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Evangelism on SermonAudio
"esia" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio
"All right, so Dan asked me to breach several weeks ago. And give you a little background on the ground. So usually the outside preachers are going through the Somme. And the next song is psalm 38, which Brian read for us. And so I spent about a week probably in psalm 38 looking at that. And it's a bleak. Passage to say the least. You know, I was struggling getting excited about it. And but I was going to do it because all of scripture should be preached. And we are blessed with elders and others who preacher that are willing to preach all of scripture, no matter how hard it is. And so I was diving into this and I got to admit, I wasn't excited. Do you ever listen to the preachers that bring lots of good news, happy thoughts, and they skip the other stuff? I could easily be that. That would be my band. But Dan threw me a bone. A week later, he comes to me and he says, hey, how about Isaiah 40? Would you do that? And I look at Isaiah 40 and I'm like, yeah, I can do Isaiah 40 because not only did he throw me a bone, but threw me a bone that had a lot of meat on it, okay? Easy meat, okay? This is actually a bone that is probably still in the cow. It is so much neat on this Isaiah 41. So I went from looking at stuff like your arrows, pierces me deeply in your hand presses me down to comfort, yes, comfort my people, okay? So there's the heart of my message coming to you. This is where I'm at. And so. I wanted to give you that little bit of background. So you could understand how joyful this message is. So with that, well, let's go to the lord and prayer. Heavenly father. Lord. Your word is so rich. Lord every piece of it. Lord, let us look at these words. From Isaiah, lord you gave to the prophet, the lord, you've given to us lord not as a history lesson, but lord, as an understanding and a revelation of who you are. Lord, let our hearts take these words. Lord and not turn them into some action that we can be proud of, but lord that the spirit would work in a lord that we would turn them into your glory lord that we would see your glory shine through them because that is their purpose. That is their true meaning. A God who is so far above us. And yet lets us come and sit with him and worship him or thank you for that as this message comes lord, let it truly be you. In Christ's name amen. Hit a little bit of background in Isaiah. And at this point, I kind of feel like, for those of you who have been here for a while and done a Wednesday night with us for how long were we in Isaiah. I feel like I should just say Justin, can you recap Isaiah for us? And I bet he could do it. So Isaiah is it's not exciting for a matter of fact. Of psalm 38. Chapters one through 39, okay? It's somewhat of a bleak thing. I mean, just to start out and Isaiah, chapter one, just starting the vision of Isaiah, the son of Amos, which you saw concerning Judah and Jerusalem in the days of esia, jotham ahaz, and hezekiah kings of Judah. Hero heavens and give eero earth for the lord has spoken. I have nourished and brought up children, and they have rebelled against me. The ox knows its owner and the donkey it's master's crib, but Israel does not know my people do not consider. Alas inflammation. A people laden with iniquity, a brood of evildoers, children who are corruptors. They have forsaken the lord. They have provoked anger the holy one of Israel. They have turned away backward. So this is the flavor of Isaiah. Most of the way through Isaiah up until. Chapter really about chapter 35. It starts, there's still some bleak coming, but up to 39. So in chapter 6, I got to tell you, I associated well with Isaiah in chapter 6, Isaiah gives his account of his calling to be the prophet and chapter 6. See, he recognizes he's in the presence of the lord, just okay, so every once in a while, my Sherman study feels a little bit like a pinball machine. You throw the ball up there and it bounces around a little while until you get to settle back down, okay? So every once in a while, I'm going to bounce. So right now I'm going to bounce. I'll try to warn you, but I can't promise. So I'm going to bounce. So in the song, beautiful tune Al should die. We sing it occasionally. Some people pick it quite frequently. And the song L should die. It talks uses the word add a 9. And when Isaiah inverse one of chapter 6 says he is in the presence of the lord. That's the word adenine. Now, the significance there is ad and I is translated as O lord. And what that means, so we have almighty. We have so many names for God, but Adam and I is O lord. So that is a term that comes out from us to him recognizing his sovereignty. We would say O lord because he had sovereign over us. We would recognize his lordship. And so that's Isaiah right here. Isaiah says he is in the presence of the lord at an eye. So he's recognizing God sovereignty and his lordship. Then he gets to hear the Sarah from choir. He recognizes his unworthiness in that, says his lips are unclean, but then a live coal is put on his lips, and it is told him that his iniquity is taken away and his sin is purged. Okay? Then God asks, who will go for us? And Isaiah see volunteers. She says, here I am. Sin me. And then God gives him this message. Keep on hearing. This is the message that he, the start of the message he is to bring to Israel at this point. So, okay, I'm going to go now, God says here is your message to Israel. Keep on hearing, but do not understand. Keep on seeing, but do not perceive. Make the heart of his people dull and their ears heavy and shut their eyes lest they see with their eyes and hear what their ears and understand what their heart and return and be healed. So he is actually giving a message of Israel's got a hard and hard and you can go tell him they've got a hardened heart. And so his message to them is they've got a hardened heart. So that is going to take us this message of a hardened heart and judgment to come and judgment that's at their doorstep and we see that judgment up until.
"esia" Discussed on UN News
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. UN humanitarians on Friday said that they were urgently ramping up efforts to provide vulnerable children with specialist and psychosocial support, amid tremendous mental health needs, and other dangers linked to the Russian invasion. Aaron Greenberg, the UN Children's Fund, regional child protection adviser for Europe and Central Asia, said that the agency was anticipating numbers in terms of all forms of violence against children to be in the tens of thousands, before the 24th of February, Ukraine's orphanages boarding schools and other institutions for youngsters housed more than 91,000 children around half with disabilities. Today only around one third of that number have returned home, including those evacuated from the east and south, mister Greenberg said. If you start doing the math, there are children who remain in institutions who were not evacuated either internally or externally, and there are children in foster care families whose payments were temporarily interrupted. And there are children in guardianship arrangements, a significant number. So the number of children in need who are vulnerable pre crisis and who's now vulnerabilities have been accelerated is incredibly high. Throughout Ukraine, UNICEF has 56 deployed mobile units to provide specialized health services to traumatize children. There are also 12 dedicated violence mobile teams in the east where fighting is ongoing, and these units have worked with 7000 cases of specific violence involving women and children. Staying with Ukraine and its impact in Africa is likely to be significant and worrying. UN development experts have warned ahuna esia Conway, director of the UN development program's Africa bureau, told journalists in Geneva that the COVID-19 pandemic had already created immense discontent across the continent, tens of millions of people have been pushed into poverty by the impact of the coronavirus, and the result has been that democracy has been pushed back. Insisted, the virus has also complicated efforts to overcome insecurity and violence, the UNDP official continued in reference to the violent extremism and climate shocks that have destabilized vast areas of the Sahel region in recent years. We have never experienced greater pressure and challenge on our ability to sustain peace and development on a healthy planet as we experience today. A global pandemic that appended the world and changed it forever, we've seen resulting from that, but also in terms of preexisting conditions, rise in poverty and inequality. UNDP economist Raymond gilpin added that Africa's dependence on imports of food, fuel, medicines, and consumer goods made it particularly vulnerable to rising global inflation. This was likely to lead to tensions and there was a distinct possibility that these might spill over into violent protests, mister gilpin added. The average cost of basic foods decreased slightly last month after a large price hike in March, the UN food and agriculture organization FAO said on Friday. Modest falls in the price of vegetable oils and cereals drove the FAO food price index down .8% from the all time high reached in March, the UN agency explained. For other foodstuffs, including rice meat, dairy, and sugar, prices increased slightly and food costs today are still almost 30% higher than they were 12 months ago, which continues to pose a challenge to global food security for the most vulnerable. FAO cereal price index shared .7 points in April, nudged downwards by falling world maze prices, but wheat prices increased by .2%, and were strongly affected by the continued Russian blockade of ports in Ukraine and concerns over crop conditions in the United States, said FAO, which explained that these concerns were tempered by larger wheat exports from India and higher than expected shipments from Russia, which increased by .2%. Daniel Johnson, UN news..
The Charlie Kirk Show
"esia" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"So talk a little bit what you just said that science and the Bible are directly together. Romans won. Romans won a Romans too. But Romans won, but it's not only Romans one. And you had this beautiful quote where you said, after much struggle, the scientists will get to the top of the mountain and they'll see the theologians who have been there the entire time. That is the retired director of the Goddard Space Center at NASA, Stephen Gould, who said, I think that, after man's attempt to scale the mountains of intellect when we pull ourselves up over the top, what I do believe now, what we're going to find is a band of theologians who have been sitting there all along. Why did he say that? Because when you study true science and the true definition of science, remember, science is not wishful thinking. Mercedes Benz makes the great car that they do based on science. John Macarthur talked about the natural laws. If you jump off of a roof, you're going to go down not up. These are absolutes that God has given us. And these things are true. And true science is something that is repeatable, dependable and you can monitor it and you can get to know it. The God of the Bible claims that he's the author of all creation. That there's nothing that exists visible or invisible by which he has created. He's the one. So science should jive perfectly with the Bible and it does, because it's the same author. It's the same writer. It's the laws of nature and nature's God. Thomas Jefferson has something to say about the declaration. And so a lot of Christians pastors notice is wrong, and they don't feel comfortable talking to their congregation about this issue. So there's probably a lot of pastors watching this right now. Do you think that a pastor should comment on these issues to their congregation? Not only should they comment, I believe that their commanded to and going back to what you said a second ago that they don't feel comfortable speaking or the congregation about it. Their comfort is irrelevant. We are called to be pastors, Watchmen on the wall. We are to inform our congregation even to the point of death, we're the ones that are supposed to be like, Jesus, if necessary, laying down laying down our lives for the flock, we're supposed to speak truth again, pastor Macarthur referred to it that the church, the Bible says, Paul wrote to Timothy, the church is the ground and pillar of all truth. And just like colonial America, why are those roads back in the east coast crazy? Not like California, everything is 90° angles out here. Well, back there in the old land, right? In the colonials, is all these crazy roads that went to the center of a town. What was it the hub of the center? A church? Why? Because the church had the place of influence of impact, cultural awareness, intellect, everything. People forget that Harvard University Charlie was founded by John Harvard. It was a seminary to raise up ministers. Who knows that? We've gotten away from our truth. We've got to get back to those ancient markers. Amen. And so many of these pastors and they say that whoever said you have to be comfortable. We're not paid to be comfortable. We're not called to be comfortable. But a jacket times early on as being a pastor, I'm sure there were those moments where you were called by God to give a message to the audience and you saw something that every one of these pastors fear. You saw someone get up and leave. It happened last Sunday. Talk about that. Jay Vernon McGee a revered pastor here long gone now in heaven, Southern California pastor. Jay Vernon McGee says that when you're preaching a message, if you're not sure if you're getting through, just know this. That if you were to throw, if you were to throw a rock into a pack of dogs, the one that yelps is the one that got hit. Even if someone gets up and leaves, this I know, I'm to deliver the truth of God in love and I'm to be transparent and I'm to be authentic. God will use that. And when I speak truth, they may not like it, but this I know. If it's biblical truth, not my opinion. They may get up and leave. And I've had people get up and give me some one way one way gestures that we're not, you know, praise the lord gestures. It doesn't rock my world because of this. If I stick to the truth, that truth is going to follow them home, Charlie. They may not like me, but I love them. And they got to lay down at night and the Holy Spirit's going to be speaking to them about the truth that they heard in church that day. I have full confidence in that. And it's a wrong measurement. You know, if people are getting up and leaving, maybe they just can't handle it, right? For that day at that time. Look, pastors today, I fear might look at their Facebook and their Instagram numbers more than they look to chapter and verses. When they start to look at their success based upon clicks or views, that's a dangerous place. Remember, everybody that says there are Facebook friends, they're definitely not our friends. And so talk a little bit about God's plan, where you think things are coming into place. I know this can be a controversial topic for some people, but you weighed right into it. Talk about all this different the topic that we talk about here and where you think that we are positioned right now. And what we're called to do about it. So there's difference interpretation. People might say, you know, Jack, I agree, eschatologically you're spot on. But I'm going to leave. I'm not going to contest. I'm going to go to the hills. And just kind of wait this one out. But you have a different opinion. I have a different opinion because when I read genesis all the way through to revelation. I read books in the Bible such as first and second kings. First and second Samuel. When I read about proverbs, you're reading about the wisdom of Solomon. He was a king. David was a king. Isaiah worked in the government's office as an adviser to king esia. Paul petitioned and used his Roman citizenship to get to Rome to give testimony of Christ. What am I saying? Jesus said it perfectly. Jesus said when they were trying to test him about taxes and loyalty to God, he called for a coin. And he said, who's coin is whose inscriptions on this coin? They said, Caesar's. And Jesus said something that none of us in the west understand every Middle Eastern gets it. We and the west never got it. And it's this. Jesus said, well then render the Caesar the things that are Caesar's and to God the things that are guys. What does that mean? In the Middle Eastern world, God is overall the owner of everything. The world, the air, everything is good. When he said, give this these are the things that Caesars. But to gods of things that are gods. Jesus said this, Caesar here, give Caesar his coin. Caesar belongs to God. The coin belongs to God. Rome belongs to God. Caesar and his salad belongs to God. And the Middle East understands that we see that as a separation of church and state type of, well, we should never get over involved. No, our approach is this. There is nothing secular in our world. Our church, nothing secular, our community, and the state of California. Nothing secular, God owns it all. And California, I know it's going to sound crazy, Charlie, but California, you watch. California is going to turn around. There's going to be a spiritual waking in California. People are going to seek God again. They're going to go to Bible teaching churches and I pray Bible teaching churches only. But you are going to see the politics of California. I think experience what God created government, man invented politics. I think God is going to resurrect government in California because it's going to start with a revival among God's people in the church. Amen. So in closing here, Jack, a lot of everyday people are saying, what can I do? So there's the church and then there's the everyday person. Talk a little bit.
Mojo In The Morning
"esia" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning
"Attempting to get dinger's attention. Puska apologized shirts horrible language. That doesn't belong anywhere on our broadcasts. As far as i'm concerned yeah. The mascot was nearby a spin plans arms. Well when the incident occurred in the ninth inning. Marlins outfielder lewis brinson was at bat and that is one of the many reasons that led fans to believe that a racial slur was being sad and particularly was being aimed ham bhardwaj video at least fifty times in the past Fifteen sixteen hours Wash it a lot of you know. Especially when i heard that you know he said dinger instead of the n. word I personally This is again my personal opinion. I'm personally keep hearing the n. Word it's not that i want to hear it. I'd never want to hear that word. Personally i've never been called that in in person to my face on the baseball field outside the baseball field ever So i don't know what my reaction or anything be if i Got called that Again i haven't talked to the rockies talked to that debt of fan personally but if that's the case then i'm sorry for any backlash or anything that He's getting a right now. I know a lot of people. Were getting a lot of love and support on instagram. I'm sure on twitter. And i appreciate that Wholeheartedly hundred percent But again I'm human. I have sympathy If he was yelling for the mascot. I am sorry for any backlash or any attention. Unnecessary attention that he's getting right now. but that doesn't shed or that doesn't defer that this does happen in our game. I don't know a lot of people if a lot of people know. This have seen a lot of players. Talk about that previous to this week About things horrible things that are shouted then while they're playing. Billy eyeless on with jimmy fallon last night in superstock about her new album. I like didn't know what i was doing. All i mean until really like almost when they almost override and even notably called. I didn't know what the vibe was going to be. I didn't know art. Work should be and i wanted to have a real feeling to it and a real like aesthetic to i guess just talking about this and i can't remember who we were talking about it in regards to but Billy has since esia have thought hard time saying She actually explains it. But i didn't realize that she was one of the people who had it too though sesia Real quick summit up. It's a thing in your brain where you associate random stuff to everything. for instance. Every day of the week has color a number of shape. Sometimes things have a smell that i can think of or a temperature or texture so like all of my videos for the most part have to do a sinister usua- all of my artwork. All of my everything. I do live all the colors for each song because those are the colors for those really interesting to me. She also talked about her. Sold out world tour for happier than ever which kicks off in february could explain lab had like six streams. This week shows dead serious i. It's been so long it's going to have been two and a half years. I guess told your. It's.
De RetailTrends Podcast
"esia" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast
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"esia" Discussed on COACHCAST Brasil
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