35 Burst results for "J. Hope"

The U.S. added 517,000 jobs in January, much better than 187,000 expected

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 7 hrs ago

The U.S. added 517,000 jobs in January, much better than 187,000 expected

"A stunning jobs report for January. Economists were expecting some 175,000 jobs added, so sunlight bank rate dot com's Mark hammer grew pretty surprised. The economy added 517,000 jobs last month on top of that, 71,000 additional jobs with the upward revisions in the previous two months. So the job market in January, even with all the job cut announcements, remarkably strong. So what is the fed to make of all this? I think the fed can actually look at this picture and gain some additional confidence with the hope that

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I Hope That People Go to Jail Over the Hunter Biden Laptop...

The Officer Tatum Show

01:20 min | 20 hrs ago

I Hope That People Go to Jail Over the Hunter Biden Laptop...

"I hope that people go to jail over the Hunter Biden laptop. Just kind of funny the two tier system because, you know, if somebody on the Trump side had a fraction of what Hunter Biden has had in the documents that have been revealed from a laptop, I mean, they'll be buried. I mean, Donald Trump haven't done half of what Hunter Biden has done. But I don't care if he's a president or not. The fact of it, the fact of the matter is he has relationship with the current president. But your boy Hunter Biden had done way worse stuff. And everybody just acting like it didn't matter. I saw some, I saw some stuff that came from another laptop somewhere. I don't know what it is. I saw it on the Internet, somebody was putting it out there. I mean, this dude is like such a degenerate. He's literally got prostitutes with these women that look like prostitutes. He sniffing cocaine off their naked bodies. And for some of y'all who ain't saved that sound like a good time. But in reality, you are a degenerate person. And your daddy's the president of the United States. It's like, you know, it's like on a smaller level, it's like the embarrassment that your son would bring to you if he's getting suspended from school and you're the president. I mean, you're the principal at the school.

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Ethan Blevins: Hope for Marty Hierholzer's Case to Reach SCOTUS

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:52 min | 1 d ago

Ethan Blevins: Hope for Marty Hierholzer's Case to Reach SCOTUS

"Say now, Pacific legal foundation stepping in your representing him, what exactly is the process? Who do you sue? Who do you file paperwork with? So we have sued the small business administration's director and the case is still very early. We've only filed a complaint. So it'll be a while before we have additional news, but we've brought an equal protection claim, obviously, that Marty's rights to equal protection are being violated as well as some claims that the government has exceeded its authority by creating these racial preferences. So it's in its early stages. It's important to note that this program is actually been around for a long time. And there have been a number of legal challenges to it, but we believe that we have a Supreme Court now that's more skeptical of racial preferences than we've seen in a long time. And so there's a hope that we can renew this attempt to achieve equal treatment. Now, when you talk about that claim, does that automatically get filed with the Supreme Court as that have to work its way up the channels? It works its way up it's currently in the United States District Court in Virginia. And of course, it's always a long shot getting to the Supreme Court. But we think that this is an issue the court cares about right now. We have the student preferred mission students for permissions case recently. And that I think the time is right for the court to address, we've had over we've had half a century or more now of these racial preferences programs that are supposed to be benign, but the promise has been that we would be receiving equal treatment under the law regardless of race.

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Israeli settler population in West Bank surpasses 500k

AP News Radio

01:09 min | 1 d ago

Israeli settler population in West Bank surpasses 500k

"The number of Israeli settlers in the West Bank now makes up over half a million people, the latest figures released by a pro settler group pass a major threshold, much of the international community views the settlements as illegitimate and an obstacle to peace, the mayor of ephrat settlement, or dead revivi, hopes this will change by pushing in a new law. One of the tasks of this government to try and convince the international community that we can also change the legal status of part of this region Palestinian monter Abd Al qadir, who lives in neighboring Al bira, says the nearby settlement has caused a lot of suffering for his community. If you want to go after a little bit, you're not feeling safe to come back home. The Palestinians see the settlements as a land crab that undermine their chances to establish a viable contiguous state as Palestinian official Mustafa barghouti explains was an intentional policy of establishing more settlements illegal settlements to prevent the establishment of a Palestinian state and two state solutions. I'm Karen Chammas.

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How the Truth Changes Everything With Dr. Jeff Myers

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | 1 d ago

How the Truth Changes Everything With Dr. Jeff Myers

"Truth changes everything. I hope you believe that because it's true, we're going to talk about what is actually true and why does that matter? Jeff Myers is with us doctor Jeff Myers. Charlie, it's great to be with you. This is going to be a lot of fun. We're going to have a fun day. Yeah. We're working yet. We're putting you on tour, so we got a whole hour here, and then we're going to dream city church in a couple hours, and we're going to hopefully have a really big group there. I want to talk about some ministries. I also want to talk about your book, which I found to be really, really helpful, and I really enjoyed. So but first tell us about some administration the work you do. Well, some in manage two springs, Colorado, little hippy down, right at the foot of speed. We have been some administration has been there for 60 years and during that time, they have focused on helping to equip and support a rising generation to embrace God's truth and to champion a biblical worldview. So we're not just looking for young adults who believe that Jesus is real. But who take that as the basis of their reality and expand it to everything else. So we want them to go into law and politics and the military and medicine and science and all these different areas taking those biblical convictions with them to some that's been able to train about a 100,000 young people. It's two week long courses. You spoke at one of them. We met over at Arizona Christian. I was really impressed with the kids. They're really impressive, aren't they? Yeah. And the cool thing is, some of those kids are headed off to Ivy League schools, some of them are headed off to trade schools, some of them are going straight into the workforce. They're all across the spectrum, but once they learn that they can learn and they love to learn, then all of a sudden they light up, they want to grow, they want to read, they want to ask questions. They realize every kid is smart, different kinds of smart, but we can't all be the sort of people who make a difference.

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David Horowitz: 'Joe Biden Is in the Pocket of the Chinese'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:40 min | 1 d ago

David Horowitz: 'Joe Biden Is in the Pocket of the Chinese'

"Welcome back. We're talking to David Horowitz, who has written a book titled final battle. It is brand new. The next election could be the last. So David, you and I are under no illusions that the Democrats like the Chinese communist leaders have no scruples do not believe in truth and will do anything to keep in power and have been doing practically. It's worse than that. Joe Biden is in the pocket of the Chinese. Who made the policy that surrendered Afghanistan to China the Taliban, what do you think that happened? Well, my question is whether you think these things will be brought to light. I think I have real hope that many of these things will be brought to light are being brought to light, you know already. That's the other hopeful thing. It has the Republican Party has undergone something of a change. How much we'll see in the battles to come. But that's very important. And they let the Republican Party is responsible for actually making this seem normal. There's nothing normal about the United States president and his family collecting $31 million on the most vicious totalitarian regime on the planet with clear and open designs to control the world, we don't have any there's no president could survive that except in this present context.

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This Is Where 'Final Battle' Author David Horowitz Sees Hope

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:47 min | 1 d ago

This Is Where 'Final Battle' Author David Horowitz Sees Hope

"I'm talking to David Horowitz, his new book is final battle. The next election could be the last, David, what gives you any hope? What can we do to avert the end of America? I see hope and two major phenomenons. One is Trump's rallies. He is the first time in our history created a mass conservative movement. When the media is beating up on Trump, they ignore the fact that 74 million Americans voted for him. And that no previous sitting president had ever increased his vote in the second election. And the second is the spontaneous movement among parents revolting at the communist schools that Democrat party and the teacher unions have created the atrocities they're committing against children, both intellectual, but also this transgender disfiguration and chemical castration of children, something when I was a radical I describe myself as a Marxist revolutionary. I would have been a horrified, if any of my friends had supported such a movement, we are at the 11th hour. I believe, but it's sparked a revolt in which I see there's a lot of hope for the future.

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A Prayer During a Season of Waiting

Your Daily Prayer

02:28 min | 1 d ago

A Prayer During a Season of Waiting

"Our story of waiting is part of our witness. Waiting opens us to ministry. Waiting provides the opportunity for us to experience the delights of God and sometimes miraculous ways. Our season of waiting, therefore, should not be looked down upon or condemned. Rather it should be lifted up and celebrated. As we hold ourselves open to God's loving presence, we may just find ourselves experiencing the promises of God in a profound way. This then becomes an inspiration and an encouragement to others. How might deezer be asking you to use your time of waiting for his purposes. Let us pray. Lord of all time and space, I give to you this season of waiting. I ask that you use this time for your purposes. Where I am tempted to be frustrated or angered, may you bestow peace. Where I am tempted to long for my own will, help me to desire yours. Where I am tempted to desire only my satisfactions. Turn my attention to the presence of my savior. Help me wait with you. In you. And for you. Dearest Jesus, I pray that this season of waiting be one where I grow. Instead fast faith. Help me to hold on to your promises and joyous hope. And even if I don't see your promises revealed in this moment, help me to trust in your goodness, your grace and your love. In this time of waiting, I pray that you give me a deeper vision of your presence. Help me O lord to recognize the movement of your hand, and the gentle guiding of your spirit. Equip me with the gifts I need to proclaim your word and show forth your goodness. Me, my testimony increase, and my witness extend. As a result of this time of waiting, but more than anything, may you be glorified above all things. This I pray in the name of the one in whom I wait. Amen.

Dennis Talks to John Eastman, Former Legal Advisor to President Trump

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:56 min | 1 d ago

Dennis Talks to John Eastman, Former Legal Advisor to President Trump

"Eastman, welcome back to the Dennis prager show. Thank you so much, Dennis. It's a real pleasure to be back on your program. I hope you're doing well. Well, my standard answer for the last three years is better than my country. Yeah, no, we are in a crisis. The likes of which we've only seen a couple of times in our nation's history. And precious few people on our side of the political aisle seem to be aware of the press of this we're on. The only difference I have with you is I don't think it was a couple of times. I think it was once the Civil War. I don't think there was as dark a period at any time of a time in American history. Anyway, let's get to your state. So first, let's get the current condition is this a formal process. They have announced they wish to disbar you what is happening. Well, so this began with kind of a hyper partisan political group called states united democracy center. Filing complaint against me with this California bar back in October of 2021. Then of course that triggers either cursory or a more substantial investigation in response to the allegations in the complaint. All of that process is supposed to be confidential. But last march coincidentally on the evening before a major brief was due in a legal dispute I was having with the January 6th committee over privileged documents. The state bar announced that they were conducting an investigation in violation of the statute on confidentiality, exercising an exception at that statute that they could announce and investigation if the lawyer they were investigating was a threat to the public. This is rather extraordinary.

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Rep. Mike Gallagher on His Discussions With Hakeem Jeffries

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:02 min | 2 d ago

Rep. Mike Gallagher on His Discussions With Hakeem Jeffries

"Have you talked to Hakeem Jeffries, the leader of the minority party in the House about why he is, it may be that everybody wants on, it may be that he is balancing appointments on the Jordan subcommittee as well. There might be a lot of reasons, but is he talked to you about it? I actually talked to him in passing on the House floor and I know that he and the speaker have talked about making sure this is a serious effort. I think he's going to appoint serious people by at least from what I've heard about that conversation and he told me yesterday that he thinks this will all be resolved soon, but the select committees are getting populated last. I think that's driving a lot of this and he's probably trying to balance who do I put on the weapon and the weaponization of government committee? Who do I put on the intelligence committee? Who do I put on the China committee and how do I kind of balance all these things in the competing demands of various members? So again, I'm hoping that we get members appointed today so we can get down to business because we're already kind of getting pushed a little bit to the right here.

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Before a crowd of 1 million, Pope urges Congolese to forgive

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 d ago

Before a crowd of 1 million, Pope urges Congolese to forgive

"Pope Francis is urging Congo's people to find it in their hearts to forgive those who have harmed them. Francis made the appeal during a mass before an estimated 1 million people, many spending the night on the vast airfields of Kinshasa's medulla airport and passed the hours before Francis arrival singing and dancing. The mass is the Pope's first big event in Congo and comes on a day dedicated to his call for peace and forgiveness in a country wracked by decades of violence. Kiryu be tells the AP we're hoping the peace will come in the east part of our country, and our leaders will gather together to think what they should do for us youths. The Pope is scheduled to meet victims of eastern Congo ongoing fighting. I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Ami Horowitz Describes the Current Situation in Israel

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:07 min | 2 d ago

Ami Horowitz Describes the Current Situation in Israel

"The situation now in Israel politically? What's the situation like on the street? Is there hopes for the new administration? What's the atmosphere like army? Well, on the ground, as you can imagine, it is very, very tense, particularly in Jerusalem. Where I am, and I've got friends who look, their lifelong Israeli. They grew up here. They've been through this thing over and over again. And I was like, let's have dinner in Jerusalem like, I don't know if I'm comfortable coming into Jerusalem. Really? I mean, it's incredible. Yes. And in terms of the political side, it's look, it's not good. Right now, obviously the country is in turmoil over the issue with the judicial branch and their overhaul, judicial branch. And now you're adding this to it and it makes it even more complicated difficult. And frankly, it does give it does give both of the extreme sides of Israeli politics left and right gives them both ammunition. And it's no, it's not good. I'm not sure how long this government lasts to be honest.

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What Led the Rage to Arrest and Beat Tyre Nichols?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:56 min | 3 d ago

What Led the Rage to Arrest and Beat Tyre Nichols?

"You know, I'm asking an inevitable question that I feel guilty about. The inevitable question that I feel guilty about, I must ask, but I'll tell you why I feel guilty about it because it feels like I'm blaming the victim here. And I don't want to blame the victim. I have nothing but sympathy and sadness over the death of 29 year old Tyree Nichols, like, I think almost everybody in the world does. This is one issue where finally we've seen a little bit unified. We're all disgusted and angry and sickened over the beating death of this Memphis FedEx driver. But I can't stop wondering what caused these police officers to collectively fly into a blind rage. I hope they stomp his ass what? For what? What did he do? Reckless driving he didn't turn his turn signal on? What did he did he coached through a stop sign? Was he taunting them? And listen, the reason I feel guilty about it is again, it sounds like one of those, well, what did she do to get the beating that she received from her boyfriend or her husband? You know what I mean? I don't want to make it sound like he did anything that deserved getting beaten to death because he didn't. But what in the world led to this kind of fury, this kind of violence, this kind of rage, I don't get it. I do not understand this at all.

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7th Memphis officer disciplined, EMTs fired in Nichols death

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 d ago

7th Memphis officer disciplined, EMTs fired in Nichols death

"The circle of punishment has widened in the fatal beating of a motorist by Memphis police officers. I Norman hall, Memphis, police officials say two more officers have been relieved of duty for their roles in the arrest beating and death of Tyree Nichols, 5 fired officers already faced murder indictments, a 6th officer Preston hip hill is heard on the video saying he stunned Nichols and that he hoped officers would stop him as well. Nichols and the 5 officers of black a pill is white. No details were given about the 7th officer. Meanwhile, fire department officials announced the firing of two emergency medical technicians and a lieutenant the department says the three failed to adequately assess Nichols condition. I Norman hall

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Elise Stefanik: Investigating Government Abuse, Biden Family

Mark Levin

01:49 min | 3 d ago

Elise Stefanik: Investigating Government Abuse, Biden Family

"At least stefanik representative from New York how are you Good how are you Mark I am doing great And I hope you are as well No I know you serve on this very very special and important committee that is going to investigate the Biden crime family and what's been going on with this with this administration and so forth but I understand already you're not getting cooperation in the house Is that correct Well it is correct Mark but I will tell you House Republicans will leave no stone unturned And let's take a step back This will be some of the most important work of the House Republican majority in this Congress And here's why You talk to the American people across this country and they fundamentally believe rightfully so that there are two sets of rules One if your last name is Clinton or Biden and you are well connected high profile Democrats and you're part of the swamp you can commit crimes and it's brushed under the rug On the other hand if you're a hardworking patriotic American who is innocent the federal government has been weaponized against you We see that again and again The purpose of this select committee is to follow the facts and find the truth to shine sunlight to bring transparency and ultimately accountability and I believe legislative reforms Agencies that I'm focused on are the Department of Justice and the FBI and the list is quite lengthy in the abuses and weaponization that we've seen from these agencies I of course was very active in the unconstitutional impeachment proceedings And was one of the leaders when it came to showing the importance of congressional oversight of these agencies who have run afoul of the fact that they report to Congress and the American people not the other way around

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Donald Trump Is Officially Back on the Campaign Trail

The Trish Regan Show

01:39 min | 3 d ago

Donald Trump Is Officially Back on the Campaign Trail

"President Donald Trump really hoping that people remember how things used to be. And we have incredible people. You know, when you think of what we've done, we had the largest tax cut in the history of our country. We had the largest regulation cuts in the history of our country. We had the safest southern border in the history of our country. We had the least amount of drugs and decades and decades. Right now it's ten times the drugs are pouring into our southern border as when I left. Think of that ten times. Not a 100% more. Think of that. Ten times what's coming in like water and cheaper than candy, fentanyl, you buy cheaper than candy. You can go buy a candy bar, of course you're much more than fentanyl. Some popular themes from the past, including not just the drug and border situation, but of course the economy which you heard him mention. He talked about those tax cuts sort of the antithesis of what we've been seeing in the current economic environment. We're going to have more on that in just a moment, but is Donald Trump hits the campaign trail there in New Hampshire. You got to ask, where the heck is Ron DeSantis who allegedly is running against him, at least that's the word on the street. I'll believe it when I see it only because I think there are reasons, including his youth, shall we say, not really youth, but younger age, there are some reasons where he may be tempted to wait it out, nonetheless, he has not been stumping in New Hampshire he doesn't have the name recognition, for example, if a Donald Trump in New Hampshire, he has not been visiting South Carolina and thus it's unclear. At this moment in time and he may be just trying to keep his powder dry, whether or not he's indeed serious about 2024,

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6th Memphis officer relieved of duty in Nichols arrest

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 d ago

6th Memphis officer relieved of duty in Nichols arrest

"The circle of punishment has widened in the fatal beating of a motorist by Memphis police officers. I Norman hall, Memphis, police officials say a 6th officer has been disciplined for his role in the arrest beating and death of Tyree Nichols. 5 fired officers already face murder indictments, video incident has sparked outrage around the nation. Officer Preston hip hill is heard on the video saying he stunned at Nichols and that he hoped officers would stop him as well. Nichols and the 5 officers are black, hemphill is white, fire department officials, meanwhile, announced the firing of two emergency medical technicians and a lieutenant, the department says the three failed to adequately assess Nichols condition. I Norman hall

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Life, Liberty & Levin: Full Hour With Victor Davis Hanson

Mark Levin

01:08 min | 3 d ago

Life, Liberty & Levin: Full Hour With Victor Davis Hanson

"But I've decided this Sunday I'm gonna have a full hour With Victor Davis Hanson a full hour You know when I started life liberty and Levin I had one guest And I've decided from time to time we will have one guest And Victor Davis Hanson is the kind of person I could sit down with for hours And I bet you feel that way too I just don't think he has enough time to develop his thoughts and so forth In a half hour my show or 7 6 5 four minutes of somebody else's show So while have him on for the full hour I'm going to do it this Sunday There's no football so I hope you'll DVR if you can't watch the show live if he can I'm sure it's going to be great No I mean I have to do it but I'm sure it's going to be great because he's there And I want to encourage you if you can To check us out because well you can't go wrong with him Honestly me either But you know the point right mister producer He's fantastic So we're going to get him for an hour

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"j. hope" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

Evangelism on SermonAudio

06:59 min | 2 months ago

"j. hope" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

"Still. Today, if you didn't hear a word I said, or you just got the sidetracks, that's not me. That's on the spirit, right? I can only do my best, which is sinful man. But if you walk away with nothing else, so. My application page, okay? You may want to application. Behold your God. If you want an application, read the rest of Isaiah 40. Isaiah just lifts God up and lifts God up and I actually probably would have had time to, but I didn't prepare all that. And so we won't go quite that loose cannon at this point. But look at the rest of Isaiah 40. You just lifts up God. And that's all. We are to do lift up God. That hope that's in us. So my go, my applications to today is behold your God. Let's close in prayer. Heavenly father. Oh, that praise you with it. You have set us in such a fellowship. Lord, that you have said amongst us so many who are willing to bring your word lord not only from the pulpit, lord, but from the hillside tonight, the lord that they would, as they're getting tired. I work from a long night and the busy days. Lord that you would renew their spirit. Lore that they would approach each heart is there. With a joyful message of comfort, lord that they would bring good tidings to those who come through Bethlehem visited. Lord, that we would, as families gather over the season, lord that we would lift up your name, not just in our quiet private time, but lord that we would proclaim that we would cry out from the hilltops. Behold our God. What would the spirit would make that way open and straight? Lord, they would see their iniquity, or that we would see our iniquity. Lord that we would turn from it, that we would understand that your word is Christ and his eternal. And that lord comfort isn't going to come here on earth, but lord comfort comes from joining with you. In Jesus name. Amen. All right. And the scariest part about it. Anybody have anything, they would like to add rebuke question criticize quantify. But that's my idea of powerful business. Thank you. That was not me. For the powerful creatures here. Anybody else? It's very centered. What I consider a very centered piece of athletic visit in terms of the message that we're sharing happens actually with the angel to the shepherds. There we go. Good news. Great joy shall be focused all the people in the states in the city of data to save yours. It's really a reflection of a very passive thing. Yeah. It is good news. Great joy. And all the earth. What? The Microsoft? No, he said that his favorite part of bet lamer visited is the angels and the angels proclamation to the shepherds that it is good news. Of Greyjoy. He says he is Christ the lord. That was looking at the first number two. He said that. She had received from the hand of the aqua double for overseas. Yes, that's talked about blessing. As I read it, and as I think thought about it, I don't know, it seems more of a cause. Deserves the wrath of God. And so I don't know, it seems like it was talking more of those we are margins than or they could and their iniquity was removed. That they're still a consequence. Absolutely. And I'll tell you what, I struggle. I struggled with that so much. I really did, because I was right where you were at, that this is talking about the punishment. But the struggle I had with that is the punishment on Israel. They can't have enough punishment to make up for their sin. There is no way that they could ever suffer enough. To make up for their sin. And so it is. It is the punishment, but the punishment comes in forgiveness. It becomes in that pardoning because Christ is going to take that sin because they never can. Exactly. Double punishment. You can't double hell. Right. Yeah. So yes, I am with you a 100%. The data is. It is the punishment and it is a suffering. And that's also why it's the pardon because it's Christ that takes it. And so Isaiah is bringing the good news that have they suffered, yes, they have suffered. But they're suffering hasn't been near enough to bring them back to God. They're suffering would continue if God didn't intervene with mercy and grace. So yes, I agree with you completely and struggled with that a great deal. So. Anybody else? Now's the time we come

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"j. hope" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

Evangelism on SermonAudio

02:39 min | 2 months ago

"j. hope" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

"Be part of that. A lot of typos in the middle of my preaching. Now, I love to listen to power preachers. Bodie Bach, okay? I really wish I could stand up here and say, in Texas, we have a saying for that. That dog, no hunt. John Macarthur. And I go there. You know, I love those. I love the Paul washers. Oh my goodness, the power. They bring with their words. I would love to have preached. As a matter of fact, what I sit down, I'm like, oh, I want to come up with something great, but the fact is, I'm not a gifted preacher. And I don't even have cool things like that Donald hunt. So I'm left up here at sinful man, but oh yeah, so are they? They're messages in any stronger because you only hear what God wants you to hear, though you only hear what the spirit is going to put in you. So as much as it would be fun to come up with one of those great sermons, I'm afraid that would just deal I'd have to be a lot of pride after that. So I'm glad he leaves me as humble as he has in bringing messages. But I love to go to those power preachers, but their message is no stronger than your message at Bethlehem or visited or anybody's message to their family at the family gathering because their message is only as strong as what the spirit opens the heart to hear. And so we can't use that excuse that I just don't know what to say. The title of my sermon was I think I remember to put it on there. Be prepared to give an answer for the hope that is in us. That verse doesn't say to articulate perfectly do we know that we're sinners? Did the spirit show us our sin? Do we understand? That Christ came, died, was raised again and sits on the right hand of the throne of God. Do we understand that well enough to know that we have hope in us? And then what

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"j. hope" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

Evangelism on SermonAudio

07:50 min | 2 months ago

"j. hope" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

"We're going to need to pass in. At what stands in the way our sinfulness our sin and our sinfulness. And so those crooked and rough places, that's the spirit working in us to straighten those out. To point out our sin and then inverse 5 we see the glory of the lord shall be revealed and all flesh shall see it together for the mouth of the lord is spoken. So this is that's repentance. We have to come to a level of repentance or we have to preach repentance if we're going to make straight. If that path is going to be made straight. Now, they would have seen they would have been seen and waiting. Okay, if you're an exile in Babylon, okay? Rough times, but you're looking for God's glory to bring you out of Babylon. They were waiting for that Salvation. This was comfort to them waiting for that Salvation. Now, looking back, Salvation is that same comfort because it is displaying God's glory. Now, it says that all flesh will see it together. So all flesh seeing it and all flesh understanding it are not the same thing. Go back and God told Isaiah, go tell this people, keep on hearing, but do not understand, keep on seeing, but do not perceive. But the way is prepared. So the spirit is there to work. To bring about that repentance. It doesn't mean everybody's going to repair. So then we get up to verse 6. And the voice said cry out. And he said, what, shall I cry? So we are called, he was called, we are called to cry out. To bring this discomfort. But what are we to cry out? We want people to hear, but what message do we want them to hear? All flesh is grass. And all its loveliness is like the flower of the field. The grass with her, the flower fades. That's flesh. That's us. Okay? Actually, in studying this out, I got a whole new meaning and understanding for why Dan says that. You know, yes, it makes sense that Dan is exalting the word of lord, okay? That's what that is doing. That is exalting the word of the lord. But it's also pointing out how inadequate and how sinful the man who brings that message is. We are the flash. We are the grass. And we wither. And we fade, you guys, if you guys want to trust in Derek's message, you're in trouble. You want to trust in God. That's where you need to be. Because the breath of the lord blows upon it. We are a very short time. We are literally a flash in the pan. That's what our life is. Do we have a lot to enjoy in it? I'm not trying to be too bleak about that. But we can't bring a sound message and you can't hear what I say. Unless the spirit brings it to you. And what's the message? The message is the word of the lord stands forever. Yeah. We get to that word, okay? So we've got the Holy Spirit, right? And now we've got the word. And what is the word? What is the word of the lord? What is the word of God? Well, we can take this from John and John says in the beginning was the word. That's capitalized. John says the word became flesh and dwelt among us. First John, chapter 5 or 6 says this is he who came by water and blood, Jesus Christ. Not only by water, but by water and blood, and is the spirit who bears witness because the spirit is truth for there are three that bear witness in heaven, the father, the word, and the Holy Spirit, and these three are one. So, the word of the lord stands forever, the word is crashed. All of scripture testifies to him and says he is coming, says he is here and says he is here to glorify God. But he's also got. He's not only the one here, he's the author. So we are short term. God's kingdom is eternal. Let's see. But. Verse 9. Ozone. You who bring up you who bring good tidings. Get up into the high mountain of Jerusalem. You who bring good tidings, lift up your voice with strength. Lift it up and be not afraid. Say to the cities of Judah behold your God. So while we are flesh, a very insignificant piece of eternity here on earth, God, in his glory, because of his glory, calls us to bring his message. He wants us. He asks us, I really hard time picking a Christmas song. I know it's that season. I am rebellious towards that season. I pray for me. I'm getting better, but there is no reason that this should be hijacked for one month out of the year, okay? But I picked a Christmas song because it said good tidings of comfort and joy. That didn't match the scripture. I didn't know what else to do. So I had to pick Christmas. So you who bring good tidings? You who are at Bethlehem visited. You who are going to gather with family. You do have a responsibility. Not only do you have a responsibility. You have a privilege. The God of all creation has said, you can share my message. He's given us that. It's a gift. It's a gift to

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08:16 min | 2 months ago

"j. hope" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

"So. I did. Completely I ran my notes. Okay. Now, we're back in the New Testament, okay? We're back here. We are us today. We're me studying this from the front looking back, okay? And we see that that person is fulfills the prophecy. And I love that. Dan handled that wonderfully. But we also look and we see in John the Baptist, like we look at Luke in chapter one, verse 15, for he will be great in the sight of the lord and shall drink neither wine nor strong drink. He will also be filled with the Holy Spirit even from his mother's womb. Okay? Filled with the Holy Spirit. Okay, this is where I'm stuck on it. I'm right on that field with the Holy Spirit part and I'm like, okay, this is the Holy Spirit. This is the Holy Spirit that Isaiah is talking about. And you know, we see even John's mom. The Holy Spirit, told her when Mary came. That this is the messiah. And John's dad prophesied about his son because the Holy Spirit was on zacharias. On his dad, to prophesy. So we see this whole thing of John the Baptist surrounded by the Holy Spirit. We also drop look at those passages in malachi that make that a challenging thing because it talks about Elijah. And we have to sort that out when it says Elijah and talking about John the Baptist. But let me just give you a little here goes a pinball again, okay? Drop back to that word double. Elisha asks Elijah for a double portion of Elijah's spirit. We see that's what elisha's after is the spirit that Elijah has. And we see that in the prophets that the Holy Spirit told them we see that. John the Baptist was the last Old Testament prophet. And we see that spirit on him. We see Paul talks about it where he refers to David as speaking for the Holy Spirit of the Holy Spirit speaking through David. So these prophecies, these ideas are coming, but they're coming from the Holy Spirit. So John the Baptist is not going to help anybody. It's the spirit working through John the Baptist. So John the Baptist fulfills the prophecy because the spirit is on John the Baptist. And so we've come to this, the voice of one crying in the wilderness, prepare the way of the lord, okay? That's the Holy Spirit. We've seen that through all the prophets, the Old Testament we see that through John. We see the spirit of light on Christ. Like a dove when he is back when John baptized him. And then ultimately, we see Christ promises that helper. He won't be with him. He won't be with his disciples. And so in John 1426. But the helper, the Holy Spirit, whom the father will send in my name. So the spirit is that ministry. It's going to continue. The spirit is what gives the understanding. John gave the words the spirit gives the understanding. So, God. Isaiah is going to bring that comfort, crying out to Jerusalem. We need the spirit to work ahead of that. And what's the spirit going to do? Prepare the way of the lord. Make straight in the desert, a highway for your God. Every valley shall be exalted and every mountain and hill brought low. The crooked places shall be made straight and the rough places smooth. So. Go back to the Old Testament, okay? If a kingdom is coming, it's going to create, you're going to need a royal procession. The kings dot com on his own. There's a royal procession coming, okay? And so to make a highway to get that kingdom to get that king to travel with the king with the king's procession. Okay? So I got the term highway. Okay, I've really had to study that one out. Because. Let it have highways, right? They didn't have highways. They had paths and roads and what we think of as a highway. But do you know why we have highways? They did it first. Because if you are going to travel, okay? Great. If you're going to travel and you're going to travel in any weather and get somewhere quick, you actually have to have a road that is raised up with ditches so that you don't have to travel in the mud because if you travel on it long enough, it becomes a depression and it becomes muddy and you actually can't travel on it except in good weather. Okay, so how do you fix that problem? You raise up where you're actually going to do the traveling. So the water drains away. So you can use that road any time of the year, okay? In any weather. So why do we have highways? What that term doesn't even make sense for our big concrete pads, except for it does come from this. They had them first. They raised it up and put ditches. This is the picture that would have been in their head. Actually, it should be a picture in our head now because that's exactly how our roads are made. And so this highway is not a small thing. This is not a small task. This isn't clear the trees so we can get through, this is, this is actually going out and rebuilding it. So it'll travel, okay? And I go to all that link to point out how big of a deal this would have been to them to understand that this is going to be a highway that is being made. Okay. Let you into my head just for a minute, okay? Because I want you guys to all enjoy this. Hopefully for all time the way I am going to. So I get caught up in this kind of stuff. And I'm like, you know, you think about that. You drive through the Flint hills and what they have done to make those highways cut that rock. You know, you go into the mountains and you can see those little lines of stripes through The Rock where they drilled so they could explode it out. I mean, that's how big of a deal this is. Now, why do I go that extensive? Because I now can not drive past a big cut in a highway without thinking behold my God. So I hope you guys get that as well now. So. Make the crooked places straight. What are the crooked places? You can't travel fast. But that's really not what the crooked places are, are they? The crooked places that need made straight for the spirit, but the spirit is going to make straight as our hearts. We are the rough places, okay? At this point, God coming into our heart does not need a big road.

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"j. hope" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

Evangelism on SermonAudio

02:56 min | 2 months ago

"j. hope" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

"Tomorrow. But you are anyways, but so the double as that there's two kinds of forgiveness is forgiveness of the sins you have committed and the changing of your sinful nature. Okay? But much simpler? Double in scripture means an abundance. More than enough. You know? You get double. You don't need double forgiveness. You need to be forgiven, but God's forgiveness is abundant. And so we see that we're double and God's promising a very complete forgiveness. That they will receive that their iniquity will be pardoned completely and then some. So then we hit my next my next struggle, okay? First three, the voice of one crying in the wilderness. All right, so this is why Dan gave me this because he was and malachi. And he was preaching on that. And I'm sure he landed on this in his research of malachi. And sees this, the voice crying in the wilderness. So Dan gives me this. And I'm starting to do some study on it, okay? And then Dan gets up here. And Dan and I came to different conclusions on who the boys crying in the wilderness is. That's a very hard spot for me to be in because I respect my elders a great deal. And so I'm in this spot, okay, how did he come to a different conclusion to me? And I asked him about it that morning because I was just, okay? And Dan gave me just the right answer. Because there is a one answer to this. There is one answer. If you're Isaiah. If you are hearing this message from Isaiah, okay? And you know this. You know this verse because you've been in exile in Babylon and this verse means an awful lot to you because it was your comfort. And so this is ingrained in your brain, okay? And you're passing it on generation to generation. This is super important to you. This voice of one crying in the wilderness and you're looking for this. And then you are in the wilderness, and there's a guy in camel hair, and he says, I am the voice of one crying in the wilderness. That narrows it down, doesn't it? That is John the Baptist. It is John the Baptist. This is fulfilled. Just like Dan said. In John the Baptist. But you're careful,

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07:09 min | 2 months ago

"j. hope" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

"His humble prayer in his humble Prairie God withholds his hand and says that in the time of hezekiah, there won't be trouble. There will be peace. But then hezekiah and his pride shows Babylon, all of his riches and all of his treasures. He shows off and God says, but Babylon is coming and Babylon is going to take your people into captivity. Okay? So that's where we're at when we're coming into 40 is God has promised that they're going to go into exile in Babylon. They're going to be taken into captivity. They're basically their country is going to be destroyed by Babylon, okay? So then we come to chapter 40. And in chapter 40, Isaiah gets thrown a bone. A bone with a lot of meat on it. And I thank God says and so we're going to look at our passage that we're going to go through today. I'm going to try to make it to 9 or stop at 9. I'm really not sure where I'm going to be at. But Isaiah 40 comfort. Yes, comfort my people. Says you're gone. Speak comfort to Jerusalem and cry out to her that are warfare is indigent that are iniquity as pardoned for she has received from the lord's hand devil for all her sins. The voice of one crying in the wilderness prepare the way of the lord make straight in the desert, a highway for our God. Every valley shall be exalted and every mountain and hill brought low. The crooked places shall be made straight and the rough places smooth. The glory of the lord shall be revealed, and all flesh shall see it together for the mouth of the lord has spoken. The voice said cry out, and he said, what shall I cry? All flesh is grass. And all its loveliness is like the flower of the field. The grass withers, the flower fades. Because the breath of our lord blows upon it. Surely the people are grass, the grass withers, the flower fades, but the word of our lord stands forever. Ozone, you, who bring good tidings, get up into the high mountains of Jerusalem. You who bring good tidings, lift up your voice with strength. Lift it up. Be not afraid, say to the cities of Judah, behold your God. So. In that message. I won't follow that with the grass withers in the flower face for the word of our large dance forever like Dan. Because it was right there in the passage. That's where Dan's band sprays comes from. And we'll look at that when we get to it. So. If I was to put a title and had notes and was organized and amazing as our other people who preach. Sermon. What I want you to walk away from this would be behold your God. As I'm looking at this passage and especially I know that Lamborghini is going on and we are coming together at this season with a lot of family gatherings and so if you walk away from anything with this walk away with behold your God because that's who we want to proclaim. So with that. The original obviously of this was Isaiah giving out good news of a prophecy for other prophets to share and for the exiles and Babylon to have this good news. They do have good news coming. Life is going to be pretty crumby for them, but they have good news coming. That is the original audience, okay? He's going to give comfort. This is a future message. This isn't a message to I mean, he just told him Babylon's coming. So they've got bad news. But this is a future message of comfort of relief coming. But it also has a much further reaching than that because ultimately the comfort isn't the coming messiah. It is the messiah who comes. So here we are now and we get the joy of looking back at this, okay? So we get to look backwards and understand in fullness what Isaiah is saying when he says comfort yes comfort my people. We get that comfort. Through Christ. So I'll bounce a little bit between what they would have heard and what we heard. So what does that comfort look like? Verse two says speed comfort to Jerusalem and cry out to her. That her warfare has ended and that her iniquity is pardoned for she has received from the lord's hand double for all her sins. So warfare is she's getting promised peace. Iniquity is pardoned. She's giving me promise forgiveness. She's going to receive from the lord's hand double for all her Sims. Okay? Once again, I hit the word double, and there goes the pinball. I struggled with that. I struggled with that term quite a bit. What does it mean to receive double for all her sins? She doesn't. So the only thing she deserved for all her sins would be punishment. But she's not. She's receiving pardon for her sins. And she's receiving it in Dublin. So I'm going to give you not a conclusion, but I'm going to give you some actually some very similar things, but this is when you hit that word double in scripture. Now, if you look at the song rock of ages, it says, for sin, the double cure. That actually comes out of this. And you start reading commentary and thoughts on that. And that double cure a concept comes from first off, the sins are forgiven. Our sins are forgiven through Christ, okay? So we have sinned. That's a shock to anybody. When you talk about that, you have seen. And that sin is forgiven in Christ. But that doesn't help you because you're still a Senate. The double cure is your sins are forgiven and your heart has changed. Okay? So now you are not bound to that sink. If you're a sin was for giving up to this day, you're going to send

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"j. hope" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

Evangelism on SermonAudio

08:18 min | 2 months ago

"j. hope" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

"All right, so Dan asked me to breach several weeks ago. And give you a little background on the ground. So usually the outside preachers are going through the Somme. And the next song is psalm 38, which Brian read for us. And so I spent about a week probably in psalm 38 looking at that. And it's a bleak. Passage to say the least. You know, I was struggling getting excited about it. And but I was going to do it because all of scripture should be preached. And we are blessed with elders and others who preacher that are willing to preach all of scripture, no matter how hard it is. And so I was diving into this and I got to admit, I wasn't excited. Do you ever listen to the preachers that bring lots of good news, happy thoughts, and they skip the other stuff? I could easily be that. That would be my band. But Dan threw me a bone. A week later, he comes to me and he says, hey, how about Isaiah 40? Would you do that? And I look at Isaiah 40 and I'm like, yeah, I can do Isaiah 40 because not only did he throw me a bone, but threw me a bone that had a lot of meat on it, okay? Easy meat, okay? This is actually a bone that is probably still in the cow. It is so much neat on this Isaiah 41. So I went from looking at stuff like your arrows, pierces me deeply in your hand presses me down to comfort, yes, comfort my people, okay? So there's the heart of my message coming to you. This is where I'm at. And so. I wanted to give you that little bit of background. So you could understand how joyful this message is. So with that, well, let's go to the lord and prayer. Heavenly father. Lord. Your word is so rich. Lord every piece of it. Lord, let us look at these words. From Isaiah, lord you gave to the prophet, the lord, you've given to us lord not as a history lesson, but lord, as an understanding and a revelation of who you are. Lord, let our hearts take these words. Lord and not turn them into some action that we can be proud of, but lord that the spirit would work in a lord that we would turn them into your glory lord that we would see your glory shine through them because that is their purpose. That is their true meaning. A God who is so far above us. And yet lets us come and sit with him and worship him or thank you for that as this message comes lord, let it truly be you. In Christ's name amen. Hit a little bit of background in Isaiah. And at this point, I kind of feel like, for those of you who have been here for a while and done a Wednesday night with us for how long were we in Isaiah. I feel like I should just say Justin, can you recap Isaiah for us? And I bet he could do it. So Isaiah is it's not exciting for a matter of fact. Of psalm 38. Chapters one through 39, okay? It's somewhat of a bleak thing. I mean, just to start out and Isaiah, chapter one, just starting the vision of Isaiah, the son of Amos, which you saw concerning Judah and Jerusalem in the days of esia, jotham ahaz, and hezekiah kings of Judah. Hero heavens and give eero earth for the lord has spoken. I have nourished and brought up children, and they have rebelled against me. The ox knows its owner and the donkey it's master's crib, but Israel does not know my people do not consider. Alas inflammation. A people laden with iniquity, a brood of evildoers, children who are corruptors. They have forsaken the lord. They have provoked anger the holy one of Israel. They have turned away backward. So this is the flavor of Isaiah. Most of the way through Isaiah up until. Chapter really about chapter 35. It starts, there's still some bleak coming, but up to 39. So in chapter 6, I got to tell you, I associated well with Isaiah in chapter 6, Isaiah gives his account of his calling to be the prophet and chapter 6. See, he recognizes he's in the presence of the lord, just okay, so every once in a while, my Sherman study feels a little bit like a pinball machine. You throw the ball up there and it bounces around a little while until you get to settle back down, okay? So every once in a while, I'm going to bounce. So right now I'm going to bounce. I'll try to warn you, but I can't promise. So I'm going to bounce. So in the song, beautiful tune Al should die. We sing it occasionally. Some people pick it quite frequently. And the song L should die. It talks uses the word add a 9. And when Isaiah inverse one of chapter 6 says he is in the presence of the lord. That's the word adenine. Now, the significance there is ad and I is translated as O lord. And what that means, so we have almighty. We have so many names for God, but Adam and I is O lord. So that is a term that comes out from us to him recognizing his sovereignty. We would say O lord because he had sovereign over us. We would recognize his lordship. And so that's Isaiah right here. Isaiah says he is in the presence of the lord at an eye. So he's recognizing God sovereignty and his lordship. Then he gets to hear the Sarah from choir. He recognizes his unworthiness in that, says his lips are unclean, but then a live coal is put on his lips, and it is told him that his iniquity is taken away and his sin is purged. Okay? Then God asks, who will go for us? And Isaiah see volunteers. She says, here I am. Sin me. And then God gives him this message. Keep on hearing. This is the message that he, the start of the message he is to bring to Israel at this point. So, okay, I'm going to go now, God says here is your message to Israel. Keep on hearing, but do not understand. Keep on seeing, but do not perceive. Make the heart of his people dull and their ears heavy and shut their eyes lest they see with their eyes and hear what their ears and understand what their heart and return and be healed. So he is actually giving a message of Israel's got a hard and hard and you can go tell him they've got a hardened heart. And so his message to them is they've got a hardened heart. So that is going to take us this message of a hardened heart and judgment to come and judgment that's at their doorstep and we see that judgment up until.

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"j. hope" Discussed on Sunday Sermons

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05:31 min | 2 months ago

"j. hope" Discussed on Sunday Sermons

"Turned to heaven and spoken into the night and see the darkness the love and tore through the shadows the sun is in a working spirit the end is. Jesus Christ my little feeling. And who could ask you so great to see what heart could find such boundless screams the God of ages sent down from glory to where my sin and their mind is shame the cross a sport and I am forgiven the king of kings calls me. For saying I'm yours forever but Jesus Christ my little feeling. And heart you praise the one you sent me free Holly new York death as the script for me you and the broken every chance there's still a chance Jesus Christ might appear. And then came through more fancy the promise you'll be buried by begin to breathe and now I. Feel good. Deep in the day and I still play my. Life. That's sealed upon me you'll be buried. Begin to breathe and out of the sun and there are. Deeper graves and there's no place. And chases yours is the best. Place to hold a city free Holly you and me yeah take this crippled you and broke each 7 days Jesus Christ my fear. And Jesus Christ my lips. Jesus Christ let it feel. Wait a minute. God we do thank you for Jesus. We thank you that as we move into this season our focus can be the hope, the peace,

"j. hope" Discussed on Sunday Sermons

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13:42 min | 2 months ago

"j. hope" Discussed on Sunday Sermons

"Any Spanish speakers in the audience today? Be bold, raise it up high. Because you're now being, I'm signing you up. So we are praying about and entertaining the idea of God will continue to move in this way of starting a Christian camp in Colombia. So there's not one like this anywhere in Colombia. And so we had the privilege to spend some time with a couple from Columbia and take them through mount hermon, and then also through Hume Lake, began to pray over and discuss what it would look like to start a Christian camp there. And so our church may have the opportunity to participate in that in the future. So I'm warning you. Get ready. If you don't know Spanish yet, pick up a little deal and start to learn, right? Because we're going to have some fun. We're going to go purposely around the world, not just in our own community, but around the world to share the hope of Jesus. And we first today, we want to be solidified in that hope. We want to be reminded of the hope that God has established for us. And then we want to walk in that hope. We want to experience it today. So we are in the Christmas season. Are you guys ready for Christmas? Everything's purchased wrapped. No? You're still time. But this is one of my favorite times of the year as we move through our Christmas season and then move into the new year. So as we do that, we're going to walk through our annual advent journey as a church. And just before anybody corrects me and stuff, I know that advent started last week. So you don't have to remind me of that. We marched to our own beat right here, right? At Clovis Christian, we do our own thing. So we wanted to finish out last month, our mission's focus. And so we're starting advent today. And we're going to walk through the candles of the advent wreath, which are hope, joy, peace, and love over the next weeks together. The center candle represents the Christ candle. And we're going to move through these theme candles with the lens of Salvation history. Which means that we're going to look back to the Old Testament to see the fullness of the plan of God to redeem us through Jesus Christ in the New Testament. The title of our messages will be hope established. That's today. Next week, joy revealed, then peace provided, then love accomplished. Love accomplished will be our Christmas Eve service on Saturday the 24th. And you know that Christmas morning is actually Sunday morning, right? Anyone aware of that? You're going to decide right now where you're going to be on Christmas morning. We're going to help you with that decision. Christmas morning, we're only going to have two services. We're going to jam into two. But they're going to be the latter two. We're going to meet at 10 o'clock and 1130 because we want you to spend time together as a family in the morning. So get up early. Spend some precious time together as a family. And then there's still time to come either at ten or 1130 to share with our family together as well. I think that Christmas Sunday should be a priority for us to gather if we can. So we're going to begin our advent journey today. The word advent means coming or arrival. And the focus of the entire season of this cell is the celebration of the birth of Jesus, the Christ, in his first advent, in his birth, and his first arrival are coming. It's also the anticipation of the return of Christ in his second advent. So the focus of advent really is more than just simply looking back to remember a 2000 year old event in history, it's celebrating a truth about God, that in Christ, we have been reconciled to God. Our Salvation, as you know, didn't begin with the birth of Christ. Our foundation of Salvation was established long before Christ's birth. And that's what we're going to be looking at this morning. This is a spiritual journey that was established by God, and it's an exciting journey. It's one that we get to participate in right now because the kingdom has come in Christ. And it's a journey that we look forward to participating in and it's fullness as we anticipate the second coming of Christ. And I hope that what we learn today from the word of God will give us an even deeper confidence as we anticipate the second coming of Christ. And as we live in our world right now with boldness, offering a hope that the world can not get a grasp of outside of relationship with Jesus. So today I'm going to light the hope candle, and at least on this morning, I'm going to wait to light that candle. We may not do this every week, but I'm going to wait to light the hope candle until the close of our service because it's going to be a time of response. And it fits into the flow of the message. I just feel like that will be significant for us to focus on that at that point. Our hope was established by God, and the means by which he has established our hope is by way of covenant relationship. And we're going to walk in that understanding of what is a covenant relationship. What is covenant actually mean as we look at the fullness of the word of God. So we're going to look at 5 Old Testament covenants to better understand our hope. And then we're going to end with one New Testament covenant that we've entered into in our relationship and experience of hope in Jesus. So I want to take just a moment to share with you the purpose of a covenant. And the distinction between a covenant and a contract because a covenant in scripture goes much deeper, it has a much deeper significance than a contract or just a simple agreement. It's not just a promises made with one another. There's something much more that accompanies this. According to Scott Han and Alexa Bible dictionary, contracts and covenants differ in a variety of ways. In terms of initiation, contracts are made by the exchange of promises, whereas covenants are sworn by solemn oaths. In the application, contracts are limited by the terms of exchange of the exchange of property. Meaning this is yours and that's mine. While covenants involve not just the exchange of property, but an exchange of life, I am yours and you are mine. You know, that's what makes the covenant of marriage such a God honoring thing today. We enter into when we enter into marriage, we don't just enter into some promises that are made, it's just not the coming together of property, we're not just trying to be more efficient in life and like our resources, we're entering into the covenant relationship. And instead of just property and exchange of promises, it's actually an exchange of life to become one flesh, this exchange of life covers virtually an unlimited range of human relations and duties. In terms of motivation, contracts are based on profit and self interest, whereas covenants call for self giving loyalty and sacrificial love. Contracts are temporary, while covenant bonds are permanent. As we look at covenants in the Old Testament, we're going to see that as it relates to the people of God, covenants were always wholly. And they most always required the shedding of blood. Either the blood of an animal where the animal was then sacrificed and maybe a meal was shared together to confirm that or in some cases the sacrificial animals were cut in half and separated apart from one another, and then the two parties making the covenant would walk in between those portions of the animals. And as they would go through, they would say, May it happen to us as it has with these animals if we break this covenant. That is a serious commitment right there, right? That's the weight of the covenant over just a simple agreement or a promise made. This morning I want to walk through an overview of Salvation history through the blessing of God ordained divine covenants. And this began in genesis and it continued all through the Old Testament, leading to the ultimate covenant experience today that, through the redeeming work of Jesus, we get to walk in. In this overview, we're going to see how our hope was established, our hope was sustained and our hope is experienced. Those are your three points a day. You can fill in an early and relax. Or fill in whatever else you want around those things. But that's what we're going to walk. I wanted to give you the whole purpose of our journey today. So you know where we're going. I want to begin with Jeremiah 31. We'll read a fair amount of scripture today, but Jeremiah 31 kind of sets the stage for the idea of covenants. Here, the scripture says, behold, the days are coming, declares the lord. When I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel and the house of Judah, not like the covenant that I made with their fathers on the day when I took them by the hand to bring them out of the land of Egypt. My covenant that they broke. Though I was their husband, you see, like when we go through this, pay attention to the covenant type language. Already, we're getting examples of the covenant of marriage, worked out in relationship to God. First 33, for this is the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel after those days declares the lord. I will put my law within them. I will write it on their hearts and listen closely to this last portion here. And I will be their God, and they shall be my people. I am yours and you are mine. That's a covenant relation. It's not like that's my stuff, and this is your stuff. I am yours and you are mine. That's what God desires to have with his people with those that he created. The covenant brings us into relationship with God. And it's in relationship with God that we experience hope. Outside of relationship with God, you're on your own as far as it relates to hope, it's your best effort in life within the context of covenant, you are resting on the hope that God has established for you. And that's where I want to stand in my life. So we want to look at the first blessing of hope established. Our hope was established in the opening pages of scripture, genesis chapter two, begin reading in verse 15, the lord God took the man and put him in the Garden of Eden to work it and keep it. And the lord God commanded the man saying you may surely eat of every tree of the garden, but of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, you shall not eat for in the day that you eat of it, you shall surely die. Now I want to highlight some of the circumstances surrounds this, the time, Adam and Eve at this point in time did not have a sin nature. They were perfect. And they were in a perfect environment. They actually walked with God face to face. Imagine that later in the Old Testament, you couldn't even approach the base of the mountain where God was at the top of the mountain without dying. Admin eve actually walked with God. They were in a place where there was no sin nature. There was no sin at this point in them. Not only were they in a place of perfection, but they were in a perfect environment. Nothing around them was dying or growing old or fading away. They would spend time literally walking with God face to face. God's covenant with Adam is called the covenant of works. Because it was based upon perfect obedience. Disobedience was the only thing that could destroy this covenant. And at this time, there weren't 613 laws to be kept as there were later with the Jews. We didn't have 613 laws. How many laws did they have to keep? One. They were given one thing to not do. In a perfect environment in a body that was not dying that didn't know sin, they were given one instruction to follow, do not eat of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. You think they could have held up one thing. I had it seems like tried a little harder. But you know, if had we been in their place, we had a failed just like they did.

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"j. hope" Discussed on Mentally Yours

Mentally Yours

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"j. hope" Discussed on Mentally Yours

"I guess working in mental health for the last sort of decade. You know, unfortunately, I've met a lot of people who, you know, feel like they've just lost hope or you know they've given up it's heartbreaking, some of the things that when you work in mental health, some of the stories that you hear in the individuals that you meet that have lost hope. Yeah, for me, it's just heartbreaking. It's just makes me so sad when you meet people, the families that yeah, I feel like they've just sort of given up. So that's where the idea for the book of hope came from. You know, just to try and inspire people, people that feel like they are lost or hopeless. And I wanted it to be a range of different people, but how they found hope how they overcame adversity because, you know, some people obviously wouldn't be able to relate to my story, which is cool. But hopefully there's someone in the book that everyone will be able to relate to at least. That's why so many people to be in it, because I wanted a real wide range of different backgrounds and stories and ways of finding hope. Everyone's got a different way of overcoming adversity and finding that hope. So yeah, I wanted to have a real range of people within the book. I'm going to put you guys on the spot now because I know that yvette is in the book. So Johnny, why did you want it to be involved? That really inspires me. I met a vet. It was well before COVID. And then before COVID, in person, I think it was actually at the metro offices, wasn't it? When I first came on the podcast and yeah, I just always been inspired by particularly how honest is and vulnerable and particularly on social media it inspires me when I'm going through particularly difficult time. And yeah, just I was so grateful that I agreed to be part of the book. Because I know it's really busy. And she's got so much on. And yeah, for her to take the time. And for her to share, again, vulnerability and what's helped her in terms of difficulty, just really, really appreciated that. So yeah, thank you. Thank you. Are you enjoying hearing the compliments? Well, this is all really lovely. It feels a little bit weird. But thanks. Yeah. I mean, it was just really lovely to be asked and to write about it and I feel like I bang on about bipolar disorder the whole time to everyone. You know, whenever I can. But it was really lovely to be asked to write about it again and yeah, actually it was I was really tough to actually just be included in the book because it's the first book that I've been included in. So to actually have my name and print and sort of wave that in people's faces. I really love these things. How does your story fit into? Because I think it was really interesting Johnny that you chose the kind of theme of hope. Rather than because I feel like there are more mental health books out there now, which is fantastic, but a lot of them focus on just the personal stories or more practical tips. So I thought it was really interesting that you were like, I'm going to focus on hope specifically. How does your story play into that? Wow, I mean, hope has got me through some really difficult times. Whether that be hope that somehow I'm able to find within myself. But then hope that other people give me my Friends, my family, the charity, the work that we do gives me gives me hope. And I just think it's really important to share that particularly after the last gosh, the last kind of two years that we've been experiencing and gosh, you know, it's been so tough and so many people that I've spoken to around me have struggled in some way with them mental health. Understandably. And I just think hope now more than ever is just so so essential and you know things are still difficult. The pandemic's not over, it's still here. We're still we're still battling and yeah, it's a tough list of tough times. And I just, yeah, I just wanted to give people some inspirations and some hope. And I've been very lucky in my life in my experiences to find hope to have hope a difficult times. And I know not everyone has that, you know? So just wanted to share some yeah, I guess some wisdom maybe. I've gained over the years personally. And then if at my question, my question for you was, how does your story play into hope? How does hope play into your story? Yeah, so I think when I was asked to write the piece, I was kind of thinking about one of the darkest times in my life and what I would have found helpful at that point. And I guess it's similar to the reason why we set up mentally yours. You know, the idea that some people out there are really sort of struggling and feeling very alone in terms of mental illness. So for me I've wrote a bit about basically the around the time of my first money cup episode and I wrote about exactly what happened because I thought that would be helpful for people. Either people who've gone through similar things, but also maybe relatives and friends who they see that from the outside and they're just confused by what's happening. But then the piece also then sort of talks about the things that I've gone on to do since then, because for me after having that first manic episode, I really felt like my life was over. And that there was, you know, I couldn't go on to have any kind of normal life. I couldn't go on to have a job and never have relationships. I'd never even have friends and things. And I guess I was quite hopeless then. So for me, it was about trying to show that actually, you know, things aren't suddenly magically brilliant again, and obviously life has its ups and downs and especially with bipolar disorder. That is the case, you know, things do get better, but then they can get a bit harder again and then they can get better again, then they get harder. It's an ongoing thing. But I suppose I was just trying to reach out to anyone who's had that initial really difficult time with their mental health. And so to say, well, you know, I had a really tough time, put things did eventually get better. And they can get better. Yeah, if that's not too cheesy. No, I think that fits in the idea of hope and that there is hope moving forward really ties in quite nicely with beyond which is obviously Johnny and Louisa's charity. The user, can you tell us a little bit about beyond,.

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"j. hope" Discussed on Mentally Yours

Mentally Yours

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"j. hope" Discussed on Mentally Yours

"Said and Eighties nineties independent. Women you know strong independent. I can do anything i can buy. Anything can go anywhere And that's a very well but then when you with them when you have a monica episode in anna suicidal sort of episode is wild you kind of come unstuck. Let's maybe finish up with Tell us about what your hopes are for the hub of hope yet. Well what we're starting to do is we're trying to Wake with others within the the mental health sector particular to create on post and partnerships. So what we're trying to do is say to organizations where we've created the hope of hope so you don't have to work with us wake with or so that we can make that one goto so we're not modine awards things and we just make. It rarely clear for people. If you if you to healthy start here. Undock can be the gateway to your recovery. You can find what is right for you so we've started A number of different signposts and partnerships We've started with some. Nhtsa trusts so we have at the central north west london gestures which is the largest any distrust in london armed. They used before is that officials aren't posted to the dow. They have access to the hope of hopes. They populated all their services on day. Have it embedded into this in points. Access webpage as well What that means is that they are then using that. Populate in shannon i so that's a massive for us in creighton are consistent message. Add dan wagon with order organization. So we have sarah potion partnerships with the likes of The association mental health providers. I if you can share beyond We've got sentimental. Health is signposted partner. verdun stuff way that day. Bauer media group. I'm we've a number of of the people who we've got kind of advanced conversations with a. Don't wanna ching send them by saying it nabu trying to do is to create that consistent message we want everybody instead of just cherry-picking we don't want we don't want people to cherry pick three or four or ten different organization safe struggling goto one of these ten. We want people to say if you're struggling going fine. What is right for you from a list of three thousand. We also want that list to grow when no that is just the tip of the iceberg so as we grow as a team as we start bringing in funding as we stop bring in the the support. We want this to grow surf. You know any services tell them about it tell people about the hope of hope register. Your services let people know that always options for them. And let's trait that consistent. Message that if you are struggling. Here's how you can start to get better.

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"j. hope" Discussed on Mentally Yours

Mentally Yours

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"j. hope" Discussed on Mentally Yours

"Concert with mental health support. I mean first and foremost you know we always say to people's you know to your gp and that's all very well but you know we might find that you can't get a gp appointment for a couple of weeks or might be able to get the long-term supports a couple of months even Longer than a couple of months sometimes so nine there's actually a range of options like you say charities the private sector another support groups. That's eighty hyundai. I mean i think for me the way that it would be in terms of finding stuff around bipolar disorder No i've been doing in the the pocus for awhile. I'm kind of woody familiar with bipolar. You case i'm sort of. I know where to go in terms of that sort of thing. But i think it's a lot harder initially you know maybe before you've had a diagnosis When still trying to work out. What's going on in terms of mental health. If you've been feeling really down if you just eat city suspect that you have some particular longtime condition. But you don't actually know Yeah i mean. I just think it's great that you've got all those options out there. I think just. I'm knowing that there are options out there And it has kind of a range of support is great because we both know that a lot of it is Around feeding less alone network just knowing actually that there's places to go and people to talk to just us itself even if you don't then click on A number old of the website. Yeah now obviously. I think knowing the options at that is just as important as as oxley us and The support services. Because as you know. And as i know i'm we we. Hopefully i'm certainly going through auto experiences. I can understand The different levels and different times when we might need help and support. And i think one of those stages say right. I know where to is. A don't need it right now but i know it is and does a lot of focus over the years on mental health awareness about talking about mental health. About having a conversation ask somebody if they ostro. Glenn if you're worried about somebody. Conversation asked them but then does not ready. Been anthony about what to do once. You have asked them what to do. If somebody does say data struggle and what to do if you certainly as via an unawareness raisin campaign. Suddenly you realize that you are struggling. Want you to weigh. What do you do. And that's the way we tried to commend is to say or you sheet away reach out to find the help and support because to the reality of it. Is that particularly looking at suicide alone of all the people who die by suicide every year on a public this last time we spoke veteran. And it's sad that i'm still saying it now but avoid all the people who die each year of suicide. Almost three quarters of those people are not known to mental health services or have been seen in the previous to the debt. Now that's not okay. Does does does absolutely no excuses. No no reason behind And we know that does a number reason to know that suicide is complex but we know that does threshold really high For some services particularly on. Hsf's as we know waiting lists really high but we also note. That stigma plays a huge part in preventing people asking about the help and support find a help support and access not helping support. So we need to. We need to create a real crystal clear access and to those pathways are of help and support we. We can't afford to suggest. Assume people know we can't afford to to allow the waters to be more by having sat and services listed here certain and services listed that if you're under sixty and goes to this one if you're over go to this one if it's bipolar go to this one this one goes this one. It's just it's it's not fair on people we need to make. This rarely clear pathway to care. Not that's what we're trying to do. And as i said we've we created this from naughton. We created this without funding. I'm i'm we of hot to build it up along the way i'm you know we've taken this from a pilot to something now where we've gone over three and a half thousand services on the hope of hope what we still note. I tony to begin. And but what we have been able to do is to prove that concept and now it's about growth. Now it's about waking or this to say help us make it big a help us find services how was tell people about it and together we can create that massively comprehensive list of all different types of services for everybody so if a charts is listening to this and then not involved with the hub of hope yet What can they do. What what should people be doing to get involved with the hitting will. Anybody can register out. No hope of hope if you're the service so If you go on the hope of hope variety are po you go on hope. Hope dot co dot uk. I'm there will be an option. Netted register service known anybody of regardless of of your structures is an encomienda like that. You can be on the hope of hope. I am registered there. I'm we will go. Through our internal process to approve a organizations. Nobody goes into before out. It's not automatically come through fighters.

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"j. hope" Discussed on The Worst Day of Your Life

The Worst Day of Your Life

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"j. hope" Discussed on The Worst Day of Your Life

"What were your first impressions. When you've lived inside shoots look pushed out from the cardiologist. We had to line up in a single file and selection took place. Now there's a very important information about that word again. Vice select people. Have you ever heard of selecting people. Don't select people select items when we go shopping. That was scored selection will take place by dr mangla Via to line up in front of dr mangula completely undressed anti look us up and down. He made the selection. Just simply looking 'cause up and down and elderly people immediately sent to the left. Young people children young children or to the left even young people who didn't look healthy to the left so for my mom came in front of tanggula. She was only Nine he was looking good term. Tangling chievo sean. To the right side. I was behind her. Came in front of. Dr mangla was a healthy young teenager. I was shown to the right people on the right side. The taken to shed and through terry but on the left side prevented the guests chamber street. Van killed he selected vince. He selected also. Children is beautiful dark eyes and he also selected divorce little people in these voltaire into his laboratory inva- tortured for the sake of science and he called the little people he called the my seven little of slacken a fairy tale and the people on the right side. We've taken to share than they shaved us everywhere very embarrassing indeed of the young teenager. I was modest. That didn't even under in front of anybody else. And then of course vivek even all eggs not be john as number spent in the front and the the back into the shula survey given large very large clocks. Then i talk to students and schools the book. The boy in the striped pajama is given this reading. And they have to make a point to let the people know sedivy no little boys. That book is fiction. If they don't know the tourists they have read books written by historians even that secondhand information because they get the from us or they have to listen to survive us hauge. What a humiliating experience for you and your mother having already senior father taken away and your grandmother and then the two of you with many others going through that. It must have been terrified. Here it was it falls. It was a total shock. And you know is a young person. I couldn't believe in bed people. I still don't as download bet people it doesn't exist. My biggest disappointment was finite. Hit to face people not unle- man devices Justice cruelest their menfolk and they have not seen compassion and deductibles terific disappointment to me because i believe even there must be some good people but the that stage ables disappointment in the camp there was obviously sickness. There was a lack of food. You described innumerable quebec cooking verbally in terms of promising to beautiful cakes. If you solve that sort of thing tell me about that. You know we had nothing to eat. And hunger takes over in fantasizing and this for three devils. No other topic to talk about if you had no contact just outside. We had no information how divorce proceeded. Nobody talk to us. There was no radio. No newspapers nothing. So what we had false only our own discussions or the topic to discuss and davor cooking recipes verbally and the android did. Did you think you would never leave now. I never thought about not not only not leaving. Our sheets are never sought of not being able to continue and hope for the good result. Of course it was terrible disappointment in the end but we never gave up hope. They're only support. We gave each other was moral support. Which my mom gave me. And i gave to her but you know it was a unique situation too because there are no mothers with children in chile that rbis martyrs you. So you didn't give up. Hope was damage. Though this this is some signatures human nature and it's very important to talk to young people today. Who don't want to fight for anything because it's everything's sang smoothness. Relieving perez is given to us you know and it's important not to give up hope because he of situations have to be accepted which i consider normally normal situation. I don't look through. Rose colored glasses to take whatever comes to know and sometimes it turns out good sometimes not so good but to overcome situations. Then you're young to have sought the fighting spirit with very grateful to olga harake for her time and memories. The next episode of the worst. I of your life is part during credible story. It can help people have paid themselves and paid this dangerous hatred brought on these tragedies which should tap mcginn always book auschwitz to australia. A holocaust survivor's memoir is available at all good bookstores if you'd like to know more go to sydney jewish museum dot com dot a u. If anything in this episode is rice concerns for you. Help is available by calling lifeline on thirteen eleven fourteen. Thanks to creator and director matt clark executive producer. Katie jackson unladen. Daniel join us for the next episode of the worst your.

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"j. hope" Discussed on The Worst Day of Your Life

The Worst Day of Your Life

11:23 min | 1 year ago

"j. hope" Discussed on The Worst Day of Your Life

"Or affected before for bureau. Call in line thirty. You have probably heard about to sudetenland. Travels annex to germany in debt was due to the wonderful approach which i kohler cynically now by mr chamberlain from great britain and mr delegation from france. They approached hitler in offer. Actually a part of the land rituals dares to be annexed to germany because in sudeten the people who've done the for check back towards but we spoke different languages in these people spoke german so it was for them in offer in the course. Hitler accepted because he need late. Saddam as they called it. You know space leaving spills and of course. The part vitrolles left slovakia. It was created as a puppet gotham in self governing puppet republic and the head of the state was a catholic priest who was the president who was a staunch anticipate wrought and he immediately hit the pact hitler and accepted or the nazi loss betra- severe known begged loss and the population not only jewish population but genet. The population was shocked. But due to the mass hysteria the took over in the jewish population was immediately much effected. Van voor broke out in nineteen certain and the jewish population was immediately punished. But ever starved into stan. Very abuse in the streets was dame sugars. I couldn't go to school anymore. I was deprived or the freedom and that happened to know. Gradually or these terrible loss were immediately exercise from one day to the next and i had the sister who was in nineteen forty two sixteen years or diversey year young levels low introduced that over sixteen years ort jewish girls and jewish boys who are single not married will be collected and taking away now festival in never heard of collecting people. Have you ever heard of collecting people what we collect things you collect. Art recall items. No people that vilson you've in those costs to have a collecting people. You need to have collection camps. Even that was in you think mice was that the last time you saw us yes. My sister was only list of course vivid home behind closed doors after the sunset that the gods came to our house the head the list of names my sis us name was on the list they collect turn the next morning can never so again so that was the first horrible sink happening. Oh loyal citizens. So what did you family do that. Our festival oh. My father was von the loyal gentleman he had the very good friend told they grew up together. Who was at that time. A member in government until service to my father. My dear friend. If you ever need some sync come to me. We'll talk things over. My father never needed any favors. He was proud gentlemen said before that was the only time when he approached the so called. Good friend and tibet said. Please help me. My child was taken avai. That man like many others turned around and left. Timpson dicon do anything for you. My father came home. He was heartbroken. So the only thing to protect me from being list shortly after vaas to escape situation which was terrible and he hide due to different connections drills important he hide the men who took us across the border illegally into hungary hungary was not occupied that that time yet but of course it was a horrible dancer. Hit node documents. We've not league-low tourists visiting. We have no passports not seeing so via arrived. walking doing denies through dangerous crossings. Envy arrived in hungary and devils no possibility to get any help anybody. We had to be secretive. Of course and every three days we had to change they. Because you had to register each we couldn't and it was extremely difficult. After many months air it started in hungary and we had to go into shelters was very very dangerous. My father decided to get on his returning back home. He said maybe it will be easier to these situations on homeland and he had the man again and he was very vaud into volk. Beck and vera. I've vic at home but our whole nba's occupied by strangers absolutely occupied every rule. So what did you do. What did we do by coincidence. My mother had very good friend. Who was our next door neighbor if pharmacist. She had her family next door to us and she had two apartments what she had behind her business which was quite nice and the other an she hidden a different building so vinci new hit nowhere to go. She hit her business next door. They're our house and she offered us the hiding place in her apartment falls vonda through trust not expected and she came and gave us the key and she. If you need anything. I'll be the contact real wonderful news. Two weeks later the good lay the hose a good friend wonderful summary. Ten cam in the morning. Kimbro the gods and denounced us so you betrayed the betrayed. Not only by her. We've betrayed by mankind all over the because nobody us have our neighbors disappear to waited the gods take you. There was the truck. Think in the street and they took us to a collection. Camp here comes the collection. The collection kemps for not established in the city or visit in a small nearby village. Very primitive barracks established near the railway line or is and how long did you stay the about two weeks. It became overcrowded dinner time. They brought people. They're collecting people from all ova the it was overcrowded. The deep to cuss out from the barracks. I was still with my parents. And they provoked bus to railway line in Kettle carriages fating for us. Get the carriages are not to transport people. It's to transport animals. Did you know that it kettle carriage has a certain size in deregulations days. An international law which permits you to transport eight horses. Or eight calls in vaughn carriage now eight horses so it costs Equal to forty people lever pushed in honda. Sometimes even many more the vevey the inside is beyond description just fell over each other devils not even a room to sit down. And did you know auger where you were being taken to know. If you hit absolutely no information you know people like my sister. Who was deported. Collected and taken to auschwitz. These young people are actually building with the hence the horrible camp. Now you know auschwitz was not conceived in heaven by god auschwitz falls plant and manned by people for people now are schmitz is a city in portland. You can sit on any map that people leave before the war during the war. They do live there now auschwitz. The camp was established near the doorsteps. So it's impossible to deny effec- not having known about people who've taken to our streets could never send a message out from the place. They didn't last very long. When you arrived. Your father and grandmother would take them arrival. Yeah we've pushed out. Envy is after two days in the catches. Maybe two and a half. We had no nothing devos. No air now. Things two buckets von for personal needs rituals useless for vote which was also useless than they opened up. Because the catechists van bought it from the outside in vendor carriages. I call it. The transport with the human cargo stopped the embroiled in foot. We saw the ss cots. Waiting for us is dogs. They're just pushed us out in immediately. Men separated from women and ords elderly people. So that's why my father was with his mother. Elderly lady assume. I found the full delivery last time. Then and the has definitely to anticipates children. Did you know having lost your sister the way you did. Did you feel wrought the in. It's the last time i've gotta say my father. Vive vive months till till today. But turnover did not believe ever to see anybody again because for every state with my mom she always us other people. Have you.

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"j. hope" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk

If These Ovaries Could Talk

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"j. hope" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk

"A break but then when we came back we decided to pick a different bank and another donor k. You're like you've been through all the banks in the country right. have this one. He was a student and a coin collector. Which is an interesting hobby. But i was actually attracted to back so as he must be so good at saving the class cleaned this is great sperm to that kind of spoke to me so i was great yay this time though they switched it up and we still did medicated. But we did it with An ultrasound and a trigger shot in my heart. I kept thinking we're like we're missing it. I'm so old right. So maybe i'm ovulating turn times or you're not that old cattle. Yes the seventh time. We got pregnant and it was exciting. We later miscarried. And so he had to learn to deal with that. No it's okay like it was quick and it was one of those opportunities. Where if we were a straight couple. I probably would not have known that i was even pregnant but it was a it was a gut blow for sure. Yeah i. I don't think we were as upset just because i think we really. Oh wait you can do. You can't pregnant and that was just really optimistic for us to be feeling that after adding try right after just absolutely nothing. So yeah that makes sense. So then we went. Okay well aid is great. Let's go for the strike agree. Aid is great. We got pregnant again. So we're like this donor is it. He user the coin. The coin collecting all my hand. We you know all the numbers. We're looking good. I had coin. Yeah and you know. The the h h cg pregnancy. My when we compare it to the first time was pregnant to the second it was like. Oh my god you know my ass. Zongol air dumbs pregnant twins. And she's like get out of here. We're not pregnant with twins. And i was like i know are twins a google says google summer. Ross google's always ready. Yes it was not going to light. Casio's we we had gotten pregnant with twins that are eight because it's only a ten percent chance and like cool drop in multiple eggs. I mean yeah exactly and we knew that there were two mature follicles. because we had ultrasounds. But i'm like there's no way so twins elated. I meeting over the move but of course you know that last miscarriages still in the back of our minds so we're pretty cautious about when we were going to tell people or or anything of that nature. it was really exciting. We always wanted one. We intended to have one child but then as soon as we got pregnant with twins beer. Like this is meant appealing. We're meant to have to right. So that's kind of how our perspective shifted. He didn't even know. We wanted twins until we heard the word twins. And then that's all we can think about is happening to love for sure so i would say everything went as would be expected for a pregnancy or even a twin pregnancy And we made our announcement. When do we make our announcement we we were going to disneyworld and as you know as as we do twins. Yeah i mean so at her anatomy scan at eighteen weeks. Real like okay. We'll find out you know the sex of the babies and then we'll go. We'll do this. Like really q- pregnancy announcement. Because you know we'll let people know that we're having to so Guess our anatomy scan was not anything like we expect like when you go to an anatomy skin. I was literally expecting like the television. Like it's a boy. It's two girls. It was not like that at all. And it was kinda just like okay and doing the measuring and all that stuff and then doctor came in and he he was like well. We can't get good measurements on the one but the other one seems okay. It was just very cold and kurt and then just walked out of the room. And we're like well a boy. Is it a. We didn't even really know what it was. I had that knit test. That blood test that tells you could tell you if you're having a boy or a girl and it came back that there was because they contest the blood and how i mean. Scientists incredible they were credit. Yeah they were able to tell me. There was male the male chromosome present in my blood so we knew we were having at least one boy but yeah it couldn't tell a boy or a girl so then anatomy scan. The one baby was fine. The other baby wasn't they thought it was the okay. Baby was the girl but we weren't sure so we went to disney. Like okay think things are okay. We rent feel great So we decided it must be a girl that's what will announce out that we really did. Go with that and it was. Yeah it was definitely not a feel good. We felt so ill to our summers after our anatomy. Scan that the second we laugh we messaged aaron's actual ob to say like hey. Could you look in this smart that you did. I don't know that i would think to do that right. And he got back to us pretty quickly and he said yeah. I looked at it. So i think we have that like okay. Yeah you know. We were a little calm. So we went to disney. We had fun. We came home and then when we get scammed. Twenty to scan when you're pregnant with twins they scan you all the time so that was nice. Yes we have a twenty to expand with the high risk Obi obi and that's kind of where things just instantly went south for us With the twins we found out that twin. A the boy had low amniotic fluid and that would cause. We weren't sure if as long as we're gonna be developed appropriately because that's usually done around eighteen weeks so when they went in to reference the eighteen week ultrasound which was the anatomy scan for us. I guess the doctor did not measure the amniotic fluid. So we had. I know how you can fuck that up. I have no idea that happy. Yeah yes couldn't even compare like. Is this something that just happened. Is this something. That's always been there so it was a crap shoot literally could be fine. He could not be fine. We had no idea what what you had to stay with that we did. And we're like well we haven't set with us until these babies are born and we will see so kind of gave us an opportunity to think about our children and what we would do in the in the unfortunate event that we had to make a decision or what when both of our children's lives be like what would babe who is our daughter. What would happen if she was fine. And he wasn't or all listing so we had a sit with that and we're only twenty two.

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"j. hope" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

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05:40 min | 1 year ago

"j. hope" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

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"j. hope" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

The Agostinho Zinga Show

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"j. hope" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

"For life beyond june. The twenty first is extremely exciting birther. Dj's the artists people were behind the scenes. Everybody wants to work and become self sufficient again. Is this funny guy. I guess the use guy don't give mornings five. You're gonna love experience knowledge in history in the dance music scene because he got a couple of ballrooms and back today but just hilarious to see the lineup of the playing and he inserted himself in there. You know when. You're a promoter. Usually kind of well. When i was a promoted when i was doing it for a long time. If you being promote was a great case of book to write so you kind of on your nice and he wrote a play these places that you put off to build a playoff sheriff of name but it also you get a chance to kind of stand next to people that you want to be on the level level. You're supposed to be like you get to be in the mix and stuff in your hoping nights people come to see. The big person might see you play. That might keep you. Mo- increased exposure you up the ranks blow standard thing. But usually when. When i was doing and i said at the time the trend was to kind of. Because you didn't have much money and you want to pay the headliner quite decently and your friends you to make sure that you just play the opening set so you play as much as you can in the beginning and then the peak hours will give to the guests and that was in and you spent most of the time making sure everything's okay. There's no fires. And because i'll be by the w whenever kind of arrived at the party anyway so you could turn into promote a guy. Mitchell people in was gonna drink tokens the us shit. But you don't you don't have a chance to play at the peak hours. Because so the big aisa but his usage guy for the circus ping himself right in between so he played. I think he introduced bless madonna onto the stage after energy and then he played after bless madonna and then he played before span var. So the kind of welcome bless madonna stage. Dj and then you chance to den delap hyperion success and then when she finished you chunk to kind of do the whole copy next turned black under guy. I did this thing and you got a chance to introduce phone vase. There's like a really a bit corny to be fair. i'm not going to be bit cringe by respect the hustle driving if you wonder is often an amongst the no i'm standing in between these two guys. This is where i am is really interesting. After.

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