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"hudson taylor" Discussed on Tape Notes

Tape Notes

06:27 min | 6 months ago

"hudson taylor" Discussed on Tape Notes

"It is you're not special bag by oligarch and have you had a chance to play that live yet to that one with the band? Yeah. Finally at the crowd waiting for the chorus in that way that you suggested. We played a latitude for the first time and it was just like this so nice. Not having a chance to road test any of this stuff was so strange because it's so nice to just slip a new song in the sand to see how people react and that usually informs your face very quickly with the facts like, oh, this needs to be faster. Like, oh, this needs to be higher or whatever. So yeah, it felt like much more of a gamble to have finished mastered songs like set and stone before they were played live. But I think it went out well. Excellent. Over your head is the next time we're going to look at. We're going to take a quick break and we'll be back with that. The next song we're going to look at from woman on the Internet is over your head, but before that I want to ask a bit about the story of U2 meeting and working together and also your own story because even though all of this is your debut album, you have been doing this for quite some time, but then you started pretty young. And as far as I can work out, your first EP release was when you were 16? Sure. Yeah, it wasn't quite that was 17, 18, I think, but it was a long time ago. Yeah. But then maybe you started performing about 16. Yeah, that would have been right. I started busking when I was about 15, 16, 'cause I couldn't get into open mics because we were 18. On the streets of Dublin. Yeah, yeah. Friends are in a band called Hudson Taylor and they were amazing a busking. They would draw these huge crowds and they have like half of sample bars. Like sat around them and clapping and I just thought it was so cool. I'd met them and they kind of took me into their wing for like a year or two and I became just like singing harmonies. I wasn't loud enough to be the person that was projecting setting news amps or anything. They always got really creative. They would stand on bins like an either side of graph and straight singing the harmonies over over your head actually. And I just thought it was so cool. And they really just let me join them for ages. So that was my first any kind of performance would have been like on the street. And then on the Internet, which is similar in the ticketed gig situations. Yeah. And actually putting videos of on YouTube and I did kind of felt like the Internet version of busking. You know, you're still just hoping that someone stops for a second and take something in and wants to stick around here the next thing. So that felt like a normal jump for me, even though it was quite different. Yeah. And then you started releasing EPs, but then there was a little break in that. Did you go to college or something or no? I never went to college. I think I just, I really scope things that I was younger because I had an audience, not because I was ready. And it was good. I wanted to keep those people there and I've been shocked at how fiercely loyal some of those people are, because even now, it's taken me so long to get my album together and I recognize some of those names is the same people who I saw on my Twitter or Facebook like 7, 8 years ago, which is like crazy. But I was worried that people wouldn't stick around. So I guess so much of the first couple EPs I released was just me and like in the garage years. Like figuring it out somewhat publicly, but still very much figuring it out and still growing into figuring out what I wanted to write about and be stylistically and what kind of production did I want around me and was it a singer songwriter thing? Was it pop? You know, just kind of flirting with all these different styles until something clicked. And even still, you know, it's like I'll still continue to develop there's no one solid thing. But it wasn't really until I met Tom that like it. Properly clicked, right now. About where you were going to go and just the right people to make it with as well. Before I knew how to demo or produce anything like I was so dependent on other people and I took a lot of pictures of the back of people's heads in their studio. You know, and I kind of felt like I was always at the back trying to articulate what I wanted and so so much of why took me so long I think was I wasn't dead set on necessarily co producing or being involved in that sense, but at the very least I wanted to understand the lingo because what's really frustrating is being in an environment where you're saying like, oh, I really want the drums to sound more orange and sparkly and you're using all these words that make sense to you, they don't make sense to anyone else. So so much of what took me so long was getting better at my individual things, singing, playing guitar, like all those things, but also like having eventually a sense of ownership over the production and then once I had that finding the person who would accommodate that and collaborate with me rather than tell me to sit at the back and saying and I'll do the rest, you know, and that was actually quite hard to find out for ages. Yeah. And then when and how did you meet Tom? I think in a writing session. Yeah, I think you came in for a writing session. With someone else? Yeah, with someone else, like, a good couple of years before we actually ever started doing anything for you. And I seem to remember, I think you posted something Instagram about David gray. And I was just like, I love a bad David Crane. And then we were just both like, oh, well she was just like Derek yesterday. Yeah, why not? Let's see what happens. And then that's when we did figure it out for the frequencies and EP. Yeah. I think that was nice. And we had so many friends and it felt like it just felt very natural. There's a lot of things that can happen in music where you put together with people you would never usually hang out with, and that can be really good. And I had come off the back of doing a lot of stuff with like much older dudes, which is totally fine, but I did find there was this especially when I wanted to get involved in the production. I was met with a lot of being patronized, you know, and when I was like, it would sometimes feel like as I would be like, hey, everyone want to start from this beat that I made. I was with a lot of people that were like, no. Like, you sit down, that's not your job. And also just people that, you know, for whatever reason, I would just never actually hang out with when I was with Thomas just so much easier, socially, but also work wise, and just felt so normal, you know. Yeah. And not kind of put together in some sort of strange combo. And I think that really helps. How long ago was that then? Copy is three years, maybe? Yeah, maybe three years ago, yeah. Yeah, it's interesting. And because your name all has been on bills around London for quite some time, no. And we had this great conversation with a couple of other people who have been on take notes. So major Peters and dodi and Maisie mentioned a gig that she did in Camden and some tiny venue where she was first on, then I think it was.

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"hudson taylor" Discussed on The Puddcast

The Puddcast

08:23 min | 1 year ago

"hudson taylor" Discussed on The Puddcast

"Seeing america as if for the first time with With these new. Is that. But i realized the formation had begun twenty years earlier at seminary and and you may know this but one of my professors who just happened to be. It was his second year there. I didn't know much about him. His name was eugene. Peterson and and i went to his office. Because i was struggling so much with reading the word in the word had always been my life. It had always been such a source of joy for me and you opened it. It's like god just spoke and now now all of a sudden it went quiet. And i was trying to. What do they say in scotland. Squeeze blood out of turnip. I was spending longer and longer reading the bible. Because i just thought i must not be doing it right. I'm not be doing it long enough. The lord miss want me more repentant more on my knees spending more time and so i went to eugene's office and i told him this terrible thing that had happened to me in. Could he please help me. Tell me what to do. I said give me a discipline. You give me something. He liked tugged. My bible took it away from me. The grab it for my hands if you put it on his top shelf in his office and then he started handpicking all these novels he said Read these and then you can come and get your bible back and and that i think he just wanted me to start seeing the different ways that god was alive and well i was alive and well but i need it to open my eyes to that reality and i i needed to be able to return to scripture with fresh eyes. So that was. That was the beginning of being slowly. Having my eyes opened or as he says in one of his books. I can't remember his says becoming a spy of god's grace so stopping the introspection that was killing me and beginning to look in other places for god's aliveness mile aliveness chretien's aliveness I think that process began Deep working me of the theology of the ordinary at least longing for. I wish someone had told me this earlier. Which had read something about it. I wish i hadn't been handed. Just the missionary stories of hudson taylor. Orc things that were gloriously extrordinary. Not for me as a young mom and you know. That's oh that's that strike so close to home. Julia is spent thirteen years on staff at the toronto blessing church. Oh my goodness that's my career even prayed for me your you're there we. My family moved from new zealand to toronto in the nineties to become part of the movement and so like all of that is where i grew up in many ways but my first church was a presbyterian church in new zealand and i have i haven't essense spiritual roots in the church scotland. My grandmother was a mcleod and knows. My grandmother was a mcgregor and my wife isn't mcleod. That's so interesting. Similarly i can trace all these different echoes and roots and kohl's right like we live in a city. We live now in a smaller city. But i grew up in sheep forming country and dairy farming country and i long for the earth and for We live surrounded by farmland at this point and periodically throughout the euro. The farmers will will fertilize their fields. And to me the it is the most beautiful smell the most soul enriching life-giving smell and i will put all the windows down in the car children of my life for all crime day. It's like and like that is the smell of life you know. And but i did but i think so much of what i internalized. Was this really dualistic. Really known embodied faith and and i didn't know what to do with it for a long time i could sense that things were wonky. What i'd been handed. And i i knew that i was sort of coming apart on the inside and i think for for me i had got to this point where i'm like if jesus is a man that's got to mean something like for god to become flesh has got to say something about the value of flesh. The goodness of flesh. I mean kenneth. Tanner said to me year on the show. You can't blast the goodness of something. God makes good. You don't made good place in house like they will there there. It is okay. Here's a really weird connection to what you're saying so you're talking about the presbyterian roots. You're talking about toronto blessing. So i went from this experience in went into calvin like not only scotland. The church you know the The mother of all presbyterian 'isms heavily influenced by by calvin but it was in reading. Calvin that i finally found a good theology for my embodiment. And i know that may sound strange to you but i think i was trying to figure out. Why is this holy spirit listening to the spirit be with by the spirit so unin bodied and why are people coming apart because we are using the holy spirit to take us out of our bodies rather than to put us into our bodies more moves and i just loved how calvin began calvin. At least i'm sure. I could have gotten it through many theologians. He just happened to be the place. I was camped out for a while. And when i began to understand the role of the spirit in uniting to christ and uniting meet of christ's body and the role of the spirit in jesus having a truly human body without the spirit jesus is body would have been disconnected. You know in a sense and so and that same spirit is trying to put me into. Christ who is embodied like you. There was this profound disembodied faith in the more disembodied the more spiritual Felt and i think the the slow gradual mercy of god was to stop all that trying to hear the spirit in this disembodied field in the lord's like Disconnect quiet that voice for a while so she can begin to find god in her body again and she could begin to find god in her guard and she can begin to find god in her children This is one of one of my favorite moments. Where the penny really dropped was. When i was i had graduated from region i was in my fourth year. Phd and feeling incredibly disembodied Because i'm i'm working so much on a computer and reading and writing and have just had my third child and feelings. I'm feeling like a dualist and and i just knew once again being a good dualist. I knew that the answer was a spiritual discipline that i wasn't doing and it just so happened that matter i had flown home. Brought all the kids and we were visiting eugene. We went to montana and we were visiting him jam. I have my newborn iona with me. And i just said eugene i just again. I'm sure i've asked him this one hundred times. Give me a disciplined. Give me to do because i just. I feel the word is dry. I feel i'm dry. Just barebones help me out here. And then he said well. What are you doing that the most regular thing you do. I said well right now. I have a daughter with reflex so she needs to be fed about every ninety minutes. And that's all i do. That's my whole life was just feeding beating feeding feeding. And he said jimmy. That is your.

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"hudson taylor" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"hudson taylor" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Taylor you'll find this one kind of has a similar passion and desire to see the Gospel go to the ends of the Earth, and you will find that whenever I find sermons. Really teach the plight of the loss. I always try to get them in our show in my mind no other message older new is as important as a call to go and preach the Gospel to the loss and really remember the fact that there are people who are dying who have never heard. Yeah Abe Simpson he was born in. Forty in Canada and he he's actually our first Canada speaker on revived thoughts on I'm actually going to spice. It took us this long to come across the Canadian who That actually episode he comes from a pretty respected family. One of his descendants would actually right the end of green gables books on his mother's side of the family they founded cavendish, which is an area there in Canada. So his family is doing better than others in this era definitely for sure his mother had prayed to God that God gave a missionary or minister while she was pregnant with him and it's kind of interesting because it's around the same time the Hudson Taylor is born as well and Hudson. Taylor's mother also has a similar prayer that we see. Documented which raises kind of an interesting question I mean many of us probably would say we'd be fine even happy if our children's grew up in went into ministry but how many of us would be willing to pray that are even beg you know that these MOMS seem to do begging God to give them a shout whose purpose was to solely tell people about God only like you don't want him to go in the other occupation it's very different. It's of idea telling of that generation more. So in contrast to ours will anything about it too I mean. I would say the late eighteen hundreds at little area became one of the biggest missionary. Boone. God out further than everybody but you I can't say for sure but I almost wonder if you can trace it back to these MOMS, each one was saying I don't want my kid to grow up just to be happy I want them to go out and be missionaries drew the loss. So just something I've noticed is impressive and I think we should ask ourselves. If we could do that when he was young, he was baptized by John Getting the pastor over his family at the time and one of Canada's first foreign missionaries when he baptized, he dedicated him for mission work. So again, this is kind of going to trend here. But, all is not good for this family. I'm his dad had been a small business owner. He was a building ships but when the economy tanked in their area they lost a job, he had to move to a lonely farm far away from the town where they wanted to be. Around that same time his mother lost a child and just went through severe depression and eighty cents set some his earliest memories were of him..

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"hudson taylor" Discussed on Agape Baptist Church | Scottsboro, Alabama

Agape Baptist Church | Scottsboro, Alabama

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"hudson taylor" Discussed on Agape Baptist Church | Scottsboro, Alabama

"For the ultra marathon. The press mobbed him wondering what kind of special running shoes he had underneath galoshes and they rummage through his backpack wondering what did survived on? It was just the pumpkin seeds and the water. And then they discovered the secret to success. Cliff young and shuffled his way to victory without ever stopping to sleep. The other owners would run for eighteen hours straight and then they'd stop and sleep for three or four hours but he endured running five days, fourteen hours and four minutes at the age of sixty one and you want to know how It's because in one sense he'd been training all of his life to do it chase after those sheep, which is what he's doing in that picture at they're. Chasing after those sheep going to get the sheep that we're all going going on the on the meadows. On. The hills and chasing after those sheep cliff young had been preparing for this race all his life, but he didn't even know it. And yet when he when he set foot on that starting line. He was set a new world record. Because all of that preparation had led him up to that moment. And you know folks I believe that every moment that we come as a church family to this invitation. And every time we hear the truth God's word. God calls us to response. We're in that kind of moment. That when you're going out and you're looking to surrender and serve God and you're looking to follow him in the way that he's created you, you're looking to use your spiritual gifts you're looking to to follow God and that ministry or that that mission opportunity that everybody else in the world will look at you and say, why in the world are you doing that? Don't you know that you could get hurt? Don't you know that's a young man's game. Don't you know that that that that's not where you belong listen to God's called you. Guess where he wants you to be right there that starting line surrendered. And trusting that your your past and all that broken. All that failure has been redeemed by the Lord Jesus Christ and you're ready to go forward in his purposes. Hudson Taylor the great missionary from China he said this way he said God is sufficient for God's work. God, chose me because I was weak enough. God, does not do his great works by large committees. He trained someone to be quiet enough and little enough, and then he uses them. So it's kind of a different point to come to the invitation today. How are you today? How smaller you today. Because God wants the week. He wants to small..

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"hudson taylor" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

08:02 min | 2 years ago

"hudson taylor" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Was delivered at the University of Cambridge Joel. This is an exciting one so to be fair. This wasn't exactly a sermon soap. Guys can forgive us for that. It's called a lecture, but I don't really feel like it's actually a lecture, either it's spiritual speech kind of what I'm putting it in the category of and I feel like we can. We can work with batter. It's a sermon lecture. Sermon Lecture Lecture. Lecture I message the David Livingston Institute directly. I said do you have any sermons or speeches anything we can use by him. This was one of three that remain, and this is one of the only copies you're gonNA find it on the Internet and then you're going to enjoy hearing the hearing. The Way God was working his travels work they were doing to. To Abolish Slavery one article described him I. Think this is kind of a good description of who he was imagine Abraham Lincoln. Mother Theresa and Neil Armstrong and Kinda rolled into one person but he was not always such a famous guy. Yeah David Livingston I'm excited for this one Livingston is a guy that I'm familiar with I feel like most. People that group and Sunday school have heard about Livingston I feel like he is. He's a classic Sunday school kind of missionary story that kids were taught growing up, Livingston, born in Eighteen, thirteen in turn ten, he was living in the United Kingdom in the middle of the industrial revolution. A So he's ten years old middle of the UK the average lifespan of an industrial worker during. During this time in the UK is twenty two years old. In Livingston starts working in a cotton mill as a ten year old, he lived nearby London in Scotland in would work there at the cotton mill all day, and during the evening he would take night classes uneven classes. It was said that he would work fourteen hour shift at a cotton mill and then go to classes. Classes you can imagine the effect. This would have on not only the psyche of a person, but the education of a person and just the Childhood in general you don't you have no childhood when this is, your preteen years is working fourteen hour shifts, and then trying to learn at night, and on top of that, he grew up as a kid out of seven to very poor. Poor parents They lived in a one room apartment. You know we talk about sometimes on the show worst places to be I. Think the Black Page Paulie still the worst, but this is not close second, not a time period I would want to live through Guinea. Your average lifespans twenty two, so you're you know you start working at five six seven in the cotton mill and About fifteen. Good once they're done. These may seem like humble beginnings, and some ways almost as humble as you can pretty much get, but. Another ways you could almost see. This is the perfect training ground for future life overseas in the eighteen thirties American and British churches made this big push. Send medical missionaries to China. They realize there were just I. Think at a time. Five hundred six hundred million people in China that didn't know God, had no access to guy. We get people over there. This is the same period that Hudson Taylor's parents. If you remember those episodes, they start praying that. God would send them a child that they could send a China and they get that child. He's born in eighteen, thirty two while the same time Livingston's alive. He feels as COM WANNA go to China I WANNA. Do it, too. He took his wages after work and he would use. What little meager amount of money had to go to school to learn the skills, he would need to be a missionary. He would pay to learn Greek. He would WANNA learn theology who learn medical skills. He does this I. WanNa say for about four or five years until eighteen thirty eight when he gets to sign up with the London, Missionary Society. In eighteen, thirty nine, the opium wars erupt in China and any chance of going to China is pretty much over. He met a famous South African missionary named Robert Moffitt, how he described the place where no missionaries had ever gone as with villages and sunsets is all this unexplored territory and all these people who need to hear about God and Dr David Livingston He didn't hear this dangerous place filled with animals. He heard this exciting adventure where he could bring glory to God and he was like signed me up. I'm in in eighteen forty one. He arrived in the Kalahari. Desert and Livingston was not successful for for for a while he was there ten years initially, and during that time there was only one convert that he had to speak of an i. kind like that human aspect of Livingston. You know I feel like a lot of missionaries can relate with having a passionate and A. A burden for a place in a people and pouring your heart into it to see very little fruit, but he loved the work, and he continued with the work. He said up missionary stations he taught. He ran a garden after four years there he would end up marrying Robert Moffett SR daughter, Mary an aspect of of Livingston that I didn't know before kind of doing research for this. Is that at at at time in his life? He kinda seemed like a jerk he was. He was definitely unliked by people. He did not get along, very. Very well with other West nurses attitude was poor. He liked to read books and to be alone and so on anyone. Kinda, he don't work well with other people at all. He definitely kept himself and ended up being Kenneth smug towards other missionaries that we're trying to work alongside them constantly got into fights with other missionaries in some that may be was justified on Livingston. Side he would you know document yelling at other missions that were not treating the native people as well as he thought they deserved one point another missionary White Afrikaners would. Would end up burning down his station and his animals, because they were so tired of dealing with him in all of his complaints like a little rock rivalry, where they just couldn't stand each other and the London Missionary Society got a little tired of them during this time to because he just kept going on these explorers, missions He had a dream of what he called quote. God's highway or this road that connect all the inner parts of Africa together and missionaries and everyone could use could really help reconnect this continent and his mind. Of, course, the these adventures into Africa Well because this is after Africa after all. For example and just one of many issues. He had an eighteen forty four. He was trying to emission station on one of his explorer journeys, and he gets mauled by a lion. He lost his ability to really use his proper right arm for firing a gun after that and he he would be forever at a disadvantage for the next thirty something years traveling on the continent with wild animals, he would only be able to shoot with his left hand, which was as much weaker. Not You know good aiming arm that put them in a severe handicap to that continent but his adventuring also paid off. Off He became the first European to find all these different locations visit many of these tries, and even the first one to spot what he would name Victoria Falls in eighteen, fifty, two, due to medical problems, he helped his wife and family kind of move back to Scotland but in eighteen fifty three he returned to Africa determined with one of his main goals, and missions was to end the slave trade said he saw. This, episode is brought to you by the book restoring civility lessons from the master by Kent Hunter, incivility disrespect can creep into the church, and so that began to be an issue that. We church doctors were starting to deal with more and more. It's really important because the word civility is the root word for civilization and civilized, so it seems as Christians. We need to be at the top of the ladder for civilization and being civilized people. We should be models for other people, and in the Great Commission as we reach out to unchurched people. We not only have words to tell them in our witness, but we have lives that can demonstrate. We are walking stories of what Jesus has done in our lives. You can find restoring civility on Amazon poor learn more by visiting restoring civility book, Dot Com. The way he wanted to in the slave. Trade was to establish British colonies to push out the Portuguese.

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"hudson taylor" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"hudson taylor" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

"Several collections of daily devotional. That are just just sitting there waiting to. There's books that people read that include those devotional without it'd be neat to have just five minutes. That people could listen to as part of their morning routine or something like that so I guess I'm I'm letting our insider knowledge out so if you someone listening once that podcast. You guys do that as well. But there's there's a few things that we'd we'd love to kind of branch out and kind of play around with different aspects of church history for Patriots subscribers. We do what we call a history deep dive where we can spend just a huge chunk of time like an hour and a half Just examining in getting to know specific portion of church history. There's no sermons But it's just kind of a way to to get a better understanding of what's going on episode on the Salem witch trials which was a lot of fun we all my Gosh. We did so much research And we had a blast summarizing that in a way that That hopefully made sense to our listeners. So things like that as well but Yeah I mean the the majority of the core show we we just WANNA keep making an thankfully there like I said his nineteen hundred years of of history. So there's no shortage of content is just a matter of the work that goes into updating these old manuscripts in finding volunteers to read them and If if one of your listeners is listening to my voice right. Now says hey. That sounds like an awesome project. I'd love to you know volunteer to read a sermon By all means we'd love we'd love to have you on the show as a as a narrator we have kind of a process that We put volunteers through to have a little test recording but feel free to email us at revived thoughts at gmail.com And we'd love to get back to this and it's possible. Yes I mean your your episode on the Salem witch trials the well the revived thoughts edition of it. Where you about it. I you got me where I was like man. I want to be a patriot. I'm just in a position where I've actually pulled back. All of my personal support given too many ministries because we're planting a church and so church plant takes a lot and so trying purity that that's where the priority is and poem back even from the donations to my own ministry that I work for so that becomes the the important so I don't WanNa lose it to this so But you know maybe you know I can know some of the guys that are doing it and they can maybe send me an MP three us. Look well I appreciate you guys coming on. I love your podcast. I love the way you're doing it. I think it's it's great. I think it is well deserved in winning the award at one. Because I do think that last year of all the PODCASTS. That were viewed It was amazing how that one was just top of the list with with everybody that we that does the voting and we pull in from a lot of different people just asking people throughout the year. What podcasts are listening to which ones they think are better than others which ones they they think are really you know ones that others should listen to and we were getting constant consistent message that It really was you and you guys and just thinking and people love those too and those two are very very different type of podcasts and So those are those are some that everyone should be listening to so I think you guys for coming on. I keep up the good work. I'm looking forward to listening to what you guys have. Come you just you just kept dropping. You know know you know new revelations here you didn't drop while you dropped a little bit of some ideas put your just said we're like we're working on a great episode. Nothin we we got no exclusives here so sad. You have to tune in to find out. Yeah well thanks for coming on and folks go to whatever podcast APP you have look revived thoughts and start listening in fact what you really should do is binge. 'cause you're home you're you're not allowed out of the house anyway. Just download all forty episodes and start listening. Listen to them and So encourage you to do that now. I could if I could recommend sorry if I could recommend some someone's the start off with. I really love our Our episodes on Bonhoeffer dietrich bond hoffer and our Hudson Taylor ones are great. Those those we have I think two episodes at with each of those but Those are probably my favorite episodes. If you're looking for a place to start finding the Offers the Hudson Taylor's of they're both really good ones or eight and until next time? Remember to strive to make today attornal day for the glory. God and that's a wrap. This podcast is part time. Turnkey Ministry for more content. Request is speaker for seminar to your Church Attorney Dot Org..

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"hudson taylor" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"hudson taylor" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Collections of daily devotional. That are just just sitting there waiting to. There's books that people read that include those devotional without it'd be neat to have just five minutes. That people could listen to as part of their morning routine or something like that so I guess I'm I'm letting our insider knowledge out so if you someone listening once that podcast. You guys do that as well. But there's there's a few things that we'd we'd love to kind of branch out and kind of play around with different aspects of church history for Patriots subscribers. We do what we call a history deep dive where we can spend just a huge chunk of time like an hour and a half Just examining in getting to know specific portion of church history. There's no sermons But it's just kind of a way to to get a better understanding of what's going on episode on the Salem witch trials which was a lot of fun we all my Gosh. We did so much research And we had a blast summarizing that in a way that That hopefully made sense to our listeners. So things like that as well but Yeah I mean the the majority of the core show we we just WANNA keep making an thankfully there like I said his nineteen hundred years of of history. So there's no shortage of content is just a matter of the work that goes into updating these old manuscripts in finding volunteers to read them and If if one of your listeners is listening to my voice right. Now says hey. That sounds like an awesome project. I'd love to you know volunteer to read a sermon By all means we'd love we'd love to have you on the show as a as a narrator we have kind of a process that We put volunteers through to have a little test recording but feel free to email us at revived thoughts at gmail.com And we'd love to get back to this and it's possible. Yes I mean your your episode on the Salem witch trials the well the revived thoughts edition of it. Where you about it. I you got me where I was like man. I want to be a patriot. I'm just in a position where I've actually pulled back. All of my personal support given too many ministries because we're planting a church and so church plant takes a lot and so I'm trying purity. That's where the priority is and poem back even from the donations. I give to my own ministry that I work for so that becomes the the important so I don't WanNa lose it to this so But you know maybe you know I can know some of the guys that are doing it and they can maybe send me an MP three us. Look well I appreciate you guys coming on. I love your podcast. I love the way you're doing it. I think it's it's great. I think it is well deserved in winning the award at one. Because I do think that last year of all the PODCASTS. That were viewed It was amazing how that one was just top of the list with with everybody that we that does the voting and we pull in from a lot of different people just asking people throughout the year. What podcasts are listening to which ones they think are better than others which ones they they think are really you know ones that others should listen to and we were getting constant consistent message that It really was you and you guys and just thinking and people love those too and those two are very very different type of podcasts and So those are those are some that everyone should be listening to so I think you guys for coming on. I keep up the good work. I'm looking forward to listening to what you guys have. Come you just you just kept dropping. You know know you know new revelations here you didn't drop while you dropped a little bit of some ideas put your just said we're like we're working on a great episode. Nothin we we got no exclusives here so sad. You have to tune in to find out. Yeah well thanks for coming on and folks go to whatever podcast APP you have look revived thoughts and start listening in fact what you really should do is binge. 'cause you're home you're you're not allowed out of the house anyway. Just download all forty episodes and start listening. Listen to all of them and So encourage you to do that now. I could if I could recommend sorry if I could recommend some someone's the start off with. I really love our Our episodes on Bonhoeffer dietrich bond hoffer and our Hudson Taylor ones are great. Those those we have I think two episodes at with each of those but Those are probably my favorite episodes. If you're looking for a place to start finding the Offers the Hudson Taylor's of they're both really good ones or eight and until next time? Remember to strive to make today attornal day for the glory. God and that's a wrap. This podcast is part of turned administration for more content. Request is speaker for seminar to your church. Attorney Dot Org..

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"hudson taylor" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report Daily

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report Daily

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"hudson taylor" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report Daily

"Collections of daily devotional. That are just just sitting there waiting to. There's books that people read that include those devotional without it'd be neat to have just five minutes. That people could listen to as part of their morning routine or something like that so I guess I'm I'm letting our insider knowledge out so if you someone listening once that podcast. You guys do that as well. But there's there's a few things that we'd we'd love to kind of branch out and kind of play around with different aspects of church history for Patriots subscribers. We do what we call a history deep dive where we can spend just a huge chunk of time like an hour and a half Just examining in getting to know specific portion of church history. There's no sermons But it's just kind of a way to to get a better understanding of what's going on episode on the Salem witch trials which was a lot of fun we all my Gosh. We did so much research And we had a blast summarizing that in a way that That hopefully made sense to our listeners. So things like that as well but Yeah I mean the the majority of the core show we we just WANNA keep making an thankfully there like I said his nineteen hundred years of of history. So there's no shortage of content is just a matter of the work that goes into updating these old manuscripts in finding volunteers to read them and If if one of your listeners is listening to my voice right. Now says hey. That sounds like an awesome project. I'd love to you know volunteer to read a sermon By all means we'd love we'd love to have you on the show as a as a narrator we have kind of a process that We put volunteers through to have a little test recording but feel free to email us at revived thoughts at gmail.com And we'd love to get back to this and it's possible. Yes I mean your your episode on the Salem witch trials the well the revived thoughts edition of it. Where you about it. I you got me where I was like man. I want to be a patriot. I'm just in a position where I've actually pulled back. All of my personal support given too many ministries because we're planting a church and so church plant takes a lot and so I'm trying purity. That's where the priority is and poem back even from the donations. I give to my own ministry that I work for so that becomes the the important so I don't WanNa lose it to this so But you know maybe you know I can know some of the guys that are doing it and they can maybe send me an MP three us. Look well I appreciate you guys coming on. I love your podcast. I love the way you're doing it. I think it's it's great. I think it is well deserved in winning the award at one. Because I do think that last year of all the PODCASTS. That were viewed It was amazing how that one was just top of the list with with everybody that we that does the voting and we pull in from a lot of different people just asking people throughout the year. What podcasts are listening to which ones they think are better than others which ones they they think are really you know ones that others should listen to and we were getting constant consistent message that It really was you and you guys and just thinking and people love those too and those two are very very different type of podcasts and So those are those are some that everyone should be listening to so I think you guys for coming on. I keep up the good work. I'm looking forward to listening to what you guys have. Come you just you just kept dropping. You know know you know new revelations here you didn't drop while you dropped a little bit of some ideas put your just said we're like we're working on a great episode. Nothin we we got no exclusives here so sad. You have to tune in to find out. Yeah well thanks for coming on and folks go to whatever podcast APP you have look revived thoughts and start listening in fact what you really should do is binge. 'cause you're home you're you're not allowed out of the house anyway. Just download all forty episodes and start listening. Listen to all of them and So encourage you to do that now. I could if I could recommend sorry if I could recommend some someone's the start off with. I really love our Our episodes on Bonhoeffer dietrich bond hoffer and our Hudson Taylor ones are great. Those those we have I think two episodes at with each of those but Those are probably my favorite episodes. If you're looking for a place to start finding the Offers the Hudson Taylor's of they're both really good ones or eight and until next time? Remember to strive to make today attornal day for the glory. God and that's a wrap. This podcast is part time. Turnkey Ministry for more content. Request is speaker for seminar to your Church Attorney Dot Org..

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"hudson taylor" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report Daily

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report Daily

08:16 min | 2 years ago

"hudson taylor" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report Daily

"He breaks all the rules but he's got like this excellent podcast history. When you're as good as Dan Carlin you can break the rules. Dude good as Dan Carlin. Yes there you go so so I mean you got so. I guess Dan Carlin would really be. You're the guy that got you into history and stuff. But why did you choose to take sermons from people that nobody knows? I mean you you do some of the guys you mentioned Hudson Taylor. A lot of us know who he is. Not everyone knows. Some of the background Mortimer Whitley guys like this The Golden Tongue For folks who who know Church history right in the in the I think he was. What's Second Century Third Century? John Casa Third Century Chrysostomos. Yeah and flowed little note. You'll find that ninety percent of our passer and start with the name John so if your house or your kid is John set him up for a life of pasture and as far as I mean you take a look you you know John. Kostroma was was known as Golden Tongue because in his day. His preaching was just something to be heard. And you guys had hit well. You didn't actually have him on. You had someone pretending to him. But you guys went into history Providing a sermon that literally has been read but no one really heard it preached for you know maybe two thousand years yes. That's I mean. That's the kind of the motivation of the show. Is this idea that we live in a modern world? We live in a world where so much content so readily available in so many different ways we constantly are connected wear have smartphones are constantly in videos runner. Listen to podcasts. All the time and the the reality of these old because as we said kind of implied before the word of God is timeless. It is so applicable From errors past just as applicable back. Then as it is today and these old sermons are kind of you know in some ways being forgotten. They're kind of left behind because they're not in formats that are modern generation. Really takes advantage of unreal utilizes a whole ads so our motivation was hey. Let's get these old sermons and put them into an audio for make it make it easy and accessible for people to listen to people can hear these kinds of different takes different perspectives on on the same things that we interact with every day. Our relationships with God You know problems with our culture government like things that they're not. New problems are not new concepts in the Christian in the world of Christianity people have dealt with these concepts for centuries and so here these people from you know five hundred years ago talk about kind of the same concepts. Of course it's different in their culture but the same concept's as they as we're dealing with today is a really neat thing and you know you kind of mentioned earlier having some lesser known names in there too. That was also something that we thought was important to. Because you know we could. We could make a big show about all the the most famous names and That'd be fine but we wanted to be introduced some people that haven't aren't as well known that maybe don't have a whole lot of recognition with them as well to. Kinda shines light on them because we eat others two thousand years of church history. There's two thousand years of people that have been seeking after the Lord in walking with the Lord and having great things to say about their views on the Bible and really I mean it's only the past ninety years or so that we've been able to Kinda document in a digital format an media format and so we got roughly nineteen hundred years of history. That is just waiting to be unpacked and made available in a digital way. Yeah in our slogan for the show. World's greatest or history scrape at sermons and We're looking for the best service. Some of the best preachers are not the best theologians. Another ones you remember. We could do a show where we just put surgeon Edwards Bond Hoffer Lutheran Calvin in those five on rotation in our downloads. Probably even better because all five of those do really great but some of the best appreciate people. I'd never heard of when we do the research. We find some of these sermons. I can't tell you how many times they Joel and I thought wow. I don't know who this guy was. That was a good servant. That was really just something about it was just perfect and we had never heard of the guy before you know and no one else. We literally have sermons. I don't think anybody's ever heard before we paid for one out of a library in Britain. So we know that we're the only ones with that one. Yeah yeah that's actually a really neat story there. Was this This sermon that my my wife. Who is a musician? Tune was coming across one of the things. We see a lot about these people history. A lot of these old passers also were were artists especially with music like they would write the him stuff for their congregations. And that's that you really don't see in today's society your head pastor of your church isn't writing worship music birthday that kinda rolls been branched off but throughout the majority of history like the the leader of the Church was also writing music and so A lot of these great names in old church music were also great leaders in the church in there. Was this sermon. That was referenced several times that George What's his name Troy George Matheson George Matheson? Of course I'm blanking on his in his start talking about it. George Matheson who is is probably better known for his hymns now but he. There's this document of him preaching the sermon about Joe before the Queen and the Queen loved it so much that she ordered it to be copied documented in her personal Writings and we thought that'd be a cool episode to kind of look into. We did research and research trying to find this sermon. And we see all of these instances of historical accounts talking about that event. Talking about that sermon in Stralia. I found like reviews from them. Be like great sermon preached for the Clean Slate Gray. The sermon was really famous. But but the sermon itself we. We could not find an eventually. We found the hometown that George. Matheson lived in the library. There had an old copy of it in their archives and we were able to coordinate with him and get scans of that and then have it emailed over to us and we're able to kind of translated into a modern reading and get that done so as far as we know like that is the only publicly like digitally accessible version of that sermon in the entire world that we checked which was it was a cool adventure was a cool process to to get that on our show pay. 'cause lated pages cited run it through processors either. Take out all the mistakes they made a lot. It was the eighteen hundreds English. I mean the whole process to get that from. We found the sermon to the ready to then spoke him. It's it's a lot of work but we really enjoy it and that's one of the other things too like we speak about people every sermon from Agai. You probably haven't heard of. It's sitting there on like a website. Usually where it's like servants you've never heard of usually they're in like we live in the perfect time. Google took like all these library books and put them up as PDF redefined. But you've to go a copy and paste doesn't go a lot of work to get those right but it is a lot of fun and I can also see why no one else will do it before you know. It's it's interesting because I remember Disappears called me up one day. And He 'cause I plan a lot of conferences and I have you know I've I've he knows I I've done that. And he's like I got an idea for a conference. I want to do and WanNa run it by you he goes. I WanNa do a conference where we get a bunch of pastors that like these good preaching pastors that have no name. They have no platform. No one knows who they are. And let's put a conference together. I said that's a great idea. I love the idea. The problem is who's going to show up if it's a bunch of field. No one knows that's the problem we have. I think with this whole mindset of platform that you see in the world today were even though the book industry has changed. When when I went to write my first book. I remember Talking Phil. Johnston and said.

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"hudson taylor" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

08:27 min | 2 years ago

"hudson taylor" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"And that's to me. I feel like I okay. I work my job at home. I do semina- in other words. Who are studying these church historians growing from them. I don't know if any of these will be successful or all of them but I'm going to be putting my hands that till and taking that extra time to get in there. I feel like a lot of us. We go work nine to five and then we call it right. We're like okay. I'm done or maybe we serve at the church a little bit too. But we're not really putting the next time I really think we should be working. Noonday working something at night. And you don't know which one's going to be successful the kingdom and maybe not physically work but it could be doing something right. You need to be constantly pushing yourself to grow because you don't know what it is that you will will be successful in your life what you will be known for and more importantly what will make the most difference to the Kingdom and it might you know I. I think a lot of us would just can't night. We kind of chill down. We relax surf the Internet. We do whatever and I think we should return to that time towards more of a holy endeavor. So that's something I've been deeply encouraged. By and lastly these guys spoke with such as. I can't I cannot quantify how different it is like. We said these sermons satellite service. Today they do but there's also a level where they really don't. There's so much boldness in the way. They preach John Newton famous song. Amazing grace had a sermon. That came out the four this on amazing grace and the sermon is great. It's it pairs. Well it's an amazing exodus of I. Chronicles seventeen is very interesting but he ended with this line. Where he's I am by. The way is coming to cut down the trees and those who are not of God will be tossed into the fire. If you'RE NOT GONNA make sure you get right with God. Now that's such A. I've never heard of any pass forever in the sermon. Hey by the way you're all going to get chopped down. It's going to be brutal. It was right with God but that would be amazing. Charles spurgeon in that same sermon where he's looking for George Whitfield Gust. So many people in London say they're Christian. I know they're not you know how I know I read the newspaper and Look at the crime stats are so terribly high. If you were all Christians the crime wouldn't be so high so somebody who guys are criminals new not Christian. I'm like what? Magin a a modern mega preacher getting up and telling his congregation to five thousand not even sweat. Not even tonight by. This is just how they talk to their congregation. And they're not demeaning them it's just they leave what they believe and they don't apologize for they don't try to sugarcoat it. They don't apologize for it. They just get up there and say this is the truth. Take it or leave it and I love that about them and I really think that that boldness is missing. Ironically the reason we care I know what these guys thing is because of their boldness. I'm sure there were lots of pastors that were like listening to rock the boat. I don't they don't end up on revived thoughts. I don't remember them. Their sermons are forgotten if these guys who were bold and audacious who get remembered whose sermons we still care about their right and and at the time they were probably like not looked upon as bold in the way that we look upon them now. Now they're like our heroes but at the time there was probably people that wanted to kill them like when the shut up but now now John Knox John Bradford dig. It burned each again offer. Obviously no he had the Hitler fascinating thing. Okay by several guys ended up killed in the debt from the pulpit John Early went to jail. John Bunyan Jacinta jail for open air preaching. And they said hey you know we don't WanNa keep you in jail forever and you were preaching through the bars of the jail which was causing problems. Do you WANNA go. We're GonNa let you go. And he goes sorry until that lodging does. You'll just put me back in jail and say so. Why waste the effort seventy up until you in this whole open air preaching? I'm just GonNa Becker tomorrow and jails back then or exactly. Nice terrible tales. No sunlight no time outdoors. You know you're stuck in there in the midst of just sick people everywhere all over the place in castle. Despair if you've ever read pilgrim's progress I mean that's probably what jail was probably like for him. Oh man and yet again. You've just so bold. He doesn't care and that and that's all these guys they don't they don't care about their hunt. They care about their congregations so much that they want to tell the truth to the more than they wanna like that that they had them like. That's what I noticed about them and are worried about whether or not their lights or anything like that. They're just worried about telling the truth. And it's not to like some people say Yeah. We use too much that knowledge. You know like these guys were on -nology. Jc Rile is on top of pamphlets. Hudson Taylor the reason we're talking with him. He's he's like you say. Why is the Gospel? Not taking hold of the world in China like we've never seen before we had the telegram. We had the steam engine. There's nothing that can stop us. We could move the Gospel at the speed of sound. And I'm like Moira one hundred and forty years later what would you say right? That's crazy but what I appreciate is that you do dig into that history and talk about the situation and the boldness. Because I think that's a lack of many Christians nowadays unless you go to seminary or really dig into it yourself. You're not getting church history and it's so important to know where brothers and sisters came from. How how we got. The faith passed down to us today. And to know the situations the persecutions that we're faced especially here in the West where you see Evangelical Ism and and the the modern Western church with you know not really being persecuted like that and not having a true sense of of what Christians have done before us. Yes in some senses is a blessing that we don't have that persecution but that's that's where faith can can grow even more and and we're revival tends to happen in the face of persecution. So I I appreciate that. You guys are making this content with these old sermons that need to be heard and also giving that history lesson as well but what do you see for the future of the of the podcast you see expanding to anything else maybe video or or any other kind of history? What you see coming in the future There's a lot of things we would love to do. Obviously we work fulltime jobs and were very busy and we know families and all that I or two kids so there are difficulties like that but there there we really could. I don't want to meet him down a little. Palm vessel errands. I feel like the sky's the limit for some in some ways for this For starters right now we put out one episode a week. I would love for us to get enough speakers enough people working and everyone's a volunteer. We have over forty sermons. We have you know ten that are waiting to be published that are in this. Leadville and all of these people are different voices different people from around the world who have volunteered to bring any Life it's really incredible that they do this you know. They're getting paid as much as we are. Which is now and it's amazing. We we really appreciate them doing that. Helping us in that way so but I would love for us to get to the point where we have enough speakers that we can do to a week or three week. Because there's so many sermons just spurgeon sermons alone. You could spend a lifetime translating all of them. I mean he preflight. I WANNA say ten times a week so he could look catching up with all those and there's so much content. There's I mean there's eighteen hundred years or so between the end of the Church era. You know that's our the Clara to the nineteen hundreds when they start hitting the radios and even some of those people at J. Gresham thanking Thirty S. And we don't have his stuff is so much that we need to get recorded and then that doesn't include five but I would love to take There's a lot of interesting stuff I would like to do with radio evangelist. Some of the old guys that have been kind of forgotten to they have a lot of interesting content. That high we also have begun to tinker with. But we're not yet ready to commit fulltime to it but we've done a few things with them. There's definitely stuff we would like to go into a do there. There's other subjects were actually far patriot. Supporters were starting in probably make it out the other supporters but So the regular listeners. But IT'LL BE DELAYED ENOUGH. That people feel you know. They've got a special but I'm were were building these history episodes. We're going to be doing like literally a thirty minutes to an hour long. No idea how long. It's been very long in-depth book at the Salem witch trials and just digging through what happened what do we. There's lots of secular historians that have checked that tackled that part of history but not a lot of Christians. I dealt with the fact that like these are Christians. They believed they were which is what do we Christians think about this. And what does this mean for us now? And what would you do if you were in the same situation as in because it's easy to look back in history and go those guys they do in Vernon people which is crazy but I think people will be really interested in the way we tackle it and again from a Christian Biblical.

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"hudson taylor" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

10:39 min | 2 years ago

"hudson taylor" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"On. What'S NEW IN WEST. The latest sermons in our podcast nights into whatever that we don't ever go backwards and check out the old stuff and I just those two things came together. I pitched Joel. He was in and a twenty seventeen. We started designing the show. What we wanted to look like and we worked on it behind the scenes for like two years finally launched it in May of twenty nineteen a and it just actually those say just took off from there but actually it had a bit of a slow start. There was a little while. We're we're like maybe nobody does win. A lot of conversations that people were like You know that's an interesting idea. Allen know that too many people actually care about this and I don't think I hear you. I know I know where you're coming from but I really think if they can hear them they will want to hear them. Because you know I can tell you I always use the celebration every interview but I say it makes sense just if I told you. Hey we're going to read the script for the latest movie coming out. Maybe it's marvelous. Always read that strips. You're coming out. I mean okay. I do that but it's not something I'm going to really want to do but I can tell you none of the movies and watch it. You're like that sounds fun. I'll go watch a movie with you. Okay I can do that as same with these sermons. Yep I understand why people are hesitant. Maybe read some of these old sermons. I get that but when we clean up the language kind of modernize it and you can listen to it. I really think that that truth gets conveyed in a way that reading. It sometimes doesn't catch you I edit the sermon. I read this and yet when I'm listening to them sometimes. I'm like WHOA. I totally missed that one. I was just reading it. I don't know how I did as I really. I really think that the truth the shiny things. Yeah what I love about it. Is You guys talk about the history of them before before you even hear the sermon? And you get like the context. Exactly what you're saying before. The context of what was going on in these in these pastors and preachers lives and how that affected them and they just stay true to the scripture. And I think too like when you're listening to these it could be something that's preached nowadays and that reaffirms that the truth that God is timeless like you can. You can listen to these sermons if you didn't even give a history of them or say who was preaching them and we just heard them preached. We'd be like that's a current preacher preaching right now because these sales are just as timeless and truthful today as they were back then. No it's so true. It's actually it blows my mind. Actually that that's true too like I when I read them at first I was like this is a weird like how relevant still feel to our walk right now like I remember the There's one that's specifically. It's not that old per se but deal Moody's preaching as complaining about these four things that he. He sees his congregation doing this set of taking their walkout seriously in that you guys are too busy on entertainment whether to drafted by sexuality. You guys spend way too much time reading the newspapers and you guys spend too much time just having pleasure going to the parks and stuff like that is that we don't spend a lot of days maybe reading newspapers or go to the park still. That's what he's actually say. Spend too much time on movies and Netflix veggies. I've Just having fun and not carrying about your consequences. Yeah you bet us into much time on the news. Oh Yeah we still do that and we spend too much time obsessing over sexuality absolutely. It's it's amazing. Our one hundred and forty years later the exact same complaint the nailed to the church and still just as true today and that's not true for complete with America. I is true of all of these services. Like wow this is the same thing and it's very comforting on the one hand to know that. No the servants that we the preachers we look up to the theologians. We love where preachers I and the things they saw on their congregation. He's still see today. I find it comforting to know that the church will always say. Oh the churches so bad today. America's churches actually no. This is a very normal thing that believers have been struggling with and also we can't overcome it because look at these great men who preach the servants they did overcome it. And IF WE WANT TO EMULATE CHRIST LOOK to church history and learn from these kind of people you know. We do the context because I think a health The show in perspective but also it inspires you learn so much by listening to the stories of these men. Hearing about Hudson Taylor went into the middle of China during the Taiping Rebellion. The fourth thing that ever happened in history and he he went and preached there in a cannonball took off his head and his. Hey it's kind of almost took off my head while I was preaching. Whoa that's crazy. No Christmas Evans. Who Lost an eye? Because he he changed so much for God that his friend snuck up and beat him down and he literally lost an eye. I mean just. The Christopher Love was locked in his attic by his dad because his dad didn't like that he was going to church and he was changing too much. I mean really gave their all for God and I go man. It really hurts me to keep going. I could go on and on I I. It's crazy to me now. And that's another reason. I love listening is because you hear these inspirational stories from these these guys and some of them. I've never even heard of before. And then you just hear how God used them and they weren't preaching at the time when it could be recorded so they weren't looking to get famous around the world. They were just looking to preach Christ and him crucified. There's literally a sermon we have coming. I don't mean interrupt. The aren't coming out by Charles spurgeon and he literally looks. He's he's talking his congregation. He goes there. Where's the Whitfield of our generation? Like where is he? We don't have any men that will ever raise to a level of feel. We don't have preachers like that anymore. People telling the truth and the irony is. I'm reading one hundred years later on. Like spurgeon Uber Whitfield out of the water. Dude like your way more than he ever was but the irony was. He doesn't know that the guy he's asking for is himself as that's crazy that's crazy. Well we're going to take a short break and we're going to hear from a commercial. From one of the other podcasts. In the Christian podcast community revived. Thoughts is on the Christian podcast community. But we'll be right back. Hey this is troy. Have you ever thought about how many sermons have never been listened to because they were never recorded because they came out before recordings on our podcast revived thoughts? We take the roughly nine thousand nine. Hundred Years of sermons and try to bring them back to life. We talk about the history. We talk about the setting and every week. We have a different speaker. Delivered these sermons for us to listen to once again so. This is your chance to listen to sermons by people. Like Calvin by people like spurgeon by people like Knox and maybe some people you've never heard of like Johann Tyler or Alexander White. Let us live and move and have our being an deal with men as if a dying risen entry for Lazarus in his full frightening misery and behind him. Christ the hand cannot alone deliver man the body must you can find revive thoughts on any podcast. App or player that you have an at revived dot com. We hope you learn something new and grow closer to God. I'm here with Troy Frazier from revived thoughts. And if you listened to revive thoughts definitely check them out and I'm just going to ask him a few more questions and this question is pretty deep. It's troy how have you grown spiritually time that you've been producing this podcast. Recording be sermons digging into the history behind them. How have you seen any spiritual growth in your life just from doing that? Absolutely no I I really I th the number of ways. Honestly that these things encouraged me. There is like the very direct encouragement. Eat sermon is about a topic or passage of scripture. And I always feel encouraged when I listen to them and hear them or editing them reading them. I'm always like wow. I didn't think of it that way before we get caught. I think in a bit of a bubble in the twenty first century. Almost everybody you probably listening to is from America or you know at least the West and it's on the twenty first century. There's nothing wrong with them. Not I'm not hating on that all but it's really cool when you can get a perspective from somebody who is from the fifteen hundred and he's preaching in the middle of the reformation. He's from Seventeen hundreds and these increasing like colonial America. I mean these guys have perspectives on truth and they have experiences They've lived through the black plague. They lived through the civil or they've lived through World War One they. They've been through things that we can't never live the right and so going through that they see God and they see a relationship with him a little bit different. You can hear that and their servants. I like constantly being edified by that affect the direct content. Then there's like another side of it where I mentioned. I'm going to seminary I lo- some learning on there too but doing all the church history and the research and the stuff this show. I feel like I'm literally getting a second seminary education. You know I went to Bible. College are really enjoyed. It and I learned a lot. I definitely got a good track of mine there but I will say church. History was really neglected. I feel like an and learning. Just how strong our faith is learning? Just what these murders. These men went through learning how they ended up to tyranny. How they instead of disease how they've lost children. Lost wives lost so many things for the sake of Gospel and and just pursuing that realizes it makes me realize like wow. I need to be serious about my faith and then a cool site to listen and we talk about the suffering through a lot too but another close side effect those study. These guys is that they They you said a little bit that they didn't know they were going to be famous so many of these guys. I remember JC rile. He was preparing sermons for ten years. No one had nowhere he was. He was preaching in a backwater town but he was just saving up the sermons in hasty ever need to make them in the pamphlets. I meet your eight. I'm like why am I doing this? Nobody's GonNa read these. These are never going to be pamphlets. Like why am I still wasting my time leaving my family? My sick wife and my kids to go do this and yet we know his name today because he did that preparation he was ready so that when the time came for him to spread the Gospel and get his servants. Get his work out there. He was able to make that move. And there's so many of these things where these guys were quietly faithful with a quiet congregation or you know. Then they're not all spurgeon where twenty two they burst onto the scene and they were already a huge shirts like a lot of these guys quietly did day in day out work but they did it with excellence and they really trusted price and they went over. John Calvin probably part of their famous institutes part of the reason. He was so strong it probably. He was preaching like nine times a week. Some weeks every other route nine times a week. That's a lot of interaction with the word. That's a lot of studying five five or studies. Plus all is normal stuff. That's going to get you in there with God and it really encourages me like don't waste time and there's a earn cynically. Asti is at you know. We don't normally build our lives on ecclesiastic. I wish I could tell you. You know the numbers I apologize but adjust says you do work during the day you do work during the night. You don't know which one will be profitable the work during the day the work.

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Cats Hits the Big Screen

Leo Laporte

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Cats Hits the Big Screen

"Following decades of false starts the hit musical cats finally reaches the big screen originally based on a poetry collection by TS Eliot a group of felines must make a one to your decision as to which one of them gets a chance to be reincarnated into a new life is one of the same group James cordon Dame Judi Dench chastened Rouleau interests alpha Jennifer Hudson Taylor swift Indian Magellan

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"hudson taylor" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"hudson taylor" Discussed on WTVN

"First he wants to make distracted driving a primary offense that means a driver can be pulled over for it whether it's being on a cellphone texting or other distractions the wind says he will have a proposal soon to upgrade the offense he says distracted driving is as bad as drunk driving and has been blamed for over eleven hundred deaths so far this year that's an average of three day meantime the governor is issued seven it stays out of a scheduled executions this year that's essentially creating a de facto moratorium on capital punishment Ohio's last execution was in July of twenty eighteen and finally free ways to quit smoking coming from governor the winds administration the Ohio department of health is offering it to new programs one for adults the other four teenagers the free program provides eight weeks of nicotine replacement therapy and counseling Medicaid will be covering the costs for screenings and treatment for those who want free help to stop smoking call one eight hundred quid now that is one eight hundred quid now the new Star Wars film appears to be on its way to one of the biggest openings in movie history Star Wars the rise of Scott Walker could rise to the second biggest opening weekend this year in North America tracking as earning the hundred seventy five to two hundred million dollar range a monster weekend for the ninth and final film of the three Star Wars trilogies though that would be the lowest opening of the most recent trilogy also opening this weekend but well behind with the star studded cast of it is but Jennifer Hudson Taylor swift and more it's getting terrible reviews in might not crack twenty million J. Symington's an ABC news Hollywood again we will see mostly cloudy skies tonight is your overnight low drops down to twenty seven cloudy skies early on for your Saturday then sunshine for the afternoon and high of forty four Rick you Chaigneau stay connected to Columbus and central Ohio on the hour thirty minutes past and as news breaks on news radio six ten WTVN it's decorating with Duncan Hey your desk looks great really festive with all the decorations on things yeah this Duncan peppermint mocha latte give me a little pick me up and I decided to go for it well you even lines your desk drawers with musical lights yeah and look what's inside the Dunkin peppermint mocha latte for you get holiday and a Duncan with a two dollar medium latte cappuccino war Americano from two to six PM the holidays run under again it should be very limited time offer it's in watching a Charlie Brown Christmas my favorite scene is when Linus stands on a darkened stage in quotes from the gospel of Luke you shall find the Babe wrapped in swaddling clothes lying in a manger any finishes by saying that's what Christmas is all about Charlie Brown.

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"hudson taylor" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"hudson taylor" Discussed on WTVN

"Covering the costs for screenings and treatment for those who want free help to stop smoking call one eight hundred quid now that is one eight hundred quid now the new Star Wars film appears to be on its way to one of the biggest openings in movie history Star Wars the rise of Scott Walker could rise to the second biggest opening weekend this year in North America tracking as earning the hundred seventy five to two hundred million dollar range a monster weekend for the nineteen final film of the three Star Wars trilogies though that would be the lowest opening of the most recent trilogy also opening this weekend but well behind with the star studded cast of interests but Jennifer Hudson Taylor swift and more it's getting terrible reviews in might not crack twenty million J. Symington's an ABC news Hollywood again we will see mostly cloudy skies tonight is your overnight low drops down to twenty seven cloudy skies early on for your Saturday then sunshine for the afternoon and high of forty four Rick you Chaigneau stay connected to Columbus and central Ohio on the hour thirty minutes past and as news breaks on news radio six ten WTVN it's decorating with Duncan Hey your desk looks great really festive with all the decorations on things yeah this Duncan peppermint mocha latte give me a little pick me up and I decided to go for it well you even lines your desk drawers with musical lights yeah and look what's inside the Dunkin peppermint mocha latte for you get holiday and a Duncan with a two dollar medium latte cappuccino war Americano from two to six PM the holidays run under again Asian may very limited time offer.

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"hudson taylor" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"hudson taylor" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Of one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five it's two forty eight years New Jersey fast traffic avoid re not in hell going north near new printer bread big debris still of some sort that need to be cleaned up the to correspond by lows Rick wanted Edison rather slow seventy eight started to build up again in West Valley they get fifty in the forty eight otherwise we're good on the turnpike parkway to eighty seven he's intrepid cross the Delaware and Hudson Taylor back on or close to scheduled NJ transit train in and out of Penn station pros do it right by shopping at Lowe's disabled by the eight most of the brand they trust to get the job done do it right for last start with lows graphic every fifteen minutes next recorded three oh three I'm timers on New Jersey what a one point five New Jersey won a one point five instant weather skies will start to clear out this evening and will really dry out overnight tonight it's gonna get pretty chilly out there as low temperatures dip into the upper thirties to around forty degrees we could see a wide spread frost again overnight tonight sunny and cool tomorrow not a bad day highs in the lower fifties and then increasing clouds Thursday as temps rebound into the upper fifties now our next storm system rolls in late day Thursday so we'll see some rain mainly in the evening hours and as temperatures start to drop it is possible we see the first snowflakes of the season in northern New Jersey only Thursday night but no travel issues are expected more importantly it's going to be windy and blustery and much colder on Friday with highs only in the lower forties that's as warm as it's gonna get all day from the Edison heating and cooling weather desk I'm chief meteorologist dans era New Brunswick sixty alpha fifty seven Jacksons sixty two fast trafficking instant weather every fifteen minutes on New Jersey one a one point five and weather made possible by Ford's jewelers since nineteen seventy one Barry Berman of Ford's jewelers has offered customers one of the largest quality jewelry watching get elections in the entire area all under one roof if you have not seen the store you should for more information visit Ford's jewelers dot com two fifty with demand ski and toil of black can't causing some consternation last night the giants game yes and from Westwood One here was one of the calls when all first started all this ahead on a black cat is taking the field of blood can't is running for the twenty to the near side the ten from the thirty nine a Dallas here's a short throw down the middle one of the thirty five what to the thirty one the other way it's always in the middle third of the twenty five with a twenty four yard line of the Dallas Cowboys it's a catch one of fifteen all the cameras stopped at the fifty so is it bad luck for the giants stop playing the players with hands on hips or watching the camp one in six and all over the field too many men on the look please at the other end the impact of the K. yeah so black cat and of course all the bad luck jokes was after right themselves so that's why we're talking about the superstition that you've heard of maybe even believe in one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five Jeffrey in south river you run New Jersey one one point five yes are you going okay Jeff was muscle was this in a somewhat pertaining to last night's game if you know what the history the cowboys in the giants the cowboys players in organization.

"hudson taylor" Discussed on 9INE POINT Started With A Dream Podcast w/ Jacolby Gilliam

9INE POINT Started With A Dream Podcast w/ Jacolby Gilliam

31:08 min | 2 years ago

"hudson taylor" Discussed on 9INE POINT Started With A Dream Podcast w/ Jacolby Gilliam

"His episode we have Hudson Taylor Athlete ally in this is your first time listening are you pulling off a little bit we had ni- point of big on athletes sharing their stories. no actually it wasn't so I when I went to Blair out in our in theater a little bit elementary school our than any out the now I wasn't bigger night in it and that there's these two sort of different parallel cultures at least this was true at Blair we have gear that that your athletes bring with judge you for being in theater for sure yeah I mean I remember my freshman year I was in I was in a play and you know not as a freshman Blair had probably the one of the best high school teams that ever existed I was I was junior varsity my freshman year which is I mean because the guy you know the guy that was varsity enemy he would go on to be a two-time NCW National Champ You know and so we just had this lineup that was ridiculous of all of these amazing wrestlers and that was really intimidated by I really wanted their approval and one of them to like me and I remember for my show and it was in a blackbox theater and so you know the the cease were the same level as the stage and I remember all the seniors lining up as I rode theater when I first went out there like you know my my my make up the costume thing and like I was it was so scary it was so scary but but you know I think being an athlete is about putting yourself out there about challenging yourself exposing yourself to judgment to failure and after that that I Performance Yeah I definitely heard jokes and stuff for my teammates but at the same time I think I gained their respect through how I competed how conducted myself so you know it wasn't all roses but it ended up being a pretty positive experience Yeah I know from from on like like like Michael how they were divided sometime going on what people thought about athlete doing tough outside sometimes coastal why why are you doing that yeah yeah I mean that message was heard loud and clear I was you know not it was not encouraged for me to be in the choir or in theater you know the Cappella Group on campus but you know as we've seen with I think professional athletes the more athletic success you have the more permission when you are given to do other things so as I started to win more matches and really assert my my skills on the wrestling it it became a lot harder for coaches tell me I couldn't or shouldn't do things outside a wrestling because you know for me that balance of life outside wrestling is what made me a better wrestler right like when you're when you're an athlete trying to accomplish your dreams Nba all all consuming you know you're spending twenty four seven with your team you know you're traveling you're training you're running you're lifting and it can be really exhaust saying even if you look really love your sport and so- Cedar and all these other things were really important tomorrow I like health as an athlete right it made me actually happy and excited to show up to practice so I mean definitely wasn't something that Had I had massive support around but luckily I was your winning exactly so it was kind of like a light like a similar similar kind of mentality around your teammates will just like longer winning were Kinda were accepting of it yeah yeah I mean I think when I was when I when I went to Maryland again it was a like Maryland was in the ACC and prior to me getting to to Maryland we were consistently placing in the bottom of the field was in the conference so we weren't a national powerhouse we weren't even that rate in our conference we there weren't that many like five star recruits come into Maryland and so it was really almost a blank slate right so when I came in I was part of a recruiting lapse that was ten in the country so it was another group of guys that were really you know had the potential to do great things and it was really the beginning US hey like we're we're serious about transforming this program into something that we can be really proud of and so yeah I mean I think I got having any any team may gets a little bit of gets made fun of her here's those comments but at the same time I think we were we were all freshman the only people who felt comfortable really calling other people outward where actually some of the freshmen The actually the most decorated wrestlers coming into the program and you know as members of the same class trying to build the same thing in it another way we kind of all had each other's back so they kind of accepted me as goofy weird kid who liked who's good at wrestling but also like other things eh it kind of made so throughout his whole journey you know if you you were you were all about being autzen you're about I know the way Africa branded at just a job I wanna be more absolutely absolutely I mean I think I should say I think I was doing those things but not really fully understanding of what you just said that how athletes are brandon like I don't think I fully understood that part of the structure of sport that actually became a lot clearer at Maryland because I was being encouraged to participate in like quote unquote like John doc classes like the the courses that I was being encouraged to take were not the most intellectually stimulating they were like hey you know this is going to keep they didn't say that it was like hey this is gonNa keep you eligible Mike and keep you winning for the program in like everyone stays happy when meanwhile it was you know I was being encouraged as being encouraged to take classes that were that were going to give me an easy passing grade but not necessarily channel and you need to be a smarter more like academic person and so happening for me was as interesting kind of happy accident so when when I got went to Maryland I started as a theater major music minor in vocal performance and I soon found out that as a division one wrestler or or athlete it takes up way more time than I really fully understood and so it became really clear to me pretty early on that I couldn't pursue theatre Erlich any shows while being an athlete because the just the rehearsal time took up so much time that I could never really do both but I found out that at Maryland have this they have this individual studies major where you can create your own major and so I was like Hey I'm gonna I'm GonNa actually try to create on major so I ended up you get to pick your own curriculum urine classes you go in front of a board of faculty than you defend the glasses at you my major that I created was interactive performance art and it was a combination of our Cedar American Studies sophy bunch of Women's studies and Queer theory classes and it was kind of like it was twofold it was one I wanted to steal we'll do stuff in arts but on my own time ran didn't want to be like you know beholden to WHO rehearsal schedule wanted to kind of make our on my own schedule but then too I wanted to have like a interactive social component and so like a lot of those other not art classes that I was choosing was about power privilege and and just like and people and trying to understand more about myself in the people around me and so it was really those initial classes that made me start to sort of unpacked Doc All these things that I felt like I was taught through my spore as an athlete all these things that I was like wow this is really not right this is not cool like this is this is less welcoming and affirming accepting men at Kenner should be so as I was taking class after class you getting more educated about all of these systemic issues I was simultaneously simultaneously you know in my my redshirt sophomore year I placed third in the country so I was simultaneously having all this unbelievable athletic success and so that combination just really made me feel specially empowered to try to actually start doing something about these issues that I was learning about first off I made this lobby because I think sometimes we get through boxed in at athletes in in acting year kind of a perfect example of someone who just broke outside the bubble and just said you know I'm not GonNa let you Octavian when it comes to academics but come to you know a hobby than whatnot so so when you Kinda got the that you wanted to Kinda US the kind of help different cultures different different different issues no world Across the L G B Q yes so you know I should say it wasn't a direct straight line it I honestly started with me being in Maryland engineer Washington DC during initially during Obama Obama's election for for the White House and got really politically active might my girlfriend and I now wife we're going we would drive down to Virginia the offseason and go door to door campaigning. scientist I started to get more politically active which tremendously inspired and optimistic just felt real like I have the ability to to change things if I just roll up my sleeve sleeves and went to work and then you know when it came to they lgbtq and and other issues you know honestly it all started with a sticker that changed my life so I was walking on campus one day and somebody came up to me with the clipboards at hey do you support of Ati I said Yeah I support equality and so oh I signed this little form and they gave me this equality sticker and again at the time you had prop eight proposition eight in cal- cornea which denied same sex couples the right to marry and you know I I all these classes that I was taking it in everything that I was seeing about my wrestling culture and the language of my teammates you know everyone in my teammates was using homophobic and sexist language on daily basis at times myself included because that's how we were taught to speak it's how we were taught to make fun of another and yeah I when propagate happen Obama was campaigning all this was coming together I kind of took the step acts okay if I was alive during the civil rights fight and Martin Luther King Junior had been marching on Washington. I would like to think that I would have marched at fought alongside him in millions of other people and at this moment in time I I am seeing that the Lgbtq community looks a lot of rights and protections respect and that fifty years from now I'm GonNa look back at this moment in my kids and grandkids GonNa ask me what did you do did you fight did you not do anything did you stay silent and I want to be able to look at them and say you know what I did my part my best to try to make my team in my community while welcoming and so I took that sticker and at the time it was pretty early in the season then I was I was ranked number two in the country at one hundred ninety seven pounds training to win the national title and I decided to wear that LGBTQ equality sticker my headgear to serve support and I didn't think much of it I just thought it can look cool I I didn't have a bumper sticker to put it on my head it was the next best thing but that sticker did a couple things. I started a lot of conversations with my teammates a lot of difficult conversation and why are you wearing that what is that me are you gay why do you care right all of those difficult interesting conversations and then one day one of my coaches pulled me aside who had been watching me have all these these fights and arguments and he said you know Hudson would you do an interview about why you are an ally about why you care sure of course the problem I'd be happy to and I didn't know at the time but that coach of mine was actually closet it was gay and was hearing me have these debates not feeling comfortable saying something himself but then when I did that interview one of the things it's still so important to me in all this words that in progress doesn't occur unless we have difficult dialogue like we have to talk to one another more about the things we agree on and the things we disagree and and I wanted more people I wanted to talk to more people about why they excel whether imprint unreason right and so when I did that interview I asked them to share my email address with the article wasn't really ready for the response two days after that article posted I opened up my inbox and I had over two thousand emails wow from Lgbtq Athens from across the country who wrote to me and said you know Hudson I just read this article I'm GonNa try out for my wrestling team I'm going to go into the locker room and not be afraid administered standing up and speaking out as an allied support of my gay brothers Lesbian Sisters might transgender prints and I was balling reading a lot of these emails because mice for it has been my entire life it has made me the person that I am is it is made me every friend it opened every door for me I was able to wrestle in college on a scholarship because of wrestling you know like all these incredible amazing experiences in opportunities I have been afforded because of wrestling and what these emails showed me.

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"hudson taylor" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

08:10 min | 2 years ago

"hudson taylor" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Usual Francis gets one because the Bible tells us that we are to contend with those that basically promoter falls grace. and I got some people on live chat right now and this is why it's so important for people to call in and way and rather than it and rather than attack me after the radio show I mean I just wish people would do this for a hundred fifteen cities in fifty three countries to here I mean I I'm not trying to be self righteous but the fact of the matter is friends I'm sticking to the word I'm not if I was standing in my righteousness I'll be giving you my words I'm not giving you my words I'm giving you the word of the lord and yet I'm not seeing that from the people that are attacking me okay Bible tells in June for for there are certain men crept in unawares who were before of old ordained to this condemnation ungodly men turning the grace of our god into lasciviousness carnal lusts and denying the only lord god and our lord Jesus Christ. friends were called to contend with these people okay beloved when I gave all diligence to write on two of the common salvation liberation from St it was needful for me to write on to and exhort you that you should earnestly contend for the faith which was once delivered unto the saints now we're told you know you know this is the travel this is that he he doesn't want you guys contending for the faith no he just wants you to be caught up in false doctrine right no no no no friends that's the furthest thing from scripture all scripture second from the second Timothy three sixteen all scripture is given by the inspiration of god for what for re proof for correction for instructions in righteousness as a matter of fact when I was out in Philadelphia I heard a preacher I'm sorry in Pennsylvania I heard a preacher one of the conferences I won first and then he came after me in in in he was talking about how I'm not supposed to criticize is Paul. my goodness people really. Leviticus nineteen seventeen says that I'm not supposed to hit my brother I'm to love him. and to warn him to flee from the wrath folks from the wrath to come read second Corinthians five knowing the love of god we what we no I'm sorry knowing the terror of the lord we persuade men to what flee from the wrath to come that was the message of John the Baptist and doesn't the Bible say iron sharpens iron and folks I can get down this channel right now because it's all bubbling up right now by the holy ghost you know the Bible tells us we're supposed to let love be without the simulation of toner fit love falls covering. this is all we see today and it's a lot but doesn't fulfill the law you know tells us in Matthew twenty two verse thirty seven what a love the lord our god of all their heart mind soul and strength as the first member to seconds namely like under this thou shalt love thy neighbor is under there so if you can not love your neighbor accordingly without understanding your love for god and where does that come from women's five five the love of god has been shed abroad in our hearts by the holy ghost who's been given unto us there's so many people all to listen to me carefully out of love for your soul and the Bible tells in second Corinthians thirteen form five your to examine yourself to see whether you're in the faith or not there's so many people that have been talked out of salvation because they were told that that some man told them that they're saying that they're going to happen and it never question their faith. really what Bible is he reading and where does it tell us in scripture but it's for a man to bear witness to god's truth it doesn't know where. people are just content with what man tells them as if to suggest they're going to put in their cells on their their their church overseers leaving he's going to bring them in to having no scripture tells us we work out our own salvation with fear and trembling on a daily basis hello. I want to go back to something that I said right during the last segment of the first hour this is Charles Haddon Spurgeon listen carefully this is a man that understands the work of the holy ghost. he said wherever there is faith in a man let it but develop itself and there will be a purging of himself from the San. separating himself from the world James for for. second printing six starting in seventeen to the end of the chapter. he said they'll be a conflict with evil and a warning for the glory of Christ exactly. that's spiritual warfare and that's spiritual warfare in so many ways is foreign to those that call themselves Christians got a question for you where is the holy ghost here's another question for you how is it's in this world and I'm and I'm answering some questions right now on my truck how was it that so many professed listen eighty six percent of people in this country profess to be Christians and yet the evils prevailing out in the Bible tells us where sin abounds grace does much more abound where's the grace that over comms. I'm curious where is that grace that overcomes. how is it that the church in America is at peace with the world that's at war with god. how is it how is it that babies are being murdered today well it goes right back to what we've been talking about how is it that the homosexuals are running for a free to do what they want to do all one point seven percent of them. on a nationwide level but you know I mean America the way the media gives it to the media that you don't believe everybody believes all everybody's for the gay agenda baloney hogwash. if you want to when you're drinking the Kool aid. how was it that though the church in America is at peace with the world that's at war with god. you wanna tell me how that works for us because that is about as on scriptural as it can get that's heretical that's heresy and yet you see this bill all Bradley worse the piece you mean the peace that passes all understanding are you talking about the peace Jesus said the peace I leave with you is not as the world giveth but as I give in this world you're going to have tribulation. but do you have good cheer I have overcome the world wars vats I'm I'm just curious where is the joy of the lord and found in Hebrews chapter twelve were you bear the cross see you have a caramel understanding without the holy ghost as to the definitions of these words but you haven't experienced them you know nothing of it unless you actually bore your cross remember Jesus was crucified he was buried right and he rose again most people don't know the crucifixion therefore they never get to the baptism and therefore they never go to the resurrection to the glory of the father why because they do know bam straight narrow difficult is the way not widen broad. you know Hudson Taylor let me give it to you so you can understand better Hudson Taylor the grades missionary to China said I see that there's three stages in a work of god first it's impossible van it's difficult then it's difficult Bennett's difficulty then it's difficult and then it's done. your people fail. difficulties. remark for because it shows them the soil of their heart and their hard they're not born of the spirit because of they were born of the spirit of god guess what they'd be doing the things of the spirit of god. if you're born of the spirit of god you're going to do the things that the spirit of god leads you to do in the lead by the way friends so you know needs to be driven. Webster's eighteen twenty eight I'm not talking about your revised watered down version friends in the dictionary today where they have continuously water down the definitions of words since the nineteen fifties in this country go back up back to Webster's eighteen twenty eight we're gonna come back and we're going to finish this off friends Americans say that they love their freedoms but what does a lot more well I've already showed yeah. any comments questions one eight six six five eight two nine nine three three sons of liberty radio dot com sons of liberty media dot com we'll be right back on the other.

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Jennifer Hudson, Taylor Swift come out to play in 'Cats' movie trailer

Donna and Steve

04:08 min | 3 years ago

Jennifer Hudson, Taylor Swift come out to play in 'Cats' movie trailer

"List is available at the my top my talk app because were everything entertainment and we wanna give you some of those nominations right now I'll give you a couple highlights I you can get the full list just got pushed out on our my talk app if you don't already have it down on what you waiting for but if you do open up check it out see if yourself some that stood out to me lead actor in a comedy that run you'll be happy to know the Ted Danson nominate our place which we quite like a lead actress in a comedy now this is kind of loosely using comedy certainly a dark comedy but Christina Applegate for dead to me wonderful yeah yes very good that's our best work yet in my opinion gets it Jason Bateman gets a a lead actor in a drama series nomination for Zardari let's see here lead actress in a drama series I'm just picking one that stands out that we have known let's go with viola Davis a real power player there with how to get away with murder she just I've only watched half of a season of that she's quite intense on that show evidently critics quite enjoy her can we do a comedy series yeah we'll just we'll give you a few of them I year like flea bag that's nominated Ryan likes berry that needed in the marvelous Mrs Maisel of course it's gonna win wins every Steve likes the good plays that nominated as well among others high drama series game of thrones of course Ryan you like killing eve is great Steve you like this is us leads nominated I dabble in better call Saul and then there are some others in there as well and again you can check out the full list the competition program has an interesting one a lot of mainstays the amazing race America's got talent American ninja warrior a RuPaul's drag race top chef the voice how about this though the dark horse nailed it the cooking fail to should show all the slicks no got an odd yeah very fun that's incredible our show a Chernobyl Donna got a not for outstanding limited series so good on my gosh is that good and remember stranger things not up for grabs here because of its release date SO two handmaid's tale and I believe the same would be set for big little lies Laos outstanding supporting actress in a drama series game of thrones got four well for this four of the six well willing Chris stealing hiti Sophie Turner Maisie Williams wow if you own a shop in killing even Julie Julia garner from Ozark hole my goodness yeah sounds good it there's so many good shows out there this is going to be a really competitive shell could be anybody's anybody's when right the true yeah hi Steve you can leave us now I got to go got what would you do that's more important in your job my other job video of the blame I've been sent on a mission double a double story blame the the that soccer Cup the gold Cup the World Cup the women's soccer no no no he was playing US land soccer are you talking about the sports center yeah but there is a they have a big thing but guys listen I'm gonna go do soccer tricks with kids up to compete in the skills competition and then I'm gonna jump in a giant bowl of cereal we're just gonna have to stay tuned into in cities live at three five net will be on today yeah now it'll it'll be out later this week you know what have a good time nice to see that yes I want you to have fun with the children thanks that's not to say that I'm not irritated because I am really don't see a he was gonna leave when we come back and he Canadians in cars getting coffee we would buy kicked off a new season with Jerry Seinfeld one of our favorites Ricky Jr vase is gonna be a guest will will sample that tell a promo for the show when we come right back on my talk one is seven one everything entertainment hang out

"hudson taylor" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"hudson taylor" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"The first trailer for the movie cats is now out the movie version of the Andrew Lloyd Webber Broadway musical stars Taylor swift Jennifer Hudson Dame Judi Dench I dress Elba rebel Wilson and James cordon Hudson sings the iconic song memories in the film the movie hits theaters on December twentieth Brian shook NBC news radio welcome does a poll USA made in America and Asia opinions direct from the zip app here's Christina stop U. S. manufacturing is that a few growth spurts in recent years something president trump is really happy about we have hats from Wyoming sandals from Florida to Basco from Louisiana and custom built motorcycles from the great state of Indiana do you buy American products and I don't mean by accident okay I mean when you have two similar products you buy the one made in America according to users of this set back over sixty percent of those polled say that they always use American one possible just under forty percent say they just look for the deals regardless of where it's made and we all have our criticisms of the president but you can't deny he loves this country voted to one of the greatest nations on earth making the best products from the best materials with the best workers anywhere in the world seems like yesterday despite all our differences we were proud to share the common bond of being American but the word proud has since become a dirty word do you believe we can get back to being proud as a culture or do you think those days are behind us seventy percent of the polar say yes patriotism is the silent majority twenty two percent believe those days are gone and it's because.

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