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"gord o god" Discussed on Catholic Culture Audiobooks

Catholic Culture Audiobooks

07:30 min | Last month

"gord o god" Discussed on Catholic Culture Audiobooks

"Had once. I turned by discourse in that direction saying how lofty and deep or the sayings of the holy spirit as you remember brethren. We responded with great sorrow of soul to the words. Read at matins. Oh god the heathen have invaded thi- inheritance in reality. The heathen have invaded and even more than the heathen have invaded for the goths have invaded and men of different nations. They invaded with arms and surrounded and seized the basilica. We lamented this. Being ignorant of your greatness but our want of wisdom drew forth this lament the heathen have invaded and truly they have invaded your inheritance for those who invaded as heathen have become christians. Those who came to invade the inheritance became co heirs of god. I have as defenders. Those whom i thought to be enemies. I possess as allies. Those whom i thought to be adversaries that is fulfilled which david the prophet sang of the lord. Jesus his abode is in peace. And there he has broken. The signs of the bows the shield the sword and the war. Whose task is this. Whose work but your lord. Jesus you saw armed men coming to your temple. People groaning for this reason and coming in crowns that they might not seem to be handing over god's basilica and on the other hand. The soldiers were under orders to do violence. death was before my eyes mutt. That amid these events madness should be given no rind. You put yourself in our midst lord and made both one. You quieted the armed men. Saying no doubt if you rush to arms if those shut up in my temple or disturbed what profit will be from my blood. Thanks be to you christ not a legged or messenger but thou oh lord has made safe. Thi- people the has tossed away my sackcloth and now has gert me with gladness. These things i said and marveled that the feeling of the emperor could have grown gentle. Through the zeal of the soldiers the entreaty of the counts and the prayers of the people. Meanwhile the message came to me that an envoy had been sent to bring me a decree. I withdrew little. And he acquainted me with the decree. What he said is your idea enacting. Contrary to the emperor's wish i do not know his wish i answered nor am i sort of what i have done in disobedience. Why he asked. Did you assign priests the basilica if you are a user. I want to know how to prepare myself against you. I replied saying that. I had done nothing to harm the church that when i had heard that the basilica was besieged by soldiers i only gave free vent to my lament and when the urged me to go there i stated i cannot hand over the basilica yet i cannot wage a fight and after i learned that the royal hangings had been taken away when the people demanded that i go there. I sent some priests. I was unwilling to go myself. But i told them in. Christ i believe that the emperor himself will join us. If these seem to be the acts of a usurper. I have weapons but only in the name of christ i can offer my life. Why does he delay striking if he thinks. I am a usurper. Under the old testament imperial power was bestowed by priests not despotically claimed and it is commonly sat in the embers aspire to the priesthood rather than priests to the imperial power. Christ fled lest he be made a king. We have a power of our own. The power of the priest is weakness. Saint paul said. When i am weak then i am strong. He should take care not to make himself a usurper. He against whom. God has not raised up. An adversary. maxima does not say that. I am user valentini. Though he complained that through the intervention of my delegation he was unable to come to italy. I said to that bishops were never users but often had suffered from users. That whole day was spent in sorrow on our part. The royal hangings were torn by children in their play. I could not return home because soldiers were stationed around the basilica keeping it under guard. We recited the psalms with the brethren in smaller chapel of the church. The next day. The book of jonah was read according to custom and when it was finished i began this sermon. Brethren a book has been read in which it is prophesied that sinners shall return to penance. It is understood to mean that they may hope for the future in the present. I added that the just man had been willing to receive even blame so as not to see or prophesied destruction for the city and because that sentence was mournful he grew sad when the gord withered. God said to the prophet. Are you sad over the gourd. Joanna answered. I am sad. The lord said that if he was grieving because the gord had withered. How much greater should his care be for the salvation of so many people and in fact he did away with the destruction which had been prepared for all the city would came promptly that the emperor had ordered the soldiers to withdraw from the basilica and finds which had been levied on the merchants. Were being returned to them. What then was the joy of all the people. What cheering from the whole crown. What thanksgiving it was the day on. Which the lord had delivered himself for us the day when penance in the church is ended soldiers vied with one another in spreading the good news rushing to the altars and kissing them they gave token of peace then i knew that god had smitten. The early worm so that the whole city might be saved. These events took place and would they were now at an.

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"gord o god" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:33 min | 8 months ago

"gord o god" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Blocker. Um, plot in front. Now the stand go shoot, said Delia at the side of the net. Not to shoot it. Can't coast by the debt trying to center it camp blocks it, but plot takes it away. Hold it in Highmore instead slips it out to center point backtracks to the lightning it Lenny have had a couple of close calls since the Hawks made it three to But it stays 32. Point speeding up the left wing. It center bounces it in and Jesus. He's after the puck left corner. Keep it alive for stamp goes. He just had a chance. Moments ago, a dropped pass. Good job had been to get away from the break in. But now to break it Bus out to center for cane across the lighting line. He's open my slide a little feed the suitor save made by Vasyl Lasky. You know what the blocker had been by the lining net. Open up the far side for plot couldn't clear held in to break it. Left point shoot blocked circuit. Jeff wins it for applying this time he scoops it high in the year out to center ice. A buck 37 left in the period 32. Lightning or up to break it, etcetera. It's got his pocket picked by plot is that a long shift? They'll drop it for Hedman, right wing circuit chip. For plot gets to the red line and lifts it in. Heads off for change. Like home and pursues the buck wins it for gored behind the net. Bonds to Good road. Great circle. Right Point Turn AC back, Barkley. Good roll right circle. Circle. Yanni. Gord O God, I could drop pass is going to be stolen away. My camp will make his way to center ice and roll it in on bass, Alaska just over a minute to go in the period three to lightning. Dark. Turn back.

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"gord o god" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

13:29 min | 2 years ago

"gord o god" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"The guys who in the show who can play guitar they don't even know full songs they just they're playing a little bit of a backstreet boys or dust on the bottle and they just let everybody else sing and it's like ask just hang on guys that you know who are pretty good at playing the guitar in the NHL Ebbs avs is a good guitar but when I live with ebbs it was a nightmare and let me tell you Alsi was in here right now we used to be like Ed's can he fuck in please stop practicing the guitar it's so painfully sucks at it and then hauls he was like laughing the other day the other month he's telling me he got pretty good he kept sticking with it now I haven't heard Guitar I've haven't heard him play since eighty eight or seven years so last night this is how things have changed in in his in my friendship so last night saying he's already because he and his wife's like vocal coach Lauren is and so he's becoming a better singer to I don't know if these album bonded himself another big ticket I know he did Clean Crib and we're and we're playing guitar last night I felt like we were seniors old as we're literally playing country songs and we're playing cards so it's funny you mentioned like it's almost like a hockey player growing up yeah it's great when you go to skill work and stuff which would be lessons entire but most time you learn just by yourself out in the driveway and you're just messing around with tune you just figured out how to do it on your own I mean look at how iconic now the stories are of sid the kid and and his time in Nova Scotia and beating up on his on his garage door up through the ranks in in sports because you know where you want to get to the NHL everybody knows that and then you want to win a cup and you want to win these awards and you want to be on a great team but you gotta come up eight novice and then you go to this and then you pee wee and then he started playing some great tournaments and you get noticed and before you know what you're playing around the province before you know what you're playing across Canada and some of these big things and you're in take drafted junior planning the dob and then after the dub you're playing in the show a and stuff like that that's exactly what I same thing degrees leveling started now I feel like I'm a fourth liners trying to make it in the NHL right and just try to just trying to keep it while the other thing I really wanted to ask you in this hop the parties at lawler at anytime I want any party I'm going to break them Qatar everyone just stops in all girls start staring at me Jabber themselves I mean twelve years and thirteen it's like it must have just been any kid brings out the guitar is good you're like got more while the worst is and I'm going to say is it's the guys who who are athletes who can play those are the guys I actually I actually they hate the most because they're handsome they're they're well built they can they can play in the show and they can play Guitar Ryan that really bugs me Donald Reid tremendous scarves guitar player he is so why facetime while everybody was in ebbs on the team while everybody was over in Czech Republic something like that in the in the World Cup world championship world championships and now it's like Oh yeah another guy another guy that can play guitar and play Lucky that always bug me Chad Brownlee guy he and I are good friends but I actually bothers me a lot because he's a great hockey player and he's a great a great music they do A Pink Whitney rap song but we might have to ask this guy to help us out with a pink Whitney countryside's absolutely absolutely aw yeah I'd love to do that right now I'm ready to go all right thought it was interesting you meet you made the athlete comparison because I vote Long said that you know athletes and musicians I think it's like actual thing like I could skate all day go practice I would never play in the NHL but when you started strumming guitar you must have had like a natural inclination. I mean you could have been that bad because I just don't think if you a bomb musical talent bright you can't be at the level your ad so you must have been pretty good from jump now well I I think so looking back now than I guess yes I mean Canadian you don't WanNa pump your own tires and stuff like that you a little more humble but the reality is is that I look back at my career trajectory and even though I never really want any content tests and stuff like that the singing competitions the thing about it is that I always loved to entertain and I and I learned all these cover songs and I think I know probably a million and cover songs all just remember them all I don't know why but like I just got that memory and so I would go to this crowd and it would be a road uh-huh and it'll be full of seniors like oh my gosh it's grandparents like like central here blue hairs like I've never seen so I ok well I'm not gonNA play any who stuff they want to hear the old stuff so let's play some Johnny Cash and some George Jones and then before you know I'm selling two thousand dollars worth of CDs and fifty years old Bloomberg headache panties snug ladies I literally my cheeks it'd be so sore I'm literally these grannies I would come up in their walkers need pinch my cheeks and be like oh you're gonNa make it one day they're brat I appreciated asset Johnny cash a few times what you make of it Kim Phoenix's performance and walk the line I thought he was perfect for they will say they released an album he was saying winging it he did so well he's he's an actor that what I love about him is that he get so in character which is why I'm so excited to see him in joker he eats sleeps in breathes that barriers and that's the thing is like this one most iconic artists of of all time like you've got you've got he's got a name like Mozart he's got a name like Beethoven he's got a name that has power like Shakespeare it's cash we're talking about real screw this up yeah cash born to do that and that's right that's ballsy role to take two I I compare it to maybe Jamie Fox and ray and he probably top five albums ever seen of course I can't remember his name but look at who did hime rhapsody I thought he was scared I overall I did it for me I thought it was okay her best part of the movie was his his performance was not a walk the line but rocket man I thought was outstanding McHugh Joan John Fan turn Eggerton did a great job so that's the biggest thing is that you've got this you've got this career of of the man in black Johnny cash it started it starts in one thousand nine hundred eighty four son record words I think you're wearing a son record shirt talking I thought that I should have had it on today's that's okay because we talked about Tom Petty which was which was great but the biggest thing here or is that walking phoenix nails role and Johnny Cash I've been his biggest fan for forever I know you've been saying how busy you I have you caught any of the Ken Burns doc that just based on PBS country music. Yeah I was I was in it I talked about it a little note I wasn't I wasn't in it in the sense of they have at the end they have a bunch of artists talking about the power of Nashville and the power of Yatra Music and Ken Burns does it better than anybody else and so during CMA fest I talked I talked a lot about it and I think it's outstanding it's an incredible historical document and one thing that fascinates me all the time is the process of songwriting and they were so many good stories like Hank Williams and his wife would have this fucking knock down drag out throwing shit at each other he gets drunk pissed off and sit down and he would write this timeless ballad that is still getting million though it was like it was just not felt and it is so I mean you listen now the lyrics might sound simple but the way he sings him in the way he he created have different time will show up process like how does that work for you do you have a cold right like how do I do a ton of reading so it literally it'd be like the four of us in a room uh we've all got our different strengths when real lyric heavy guy lyricist one guys all melody one guy's our producer attract guy case so that would be like you Grenell so you're there you're working behind the laptop you're literally creating beats and it could be patch patch cheesecake in the okay so he's he's making that dad's a little banjo and and before you know it you've got this great melody so what are we gonNA write to that if it's something positive if it's something that's that's up tempo I'm not GonNa talk about how how she done wrong so sad that she's gone you're going to write about how it's a great day can went to drink beer with my boys on a Friday night I just got paid kind of things so that's our vibe so now the four of us are going with that type of melody that type of experience and you're going to talk about I remember I did this one thing and it was really cool we got to add A- all of a sudden it's a great rhyme I wanNA credit on that Oh that's fucking beautiful right there that's our head a hook and that's the hook and then you write towards the Hook and before you know what you have a couple of drinks you've got a song you don't know if it's going to be number one or make it onto the record but you can feel good creating that and you're literally creating art in that regard let's get a bag of our as we'd and we can sit in here and just small to come out so you might get back to the rap songs just went down just saying you interrupted my thought process everybody thinks that musicians are big into into weed and smoke it up and I know a lot of guys do that for inspiration but I gotta tell you a on the day that we became legal in Canada so Gord Downie God bless legend so his he's got a weed company the hip has a line of cannabis and so in our dressing room in Kingston their home town I played on October the seventeenth and so I've got this beautiful array of all these cannabis products and paraphernalia and stuff like that and my band they partake in it from time to time and stuff like that but I never have just never never did it's never been part of my because I'm just a whiskey guy I love to booze and stuff like that that is my thing but I tell my wife I say she's she and the hits our in this buses said I'm staying in the band bus tonight and I'm just going I'm going full throttle on this it's the day that weed becomes legalized in Canada and I'm going to I'm just going for it but I went from laughing my face off I've never laughed so hard in my life my guts were hurting my smile went past my forehead and and Sarah McLaughlin comes on TV in the bus and she's got a little puppy saw that then little kids on you know and I dare cry dogs visit here Kirsi number and everything like that and from that day I decided I just don't WanNa cry I just WanNa cry again and I'm afraid that if I smoke up I'M GONNA ball my face off so that like every second number one hit from line to member raw like this guy's got forty number one songs multimillionaire we just it's it's not that we really clicked on personal level in the studio in fact I actually thought he really didn't like me because a lot of but he's such a hard writer that some of the lines thrown out it would be like a veteran I'm doing this but we came up with a great song that was my first single went gold it was great but it's interesting I wrote a song called three to one that I never thought was going to be famous ever thought was going to do anything it was just a song so personal for me and my wife about our story now nobody supported us because I asked her to marry me when I was nineteen years old and everybody thought it was the.

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