11 Burst results for "Hebrews Hall"

"hebrews hall" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:17 min | 2 months ago

"hebrews hall" Discussed on KTOK

"Tell you, Gwyn is we look back on what we talked about a few minutes ago, was Was the greatest of land runs but of a multi multiple land runs there. There was not just one land run and Oakland opened up Oklahoma. There were multiple land runs and then multiple Allotments of land lotteries and so forth of the Cherokee Allah run of 18 93. For those that want to know more about it. There's many great books. Couple of movies. We talked about foreign away by Oklahoma native director of Duncan Ron Howard, which starred Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman, also the first ever best picture in the Academy Awards, the first Oscar for best picture. A film called Sima Ron in 1931. That was the story of the Cherokee Outlaw run. It was remade in 1960 with an actor Glenn Ford. Many of us remember that came from the epic novel by Edna Ferber. Lot of people recognize her from the from the novel Giant with great film with Elizabeth Taylor and Rock Hudson and James Dean. Well giant was kind of the In a lot of ways, the origin story and the the heart story of Texas, you know, unvarnished, you know all the bark off and that's what Edna Ferber wrote and simmer on was the origin story in many ways, at least a modern Oklahoma so What a lot of folks back most of us don't realize is that not only was this a tough enough thing to do you had to come from somewhere. We didn't have much money. Most of the people that the pioneers were involved in these land runs were coming here because it had something they couldn't get anywhere else Free land, But it might have been free monetarily, but it wasn't free. To go out and get it in the elements to ride against thousands of people when their won enough land plots out there for near everybody. So there was no guarantee you would get any land. No guarantee it all wasn't like you would show up and get in a queue. You had to go out and ride for We'll talk about that a little bit more on the golden thread, but The context Gwynne the historical context, 18 93 was one of the scariest economic periods of American history. That's a little bit of Ah, semi golden thread forced to today 2020 when we're doing this show, ISA time of in fairness, unprecedented economic Events and uncertainty. So again, you young people don't don't feel like, you know, Don't be ashamed to be nervous and confused us. Older folks. We haven't seen him like 2020, either. Well, 18 93. They had a thing called a panic of 18 93. Some historians called Ah, horrible recession called some call it an outright depression. It was a national economic downturn of great proportions. In particular farm prices, agricultural prices had plummeted. So you had a lot of broke, bankrupted farmers from other places that came here to try to make a go of it in particular across the south by then, a lot of the deep South states. They had farmed their lands out. They had worn them out. So we talk about in volume. One of our book, The Oklahoma, South Oklahoma is the land of the The second chance the third chance and sometimes in the case of these 18 93 land run, folks that for many people, the last chance they would ever have And of course, I guess to kind of move into our golden thread that we think of it is. Oh, wow. These people rode out in bravely and they all got their land and they built their homes and they built their towns. I'm reminded of of of a Bible verse from the book of Hebrews that says, And then there were others and, of course in the Hebrews Hall. If a Hall of fame it talks about the people that we're not famous that suffered for their Christian faith, Well, we could say there were others. There were many others. Gwynn that road in these land runs. That sacrifice what they had in the Cherokee Aller run 100,000 people roughly road, maybe a little over 15,000 people.

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"hebrews hall" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:12 min | 5 months ago

"hebrews hall" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Towel in the pocket, the same hat, Same jersey, And if I had left any of that at home in a panic when I went to the game, I would blame if they lost. I would blame myself because I didn't have any of that stuff. Then I realized how stupid that once and I became an adult. And then that was the end of it. So now I know you have lost your competitive desire on the field of play. You have also lost your superstitious nature for the teams that you root for. Well, yeah, I realized that there's just there's nothing I can Ooh, that's going to change the outcome of a bunch of men playing baseball on the television or in front of me in a stadium. There's nothing I can do. It's up to them. I realize that and that obviously makes a lot more sense than what I was doing. And as far as a competitive thing, I'm just you know, I'm too old to be doing this now. But I mean, you're too old too old. I'm 20 years older than you are a professional athlete. Thank you. I was a bad high school player. And 19 years ago, I gave up my dream of ever being an athlete. And then I've chosen along the way not to participate in things because I did. I'm not interested in competitive athleticism anymore. Right? So you're basically going full Narp on us now. Yeah, I understand. But I'm not going. I have been no use to me out of full Narp world and spit me out into this awful tive, which I didn't want to compete in, but I knew it was important. I will always be there, but I just can't. I can't do it. It's not that I have squeezed out every bit of competitive juice like a rag. You know, that's basic. It's gone. That's very weird to me. Because I thought that you actually played better this year. Yeah, I mean on ly because getting better. You've been playing better. You dropped the ball first voice, but I think what happened is that you pulled your squad. Yeah, right. And then it's always so The idea of being hurt during the summer. Playing softball is could be at this point. My worst nightmare more than just about anything else. Morrison getting stuck in an elevator or anything like that, that I've been afraid of having a softball injury like me walking, trying to get onto my boat with a walking boot. It is right now. My biggest. Yeah, well, you know, the thing is, Is that this this newfound geo This uncompetitive Geo. It's no no, no, It's not newfound. OK, He's my my competitive athleticism. But when I was done when I turned that 19 and graduated school when you're talking Al's over there going Yeah, yeah, yeah, that means we don't have to play softball anymore. Yeah, Keep talking. Keep talking. I understand. So I thought about an analogy yesterday, Right? So you know how like I played music at a higher level than you guys ever. You played sports at a higher level much are then then all of us write much so this would be like me putting together a band. Booking gigs all over the tri state area, handing you guys instruments right and say, play this stuff. And then if you hit the wrong note screaming at you. That would be the equivalent of what this softball game. Just just give me just give me the temporary and I'll be fine or giving the cow bell. We always need more cow bell. Sure, I mean, that's basically what I didn't do that You don't have an interest or taking the taking on one of my beauty. If I knew that they were going to be a lot of people showing up, we're going to be up there and we need to do this. I would do it. I would be there. I will be. I just can't compete anymore. I can't your third how old to you? But here's the thing just turned 37 years old an age thing. You know, when I was 37 I was still playing football. NFL. I shouldn't have said I'm too old. Here's the thing. I don't want to compute the path politically anymore. The problem I have chosen not to for the night, so our commanders were gonna have games where you don't play. Jerry doesn't play. I play half the time and catcher because he's looking out for half the game anyway. So what does it matter seriously the end of the game. I look over to me Al Eddie and Gunnar on the bench, so that doesn't matter. So I understand why we do the games and I love being there for those moments, and I wouldn't want to miss the wounded Warrior game or the NYPD game for the world because That is the most rewarding feeling that I've probably ever had standing, but you don't want to play the Hebrew Hall play in these games..

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"hebrews hall" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

11:15 min | 11 months ago

"hebrews hall" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"You know again. There's a guy running around you know for the first time ever in his life. Ah Ignore that. Who Do you think you are that you can come in our temple and do something like this? They ignored it was shows you the how miracles miracles are. They saw the miracle and then even matter they were more critical the other people though saw it and were stanick said they saw that. These men were unschooled in ordinary and yet had been with Jesus and then they listen so my point is we talk about. Miracles are only there to point us towards what can changes ages for eternity. It's not in just a moment of it. People one Guy Seasons Ascott America. The guy just got better the other guy looks and says man. I WANNA know more four. I mean y'all know more about a lot of people say if I could just see him feel talk with him and he would appear to me he said then I would believe and I said well if he did appear to you ever fifteen minutes saying keep the faith if he did that ever fifteen minutes you would still have up to put your faith in his death for your sins and his burial and his resurrection so see him. It wasn't super seizure if eight and name so why would he appear to you. Have a fifteen minutes do you do you believe any you say yeah. He doesn't need to hear to me he doesn't need to do that well. That's I believe in in in who he is got in flesh and what. He's done what he's now doing. Mediating for me keeping me playing coming back to take me out of here alive. I'm like I don't need to see but if he wants to show himself it's not gonNA change a bit of my faith up still going to have to believe if he's the one that came from God and remove my sand delivered me from Satan and raised me from the day to get offended when I talk about that. Don't don't taste miracles awesome. God wants to do that. Great and people you know religious offended when you say that. Because that's the that's what they're Jason might you. God is giving you something greater other than a miracle and then they they look up and like what could that be. He's giving you a miracle worker. He's giving you the one and he can actually do the miracles. Do you want the miracle or do you want to walk side by side with the one who can do the miracles. I'm like I'm GonNa go with the guy who can do the miracles. He wants to give me one every once in a while. Great but if not a well at some point he'll say out daycare digger than that and it's a never lose lose scenario. They come in. They say you know what man this hurt him a gut. You don't know what's going on. You're fulla cancer here. Like oh no so you like so you pray Lord do Miracle Take this Canto is not a by prayer. You're you only live along risk. Must step off but the winner is if I'm in Christ. What if he says now? I'm ready. I'm ready to come home now. I got you know I got other things. You're gonNA bring me. Glory through the process of that and then all of a sudden. It's an LO lose scenario and I see them. Every day I got a friend is a friend. used to play golf with Jason. I you know that's the newsy got right now. He's getting better ed or maybe guys going to give them a few years but if he doesn't matter this guy's a follower all the way to the end if you if you want the scriptures to validate what we're proposing here if you you go to the book of Hebrews and he says in chapter one in verse three says the Sun Is the son. Jesus is the radiance of God's glory the exact representation Tation of his being he sustains all things by his powerful word after you've provided purification percents. He sat down at the right hand of the Majesty in Heaven so he became as much superior to the angels as the name he has inherited is superior to their so he starts off saying he's more superior perio- then even angels. He goes to chapter two and he says you know. How can we escape? If we ignore such a great salvation which is found in Jesus this superior being well then he makes this reference in verse. Three of chapter two he says this salvation which was first announced by the Lord. Jesus was confirmed to us by those who heard him. God testified to it to what the sun declaring salvation he testified to it by signs wonders and various miracles and gifts of the Holy Spirit distributed according to his will will then he goes on to say you know he gets to chapter three and he says Jesus is greater than Moses and he talks about every houses built by someone. Someone but God is the builder of everything and he gets to verse. Six of chapter three and he says Christ is faithful as a son over God's house and we are his house if we hold onto our courage in the hope which we boast ima point as I went through three chapters. They're right in the the middle of that he brought up miracles and signs and wonders and all they did hit the Hebrew garage purpose. was that those. Were there to point you to Jesus if if you miss the miracle worker if you're just chasing the signs miracles and wonders will you miss the whole point of this thing. You missed the image of the invisible. God Do you have any point and Hebrews days. You're right you could just keep going because you stopped three hours. Thinking the whole thing is Jesus greater her. The Hebrew writer was brilliant in the idea that he showed every tenet of Judaism and everything that had been before in law. Jesus Greater Jesus is Great. It's just a you talk about a withering case for the greatness that Jesus is in that book and then right there the end of it is the Hebrews Hall of fame all these great people that live before they all live by faith which was most important the hallway through helpful tips. You know a lot of people. Somebody came up. One time with the Romans Road of salvation. And you know and they go through there. 'cause it toss about we're all centers and it eventually gets to J.. Paul makes a great case. There is a great point but I'll I when people are ah religious people that I introduce Jesus with a lot of people go to church and they don't have a relationship with Jesus they've never surrender. Let me charge. Buildings are full of people. We know that and it's a hard place to be because your planes I yeah. They kind of think they're an and and give the impression that they're in but their hearts a million miles away from heaven. Release Chill Guy with those are difficult people to reach because they pretty much heard the gist of everything they just have. It surrendered or repented. I go the Hebrews road with people like Dat because at some point they missed. Jesus it was right there in front of them they heard about Jesus but somehow the superiority of Jesus in in their life it just got missed and I think it's a great place to go and it has your favorite verse. Hebrews Thirteen eight. I love it. Jesus Christ race is the same yesterday today forever which point about his DNA. It's and I keep pounding on this in every discussion we we have but it's hard for us to grasp that there's a bean out. Jesus that just is when he said I am I. It's hard to granted rested. He is love. He doesn't one day decided not to love us. We come up with that in our mind. We said well. God doesn't love me anymore. Because he didn't he only no he he is loved. It narrows is not GonNa Change based on your circumstance. He is light he is life. You don't have to worry about death but we you know we get that in our mind until our heart starts going out and all of a sudden we're scared because what if what if it's not real now it's real it's real. It's not a problem we live for that moment. That's a bright sunny thought to leave on j's on rainy day. As you can see out of our unashamed podcast commands. Watch the weather this morning for we duck on it and they said listen to this zero percent chance answer bring them find. Chicks are too fine to know about this right now. Why they don't know about the weather they never go out? They're in a studio studio looking at the computer in a look at the computer. Let me just checked. Well we better tell him. It's raining because it is all right so so we gotta wrap this up. But since we're we're recording in this on the day of the National Championship and so so I gotta get us on record as what we think's going to happen tonight and this is going to be later aired later so you want the war. They'll all say one just short comment okay. Clemson will be difficult out to beat So you're gonNA clear on. I'm just making a statement. I agree based on what they've done over the last couple of years. They're going to the hard to be Unindo that I'm sitting on. Yes that's one hundred automobile. I'll take you as this year. I'll give you one hun- do in my right pocket. So I'm just I'll stick to what I say. They're going to be hard to beat there. You go I'm not saying no I'm just saying I think it's a shoot beats them. They're going to really have to come to pull him bets. When there's not a clear agreement Alabama was land? Obama played them in the championships last year. The year before I'm looking and over there and save an is using the Lord's name in vain. But but the DAB always over there with his troops praying and the prayers. One saw al.. Just say these guys they are they do. God bless us with foot. He's if you notice that he's a great i. I Love Hobby and I would be pulling for Clinton Against Alabama you by at least in. I concur with at least ten which is not not a whole lot right. That's what I'm saying. They'll probably win but it's going to be difficult to beat Clemson China take up one hundred. I guess that's that's not. That's not going to happen. I'll tell you much of a gambler go. Tagging is not gambling. If you know you're going to win we are so oh glad you're watching and listening to the ashamed. PODCAST be sure to like us on facebook. Subscribe on Youtube and I tunes. That's GONNA keep you up today with all. The new episodes IOS in salsa. Let other people find out about our podcast. 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"hebrews hall" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"hebrews hall" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"That's friends without the our best of us. Thank you oh thank you for bringing this fucking game into my life love. Do you need you start doing work though. I don't blame you this person Z.. Corn on our forums. I'm embarrassed to say pointed this out what's up with the other day you do in the Rock Tuck and Roll Hall of fame announced but that took place. Eleven months ago was that the ceremony was back in March. This is why you were confused when Houston didn't make it when I rather rattled off some names. Yeah yeah I I remember fairly recently reading the nominees and I don't think we ever mentioned who the winners are and I'm like. Oh I guess they're out so so I went to the website and the website shows the twenty nine thousand nine winners but I should've clicked on twenty twenty which isn't so obvious and that's why Winnie Houston wasn't accepted because she wasn't up for it last year. Also say that the first second day should have been embarrassed right. This is better but of course a lot of these people in two thousand twenty. They're dead now. Whitney Houston Biggie. Smalls soundgarden thin lizzy singer not rex. Founder I don't know who's presenting James Dean. There's going to be a lot of a lot of video of people so I wonder if they don't pass a few people because they have to have some people there right like maybe these are the most influential and the ones that should be in. But they're like well. How are we gonNA have a ceremony? So we're GONNA find out in two thousand twenty. No not with me. Twenty twenty two. Thank you see corn. Let me tell you about another APP. This APP as a matter of fact speaking of music US edition. No no joke. I've been using it at so it's an APP that has taught me guitar. So here's the challenge that I took. This is before we were dating. I was complaining to like. I don't know how to play Qatar. I've always wanted to my fingers. Don't move in ways. I think they're too fat like all this kind of stuff. And he's like fifteen minutes a day you absolutely will be able to do with ten fifteen minutes. Whatever and I'm like no you don't get it like I've tried picking up a guitar and I'm fascinated by people being able to maneuver like that? We also don't don't try when we pick up an instrument to just to marry a little land we put on the slash ever GonNa but I even tried like a friend of mine taught me a couple of strums uh-huh and even that my fingers were hurting after like a minute of doing it and I was just getting mad like I knew. I don't know how to do instruments. This is the worst I could seeing. But it can't play anything and it doesn't help me out and he's like you can't challenge right. You do it for you do the guitar. I'm musician for fifteen minutes a day and I'M GONNA try to learn Hebrew for fifteen minutes a day and we're going to see how that works and honestly within like first of all in the first day using US edition I was like Oh my now. My fingers aren't as fat as I thought they can maneuver around this and after a couple of months jerome happened to be at my house and I you doing it every morning and they give you like some popular songs to to work with. Also he recognized the song that I was playing in the band. It was red. Hot Chili Peppers yes. I couldn't fucking believe it. Now ask circus. He's knows any Hebrew one fucking word now one word Xiaolong along now one fucking word to challenge him like no one word I fucking. No you know one word. I didn't report on the Hebrew Hall all of fame. Now he's like well. I'm not interested in that. I'm like Holy Shit. You can't just say that allowed good. You don't care for.

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"hebrews hall" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

11:56 min | 1 year ago

"hebrews hall" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil Robertson

"S. dot com. Get your hair going again. It was fun. I enjoyed it as well so so we're talking about. Moses Badra to get get into the meat of the matter last time we sorta laid out you kind of just following this a stream of these patriarchs these people that God raised up and so we're at the point now in the book of Exodus if you're follow along with us and we've noted that God it usually uses the last people that you would think that from our perspective to lead you know his will wheel that that that's what you keep seeing and it always seems like almost an impossible situation and Moses certainly was that because he was as we described last time he was basically marked to die you know along with all the other Hebrew baby floating downloading down the river and any winds up being the man you know is the journey to get there is pretty and credit Hollywood. If Hollywood did this. That's L. listing. I know and it's funny they did. They did it member. It was Batman Played Moses but I don't know the Christian Bale but it was so do you ever see now. I never watched it was was always a little weird about those kind of movies because it just kind of like an Noah thing when they had the kind of liked it. It was Kinda Comical Aniko but the rock monsters and I don't know I see from steady see where the get those ideas and you know we've all with Hollywood. We get it you know but what I do like. is they try you know. I think a lot of people in religion tried to get everything exactly right and I think a lot of news. Stories are basically giving the overall narrative of what happened. You get the principles because in the end if you miss how it relates to Jesus send us. Will you pretty much missed it anyway. Why sit there and argue an hour about what the town was that he will from here but you see that a lot in religion? Get the morning you know. I'm like if you're at your chart and you're doing like a nine weeks series on Paul's missionary journeys. Ah I think we've missed the point here you know you better get in what he was sharing instead of the exact location and the tools geography Agatha lesson but I'm telling you say that you would think this common sense. Hey Go visit a local church near you and see the kind of stuff that you you hear and you wonder why they're not growing doing so. Moses in exodus three basically gets to the burning Bush was just kind of where we left off last and he gets a direct communique from the Almighty in a Bush. That's on fire. They won't burn up which you think about everything. They're fixing to go through. I thought about this later. After we talked about that it is basically representing you know when you see a bliss that should be burning up and and it does and you know what they were fixed to go through which you have every every reason on what's fixing to happen to quit and give up because this is fixed and get tough but you don't you know. I just thought about that. How that applies in life that that God is able to give you some some kind of visual image like that where this should destroy you but if you're with with me you will survive. I think that's a subconscious you know. We read it as a story but if you actually saw that you start thinking about that you know he probably thought about about that light well. What does it mean why why's God representing himself in a Bush that doesn't burn up that should be destroyed Roy but he has the ability when you think something is over. You think it's going to be destroy. He has the power but who survive. I think it's a good subliminal subconscious mess it is and from Moses perspective thing about this. He's eighty years old. You know he had been a young man. You know zero to forty raised in Pharaoh's house. He had an altercation that we talked about last time he winds up in the desert for forty years. Thank him basically any chance he had any sort of normal life or back doc was in Egypt. That's gone forty years in the desert you being here day. You're seventy four. If all of a sudden this would happen now to you. You'd already lived your whole life and all of a sudden guys. Oh wait a minute. I got I got something. You hadn't even thought about about a task that's right so just the age factor of where he's at so he sees this and basically he's told by God. You're going to go back to Egypt and you're. GonNa Leave my people out Moses who by now you know one time. He seemed like he says says about himself. He could never speak very well but the balances earlier he wa- Hebrew says he was a young man he was strong in character and conviction was able to speak but he's he's lost all that and so now he does need more to do it he said. Can you send somebody else because it's kind of like you. Were talking about it. He didn't want to do it himself and so the Bible says says the Lord was angered it. It May Guy Mad at him. He said wait a minute now. Is this in chapter three. We're talking about when he said Yeah. We and we said I am who right. I am who I am which is basically God saying you know when you say who Emma Light. We're a proper now you know the name. Moses and he's like I'm I'm a noun and if you think about it and now not a verb and I have no time constraint all right. I'm an adjective adjective also and when you think about that grammatically on right he was saying. I'm like a living organism awesome you know I 'cause I am who I am this same thing of Jesus. Tell Him I am well and things about John has always been invisible. There's you know instill is in the sense of people see and communicate but there's no actually. CNN which I thought was interesting that that verse in Hebrews needed read that I think so I mean because you know if you're like me I kinda now. I'm not a real smart. Fella people listen and see thank you start reading exodus. What what is you get bogged down in the details and the Hittites and the you know presides all this but when you go to me with the presides hides maybe I'm not sure that's an official group of people that was a but you go to Hebrews which I think mirrors the exodus exodus experience and the law the giving of the law and then that beyond the shadow to Jesus coming. Would you agree with that and you have this in chapter what you call this the hall of faith the account the Hebrews Hall of fame so you basically they sum up Moses just in like four verses which Jio makes you think how you'll be summed up at the end if you could even make the book right but it does have a line that is also a me. It starts off in Twenty Three A. C. Twenty twenty four it said Hebrews Loan Twenty four or twenty five it says he chose to be mistreated along with the people of God rather than than to enjoy the pleasures of CNN for short time which which you kind of describe that line which goes in I mean I think that's something noble to be shared right but then against twenty seven he says by faith left Egypt not fearing the king's anger. He persevered because he saw him who is invisible. I'm in now. That is a statement when you think about how he got through all this will what was his secret. What are their life lessons that that we can see really that describes all of us and what we have in Jesus. We are literally walking around on earth. Trusting something that is invisible which sounds crazy to the world but us is just standard operating procedure seen. Did you do see the qualities you can see them and John the Potts said when you see people and they're known for their love for God and one another. He said that's when you see God. That's how you see right. You see him by people's live. That's try lighter. The world's sought of year we can show them. God but we better be on our game and we better watch our mouth in. What's what we do as we walk by. Faith goes one MISSTEP and they're gonNA say Nah. Now I mean we had the life is his a statement miss on memory add the man and the quail you know that what he was looking at it not like. Oh this is cool. The bread fallen one of phenomenon on he was like now this God and ultimately that would be related to Jesus remember I can't Theon that example when of Moses and it said Godwin pleased with them but it said they drank from the water the the water that came out of the Rock. I'm not sure where that story is an exodus but but it says an an is it I ten or something I missed him. It says that rock that accompanied them was Christ right and I also so you remember that and I think it's Joe Four. He became flesh. He was with them or yeah and you remember John Faubert Jesus talking and they were having this debate over trust him Moses roses or him and Jesus is like you're reading the scriptures thinking you're GonNa get eternal life and you're missing the parts about me. Yep You know you can't get eternal off without me but then he said an interesting thing he said Moses the one putting your trust in he wrote about me yeah which is one of the things they're like what thousands of years ago Jackie Moses wrote about you well. You're you're someth member in John. Eight whenever he would they would tell me Abraham which of course predates Moses and they were like we know who Abraham is. We're children children of Abraham. But who are you and that's when Jesus said before Abraham was born. I am which goes back to that same context that burning he made a statement. I am the God of Abraham Isaac and Jacob was. There's been a long time since they had been on the earth and most people say were God would have said I was there. God maintenance now right but God was telling Moses I that Bush. I'm just letting you know I am their God. They're not dad. That's right there on the other side and their they physically have died but they're alive which is two thousand years later. Jesus uses the exact same language language his out is he said to him he's he's not the god of the dead but of the living sorry him they all are alive. Yeah that's why you're looking sea and Moses standing standing up here on the Mount of transfiguration a body some kind of body or glorified body any larger standard Tago Ziza's thousands of years look after they supposedly we're on the Earth you sat one of my gods showed him then and there are glowing those the apostle they're looking Peter Namli whoa right but that's also why this is the most the most powerful organism own planet earth the church because men when Jesus said you you know it. It's like the spirit you you see it affects but you compared it to the win and and basically yeah the wind is invisible sublime you can look at it and you know the wind's blown because the trees are moving right yep but that's the same way the Holy Spirit of God works. You see the fix but you it's invisible you..

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"hebrews hall" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"hebrews hall" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Straight year. Unbelievable not only the Mets not gonna have success, but they're out of it injuries. We will not even the fourth of July. The one thing the one thing you can do for me. Yes, you said it is get Calloway outta here. Yes. And bring a real manager in here. And let's see how it goes the rest of the year. I made it not Jim Riggleman please. God forbid, you're getting a room manager unless you guarantee them three or four years. Okay. So good. So, so gimme gimme Joe Girardi or give me Buck Showalter or gimme dusty Baker, and guaranteed at three or four years. You know what that would do? And. I think the fan base at least would say okay, well that's something. Well, that's the thing. That's what it would do. It would lease to this fan base, which is the shoveled right now. We are at. Of a franchisee, what beat to a pulp, right? Which is beat up to a pulp. That would be a rare piece of good news. It's not gonna solve all their problems. We're not all that naive, but at least in the short term, we would feel somewhat better about ourselves this. But it's the same thing I just feel like we were sitting here at a year ago, saying the same stuff and here we are again, look, here's the problem done. And I could say it is about pretty much every team. Well, not pretty much maybe not the ranges. They're second class organization. That's what they Mets are a second class, second rate organization. That's it, they're on that way. And a performance about this is who they are. And if winning if they win great if they don't win. Okay. That's, that's the mind is that long ago when Fred wilpon said meaningful September baseball. I've never heard Jeff wilpon sir. Sunset. He doesn't say much Joe we'd ever hear from him. Right. The good news not for me. But the good news is that the Rangers acquired Jacob Trudeau guy looks like a good good ranges with the other three. No. Notice that I did not do though, because the Rangers are clear. You've got an idea. They're the most well known for and they're run by the same owner of the basket because he has a camp about hockey JD in that was a great move. I got an idea. There's no doubt about it. But outside of that. There's no idea nothing nothing. And the Mets situation is it's brutal. It's present your mal Adams on TV. Yeah. It's brutal. Gets worse by the day coming up later. We got a couple of legends coming on the show today legend, number one, New York eighty Pedic you know what before you even get to the next legend. Yes, because I forgot because dove who is going into the all of fame. I don't know if it's what do they call this whole famous going into is it the Hebrew hall of fame, something like that. But he's going into the hall of fame congratulations to him. They have today. Of course, dove is not doing the show. He's a big shot. He's got to do. He's running a new computer system is something so they were hit today, interviewing him and he's saying how he's not going to go to the event. What do you mean not going to? He's not going to the enshrinement talking about how could you not go told him, I would even go, and if they let me, I don't know what they let me going on. I would go there, and I would actually introduce. Does he think he's Torello is he's not going to go to his enshrinement come on be better than that, right? I mean I even often but that's why I forgot to mention that we alive from the black studio with delicious black bay deli meats and cheeses only ShopRite. Yes, we've Andy Pettitte coming out at twelve twenty and to talk more about this mess, the legendary how the great our calls the game on the radio on. He's dying right along all. Yes. And he's only got to do this ninety. At least I could shut the TV off. That's true. And apparently down in Atlanta. The weather is worse down there than it is up here. That's a plus. I know they're going to tomorrow's exactly see that before noon game Tamar. No, that'd be the Yankees. We're off road. Dad is a correct. There you go. So we'll get to how he rose coming up at eleven the great Andy Pettitte at twelve twenty we'll come back and get to the keys, because you saw dinosaur last night. You saw a complete game shutout but in going Robert here in the mid that. Even in my own home, I had my own designated space to smoke. I.

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"hebrews hall" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today

The Friends of Israel Today

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"hebrews hall" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today

"Temple. Deborah's vision of a woman being known for defeating Cicero, Kate true. John L killed Cicero. When I look at this story in the book of judges. I always think of how amazing it is that God's call on someone's life can always get worked out. No matter. How many times you might ignore it when you're called by God, he is summoning you or me to a task that he will accomplish no matter what Barack was called to be a judge for Israel and to defeat the Canaanite general Cicero and technically Barack did that, but he went into a battle without confidence in the Lord's leading. The Lord was going to defeat the Canaanites that's a given everybody. The next part of the story is getting Barack to do what God called him to do. So God commissioned Deborah to remind Barack of his call. We all need a friend like, Deborah. We all need someone to see. What is the best? The Lord has for our lives. We need a friend who can see the call. The Lord has given us and how we can live it out for the Lord's glory. We need a friend who is honest, and who knows the issues that we're dealing with in life who can see our shortcomings, and where we need to be more diligent to work through maybe areas of sin in our life. God puts people in our lives like, Deborah. So that we don't miss the best of what the Lord has for us. And notice Debra didn't simply share a message with Barack where he's missing the best of what the Lord has called them to do. And then walk away in his fear and trepidation, you know, she didn't just simply leave him there. Instead Debra agrees to go with him into battle sometimes in life. We are baracks. And sometimes in life. We are Deborah's sometimes we need to be encouraged by other Christian, friends and family to see beyond our own limited scope to see beyond our reality. And to trust more in the Lord for his protection and provision in our lives, and you know, and then there are times that we need to be like, Deborah. There are times where we need to be the person who speaks truth into our friends and families lives, we need to encourage our friends and family to step out of a sin that is plaguing their life or to step into a new role at work or in ministry or to simply walk alongside a friend. Who was struggling a few months ago? I was at the two thousand sixteen national APEC convention, and one of the featured guest was an elderly woman named Eleanor Jacobson who is the daughter of Edward Jacobson. Not many people know who Edward Jacobson is Eleanor told the story of her father, and what most people don't know is that before Israel became a state in one thousand nine. Forty eight president Harry Truman questioned the survival of a future Jewish state. He didn't really believe it could happen. And Israel soon to be first for a president Heim whitesman really wanted to meet with president Truman to convince him to support the existence of a Jewish state. He really wanted to be able to speak his mind into speak his heart to president Truman, but Truman wasn't interested in meeting with him. And that's when Truman's close friend an old business partner Edward Jacobson who had access to the Oval Office met with Truman and encouraged him to spend just a few moments with Heim Weizman and those few moments will change Truman's perspective on a future Jewish state completely because this meeting became incredibly fruitful. It's from that meeting Truman who would be one of the first to support the new Jewish state. But it couldn't have happened everybody unless his friend Edward Jacobson. Encouraged him to take that daring step. That's what the story of the judge of Barack and Deborah show us. It's a true story of what it means to have a friend to step out with you. And to see what the Lord has for the best of your life to take that daring step now. Listen when we return from our break, you'll want to be sure to stick around to hear about an often overlooked judge Jeff foe. So stick around. From beginning to end, the book of judges chronicles, very depressing moment Israel's history, the people all site of the God who promised them rest in peace in the land of Israel. And instead they worship false idols. God unwilling to let people wallow in their sins. Send imperfect judges to rescue them from their enemies journey to the time of the judges. And examine the lives of four delivers found in Hebrews hall of heroes. Barack Gideon Jetta and Samson in Elwood mcquaid's book, not to the strong. Steve we've talked about this book. And I know you had a lot to say about it. What wasn't about this book that impacted your life? Chris not to the strong. Maybe my favorite book bil- equate and the influence it had on my life was the reminder of how God uses flawed imperfect week people that are simply 'obedient to his call put their faith in God's plan and provision. This book showed me that things like doubt in my life things that would prohibit God's work that he could use them. For his glory. Not too strong is really practical. And I can't say enough about it to get your copy of the book not too strong. Visit our website FOIA radio dot org or you can call our toll free number eight eight three four three six nine four zero to order your copy of not too strong. We've

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"hebrews hall" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today

The Friends of Israel Today

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"hebrews hall" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today

"From beginning to end, the book of judges chronicles, very depressing moment Israel's history, the people lost sight of the God who promised them rest in peace in the land of Israel. And instead they worship false idols. God unwilling to let people wallow in their sins sent imperfect judges to rescue them from their enemies journey to the time of the judges. And examine the lives of four delivers found in Hebrews hall of heroes. Barack Gideon Jetta and Samson in Elwyn mcquaid's book, not to the strong. Steve we've talked about this book. And I know you had a lot to say about it. What wasn't about this book that impacted your life? Chris not to the strong may be my favorite book by mcquaid and the influence that had on my life was the reminder of how God uses flawed imperfect week people that are simply 'obedient to his call put their faith in God's plan and provision. This book showed me that things like doubt in my life things that would prohibit God's work that he could use them for his glory. Not to the strong is really practical. And I can't say enough about it to get your copy of the book not to the strong. Visit our website FOIA radio dot org or you can call our toll free number eight three four three six nine four zero to order your copy of not to the strong. Welcome back. My friends. We started a new series on the book of judges and in this first series. We're looking at both a who'd and Gideon, and we just looked at the conviction of who'd. And once again, the leadership in Israel fell off the rails. And with it went the people as well as judges chapter six opens, the people of Israel once again, did what was evil in the sight of the Lord with no good strong leadership the people lost their way because the Israelites left the Lord stop trusting in the Lord. The Lord raised up the millions who overtook them, and this is when the Lord called Gideon to be a judge or a deliver for Israel yet, contrary to a hoot, which we just heard about Gideon is going to need some serious convincing that God is on his side. Just listen to what the Texas here an angel. The Lord appears to Gideon and tells him the Lord is with you a mighty man of valor. Go in this might of yours and save is. Israel from the hand of median this shows that God see something and Gideon Gideon was probably a man of high standing in his community Gideon questions his own ability to take on the midnights, and he complains to the Lord. And he says, you know, what that I don't think I could do this. I'm from the weakest of all the tribes. And I'm really the smallest in my family, and he's complaining to the Lord that he's inadequate and the Lord had to remind Gideon I'm going to be with you. It's okay. But that wasn't enough forgetting Gideon wanted a sign he wanted something tangible that he could hold onto that God was with him and hold do this a couple times in his story. He will want God to prove that he is present in the midst of this battle most famous of gideon's requests is the one where he asked the Lord to prove that he will be with him in battle by causing the fleece to be full of do in the morning. And then everything else that's a round the fleece. He lays out will be dry. And you know, what God does that for them yet again forgetting it's not enough. Gripped by fear getting again Ascott to do this little miracle and so- Gideon says I lay the fleece out. But this time make the fleece dry in the morning and everything else have do on it. And God again does what he asks gideon's fear here compared to a who'd is borderline debilitating. It prevents him from fully trusting in. God's word. And you know, he Gideon needs to have a sign and God's word isn't enough. Forget, ian. Fear in a leader can have a profound effect on the direction, they're taking their people like in Gideon case. He's never certain. He's doing the right thing. By simply listening to God's call Gideon is stopped dead in his tracks until he has proof. He needs hard evidence that he's doing the right thing. And you would think when God calls on a man of valor. You would know he's on your side, but again giddy and his paralyzed by fear. I believe fear is one of the biggest enemies with church today. Satan, leverages fear to prevent great men and women from serving him when a Christian has an idea to fulfill the greatest commandment, which is to love God and to serve others or to work out the great commission, which is to make the gospel known. This is a seed that God plants that could give great reward. And yet oftentimes our biggest obstacle to accomplishing. That goal is the. Fear that it won't work or it's not going to succeed or the fear of failure. So this whole thing just never happens instead of taking the step of faith fear, like Gideon, clouds are spiritual judgment and prevents us from going forward. Or even worse, we begin to act like giddy, and we start to beg Godford signs. I want proof God show me. This is you show me proof. And the reality is one sign is never enough. God may give you a sign, but then we get addicted to signs instead of trusting in God's word now God will challenge gideon's faith, trusting in the Lord. And following his word doesn't always produce. What we wanted to God will dwindle gideon's army from twenty two thousand men down to just three hundred. But God does this for his own glory to show men like Gideon, it's not your size. It's not your stature. It's not your smart or your strength that wins in the eyes of the Lord, but really the one characteristic. The Lord is looking for is the faith. You have in his abilities. Accomplish the task that he set before you and let me say this as well. We'll never escape fear. Fear is written in our DNA. But it's what you fear that changes everything see giddy and feared for his own life. And I'm sure what others would think about him as well. And this paralyzed Gideon, and it can paralyze us as well where the scripture say, the only healthy fear is fearing the Lord. And this is where we'll find not only the wisdom, but the freedom to trust him. Remember,

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"hebrews hall" Discussed on The Bible Binge

The Bible Binge

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"hebrews hall" Discussed on The Bible Binge

"Jamie. Hey, guys. So an interesting side note, both Hebrews eleven thirty one and James two twenty five which are the two places in the New Testament that speak of Rahab indicate that Rahab had put her faith in. Jehovah before the spies ever got Jericho. I just thought that was interesting. Yeah. I'm glad she mentioned that 'cause I didn't all the reading. I did. I never found. I couldn't tell if it was just she was like these guys were cool. I want to convert what the motivation was I like to that. You know, our conversation about her like her job. It's complicated. Right. Like if she's put her faith like there's no reference to like, I'm not running this house anymore. Like because I've like because there is this idea like, oh, you're on the way. And then you turn your u-turn way from that. And it's like, no, I'm still in the midst of this work, but I'm also believing in God, I'm Anthony interesting conversation as complicated. She's like, I can't I wanna be an Instagram fluence. But I gotta get swipe up. So I'm just until swipe up. I'm gonna do this. This thing that. Yeah. No that works Diller be Aaron it's good. No, find next view Rahab is the only person mentioned in the Hebrews hall of faith with a negative. Label attached to her name prostitute, David's not mentioned as an adulterer Samson's not mentioned as a dummy, but Rahab who converts an assist the spies in leading Israel to victories still gets labeled a prostitute. But I loved that. This doesn't take her out of contention for inclusion in God's family, John Calvin says, quote, in the fact that a woman who had gained shameful livelihood by prostitution was shortly after admitted into the body of the chosen people and became a member of the church. We are furnished with a striking display of divine grace, which could penetrate into place of shame and draw forth from it, not only Rahab, but her father and other members of her family into quote, I do think it's important to note that many women who have to enter into the work of prostitution don't do it because they are sinful or love extramarital sex. But because they need to provide for their family or they've been forced into it due to religious or economic pressures. We can't know why Rahab was prostitute. But we know the story, and I think Jonathan Merritt says it best quote you, and I don't get to choose who sits at the table and quote. Praise. God for that. Okay. Yeah. There's not a ton to add. I love the the, quote, she's you, and I don't get to choose sits the table. That's that's good stuff. And I like this. She put it out because I never thought about this before about the fact that all these other guys who are mentioned many of them have real issues like they made huge mistakes. But somehow there there label is different than hers. And I like, I appreciate that. She pointed that out because I think sometimes we can be like, I don't know. I think sometimes we can read this and forget that like still this was written by this might have been influenced by the way, people saw the world. Yeah. Because it's like a one hand. Yes. One hundred percent agree on one hand. I can get it a little bit because I think the origination of like, David or Samson is a judge or after God's heart where Rahab origination is a brothel runner or whatever. So it's like that a foundational part is is there. Entity. But I do a hundred percent agree that there is not a universal. I dunno. Not disparity. But some things are overlooked guys. And somethings will never be overlooked with women, especially with Rahab. But I'm glad that she. I'm glad that she's in the hallway. I'm glad that we have that idea that like, it's not whatever you did whatever you didn't do maybe defines you a little bit. Maybe it maybe it's the shorthand we identify you with. But that doesn't matter the beauty is God can take that thing that maybe brings you. Shame and an eighty and God can go I can use that. I've noticed issue. All day long. Don't worry about that are Jamie. That's gonna do for this episode of the bible before you go. Please. Make sure that you are subscribed to our newsletter. You go to the bobble binge dot com slash newsletter. And here's why this is the last episode in the season, we hope even joined it and season. Six is actually we've already recorded the first episode. It's already in the works. And it's coming sooner than you think. 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"hebrews hall" Discussed on The Bible Binge

The Bible Binge

12:04 min | 1 year ago

"hebrews hall" Discussed on The Bible Binge

"Like this favor? You know, God, you're great. But we got some you got some loopholes here enjoyed didn't fill me in on all of this. Right. So in verse thirteen when she saw that he had left his cloak and her hand had run out of the house. She called her household servants. Look, she said to them this Hebrew has been brought to us to make sport of us. He came in here to sleep with me. But I screamed when he heard me scream for help he left his cloak beside me and ran out of the house. I feel like whoever she's talking to like, okay? That was a lot of detail. Feels like you're super lying, and I know that like the like, I'm assuming it was just like the housekeeper into. Okay, Mesopotamia her. And I love that. And when she says this, by the way, do you catch the settle reference to her has been he brought him here? Right. Tried to have sex. When when did you do that? I like that you get hit at like, oh, maybe this husband and wife aren't like super close in about to renew. Their vows. All right versus stain. She kept his beside her until his master came home. Then she told him the story that Hebrew slave. You brought us came to me to make sport of me. But as soon as I screamed for help he left his cloak beside me, and he ran out of the house and to say this to the her husband understanding the culture at the time to accuse someone of adultery. It's a death sentence. You're going to be executed. So what she's doing is not just like he made me mad. It's union of murder him. And guess what? She's married to a guy who could totally do that. Yeah. I think it's really interesting. Not skipping ahead. But I think it's really interesting that Joseph doesn't get. Yes. Okay. So versus teen when his master heard the story his wife told him saying, this is how you're treated me. He burned with anger Justice master took him and put him in prison the place where the kings prisoners were confined. So I read a commentary by kidner- and said death was the death was the only penalty Joseph could reasonably expect for those reasons you said, his reprieve presumably owed much to the respect. He had one in Potter's mingled raff and restraint may reflect the fate misgiving about the full accuracy of the charge in the mid rash. Abramova no, shrine Neil. The name explains that. Padres wife had accused other servants of the same crime in the past with exacting detail. Probably. So I think pot of hers like, yeah. Okay. Sorry, man. She does this like this sucks for you like super hard. But I'm gonna like I'll take care of you. I guess because that's legally keep her this is complicated in truth. Like, he couldn't be like, she's crazy. Like just keep doing your thing. It would interesting about this. As I read that in our in the cultural study backgrounds bible that I use one of the things that said was that imprisonment was such a rare punishment for crime. So there wouldn't have been like classic jails and prisons at the time. So that was probably literally that Joseph was placed in a part because it says he's placed where the kings prisoners were confined, they said that it would probably have been in the guards home. And so he was probably moved from the upstairs to the downstairs. We've gotta downton abbey situation. Now be situation where he doesn't get to come out of his room ever. But I thought that was interesting in the concept of like. Well, I really should murder you because that's really the only punishment that this crime is worthy of. But I don't really believe her or I like you so much like you said, I like you so much. So you now have to be in the man cave, but NAR Kooiman K, but not cool man cave. Batman, cave Bank. No, no. I know TV XBox no bathroom pool table. But and I think that's really interesting, especially in some of the things I've read it always emphasize is how Old Testament punishment autism is all about not getting too much bugging. Exactly what you deserve. Right. That's the that's the urgency of Justice. And I think it's really if you think of Joseph as a Christ figure, I think it's really interesting to think of this guy. Not getting what he deserves. Right. Right. And then you think in the new system Jesus getting way more than he deserves. But he's doing it for something. That's redemptive. Ultimately. Well, yes, again, like you said not to spoil it. But we may see that in the license eventually. Continuing verse twenty but while Joseph was there in the prison. The Lord was with him. He showed him kindness and granted him favor in the eyes of the prison warden. So the warden is in charge of all those held in the prison, and he was made responsible for all that was done there. The warden paid no attention to anything under Joseph's care because the Lord was with Joseph and gave him success in whatever he did. Do you think it's realistic to think that Joseph had a reputation as like, the the slave you want like the guy who when he's in your purview yon, just like tap out and just chill out for the rest of the. Yeah. It's like a it's like a. Gonna Aaron the me where you can just be like, well, she'll do it. It'll be fine. Don't worry about it. It's somebody in your life that you can go. This is somebody, trustworthy, and how lucky for us for him to ended up in prison. This is so convenient I feel there was a lot of fist pumps Garth. Brooks was secretly like tag. Now. I gotta train new one. I know he might have sex with her. I don't know. I don't know. What's going to happen? We don't know. And we were talking about this before just been there eleven years. Yeah. So I think it's really Garth Brooks that had this guy for Levin years, and in this goes down, and he's like, well, it's tough to have someone who's proven themselves for eleven years. Now, you have to do now have to be rid of them. But like, there's a there's a real sadness there with relations because all of these lessons on your. That's the other reason he probably like, despite the fact that he was like, I really liked the sky, and he's a good guy takes care of our our house. Well, and his wife spooky town. Yeah. And and also like what happens all the blessings blessings go to prison within his gods. Like me or like, he's really. I worship not him. So this is complicated. Yeah. So here we in the story here is basically will will stay in prison. Do the other prisoners today think he's hot what will happen next? Will he say good enough to make it in the Hebrews hall of faith? That is for a future episode. Okay. So let's get into our support of wrap up the first question just for the season. Do we agree on whether or not pod for his wife was a shady lady? We finally have a very easy very easy where she for. Sure was shady lady looked she pursued it employee. She sexually harassed them. She was willing to cheat on her husband she stole his cloak. He cannot keep a cloak and she falsely accused him that would have led to his death. I didn't think about the theft of the cloak. That's a serious offence to have. Coat. He can't keep a co so rude. Okay. Who is your MVP and the story. Okay. So if it was for sure chose when I do about Joseph is we know that has not perfect from that previous season. You know, the very reason that is brothers hated him is because he kept having these dreams where he was like, oh my gosh. There's a dream where you're all worshiping me. And so he's he has an arrogance about him when he's younger just not fully understanding how to like socially interact with people. So he's not a perfect guy. But he kept on the prize. Right. Which was the very thing is I want to obey God. And I want to be true to the God, I worship. And I like that. He did that even through lots of reasons why it could feel like God had forsaken him. He still kept his on the press. I think that's good. And I agree. I think Joe Joe is really good candidate for MVP, Jamie. I just when I think about this. I think it's got I think God's love. Always God Yuqing me these Embi. No, just just for the diversity of conversation. I think I love how. Who knows why just had to go through? This is it because he has that like sheen of arrogance and God's like I cannot promote this guy directly. He's going to be the worst like I got humble him a little bit. I don't know. What that is. Maybe it is maybe it isn't. But I like that Joe Joseph is in this tough situation and God's always there with him with his struggles. He was like, I'm not gonna make perfect for you. But I'm gonna I'm gonna bless you. I'm gonna bless everyone around you everyone's going to know about you. So it's like, it's really cool thing of God, not affecting the immediate circumstances. The story but in always being present throughout took. Who took the biggest L, obviously, it's mrS Potter for look she had a lot of chances to turn this one around. You know, like every day every day that she kept pursuing him. She could have really been like, you know, what I love my husband, even if he did Thursday on the lake I really love how Egyptian story Jamie, come on. No matter. I still think wake. She could have just said I'm going to be a loving wife to my husband, and I'm not gonna cues this guy who looked she was benefiting from the blessings on the house too. And she decided to throw that away. Just so just for the just for the hot piece. That's not. Okay. Let's not okay. Potter's wife. I'm gonna go. I'm gonna go Potter for just because within the story. He's got this crazy lady. He's gotta deal with. He's got this. Awesome Brosky serving guy he could trust and his awesome. And then like we're sitting here talking about him. Maybe he was a eunuch. Maybe not. It's just a tough swirl around. It is very very stressful for him. Okay. Let's get into our application will wrap of our. So what who cares? Okay. So in this passage one of my favorite verses? Is in verse nine it says how jobs was talking to her and saying how then could I do such a wicked thing and sin against God? I love Joseph doesn't call mrS Potter for wicked. He called the adultery wicked. And what I love about. That is of course, she was shady we've already concluded that, but she's never beyond redemption. Right. It doesn't mean that Joseph stayed there. And he helped her figure it all out and was like, I'm gonna be your friend. And we'll figure out why you're having all these struggles sexual here why you're not being faithful to your husband. But sometimes we are in situations where we're shady, and we're not all we are also not beyond redemption at the same time. They're going to be people in our lives who will need to get out of their cloak and get out of our lives for their own sake. And so when we are in relationship, the flip side of that is true when we're in relationship with shady people we may need to remove ourselves from those situations to protect ourselves. And sometimes we mean even have to leave are closed behind to do it and knowing that either side of that again. No one is beyond redemption, even mrS Potter. That's good. My Sua who cares is. So like when I was reading about the story. I read something Martin Luther said who he's talking Joseph, and he said accordingly. Joseph was not only good and chased not only diligently poured out prayers to God for his master for the king and for the whole land of Egypt. But he's also a most vigilant overseer and manager of the domestic tasks, so why does that matter? Well, Joseph was good, a faithfulness. We know that also real good at work. Okay. I think a lotta times we prioritize godliness or faithfulness is the only thing we want to be good at it seemed good at and we let our secular tasks or obligations fall by the wayside. And to me. I think there's a lot of the reason why Christian art can be so bad. I think the effort is just to be Christian Centric or godly and very little effort is put towards being like, actually excellent. But I love Joseph's example of how he's favored as a kid. He's got like, the choice fashion. Then it gets sold in the slavery sucks. Big plot twist. But instead of powder. About it. And just doing the bare minimum in every single situation. He's always the best. He's always doing incredible work and he's noticed for that. And I think like what a what a testament to the power of the whole of our influence. I think a lotta times we try to catch the holy line. Just the right way or try to use the right bible verse in our profile, and that that's the best fossil testimony. We can give. But when really I think it's to pursue excellence in all things, I think, you know, it's not just whatever it is that we believe it's how we treat others. It's our integrity. It's a work ethic. It's how we make the world a better place. I think some of the some of the some of the things we do very much falls in the category of God's stuff or faithful stuff. But in my experience, I think it's how we handle ourselves in the not God stuff that makes people interested in what we do think about the gods stuff. That's so good. And lastly before we go we're gonna end with an accountability. Seven we call a gentle rebuke with our resident bible scholar. Airman our tradition we Erin and she in turn replies with the issues, which we will now face the music for and full disclosure

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"hebrews hall" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

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"hebrews hall" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Others so may be just fine source sticking with the food truck model that they have now were different food trucks come on different days no i'm excited for it i can say i specially like the way that you guys described at the that the food and beer pairing not so much as as pairings but creating eat adventure with what scott's doing with what you guys are providing on the liquid side of things where there is no such thing is a perfect pairing any way everybody's got different concept of of what's good and what goes gotta go there haste butts absolutely so i'm i'm excited for the experience and i'm excited for more of the food growth and the side of the industry so i'm excited i i will be back for for more that poor cata in in i'm excited because it gives us more places to take to the show that will give us their food welcome back any time no more than once a month speaking of growth we vote would you the pierre kessar pure a kid we looked course got shock approval in house joining us here at fulton welcome to the show ryan welcome to the show been very much absolutely welcome welcome to the show welcome to the community as targeted earlier nisa tell us about and shock at hebrew hall all right yeah thank you i think her thank you for having us on also assay thinks of the fulton team and giving us a place here this afternoon abso treat so thank you again you know i i guess i was started out by saying that it's it's bill you're listening to the fulton team prior to satian is something really jumps out at me when i listen to everything that's going on mmm benz heard the stories heard my ramblings for probably years now i wake up for those we're he raged throws his phone at eleven pm one i have a great idea and but i would just say that you know really it's it's it's always tough to condense this button having a brewer having a brewery has been a delusion or a dream for mine of mine for three or four or five years now unfortunately the other partner in this game and can i beer tonight he's just got some other commitments but he can come on next time but you're really what kind of.

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