

"There isn't time. And i knew that there wouldn't be in that's okay. The culminating chapter is about slavery in the bible. Old new testament. I am just going to tantalise readers and say and just encourage them or our listeners. Our listeners who i hope will become just say you saw offers a really justice thoughtful a perspective on slavery in the bible as we just had briefly about law enforcement and i just encourage people to take a deeper dive on. Can i say something about like. I'm assuming there there are some pastors. Who might listen to this. Yeah yes a lot. I know so part of the yet the thing about like. I want people to pull back the curtain book structures so the primary thesis of the book is the idea that that the bible has been in can be a source of hope in an african american context and idea what the different ways in which that could be true. Didn't issues we're facing today. And so it may seem like a strange question. A strange move to conclude that book with the discussion of slavery but for us. That's the question is behind so many other questions. how do i make sense. It will buy bid includes slavery. And what i want to say is. I didn't know how and i don't know we'll see how it comes out long term but when i began that chapter i didn't have a conclusion in the sense that i know how i'm going to solve the problem. It is proud of the hat to address and it was a like not an easy thing to do. As a matter of fact those who are inclined to pray. I'm gonna. i'm writing a book on paul slavery. That's going to be my next major project. Okay but i felt like you have to answer the question of the people ask. And so if you're going to engage in ministry sometimes you gotta stay the thing in his face and you gotta deal with the difficult questions in a way that includes pastoral sensitivity and kurt trusting. The god will meet you there. So when i sat down to write the contract out of them like i'm gonna. I'm gonna talk about this. This this this this contract with the new book the book about the reason why blackfoot. So when i wrote the contract for that book. I didn't have any like no chapter. One chapter was written which is a draft of the police each with chapter into them. Everything else just like a paragraph. I want to talk about this. This is gonna eat with slavery saying that part of india. We'll see it's actually the longest chapter in the book. But what i'm saying. Is you have to be able to meet the people where they are. Yeah indeed what the questions. They're facing and give them a way through it. I think ultimately ends in and doesn't settle for like trait simple enters because life is complicated. The bible is is complicated. Sometimes our answers to these questions that people post have to be complicated. Yeah it's good talking to give you the answer. That's actually not in the last chapter in the last chapter is an exercise in hope. That's the that's the that's the final chapter. Besides the bonus chapter i keep ending. It's like the people can't get off the stage three endings. But i will tell you this actually in the book and this relates to it. Yeah this is actually. We're not you build towards something. It says that the sleigh question will be with us until the eschaton therefore we must continue to read write and hope until the advent of the one who answered all our questions or rendered redundant So actually the the end of the book. The formal end of the book. Is i want us to keep reading writing and struggling until jesus comes back Who will answer the questions. And so part of what you're doing as a pastor vaca speak to the people who are pastors who are listening. You're helping the people hope until the source of our hope finally returns so if the book helped people hope a little bit more than i succeeded. Yeah let's good man isa that's really yeah That that heart heartbeat passion came came through in the book and a really moved me personally. Yeah it was so funny. It's it's funny. I don't know how much people know about. Aquidneck world works. But i was like you know i'm gonna be that'd be super christian in his book. I'm not even gonna pretend like this is not producers. Make this argument i. It's academics. i don't wanna make people to say it's not like a devotional. Yeah but i you know my faith influences the way that i read these texts and so i can't pretend like that's not there and i just wanted drive book that was just like ultimately hopeful because i felt like when i wrote it. They were just just so we like this is a season We went through a season. And this isn't just like the season of corona virus. But like i started reading the book and like sixteen seventeen. It's it's been a rough. It's been a rough season in the life of the church and had strong conviction that i need to write something that was hopeful but the book through like fifteen different titles but the one word that never left any version of was hope and isa. You also have a podcast. He told about that because these are podcast. Listeners are hungry for for more things to listen to. The disruptors is a podcast where basically is for people who are disruptive in a particular way disruptive isn't not an assistant that deconstructed for text or christian tradition brawley but because of their commitment to the scriptures. They challenge sometimes status quo. It podcast for christians who love the lord loves the scriptures and who don't always fit in because So if you if you're looking for cynical podcast you wanna podcast. Also there's gonna like you know you with daily devotions that's ninety either challenging so we had people this season we've had the cray beth more just in give me. Oh gosh so many people. I won't say the rest of the news. Those are the first three people on the first three episodes of this season so it was on last season. Good friend teach worn was on last season So there's a lot you can start. You can start at the beginning and then kind of move through. It's only like we have ten episode season so it was like ten last year like within like eight this year awesome. Yeah that's great. Thank you so much safer. Spend time yes. Thank you for All of the late nights and early hours of the morning and writing books as hard work. Thank you for taking the time to put this out there. I published my. This book is the second one. But i wrote it. During the four finished it came out during my the fortieth year of my life So those people who are feeling like you gotta get all of this stuff done now. Just take your time. It'll be maybe god did it for you when you twenty five. You probably couldn't handle it anyway. So that's good awesome louisa. Thank you for taking the time to.

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"esau" Discussed on The Bible Project

The Bible Project

09:37 min | 2 weeks ago

"esau" Discussed on The Bible Project

"Also really timely lewis in american culture right. Now this is the chapter. You do on a theology of policing So in the traditions. That i came to faith in in my early twenties. I still remember this when you want to develop a new testament theology about the christians relationship. The state there is romans chapter thirteen. And then there's the passage in. I timothy about praying for your leaders and i still remember like that was. That was what i was given the first class. And this was in chapels. So what you show in. This chapter is that that is the insufficient and not a faithful representation of the whole new testament teaching about law enforcement. So yeah unpack this chapter for us. I think the people misunderstand this chapter because there's a lot i mean everything is going on the first thing i'm trying to do is point out. How theology and biblical studies works. Everyone who trying to make sense idea clustering texts together and thinking of allied to the other. And i'm saying there's actually no real reason why we have to begin with those passages as the s the lynch which we see everything instead of doing the book of revelation let's contains a sustained political critique and how with the history of christian political theology. Be different if we send revelation in then added in romans. Thirteen not denying rumors thirteen. I'm saying the decision to say that this is the first text itself for decision because you also the entire example to the prophets right so when the prophets come to kane and say to a king you engage in the justice. You know what they're talking to the government and you know who the prophets in the old testament criticize kings not just jewish kings but also jen tower pagan kings and even in the book of daniel. Daniel seems to expect never connecticut where the story of never start. But you got to put the thing in there. So you don revelation you know in the store never condenser where he's going to go crazy if you're going to draw and we always know that story and we always say oh. I know it's about his pride. Nobody reads the bible anymore reasoning to the end. Read over to the bottom. And he says therefore nebuchadnezzar cease your oppression of the poor in it may be the guy who have mercy upon. Yeah so yes. There were. Canessa was arrogant. But it's era gets manifested itself in mistreatment of the of the of citizens y- and daniel says if you stop this maybe guys gonna have murphy pun. You never can answer. Isn't jewish. So the god expects all governments to treat people in a certain way and if they don't treat people in a certain way that he's going to bring about judgment. It's when you read the bible. What you see is got and this is the book of daniel gaza. I'm gonna take this nation. I'm going to judge this and they're gonna take this nation and god always pick it up nature's and toss nations aside so we know. Ask christians the god is always in the process of analyzing judging raising up tearing down nations we also know that the us human beings to do so from the old testament so then how do you make sense of all of those things into romans thirteen. What exactly is policy. And this is where it is both a traditional enemy traditional reading here for almost thirteen. I think paul is saying it is beyond the competence of christians to discern road. They can play in any kind of revolution so in that sense. The christmas the midst of the state. But it doesn't mean that the state is not free of judgment and so what happens. Too often submission to the state is into trust of the state were acquiescence to the state but when you actually pay attention to what the bible if we wanna say that daniel was submissive the daniel was not in some kind of proto violation of romans thirteen. Then you didn't do all of the time whenever can answer told me to do that. The josephine always do what he was told to do. We have examples in the bible. What christians did when they had no political power. Like the hebrew midwives so submission acquiesces aren't the same thing but what tends to happen. Is that when black people protest injustice We're told to submit which actually means be quiet and there is no evidence to paul means be quiet and there is no evidence that paul can even though we can't even say to god is judging a sinful nation we just can't discern the roads we planet so i am actually a an advocate of or i will not say that. Chris can claim divine justification for some violent revolution. I don't believe that. But i do believe that. The by gives four freedom to engage in a robust sustained critique. What the civil rights. We call nonviolent resistance of government in our day now as it relates policing in art to try to be really really really. Brief is very simple romans. Thirteen is the focus of romans. Thirteen is to the citizens possibility to the state submit to the state. But in the course of making that discussion paul also the responsibilities of the state to the citizen. Because he says if you've done nothing wrong then you have nothing to fear. What did that's actually. That's the only requested. African american ever had We have not. We shouldn't be afraid so in impulse articulation of like what christians should do. He's also making it clear. What the state you do. If i'm gonna democratic republic and i have a legitimate great. The state is that the sword is a source of fear. Didn't as well within the scope of the christian tradition. Me say do better. Yeah you saw that. Such a good example thinking back to the conversation a little bit ago about social location and invested readings such just that chapter struck me as such a good example of that different invested readings will read romans thirteen. I want people to understand this. This is an extra point. When paul says the emperor has to sword. He's not speaking about the emperor. Running around physically enforcing laws he is entity emperor says the policies that affect the lid experiences of the people. Those policies should not result in fear for those who are innocent. That goes from the government to the policy to the people that means when i wanna talk about transformation of the experiences of the people. I can't just simply say i want to change. The hearts is some people it. hopefully they treat me. Well actually go to the government in whatever form exists especially democratic republic change the way that the state directive soared of the lived. Experiences of people are better. that's what i think. The responsibility of the christian is in the wider context of our. I'm not an anarchist. Christians believed that the government is created. Good as he gets of god but doesn't mean that they create a good they are stewart's their stewards of persons. They don't own us. The government is being a bad steward. It's our job. I mean we tend to think of like things. Like what david did is merely a moral sin You're talking about david david. But he saw something he wanted and he took it and he took it and then he got rid of the person who could claim it back. That was his power and his lust corrupting him. In nathan says you are that man. You're the guilty one. You'd think you'd think he wasn't. You'd think it wasn't like politically dangerous thing to do to go and talk to a king essential in life. You did this and then has this important. Part that sexual dysfunction that said that assault. I'll make sure getting clear had remained vacations all the way through into the actual life of the of of the nation ultimately resulting in things like war and in division and schism in. So this oughta this stuff manifest itself and so when nathan is stepping into that world he's stepping into a politically fraught place and so this idea that the only job where the christian got sit back and pray is a sub biblical idea. It is not the entirety the christian witness seriously. Yeah thank you. That chapter is such a great example of the kind of perspective trying to offer in their ex-general claims the reason why the authority of scripture so important in this conversation is that. If i say no one can have access to this stuff. Yeah unless you're experiences said no. My pinches cosby make exodus claims but you can challenge those extrajudicial claims. So that's why i think. The sensuality of scripture allows us to have a conversation.

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"esau" Discussed on The Bible Project

The Bible Project

07:36 min | 2 weeks ago

"esau" Discussed on The Bible Project

"That train of thought it was awesome. So let's i wanna i wanna go back to what you're talking about your grandparents what they taught you to see in the bible so in chapters the book you you call this. You're trying to give voice to a tradition that you call the black ecclesial tradition. Yes so unpack y what that means what you mean by that and then second why. Why did you feel this. Tradition needed to get some new energy and new voice. You want people to hear that you don't think it's been represented you this very. This is very complicated and actually very sensitive. Because you don't wanna centralize things right but if you look at like the academy for example and you look Like from kind of the white christian tradition from left to right you can have a progressive institution to considered institutions in autumn. Were engaged in a dialogue about the nature of the christian faith. And that's fine. That's what the academy should be. And but when you look at what happened with the development of african. The african american theological tradition for variety of reasons. Mostly being the the fact that evangelical space weren't weren't really interested in hiring african americans in the fifties and sixties coming Station the people who are willing to hire african americans were from the progressive strand of of the white mainland mainly tradition which means that black theology sometimes is from the more progressive strand of the african american christian tradition more broadly and so the more moderate or traditional. There's another strain. Which i kind of get to in other parts of the book. There's also like a really conservative stranded. African american krishan it is mostly participating that it doesn't really getting involved in issues of the day is focused on like the by and by and so you see those two like traditions most clearly represented in the academy and they dialogue with one another. But there's a whole other stream of the african american christian tradition is basically orthodoxy. This theology these things at christie's always believed and it's also known for its advocacy for justice and that tradition is not often presented as vibe viable dialogue partner in the public square and so it was the tradition that i was raised in a tradition that i saw all around me and black churches and so i called ecclesia tradition. Not because no academics think that way but the it has its primary location is in churches in the sermons in the music and in the teaching ministries of black pastors. And so what. I thought when i wrote the book is it. I captured that tradition. Well black pastors would look at that and go. He got it right so wanted to say ecclesia because he was never fully separated from the church. And i say that with without making the the claim that there are no black progressive attend churches or the denied ecclesial in that regard. When we're trying to say is there. There's a distinctive ethos that i was trying to capture. Yes also contrasted that with kind of initially important part. When i speak in generalities in general the progressive tradition in in white traces have are known for strong advocacy for justice but are often revisionist on key element christian teaching and in general evangelical churches tend to be theologically traditional but very hesitant in issues of justice and so the african american comes out of the black church who maintains the sense of the bible is god's word to us for good who's also concerned for justice finds himself or herself often at vote in a variety of communities. And i said i wanted to put my finger on that. And if nf articulated that will then people would rally to it and so one of the positive response to the book because a lot of people have said i see myself in that description one of the things that's been kind of a unexpected benefit or things like even locals who are now starting to care about justice go. Oh this is the kind of christianity that i want to see. That's been there window into because other people have that same kind of disorientation where they don't fit and conduct theological camps currently exists. Yeah yeah thank you kind of. You're painting a map. A social map so to speak for of bible reading communities and i don't think people take seriously how much they are a part of a bible reading community. It has his own. Every community has his own strengths and weaknesses in his own blind spots. And so i'm speaking about my community in a way that hopefully allows you to see your community well and then the maybe through mutual dialogue. We become better readers to the bible together. So actually yeah. That's perfect to kind of next to this. And this is a deep rabbit hole in literary theory and Since i don't wanna go to deep down it but you had a good way of putting it in it's just a basic claim isn't controversial. Once you see it at work that all communities interpreting the bible are reading eh way this influenced by their social location and that can be limiting dearth that can be limiting and determine shape things that we can't see but it can also be a great asset when you get different communities sharing their unique contributions. I think people will certain people get really emotional or really worried when people talk like this because what they hear is. I can't understand the bible if i'm not black or something like that if i'm not white or i'm saying that your skin color determines bible interpretation but it's always better when things are heated to take a step back unless use an analogy. That people will understand anyone who's priest in two different churches from one from one part of the country to the other. And you begin to ask you so this is really important. So i want people to like understand the claim that is being made. Yeah when you say okay. If i live where if i if i'm pastoring to a group of young singles and i'm thinking and i have a book of the bible in front of me and i'm asking the question. How does this passage speak to the community of like this. these young singles. You'll say. Oh there's something i didn't even think about this actually in the text that didn't consider until i had that community in mind the if you look different community go. Here's another element of the text. And so what i'm saying is the community that you consider influences doesn't create things in tex- it allows you to see nuances call motivated readings in everybody's done this. Everybody's done this. And so when i'm trying to say. Is that like the idea. That i started asking myself. What does it look like to to read the bible with with the african american community in mind. I'm gonna notice something to someone who's never thought about that. Community may not consider the other thing that you can think about. Here's another example. I've always understood. The incarnation of always understood mary's done. I have a different understanding of that. Now that i've been married. And i've seen someone actually be pregnant. A watching pregnancy unfold and a birth has made me understand the incarnation better so our experiences shape the way we see things and sometimes they help us. Sometimes hinders people who come from the majority world. Talk about how materialistic american americans are and they appointed by the appointment about all the ways which we ignore the ways. The bible talks about materialism as americans. We just assume these things are normal and we hear that testimony from the global south or the global church. We receive it as a gift if that is the case..

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"esau" Discussed on Donuts and Devos

Donuts and Devos

02:39 min | 2 months ago

"esau" Discussed on Donuts and Devos

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Noah Cyrus Apologizes for Using Racially Offensive Term While Defending Harry Styles Against Candace Owens

The Breakfast Club

04:10 min | 2 months ago

Noah Cyrus Apologizes for Using Racially Offensive Term While Defending Harry Styles Against Candace Owens

"Thousand volt would address on it conservative. Firebrand candace owens who is black contrary to popular belief. She's black that made her tweet out. There is no society that can survive without strong in the east knows this in the west steady feminization of our men at the same time. That marxism is being taught. Our children is not a coincidence. It is an outright attack. Bring back manly men. Of course that made social media go crazy because not too. Many people starve to catch fish. Like candace owens okay. She really owns your soul. Because you all can't help but respond to her. Have you heard the saying he who angles you control you. Well turn that into a she and esau candidates she who angers you control you and she absolutely controls you all because she makes you also angry that you have to say something to her. She can get a rise out of any and everybody. It is truly a gif okay. She proved that yet again. Because harry styles responded to her posting pick of himself in a powder blue suit eaten a banana with the caption bring back manly men and is replied when people try to tell me. I don't have influence then. Harry styles dedicates an entire post in my tweet. She's right and that leads to noah cyrus on her i g story. Wednesday noah shared a photo of harry's thousand address with the caption. He wears this dress better than any of you. Nappy assholes now. I'm not the highest grade in dispensary okay. I'll tell you. I tell you this all the time but i thought it was universally known in acknowledged that a white person calling a black person. Nappi was a no go okay. The last time. I heard a white person put nappy in holes in the same sentence publicly with don imus referred to the mostly black rutgers university email basketball team backing like oh six. Oh seven As nappy head. Nappy headed and he got his ass. Handed him over that. Okay recipes. Don imus i think he's dead. I know is only twenty. But i find it hard to believe. She didn't know what she was saying. Okay she apologized and said. I am mortified that i use the term without knowing the context and history but i know now am horrified and truly sorry i would never use it again. Thank you for educating educating me. I in no way meant to offend anyone. I am sorry. Now here's the thing we all say things we regret. We all go too far at times. Trust me i notice is charlemagne to god talking. Okay leonard you know. I've said some wild insensitive inappropriate stuff in my day. Yes when you heard someone and i wasn't giant tension. You apologize if you didn't know that what you were saying was offensive and insensitive. You apologize but the question. I have for young. No aspires is if he didn't mean for it to be offensive. In what did you intend for it to. Okay it's hard for me to believe that you didn't know the context in history of that word. Clearly you knew it was an insult. Nappy assholes is very specific so specific that. I can't even remember the last time i used it. Nappy is not in my vocabulary. Okay maybe because i'm ball headed i don't know but i don't use that word last time. I use it out. Probably quoting stretched from naughty by nature. When i was watching them the uptown anthem video in the god said the naughty nappy. Nasty nasty trashy whole happy pappy. That's happy to be nappy happy. Belated by the way to try to turn fifty tomorrow. The story is nappy as unique. Were okay when you pull it out without. Asked the us against the black towards him in that way is kinda hard to say. You didn't know what the hell you was talking about. But i digress. Not judging you not trying to beat up on you just trying to keep you and other white folks for making this mistake see. You can't say racially insensitive things. The black folks even if said black person is someone. A particular group of black people doesn't like and black people. You may not like candace owens but she still black whether you think she realizes it so. Don't let this fly just because you don't like candace. Owens is not okay for a white person to be referring to a black woman as one nappy into a ho. please give noah styles. The biggest yaw

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"esau" Discussed on Donuts and Devos

Donuts and Devos

02:47 min | 5 months ago

"esau" Discussed on Donuts and Devos

"Trust in the lord with all your heart and do not lean on your own understanding wonderful. Thank you ms. Baker is going to help us memorize because we always like to put this song and that helps us memorize diverse. Doesn't it dr right. You guys ready all right friends. Repeat after me dress with your heart and lean on your own your own. The other and My turn or spine together and on your and a spa. What beautiful music you boys and girls may today. Thank you so much for seeing our memory verse with us and remember we do always need to put our trust in god and not lean on our own understanding trust and the lord with all your hearts and not only on your own. That's it for our show today. Be sure to join us next. Wednesday as we continue the story of jacob and follow them many years in the future as we see them fight for the families birthright. Thank you so much for listening and learning about god with us for my adult listeners..

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"esau" Discussed on Donuts and Devos

Donuts and Devos

04:05 min | 5 months ago

"esau" Discussed on Donuts and Devos

"And eternal life with christ pastor glades. Can you lead us in prayer. Certainly let's pray heavenly father. Thank you for making us heirs to the promise you made. To abraham all those years ago help us remember that our ways are sinful and help us to follow your ways though. We don't deserve it. You have chosen us in christ just as you chose jacob. Thank you for your grace and your mercy. In jesus name we pray a man in our story. Two.

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"esau" Discussed on The Holistic Healing Project

The Holistic Healing Project

04:36 min | 8 months ago

"esau" Discussed on The Holistic Healing Project

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"esau" Discussed on Just a Word

Just a Word

14:14 min | 9 months ago

"esau" Discussed on Just a Word

"And thank you for listening in today. Once again we are on the topic off. Adam have looked at ease them on our website and also on youtube on our youtube videos have looked at ease them extensively because just as it is important to know who the children of Israel are in the end. Times is just as important to know who saw is in the end time because he saw will be adversary of the children of Israel. They both complement each other and both are needed to actually see scriptures to see the Bible playing out in these times. No there are still people arguing over. Who eat them is today because eat them is hidden but eat them is plane and the easiest way to find e is through his wickedness through his trade off with NECE and in Job. Nine hundred four tells us that the earth is given into the hand of the wicked job. Nine twenty four. The Earth is given into the hand of the wicked. He covered the faces of the judges. They're off if not where and who. Easy job nine hundred to four is telling us that the wicked will have the earth throughout until the end times and he will cover the face of the judges so he will pervert justice all you need to look at is to see who is perverting. The course of justice today throughout the Earth leading through that organization called the United Nations who leads who rules that organization that Perversity Justice on the earth and twists the justice in order of the inches off the few the children of e. Dome even in this coronavirus pandemic we see it. We don't hear people heralding anything about boosting our immune system or whatever we only hear of vaccine oxygene so the justice on earth is being perverted to serve the interests of a few and these are the children of eat them so we know them by their wickedness as it says in Malachi one four whereas eat them safe we are impoverished but we will return and build a desolate places. The city who us about this shall build. But I will throw down and they shall call them the border of wickedness and the people against whom yahoo a hot indignation forever. The baller of wickedness their Barda signifies epitome of wickedness wickedness will define them. They will be known as the wicked of this earth and this is complemented by second. Ezra six verse nine with says for Easter is end of the world and Jacob is the beginning of it that follow it so in the end of the age east saw will be ruling so to find e so all we need to do is to look at those people who are ruling the world at the end of this age and who are the wicked of the world whose actions are defined by A. Wickedness. And it's not hard to see the these are the Caucasians those who originated from Western Europe especially and there are still those speaking of Western Europe. They are still those who are looking for Easter in the Arabia. Location because the here about Mon Serre and Pitcher and those places are located in Arabia so these people are looking saying. Oh no this is not the white man look at the locations and they point to different locations in scripture but we must understand. Ho Scripture plays out in the end time it will not be the location that is significant but the action's Egypt's for example Bahir prophecies of another Egypt and prophecies of on Egypt to come but that Egypt will not be the same physical Egypt Germany. Sixteen fourteen to fifteen therefore behold the days compensate. You who're that shall no more be said you who are live it. That brought up the children of Israel out of the land of Egypt. But you who I'll leave it. That brought up the children of Israel from the land of the north and from all the lands with they had he had given them and I will bring them again into their land that I gave onto their fathers. So Egypt will be the whole world through which his people are scattered likewise Babylon this prophecy of Babylon again being destroyed. It is not the physical Babylon that was Babylon is a monetary and religious system that is spread through the world right likewise east saw. It's the same thing he saw will not be defined by location we defined by specific traits and that point about e saw because we hear people arguing about the meaning of ruddy because it says he saw was ruddy and his name e Dome means read on people arguing about his complexion. He will be this and he's not the white man. White Man cannot be him because of that all of that is negated by Jeremiah. Forty nine ten but I have made east or bear. I have uncovered. He's secret places. And he shall not be able to hide himself. He's spoiled and his brethren and his neighbors and he is not that one verse tells us exactly what is going to happen with so in the end times but. I have made Isao Bear. He shall not be able to hide himself. That means he will be easy. To See is bear. He will not be able to hide himself. He would be easy to see but he's seed is spoiled that means you will be mingled with other nations on. He is not that means he will appear to cease to exist because he has mingled with other nations. He will not look the red or our whole. Expecting to look he'd be looked differently. He will not be hard to see right. He will not look like he looked before but he will not be hard to see an Ho- do we know him by his wickedness. So let us look at the record of the mingling of the seed of Esau because he are unjust a word. Our knowledge is not limited to those sixty six out those books. If you limit your knowledge to those books that are a whole lot of things will escape you one of those books that was in the original bibles in some bibles is the book of Joshua and it is referred to in scripture in the Bible. Is it not written in the book of Joshua twice that is in the Bible and so we refer to the Book of Jessica? The book of Joshua gives the account of the mingling of the seed of Esau. So let us look at it and we saw mingled. Cdc With Chit Him so let us. I see WHO IS JESSICA? Ten Verse Sixteen and the Children of him are the Rome r. m. a. m. who dwell in the value of CANEPA by the river. T Bro. This room are the romance. These are the children of Chih Tim and let us e e saw mingled with the children of Chit Jessica. Ninety verse one to ten at that time in the fifth year after the children of Israel had passed over yard after the children of Israel had wrested from their war with the Canaanites at that time. Grit and severe battles arose between them and the children of Chatham and the children of cheating fought against them and a beyond King of Chatham went forth in that year that is in the third first year of his reign and agreed with him of the mighty men of the children of cheating him and he went to fight against the children of Esau. And how did the king of Itome heard of his report and he went forth to meet him with a heavy people and strong force and engaged in battle with him in the field of them and the hand of cheating prevailed over the children of Esau and the children of Chitty slew of the children of e saw two and twenty thousand men and all the children of e solve fled from before them and the children of cheating pursued them and they reached had king of Itome who was running before them on the caught him alive and brought him to Beyond was king of him and Janas ordered him to be slain. An Hudud King of itome died in the forty eighth year of his reign and the children of cheating continued their pursuit of beat them and the them with a grid slaughter and eat them became subject to the children of him and the children of cheating. Rude over Adam and eve them became under the hand of the Children Off. Chatham and became one kingdom from that day and from that time they could no more lift up their heads and their kingdom became one with the children of Chit Tim. That is how the children of Edham became one with the Romans. Romans are the children of Chit Tim and know the Romans after that long after that established this great kingdom so after becoming one that is all their seed was mingled that is oh. Isa's seed eat emceed was mingled with the Romans. And after mingling with the Romans we know the Romans established their kingdom and the kingdom became a vast kingdom that covered most of Europe even to the British isles and so that is how eat them became mingled all over Europe all over Western Europe primarily and became one with them. No do you know the children of today physically? All you have to look at is look at the architecture in Mount Seir look at architecture at Petra. The architecture of the might just look at it and you will see it is the same architecture that is employed. Today in Britain in the United States White House has architecture. The American English stadiums built like the Roman stadiums. The homes are built the Roulmann homes even here in Jamaica. We have the same architecture. They call it the Georgian architecture that is architecture of the study. So you'll know them physically the mites the border of wickedness. There are not hard to find. The Bible tells you that they shall be called the border of wickedness and the world tells you the world is giving into the hand of the wicked so the Ricky are ruling this earth and it tells you that you saw is end of this world and Jacob is the beginning of that follows. That means he saw eat them. We'll be ruling the world today. And there is one nation of people that is ruling the world today and that is the Caucasians the western European originated Caucasians are ruling this world. Today they are the Mites the seed of eat them Arabs. Do not qualify. They are not the border of wickedness that is ruling the world. Today they are not the evil people who are running this world he saw.

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"esau" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:52 min | 11 months ago

"esau" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Relationship being restored again basically it's a two part act of exile and and redemption what you think about it sounds pretty similar to most of our own stories and also the other broken humans we read about in the Bible like the inheritance traumas of our times I have twice been tested so far have the Bible's first book of genesis has won over what they called the birthright the largest inheritance in leadership of the family that's supposed to go to the first born son so throughout this this family that were given from Abraham to Isaac and Jacob and Esau we see again broken families I mean dysfunctional families there because that's all there is is dysfunctional families is just to to to what degree does this functionality is there here Jacob and Esau twins and Jacob the younger but he stills this is brother's birthright his mom helping him because as Isaac is about to die he's asking his son he sought to make him some stoop well mom hears that because he's getting ready to blessing he saw is Isaac's favorite room his wife's favorite is Jacob so she helps make this to them you know Jacob says well my arms are hairy like my brothers well we'll put some firm your arms and I mean it's just a real deceptive to to get the blessing he winds up getting the blessing that Isaac man for Esau so he he's a deceiver and then he has to fear and run for his life because he's afraid he saw was going to kill him and as a matter of fact as he is leaving we we find out that the last time that his mother is going to see him he's married he gets tricked himself by his father in law who gives him you know it's.

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"esau" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:54 min | 11 months ago

"esau" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Home when the relationship being restored to camp basically it's a two part act of exile and and redemption what you think about it sounds pretty similar to most of our own stories and also the other broken humans we read about in the Bible like the inheritance traumas of our times I have twice been tested so far have the Bible's first book of genesis has won over what they called the birthright the largest inheritance in leadership of the family that's supposed to go to the first born son so throughout this this family that were given from Abraham to Isaac and Jacob and Esau we see again broken families I mean dysfunctional families there because that's all there is is dysfunctional families is just to to to what degree does this functionality is there here Jacob and Esau twins and Jacob the younger but he stills the his brother's birth writes his mom helping him because as Isaac is about to die he's asking his son he sought to make him some stoop well mom hears that because he's generated blessing he saw is Isaac's favorite room his wife's favorite is Jacob so she helps make this too and you know Jacob says well my arms are hairy like my brothers well we'll put some firm your arms and I mean it's just a real deceptive to to get the blessing he winds up getting the blessing that Isaac man for Esau so he he's a deceiver and then he has to fear and run for his life because he's afraid he saw was going to kill him and as a matter of fact as he is leaving we we find out that the last time that his mother is going to see him he's married he gets tricked himself by his father in law who gives him you know it's not the wife he.

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How COVID-19 Is Taking Us Back to the Core of Training and Human Movement

Just Fly Performance Podcast

07:34 min | 11 months ago

How COVID-19 Is Taking Us Back to the Core of Training and Human Movement

"Jeremy. Good to talk to you man. I feel like we talk about youth sports a lot and what would happen. I think about what happened if there was a big just atomic bomb so to speak dropped on the youth sports industry and it had to kind of restart from the ashes and on some level. Maybe were were there at least for the time being. But what do you think about that stuff with how kids are? What's what's what's happening in the level of kids in play right now with all that. Yeah well I think that you're stuck. You're stuck at home. You're stuck in your neighborhood and even are not even allowed you know. The kids are excited to be at a school right. You can't go anywhere you can't go to anyone's house you can't go on you know go play with any kids are not a close anyways so as we were saying before it's like. I think the one of the things that kids are doing a lot of that. I've seen it might have been doing it as ride bikes. You know because you typically away from each other. You're not too close not jumping wrestling like that. So I think that's one those things that You know we've talked about this before two things. The kids used to do that. Don't do anymore and this is one of a ride. Bikes is sort of like brought back from the ashes. Which is which is nice to see any other thing like we've been. We've been playing a lot of wiffle ball stick ball you know any of those games. We took the dog out the other day. I had up by one of my sons aluminum bat and I had aluminum bat. And we're GONNA tennis ball back and forth down the down the street to each other while the dog ran in the middle. You know what I mean. That's typically. He's at baseball practice or or or basketball practice. We even die. I don't know if you see my video but I we moved the We have a trampoline at our house and we moved the basketball hoop over above the trampoline. So that gets throwdown dunks and and play different games inside the inside trampoline which is pretty awesome too. So I know someone's going to get their hands header with gotten these days but still I'm worth I'll take that chance. Yeah they're gonNA be one of those youtube videos were like they're they're gets caught at their hanging upside down when I went out Saturday night my youngest son see seventy was like just hanging on the red after a dunk thinking these lebrons so you know it's keeping them busy and to keep it a move in and that's we need right now for sure. Yeah and it's going back at. Ci taking kids out of organized sports for the time being going back to the the fundamentals of everything the thing they probably should be doing more of right now anyways then I I like CR- with riding bikes to it. Just makes me think about all the all the creativity that comes out when kids ride bikes to you know you're coming. You're find different ways to go off curbs and and you know get around and then there's you know even though it's a bike and that's not necessarily running on the ground there's still. There's so many things that are happening. That are really exciting. Yeah Yeah for sure. There's a lot of like you know those those those little skills that you don't even think about like dynamic balance and and you know being able to like lateral balance. That's one of those ones right like side like you get you get good even like when you try to accelerate your like believing that bike like side to side while you're driving your feet it's route. I always loved how that looks when you see like Bmx guys racing stuff. So in of course the first thing my kids one of my kids did is the ramp who is that. They took their bike out. So everyone's riding down a little hill in China hit the ramp and jumping off the ramp and obviously someone falls right. Got To get up and scrape it off and stuff like that so but it's Yeah I feel like silver lining. I guess some of the things that are happening because of what's happening in the world where we're having to go back to things that that we did when we were kids you know so. It's it's exciting for I. Guess but I'm still not easy like my kids. Still my kids still have chromebooks and then they still WanNa go on there and and spend a Lotta time doing that. Stuff for playing. Ps four and all that but but You know that's one of those things where we have to deal with that to work around it yet. Yeah no I hear you. It's definitely a little bit of a balanced specially this age. But I I'd seen someone else posts out on social media. They said both for the first time in forever whatnot. I've seen Esau kids playing like in the neighborhood or something like that and I mean people like even just so many people who walk through my neighborhood as well you know what I mean just that I don't normally see just out for walks and trying to get outside Nocco stir-crazy inside their house so there was like two ladies walking around on Friday night at. They both had glasses of wine. Just walk into the streets hysterical hub. Jerry you had posted something about and I'm not too familiar with Something I I. I'm assuming someone had a more formal like he's pushups or like. Get your sweat on for kids. Type training thing you posted and versus as we've been talking about just kids playing and doing doing stuff right and so tell me a little bit about that in verse so that have been tallied versus some of the year. What your kids are doing. I think you ought to fund story to about your son had to run up the stairs and touch the various like furniture in a room and come back or so. Tell me about a little contrast between that type of mentality and then what you're doing so I think that it's not. I'm not trying to blame anyone but I think like you know. Probably some parents are adults. Think like Oh you know I do. This type of this type of exercise is good for me. It's probably good for kids and while moving is great for kids the only mean they don't respond or really care or have like the maturity to understand what exercise really is you know what I mean. They only movement they know games. They know things that engages them. It makes them happy. You know what I mean so I think that I think that trying to force them to do. Exercise is because you do it in or I should say an adult. Does it You Know I. It's obviously yeah. Movement is great but there's better ways in it's better ways to engage kids in there's better ways to get them to love movement that rather than get him to force them to do exercise in. It's like everybody way program. It's gotta be like just like you got to the ideas like to be out of breast while if you want kids to be out of breath outside play game of tag or play a game of hide seek or you know. Play a game of like a chase. Where like you have to run down. Play pickle those games kids have fun. There's objective they can they? There's A. There's a goal you know you've got to be safe for. You're going to be out you know there's things like that that they totally grasp and understand And so that's why I think those type of activities are so much better than just can't get the try to exercise you know. Obviously there's a point where a kid probably can exercise like I have a son that is He'll be thirteen in in a month right and he the day he was. He didn't WanNa go outside. Blais you know play with younger kids so I was like. Why don't you go downstairs in? You know go get a workout in. So he went out and did like you know thirty seconds so lunches medicine lamps and you know he did some he doesn't care about swings and things like that so he's sort of getting making that transition whereas like my younger my youngest son you know. He'll he'll plan a trampoline. He'll run around. He'll ask me to make him an obstacle course. Who WANNA wrestle? Daughter judge gymnastics so I brought home some gymnastics mats and she does cartwheels and flips and things like that. You know what I mean. So I think that's where you got to try to find movements and exercise and activities. That kids enjoy. That will lead them to do more than you know. Up Thirty minutes sweat of a body

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Harvard Professor's Arrest Raises Questions About Scientific Openness

Short Wave

10:37 min | 1 year ago

Harvard Professor's Arrest Raises Questions About Scientific Openness

"So it's May of Twenty fifteen. And a researcher named Chichaou. Shing is at his home near Philadelphia. She is a physicist at Temple University who studies SUPERCONDUCTIVITY SPECIAL MATERIALS. That can sometimes lead electricity flow through them with no resistance. There's a ton of applications for it and all of a sudden there's a knock door very very loud and urgency rental open the learns Esau arm agents outside and pointing their guns to my wife and daughters into an Tokyo in Hong Cups and I had absolutely no idea why okay. So why was he arrested? Like what was going on what the. Us government accused him of sharing a special piece of equipment with researchers in China. But here's the thing he did. Do it prosecutors. Were confused because well it turns out. Superconducting technology is just really complicated. But what about the idea that he was helping? The Chinese developed superconducting technology. Just in general. Well Dr she says sure. He works with scientists in China all the time and sometimes he spent summers over there doing research with them. But as you know Mattie one of the basic pillars of fundamental research is openness nothing. He shared was classified or restricted in any way. Qadam ICK espionage. It's a contradiction me. Everything we are doing is fundamental research. There's nothing to steal can. Just sit there and read your paper and sure enough about six months after this whole thing starts. The charges are dropped against doctor she. The government admits he's done absolutely nothing. Wrong I mean honestly it sounds like he just had collaborators which is like a major thing in science unless there was some weird money. Thing being exchanged or going on this is what scientists do. Yeah I mean. They're technologies that are restricted for example stuff to do with rockets that could be used in missile development say. The government has very strict rules about sharing that kind of information but generally scientists open collaborations. Happened all over the world. The thing is China is getting a lot more scrutiny. These days so fast forward to twenty eighteen attorney general. Jeff sessions is really concerned about the theft of scientific knowledge and intellectual property by the Chinese so the Justice Department launches what it calls its China initiative the goal is to crack down on the transfer of US knowledge to China and in the academic community the focus. False really quickly. I'm one program in particular. It's called the thousand Talents Plan. So our understanding is that originally. The purpose of the thousand talents program was to reverse the brain drain. That's Michael Lower. He's deputy director of extramural research at the National Institutes of health. And he's the main guy at NIH dealing with thousand talents. When he says brain-drain an example of that is like scientists. Go abroad to study and then end up staying in whatever country instead of coming back home. Exactly the Chinese government wanted to bring back outstanding scientists to China so as to develop their science and technology and the way the Chinese government does is by offering money so researchers set up labs in China and they spend at least part of their year over there Doing their work in exchange for grants and expenses paid and the program grew pretty quickly to include non-chinese scientists as well right and I think there are these kinds of programs in other countries to yeah. It's not uncommon. Canada had something called the one hundred fifty research chairs. I mean. That's kind of the less ambitious Canadian equivalent. Chevy Sega but with lower says is the thousand talents program has gone too far in the real problem from his perspective is that in a number of cases researchers are not telling their home universities or the. Us government for that matter about Chinese funding and not disclosing that Chinese funding. That's what's actually against the law. Exactly the types of behaviors that we are seeing are not subtle or minor violations What we're seeing is really quite egregious and that brings us back to Charles Lieber. The Harvard Chemist We were talking about earlier. Who is arrested back in January the complaint alleges Doctor Lieber signed a contract with the Chinese University in Wuhan and was paid to fifty thousand dollars per month plus up to one hundred and fifty eight thousand dollars in living expenses and awarded more than one point five million dollars to set up a research lab at the Chinese school and work there on researching nanotechnology that is a lot of money. Jeff that is like ten post docs full of money. At least I love that. Your brain calculates prices in post is seen but the bottom line is. It is a lot of money in the criminal complaint. Alleges not only did he get all this money. Lieber lied about being part of the program to Harvard to the NIH in the Department of Defense. Which together we're also giving him many millions of dollars in research money. I should say Lieber attorneys declined to comment about this case. They didn't WanNa speak to me but Mike clower from the NIH says there's a larger pattern here other scientists have done the same and it's a real problem. Collaboration does not involve offshore offshore bank accounts. collaboration does involve undisclosed cash payments. It does not involve undisclosed employment agreements or undisclosed contracts. It does not involve double dipping. Where a person is being paid salary to work in China and to work in the United States at the same time several scientists and other institutions have been fired over this he says the NIH is currently investigating around one hundred eighty other scientists. He thinks this is a systemic problem. So if these cases involve lying failing to disclose information which we do know is against the law. Why are scientists doing this? It's a really interesting question and I don't have a great answer as I said. Liebers attorneys have declined to speak to me In other cases other scientists who've been fired don't talk to the press generally now lower says. In some cases the thousand talents contracts scientists sign actually come with a nondisclosure agreements. So they're actually told by the Chinese not to say anything which is illegal but there's also more going on I mean it may be then some cases they fear if they disclose money from the Chinese. They are going to get more scrutiny on their work and then something else to consider is the possibility of just plain old greed the criminal complaint against Charles Lieber alleges and I should say alleged here that he was receiving cash payments from the Chinese. That some of this money was just coming straight up cash. Okay so the sounds problematic for sure but is it espionage. Maybe I have like an outdated old timey spy version of espionage but it doesn't necessarily feel like that to me no I mean. It isn't really espionage. I think it's really important to say that. Lieber isn't technically being accused of espionage. The government this is about the money and I think it's very telling the US government's going after the money rather than transfers of technology like you remember that superconducting case earlier. It's really hard to tell of. Someone's doing something illegal when they're collaborating scientifically and that's also got some people wondering whether these sorts of cases really deserve criminal treatment so frank who is somebody I spoke to. He's a professor at the University of California Hastings College of Law and he tracks these espionage cases and says arresting people for issues around what they disclosed for their grants. It just feels heavy handed to him zone. The past if there was a problem somebody would talk to you. Maybe you would face disciplined from your employer but you wouldn't face being fired and going to prison and having your name dragged through the mud as a spy in fact the same day. Lieber was arrested the Justice Department announced the arrest of two Chinese nationals. They say had lied on visa. Applications and illegally transferred biological samples. These aren't exactly the same kind of case. But you know it's the same general flavor. It sounds like a lot of people who have been accused are Chinese nationals or ethnically Chinese. Does we think that racism plays a role in this well would midst. There are some real espionage cases that involve Chinese people and they have been convicted. But they're sort of larger tone around all this. It sounds very familiar to him. No matter how assimilated. You are no matter how much you think yourself. I'm an American just like any other American winner of Chinese background. There's that risk always that people will look at you and suspect you're actually communist agent now. I should say. Us officials categorically denied. This has anything to do with race. I interviewed Andrew Leveling the federal prosecutor. Who ARRESTED LIEBER? And he said this if it was the French governments that was attempting to steal. Us technology in a massive decadelong campaign. We'd look for French people. But it's not it's the Chinese government and he actually points to the Lieber case as an example of how they're willing to prosecute anyone they think is broken the law by lying but even if the government doesn't think it's racial profiling it's definitely having an effect on the Chinese research. Community your remember. Chichaou shing the researcher who was falsely accused that we talked about well. I asked him. Does he still work with colleagues? In China. The short answer is yes but the more Ah Longer answer. Is that to my research. Now is much much smaller than used to be. And that's because he doesn't want to apply for federal grants anymore. He's afraid he'll do something wrong so every time I do all this conflict of interest floor alright to all these Grant applications and check boxes and also I I I I shake I I. I'm scared that if anything I didn't do exactly accurately I could be in

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"esau" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"esau" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"Is you have to have somebody around you that had the nose mostly for us <hes> biblically speaking and we're looking at a <hes> <hes> biblically speaking boys. This is just this age right was why jesus call it. This age in this age will leave and there's another one just on the other side. What is diverse you read last week. More challenged talked about. We're all like grass. We know which people somebody said. What did he mean because they didn't. You didn't really explain the concept which i just surprised wither either all right. We're just we're all humans are like a blade and grant. I mean you come up. It's there went to go so it was over my favorite ranch. You do the fails. When you talk about what you don't have a watch and you talk about the different times. It is daylight dart sun ra's. Does it alleviate stress when you say i'll see about sundown. You're not waiting on the minute the sun down a little time factor so i'm not holding you to the exact setup that is light. When i'll i'll call at what time only meeting you know go duck and then he'll say by the hour four daylight because a lot of people would be like doing it was when whenever the sun is coming up. You need to be a year an hour before that attack but i guess that's a different kind of language. Whether problem is we're going by the laws. Also you have to know the minute. You know when we're in the bland. Somebody's gotta be saying i realized one day essay lamb doesn't affect you. There's less stress if if you go by math to right now mid morning right. Wait a little bit. It'd be mid day the dennis after dinner dinners what we call it. It's time and after so funny because you feel what time it is and he just as far away as this something fun to if you didn't have a clock you wouldn't know i've never been to watch us pretty because the first thing i do in a wakeup is looking at a clock. I'm trying to figure what time is well. That's why when i when y'all were y'all upon the our pontificate in about maybe not normal then it then it occurred to me. I started looking in ways. I wasn't normal than watch saying come up the time count. Maybe a little bit hyper mobile off on something lybia not no no. You're a lot more than half so jacob and esau to me is the big point out of their lives as this jacob turned out good but it took him a while the name jacob means deceiver and the way he went about he stole by the way he selves birthright and his blessing yeah. They tricked him. They wore like a sheep's other way out your goat's hair all the characters of the old testament and we're looking at the seed line jesus coming through in the story unfold on how jesus ended up based on genesis three fifteen somebody born of a woman and would would crush satan you look at all these characters would gel agree that that god took pains barmaids sure he sure that everyone presented all of the patriarchs of old the men of faith the righteous all of them it does show out from the the first is their flaws yeah it does god does show even with righteous men the hall of faith you know and you have all these names. Hey geno starting with abraham. You know no eight a m alway through. Were you say but god did show them all of them. Were they made mistakes. I think that's the hardest principle to get over 'cause like when i first heard this story i was so disappointed because as a hunter and outdoorsman i wanna diesel to be the good to again. I don't like jacob mr hanging around a._f._l. Yeah i'm basically from this for me so getting act. I said well. I better shut up but here's the point god knew the heart for the whole time this is this is a great picture of god how he's outside out of our purview at history because we look at a scenario like this and it was unfair what happened he so it really was now part.

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"esau" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"esau" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"If he had a sister that lost her husband you got more but the idea was glimpse of the patriarchal systems exactly it also shows just personalities because like you said he <hes> you know jacob hung around the tents which i guess would be like the mall of the and here's easel out in the woods to kind of kind of a crew suburban type. That's right right yeah all the time. There would euro their brothers hunt. They assume we all duck on like i._d. Jacob button was not roaming around out in the wild and the most but it's like aren't look at our look at all. The four brothers yeah well. I duck on every day i have since i was eight you go. Saum willie goes once a year. Maybe only only if we're family yeah by main now willie's into deer hunting but still i mean i not a man will is not a man of the open country what kind of mall romer myself jacob in a family sows tagline because shaved and bathed and but it gets me back to you know when you have kids got three three kids not counting the ones we've acquired an adopted or whatever but they they're also totally different front. There's no manual. I mean you just can't believe it. I mean not my two oldest. Boys are the exact opposite i mean. One of them is very quiet. Very you still very reserved. Model one is allow. Jason is historically. It is what it is is just is what it is but god god works in those situations no matter what it is okay so god gave the glance because when they were in the womb by the way for they were born you know she's failing them rachel. Oh is she's failing him wrassling around there and a rebecca film rattling around there and he says that's like two warring nations because isao was gonna follow the same path hat just meal in the mites was his lineage when they were some bad hombres same deal so they were thorn in the flesh for israel so it's the same kind of thing going out as it's not just them and the way they were win their their patronage went through in their their their legacies. He sows was not good. It was the people where they had a lot of problems. You know it really went back to his base there so so. I said he gets a birthright. The saying that he gets is a blessing and the blessing would come from the patriarch at the the end of his life. That was the idea that you know just like we would do now like if you were at the end of your life and we came in you know it's been a good run and you and you were to say you know you boys. You know i want you to carry my legacy. You would bless us in the sense that we're not caring your torch so that was the two things will force him for never had that meeting yet but we haven't had it. They get down to it. We make me feel. I'm seventy three lack. <hes> running out of time both looked looked at what we've never had. I've never owned a watch and somebody overton jacob and esau. Somebody says how come you never owned a watch and i said i don't want to see it happen time passage. I'd rather not see it so i'm oblivious to time won't threaten me start dating everything thank you out of time earned the problem..

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"esau" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"esau" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Not at all Terry it's something they they wish would not be happening east of the Rockies dogs with us in New Jersey Douglas go ahead yes good evening gentlemen was the yet I was considering the fact that what do you think about big foot being a shapeshifter and number two earlier I'm not quite sure who brought it up about shapeshifting being in the Bible I know in the book of Enoch that that he not suppose we had a brother Esau who was said to be at times he would undress and it would be covered with hair and he would go and hang with the animals and the professor and the far as some preferred the company of animals in the forest the Bible again just another story of many in the Bible John yeah that's a good point actually glad you brought that up because the book of Daniel has the story about the king that the cadet never could damage or I can there is never a condenser yeah that we can answer who apparently for not not following god or following his directions was turned into some kind of a beast and the Bible says something like he won about on all fours he was eating grass he was covered with hair it almost sounds like a wearable so yeah they said that there is certainly more the Bible Saddam Hussein thought he was the reincarnated Nebuchadnezzar what's that say Saddam Hussein thought he was the reincarnated Nebuchadnezzar yeah absolutely and then the we he was talking about big foot should write anything so stupid foot I I'm not a big foot another cryptologist or anything but I but I do think that the foot from what I've read I just think it's some type of a of a scripted that we don't know yet I'm not sure that it ships I've never heard of that shifting or anything I believe it's a some kind of a a species or something that we just.

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"esau" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"esau" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"You did an excellent job Esau way. Thank you says about a write that number down. If you get to the polls tomorrow. Don't get weary in well-doing. George. It can be a different place tomorrow by this time tomorrow. All will be over except the shouting. This time tomorrow, we will either elect the first African American. Roman governor of any state. Oh, we will do like we did on Sunday morning. We set our clocks back. My one hour. If you all don't get out the vote, we're going to sit Georgia back about forty years. Get out. Vote. Now, let me tell you. Now, I'm gonna be y'all with this now. I'll tell you about the creek don't rise in and all that at the lab word, but don't you lose your mind tomorrow over politics? Let me say that again, don't you lose your mind tomorrow? Over politics, regardless of what the outcome is. We've been here. Two Republicans we've been here through Democrats, we been through his shadow slavery been here through Jim crow, and we're gonna be here at the all of this other stuff is over. We ain't going nowhere. Like it. A not we are here to stay. Period. But here I gotta get outta here. Thank you for keeping tighter. Right. I'll see you tomorrow, Lord, willing and the creek don't rise go vote get show. Invoked. Get yo. Out and vote. In these streets. Piece. God bless America..

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"esau" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"esau" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"That there was something to think about here is i was reading year many years ago in bury lopez's arctic dreams and in the epilogue to the book he's hunting walrus with alaskan natives though he's actually in russian waters and they're slaughtering walrus on the ice and the smell of blood and gunpowder are still lingering in the air and lopez doesn't get into it what do you lose to the reconciliation or the need to reconcile jacob and esau or this reconciliation that occurs i remember thinking like what's that so i go look at the story of jacob and esau which i interpreted i've been told by people that it's not i entered it to be a story about hunters and non hunters i'm gonna tell you like my understanding of that wanted to get a i want to touch on nimrod to who i wasn't even aware of okay but jacob and esau here's his mother she's pregnant with twins and the first baby passes out and it's hairy covered in hair and clinging to his ankle is a fair baby the hair covered baby that comes out i e saw and the fair non harry baby the comes out clinging to his ankle is jacob isa becomes the hunter he's a savage and he hunts with his bow east all the hairless one is an agrarian oh sorry jacob the hairless one becomes a farmer the there father likes wild game an often sends e saw with his bow to go scrounge him up some wild game and isao being the eldest is entitled to the birthright.

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Malaysia's Najib Takes to Social Media to Defend Record

BTV Simulcast

01:17 min | 2 years ago

Malaysia's Najib Takes to Social Media to Defend Record

"Latin america's largest economy the firm has lost thirty four billion dollars market value since the strike began last week and shortages of food and fuel have shut airports schools and businesses the bank of england is denying a rift with the uk treasury that's after the financial times said deputy governor for financial stability john condliffe had fallen out with the treasury over concerns it would give away regulatory control after the european union rejected the uk's original proposal however a b o e spokesman says there's no truth in the idea of a policy split malaysia is scrapping the plan kuala lumpur singapore high speed rail line to help revive the country's financial health new prime minister mahathir mohamad says he's canceling the projects that was signed under the administration of his predecessor now geographic mahadzir says his decision is final and accepts that malaysia will have to pay contractual penalties for axing the deal and billionaire french businessman surged esau has died at the age of ninety three he inherited an aviation empire from his father marcel who designed planes in world war one and expanded into real estate auction houses and the media now staunchly conservative docile rebuffed efforts by president mitterrand's to nationalize.

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"esau" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"esau" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

"Kill those babies any wrong he wasn't even there so you just fucking kill one point seven million babies and and and he didn't even get to the point they were trying to there are some that we you know drinking never seen you so yeah no kidding right i i've been i've been sober since november twentieth of two thousand sixteen really yeah you packed it in i had to why you as a entertainer and as a drinker from time to time you might get carried away yeah you know what it is i don't believe i'd have an alcohol correct way to put it okay i it's a problem and esau in business that what happens is so i don't think i'd be a full blown alcoholic if i was an accountant because i wouldn't be showing up to work all day with full by and like people encouraging me to drink i think it's very difficult now industry if you wants to buy drinks everyone wants to fucked up yeah and wasn't it better when you were just a little bit famous when you were a little bit getting wasted was great because a fatah didn't matter when they was nothing to lose that when you're actually famous people are are was rice with fluffy ours rice with argue this now it's like i go to a strip club because some fucking take a picture me having a lap dance is i feel like like they manifest you get the fun goes down gilded cage in public places in private come on we have a wonderful art houses yeah.

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"esau" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"esau" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"The side of that collapsed pedestrian bridge in florida miami dade police director wine peres thanks dna may be needed to confirm some victims identities along with fingerprints and family photographs he says the thirties are trying to remove the vehicle still trapped since the collapse on thursday is going to be a long process we've been saying that from the beginning because the amount of weight and the size of the of the structure officials say two days before the collapse and engineer left a voicemail saying some cracking had been found at one end of the stand however the voice mail to the florida department of transportation wasn't picked up until after the collapse i'm mike hampton the trump administration may be ready to name a new candidate the head of the centers for disease control correspondent linda kenyon reports political reports the leading candidate appears to be robert grid field and hiv aids expert at the university of maryland medical center redfield would replace former cdc director brenda fitzgerald she resigned earlier this year after it was discovered she had traded in tobacco stocks while running the cdc redfield co founded the institute of human virology at the university of maryland he also served on president george w bush's advisory council on hiv aids linda kenyon washington russia's central election commission says its website was the target of an unsuccessful hacking attempt during today's presidential election a government official says it was a bdo esau distributed denial of service the temp track to computers in fifteen countries such attacks are rather common more than twenty five thousand people fled series besieged eastern region in a single day the departure tens of thousands who left in the past several days as rushing back syrian.

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