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"Halley story proves my original point it's about elimination so as a young kid I get called up in a Bill by his secretary Nicole and Nicole says coach Ross wants to see it which is usually never good that's not gonna be good so I go up to his office and he says here's what I want you to do and he lays it out I for me want you to go through all the notebooks now there's no computers in 87 so and there's no tape in 86 is when this happened there's no video it's all 16 millimeter and so there's no really that so you have to read the reports to get an understanding of what's happening and so I went through all the reports he gave me a criteria to look for and essentially I came up with about three names Dan McMillan from Colorado State, Romell Andrews from Tennessee University of Tennessee at Martin not at Knoxville at Martin and Charles Talley and James Madison and that's just from reading the reports and then I got the video in I had the 16 millimeter tape on it and watched it and then he called the meeting and we went upstairs to the meeting room which was very small and he we put the can I put I threaded the tape through the 16 millimeter projector and he watched one play and turned off the machine and says we don't need to look at anything else that's Michael Lombardi a former Super Bowl winning NFL executive we've got more with him up next so stick around including one story we cannot get around Travis Kelsey and Taylor Swift sitting in a tree she is incredible in the fact that her demographics follow her and you know you look at what I mean all of a sudden you get 350 increases in your Instagram following I mean Kelsey the smartest thing he ever did is try to get a date with her you're listening to the Bloomberg Business of Sports Bloomberg radio around the world I'm Emily check when you get your news from Bloomberg you don't just get the story you get the story behind the story how your EVs battery may not be as green as it seems why a decrease in global birth could rates send countries scrambling to increase immigration you get context and context changes how you see things how you change things because context changes everything go to bloomberg com to get context together we have the opportunity to build a more sustainable and inclusive future at the Bloomberg new economy forum we help make this possibility a reality by cultivating new connections among leaders that transcend geographies industries and ideologies because when global leaders work together outcomes
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"To find all our podcasts there but again there's a way for you to catch up all right right to it we got stories some coming up retail theft blame for the upcoming closure of two popular stores more calls for water conservation even though we had all this rain and Seattle's mayor outlines a budget planned it all happened this past week this just is a fraction of the stories you're about to hear now it's time for us to get to our first story and help you catch up those stores announcing targets it will close nine stores of major cities this will also affect a couple here in Seattle the retailer cited organized retail crime threatening the safety of its workers and customers as the reason for its decision the company says it's taken a variety of steps to stop crime in its stores but larger security teams and theft deterrent tools just weren't enough in Seattle the Ballard and University Way locations will be permanently shuttered October 1st affected employees will be offered transfers to another target location Kathy O 'Shea Northwest News Radio so with the plans to close the two target stores in Seattle only shed new light on retail Bill Swartz in fact says Washington State's retailers are doing their part to take on a growing issue to shut down a whole store I guess because of theft I guess it must be really bad that woman telling Komo TV she was surprised to the learn Target store in Ballard and another in Seattle's University District will close October 21st Organized retail theft rings have been running rampant in Seattle and the Evergreen State the National Retail Federation national our partner estimates that over 2 .7 billion dollars have been stolen from Washington retailers just last year Mark Johnson is senior VP of policy and government affairs for the Washington Retail Association representing businesses small to large with more than 400 ,000 workers brazen crooks often help themselves to arm loads and merchandise knowing there won't be many consequences shoplifting and violent robbery says Johnson threatens workers and customers safety Bill that is of concern to retailers the most important thing and that's why these stores were closing is maintaining the safety for our team members and for our customers if we can't to provide a safe shopping and working environment things have to change when stores get ripped off costs are passed on to consumers when stores close local governments lose tax revenue Johnson says many retailers in Washington State including Target's Issaquah store have worked with police to address the problem and it's really been paying dividends the partnership is tremendous not only with Target but with many other retailers in the of city Issaquah Johnson also applauds the state attorney general's new organized retail theft task force they're hiring five new staff prosecutors investigators data analysts to staff up this task force we're hoping it sends the very unwelcome mad out to these criminal crime rings and saying don't come to Washington because the likelihood of you being apprehended and prosecuted is increase Washington significantly retailers hope federal and state laws going after crooks who resell stolen merchandise will also make a difference. I'm Bill Swartz, Northwest News Radio. research research centered on converting office buildings into apartments has identified nearly a hundred local candidates for for conversion including Seattle's landmark Smith Tower a newly published paper by the National Bureau of Economic Research names 98 office buildings across Seattle Tacoma and Bellevue as good candidates for conversion into residential units the Seattle Times reports the 10 largest downtown Seattle buildings named in the research include the Smith Tower the Seattle Tower near 3rd and University and the 34 story Western building home of Seattle based Western hotels corporate offices could such conversions actually happen opposed pandemic glut of office space combined with a critical shortage makes the idea attractive but it's a very old prospect undertake case Creel with Seattle architecture firm Gensler recently told Northwest News Radio the expense of office to residential conversion is hard to justify without government we don't have an incentive structure that does help tax incentive perspective the study new finds about 11 percent of office buildings nationwide are suitable for residential conversion Corwin Haake Northwest News Radio thank you Corwin it took years but this past week the Federal Trade Commission filed a sweeping antitrust trust lawsuit against Amazon this for monopolizing the e -commerce market Amazon is accused of using its power to raise prices on consumers and charge higher fees to sellers on its platform Google and Amazon deliberately abuse their monopoly power John Logan is a professor of labor and employment
Fresh update on "first story" discussed on Elevation with Steven Furtick
"One trumpet can collapse a 12-foot wall. That's God math. That's not man's math. When you get in man's math, you start saying they're bigger than us. They're stronger than us. It's greater than us. But when you know that he is for you who can be against you even if the whole host of the enemy's path rises up. I love it. There's just one story in the Old Testament the prophet named Elisha can I preach for a minute the prophet named Elisha sends a servant out to check in the morning the servant comes back and says we're in trouble. There's more of them than there are of us. Elisha said he's not seeing this right. God is saying over somebody you are not seeing this right. You're on the wrong app. You keep pulling up your map. You keep pulling up your calculator. You keep doing your math, but I got news for you where God guides he provides. Watch this if it's God's map is God's math. So when you find yourself in a remote area and you don't know what to do or how to do it or what to do it with if I just came for three people. I wanted you to know that if you're where he puts you if you're where he puts you if you're where he puts you then you have what you need. If it's God's map. It's God's math. So the prophet said open his eyes that he may see that there are more with us than with them. That's that God math. Yeah, all of us who are bad at man's math. Let's get good at God's math man's math says there's nothing there but several cloud the size of a man's hand God's math says I hear the sound of the abundance of rain getting ready to swell in your life. Yeah, that's God's math. That's God's math. I want to have a class called God's math and we only need one thing to show in the class. It's just one thing if you want to write it down. You can write it down. We don't need a whole semester. We don't need a whole course. I don't even need but five more minutes show them what God's math looks like. That's God's mad. That's God's mad. That's God's math. It's not a hashtag. It's a prophecy. It says that whatever I'm going through is not greater than the God who knew I would be in this remote place with this limited resource. Yeah, but I only got six more months with my kids. That's not enough. It is if you let God do the math he can take six months and accomplish more than you could in six years come out of man's math women's math. I don't need men's math any longer because God knew what I would need for this season and I have never been in a situation that God called me to and felt like I was enough in that situation. Never enough is not a feeling. Enough is a place of faith. That God is greater. God math. God math. You glad you came to the class today? Get your number two pencil. Make sure it's fully sharpened. I know life has you in a place right now where you never knew you'd be the disciples could relate. The interesting thing about this passage is they were no longer on the shores of Capernaum where they had done all of their ministry. They were now in a Gentile region. Having to feed people that were strangers to the covenant that they belong to and Jesus said I have compassion for these people and what that lets me know is that God saw my situation coming before I did. And he put in me what I need before I felt the need arise. So if I say this to a crowd. Then it has a very limited yield. But God sees people today. Who are navigating and not enough in your life. And you know that not enough so well that it has almost become your name. It has almost become your name for some of you. It is the shame of the mistakes that you have made that is keeping you stuck in this season. And by man's math, we all fall short of the glory of God. But God's Matt says that his grace is greater shout greater shout greater shout greater. That's the one word. I want in your spirit about your God for whatever you're facing today and as simple as it sounds if the disciples had realized that God's plan was greater. They would have never asked the question. Where are we going to get enough? You don't have to ask about bread when you're standing next to it. So let's get serious about this now. You're navigating and not enough in your life. And part of the problem with that is that you tried before and it wasn't enough. Tried to hold the marriage together, but it wasn't enough. Tried to bring the kid back, but it wasn't enough. Tried to start the business, but it wasn't enough. Tried to bridge it through 2020 2021 in it wasn't enough and now you think that you aren't enough and by man's math, you're right. None is righteous. No, not one. But I love the compassion of Christ that we're celebrating in Matthew 15 for the Bible says that he will leave the 99 to find the one from men's perspective. That doesn't make much sense to leave the greater for the lesser. One thing I love about God is that the one who starts out with the least can end up with the most. After all, it's just simple math. It's simple math. When the disciples had five loaves, they fed five thousand and they had 12 baskets left over. When they had seven loaves, they fed four thousand and they only had seven basketfuls left over. Stay with me. This is important. This is the point I wanted to preach to this is what I wanted you to leave with about God's math and about the not enough that you're navigating in your life right now about the weakness that God's strength is made perfect in about the mistakes that you cannot redeem in your own human effort. That's the six that's man's math seven is God's number seven is the number of completion. You are complete in Christ. You do not have a righteousness that comes from you. Your righteousness is not your own it is received. It is an inheritance. It was purchased by Jesus and given by God. It is shed abroad in your heart through the Holy Spirit and isn't it interesting that when they only had five loaves they ended up with 12 baskets when they had seven loaves, they ended up with seven baskets the miracle that started with the least ended with the most. I prophesy over your situation. I prophesy over everybody who didn't get a good education. I prophesy over everybody who didn't get a good start in life and was not shown what real love looked like I prophesy over everybody who didn't have a guide to show you how to navigate this transitional period of your life that in the That's God's math. And if you feel weak today, that's a good starting place because from the starting place of your weakness comes a strength that is greater. I said a strength that is greater and a power that is greater and the grace that is greater. So you started with five but you end with 12 so you started cast down but you're ending lifted up so you started in a broken home, but you're going forward made whole because Christ has compassion and he is more than enough. For you for you less bread to begin with more baskets to end with blessed are the poor in spirit for theirs is the kingdom of heaven if you've got needs if you've got weakness if you've got space God can fill it and I love what James 1 5 taught me. He said if any of you lacks wisdom. You should ask. God. Ask God whatever you lack ask he's able ask him ask him God. I need somebody in my life right now to help me through this ask him. But as you are asking him for what you think you need. Make sure that you thank him for what you already have. I want to sing an old song but I don't remember all the words to it. It was like, um. Wonderful grace of our matchless. Grace that do good line right here. Yonder to Calvary's Mount Alport. There where the blood of the lamb was still now, this is the God math there where the blood of the lamb was still where one drop of his blood is greater than any sin you would ever commit. That's God math. Man math. You can keep the girl math. You can keep the man math. I want the God math where one drop of his atoning blood one mention of his name. Look there is flowing a crimson tide wider than snow. May you be today watch this Grace. Grace grace that will pardon and cleanse that is greater than all sing that like you got it. And God has a grace for your situation today. Stand your feet lift your hands to heaven and receive it. Grace Grace God grace that will pardon and cleanse claim it now is yours. Heads bowed eyes closed. I want to invite somebody to receive the grace of Jesus Christ in your life today. This message was for you. A sinner in need of a Savior this message was for you. An orphan in need of a father this message was for you a back slider in need of a homecoming this message is for you. He leaves the 99 and I don't know why he did it, but he found the one. He sees people not crowds. And that Grace is calling your name right now and you know, it will lead you in a prayer right now to receive the grace of God for those of you who are today ready to put your faith in Jesus Christ and receive his grace to cover your sin. I'm going to pray a line and then you pray it. It's not a magical prayer. It's an opportunity for you to do what the Bible says to confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead. You will be saved right now. Today is the day of salvation harden not your hearts today is the day of salvation. If you pray this from your heart put your faith in Jesus Christ. You will be saved repeat after me Heavenly Father. I am a sinner in need of a Savior and I believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and the Savior of the world and today I make Jesus the Lord of my life. I believe he died that I would be forgiven and Rose again to give me life. I receive this new life. This is my new beginning on the count of three shoot your hand up if you prayed that 123 raise your hand right now right now God bless you right now God bless you right now God sees people God sees people God sees people. You can click the share button take a screenshot and share it on your social stories and tag us at elevation Church. Thanks again for listening. God bless you.
Fresh update on "first story" discussed on Bloomberg Business of Sports
"To yelling and screaming that's really not who he was he was very much a teacher in fact if you went into his office in Green Bay there were two plaques on the wall both of them for Teacher of the Year at St. Cecilia's High School in Red Bank New Jersey that's how much he prided himself on being a teacher so I think there's a little bit of a misunderstanding because there is a perception of a portrait of him as being a screamer and a yeller and a driver but he was an intellectual and I think that's why he was so successful and he would have continued but you're right 57 he dies at 57 I mean you know I can remember the day my mother told me that and the reason I'm in football is because of him because I saw him on the sidelines and he looked like somebody that belonged family at my dinner well Michael Michael I mean we say 57 years old I'm gonna give you another 27 years old 1986 you are credited for having discovered Hall of Fame defensive end Charles Haley now take us to you know today's game right and the coaches today and the scouts today I mean does that even happen anymore I mean what coaches I mean what scouts have the ability to uncover a Hall of of Famer that magnitude talk to us about today's game and which coaches have that Hall of Fame potential in your opinion well I mean look you know Andy Reid's going in the Hall of Fame Belichick's gonna go on the Hall of Fame Mike Tomlin's gonna go in the Hall they of have it you know I think Sean McVay has the potential Kyle Shanahan has the potential to get into the Hall of Fame as they keep developing and winning as they're going forward I think the Haley story proves my original point it's about elimination so as a young kid I get called up in a Bill Walsh's office by his secretary Nicole and Nicole says coach Walsh wants to see it which is usually never good that's not gonna be good so I go up to his office and he says here's what I want you to do and he lays it out I for me want you to go through all the notebooks now there's no computers in 87 so and there's no tape in 86 is when this happened to me there's no video it's all 16 and so there's no really that so you have to read the reports to get an understanding of what's happening and so I went through all the reports he gave me a criteria to look for and essentially I came up with about three names Dan McMillan from Colorado State, Romell Andrews from from from University Tennessee of Tennessee at Martin not at Knoxville at Mark and Charles Talley and James Madison and that's just from reading the reports and then I got the video in I got the 16 millimeter tape on it and watched it and then he called the meeting and we went upstairs to the meeting room which was very small and he we put the can I put I threaded the tape through the 16 millimeter projector and he watched one play and turned off the machine and says we don't need to look at anything else that's Michael Lombardi former a Super Bowl winning NFL executive we've got more with him up next so stick around including one story we cannot get around Travis Kelsey and Taylor Swift sitting living in a tree. she is incredible in the fact that her demographics follow her everywhere and you know you look at what I mean all of a sudden you get 350 increases in your Instagram following I mean Kelsey the smartest thing he ever did is try to get a date with her you're listening to the Bloomberg Business of Sports Bloomberg radio around the world when when you get your news from Bloomberg you don't just get the story you get the story behind the story how your EVs battery may not be as green as it seems why a decrease in global birth rates could in send countries scrambling to increase immigration you get context and context changes how you see things how you change things because context changes everything go to Bloomberg to get context together we have the opportunity to build a more sustainable and inclusive future at the Bloomberg New Economy forum we help make this possibility a reality by cultivating new connections among global leaders that transcend geographies industries and ideologies because when global leaders work together the outcomes benefit all