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"george whitfield" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"george whitfield" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"People. That need ministering to and we all. We all need ministering to well. Absolutely man well. I think back to You know reading the grating, and I think back to Edwards and Whitfield Gilbert tenant. Men like this to would you know The whole point of the great awakening was this incredible revival that took place I in America and beyond at the Gospel was proclaimed. An these Presbyterian preachers would preach these these these incredible sermons that would do everything that we've talked about right. They would talk about the doctrine of God the doctor to sin or need for a savior, and again you can't understand salvation and savior without understanding sin, right people would be. This book says they would be wail. Over being broken over their sin, and there were so many converts. There were so many people who were professing faith in Christ But, but when you read the great awakening, you will see. That, one of the things that these pastors and niece faithful men fought against was those false conversions was were people that would say that they they were profess Christ, but they didn't possess true religion. How great awakening words that and so so these men would meet with these people you know is about George Whitfield George Whitfield going approaching these sermons and revival, breaking out true movement of the Holy Spirit, and were the Holy Spirit is convicting of sin, and and regeneration is happening, and and people are getting it, but but again they would spend the time. To to do that right to to shepherd the the the flock of God and and providing an and being proving to be examples to the flock as as as I, Peter Five, three says and. You I think about Paul Washer right at for praise mill. The last time we were there, he said look. I've got to get on a plane. But if the Lord is moving in your heart and your life, and and if I could I would spend as many hours with you as I, as I could is needed because your soul is.

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"george whitfield" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

12:32 min | 1 year ago

"george whitfield" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Martin Luther George Whitfield William both George Washington carver sergeant Alvin York Alexander Solzhenitsyn and Billy Graham have in common well I haven't come in Eric Metaxas and they are the subject of Eric's brand new book with and Moore's seven more man and the secrets of their greatness it is a book that inspired the time that we need inspiration my friend Eric Metaxas joins us now good morning Eric good morning to you my friend thanks for having me on I can talk about Chuck dot I can talk about the corona virus but I prefer to talk about seven more men now you know Franklin is rule of seven which is that you've got to say seven more man seven times are people will remember seven more men and they will be able to order seven more men from Amazon or Barnes and noble or anywhere it's up you're about to shy on seven more minutes what could be more easy than to remember seven more men seven more men seven more men what could be easier it's it's the sequel to my book seven men and I also wrote a book called seven women and I got a book coming out a year from now seven more women the bottom line as you know my friend is that we need heroes in this culture we're living in a weird time where we celebrate the anti heroes or we lift up people as heroes who are not heroes and when I wrote seven man I thought I want to tell the stories of people that are just yet you know inherently inspiring when you encounter the story of this person or that personalidad George Washington carver you come away a little different you can't you can't I can't help it that's that's my my understanding as I've written these books is that anyone who encounters that story it just it just inspires you to want to be a better person you can't I can't help it and I'm not really I'm not just saying that I've I've noticed this over and over and over that it's inspiring and you know actually during that time I am this weird time we're going through that what can I do so that when I come out of this I'll be a better person my theory is if you encounter these lives it will it will change you so I am very true that's what we're we're going to talk about my favorite chapter in a second make you gasp but I I do have one beef Eric Metaxas about seven more men one very big beef you mention my commencement but you don't mention that it's my commencement you know something I actually forgot it was your commencement all I remember is that you and I discussed this at a Socrates in the city event I really forgot that you were there in the rain the listening to the great profit Alexander Solzhenitsyn I can't believe that whoa Russian for two hours next to Alan Keyes behind the editor of the Harvard crimson it was smoking dope it was like the perfect collapse of the west moment written a memoir like I think that that just that one anecdote entitles you to write a whole memoir well I've done I've done little bits but now let's turn to the guy I but I know most of the stories I've read your great biography of Martin Luther so I know him pretty well what I did not know what inspired me what will inspire readers about seven more men are every chapter but especially the details of George Whitfield's life I I you know I know about the Great Awakening because I studied political theory I know about the founding in the framing of the pamphleteers I know about what would feel dead I I know the eighteen thousand sermons the twelve thousand other talks I know all about that I had no idea about his backstory why what I who never read read read out by George this is why I mean I actually put some of it in my book if you can keep it which we discussed on this program but my theory is that you cannot understand America if you care about America and American style freedom self government liberty if you care about those things you have got to understand this story George Whitfield is right at the center we could never have become the country we became without George Whitfield that sounds crazy but the fact that matters that ought to be taught in every public school in America there is no way you get to seventeen seventy six without the preaching up and down the thirteen colonies like a maniac of George Whitfield is an historical fact you don't like that you don't need to like it but it is a fact there's no way you get to where we got without George Whitfield I want people to have this fact I could pick any fact from seven more men by Eric Metaxas this is the fact they want people to remember eighty percent of Americans by the time of George Whitefield's death in seventeen seventy eight out of ten Americans have heard him preach in person because of course there was no other way to hear someone preach in seventeen to eight out of ten Americans have heard one man speak that it's astonishing look the man was an absolute celebrity at a time when there was no such thing as celebrities we we have to understand I say the same thing about Martin Luther in his day this that it was a time without celebrities you had no access to the to the famous people who is a famous person the king the queen you would never glimpse them in a million years well guess what and this guy was everywhere just like it just like Martin Luther I mean he he would speak and people they they they could not they they would travel miles and miles to catch a glimpse of him to hear his voice he was a legend anyone you think about it you I mean what makes it crazy to me is that at a time when is no TV no radio no anything there there was literally nothing like this there were no massive bands except when George Whitfield would show up in a field and preach and his voice was such that Benjamin Franklin figured this out the candy skeptic Yankee skeptic Ben Franklin figured out that in fact thirty thousand people we have been able to hear the voice of Whitfield when he was preaching he had the kind of a voice he'd been trained as an actor in his teens and he would project is voice so that is as many as thirty thousand people at once we're able to hear him and he would preach four times a day I mean it's not like you would preach twice a week or once a week he was just a maniac he would travel and travel and travel I think he talked himself into an early grave it's just a a crazy thing in one of the other things about him that that just grabs me I can't I can't even believe this is true but I know I've now research that is that when he died in seventeen seventy he happened to be preaching in Newbury port Massachusetts and he was buried in the crypt at Newburyport in seventeen seventy and seven years later we had a little guy called Benedict Arnold who was still on our side he was one of our great heroes in the war until he became very trader and he took his troops to visit the grave of George Whitfield they opened the crypt and the body had molder did did nothing but parts of his clothing we're still intact they cut off slices of the clothing industry be did it to the troops as a holy relic because this man had come to embody America he had come to embody the very thing they were all fighting for it's one of the most crazy things but we know what we are witness accounts and you know I've done the research that that they did this as a way to say we are we need something so what what can we get we're going to get that the the closing off of this hero who is synonymous with America and he was an evangelist I mean it is just absolutely you know we everybody should know this stuff everyone should if only for the excerpt of the Nathan Cole farmer letter yeah about George Whitfield you want to buy seven more men if only to read that excerpt now I have one question I have one comment one question one challenge my comment is when George Whitfield gets a dead cat hurled at him and pieces of dead cat an entire dog I think well it Twitter there was a Twitter around then that's why that was the Twitter equivalent in the seventies right that's right number two I believe deeply that when people read this they'll be moved emotionally not just by the story of George Whitfield but by these other heroes yeah my challenge to you Eric is I know you're gonna write seven more women this is going to be another New York times bestseller I think you need to write about seven evil man I think you know you have the knowledge about evil you need get it out there what about this is kind of funny you say that because I'm actually I actually thought about that seven days seven instead of seven great man seven evil man because the fact of the matter is you're right we need to know those stories too I I you know it's funny as what we're talking here the reason that I've written these biographies and I mean the Martin Luther and the Wilberforce and the and the and the loser for for the reason I wrote them I didn't know when I started out it is only after I wrote one offer that people kept saying to me how inspiring these are into and we need more stuff like this and I thought well I can't write full length biographies and by the way not everybody likes to read at three or four five hundred page book about one person so I said you know if I can tell a story in a chapter people need to know it's almost like our souls you know just as much as you need vitamins to survive you're going to get sick if you if you're if you're not taking this you're taking this are eating the right vegetables if you don't feed your soul with these positive stories that are so inspiring you're not going to be the person you're supposed to be so I I honestly feel like it is a duty that I have to get these stories out there they're easy to read but I really have thought of writing a book called seven evil man because you're quite right that we need to see how much one life can do for good or for ill and how what we do every day affect everyone around us so I will the president for your series the president for your application here because our vocational broadcasting but your your passion in writing is my my second favorite but I would think scripture with me to the proverbial desert island but after that I would take Plutarch's lives and they're paired and they are they examine the human condition and when you add evil people in with these great people that would be wonderful I got out we got a minute left Eric the book is seven more men of all these people that you have written about who is most moved you who's changed Eric my taxes the most well it's hard not to save on offer only because I spent the most time writing that book it's my biggest book I spent you know instead of giving hundreds of speeches on bond offer and because I have a personal connection to him because my mother and my grandmother and they grew up in Germany during this time my grandfather was killed and I dedicate the book to him some of the the barn office story is really sort of what woke me up to the fact that the time is now to speak up the time is now to say what I think is right I cannot keep my powder dry for ever the battle has begun we are in the culture war and if people don't speak up especially conservatives and especially Christians we're going to be sorry in the near future that will not go up when we had the freedom a technical question I I always turn my radio voice you do too buys was Whitfield high pitched like Lincoln or what's the low pitched I think he was he was hyped as he was a slight figure I think he would he would have been more high pitched but it's it's hard to say it's kind of funny they're trying to think about these these figures from history what they sounded like that we know that George Washington carver had it had a high pitched type voice he had an illness in his youth actually that's the story that brings tears to my eyes the African American George Washington carver one of the.

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June 17th, 1765 in Williamsburg Virginia

5 Minutes in Church History

04:10 min | 2 years ago

June 17th, 1765 in Williamsburg Virginia

"On this episode. I'm once again on location in colonial oneal Williamsburg in Virginia last time we were together. We were outside of Bruton Parish Church a congregation that was founded an Anglican congregation Gatien that was founded in sixteen seventy four Williamsburg was founded as a town in sixteen thirty eight and of course Jamestown Jamestown was the original capital but in sixteen ninety nine the capital of the colony was moved to here and it held that capital all the way until seventeen eighty when and during the revolutionary war it was deemed that Richmond would be a safer place well we are interested in the year seventeen sixty five in fact a date in seventeen sixty five on June seventeen seventeen sixty five a group of seventeen men got together and petitioned Russian the court here and Williamsburg. This is what they requested. We intend to make use of a house in the city of Williamsburg situated on part of a lot belonging to Mr George Davenport as a place for the public worship of God. According to the Protestant Austin dissenters of the Presbyterian denomination well. This is an Anglican colony. The Anglican Church is the the established church and these seventeen presbyterians wanted an authorized legal Presbyterian church to be established they actually actually added a ps two it and the PS was this as we are unable to obtain a settled minister. We intend this place at present only for occasional worship when we have opportunity to hear any legally qualified minister well. The city of Williamsburg granted their request. They established their church perch. It was just a small little modest meeting houses. They mentioned they're not even able to have a settled minister. I walked it off and it measures about twenty two defeat by thirty six feet and in this very simple meeting house these presbyterians met member how Paul ends Romans by listing listing off a number of people well here are seventeen names William Smith John Connolly Walter Lenox James Holdcroft Robert Burke Nicholson John orchiston James Douglas James Atherton William Gemmell Edward Cummins Thomas Skinner Daniel Hoy John Bell James Smith William Brown John Morris and Charles Hankins. These were carpenters vendor's craftsman. Some of them worked in the courthouse. These were the seventeen who started this church on June. Seventeen seventeen sixty five these presbyterians came out of the great awakening. They were a new side Presbyterian Rian Church that meant that they were not only in favor of the great awakening but many of these were likely converted during the great awakening some of them might have been in converted under the Ministry of George Whitfield. Remember that sermon that we heard a paragraph from by Steve Lawson. Some of them might have been converted by I Samuel Davies Samuel Davies was a Presbyterian Missionary Tha Virginia his first wife died and his second wife was Jane Holt. Her family was a prominent family here Williamsburg and so Samuel Davies made many visits to the capital city not only to see his in laws but also to petition before the Virginia legislature and before the Virginia governor for Religious Freedom and no doubt bolstered these presbyterians that were here in Williamsburg one of those ministers who came occasionally to preach actually to those ministers who came occasionally here to preach once they've established their meeting eating house were trained by Samuel Davies well. That's the Presbyterian

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The Grand Tour of George Whitfield

5 Minutes in Church History

04:19 min | 2 years ago

The Grand Tour of George Whitfield

"Seventeen thirty nine what happened here well the grand evangelist himself the Grand Randy Tenor at George Whitfield came to Bruton Parish Church and preached a powerful evangelistic message right here. What's the significance of seventeen thirty nine in the life of George Whitfield well it begins his first American tour it will take him through all of seventeen forty and he will leave in January of seventeen forty he won and he was a sensation. I think in his journal he mentioned that people travel on horseback fourteen mile just to hear this one message to hear this sermon yeah and I know they traveled even further and other places in fact when Whitfield would come to preach most cities would just shut down. They would cancel judicial hearings. Ah Shop would close farmers would come out of the field. They would all come flocking to hear Whitfield pre. No one could compete no-one no-one. What was the title the sermon he gave her the title of sermon is what think he of Christ and is drawn from Matthew twenty two forty two and it's intentionally originally evangelistic because he understood this was a very religious place but without regeneration and without the new birth and so he was intentionally probing the heart and the mind to the chase. Let's cut to the chase. He's got one opportunity what Thinki- of Christ and we are standing standing right here at the church yard of Bruton Parish Church outside and we don't know whether what field was inside or outside likely was probably outside yes so so we are here with him in spirit centuries later and I thought if you could read for us near Great George Whitfield voice a choice paragraph from this sermon yeah to treat S. two yeah this is just one paragraph and it's still early in the message and it shows how just energized he was in the very beginning of this message and so here's Whitfield some and I fear a multitude which no man can easily number are among us who call themselves Christians and yet seldom or never ever seriously think of Jesus Christ it all let me just hit the pause the tax what thinking of Christ what Winfield is saying is the problem is you don't even think about Christ it all and so he goes on to elaborate they think of their shops and their farms their plays they're balls their assemblies and Horse Races Bass for Christ the author and finisher of faith the Lord who has bought poor centers with his precious blood and who is the only thing worthy thinking of alas. He is not in at all and their thoughts or at most in very few of their thoughts but believe me. Oh you earthly sensual well Karnal minded professors however little you may think of Christ now or however industriously you may strive to keep him out of your thought by pursuing suing the lust of the flesh the losted the eyes and the pride of life yet there is a time coming when you will wish you had thought of Christ more and of your pleasure is your less so he is driving at the heart that you must give Christ the place of preeminence. You know it's earlier in the sermon in you. We talked about this earlier. Are this great line from Whitfield. He is unworthy of the name of minister who is unwilling to die for the truth of the Lord Jesus and Whitfield certainly was that he he was he was willing to die and he was often attacked for preaching sermons like this there were death threats on his life and actual real threats upon his life as he even be sleeping in bed and people break into the room and try to stab him to death but Whitfield was willing to die for the message to seal it with his own blood if necessary and a preacher who's not willing to die for his message is rarely powerful as he would live for the message and he did all that for the sake of the Gospel Amen Well. That's Dr Steve Lawson. Listen on George Whitfield on location in Williamsburg Virginia and I'm Steve Nichols and thanks for listening to five minutes in Church history for more ordination or to listen to past episodes. Please visit five minutes in Church history dot com.

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An Introduction to the Life of Samuel Davies

5 Minutes in Church History

04:20 min | 2 years ago

An Introduction to the Life of Samuel Davies

"On this episode. I'm on location in Virginia and we're here to talk about the missionary or possible to Virginia's he was known Samuel Davies. Samuel Davies was born on November the third seventeen twenty three three as a young man. He was educated at Blair's log college. This is Samuel Blair. This is in Chester County Pennsylvania Blair's log college. It was modeled after the original log college of the tenants over in the shamanic Pennsylvania that of course became Princeton University but this is Blair's log college. When he was finished with his education he was ordained as a minister in seventeen forty seven at the age of twenty four and the presbytery sent him to Hanover County Virginia George Whitfield had gone through Hanover county in seventeen forty five and so are they sent along Samuel Davies to help some of those seeds that had been sown grow. The ten years that Samuel Davies was there from seventeen seventeen forty-seven through the end of seventeen fifty seven those years are known as the years of the Hanover revivals was during that time that Davies I started seven churches and he pastored those seven churches he taught many not only of the whites here in Virginia but also African Americans some slaves freed African Americans he taught Indians he wanted to establish a college log college like he had been trained at but he just wasn't able to all of those seven churches so we had a college on wheels he would carry along in his wagon books and he would just give out books to various students young men who showed promise in the church to be trained as he would go from church to church well in seventeen. I'm fifty three for two years. He took a hiatus from his ministry here in Virginia and joined Gilbert tenant to go to England on a fundraising tour for for the College of New Jersey which would come to be called Princeton. It was a very successful fundraising tour and they were able to raise enough money to build Nassau Hall aw there on the campus of Princeton and when it was built it was the largest building an all of the American colonies and Samuel Davies helped raise the money seventeen fifty nine year before the death of Jonathan Edwards as president of Princeton the trustees of Princeton invite Samuel Davies to come and be the president. He arrives sometime in the fall of seventeen fifty nine. He serves there for about eighteen months and he dies in seventeen eighteen sixty one of consumption as we look at Samuel Davies Life. We can see five things that marked his life. I was his oratory. Sorry he was quite a speaker. Patrick Henry would come in here. Samuel Davies preaches often as he could because he was just so impressed by his rhetorical skill skill and how he could just hold an audience and how he could be so persuasive with the spoken word. Secondly is religious liberty. This was an Anglican colony. He was a dissenter he was illegal here in Virginia and he constantly had to petition for his presence in for or these churches that he had planted to be established he would argue in the capital at Williamsburg based on the sixteen eighty nine act of tolerate that there should be religious freedom here in the colonies. Thomas Jefferson used his arguments to later argue for religious liberty. He was committed education should not only training students here as he pastored these churches but also as president of Princeton. He was a poet he wrote many poems. He wrote a hymn who who is a pardoning. God like the or who has grace so rich and free and finally he was a preacher he preached for the conversion and the salvation of men well that is Samuel Davies the apostle to Virginia born on November third seventeen twenty three died died on February four seventeen sixty one and I'm Steve Nichols. Thanks for listening to

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"george whitfield" Discussed on Prescribing Truth Podcast

Prescribing Truth Podcast

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"george whitfield" Discussed on Prescribing Truth Podcast

"Into daunting Jonathan Edwards, and George Whitfield this there's going to be great. It's gonna be interest. There are no people watch his channel or who disagreed probably like, well, I'm not going to watch it because our note going to say you got to say, they're not raise you're going to say. Your we're okay. They are Christians Christmas brothers and more watch. I get you. I get you you're willing. You're right. That's right. You don't have to you know. I just think me personally would we deal with truth? And even if you disagree is good to hear what the other side is to say, you don't actually listen to what the same and deal with the argument. This me, you know, even if you don't agree with it deal with the argument, if there are holding argument found those holes Brigham open, and in film with some all truth filling with truth, if there aren't hosing it, and you see there's some consistency there within the only thing they do is accept it. You know, accept it. As what we do. Who remember everybody this world is full of errors. But he only thing that a doctor prescribes is true patriots. I'll be available for quick moment on the post show. And remember we haven't a discourse coming up soon. Stay tuned for that. Also once again, you can Email me call me, I'm a number you want to discuss this further with me support me on patriot. Please. I thank you very much. If not appreciate your prayers, just a dollar and get you on supposed show in a pre show when everything just check out the website and just let me know thinking, you know, all kinds of stuff. All right, grace and peace prescribe. Trebol your pilot chis- the board serpent, we deserve it crash chain. In a world average, the only thing stock. Rob shish through.

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"george whitfield" Discussed on Prescribing Truth

Prescribing Truth

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"george whitfield" Discussed on Prescribing Truth

"Into daunting Jonathan Edwards, and George Whitfield this there's going to be great. It's gonna be interest. There are no people watch his channel or who disagreed probably like, well, I'm not going to watch it because our note going to say you got to say, they're not raise you're going to say. Your we're okay. They are Christians Christmas brothers and more watch. I get you. I get you you're willing. You're right. That's right. You don't have to you know. I just think me personally would we deal with truth? And even if you disagree is good to hear what the other side is to say, you don't actually listen to what the same and deal with the argument. This me, you know, even if you don't agree with it deal with the argument, if there are holding argument found those holes Brigham open, and in film with some all truth filling with truth, if there aren't hosing it, and you see there's some consistency there within the only thing they do is accept it. You know, accept it. As what we do. Who remember everybody this world is full of errors. But he only thing that a doctor prescribes is true patriots. I'll be available for quick moment on the post show. And remember we haven't a discourse coming up soon. Stay tuned for that. Also once again, you can Email me call me, I'm a number you want to discuss this further with me support me on patriot. Please. I thank you very much. If not appreciate your prayers, just a dollar and get you on supposed show in a pre show when everything just check out the website and just let me know thinking, you know, all kinds of stuff. All right, grace and peace prescribe. Trebol your pilot chis- the board serpent, we deserve it crash chain. In a world average, the only thing stock. Rob shish through.

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"george whitfield" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"george whitfield" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Absolutely i totally agree and i've just been hearing people pumping up about he can take them to ten win season and i don't know i highly doubt that he was struggling for a second physician at his last fought so i don't know i just was hearing some i don't know i don't know when i've seen an athlete do less on their forget talking to various experts about him one in particular george whitfield who used to be the quarterback wished on whisper on game day and he told me he was one of the brightest prospects coming out of high school he's ever seen and i've never seen it and listen baker mayfield a while before he became baker mayfield and maybe the right place but i just know with my own money i wouldn't bet on them actually i agree when it comes to sink or swim i think that was going on there but anyway thank you all have a great day i take you really good call and great great question mike is up next mike go right ahead i got a question do you think auburn made the right decision given him on extension and everything the coach let's let's talk about this for a second because here here was the situation i don't think it's i don't think it's a it's a it's a black and white answer he was probably going to go to arkansas the new president at at auburn who was faced with losing a veteran coach who had just beaten to number one teams having to look for another coach from ever the timeframe tennessee had struck out so that's why he did it gus malzahn worth forty nine million dollars over seven years that's the going rate so that that's those are the situation what do you think.

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"george whitfield" Discussed on The Simms And Lefkoe Podcast

The Simms And Lefkoe Podcast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"george whitfield" Discussed on The Simms And Lefkoe Podcast

"The easiest team to say that too because bill's not going to give them media the time to set the record straight he doesn't care what you say go ahead whatever i would patriots for everything exactly bill belichick loves darius right like he's never going to get on alcohol malcolm baller broke a rule with the team he's just he's not gonna make it public and now come could say he's innocent all you wants bills just going to let it go on he's going to say that it's just the way bill goes i don't know if you do left goes pr for agents but wouldn't it have been smarter for the agent to plant this anonymously use the media have them attributed to an anonymous instead of baker's messing up while that his guys been drafted number one yet now he's a power agent now he's trying to get guys for next year he has to build up his name just like jordan palmer does look a few years ago who was the quarterback guy that we all knew george whitfield chinaman's held in pan out george whitfield fell off jordan palmer its name for himself there's a reason why jordan palmer's handing the ball to josh allen before every throw oh because he's building brand spread this agent is trying to get other top guys and go man i can get you the patriots can get i got johnny wheeler he's got build his name i only wrote down his agent because i don't play that game well i know a pr you're trying to get i honestly thought to like you know this is like yeah benefits him and his client of course baker mayfield i also thought just the cleveland and the alonzo highsmith press conference that it made me think like men to cleveland call baker mayfield's agent to to make sure he goes around and spread some of these things because of the backlash that baker was the number one pick and all that so they need to win over the fan base we kind of felt a little bit about this and i'm just going to we're gonna take you behind the curtain here for sims left go we talked about the arizona cardinals actually wanting josh allen instead of josh rosen bleacher report push all of it and your first thought was i'm not really big fan of this because i don't want to hurt josh rosen.

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"george whitfield" Discussed on The NFL Show

The NFL Show

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"george whitfield" Discussed on The NFL Show

"At the liver if you can't deliver it it's the first time you've been the touted guy and if you can't deliver and you gotta play in cleveland and wendy stadium in november and december and you gotta make some really tight throws in some tough conditions districts dealers who are fast on defense see this is what i don't think people understand about quarterbacks is is when the defense becomes faster it it's really important for the quarterback to be fast to be deliberate to be precise and to make those and it's the small margin of error it goes back to brett farve always said about hey some quarterbacks can hit the doorknob some can at the door and the great ones throw it through the keyhole and that's where you got to do an in that weather whoa that's a problem and let's talk about a guy that's going to be in some weather at another quarterback the the the third quarterback that was taken in this draft and that is josh allen quarterback out of wyoming someone that many would say probably would hopefully at the door deathly would not throw it through the keyhole he's had some accuracy issues but he does have the hands he does have the six foot five frame and he does seem like the right fit for the buffalo bills you know i i think buffalo's going to have to develop the sky and grow with them and hope they can correct some of the accuracy issues now jordan palmer claims that he's fixed some of this through his workout through time that he wasn't palmer i mean he's fixing everybody george whitfield must be jealousy brubeck georgia will we've to get the broom back i i mean so anyway they think they can fix it i think the weather i tweeted out that you know laramie wyoming i get their weather's bad but laramie wyoming doesn't have a lot of pro players playing on the field with the weather.

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"george whitfield" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"george whitfield" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"Thank you dr course he's automatically second tier why don't you ought to be second to you play it out put it out where the facts what what did they put for in terms of evidence and then let's look at the over the table that's right of how i've seen it yeah that's that's fascinating stuff we're talking to quarterback george whitfield on the shell pennzoil performance line so let's talk about jackson then this is a guy who has the resume and while you've said the resume is done everybody's sort of esta look at it objectively he's the guy who isn't getting a great campaign because potentially because he doesn't have an age out there helping them work on people are saying he's tough to get in touch with but i would argue his runway goes back farther than all the other guys because he's having to pay the price for all sorts of other players that are being associated with him but kind of the same way baker mayfield is what do you make of jackson and do you think he's hindred himself at all with some of the questions about whether guys can get in touch with them and get to know him so that that first thing is problematic that's that's easy that's problematic to build a team and a a process which is going to engage see mostly with with the league you're into this flow now so in college you know if it was your thing to kind of go dark and the other like all that stuff is fine and it is a fact no agent right so it's not i mean that's you wanna do differently or whatever but go no agent with the universal number that everybody can still reach you on or name somebody your point person or whatever it is but you know it's different i get it if people saying this is what i kind of heard about from his team.

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"george whitfield" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"george whitfield" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"So here we go again speaking george whitfield he is janis personal quarterback coach and guru and he's tried to stick with jani through thick and mostly thin johnny got really thin about two years ago he looks scary so i mean excuse me communicated with my friend george whitfield last night i've been very close to this story probably to close from the start and george said he was a little surprise that so many teams are now showing interest in johnny manziel that he's upped his percentage to slightly better than fifty percent the johnny will get signed and at least taken to camp why nfl team just taking the camp and then who knows what would happen after that way more way more than my ten to fifteen percent skill i would have been probably lower than yours while twenty four hours ago so after i communicated with george last night i started thinking wonder if he's going to pull this thing off 'cause i used to love johnny football and then late last night i like slap myself in the face and said you're doing it again falling back into the johnny football trap because it's easy to fall back into because i keep harking back to that day in collusive when johnny did a number on nick sabin defense remember that yes as a redshirt freshman at texas am on the way to winning heisman trophy and at the end of that year in the bowl game in the cotton bowl he just annihilated and you million my oklahoma sooners coached by the two stoops brothers and one was coaching defense and they just johnny ran for two hundred twenty nine yards in that get ran for it and threw for three hundred something well that was maj.

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"george whitfield" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"george whitfield" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"What he was his rookie is first year at a cleveland this is not about his ability to throw the football because i don't know the guru maybe he had a george whitfield or tom house a one of the mechanics and throwing the football in his camp this is not about on the field this is about off the field can johnny manziel driveby bar at ten o'clock at night with the neon sign that says open caney driveby skip and not park if car and go inside and stay till one two in the morning that's what they're going to need to know so someone's going to have to trust him in like he said i've had i've had spells where i've been really really good for short amount of time and that's the thing what you have to understand johnny so you can see why people are a little cynical giftable because you've shown this before and somehow you relapse back is just amazing to me skip that thirteen teams and not nice hard for me to believe that thirteen teams are going to show up to watch gathered slated to go six around maybe even rageous it's hard for me to believe that they just showed up for those too young or those couple of those email is hard for me to believe that skill and johnny get supported privileges that we know one quarterback that sat out of the nfl last year did not get afford it and that's one colin kaepernick and so for me if i'm cap i'm gonna find somebody that has a pro day has some receiver this lady to go in the later rounds because i don't want to be accused of upstaging someone's workout and i go through them and so why they're looking at those guys they can see how i spend the football and that i'm more than capable of playing in the nfl.

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"george whitfield" Discussed on The NFL Show

The NFL Show

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"george whitfield" Discussed on The NFL Show

"The about this guy who's trying to claim that he fixed hackenberg from the off season is what's his name george whitfield no no we haven't heard from with bill so he might be on america's most that'd be the real dv i mean whitfield we haven't heard from whitfield and forever here's saved anybody in broom yeah i mean i don't know but this now there's another guy claiming at the combine that he fixed hackenberg so like how could you fix hackenberg hasn't played a game since the end of the season like where is he fixing them for madden seventeen maybe that'd be nice i asked read i mean there's some believe then you know it's makes you crazy people were actually right people believe it you hackenberg got fixed i think that people believe in hackenberg so much because of that freshman year penn state and he's never gonna live back up to that hype for whatever it was it was almost like you became johnny football people remember some pastime of how great hit kris nakamura was at this one time at penn state and they still want him to come back to that so everyone still buys back into the story but i don't think it's gonna work out yeah i don't think so anyway like hackenberg okay so they are the jets he's there if the jets give him any reps there going to be making their take he's a progress stopper and this is what you really have to get away from you can't have guys that get in the way of guys development you've given hackenberg time to develop that's enough right it's time for him to go somewhere else to try to get he can't take reps away good reps quality reps away from players that you're trying to develop or else progress get stopped we'll talk about cleveland and so we get rid of kaiser kinds out so so kaiser so so he he's now on a new home right with the packers which i think is the best thing for cars or so so i mean look i i've talked to a lot of people in the league about him and this kid was really really conflicted i mean shoe was killing this kid all hugh is the greatest.

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"george whitfield" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"george whitfield" Discussed on First and Last

"So what you really really need is well abroad and gilbert's get on the same page but it doesn't seem like that possible eletrobras willing to commit to clean up for years to come which he clearly is not willing to do that to me is endangering everything when you are as this functional as the cleveland cavaliers have appeared hell anybody beach at that point and that's what we witness right now first and last year on espn radio in the ears pierre an app so this is all about mom and dad but you want to blame the kids as real mature cleveland this is all about lebron james gilbert away it's always been but we want to blame kevin love the brown out here in the offseason showing off working out with kevin love ucla i've got your back kavan all just a throne of lies and at that point you thought while that was really just to try and make high reserving jealous to say look we're good don't need you see how happy i am my new over here or back at his old stomping grounds making him feel loved invalidated but no all this time really just trying to do the best he can keep the family together but the minute things get tough what do they do you default back and just like anything else this is like a quarterback trying to change their throwing motion you can work on offseason mechanics all you want you can drilled into the ground you could show me you on the beach getting hit by george whitfield's pool noodles him waving broomsticks at you and you make it all the right throws but the minute you get back into live bullets and get back into real game time action that long throw emotions come back that things get a dip down by the hip and everyone on defense didn't know where you're telegraphing throws the cleveland cavaliers.

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"george whitfield" Discussed on Herbstreit and Fitzsimmons

Herbstreit and Fitzsimmons

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"george whitfield" Discussed on Herbstreit and Fitzsimmons

"And with him man you don't have to ever worry about that that is classic buud and he does love many soaks it up i didn't know we were going on that tangent i was just trying to bring up an observation bog fire watch it filming his kid it's all right a new dna but how did no alert working with george whitfield stuff all the other prizes here's the other thing he watches the elite eleven every night and he's like that if you if you caught up with you in the fifth episode yet unit who wins and i'm like not not now now now i don't know he's like bedlam right now right these like hurry up catch up digital at i watch less episode with you on like i i i also absolutely fantastic guy with curbs uw fitzsimmons coming up next you'll hear from a guy that is a hunting on the number one team in the country herbie sat down with baker mayfield we'll get we'll get details in that conversation an will get you ready for week ten mark key matchups as the second half of the college football season with a college football rankings out it now began to serbian fits thanks for being here with us i just saved hundreds of dollars by switching to guy cal i'm so happy i feel like i can fly disclaimer you will not be able to fly by switching to dot com this is against the laws of physics and nature if you find yourself line policcy professional and or medical help immediately and the unlikely event you find yourself line you might be a superhero or a pigeon over superhero named peter woman who was bitten by a radioactive pigeon if you are indeed bid woman michael returns all muslims in publishing rights in the event pits woman the movie becomes a top grossing hollywood blockbuster gaiko fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more.

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"george whitfield" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"george whitfield" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"And i remember my dad on the sideline doing this kid that's it he didn't care about the twenty and i just do a push up and find find your ear pad everything but uh always supportive always had the overarching thing about the team mass when we we didn't throw a ton but did you we did you play the to carry out your fakes as a linebacker he said that's going to help your you're running back uh are you winning you know and conditioning all those elements and he just wanted you to just enjoy the experience because he knows just like everybody in here knows this game whoa help prepare you and propel you long beyond this so at least enjoy it while you're in there it's going to be some months pale days you and i still i i still rely on him now but i wish you know the cause could be about you know that third down 'cause there you know we're we're we're we're talking about other quarterbacks thirddown caused yes still very special and we appreciate you come in on this is great thanks for for coming in being with us yes links charge apps or is what an honor what an honor thank you george thank you come back on attack each day thank you to george whitfield for that very insightful talk conversation about being a quarterback coach quarterback send and get a chance talk about san diego where we both spent a lot of time i know he still lives there an and down i don't miss it but i love going back so he ah he's got he's got san diego taken care of right now for me but now from from twitter big housego blue one.

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"george whitfield" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"george whitfield" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"When we get back george whitfield on attack each day the harbaugh boss spots podcast podcast you you're listening to attack each day the harbaugh's podcast near my name is easy schuster and i'm rich eisen words heating up once again in the studio with our new path mr enrich podcast one one born in case you're wondering what the show's abound sometimes were not just sports you see what i'm saying that we actually like being an event we do enough to work together i think hillary did that's why we have spent enough time other that were sitting your podcast one so we're sports cats castres and we're parents's will talk sports and may be the parental god's will be suggest that every now and then i would hope so because this is not an xray a podcast none of us had originally friendly it is exactly that so we're just going to be hanging out talk of sports and other stuff and i will try to edge hey you on all things in the nfl is like yours behind every great man is a woman that's correct join us every wednesday exclusively on podcast one subscribed today pino is good for you on apple podcast soren high blood dot com or download the funding in podcast one in half half come to give belhassine stock up on everything you need for your hunt you'll find savings on your favorite hunting brands like avian acts frowning winchester and more plus get two hundred dollars office easy you as a deal over in under shotgun bring the whole family for a weekend of fun we have seminars activities in prices get ready for the hunt now to october 25th only at kabila's see store for details now back to attack each day the harbaugh's podcast welcome back to attack each day the harbas podcasts we are joined in house on location with our distinguished guest quarterback guru mentor to the stars tv personality i whatever you call yourself george we have massed one tiger nathela neiger george whitfield jr son of the famous george whitfield senior and.

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"george whitfield" Discussed on Ringer University

Ringer University

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"george whitfield" Discussed on Ringer University

"If he but you live this offseason you have gotten all of the author offseason redemption stories there's he has quotes about talking and talking about how when he google himself the first thing that comes up is his mugshot along the on one hundred percent in on him using that as motivation he spent part of the offseason training with college football's favourite qb guru slashed djeddai george whitfield 100 percent in on that end he may have ended last season like pre poorly but but there's not a lot of defense in the in the big 12 anz i just cannot get that two thousand fourteen performance out of my head and i'm going to believing kenny trail until the day that he's he's no longer a member of the college football universe does he still like being calls kenny trail now i think he's he's like officially hang it up that's part of the part of the all of these stories about him turning the page is he is now kennydale so you're going to you're going to keep your like his biggest fan but also his worst enemy because he keep bringing up the it's it's hard to reconcile at makes you just go by can if you can i know that's his father who was a major league baseball players a here's a quote from kenny hill man i'm old this is why here excited about and i may amend on him let's go from the big 12 at west roger we'll talk about the pac 12 the teams of no entering this season usc who finished last season quite strong quiz yes i would you be people are excited about yes stamford steady is always in the division oregon looking to take a step back after being an enormous disaster last season josh rosen still there were seen overshadowed by charles in the pac 12 which the prediction for the twenty thousand campaign and you didn't did you mentioned washington even i did not even mentioned the defended playoff ending yet playoff participant and conference champion correct so i might my team in this.

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"george whitfield" Discussed on The FunnyMaine Podcast

The FunnyMaine Podcast

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"george whitfield" Discussed on The FunnyMaine Podcast

"A me mason downfield throw there was a long touchdown to a wide open guy like you look like the prospect that everybody was waiting on but here's the thing we the fans are not around you guys every day like two coaches so was not about just your first one or two series that we had in a usc game this was something that was going way back to when you first came in the previous year as a freshman and there was some stuff that we as fans for gabon coaches did not forget your coaches did not forget that in the first two spring scrimmages you had a total of six interceptions six interceptions three of which were returned for touchdowns saddiqui yet six interceptions in two games three of which were returned for touchdowns you win and work with george whitfield of very popular quarterback coach whose work with the likes of kamnu andrew luck jamus winston if you watch years pa simona all the time you went to work with this man came back improved in some areas and you got better get better but you didn't get good enough for the alabama program but they still entrusted you they still gave you the keys to the cars that hey go out and prove it would giving you the start not jaylen hurts were given new start is yours to lose and you lost it that's competition i understand people have been praising you probably says you in the eighth might gray which golden armenia and yet height but this alabama is a different culture bro we don't care about all of that all we care about is can you win games and you couldn't get that done there wasn't a decision that one coach made definitely wasn't says let us fans made collectively the team and the coaches said you're not the guy so i was a mad at you for and i felt like it was better for you to transfer but if you bought it my respect and in respect of everybody around our program you would have kept competing.

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