35 Burst results for "Good Samaritan"

 NYPD officers, bystander save man who fell on subway tracks

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

NYPD officers, bystander save man who fell on subway tracks

"A dramatic rescue on the subway tracks in New York City's east Harlem on Thanksgiving. Two NYPD officers and a good Samaritan raced to save a man who fell on the tracks plucking him out of the way of an oncoming train and it was all caught on an officer's body cam. You hear the commotion in the oncoming train police say the man fell by accident Thanksgiving afternoon he's going to be okay. The officers were on the opposite platform when they saw him. They ran up outside across the street and back down to the other platform to get him. The good Samaritan was already on the tracks. They got the man up, but when one officer tried to climb up his gun belt caught on something and he had to be lifted out just

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"good samaritan" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

Evangelism on SermonAudio

05:37 min | Last month

"good samaritan" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

"Okay, we need to be prepared for resistance for ignorance and the effect of incorrect teaching. That makes it really interesting. Somebody used a description a while back saying it's like playing three dimensional chess. I don't know if any of you ever watched on Star Trek, but they'd have three chess boards, one on top of each other and somehow all of them are part of the playing field and there's three of them. And it sounds terrible. And I won't be able to do that with a real chess board, but that's what I got to do in life. I got to know how to talk to people. Who grew up in church? And still don't know the lord. But they think they do. I got to talk to people who've never been in church. They don't know an apostle from an epistle. I got to talk to people who have been taught to hate the gospel. Hate the Bible. Hate Christians. I got to talk to people who've been indoctrinated in other things. False Christianity, cults, other isms and religions, the secular mind, the ones that are all material. We believe science. That's become a God to some people. I believe in the God who makes the real science is thinking God's thoughts after him, but I digress. Okay, we need to be familiar with the stories, the parables, other illustrations that the Bible uses. These are the things that sometimes open up people's minds and hearts and creates a beautiful segue into them comprehending truth and caring about it. Now, there are other kinds of illustrations that aren't in the Bible, but they're illustrations. We can compare God's word to a mirror, you know? Actually, that is in the Bible. But sometimes we can get an illustration, isn't biblical, but we need to make sure it can be used biblically. Not just because it sounds good. You can get yourself down some dead end roads. If you start making up illustrations and they don't fit what scripture you're actually teaches. But lots of people have gone ahead of us and thought of these things, and so studying for illustration, you're preparing to give answers to people. Proper says something about that, a person that prepares to answer.

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"good samaritan" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

Evangelism on SermonAudio

04:14 min | Last month

"good samaritan" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

"Revolutionary thought children are people? So give them the whole council of God. Do a tactfully. Just like you would with people who don't know much and others who know more, but all of us ought to try to be able to teach the truth to a child. To a person who has never heard anything, you don't have to know everything to do that. Just know what you know. And then you'll keep learning a little more and a little more because hopefully you'll actually want to teach yourself because you are getting drawn in when you see what it does to other people and when you see how it treats you, I get under great conviction when I'm talking to kids club as I'm breaking it down at the child level, man alive, it becomes very clear to me and some of our workers have testified the same thing, but they learn a lot. A kids club. Okay, well, we need to use the law to bring people to Christ. I mean, that simulation three, the laws are schoolmaster to bring us to Christ. A lot of people are fond of saying, oh, that's in the law. We don't need the law. And we're under grace. Well, display the diamonds on black velvet. The law presents the background of what sin is of who we are that is sinners, how does pleasing this is to God? What God's standard is, and it provides a black backdrop, then the diamonds of God's grace sparkle. When you realize what Jesus came to do, fulfill that law for us, pay for our debt of sin, change our nature and make us lovers of the lord. So that the spirit of life in Christ Jesus can now live in us. Yes, we need to know how to use the law. Yeah, start with the ten commandments. There's other laws in there too.

"good samaritan" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

Evangelism on SermonAudio

04:08 min | Last month

"good samaritan" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

"Be amazed which you can see, change in your spouse. If you are going forward and being all the things that a spouse should be. And here, don't wait for somebody else to read the book on being a neighbor. You be the neighbor. Treat people in that neighborly way, that loving way that attentive way, that carrying away and watch what happens. Opportunities will arise that you might not have ever noticed because they weren't enshrouded in religious ceremony. And again, Jesus gets to the point in verse 37, when the other man answered he that showed mercy on him, that was the one who was a neighbor. Jesus said unto him, go and do thou likewise. There needs to be some kind of closure here. What do I think of this? What am I going to do with it? Doctrines for doing knowledge is for living. Thy word is a lamp unto my easy chair. Oh, no, no. Feet. Implies walking. And the lamps they use back then, the suspended from a chain, a lantern would leave a circle around your feet. And if you want to see much farther, you got to take a step in the light than you see more. Take another step, see more. And so what we do understand is what we should first be concerned about, not what we don't understand what we do understand. And if we act on that, he's this faithful with little, will be faithful with much. Okay, so conclusions that we get out of something like this. We need ourselves to have a correct understanding of the words of scripture in their context. Are we being asked too much? Sounds daunting, doesn't it? But just get started. Worry about what you do understand and do something with that. Then you'll understand more. And you can do something with that. We need to be able to guide people into the scriptures because Paul said I am pure from the blood of all men because I am not shunned to declare and do all the counsel of God. Now, you can say, well, he's an apostle. You know, he's made that way. I can't do that. And you can say that, you may not have been called to be a pastor or a theologian or something. But everybody here should be able to comprehend

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"good samaritan" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

Evangelism on SermonAudio

04:33 min | Last month

"good samaritan" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

"Have questions, but we still can learn from this example of how to help someone begin the process of biblical thinking. Sometimes scripture verses are like little cliches that some people. And sometimes they're actually in the Bible and sometimes they're not. I had a relative years ago used to say, as the Bible says, God helps those who help themselves. Well, anyways, answering questions with questions and stories. It invokes people to get involved. It invokes them to think and answer something. And sometimes people learn what they say. When you've challenged them and they say something, that records in their mind a little more strongly than if you just said it all. So. Ask a person if they know what the Bible has to say on a certain subject. Again, inverse 26. What is written in the law? How do you read it? What is said and what does that mean to you? They have to think, they have to reply that they have to say something. The next point here is ask them what they think it means, help them to draw the right conclusions. Maybe they don't know what it means. Maybe they don't know what to think. Help them. Maybe they'll draw the wrong conclusion, help them. Show them the ideal standard that God has set. And there it is in verse 26 to 28, thou shalt love the lord thy God with all thy heart, all thy soul, all the strength and all thy mind, and thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself. Great answer. Now, the question is, can this man say, well, I'm already done all that. And Jesus could ask him questions to make him wonder. But the man offered his own segue into the conversation by saying, and who is my neighbor? Looking for loopholes. It's so much like what the lawyers were like. Who do I have to love? Come on. And they're already trying to get out of something. But you show them the ideal standard that God has set. Sometimes we want to make it easy on folks, and we want to make it so light, like, you know, we're all centers. So let's get to the part where Jesus died and paid for your sins.

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"good samaritan" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

Evangelism on SermonAudio

05:28 min | Last month

"good samaritan" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

"Now of these three do you think was neighbor unto him that fell among the thieves? And he said, he that showed mercy on him. Then said, Jesus unto him, go and do thou like wise. Okay, the bigger picture of what we're focusing on is ministry, not just four Jesus, but with him. And if we're going to let this mine be in us, which was in Christ Jesus. We're not going to simply imitate Jesus. We're going to think with him, we don't just pray in his name in a sense, if you look at what Jesus is doing today, according to Romans 8, is we pray with him. We work with him. We're conscious of his presence. We're depending on it. We seek him. And the act 6 four priority comes back to my mind here. Prayer in the ministry of the word, not just coming up with some snazzy outlines and teachings. No, prayer of the minister of the word means I'm consulting Jesus and consulting the mind of the lord, the spirit of the lord, so we have this question that I find rather haunting. What is written in the law? How do you read it? Okay, so previously, we had observed how Christ ministered the word. And in a sense, in a big sense, Christ is the word. And therefore, when I'm ministering scripture, I'm menacing Christ, I'm giving scripture so I can release Christ into people's minds and hearts. I want to create this kind of environment where the sense of Jesus is there. It puts a certain reverence to it. Sometimes when people try to be soul winners, they get to almost commercialize it like they're a smart talk in salesman, trying to sell a car or something. I'm not trying to pick one card salesman today, but you know, salesman can learn their routines and their tactics, their techniques, and sometimes people just learn techniques and tactics, and they're working people. I don't believe this is ministering with Christ. But to create an environment and we can't control what other people are thinking, but if we create the right environment, the lore can have a sense of reverence. In our conversation, it's important. I remember when my father died, I didn't know it, but we had a subdivision built around us. We moved there, it was just a big field, and eventually a whole subdivision was built, paved roads. And my father would write his bike around in the evening, but if he saw some neighbors out, he'd pull over and get into a chat. And that didn't tell us a whole bunch about it. He establishes doing his thing. And he wasn't just friendly. He was trying to sew seat. And it didn't know until after dad passed away. The neighbors came to our House. Actually, some came representing the others. They had taken up a collection for mom and that was touching.

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"good samaritan" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

Evangelism on SermonAudio

02:41 min | Last month

"good samaritan" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

"Please take your bibles. And turn to Luke, chapter ten last week. We talked about Jesus sending out 70, two by two. Reaching communities, reaching places where Jesus planned to follow up and do more work there. He sent them out and gave us a chance to consider how the lord sends us out and yet attends to things with us. And right from that, after Jesus responded to them when they came back and encouraged them and instructed them a little more, but all of a sudden, one person came to him and interesting that one story leads to the other like this. But in Luke chapter ten, I start with verse 25, going to read to 37, and behold a certain lawyer stood up and tempted him saying, master, what shall I do to inherit eternal life? He said unto him, what is written in the law? How reedus thou or how do you read it? And he answering said, thou shalt love the lord thy God with all thy heart and with all thy soul and with all thy strength and with all thy mind. And thy neighbor, as thyself. And he said unto him, you have answered right. This do and you shall live. But he willing to justify himself, said unto Jesus. And who is my neighbor? And Jesus answered, saying, a certain man went down from Jerusalem to Jericho and fell among thieves, which stripped him of his raiment and wounded him and departed, leaving him half dead. And by chance there came down a certain priest that way, and he saw him when he saw him, he passed by on the other side. And likewise, a levite, what he was at the place came and looked on him and passed by on the other side. But a certain Samaritan, as he journeyed, came where he was, and when he saw him, he had compassion on him. And he went to him and bound up his wounds, pouring in oil and wine, and set him on his own beast and brought him to an inn and took care of him. And on the morrow, when he departed, he took out two pence, and gave them to the host and said unto him, take care of him, and whatsoever you spend more when I come again, I will repay you.

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Why Did a Good Samaritan Firefighter Get Executed in Missouri?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | Last month

Why Did a Good Samaritan Firefighter Get Executed in Missouri?

"Just want to finish on this story here. It's so unbelievable. This firefighter was trying to do the right thing, be a good Samaritan and it turned into a messy situation. He was trying to restrain this thug who was making a big scene, and then the girlfriend takes his gun, takes the boyfriend's gun, is that right, and my understanding that correctly takes the boyfriend's illegal gun, and then shoots him in the back. He might say, Charlie, don't call him a thug. He's a convicted felon with an illegal gun, okay? That's a fact. You become a convicted felon with an illegal gun, you get the term thug. Cut one 24. It's very hard to watch. This would be a national news story. And now why am I focusing on this? Well, first of all, it's going viral. A lot of people are talking about it. Let's play cut one 24 and then I'm going to give you a little bit of a spicy take on this. Play cut one 24. Let's go. Here we go. Stop. Cell phone video captured some of that fight between 41 year old Anthony Santi and 23 year old Jay von Taylor. Witnesses tell KNBC the fight may have lasted as long as ten minutes. Stop. How you doing? Give on Taylor's girlfriend pulled out a gun, and ultimately killed Anthony sante. Killed the firefighter. Ten minutes, by the way, where are the cops? What's going on here? And by the way, he instigated the entire thing by causing a scene in there so the firefighter tries to be a good Samaritan and tries to restrain him and he ends up getting killed for it. Police forces have completely decayed thanks to all of this reckoning of the Ferguson effect. So people have to start to take things into their own hands. Just like the mccloskeys did. Here's a sad fact and it makes me very upset to say this. Which is this is going to result in people being less likely to want to help other people in situations like this.

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Coast Guard ends search for 9 missing in floatplane crash

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Coast Guard ends search for 9 missing in floatplane crash

"The coast guard has ended its search for 9 missing people in a float plane crash The U.S. coast guard has suspended its search for 9 people who were missing after a float plane crashed in the waters northwest of Seattle the body of a tenth person was recovered by a good Samaritan on Sunday The coast guard says all next of kin had been notified of Monday's decision to suspend the search Authorities say the cause of the crash is unknown the NTSB is sending a 7 person team to investigate I'm Shelley Adler

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Eric Discusses Jesus' Bombshell of Unconditional Love With Jeff Myers

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:02 min | 3 months ago

Eric Discusses Jesus' Bombshell of Unconditional Love With Jeff Myers

"Is amazing that at the end of the book, you do get into this and you talk about things that Jesus said that are counterintuitive, putting it mildly. They're kind of like infuriating provocative counterintuitive. What? They're like bombs being thrown into our world. So like to reorder everything. And I love what you talk about when you talk about how he tells us to love. The man who was set upon by robbers, right? At the end of the story, the good Samaritan and how it's not about because we treat someone right, that will lead them on the right path or whatever. It really is just about unconditional love, that that Jesus is modeling for us, this idea of loving the unlovable and giving the results to God. So it's just about doing what God does and trust in God with the results. Not about doing something to get something or to kind of to force somebody to change in a way. I mean, I just thought that was a kind of a major point.

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Sweltering heat strikes US East Coast, Deep South

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

Sweltering heat strikes US East Coast, Deep South

"Sweltering heat strikes the east coast I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest Dangerously high temperatures are threatening much of the northeast and Deep South as millions of Americans seek comfort from air conditioners fire hydrants fountains and cooling centers meteorologist Tony Picasso with the national weather service says hot temperatures will continue for at least several more days It looks like the hottest day will be on Sunday where we could see some widespread records or approaching records with temperatures in the middle and upper 90s and even near 100° especially between Philadelphia and New York City Brooklyn resident Vince butler says he doesn't even have air conditioning You got to take at least two three showers Officials urge people to seek shelter drink lots of water and be good samaritans by checking on elderly neighbors for signs of distress I'm Lisa

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90% of U.S. Gun Owners Own to Protect Their Families

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

90% of U.S. Gun Owners Own to Protect Their Families

"Not a good Samaritan, this guy elisha dickon is a great Samaritan. And he illustrated a very important point that the left would prefer you not know. That by and large, overwhelmingly, 99% of law abiding gun owners in America. Only own a gun to protect themselves and their families. They may be hunters, they may be marksmen, but primarily people own guns to protect their families, and thank God that Indiana's concealed carry law went into effect otherwise we would have been talking about a massacre. And given more ammo for the left to go after an all out gun grab. Which is apparently coming possibly as early as this week.

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CBS Reporter Justin Kollar Rages Against Indiana Mall Good Samaritan

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:43 min | 4 months ago

CBS Reporter Justin Kollar Rages Against Indiana Mall Good Samaritan

"Dickon is the hero. 22 years old, he had a handgun with that guy started shooting in the food court, mister dicken instead of running away and hiding took out his legal weapon, so he had a concealed carry, took it out and a immediately shot the gunman. And then the gunman stumbles into the bathroom and drops dead. The mayor, police chief, congressman Jim banks, anybody who is breathing in Indiana says without a doubt that guy stopped the gunman from committing a massacre and he's a good Samaritan. So that's that phrase set off the traffic reporter. And so the traffic reporter went on social media and he's all upset. And you can tell he's one of these woke angelicals. You can just see him coming from a mile away. The hair with half of the hair is there and the other half is shaved off and it's just a weird look. Man, a weird look. But I digress. So here's what he wrote. The term gets Samaritan came from a Bible passage of a man from scenario who stopped on the side of the road to help a man who was injured and ignored. I can not believe we live in a world where the term can be equally applied to someone killing someone. My God. You know, sir, you profess to be a Christian man, and yet you use God's name in a slur there. Might want to repent of that. So he's all upset because he doesn't believe you can call this man this hero, a good Samaritan.

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Police Identify "Good Samaritan" Who Stopped Indiana Mall Shooting

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:19 min | 5 months ago

Police Identify "Good Samaritan" Who Stopped Indiana Mall Shooting

"I wanted to talk to you because you have to both produce and anchor a broadcast. And the Indiana mall hero Elijah dicken is in the news. I want to know what your network and what you did with this story because news nation now is a straight up newscast. It's just the news. And this is a big story that's not really been covered. What did you do with the Indiana mall shooting? We thought it was really an incredible story. First of all, his heroics, we've now learned, or something out of a movie, even Hollywood wouldn't script a 22 year old with his girlfriend. Neutralizing a guy with an AR in 15 seconds. Remarkable, just on its face. But more importantly, in a time when there is so much debate over active shooters. And so much debate over how to stop them undoubtedly stopping them is a good thing. So much debate over weapons in America, whether people should be able to carry them or not and where they should carry them. The fact that somebody in a constitutional carry state neutralized and active shooter is real news.

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Uvalde School Board Blasted by Parents, Students in Meeting Last Night

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:40 min | 5 months ago

Uvalde School Board Blasted by Parents, Students in Meeting Last Night

"You valdi. Last night, parents went at it with the school board. How is it that any of these people still have jobs down there? I want you to take a listen to moms and dads speaking out students speaking out last night at the school board meeting. My daughter has something to say. This was the last dress that my all my friends saw me on. Most of those kids were my friends. And that's not good. And I don't want to go to your guys school if you don't have protection. And she's encouraging for her friends not to go to school too. Advocacy starts at this age. Leadership is standing up here and showing our children that that is not leadership. That is poor leadership. Nobody had to tell us what happened on May the 24th. We all saw the videos. And it's a shame, it's embarrassing to see that in action of our offices on that day. What a rude awakening at the expense of these children to understand how unprepared or agencies were. Do you think our officers that were in the schoolroom that day did their job yes or no? No, I'm not what I saw. So if they didn't do their job, why are we still employing them?

Rep. Loudermilk: We Didn't Talk About OPEC Until Biden Came In

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:38 min | 5 months ago

Rep. Loudermilk: We Didn't Talk About OPEC Until Biden Came In

"And one of the things I appreciate you pointing out here is not just ending the Keystone pipeline pulling the plug on that, but you've got these Democrats that are going after offshore drilling in the Gulf of Mexico. I mean, this is a very dangerous game to Democrats are playing. They are and they've actually included some provisions in the appropriations bills that will be brought up. This week. And so there's an old adage that when you're in a hole, quit digging, but they just keep digging. It's like, oh, we're going to fix this by reducing more American oil production. Toxins have been in Congress, we became energy independent, and it was actually during the Obama administration. Republicans in Congress ended a 40 year ban on exportation of U.S. oil. I was surprised to find out that we were the largest producer of oil in the world. We had the capacity to do that. Even greater than OPEC, so we passed a bill that forced Obama to sign it that ended the ban on exporting U.S. oil. Literally within weeks, we became the world's largest exporter of oil, which meant that OPEC no longer controlled the international price of oil. Everyone quit hearing about OPEC until Biden came into office and what does he do? He shuts down our domestic production. And now he's going over to OPEC countries to ask them to help us with their fuel prices. It makes no sense what these folks are doing. And then they just double down to try to make it worse.

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Rep. Loudermilk: Georgia Could Afford to Suspend Transporation Tax

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:42 min | 5 months ago

Rep. Loudermilk: Georgia Could Afford to Suspend Transporation Tax

"You are present a lot of the, well, they call them bedroom communities. A lot of commuters that in the Atlanta suburbs who drive in. So people in the Atlanta area, you're in your car a lot. And I have to imagine probably more so than any other place in the country. You guys are getting pounded by these high gas prices out there. Oh, absolutely. Now, one thing in Georgia that the governor did is he suspended the state transportation tax that was on fuel. Now, we could afford to do that in Georgia because the economy was doing so well that our transportation funds, we had some surplus there because the governor opened up the state instead of shutting the whole thing down during COVID. So we had the flexibility to do that. And so he has suspended it. So the travel and I do see Georgia has some of the lowest gas prices, which are still ridiculously high, but we're also seeing Georgia as a pass through for a lot of people heading down to Florida for their vacations. And from what I'm hearing is we are seeing lower than expected amounts of people traveling through the state because I think people are curtailing their travel because of the high gas prices. And so. Especially doing their summer vacation travel is they're cutting back. And so I think that's one of the reasons why you've seen this short term drop in stabilization and fuel prices is because the fuel industry was gearing up for the summer travel times and it just hasn't been there to the level they expected.

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Rep. Loudermilk: If You're Coming for Freedom, Leave Your Bad Policies

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:01 min | 5 months ago

Rep. Loudermilk: If You're Coming for Freedom, Leave Your Bad Policies

"Does? I mean, you look at the number of U hauls that are coming out of the state of California and moving to places like Texas and other free states. I mean, we're dealing with the same thing here in Tennessee, where we're getting a lot of these refugees from these blue states. I really hope it break congressman they leave their politics back home. Absolutely. It's just like some of the folks that seek asylum over here. That's fine. If you're coming for freedom, don't bring the ideology that caused you to lose your freedom from your other country. The same thing is. When you're coming from the foreign country of California, leave the bad policies behind otherwise you're going to leave this state again, right? So remember why you're moving to these states because they're run by freedom, loving Americans who believe in individual freedoms and liberties. And there is something that it's okay to believe in, which is American exceptionalism.

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Rep. Barry Loudermilk: Even Nancy Pelosi Would Retire in Florida

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

Rep. Barry Loudermilk: Even Nancy Pelosi Would Retire in Florida

"I love what governor juicy and governor Abbott are doing and quite frankly what they ought to do is double up and send some of those buses to Delaware and to Nancy Pelosi's district over in San Francisco. Would you do that though to even that cruel and unusual punishment to send them to Nancy Pelosi? They already have a lot of problems there, but no, I agree with you. But I don't think that would have an impact on Nancy Pelosi since it appears that when she retires, she's moving to the Republican led state of Florida, which doesn't have an income tax and the economy is doing well and people have some freedom there because of governor desantis. She doesn't even want to go back to San Francisco.

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Rep. Barry Loudermilk: D.C. Mayor Can Take Her Complaints to Biden

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:56 sec | 5 months ago

Rep. Barry Loudermilk: D.C. Mayor Can Take Her Complaints to Biden

"This. The mayor of Washington D.C. is very upset. Turns out she doesn't like all these people coming across the city, the city line from places like Texas and Arizona. Well, she ought to go to the president that she has been an ashamedly supporting and talked to him about it because it's his actions that have caused these consequences and that's the issue that Democrats fail to acknowledge is that their actions have consequences. Obviously, she didn't care when they were being dropped off in New York. She didn't care when they were making their way through taxes or anywhere else in the U.S., but now that they're coming here, oh, this is a big deal we need to stop this. Well, how about let's just secure the border and then everybody is happy. But they're not going to go that route. Because the Democrats have never made a mistake in their life. Remember that, Todd, they've never made a

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Leo Terrell: The Left's Mad Indiana Hero Doesn't Fit Their Narrative

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:01 min | 5 months ago

Leo Terrell: The Left's Mad Indiana Hero Doesn't Fit Their Narrative

"Thank goodness for people like good old Leo two. Leo Terrell. Now this guy's a character. I mean, with his big oversized Red Hat, he seems real likeable, but I'm old enough to remember when he was hard left and used to storm out of interviews at Fox News, but he's had a big conversion. So good for him. Sometimes people see the light, you know? It's okay. Here was Leo Terrell on Fox News. Let me be very clear. He's not just a good Samaritan. He's a hero. And you know what? The reason why you have the people on the left upset because it doesn't fit their narrative because this man legally purchases gun and had a concealed weapon permit. And I'll tell you right now, there's not going to be any charges filed against this guy because he saved life, but the left don't want concealed weapons to be allowed because it doesn't fit their narrative. They want to take guns away from wall body citizen. That man is a hero and he saved a number of lives. And I'll tell you right now, everyone's happy about it except the progressive left because it destroys their narrative, Sean.

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How Gun Free Zones Attract Killers

The Officer Tatum Show

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

How Gun Free Zones Attract Killers

"John, I got a lot of things I want to talk to you about. The first thing is, how because the liberals come out, the leftists come out and they try to make it seem like that it's not an effective measure for good people, good samaritans to have guns as it pertains to thwarting these crazed criminals that want to do mass shootings. Can you speak to us a little bit about the research that you've done at the research prevention? The crime prevention research center. Can you talk to us a little bit about your studies on this top on this topic? I mean, there's so much evidence out there. One just has to read the diaries or the manifestos that these murderers leave. I mean, the buffalo murder, for example, he explicitly talks about why he picked the target that he did. He wanted to go to a place where he knew his victims would not have permitted concealed handguns because he was worried that they would make it difficult for him to go and kill people.

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Good Guy With a Gun Stops Indiana Shopping Mall Shooter

The Officer Tatum Show

01:20 min | 5 months ago

Good Guy With a Gun Stops Indiana Shopping Mall Shooter

"So to shoot it goes into the mall, the Greenwood park mall, some of you guys from Indiana know exactly what that model is at, the forgotten man, my producer, was telling me about an experience that he had at the mall and thank God he had a license to carry a gun. So the interesting thing, Indiana, just allowed for people to pretty much carry without a permit. And so a young man 22 year old man is now carrying in the mall and the food court where the 20 year old suspect who's now deceased entered into the mall, went into the bathroom, he was in there what they were report over an hour, I guess he finally got the courage to come out with two long guns for those who don't know what long guns are. AR-15s. And he began shooting. He said he fired over 24 rounds, killing three people and injuring two other people, a 12 year old girl was one that was injured as well. She suffered non life threatening injuries. But the good Samaritan, with his girlfriend, going to the mall, shopping, hopefully at Louis Vuitton. And he sees the suspect, the suspect is firing that other individuals and he takes it upon himself to eliminate the threat.

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Elisjsha Dicken Identified as Hero Who Killed Indiana Mall Shooter

Mark Levin

01:47 min | 5 months ago

Elisjsha Dicken Identified as Hero Who Killed Indiana Mall Shooter

"At 5 50 7 p.m. the shooter was confronted by our good Samaritan who I will identify in just a moment The good Samaritan was armed with a pistol and engaged the shooter as he stood outside the restaurant restroom area firing into the food court The shooter fired several rounds striking the suspect the suspect attempted to retrieve retreat back into the restroom and fail fell to the ground after being shot Cut two The good Samaritan once again he has authorized us to release his name He is requesting you give him time to process and grieve himself before reaching out to him His name is Elijah dicken and that is spelled S J SHA and he resides in Seymour Indiana He was at the mall last night with his girlfriend shopping Cut three go I personally didn't speak to him I did watch the video the surveillance video which captured pretty much the entire incident I will say his actions were nothing short of heroic He engaged the gunman from quite a distance with a handgun It was very proficient in that very tactically sound And as he moved to close in on the suspect he was also motioning for people to exit behind him He has to our knowledge he has no police training and no military

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"good samaritan" Discussed on The Boxcutter Podcast

The Boxcutter Podcast

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"good samaritan" Discussed on The Boxcutter Podcast

"We've all asked ourselves, do I really have to love that person? How far does my love have to extend? How far do I go with these commands? Is my neighbor just the person in closest proximity to me? What about people who hate me? What about, you know, this is a question that I've often wondered, what about drug dealers, human traffickers, terrorists? People that really are not deserving at all of any kind of love or mercy or mercy, especially if it's a sex abuser. Exactly. Right. Certainly Jesus isn't gonna tell us that we have to love these people, right? So the question itself, and I'm trying to convince you as the listener, it's a relevant question. We can't overlook it. We can't think like, this was not a very smart question. No, it's a really, really good question. It's a really relevant question. It's a question we've all wrestled with. And so we should pay attention to Jesus's answer. And as we're going to find out, he's about to make it really, really personal for this guy. I'm sure he is. Oh, am I taking it here? You're taking it. Okay, so, you know, I thought that the biggest challenge when putting this together is the good Samaritan parable is just so well known. Right. And so what's the fresh perspective that can be there? And the thing that really is noteworthy is that in Jesus time, this parable would have been a shocking story that would have absolutely smashed and shattered the political and discriminatory mindsets of the people because there was so much discrimination. You know, it was counter called. There's nothing new under the sun people. So the discrimination crap that's going on today. This is nothing new. Right. So anyway, the prejudice of people in Jesus time. It was super black and white. And so with the religious elite or those that were just elite, there were people that were good people and there were people that you wanted nothing to do with. The irony was, and of course, that's where we all know and we hit this often is that Jesus broke those barriers just by who he hung out with and who he reached out to in the party that he went to. He always went to the underdogs who were discriminated against or there was definite prejudices there. And so. These people as well, I think, especially the priests would have felt like they were beyond God's reach. Yeah, you know, they just. There wasn't even it's not even worth engaging in this conversation that they might turn to God. Right. They're never going to be good enough. They're never going to be good enough. It doesn't matter. And, you know, I mean, this is still today. And I think that this is still in the mindset of the body of Christ within some congregations that there's people that are reachable and people that are not..

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"good samaritan" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"good samaritan" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"And it's making a difference so was one study in two thousand two at cornell about the Alcohol one and they said there was a rise from twenty two percent to fifty two percent of Counseling sessions attended by students in two thousand four because students weren't afraid you know i'm nineteen years old whether we're in i need help So they you know. It's it's shown that it's working and i think the same as is going on with this Now drug right. Yeah so like the naloxone kind of has its own protection. Where whether you're somebody who's on heroin or not. If you administer that you could be a medical professional it's like such a new thing That that they've they've realized they need a specific good samaritan law for that to cover. Anybody who's administering naloxone like if they do some damage or whatever they were still trying to help but then also if you're on heroin yourself just calling nine one one. You can have immunity in some states from getting busted for heroin for being on it yourself right so like. Hey we're gonna save you and you're under arrest right which i guess is still in some states. It's still a possibility in don't like you don't want people worrying about whether they're going to get popped themselves and then saying well. I can't really call for you know. Shorty ju ju over here which is i guess. A heroin users name. Yeah so the the the heroin user who's overdosing who would otherwise live dies because they're the person they shot up with like is too worried about getting busted themselves because the last thing a heroin addict or drug addict might do in the throes of that drug is think. Let me call a cop or hand. Write what i need a police officer. They might help. Right they say like as far as advice goes For good samaritans This article councils. People think sensibly Most states do have laws to protect people that if you're doing something reasonable to try and help Which all goes back in the split second..

"good samaritan" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"good samaritan" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Had you not been the one that actually not dropped to begin with exactly so. I mean it's good. That china has good samaritan law. And it's it's a very broad law it probably needs to be walked back a little bit but They also need to go after the the judges are the i guess kind of sentiment or thought process of judges that kind of just says. Why would you help somebody out if you weren't if you weren't the one that caused the accident until they do that. And until they go after these group ping she which are basically crooks people who like laid out in front of cars and pretend they got hit and then sue. The people in are frequently found like in their ruled in favor of their case until that is rooted out there. People are still going to be distrustful of helping people who are in need yet and that even the van horn case i mean. I know she's trying to help. But like you're not supposed to move people you know like everyone kind of knows that in this woman ended up paralyzed and if it was a direct result of that then i don't know is is. That's a tough one you know. Well they say. The road to hell is paved with good intentions now. That's kind of like where that that lies. Yeah i mean. I i feel bad for both parties for sure for sure because the the Torty was legitimately trying to help. She wasn't like well. Let me do something. That might really hurt my coworker further. She thought the car was gonna blow up. You know so. Let's get her out of there right exactly. It wasn't like you know she'd always harbored some deep resentment over so this is our chance to paralyze her. Yeah in a not funny. Hit all the way he said it. So there's another big Push in good samaritan laws in the united states. It's interesting how they're kind of like refined as as things go on But there's this thread the sentiment that runs through them..

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"good samaritan" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"good samaritan" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Okay you don't have to pay But then it said An appellate panel reverse that decision on wednesday. And that's literally the last thing i could find. Wow wow that is still dragging on. Holy cow chuck nice research. Yeah i mean. I don't i don't know there may be something newer out there but There probably tricks it. Legal scholars know that. I don't know about researching the stuff i mean. What does that say. Chuck that that like an insurance company can just be like where your insurance company. But we're not. We're not touching this one. Well it was complicated though because it was it was insurance. It wasn't like just insurance for me walking around. If i wanna help someone. It was Car insurance so it was down to whether or not i got. It was considered a use of a car By her opening that door and in buckling her seat belt and pulling her out whether that was using the car. I got very complicated. A little more sense though. It's just you know how like convoluted that stuff gets though it does for sure legally but that whole like the whole legality of this whole thing. that that made that whole lisa tori and alexandra van horn case. I mean i heard about that when that was going on. Everybody heard about that case because it was like well wait a minute. She's trying to help and now she's getting sued. Why or friends fighting that whole kind of thing. That was two thousand four and then two years later china started to rise as a great power of anti good samaritan ism Big time in a lot of different cases all of it started in two thousand six in the case of penghu who was a man who got off a bus in china and saw the an older woman had fallen and broken her hip and so she had been trying to get on the bus paying. You is coming off of the bus and He went to go help the lady..

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"good samaritan" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"good samaritan" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"I you know i get both sides of the coin for sure. So i mean for example like there are a couple of things that all of this patchwork of of Of the good samaritan laws will will have in common basically to as this article states one is that you can't be compensated for helping out and that's a pretty literal reading of the law. I think it's meant to exempt emergency workers. Paramedics doctors like they. They've got their whole own set of laws governing their actions or inactions right so to keep them from giving preferential treatment. I think it's mostly to say this is meant to This is this is my interpretation of it But from what. I've seen with good samaritan laws. It's it's totally in the eye of the beholder. But they the that's meant to say like this covers non medical professionals who were talking about two to define that they're saying this is this covers somebody who isn't compensated for their assistance and that's been transmuted into you can't be compensated for your assistance or else that that leaves you exposed to legal action later so when you are sort of kidding around the beginning though but if he saved. Let's say perform the heimlich at a restaurant And the person's like man you to save my life. Here's a here's a kinski. Don't take that five dollar bill no and also throw back in their face and say this is what your life is worth right exactly and they say yeah. I don't really love myself. Well then you introduce into a good analyst and go about your day sure analysts. Who what does that. What am i new. Yorker in the seventies. You sound like cary greene. Nobody says analyst anymore. It was weird. I think that's what bob newhart was was he. I think i think yeah you did. Consider himself as an analyst. That seems like an antiquated term. Though yes now it's therapist right or shrink shrink had shrink or i think is the preferred term. Yeah i don't know. I haven't been in a while. Oh yeah years. it's good. Yeah good to go talk to people. You know what i mean like. Yeah but i got it all figured out now. oh well. That's you're cured is what they call that they cured me. I hope they gave your shrinking award yet. Do you know what the cure is. What is not really thinking about things too much. Yeah that's good. That's good advice. no. I'm just kidding because people are real problems but i never had had the real problems. Yeah yeah yeah. But i think like even if you don't have real problems if you don't have like you know some sort of chemical imbalance you're diagnosed condition just about anybody can benefit from time to time to go absolutely just talk. Yeah it's not even necessarily the counselor help us just being in a situation where you're talking out loud and talking through your problems to find out what you actually think. It's very helpful. Yeah i mean. I do that at my doctor and dentist and they're like dude. We don't want to hear this because see an analyst. Like i know i'm knocking out. Two birds one stone so All right let's go over just a couple of these. I mean like. I said they're they're different everywhere but there was one other thing chuck. Okay so. I said that there were two things in common in one of them is. You can't be competent hoosier. The other one almost across the board with any any law you're gonna find is that you can't act recklessly recklessly neg negligently. Wow it's tough to get. You would not hold up in court. You know i'd be like giving my five dollars as your lawyer or maybe that's your defense. You like your honor..

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"good samaritan" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"good samaritan" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"But the the laws in from state to state on the same thing can vary wildly. Yeah and certainly in this case is what they call a patchwork of state laws in need of a federal law for sure nia for sure so because there's so many different laws in so many different states You know if the actions that you you perform in one state might get you you know might get your mug on the front page of the paper being celebrated And in another state your mugs on the front page of the paper because you just got sued you know so. We'll we'll dive into that a little more but first let's talk about where the the name for the laws come from chuck. Yeah i remember the story from my church. Go days as a kid That really stood out to me back then because Well it's in luke in the story is is that A jewish man was assaulted and robbed On the road and left for dead basically and some people passed by without Rendering aid a jewish priest and the levite which is an assistant priest basically or assistant to the priest. Do you have the impression that the priest in levi were together or the the priest passed and then at some point later on the levi past. You know what this is going back. A lot of years do But if my memory is telling me that they were two separate things awesome okay. I knew that question pay off. The i might be wrong. But my old. I still have some old church memories rattling around in this dusty noggin. You just saw like smoke. Come out of my ears. I thought that was flour. Oh sure yeah gluten. Free though oh are you know. Emily is so but by default. I sometimes am right sure. No i know what you mean..

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"good samaritan" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"good samaritan" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Are committed to making communities more stable environment for years to come even volunteering their time to better the neighborhoods. They live in working so buying a house is about more than just the house way. More real tours are members of the national association of real tours everybody. It's me josh in for this week. Selects i've chosen. How good samaritan laws work We dive into the weird wacky. Wild extremely patchwork world of good samaritan laws laws that are meant to protect people who lend aid or help to other people in need. Sometimes those people in need are not too happy with the help that they get and it creates all sorts of problems. So check out this really interesting episode in this week's select enjoy welcome to stuff you should know. Production of iheartradio. Hey and welcome to the podcast. I'm josh clark. And there's charles w chuck bryant and there's jerry over there and this is stuff you should know just a trio of helpful types who like to go around the world and escort people through crosswalks and get sued for.

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"good samaritan" Discussed on More Content Talk

More Content Talk

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"good samaritan" Discussed on More Content Talk

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"good samaritan" Discussed on Oddly Godly

Oddly Godly

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"good samaritan" Discussed on Oddly Godly

"Loved god he wasn't embracing it because his heart was right he was embracing because that's what he was taught from the time he was a kid. From the time that he was born he was raised. As a levi to become a priest his whole life revolved around him becoming a teacher of the law and sometimes teachers can get so wrapped up in what they're saying that they forget the reasoning behind these things and then in those cases they become stuffy. They become arrogant. They become they separate themselves from everybody else. They sort of feel superior and this is what happened with these teachers of the law. They brought themselves to such a place that they started exalting themselves higher than god. They started the follow the law just so that they look good for everybody else. They started to take all these things and add that to their identity they started a take the sabbath for example. The sabbath was a day of rest. God wanted us to rest on. That day. didn't want any work to be done on that day and this is something else. Jesus talks to them about in another part of the bible when jesus healing somebody on the sabbath. He asked them whether it's wrong to do good on the sabbath. Even though you're working what is more important is it. The rest is doing all the right things or is it doing what god wants us to do all the time if the police department if ems if all of these different organizations took sunday off. It would be devastating. If they took one day off a week were nobody was able to respond to a single distress coal. You would be absolute chaos. They would be in a place where nobody would go out on the sabbath day but it would be because they were so fearful that something might happen and nobody would be able to help them that they would just keep to themselves protect themselves themselves in a bubble and this is something that is contradictory to what god would really want. It might fit the law to t but it doesn't fit. God's nature doesn't fit god's character and jesus references as Numerous times that the pharisees held the sabbath to such a high regard. They held it to such a high standard that they turned it from a day of rest into the day that they did the most work while they were condemning. All the people that are working on that day the people who were begging in the streets that day the people that needed help that day. Jesus healing people on that day people receiving salvation on that day. They were ridiculing them but at the same time there were heaping so many rules so many laws so many strict adherence guidelines that they were working harder on the sabbath then. They were any other day of the week because they were doing it out of labor. They weren't doing it out of love the fact that they thought that when jesus healed a man who had never walked day in his life and jesus told him to carry his mat and walk..

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"good samaritan" Discussed on Oddly Godly

Oddly Godly

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"good samaritan" Discussed on Oddly Godly

"In animal in the milk of its mother so they took that to believe to mean that you couldn't have milk and meat at the same time so they've extrapolated something that god said into something that would stop them from inadvertently making a sinful mistake. But what happens. Is they lose the heart of the reasons that they're doing these things when jesus is talking about these References to the law. He's not saying that the law is bad but what he's saying is that the heart behind the law is no longer in existence. Each people aren't worshiping god. Because they love him there worshipping god because they're following the law a truly upright person doesn't follow the law just because it's the law that do it because they have an admiration for justice. They do because they have a love for their neighbors. And that's what jesus trying to say in this parable in the book of matthew chapter five. He says you've heard that it was said. Love your neighbor and hate your enemy. But i tell you love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you that you may be children of your father in heaven. He causes the sun to rise on the evil. And the good he sends reign on the righteous and the unrighteous. If you love those who love you what we're more will you get are not even the tax collectors doing that and if you greet only your own people what are you doing more than the others do. Not even pagans do that Be perfect therefore as your heavenly father is perfect. What jesus is saying is that they've taken the law and turned it into something. That's not that doesn't hold true to what god was trying to say and in doing this. He's drawing them to the books that the law is written in such as leviticus and even deuteronomy he's making the mentally go back to the law that they are supposed to be following. He makes them go into their mental database to recollect what they know about scripture so that he can teach them the ultimate point behind what they're supposed to be practicing and in doing this most of these people all of the levi and the priests they would've had the toro memorized. They would have known all of these laws they would have been able to recite them off hand and they would have been able to even note the tiniest of places that's why he's able to take the entire law and bracket into a statement that j. Jesus actually himself uses to describe following the law.

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"good samaritan" Discussed on Oddly Godly

Oddly Godly

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"good samaritan" Discussed on Oddly Godly

"You've answered correctly. Jeez repod do this and you will live but he wanted to justify himself so he asked jesus and who is my neighbor in reply. Jesus said a man was going down from jerusalem to jericho when he was attacked by robbers. They stripped him his clothes and beat him and went away leaving him half dead. A priest happened to be going down the same road. And when he saw the man he passed by on the other side so to levi when he came to the place and so on pass by on the other side but a samaritan as he traveled came where the man was and when he saw him. He took pity on him. He went to aman bandaged his wounds pouring on oil wine then he put the man on his own donkey brought him to an end and took care of him. The next day he took out to dinner and gave them to the innkeeper. Look after him he said. And when i return i will reimburse you for any extra expense you may have. Which of these three do you think was a neighbor to the man who fell into the hands of the robbers the expert in the law replied the one who had mercy on him. Jesus told him. Go and do likewise. And some context to the story is important to understand the full grasp of what jesus trying to say in jesus's time and to some extent today and even before this the samaritans were they had a jewish lineage. But they were not considered to be jewish people. They were separate. They were a mixture between jewish people in gentiles. Basically the people. Of jesus day the pharisees would've looked upon them with disgust for one thing. They had a completely different idea of now. Only wear the temple should be located and where god should be worshipped from but they had a completely different understanding of the history of judaism. They have a completely different torah They believe that it's a completely different mountain in which to worship god on and that's of referenced in the story in the bible when jesus talks to the woman at the well she was asking him which mountain was correct in which jesus says that it's not on either mountain. It's in spirit and truth that we should worship god.

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