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"first baptist dallas" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

03:09 min | 11 months ago

"first baptist dallas" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Should be one thousand nine hundred ninety four our number one of the program it's crisscrossed and W. B. A. P. we've got some some where we had a busy night right now the criss cross program well first of all in thirty minutes Dr Robert Jeffress the pastor of first Baptist Dallas my pastor's gonna be joining us live in a crisscross asa breaking news to one of things he's gonna talk about deputy references he is he is the coronavirus pandemic a sign of god's judgment to god's judgment he'll address that eight thirty is gonna preach on this Sunday at first Baptist Dallas at nine fifty intent at nine fifteen at ten fifty AM but Monica Lewinsky apparently you know she's in the news today because Bill Clinton was telling saying well the reason why I cheated with Monica was because it was up to relieve my anxieties which we'll get into later on delivery is kind of saying well look it's like a it's like a prescription you know you if this happens you do this Monica apparently is in town tonight because she just tweeted out to R. seven hundred and some odd hundred thousand seven hundred fifty thousand followers the Billboard that is going on that is up in the billboards are up in in Dallas fort worth area promoting this sermon series I come up the Sunday she said we are after people we are after she saw the Billboard I guess she's in town and she's saying we are asked so she's going after it and Dr Jeffress is going to respond to that our first right here on the prescribed program in twenty five minutes do not miss that that's gonna be interesting I'm gonna take it that Monica might not be a a Christian I had headphones I don't know I don't know so that is coming up in twenty five minutes in the meantime it is a very difficult sad and touching moment we we are mourning the loss of the native American candidate in the race up the swamp Elizabeth Warren announcing that she's dropping out today she was very she was very concerned about she was at her home her multi million dollar home yes she she was very sad in front of a home and boy did she scalp that Bloomberg she but she stepped out today and she is considering going to smoke a peace pipe I went.

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"first baptist dallas" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

09:39 min | 11 months ago

"first baptist dallas" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Mark your calendar is this weekend Sunday March first at first Baptist Dallas Dr Jefferson I want to invite you to join us as interviews former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders now that's awesome okay what we're gonna get the corona virus and all the sudden today it's a yesterday but also really today to I'm today it's it's over we are all going to die you know right sure last will and testament it's over and the cop the economy is going to crash burn and tank and you know by gold and sell all your stocks and everything in your four oh one K. and your your your dad we're all dead everything's gonna collapse hell is here it's it's happened it's it's meeting us is greeting us here that's coming up at eight forty five clearly you can hear that I'm I'm very very very worried my fault my taking this falsely well forgetting all that come up in a forty five but first we have first what do you know Michael Bloomberg's campaign this literally was broke in the past the hour to Bloomberg's campaign is has is reaching out to yelling a Ding dong and is offering him to be vice president possibly they are literally slide put that out there that they are courting him for endorsement and floating the possibility of jangling getting done becoming his running mate according to people familiar with the discussions that say story the Wall Street journal's broke an hour to go dangling adding don who knew new I'm I think that a bunch of people that are getting paid excessively R. to make Bloomberg's campaign look authentic and grassroots and and and just successful came up with this idea and I think it's only being done to try to help this disaster of a candidate yeah I think that's the same thing that happened when they tried it with Hillary is getting out there as well this guy is but simply the horrible misfire this is been a horrible misfire I saw a picture in one of the news publications today online of the debate at the end when they all came out and waved goodbye or whatever you know they're all standing there together smiling an acceptable and it was so funny and being very very fall in my description here this still frame showed all I think the seven of them gosh all seven of them smiling and waving N. except for Bloomberg he literally was sitting there with that sour Puss as my mom would say that sour Puss on his face like he had the they get a mouthful Lemonheads ins mouth Hey and the other thing is it really I I gotta be honest it really is funny he's tiny because I said trump is trump is right there's got to be falling because of his height I mean yeah you know you shouldn't do that but he's a top trump is it is so funny to watch him I mean literally I I think you know how forget what this is about like with our kids or something I don't know if it's a game we play I came about you you have people lined up in the in the the the order of height to whatever if you if you look at the picture just fine anyone for the end of the debate whatever the other night in South Carolina you will see H. E. A. F. I mean I'm talking at the Pocahontas the squad is even taller than him like weight height all like you don't even know what's your name culture and this was right at the end he's on the far left I think this training is down there ending at ten AM sulking or pouting away doing disconnect that someone has enough what is I want to say two things where one is the super Tuesday all of these races the polling data is limited according my friend Erick Erickson it has come to the polling data is limited most of the states about to mention but the polling that is available suggested Sanders is going to win most of the states on super Tuesday are you listening do you understand the Bloomberg is not pulling fifteen percent anywhere which in Texas which means he literally might not get one delegate from us wow Alabama work in Samoa Hey is that were us all what's his name from better call Saul in the stead show up breaking bad he went to law school that the law school American Samoa race is now ma'am American small Arkansas California Colorado Maine Massachusetts Minnesota North Carolina Oklahoma Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia on super Tuesday most of the state's polling a lot of its limited most of them but it out what we have shows the Sanders wins most of them now we know for a fact he trounces in California he's double his nearest competitor in California's got like thirty six points in the next closest competitors in eighteen we know in Texas is leading by to hear the audio at the bottom of the hour with the news in here Bob Berney would that be S. cut you know the B. S. comment about the B. with Rory owning those would be S. miles like literally because he works in DC the guy is a ardent socialist and even though he's Jewish he's a and he's like he's of not practice non practicing Jews he is a exams I somatic I you can laugh at that I'll I'll explain in just a moment but what is the Jackson fractions I think anybody who had a heart attack or whose husband or wife or whose father or mother has had a heart attack knows rejection fraction is ejection fraction in the mix I'm a butcher this but gives give me enough leeway here after you have a heart attack how much does one valve does that there's like whatever the left ventricle or whatever it is or how much the pump out after how hard ticket shows the extent of the muscle damage and the damage to the heart and it shows the extent of the damage and what it what it'll be like in a couple years and several years down the road for that person and Bloomberg had a stent put in there several years ago Bernie as we all know he just had a a grabber not too long ago and Bernie will not in his in the doctor's note it's vague there's nothing in there that specific and it does not have a junction fraction injection fraction is the common normal thing to have when you're having the report and release it McCain did as I mentioned gosh for example Bloomberg's ejection fraction is extremely well it's between sixty and sixty five percent Bernie if you gave that it's probably bad that's probably what happened yeah he looks great but that's a great great great point he won't release that and he's now saying he won't release anything because he's like I got enough delegates I'm gonna win this thing I'm doing what I have learned that when I don't have to do he truly is the trump of the liberals the final response today being unrepentant taking them by storm have been having at a cadre of people well if people that is Die Hard more than anybody else has now I. anti semitic I could bring to be anti semitic he refused to speak at the at a pack American Israeli public affairs committee he calls D. Benjamin Netanyahu the prime minister of Israel for fourteen years he says he is a reactionary racist he literally said that the other day that bad debt BB Netanyahu is a reactionary racist he is rabidly insanely in the tank for the Palestinians hi an anti Israel and here's some more clues Matt das one of his advisors who could be tapped to run the National Security Council under him tell you what I'll do I'll show I'm gonna share with two of his top advisers say about Israel that drew out warnings from the Simon weisenthal center an ADL anti defamation league is unbelievable police top people aren't what he said to it's crazy all that next that's why I guess I never get a corona virus big time we all gonna die the world's gonna end I guess trump is ready really is crazy how low can you go Democrats politicizing the corona virus putting politics ahead of the nation's health just to lash out at Donald Trump all of this as Texas prepares for super Tuesday and we've got you covered coming up tomorrow on the Purcell sator show C. at nine news dot K. twenty some of my coworkers are skeptical.

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"first baptist dallas" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"first baptist dallas" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"They're all saying it's a it's a disaster amateur more with the from this it's very sad but it's true more Biden of sound bites of him pretending you're saying it's great that is doing great attacking the pollsters and attacking people and it goes back to his crotch she goes back to African American support that crotch this man setting himself off for a catastrophic failure cataclysmic failure not just with the voters for even the black voters all that coming up next on the Chris rock show in these talk a twin WBAP but first my relationship with god and my family are the two most important things in my life and in that order god in my family and everything else and that's what being a member of First Baptist Dallas been so important to us by the way let me just say that this too this morning I was studying notes from my Sunday school class yesterday that was so impactful and so amazing I cannot tell you how amazing and how much my family that get fed at our church I gotta be honest with you it's just so amazing by being a member of First Baptist L. has been so important us the up putting worship and practical messages the pastor Robert Jeffress share from the word of god are sold courage and plus exciting testimonials and interviews from believers all over the world and so much more you're gonna want to mark your calendar and not miss Sunday March first at first Baptist Dallas this is huge this is awesome pastor Jefferson I want to invite you to join us as he interviews former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders Sir will share about her life in DC as a career woman a wife mother and believer in Jesus Christ don't miss.

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"first baptist dallas" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"first baptist dallas" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"A car fire around six Saturday evening in garland, the kids age one three and four were alone in a car on their dad was inside a game. Stop on south first street. The tenant Pedro Baranov with garland. Police say the cause of the fires under investigation. There's so many reasons why that might happen. That's part of the investigation. We have ours investigation as well here to find out was this something that was done intentionally accident involved wasn't a mechanical error on the vehicle. We don't know at this point, Nikki achil-, the thought the kid's father says the car was not running when he went inside the store. He and another man pulled the kids from the burning vehicle, according to police no charges have been filed yet. But they are not ruling those out a house fire in Mansfield early this morning left one, man. Around two thirty this morning in a neighborhood. Just west of eighty-seven officials on Saint was pulled one man from that home. And that man was taken to the hospital where he later died. This day has not yet been released. No one else was injured in a fire. The cause is now under investigation five hundred this is the death frontal fire Mansfield and over a decade ABC fives at an Anderson. Daniel Ray Owens was arrested last week in Tulsa following a federal grand jury seven count indictment a mailing threats across the country, including a letter to First Baptist Dallas threatening to assassinate pastor Robert Jeffers. The Dallas Morning News reports federal agents say Owens, mailed an envelope containing white powder to the church in July, forcing a quarantine of the employees that opened it powder was found to be toxic. According to court documents Owens later, a letter stated in part, I will assassinate your pastor in the name of Allah. I will burn down Christian churches. This is a threat in quote, the investigation traced at least forty five similar letters to threatening LG. Btcu groups police department and apartment buildings some threatening genocide in sports the Rangers took the cubs today. They're now number two in the west eleven to ten was today's final tomorrow. The Astros are in town for game number seven. Time seven Garrity, traffic and weather.

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"first baptist dallas" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"first baptist dallas" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Of God. This brought house. Thank you. Every life is sacred and every soul is a precious gift from heaven. As the Lord says in Jeremiah before I formed you in the womb. I knew you before you were born I set you apart. Here with us today. Nicki and Tyler Watkinson. So there he is citing Jeremiah, you know, I knew you before I formed you in your womb and Nancy Pelosi sitting right there. And I wondered about that I wondered if she squirming or she just whatever you know, what I mean? Which either way it's sad either way, you know, what I mean? But you know, she can. Try to outfox Trump or she can thinks he's out FOX does. But she cannot FOX God. That's the funny part. Right. All right. I think we got more last year Nikki went into early labor during a blizzard as she and Tyler were driving to the hospital. Their son Grayson was born in the front seat. He was born for a month. Premature and weighed only one pound at eleven ounces. But he led out little tiny cries that he made it to the hospital alive. Nikki in Taylor's entire community began to lift up grace in their prayers and to the surprise of doctors he kept on improving improving improving after four months of the hospital, Nicki and Tyler. Brought home they're beautiful baby. Boy. Just a few weeks ago, Grayson celebrated his first birthday he is a beautiful happy, healthy guy. You still have in there. He says I'm funnier that is at the end. Okay. He he he he he was he's he's just so masterful with Soma when. Where are you there? Oh, they're just throwing stuff out. It was great. So it's surreal to be in the room with them it. He looks great. He loves this. This is what he was made for Aminat tell you something I've told you this on and off, but this man is going to win the next election hands down with more votes than he did the last time with more completely solid of a win even more than the last time considerably more. It is amazing. What what I got to witness today in many levels. And so we're going to talk to somebody who had dinner with the president last night. My pastor Dr Robert Jeffers passer from First Baptist Dallas and Fox News contributor. And so we'll talk to him coming up next. I got a lot of questions like why does Trump care so much about us Christian folk liberty did you help him pick out the Jeremiah verse? We're going to talk about the state of the union. What would what he thinks as he watched? It. You know, what the fallout from that is we got so much talk about we're going to be so much fun. So Dr Robert Jefferson joins.

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"first baptist dallas" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"first baptist dallas" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Dallas Cutler will see there this weekend at First Baptist. Dallas. Okay. So Jon tester Senator believe he's a democrat. He says he shot it down. Was it worth it? It's the most stupid shutdown. I've ever seen in my life. He should go back to school and find out what civics is about. And find out if you don't have the votes, you don't shut the government down. I mean, what what what did we get? We got nothing, man. I I am very very disheartened. And you know, some people are saying, well, I trust him. And I don't lose hope dude, you told me that last night. And then today, he surrendered, and I know that I did have a moment where like well. I see maybe his he's planning. He's got another another trick up his sleeve, and maybe I'll be getting five point seven billion villa wall in the next three weeks. But then I said, no be realistic. He'll get some scraps. And they'll sell it to us as if it's like some kind of a victory. I capitulated on Mexico's gonna pay for the wall. I don't know why he didn't tax remittances. I could care less who's gonna pay for just put the thing. But now, we don't you see that we're settling as each week passes for less and less of what we were promised. The scraps get smaller and smaller and smaller, and we're supposed to be grateful to our master. I'm going to tell you some I have never gotten so many personal messages and text today from people that I work that I'm friends with that I work with I want to church were saying are you matters. I am today. One of my Dallas police officer friends says Christie us mad. I am my friend at who works. He's a blue-collar worker and he lives in Arlington. We went to church together or less church. And he he says. Are you is this as bad as I think it is? He says everybody at work as ridiculing me today. Eight hundred two eight WB is our number eight hundred two eight nine two two seven. Let's go to Todd in Weatherford. You're live on WB AP. Hey, chris. How're you doing? Okay. I saw caller longtime listener, well, if you're a first time caller that I gotta do this. Thank you. Did that? Anyway, that's all that's all. That's a goal horn. That's a goal horn. That's not supposed to hurt. Okay. I believe in truck. I know he's got a plan. I just absolutely no this man plays the long game. He's been he wrote the book on the ghost. He gave me a little win. But I promise you. We just gotta hold on. He's good at not get five point seven billion. He's gonna get enough to build the whole damn thing. Well, I hope you're right. But I don't see how that's going to happen. Can you tell me what we've gotten after three weeks of a shutdown? What what do we do? We have to show for it right now. Now that it's over. Well, one thing we have is the whole country is even more mad at the Democrats. They were before we have actually no they're not. They're more mad at Trump. There's a guy who's a guy who's featured in our local news today who is Hispanic and is a Trump supporter, and he was furloughed to the EPA for thirty six days. And he is yelling at his TV. Because any so mad. I'm going to read to the direct quotes coming up at eight thirty. But he is he's like, this is pathetic you screwed me over. And what are we have nothing? I don't know. I just how would you feel thirty six days, and no paycheck and your support the guy you voted for him. And he's got nothing to show for you. Making you suffer for thirty six days. How would you feel how how could you feel good about? How has he ingratiated himself to eight hundred thousand people when he didn't even get a thing. A darn thing. All I can say is if he doesn't get it in the end, I'll be the first one to admit that I'm wrong. But I honestly believe this man knows a lot more than I do. Well, he doesn't know a lot more than you. Yeah. But he he's this is first time being the president and being in a political position. And he might be getting nobody said he could win and North Korea. Nobody said he could win pulling our troops back home. Nobody said he could win winning not when he started raising tariffs. Let me pause you on that. Let me pause you on let me pause you on that. I'll give you the tariffs. But in Syria. It's it's gotten worse, and they will reconstitute I didn't say Syria. I said North Korea. Okay. No, no. You said pulling troops back pulling troops back out of Syrian saying. That was an absolute disaster. It was stupid it p owed me more than anything because that will reconstitute them. Okay. That's number one. We didn't. It was the stupidest thing he said was that we're gonna pull troops on Syria. That was a dang stupid thing. Second of all North Korea. They have more nuclear facilities, and there's more nuclear stuff going on now. So we have not look I was excited after the first one, but it sucks right now with North Korea. We're getting the Royal bone from North Korea right now. Now, we may win in that. But we have not one in that. So the other thing you said was the tariffs. I'll give you the tariffs. I'm not gonna say anything negative about the tariffs. I think we won and are winning on that. So but the other the other two now withdrawn from where? I- withdrawing from where we're tell me where you you you cited as one of the three things it's like all these great things withdrawing from where Syria, that's a disaster where? I just think bringing as many troops home or the threat of bringing many trips foam as possible is gonna do more for our long-term strain on. We did that we did that and how to work out for sniff ghanistan. Tweets relieve their let constitute again, he can hit us again. I'm sure. Korea. Should we get Syria? Let ISIS come back. Don't. They are kind of cool. I can go back to war them again. And do this all over again. Why don't you? What do you think the people that are there right now who are getting their butts killed and killing other people every day who are boys and girls out there? What do you think they would tell you right now? Because I've heard what they say, what do you think they're going to tell you about porn people out of Syria. What do you think? You know, what I say though, we're in a hundred and seventy different countries out grout. The world, okay? And we don't have many of our family don't have enough. Isis. Wasn't that big of a deal? Obama was right. Isis JV. Obama was right. I got you. I think I think no offense to him. But I think I think he's delusional and Donald Trump is not somebody that. You don't wanna the questions I asked today was did he leave us for for the moderates today is he gonna is he going to turn into a moderate to try to win the election two years? This is all about. Eight hundred two eight eight WBZ is our number eight hundred to eight eight nine two two seven. I'm mad Jesse. In Fort Worth you live on WBZ. Yeah. I told you screen called. I'm a black American conservatives and saying the government in limbo for the past ten years. I am proud of what he's doing. He's governing. And yes, I don't agree with everything he's done. He's doing. But at least I know that the C E O is running the country. I know for fact that this ended his death you both to be my boss. But I know he's not really my boss is see. Oh, that's my boss, but the CEO was paying for the past ten years. This guy is managing governing. This country will be some negatives. But I think he gave a democrat they bone. So what did we get? What are we get out of this? He shut the government down for thirty six days. What did we get today?.

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"first baptist dallas" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"first baptist dallas" Discussed on WTRH

"My number. Maybe we'll even get in that tomorrow turn up tomorrow night. But we do have our subject for tomorrow night self worth. And we'll be talking more about that. When we opened the program tomorrow and get some of those answers. But by the way, the reason we've been talking about self worth is that June started a series at First Baptist Dallas right here in Dallas, Texas on self worth and you can attend that. If you're anywhere in this area. Love to have heavy it's absolutely free. There's a small fee just for the materials at one time fee. But the the classes themselves are free. They're still eight to goes just an overall kind of a setup for the first lesson. So they're eight Sundays left five thirty seven at First Baptist in Dallas. And you can find out more information from them about that. And we would love to see you there right now, we're going to the telephones, and we are going to talk with someone from Arizona. Women talked to anybody from Arizona quite a while. Let's say Hello to Martha. Martha welcome to help. Hello, June tie. How can we help you? I am. Young. Almost eighty seven here. Nine. Okay. Well, I I. Sixty nineteen sixty I was twenty eight and I am this wonderful precious gentleman that I had been you know, from the time I met him about five years before that. Anyway, I finally had the opportunity to really get the gave us a chance, you know. To possibly for marriage. Develop a relationship, and I was going to flee. This..

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"first baptist dallas" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"first baptist dallas" Discussed on WTRH

"Author and speaker June hunt for this week in the beginning of each program. We've been talking about self worth because June has been teaching or just started teaching at discipleship you at First Baptist Dallas here in the Dallas area on Sunday afternoons, of course, that will ultimately be nine courses nine separate sessions on self worth. And what it is how to attain it. How to understand it? It is held at First Baptist Church here in Dallas, Texas from five thirty until seventy Sunday afternoon, and you are still welcome. She only did it overview in the first class, which was this last Sunday. So if you join her next Sunday, you'll be joining for the first in-depth session, and you'll still have eight full sessions, a straight ahead of you. And I love your material June that you. Written on on self worth. It is so comforting and one of my favorite people in the bible is Jonathan and and the the the the fellowship between he and David, but his son very special voice when it comes to talking about self worth. And you brought that up in your materials. Well, there's a. A description of an it's an unusual name. I love his name. That's why. Because. Yup. Must feel dump know that name. Shift and. He he was in firmed. He basically he felt like the what we call the weakest link in the Royal chain. He was crippled and both feet at a young age, and he never felt able to live up to the accomplishments of his family. His grandfather king, Saul was this fierce warrior and his father, Jonathan whom I respect tremendously. He was just an he was an accomplished soldier who is a phenomenal friend. If you look at the relationship between Jonathan and David it's just extraordinarily. A model of two men who had a tremendous loyalty and and backed miss ship of MIT Muth officious was unable to stand on its own two feet. Literally, let alone go to battle. So following the deaths of both Saul and Jonathan. David, basically. Took the throne and Matvey chef sank into financial and the motion will quicksand he lived in a particular land called. It's it's interesting lo debar, though, the E V A R, which meant the house of no bread. And while his family had ruled a nation and enjoyed substantial wealth ended up with nothing in over talking about from the palace to poverty since he could not even afford his own lodging. He lived in another man's home. Well, david. Called for the method vicious to appear before his throne. And he knows his life has no value. After this change of dynasty from basically salts domain to now king, David different family. Well, the customer of the day was to execute the previous Royal line. And he knows king. David can kill him on the spot to eliminate any competition for the throne. Obviously, he was helpless. And felt hopeless. So he shuffles on his lame feet. Crawling into the new king's house to answer David's summoned, and he throws himself on the ground before David declaring himself to be nothing. But a quote did dog unquote, David's response shot this dumb cripple who had known little kindness and his life. Don't be afraid David said to him. I will surely show, you kindness for the sake of your father Jonathan I will restore you. I will restore to you all the land that belong to your grandfather saw, and you will always eat at my table. By the way, you see this in second Samuel nine verse seven, so just imagine this document. David this feared warrior king because he was really quite powerful and demonstrated huge ability on this case, he demonstrated tremendous compassion to a cripple. Why why toward this three invalid who was in his own words a dead dog? It was it was a bathroom a relationship. A covenant commitment to his friend Jonathan his dearest friend. A covenant vow of loyalty that extended even to the family of Jonathan and what that means is. As such David promised Mississippi. This is the quote. Eight David's table like one of the king's son. So what you see is. He was shown that compassion. And this is what we need to have. He restored dignity. Chris.

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"first baptist dallas" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

06:44 min | 2 years ago

"first baptist dallas" Discussed on WTRH

"And practical help I'm Roger manning here with author and speaker June hunt for this week in the beginning of each program. We've been talking about self worth because June has been teaching or just started teaching at discipleship you at First Baptist Dallas here in the Dallas area on Sunday afternoons, a course that will ultimately be nine courses nine separate sessions on self worth. And what it is how to attain it. How to understand it? It is held at First Baptist Church here in Dallas, Texas from five thirty until seventy Sunday afternoon, and you are still welcome. She only did an overview in the first class, which was this last Sunday. So if you join her next Sunday, you'll be joining for the first in-depth session, and you'll still have eight full sessions, a straight ahead of you. And I love your material June that you've written on. On on self worth. It is so comforting and one of my favorite people in the bible is Jonathan and and the the the the fellowship between he and David, but his son very special place when it comes to talking about self worth. And you brought that up in your materials. Well, there's a. A description of an it's an unusual name. I love his name. That's why. Because. Yup. Must feel don't know that name. Chef and. He he was in firmed. He basically he felt like the what we call the weakest link in the Royal. He was crippled and both feet at a young age, and he never felt able to live up to the accomplishments of his family. His grandfather king, Saul was this fierce warrior and his father, Jonathan whom I respect tremendously. He was just an he was an accomplished soldier who is a phenomenal friend. If you look at the relationship between Jonathan and David it's just extraordinarily. A model of two men who head a tremendous loyalty and and backed ship of MIT Muth officious was unable to stand on his own two feet. Literally, let alone go to battle. So following the deaths of both Saul and Jonathan. David, basically. Took the throne and Memphis, chef sank into financial and the emotional quicksand. He lived in a particular land called. It's it's interesting lo debar Delo D E V A R, which meant the house of no bread. And while his family had ruled a nation and enjoyed substantial wealth and up with nothing in essence what we're talking about from the palace to poverty since he could not even afford his own lodging. He lived in another man's home. Well, king David. Called for. To appear before his throne. And he knows this life has no value. After this change of dynasty from basically salts domain to now king, David the different family. Well, the custom of the day was to execute the previous Royal line. And he knows king. David can kill him on the spot to eliminate any competition for the throng. Obviously, he was helpless. And. Felt hopeless. So he shuffles on his lane feet. Crawling into the new king's house to answer David's summoned, and he throws himself on the ground before David declaring himself to be nothing. But a quote did dog unquote, David's response shot this young cripple who had known little kindness and his life. Don't be afraid David said to him. I will surely show, you kindness for the sake of your father Jonathan I will restore you. I will restore to you all the land that belong to your grandfather saw, and you will always eat at my table. By the way, you see this in second Samuel nine verse seven so just imagine this Don judgment. David this feared warrior king because he was really quite powerful and demonstrated huge ability on this case. He demonstrated tremendous compassion to a why why would this week invalid who was in his own works. A dead dog. It was it was about a relationship. A covenant commitment to his friend. Jonathan is dearest friend. A covenant vow of loyalty. That extended even to the family of Jonathan and what that means is as such David promise Mississippi. This is the quote. Eight David's table like one of the king's son. So what you see is. He was Sean that compassion. And this is what we need to have. He he restored dignity. Two. Dad? The moment. My son saw Redwood tree. Is the moment. I knew that for him. You see that? Even the sky.

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"first baptist dallas" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

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02:45 min | 2 years ago

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05:18 min | 2 years ago

"first baptist dallas" Discussed on WTRH

"Talk radio, offering biblical hope and practical help I'm Roger manning here with author and speaker June hunt early morning for June this morning, and because my wife made me sell my Harley got to sleep late our unity ride, we do this. Once a year, we have a motorcycle, right? And it's called the unity ride and this year. It's the first time we've previously done a ride for life. Bikers for babies. You know, it's it's for those who are challenged with do I import the baby her do. I keep the baby or do I allow that baby to be born and give this child a loving home? I would fight for that. Go, but the unity rights important too. Because what it's it's about prejudice. It's about. Discriminate. Major problem in our country. Like, I'm telling you anything, you don't know. But the point is which one. We we we. At times. I'm just thinking this horrible language of hatred, and you know, just attacking because of the skin color of someone else. And you know, some of the language is so incendiary it's like throwing firebombs, but. You say well why why do people have that kind of hatred? It isn't just black against why why against black. You go any place in the world, and there will be prejudice. There will be those who are prejudice. Sometimes it's between two countries. We wouldn't have anything. It'd be it NBD to us. No big deal. But. I think this is the bottom line. We we have. Of course, you know, definitions characteristics causes and solutions under causes. We always have a wrong belief and a right belief, the wrong belief in regard to prejudice is some people are created better than others. And so it's natural for me to see myself as superior heard that before. And some say they would never say it. But that is exactly how they feel about the way they're going to be prejudiced against those who are in firmed people in a wheelchair and it's absolutely wrong. The right belief is because we're all created in God's image. And got does not show favoritism. The bible says that not favoritism toward anyone. If I have a heart of prejudice toward others. I placed myself as a judge higher than God himself. My needs for love significance, insecurity are met through a personal relationship and reliance on Jesus Christ. Who loves me died for me accepts me who empowers me to genuinely love and fully accept others. I do not have the need Arthur right to feel superior. Or inferior to anyone. Art be pre judged toward anyone by the way, notice prejudice. Prejudice as in prejudge. It's like, no matter. What I look at you. If you're not like, I am or like what I think you ought to be. Then I have prejudged you it's prejudice. And we're told instead in the bible except one another just as Christ accepted you in order to bring praise to God. I love that that's Romans fifteen seven. So if somebody has hatred toward another just because of. Skin color, or where you were born or what? It. It can be any number of things is just rock. It is not reflecting the heart of God, we need to release all that anger. Speaking of which by the way, you a quick note. Here you you are teaching at First Baptist Dallas on right now. Aren't you? What nine weeks? Yes. It's called discipleship university. I don't know it seems like they're about thirty courses. And we had a fantastic first session. I I would say if that is something one woman said. I saw I was on a bus, and I saw the advertisement on the floor of the bus and she saw picked it up and immediately call call two friends like Clarisa, and and then she calls, Victoria. And I think it's melody, and so they were, you know, sitting at the table right in front of me, the.

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"first baptist dallas" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"first baptist dallas" Discussed on WTRH

"Radio, offering biblical hope and practical help I'm Roger manning here with author and speaker June hunt early morning for June this morning, and because my wife made me sell my Harley I got to sleep late our unity ride, we do this. Once a year, we have a motorcycle, right? And it's called the unity ride and this year. It's the first time we've previously done a ride for life. Backers for babies, you know, it's it's who are challenged with do I import the baby her do. I keep the baby or do I allow the baby to be born and give this child a loving home of bike for that. Go, but the unity rights important too. Because what it's it's about prejudice. It's about discriminate. Got to be a major problem in our country. I don't think I'm telling you anything, you don't know. But the point is which one. We we. At times. I'm just thinking this horrible languages. Hatred and just attacking? Because of the skin color of someone else. And you know, some of the language is so incendiary it's like throwing firebombs. You say well why why do people have that kind of hatred? It isn't just black against why why against black you go anyplace in the world. And there will be prejudice. There will be those who are prejudiced. Sometimes it's between two countries. We wouldn't have anything. It'd be NBD us. No big deal. But. I think this is the bottom line. We we have of course, definitions characteristics causes and solutions under causes. We always have a wrong belief, right belief, the wrong belief in regard to prejudice is some people are created better than others. And so it's natural for me to see myself as superior heard that before. And some say it they would never say it. But that is exactly how they feel about the way they're going to be prejudiced against those who are in firmed people in a chair, and it's absolutely wrong. The right belief is because we're all created in God's image. And got does not show favoritism. The bible says that not favoritism toward anyone. If I have a heart to prejudice toward others. I placed myself as a judge higher than God himself. My needs for love significance, insecurity or met through a personal relationship and reliance on Jesus Christ. Who loves me died for me accepts me who empowers me to genuinely love and fully accept others. I do not have the need Arthur right to feel superior. Or inferior to anyone. Be pre judged toward anyone by the way, notice prejudice prejudice as in prejudge. It's like, no matter. What I look at you. If you're not like, I am or like what I think you ought to be. Then I have prejudged you it's prejudice. And we're told instead in the bible except one another just as Christ accepted you. In order to bring praise to God. I love that that's Romans fifteen seven. So if somebody has hatred toward another just because of. Skin color, or where you were born or what? It can be any number of things is just wrong. It is not reflecting the heart. Got we need to release all that anger. Speaking of which by the way, you a quick note. Here you you are teaching at First Baptist Dallas on right now. Aren't you? What nine weeks? Yes. It's called discipleship university. I don't know if it seems like there about thirty courses, and we had a fantastic. I session. I I would say if that is something one woman said. I saw I was on a bus and I saw the advertisement on the floor of the bus and she picked it up and immediately call call two friends like Clarisa and. And then she calls, Victoria. And I think it's melody, and so they were, you know, sitting at the table right in front of me, the point.

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KQED Radio

07:24 min | 2 years ago

"first baptist dallas" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The time is eight thirty four this is. Morning edition from NPR news I'm David Greene in Culver City California and I'm Rachel Martin in Washington DC President Trump hosted a big dinner party at the White House the other night even though guest described it as a state dinner with, all the fanfare that goes with that there were no heads of state in attendance there were a lot of people who have become very important to the president though evangelical Christian leaders Reverend Robert Jeffress was there he's pastor of First Baptist Dallas it's one of the largest southern. Baptist mega churches in the country I suppose if there were headline to come out of the evening it. Would be this evangelical remain enthusiastically United behind Trump I. Didn't sense any diminishing of support there. In fact. It was really a half state dinner and a half campaign rally I. Spoke with Reverend Jeffress in our studio. Yesterday morning before reports surfaced about. The comments President Trump made at that. Dinner according to NBC news and, the, New York Times Trump floated a harsh warning if Democrats win control of congress in the midterm saying. Quote they will, overturn everything that we've done and they'll do it quickly and violently I spoke with Reverend Jeffress. About why he supports President Trump and specifically. How Christian leaders square the president's admission that he paid hush money to a porn star with their religious convictions well look I. Think evangelical understand there's a difference. Between supporting president's policies in supporting individual behavior although this is diametrically Opposed to how evangelical. Christians approached Bill Clinton In that. Time, evangelical said you cannot compartmentalized someone's morality well I guess because it came down to in, November of two thousand sixteen a binary choice. And I don't know in what moral universe anybody could argue that. Hillary Clinton, is more moral than nominal Trump of course. Democrats and, many other Republicans would argue different I mean when, you talk about sleeping with a porn, star when you talk about, paying hush money when you. Talk about, mistrust the president has stated time and again. These, are things that evangelical. Christians in particular yeah find to be anathema and we could, do a litany of Hillary Clinton's have fences but. That's really not the purpose of the program the fact is the. Gospel message is all of us have. Sand we've all fallen. Short of God's glory we. All were centers we all need to save you What policies do you like that President Trump. Has supported without doubt Donald Trump has been the most pro life. Pro religious, liberty pro conservative judiciary president of any president. In history, and that includes either the bushes or Ronald Reagan, and that's why these evangelical enthusiastically supporting, in the past you have, called Islam and the Mormon. Faith heresies, and I'm quoting now from the pit of. Hell, you have said Judaism. And Hinduism lead people to hell you have a unique position, now is someone who has a close personal friendship. With the president the ear of the president of the United States. Is it your goal to recast America. As a Christian Lebanese. Well first of all you've given A laundry list of some of my greatest, hits but they're only, been somewhat out of context look the most historic claim of Christianity, the? Bedrock belief is that Jesus. Christ is the only way to happen so that is not a. Headline. Making belief that Christians believed that faith, in Christ is the only way to heaven and as far as Mormonism. It is a theological call the southern Baptist convention has called it, a cult and listed it that way it's, not a part of historic Christianity Islam is a. False religion I I do not back away from saying. It is a false religion faith in Christ, is, the only way to be saved so clearly a. Lot of people take issue with what you just said. Especially Muslims and Mormons but this is a country that was founded on religious liberty rush right, so you still maintain that this should be a. Country that respects the rights of all those absolutely and I? See, that in this, president I've Delayed the President Trump when he talks about religious liberty he's not just, talking about Christian religious, liberty when you think about how this president has advanced in evangelical, Christian? Agenda what are the ways. In which evangelical Christians have been treated or do you believe they've. Been. Treated as a persecuted minority in this, country Well I, think there are certainly, ways in which they have been, marginalized and I mean here's the question you. Have to ask yourself I mean. Why is it that, for? The first one hundred and fifty? Years, of our nation's history prayer in schools reading the, bible Nativity displays all of those. Things we're not only. Allowed but they were welcomed but then suddenly seventy years ago the supreme court. Decides these things are unconstitutional. I ask liberals all the. Time what change more religiously diverse what did did the constitution change no the establishment clause of the first amendment simply says, congress cannot establish a state religion that's what. It says but somehow that has been perverted and twisted into outlawing prayer, and bible reading that's what I'm talking about that's the marginalization of Christianity and I believe that's why evangelical rallying around this president who wreck Sizes. That marginalization the Reverend Robert Jeffress is pastor of First Baptist Dallas one of. The largest southern Baptist megachurches. In the country Reverend Jeffers. Thank you so much for coming in thanks for having me Rachel I let me give you a big reason to, listen to this next story about a clams metabolism because the essential, conclusion is it is better to be lazy here's NPR's Laura Walmsley. Luke's trots is a paleontologist at the university of Kansas who studies extinctions but he's not. So interested in big asteroid? Slamming into he studies small physical differences between animals that go extinct. And once at survive and the thing that he's really hung up. On, is how animals use energy their metabolism can we, look at metabolism it'll say. Something about the likelihood of that particular species going extinct. He and his colleagues decided to study five million years. Of molluscs specifically I was looking at what else, and gastro pods which centrally clams and snails. They, go back, almost to, the beginnings of animal life checking the metabolic rates of, living clams was pretty easy the researchers can watch their vital signs. Like respiration which you called you that. For a fossil obviously because Did not respond anymore so instead they measured, their shells and used climate models to estimate the metabolic rates the, results we find that these species that have. Gone extinct have higher. Metabolic rates thing the species that are still currently living Yup it's survival of the sluggish. On the individual level a? Higher metabolism is correlated with higher rates of mortality and sell the. K- that scales up to the level of the species is probably. The, finding of this study and it means that metabolic, rate could potentially.

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"first baptist dallas" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:01 min | 2 years ago

"first baptist dallas" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Time is six thirty four. This is morning edition from NPR news I'm David Greene in Culver, City California and I'm Rachel Martin in Washington DC President. Trump hosted a big dinner party at the. White House, the other night even though guest described it as a state dinner. With all the fanfare that, goes with that there. Were no heads of state in attendance, there were a lot of people who have become very important to the president though evangelical Christian leaders Reverend Robert Jeffress. Was there he's pastor of First Baptist Dallas it's one of. The largest southern Baptist mega megachurches in the country I suppose if, there were headline to come. Out of the evening it would be this evangelical remain enthusiastically United behind Trump, I didn't sense any diminishing of support there, in fact it was really a half state dinner and a half campaign rally I. Spoke with Reverend Jefferson our. Studio yesterday morning this was before reports surfaced about comments. President Trump made at that dinner according to the New. York, Times and the Washington Post Trump floated a harsh war Warning if Democrats. Win control of congress in the midterms he. Said quote they will overturn everything that we've done and they'll do it quickly, and violently I asked Reverend Jeffress about why he. Supports President Trump and specifically Christian. Leaders square the president's admission that he paid hush money to a. Porn star with their religious convictions well look I think evangelical understand, there's a difference between supporting president's policies and supporting individual. Behavior although this is diametrically opposed to how. Evangelical Christians, approached Bill Clinton in that time evangelical said you cannot compartmentalize someone's. Morality well I guess because, it came down to. In November of two thousand sixteen binary, choice and I don't know in what moral universe anybody could argue that Hillary Clinton is more moral than Donald Trump Of course Democrats and many other Republicans would argue different I mean when you talk about sleeping with a porn star when you talk about. Paying, hush, money when, you talk about mistrust the president has stated time and again these are. Things that evangelical Christians in particular find to be anathema and we could do a litany of, Hillary Clinton's offenses but that's. Really, not the purpose of the program the fact is the gospel message is all of, us have sand we've all fallen short of. God's glory we all were centers we all need to save you What policies do you like. That President Trump has supported without doubt Donald Trump has, been the? Most, pro life pro, religious liberty, pro conservative, judiciary president of any president in history and. That includes, either the bushes or Ronald Reagan and that's why, these evangelical enthusiastically supporting in the past, you have called Islam and, the Mormon faith heresies and. I'm quoting, now from the pit of hell you have said Judaism and Hinduism. Lead people to hell you have a unique position now, is someone who has a close personal friendship with. The president the ear of the president of the United States is. It your goal to recast America as. A Christian love nation. Well first of all you've given A laundry list of some of, my greatest hits but, they're only been somewhat out of context look the most historic. Claim, of. Christianity the bedrock belief is. That Jesus Christ is the only way to happen so that is not a headline making belief that Christians, believe. That faith in Christ is the only way to heaven and as. Far as Mormonism it is a theological call the southern Baptist convention, has called it a cult enlisted it that, way it's not a part of historic Christianity Islam. Is a false religion I I do not back away. From saying it is a false religion faith, in, Christ is the only way to be saved so. Clearly a lot of people take issue with what you. Just said especially Muslims and Mormons but this is a country that was founded on religious liberty, gosh right so you still maintain that this should. Be a country that respects the rights of all absolately, and I? See, that in this, president either Delayed the President Trump when he talks about religious liberty he's not just, talking about Christian religious, liberty when you think about how this president has advanced evangelical. Christian, agenda. What are the ways in. Which Evangelos Christians have been treated or do you believe they've been. Treated as a persecuted minority in this country Well I think, there are certainly ways, in which they have been marginalized, and I mean here's the question you have. To ask yourself I mean why. Is it that for, the? First one hundred and, fifty years of our nation's? History, prayer in schools reading the bible Nativity displays all, of those things were not only. Allowed but they were, welcomed but then suddenly seventy years ago the supreme court decides these things. Are unconstitutional I ask liberals. All the time what change. More religiously diverse what did the country but did the constitution change no the establishment clause of the first amendment simply says, congress cannot establish a state religion that's what. It says but somehow has been perverted and twisted into outlawing prayer, and bible reading that's what I'm talking about that's the marginalization of Christianity and I believe that's why evangelical rallying around this president who wreck Sizes that, marginalization the Reverend Robert Jeffress is pastor of First Baptist Dallas one of. The largest Southern Baptists megachurches. In the country Reverend Jeffress. Thank you so much for coming in thanks for having me Rachel All right let me give you a big reason, to listen to this next story about a clams metabolism because. The essential conclusion is it is better to be lazy here's NPR's Laura Walmsley. Luke's trots is just at the university of Kansas who studies extinctions but he's not. So interested in big asteroid slamming into earth he studies small physical differences between animals that. Go extinct and ones that survive and the thing that he's really. Hung, up on is how animals use energy metabolism can, we look at metabolism is saying. Something about the likelihood of that species going extinct. He and his colleagues decided to. Study five million years. Of molluscs specifically I was looking at local bottles, and gastro politics which essentially are clams and snails, they, go almost to the beginnings, of animal life checking the metabolic rates have living clams, was pretty easy the researchers can watch their vital signs like respiration. But you you that for a fossil. Owns them obviously because they Anymore so instead they measured their shells and used climate models. To estimate the metabolic rates the results we find that the species that have. Gone extinct have higher metabolic rates than the species that currently living Yep it's survival. Of the sluggish on the individual level a higher metabolism is correlated with higher rates of. Mortality Amstel decay that scales up to the level of the species. Is, probably the finding of this study and it means, that metabolic rate could potentially be. Used to predict future extinction patterns but he cautions. The results only apply to molluscs. So we'll have to. Wait for more research to see if this finding, applies to vertebrates am certain couch dwelling organisms Laura? Walmsley NPR news This is NPR news and with another look at the Wednesday morning commute, around the bay area here's Joe McConnell second other problem for the concord area southbound.

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"first baptist dallas" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:34 min | 2 years ago

"first baptist dallas" Discussed on KQED Radio

"NPR news I'm David Greene in. Culver City California and I'm Rachel Martin in Washington DC President Trump. Hosted a big dinner party at the White House the other night, even though guest described it as a state dinner with. All the fanfare that goes with that there. Were no, heads of state in attendance there were a lot of people who. Have become very important to, the president though evangelical. Christian leaders Reverend Robert Jeffress was there, he's pastor of First Baptist Dallas it's one of the largest southern Baptist mega megachurches in the country I suppose if. There were headline to come out of the evening it would be this evangelical remain enthusiastically United behind Trump I didn't sense any diminishing of support there in fact it, was really a half state. Dinner, and a half campaign rally I spoke with Reverend Jefferson our studio yesterday morning this was before reports surfaced about comments President Trump made at that dinner according to the New York Times and the Washington Post Trump floated. A harsh warning if democ Kratz win control of congress in the midterms. He said quote they will overturn everything that we've done and they'll do it, quickly and violently I asked Reverend Jeffress about why. He supports President Trump and specifically. How Christian leaders square the president's admission that he paid hush money. To a porn star with their religious convictions well look I think, evangelical understand there's a difference between supporting president's policies in. Supporting individual behavior although this is diametrically opposed. To how, evangelical Christians approached Bill Clinton in that time evangelical said you cannot. Compartmentalize someone's morality well I, guess because it came. Down to in November of two thousand, sixteen binary choice and I don't know in what moral universe anybody could argue that Hillary Clinton is more moral than Donald Trump Of course Democrats and many other Republicans would argue different I mean when you talk about sleeping with a porn star when you talk about paying hush. Money, when, you talk, about mistrust the president has stated time and again these are things that. Even local Christians in particular yeah find to be anathema and we could do a litany of, Hillary Clinton's offenses but that's. Really, not the purpose of the program the fact is the gospel message is all of, us have sand we've all fallen short of. God's glory we all are centers we all need to save savior What policies do you. Like that President Trump has supported without doubt Donald Trump, has been? The, most pro life, pro religious, liberty pro, conservative judiciary president of any president in history. And that, includes either in the bushes or Ronald Reagan and, that's why these evangelical enthusiastically supporting in, the past you have called, Islam and the Mormon faith. Heresies and, I'm quoting now from the pit of hell you. Have, said Judaism and Hinduism. Lead people to hell you have a unique position now, is someone who has a close personal friendship with. The president the ear of the president of the United States is. It your goal to recast America as. A Christian love nation. Well first of all you've given A laundry list of, some of my greatest, hits but they're only been somewhat out of context look the, most? Historic claim of Christianity the bedrock belief is that Jesus Christ is the only way to happen. So. That is not a headline making believe, that Christians believe that faith in Christ is the only way to heaven. And as far as Mormonism it is at the logical call the, southern Baptist convention his called a cult and, listed it that way it's not a part of historic. Christianity Islam is a false religion I do not back. Away from saying it is a false religion, faith, in Christ is the only way to be saved. So clearly a lot of people take issue with what. You said especially Muslims and Mormons but this is a country that was founded on religious liberty, right so you still maintain that this should be. A country that respects the rights of all those absolutely, and I? See, that in this, president I've Delayed the. President Trump when he talks about religious liberty he's not just talking, about Christian religious liberty, when you think about how this president has advanced in evangelical. Christian? Agenda what are the ways in which evangelical Christians have been treated or do you believe they've? Been. Treated as a persecuted minority in this, country Well I, think there are certainly, ways in which they have been, marginalized and I mean here's the question you. Have to ask yourself I mean. Why is it that, for? The first one hundred and fifty? Years, of our nation's history prayer in schools reading the, bible Nativity displays all of those things. Were not only allowed. But they were welcomed but then suddenly seventy years ago the supreme court decides. These things are unconstitutional I. Ask liberals all the time. What change more religiously diverse what did did the constitution change no the establishment clause of the first amendment simply says congress, could not establish the state religion that's what. It says but somehow that has been perverted and twisted into outlawing prayer, and bible reading that's what I'm talking about that's the marginalization of Christianity and I believe that's why evangelical rallying around this president who wreck Sizes. That marginalization the Reverend Robert Jeffress is pastor of First Baptist Dallas one of. The largest southern Baptist megachurches. In the country Reverend Jeffers. Thank you so much for coming in thanks for having me Rachel I let me give you a big reason to, listen to this next story about a clams metabolism because the. Essential conclusion is it is better to be lazy here's NPR's Laura Wamsley Luke's. Trots is a paleontologist at the university of Kansas who studies extinctions but he's not so. Interested in big asteroid slamming? Into earth he studies small physical differences between animals that go extinct. And ones that survive and the thing that he's really hung up. On, is how animals use energy their metabolism can we, look at metabolism it'll say. Something about the likelihood of that particular species going extinct. He and his colleagues decided to. Study five million years. Of molluscs specifically I was looking at local bottles, and gastro pods which essentially clams and snails. They, go back, almost to, the beginnings of animal life checking the metabolic rates have, living clams was pretty easy the researchers can watch their vital signs. Like respiration but you call that for. A fossil autism obviously because Not respond anymore, so instead they measured their shells and used climate models to. Estimate the metabolic rates the results we find that these species that have gone. Extinct have higher metabolic rate staying the species that have still currently living yet its survival. Of the sluggish on the? Individual level a higher metabolism is correlated with higher rates of mortality. Amstel decay that scales up to the level of the species is. Probably, the finding of this study and it means that, metabolic rate could potentially be. Used to predict future extinction patterns but he cautions the. Results only apply to mollusks swell. Have to wait for. More research to see if this finding applies to, vertebrates and certain couch dwelling organisms.

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"first baptist dallas" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"first baptist dallas" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"On wbap in thirty minutes dr robert jeffers joins me the past first baptist dallas to talk about people marking the thoughts and prayers for the victims in sutherland springs mocking it mocking in in lambasting and lampooning people and their prayers and and and to saying you know how pathetic these folks are and that's not going to get us anywhere meanwhile dwyer a dole hanging power away dean dwayne talks about the stats his this problem goes deeper than just a statue we're in good faith ogdc taking statue down stature yes sir statue dwayne is now go dwayne is now going after john our aaa because any convention next year in dallas and he's blaming them and says that they need to make money to people who are gun dan whose families are gone down even if it is songs who have nothing to do with gun the gun lobby or anything like that or or proganda the second other desserts thugs who steal guns and get stolen guns and kill people stolen nuns and kill people that are are sports me people to supposed to care about many of whom are in a from the same community when dwayne talks about you know african american people or people of color being targeted he wants theory to pay it's all very far either wants a third who gets his hands on a gun illegally it's the air got gotta hear this is all this is great this is such a fun in classic thing it i want to be too insulting either but i shall quite amateurish let let me play the audio for you on this you've got to hear this is really some asked us from fox for is going to have to call them out some one in i'm led some one this is i have the begin to stand up to folks like gary because is gun violence is domestic violence these things that are happening the area is thought yasser dean default mostar in both surge is.

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"first baptist dallas" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"first baptist dallas" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"A join me and texas law she on saturday night live from the five thirty and choose martz relocation rivoli hanging out talk second amendment tshauma firearms of their four thirty five thirty july eight hey i want to taste announced to coming up tomorrow not tonight but tomorrow at nine p m duct robert jeffress joins me live from washington dc he is going to be doing an amazing event in dc with the first baptist dallas choir and president donald trump it's an unbelievable night act act what's the at the recalled the kennedy center the most of most prestigious places to perform and have a performance that the kennedy center it started with county hall they did county gall last year i i church choir and orchestra be invited to county hall in new york now it's at the kennedy center and you can go you can go it's free now you've got a of out there but but the tickets are free to see president trump and unbelievable night of uh spectacular entertainment of patriotic entertainment and duct jeffers will be speaking and then president trump speaks so you just won't wanna miss this tomorrow on it's not tomorrow saturday night in dc you can stop the flame in a big old jet airliner the tickets a free so go.

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