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"jakes" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:00 min | 6 d ago

"jakes" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"On the people stationed V 103. And this morning, I'm calling off the daughter of Bishop T. D. Jakes her day, Miss Sarah Jakes. Sara When you became pregnant at the age of 14. How did the members of the Potter's house church in Dallas, Texas, handle that on? There was a little bit of everything I was a lady actually sent me a blanket and told me that because I have my son out of wedlock, that he was going to pass away and that she sent me this blankets to bury my son. And then there's someone else who's praying for you. And so you're battling in your mind with all of these different ideas of who people think you are and what your future should look like. But I believe that there was more prayer than hurt. And so we tried to really thrive on that. And my father tried to protect this firm and as much as he could. Okay, now, there are a lot of young people who listen to my program on Sunday mornings. Before you leave this day. Give them a positive message from Sarah Jakes. Oh, goodness, I I will say that as a young person finding God in your life begins. Not just in a pew at church that it is a conscious decision to bring him into every day of our lives, and that the God and the grace that we receive through worship on Sunday is to really encourage that curiosity throughout the week. And so as we face are different challenges, young people and millennials and this generation were having faith. It's difficult to really remain steadfast in searching for him. And that's Sarah Jakes on the People Station V. 103 tune in and turn up with the Morning culture with Big Tigger Tonin and turn up the people Stations. One ovary. Lisa definitely congratulate you to be back on in the morning. Only without time, man all the way from, you know, I'm saying when you were down, doing your thing, and you can put it on for the culture, and I appreciate you have miss Stacey Ables. Good morning. Good morning. Thank you so much ravening culture..

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Sarah Jakes Roberts Talks Black Lives Matter, Voting, and Preaching During A Pandemic

On One with Angela Rye

06:01 min | Last month

Sarah Jakes Roberts Talks Black Lives Matter, Voting, and Preaching During A Pandemic

"Roberts with the. Fresh. Face. Ma'am. Thank you so much for doing my on one masterclass. I wanted you to teach me out of Bray. Breeds how to be when he? When you're in your? I've seen with my own I girl no. Not How you. Down the whole house and rebuild us again. This is not at all I think but. My team was like. You're not. Asia is ask her about how can have hope At. least try. And then maybe she can teach you. How to how to pray to but the main thing I want to do is just connect with the tax you the other day and I was just like. This you. I. One before this life bound now. One. Man I don't know either hope is soon at least I get to see you today though. Yeah. Yeah I don't know. What do you say to the people? Are Feeling overwhelmed by the not knowingness of it. All right like there are people who have decisions to make economically. there are those among us I think as well, maybe not especially in our community, but I relate to those who are in our community, the most who are used to go onto the church house warning and can't they shouldn't be. y'all have been wise about bad or other shepherds. Car Them we have not been so wise. But what do you say the folks who are? In fear about not knowing. Yeah. Unknown Gary For us all whether we are in or not. Certainly heightened, you know the whole world isn't will state of annulling I think for me when I have those moments of uncertainty. It really down to knowing what I know for today riots I even the model prayer Jesus give us this day our daily bread, and sometimes we don't know what tomorrow's GonNa look like or even six months Armagh grow. But right now who Note that engrossing sometimes boils down to like what what about all I don't know. They're not gonna be able to Netflix. A roof over at hid in when we live in the moment and the pharmacists. Creativity and opportunities that help us to prepare better for tomorrow I. Think the thief that anxiety it blinds is so much from the possibilities of what exists in this small work while something that hasn't happened yet or may not happen at all. So as much as I can I try to make myself be president. One of the things I just thought about this is more shading question are meltdown. Here is my shady question but in addition to. The people may not know there are there are those among us Who they know it all in one thing that comes to mind Sarah like. I watch this clip so many times because I just can't believe it so Kenneth Kenneth, Copeland had this moment where I guess these rebuke. I grew up in charge like in a Lotta ways like peers, a baptist, a Catholic moms the Catholic. In I started going cold you charge when I was sixteen. So get it. We a lot of stuff in the church this man for a respiratory illness. Rebukes Corona virus by blowing right into my like this. Like spit flying everywhere and I just have to know like. Have you seen versus viruses D. Donald talking about. How to be in this I on and? I don't want to be in this. This is what I will say I think even down to people who are still having church, right? In your point my husband ahead of our campuses really made a decision to not. You know us what we know could be God's provision when we could use our wisdom in state and into really preserve those moments when we need God for when we need God and to activate the ability that we have to make wise decisions. However to your point, there have been a lot of pastors who felt they had a different unction from God's to. Do handle things differently and I think part of one of the things that I've really been intentional about trying to do especially when it comes to the body of Christ, is even when I don't understand how someone spaeth may be functioning toward them is to not make a judgment about it. I, mean, a Kenneth Copeland has been ministry longer than I have been alive in a he's got he he has a relationship with God that made him. You know prophesy in act out in a way that some of us may not understand but I'm just really careful about making sure that I don't Mike anyone else's faith even if I don't understand it and that's not just for the Kingdom I think that as we seek to really have better interfaith relationship that though I may not understand the Muslims walk, I may not understand you know, Judaism fully, I may not understand Hinduism but to. Not. Make a judgment on things. I don't understand and to ask that he would continue to give them a method. We make a grave mistake when we make fun of things we should be praying about if we really think that there's something there that is all that is leading people down a path that God will give the leader with them in those following them with some so that we are intentional about not creating more division. That's me.

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"jakes" Discussed on Back to Biz with Katie and Boz

Back to Biz with Katie and Boz

06:45 min | 4 months ago

"jakes" Discussed on Back to Biz with Katie and Boz

"We had a very different episode plan for this week. We're going to talk about the future of education specifically college education with the president of Wesleyan where both went to college, and the president of Yuba were I went to college, but we couldn't stand by and watch what was transpiring in cities, all across the country, following the brutal killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis without addressing this issue does. Yes it's all compounded. The killings of Brianna Taylor and Ahmad Aubrey. They've all fired up a need in this country for not just conversation, but action and I think it's the right thing for us to also act in getting a nation with to really influential people who have a lot to say about this very moment time, and you can help us to not just understand what is happening begins the history of what has happened and also help us feel hopeful. Hopeful for the future, so we decided to invite Bishop TV Jake's on the show. He's just an extraordinary man, a good friend of yours bows and someone. I've interviewed through the years. How do you know Bishop Jakes Bishop? JAKES is legendary. You know his words from the House are ones that not only I listen to, but my mother listened to I. Don't think the Sunday goes by without hearing bishop. jakes booming voice in our home. But also I had him at my house in January. We held the dinner. With Hillary Clinton for vital voices, and he came and gave a beautiful prayer at the. And I, decided then, and there we should be best friends, and so I'm enforcing that now by calling in this favor. And also. Who I had not met until today, and she was quite extraordinary again. She's a friend of yours. All roads lead to bose by the way, but tell us have you know Opel. Opel I've always been impressed by from afar until a few years ago. When I met her in person she had been one of the CO founders as you said of black lives matter, an organization started seven years ago, but we are both of west African descent. She is Nigerian Ghanaian and we find ourselves in many of the same conversations, and now part of the same group. We call ourselves the west African voltron waves for short, and so there's a group of about seventeen of us who all hail from different parts of West Africa and we have conversations around so many. Many, things but Opel certainly has a powerful voice in this space, and it just made sense that if she's my sister in the group, then we might as well also invite to hear her voice in public. Well, the conversation was amazing, and we began by this really asking people to share how they were feeling after this very trying upsetting disturbing week, and Bishop Jake said he had never cried so hard for someone he didn't know and began by sharing with us where his head and hard are right now. The role Barberi torture. Relentless UNMERCIFUL behavior of it all was overwhelming. To see that view that in to understand that. There but for a camera. A PHONE CAMERA! We would never have gotten the truth about what happened. Truth is still being challenged by every. Legal trick imaginable. But somehow in a way when I heard George Floyd on the ground, screaming for his deceased mother. And saying I can't breathe a thought. He became emblematic of. An oppressed, society. That cannot breathe economically associated educationally so many areas were. the oxygen that would cause a underserved communities to serve has been with hail and We've been pressed down on some more than others, but we've been pressed down on in a way that He becomes an emblem. Of A of a group of people that are suffering, and it's not just by this Brown's. It's it's a poor whites. It's Middle America. It's so many people now that fit within that context of of not having access. To the Oxygen Opportunity Yes, yes, yes, I mean data says it's so poetically in fact. I have felt very much the same. This idea of or this image of being suffocated. A system that is not built to allow you to flourish, or even simply to live is what is probably most. viscerally felt. Right now although it happens again and again and again OPAL, we know they, of course you've also been in the conversation for quite some time. Having founded co founded black lives matter. What are your thoughts? How are you feeling currently? To be honest. I'm feeling really deeply paying. I am grieving for people I am scared about what the future holds. And I know that that is what so many of our siblings across the country are experiencing this moment. I feel similar to what you will, both just staring just witnessing. Another life being taken in front of you. For everybody to see in broad daylight in such A. Are Barrick. And unconscionable manner. My is so deeply disturbing. is so deeply disturbing and I. I'm sad for us. This continues to happen. It's been happening for generations, so we know we didn't get to this moment overnights. We know that there's a buildup. We know that it's been seven years since black lives, matter was first.

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Suffering Is Part of the Journey

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

07:17 min | 4 months ago

Suffering Is Part of the Journey

"I want the world to know that when I am in my own personal crisis or when I feel like I am questioning whatever is going on in my life. You are one of the first people I call and particularly now that my is gone. You've been such a solace in bomb for me in in difficult times and I'm wondering pastor Bishop Td. Jakes what's giving you strengthen? This moment you know I have of resilient faith in God and in humanity and that has kind of steered my compass through tough days and tough times and then I realized that everything comes as a schoolmaster teach a lesson and I wanted to believe to. Isn't all life experience here to show us who we are absolutely absolutely enter bring correction correction and redirection and I think this has been a co Viet. It should have been cooked correction team because it's a lot of correction to our values to our sociological understanding of ourselves. Collectively and individually. What do you mean by sociological understanding of ourselves so I think that we have become tribal We head divided into too many segments. Millennials boomers blacks whites Brown's Democrats Republicans us them globally not just nationally but globally. And and I think this Disease that attack without discrimination made us rethink? What is humanity I think that's part of it. I think that America needs to rethink. How much of our resources we have farmed out overseas that we found ourselves needing things that we couldn't manufactured but I've gotten away from manufacturer but I think that we also have to rethink how we value ordinary workers delivery keeper. That's that's by the sociological. Because I think for the first time people who were before invisible they were the invisible men and women to a lot of people in in in our country and other countries have now become have the title of essential this. Yes but here's my concern. I watched after nine eleven. We talked about the police officers and the firemen and they were Iro's erosion. We made a big fuss insane songs and cried and candles and all that but we didn't pay them anymore and they still couldn't afford to live in the cities they protect and so we get through by. I'm wondering what we're GONNA do about minimum wage of what we're GONNA do about their families and making it possible for the people who protect us in these big cities to be able to afford to live in the city they serve in. I mean all the people in conversations. I've had I tell you the one thing that people certainly do understand and have a great respect for teachers and think that they should be paid whatever they want their own kids lives have been permanently altered and that we will take that alteration and be more united as Tim Travers. Trying to do here today Do you think that that has occurred to enough people to have a shift in consciousness for awhile awhile? We get Amnesia quite quickly. And it's amazing when we're frightened how we come down to what matters most but how quickly we deviate from it once. We feel safe and secure geared and I know that sounds negative pessimistic. But but I think for sermons and seen too many funerals to do you much. Yeah I've seen it all before and But every now and then we get a booster shot. That kind of reminds us to humble yourself a little bit and not take so highly of yourself and not to always evaluate your worth by your net worth. There's there's so many lessons to be learned here. I know I mean if you just open our eyes we can see them as we endure this crisis. You wrote this on Instagram. Last week. Be sure to lead by faith and show people that it's possible you said to be joyful no matter the condition. Where are you finding joy right now? You know I have not spent this much time at home it years. Okay with just my wife and I in the house and nobody else and so that has given me an opportunity to appreciate simplicity Sometimes we're so driven by our responsibilities that we get away trump simplicity. That's one of the things I learned from you You know you walk into the Darnall your fruit and spelling your love a blade of grass. Now I can love a blade of grass. Yes Sir you've been so inspirational. You started out talking about me but you. You've also been very inspirational. 'cause I've got to see you behind the scenes at seed. What quality human being you are and I think that this creates an opportunity where we start to appreciate each other and say it to each other. The things that that gave us comfort during this time costs no money at all a kind word a quick. Tech's a you know a a moment. Facetime checking on elderly person left alone. checking on successful people. Because it didn't matter how successful you were. This was still devastating. And you still need a little love a little hershey kisses. You know you know you. Suspended those incredible in-person services at the Potter's House in Dallas. And you say this is a great time for us all to be able to re-instill our core values and for families to reconcile and also reconnect. I mean just like you and the first lady Sereda have been able to spend time together so many families haven't and for a lot of people that that ain't so sweet. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's true that that is true. It will either work for you or against you one of the things that I thought about the church part of it. Was You know when the teacher talks all through the classes but when the test comes she's always quiet and this was a testing moment and there was a time that we weren't able to draw from our traditional types of worship services because the test was in session? How much have we really learned? How much have we really grown? And even to those families who are lucked alone and they are combative. They will either find a way to work. Their way toward wholeness or toward a decision. That says we're better part than we are together. Not every story has a happy.

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"jakes" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

10:00 min | 9 months ago

"jakes" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

"Await you based on everything else that has brought you to this moment and Franz from young fifty people knitting socks. So you're saying exposure for translation exposure is important. Surround yourself with people you want to be like absolutely absolutely because when you surround yourself with people not only that you want to be like but who are doing what you want to do. Who Have the attitude attitude that you want to have it emanates from them it is contagious? Infection negative people have a contagious disease. And if you get around them you will catch it. You have to move around people who are positive upbeat. Who reinforced where? You're going. Who validate you and especially when you're fifty six because because we lived long enough to know what a gift every day every day is advantage every day of the waste a day one day? Well I see how easy it is to do that. You know because I turned sixty really was the number that caused me to have have the deepest reflection and pause because I could see the rest of the world making judgments about it and I and my own mind I didn't say rebuke but now I do rebuke ever rebuke it. I could see that if you allow the rest of the world to define what they think sixty is then. You will end up depressed abreast that every day you get to redefine what fifty six fifty seven fifty eight sixty seventy to sixty Z.. Three young the to put on your footprint and walk out the door selectquote Tigray audience eager. What your question? Where senior high? I I hear everything you said. And I received a bit of a breakthrough but I still have thaw doubts about like who who think that. I'm so grand. Who Am I to think that ac-accomplish great things but I want to but I get paralyzed with fear and L- let's talk about that? Let's talk about because this is a sunset at the people. Do not understand when people see other people who have great accomplishments. They assume that they have no fear. The reality is you got to feel the fear baby girl and do it anyway. Got The crew it anyway. If you are waiting for your feelings to lineup with your seasons your your life will always be on hold. You won't have to ask your emotions to give you permission to be who you were created to be everybody. It has some angst some fear some negative voice saying who are you but some people rebuke it and other people birth the difference between rebuking and birthing. It is how long you've nurtured the thought the thought comes like a seed in the womb of your your mind you can either incubated Terry it through three trimesters and birth it in your phone or you can say this is not my. It's not on my agenda NBA rejected and I'm GonNa Continue Omagh toll free so this is what I think people miss and I know you can certainly put this in religious terms but who are we really. I Know I love up that question when you said who am I to be somebody great. Who Am I to do? I think what you teach every Sunday and certainly are teaching through instinct is that we are connected to all that is great thank back. That's the point. You come from the source sir of creation that source of creation brought you here however you choose to feel about that to do something great now your great misses and what mine is what you came to do. Isn't what I came to. I think people always get confused particularly in this day in time looking at television and looking at the tweets in this ASSOC- lab and all that seeing what other people are doing the question. What you're asking us to do through instinct through transformational thinking is to recognize that we come from greatness from the source of all being is amazing? You can't have an amazing God odd and birth an unimposing child. What's amazing about? You are the mazing thing about you and fine and people who see the amazing this view now if you understand our commanders to be fruitful then you understand that we must be seed f-full. Yeah because you cannot be fruitful if you're not you have the seeds of greatness inside of you put in the right environment nurtured with the right narrative you can be as effective at sixty seventy eighty ninety as long as you wake up and I use is this expression is crude. Suck in air. If you woke up at you suck in air this morning. That air is energizing. Something you have left to do do do not waste it somebody else last night wishing they had the breath you have right now. So that's what we learned tonight to begin. Transformation you must peel back the layers and go to your core the core. You must be sure about who you are. Discover who you are found out who you are. Inventory your friends. Ask them what they get when they get you until you have a clear definition of yourself whether you're going after a job whether you're going on a date or whether you're trying to your children you cannot give people what you don't know you have so we knew you're mine line and get rid of limiting beliefs renewing your my hit the reset but if computers have to do with people have to do it hit the reset button and get rid of those negatives his belief and stop especially to women stop nurturing in your womb the seeds of negativity and birthing than because you are nurturers by nature. And you have to decide. Are you going to nurture something bad or you nurture something good surrounding yourself with people that you want to be like surrounding yourself with people you WanNa be like takes you to the next level because they are modeling the lifestyle that you are stepping into rather rather than emulating the lifestyle you're stepping away from okay and there's one more bishop you say we must all anchor our spirits. What does that mean you have to have something thing? That anchors you because life is crazy for me. It's my faith but every person has to have something that doesn't move when As my mother would say all hell is breaking loose. Because if you don't get caught up in the wave of the craziness going on around you and what you you cannot the effective if you're not stable if you're tossed to and fro by every current that comes I wanNA do exercise because we do a little exit I want to do I need some help. Suit you're GONNA help me I'm GonNa take you let me see come on. We'll take you because that's my girl right. They're gonNA take the green come up with. Okay Ah need another green. We're GONNA make a little and I wanted to hang hands and make a circle around because circle all the way around me okay. I'm trying to live in my life and these ladies represent all the things that are going on in my life and I just want you to just like. We're playing ring around the roses. I just want to start going around and my life is always moving. Nothing's ever stable. The kids are here then. They're gone that you're married then. I'm not good relationship than a bad relationship. Got A job glossed job entrepreneur pursuits going. Well not billing good keep on going now I have to decide. Am I going to go around with everything. That's happening and via unstable as Varmus. Can I get in the center of it. All I'd say Golic keeps on changing keeps on turning people learned about what is happening oil. I am able what is happening in taste. Good you get it. So the kids let life let circumstantial select business. Let Finances let everything change your goal is to be steadfast unmovable to be solid and in order to do that you cannot anchor on something. That's moving you can't anchor on. The kids are going to move. You can't ink on another person. They're going to move. You can't ink on a job is GONNA move. You've got anchor in faith in something that is solid and stable. So that as this turns out. Don't turn the ride. Life could a pretense instinct is in stores. I thank you so much as I'm Oprah Winfrey and you've been listening to super soul conversations the podcast. You can follow super soul on instagram. The twitter and facebook. If you haven't yet go to apple podcasts and subscribe rate and review this podcast join me next week for another supercell conversation. Thank you for listening..

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"jakes" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

08:43 min | 9 months ago

"jakes" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

"You have given the power to the other person and even with yourself. You don't want I want to be in a position where you are imprisoned by who you are twenty years ago. What happened to you when you were seven? What happened to you when you were twelve? Some of us are still living out these doomed models of tripled mothers who taught us deformity in how we think and function so this is not about cutting down to what happened. It is not about cutting down to what you did or what they did is not even about what anybody did. It is getting to the core of who you are. 'cause you are best when you're at your core was created to be in what would that create it to be because you are the most powerful you d most powerful when you are authentic when you are not up shaped into some correct cure some mutation of who you really are and that's why we're so tired. Have you ever seen so many tired people in all you. The everybody's tired old exhausted twenty five year. Girls can't get out of the Beta the more you don't want we're tired because we're pretending it takes so much work to pretend in when you can really be who you are and find out where you fit and function from the place of after -bility. Then you stop working. You stopped wrestling. It's about finding your flow was finding your flow absolutely finding your flow and when you get in that. That's a life changing experience. How do we we get to the core? The most amazing thing is that we study everything but ourselves we walk into rooms and environments we watch other people what we emulate other people we wear their names. We wear their clothes. We wear their stuff. We fix our hair like we know everything about all the people we admire and nothing about ourselves else. Maybe you need to date you. Maybe you'll intubate news. Maybe you need to date you in such a way that you get to know who you are and you value what. You're giving away the green to the table and people have a hard time getting down to their core because some of us don't know who we are. We know what we all. We know what we have. We know the degrees. But we don't know who we are getting down to who you are me embodied questions. Like what motivates me. What what what? What is it that when I do that thing? I am impassioned when I do it. What makes a flame McKnight? What makes me leap out of the bed in the morning joining? What was it about being in this particular environment? That make me functional and fiery and invigorated. Because that's where your power years get to know that. What what do you add to the room? What do you add to the world and some of these questions means you also need to have some people around you who are very honest? Honest that you can trust it instead of these generic. Oh I'm so glad to see you and I'm always happy with what about me makes you happy because stats. thatt's say that we spend eighty percent of our time working at things that we're not really good at and only twenty percent of our time focusing on the area that is really the most those powerful and the most functional that is your core. Imagine if you gave eighty percent of your energy to that twenty percent of who you are instead of spending all all of your energy responding to other people's demands and situations and that's why everybody's so tired tight so let's use terrace story because show how someone no one gets to the core. I have struggled with substance abuse issues. For nearly twenty years. I've gone into to Rehab and relapsed. At least five times the trucks were up to be of being able to raise my own children children and be in their lives. I been clean nearly nine months. My fears about this time. Time is that I felt just as strongly about recovering and still managed to relapse the most important thing to me is keeping myself on the straight narrow that I can be that mother. I always dreamed of being whatever whatever it takes and whatever I need to to change I'm willing to do just that Willingness Terror is the power who who long it takes a lot doc to say I blew it I messed up. I got off the track. I WANNA get back on the track one of the things. I was dying to ask you when you were into the drug thing at its height. Wait what do you think because I believe that most people who end up in addictive behaviors do it to medicate some pain that they cannot live with the drug of choice becomes how you anesthetize the pain. So what were you trying to anesthetize. Well Bishop Jakes. I had so much trauma which included physical physical abuse outside the home the grief of losing my father at age three where I was the apple of his eye and when he died they'd nobody cared about me anymore and then. My behavior was outrageous. Because I didn't understand where my father went to so he was a disciplinarian. Rian as well as my world and you loved it and I loved them so mount. That's gone so now. My mother has to work and provide okay. Okay let's stop the story because that's all the story that's what she was saying. That's the story that's all happened. And we all have terrible things. I empathize empathize with you or feel that. So what you're saying is we have to let go of what. The story was no matter how tragic the story was. What would you say the less likely you got to step out of your history history of the into your destiny the and into your all of your energy and all of your emotions and all your creativity and all of your visions are looking backwards? Yeah yeah forward looking in the rear view mirror and you can't do that because you can't change what happened. Can you can only change. What's going going to happen what I'm saying? Yes and when you live in that space of yesterday it takes so much energy to keep that going that you're we're not available for today today. Call the role. You wouldn't be able to be present because you are present in the pain of have you pay the very fact that other people have gone through what you have gone through and made it out to heights of no is a sign that you can transform your luck. This is interesting terra. I can be a teacher for us all because I've done this too. When somebody ask you about your life you start going back to all the painful thing? We never talked about the great great things that happen. We always go to the most painful things and look at what happens to your energy when that starts to happen you start telling the story then you think of another worst thing and another worst I think in other words in it. You're you're in it that is just consumed you and that becomes where your energy goes. That's what you're saying absolutely valid thing. I I think is very very important that she brings us. She says when my father died nobody cared for me anymore and nobody paid any attention. Nobody loves me. Nobody paid any attention. The problem is that means. That's the model that you're working from. And the real problem is not that they.

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"jakes" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

08:59 min | 9 months ago

"jakes" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

"This is how my life goes. He has a book called instinct. The power to unleash leash your inborn dry. Now I have to tell you. I've been watching his sermons this year. I mean I get goosebumps pumps just talking about it. Those of you who are part of the hot house. I'm GonNa have to tell you that Bishop. JAKES literally hit a new level. I don't know what happened. But he hit a new level anointing nineteen this year and when I watched his message about transformational thinking I I I love it and I knew you. Everybody needed to hear this. So if you're at a crossroads in your life you're disappointed by how your life is going. You're worried that this may be as is good as it gets on the way for you rely. This is what I would. You should really record this class. You can play just a little bit every morning to jump start your day and begin your own transformation so I just want to know what happened to you this year. I don't know it looks like you stepped into another level of teaching and being thank you know. Once you get over in your fifties you start reflecting we start with a begin to look at my own life and started sitting down the right and I started started writing instincts. And it started gushing out on me discussing out of me and I have never been able to articulate that that compass to which I moved beyond the Holy Spirit itself. But how you think how you process how you reason and to be able to articulate it if we pass onto our children our stuff and don't pass sorn our thoughts they will run through our stuff so the greatest thing we give them how we think the interesting because Bishop Jake says we all have the power to transform into the highest and best representation of ourselves that is awaiting us is that the question is. Where do we start? And you know what I love. Is that anyway. Favorite Bible verses is transformed by the renewing a new man. How transformed by the renewal of your mind? And that's what you're really talking about. That is exactly what I'm talking about because the reality of the matter is any other place that you try to transform from is not going to work you have to change the way you think about the circumstance situation Asia. We spent so much money changing the way we look the way we address where we live. We changed all outside but until you change the inside you really not GonNa Change Your Life and so I'm excited about having the opportunity not just changing your life released to your behavior and your character and all of that. That's very important to and for me that God something but even changing your career what you focus on what you what you put your energy in who you hang around what you're GonNa do with this section of your life. That's that's that's all I got because all of us are in the process of evolving. All of us want to live our life Torah fullest and highest potential. We do not want to get to the end of our lives and wonder what if we want to as the thing goes die empty to have poured out the very richards of yourself and I want to show them how to do that. You have the floor but one of the one one of the stories that I heard you telling you sorry. I was so moved by the story about the dog and the legs can can. Can you just share that before we get started. The dog with a female dog dog who had been hidden an accident and her back legs were broken and she was pregnant and she birth puppies and oddly enough. The puppies were fine. They were they were completely -pletely normal except for the fact they drug their hand leaks just like their mother and the amazing thing about the puppies who drug their legs as alleged. We're completely lately fine. But if what you see model in front of what you see in any way deformed or deranged your your concept of normalcy is defined by what you see. It is hard to be what you have not seen. It's about rounding yourself with good things surrounding yourself with aspirational things. So that you can see the highest part of yourself because else we have to have it modeled. It's not enough to have it preach to us or top tourist or anything we have to have it. Modeled demonstrated what does this look like. What does it feel like? You can get information from people but the real inspiration that transforms her life needs to be modeled in front of you so many times we get a degree green something and then when we get into it. We don't like it. We get a job when we did the job. We don't like it because we have not had it modeled in front of us and the problem with the puppy. Happy is that he had a bad model and many of us are suffering from the models. We take it away. I'm GonNa let did you have a seat over here. Bishops Freedom the I think one of the things that we do not realize how much has been laid on us about other people. The whole body auty of our experiences are summarized things we've read and the things we've seen and the things we've been taught and I want you to think this way that that failure. Oh you're is a learned behavior. You are not create it to fail nowhere. You created misallocated. There is a strategy in mind. Where when you find the place where you fit the best you are the most functional where you fit the best most of us have been crammed into what people needed us to be? And and we have been responders reacting to what the needs were what the kids wanted. What mother had in mind what your sister had in my what your boyfriend wanted? What's your husband husband wanted? This is what your girlfriend wanted. And after a while you get sometimes twenty thirty forty years old you start saying wait a minute. I've been everybody but me. So so I've got a little illustration it looks like. I'm getting ready to make a cobbler or something but I'm really not. I've got these apples here because I want you to understand understand about this apple. That's this apple right. Year is really an orchard. It is an orchard. Come on with it. The problem is in order to get the potential its highest and best potential. You have to get beyond the peelings and all the things that have been placed on top of it now. Imagine imagine the apple is you and you're trying to get your orchard out but there's all of this surrounding you that are are causing you not to be who you were created to be the transformational potential of this apple is never in its peeling. It's never in the meat of the Apple. Oh it is it is only when you are able to get it down to the core the core essence will you touch the core and you get down to the seed. You have been gotten to the place where you can find his fullest and best potential. You either have to cut to it or rock to it. So many people wrote to it. They wrote two things go so bad so long so terrible situation crisis. They don't come to themselves till they're in jail or they're strung out or they're overwhelmed or they're suicidal and they rot to the core but what we want to do is cut to the core. You WanNa cut to the core. You want to peel away all the things you have had to be so that you can get down to the core of what you were created to be. I'm on and see at this court in this. Core are the seeds of greatness. It's not just one tree but many treats and what I want you to understand where we start talking about. Transformational thinking is that I want you to stop thinking from a place of pain. Stop thinking from a place of what happened to you and start thinking from a place of who you are not not what you did. I wish I hadn't done it. Oh I'm so sorry about the suburban all sorts of bad prison never be able to get up on my look what I did. Look what I did did look what I did. Look what they did to me look what he did look what she did. Look at how much power you're giving away. You allow the assignments. It's an actress of other people to determine your destiny..

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Transform Your Life with Bishop T.D. Jakes

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

05:37 min | 9 months ago

Transform Your Life with Bishop T.D. Jakes

"Jake says we all have the power to transform into the highest and best representation of ourselves that is awaiting us is that the question is. Where do we start? And you know what I love. Is that anyway. Favorite Bible verses is transformed by the renewing a new man. How transformed by the renewal of your mind? And that's what you're really talking about. That is exactly what I'm talking about because the reality of the matter is any other place that you try to transform from is not going to work you have to change the way you think about the circumstance situation Asia. We spent so much money changing the way we look the way we address where we live. We changed all outside but until you change the inside you really not GonNa Change Your Life and so I'm excited about having the opportunity not just changing your life released to your behavior and your character and all of that. That's very important to and for me that God something but even changing your career what you focus on what you what you put your energy in who you hang around what you're GonNa do with this section of your life. That's that's that's all I got because all of us are in the process of evolving. All of us want to live our life Torah fullest and highest potential. We do not want to get to the end of our lives and wonder what if we want to as the thing goes die empty to have poured out the very richards of yourself and I want to show them how to do that. You have the floor but one of the one one of the stories that I heard you telling you sorry. I was so moved by the story about the dog and the legs can can. Can you just share that before we get started. The dog with a female dog dog who had been hidden an accident and her back legs were broken and she was pregnant and she birth puppies and oddly enough. The puppies were fine. They were they were completely -pletely normal except for the fact they drug their hand leaks just like their mother and the amazing thing about the puppies who drug their legs as alleged. We're completely lately fine. But if what you see model in front of what you see in any way deformed or deranged your your concept of normalcy is defined by what you see. It is hard to be what you have not seen. It's about rounding yourself with good things surrounding yourself with aspirational things. So that you can see the highest part of yourself because else we have to have it modeled. It's not enough to have it preach to us or top tourist or anything we have to have it. Modeled demonstrated what does this look like. What does it feel like? You can get information from people but the real inspiration that transforms her life needs to be modeled in front of you so many times we get a degree green something and then when we get into it. We don't like it. We get a job when we did the job. We don't like it because we have not had it modeled in front of us and the problem with the puppy. Happy is that he had a bad model and many of us are suffering from the models. We take it away. I'm GonNa let did you have a seat over here. Bishops Freedom the I think one of the things that we do not realize how much has been laid on us about other people. The whole body auty of our experiences are summarized things we've read and the things we've seen and the things we've been taught and I want you to think this way that that failure. Oh you're is a learned behavior. You are not create it to fail nowhere. You created misallocated. There is a strategy in mind. Where when you find the place where you fit the best you are the most functional where you fit the best most of us have been crammed into what people needed us to be? And and we have been responders reacting to what the needs were what the kids wanted. What mother had in mind what your sister had in my what your boyfriend wanted? What's your husband husband wanted? This is what your girlfriend wanted. And after a while you get sometimes twenty thirty forty years old you start saying wait a minute. I've been everybody but me. So so I've got a little illustration it looks like. I'm getting ready to make a cobbler or something but I'm really not. I've got these apples here because I want you to understand understand about this apple. That's this apple right. Year is really an orchard. It is an orchard. Come on with it. The problem is in order to get the potential its highest and best potential. You have to get beyond the peelings and all the things that have been placed on top of it now. Imagine imagine the apple is you and you're trying to get your orchard out but there's all of this surrounding you that are are causing you not to be who you were created to be the transformational potential of this apple is never in its peeling. It's never in the meat of the Apple. Oh it is it is only when you are able to get it down to the core the core essence will you touch the core and you get down to the seed. You have been gotten to the place where you can find his fullest and best potential. You either have to cut to it or rock to

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"jakes" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"jakes" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"With our American stories and we've been listening to TD Jakes talking about leadership and how we learn from failure as much as we do from success let's continue with TD Jakes well it in the midst of fluctuations is quite important in essence that's what I'm trying to convey to you so what do you do one is red nose the best thing to do with bad news is to deliver a clear accurate concise message a clear accurate concise message messenger creates clear expectations which avoids disappointment people can handle bad lose if they can trust your message this is what happened this is how we're going to handle it and we are sorry but if you don't give clear messaging you got to do damage control over and over and over again as people lose their heads and freak out it is MA what happens to you that matters it is how you handle it I want to see about success story success story success creates strain it challenges your ability to grow and to evolve the very thing that you're here to give it's a weird thing the school drive the bus and strain the strain the winning the strain of giving more responsive you expected to streaming given the deal the can you handle it when you win it's strange stress is an indicator it's a benefit it's a frame for the election you're at your limits it does not mean that you cannot do it but that doesn't mean you have to change something any time there is stress you have to change structure or.

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"jakes" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"jakes" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"And you can maybe help move them into their own process of evolving. But ultimately, I think when you make it about you that you don't isolate a person and make them feel. Less than Jimmy says any that I can still be there for the kids. Absolutely Amazon deliveries birthday parties is just boundaries. Having boundaries for that relationship. Okay. So that was our first vice question and the next one, okay? Big sister. Sarah, I need some advise. This is the friend that I've known since the fourth grade. He was in childhood crush. We lost communication once my family relocated to different part of town. Until now he comes to my job often. And we talk a bit before he starts to flirt, I was flattered that he found me attractive enough to flirt with. But it also confused me it confused me because I don't find myself pretty or beautiful in in. It made me question his motives, the flattered and mushy schoolgirl, pardon me. Let him put his number in my phone a few days go by and he touches on the topic of six I become squeamish because I'm never heads X before. It's not something that I just crave to do. Although I've been tempted at times I was very straightforward with him about it. And he said that he wasn't looking for a relationship. I'm not looking to being a relationship as oil, and he ex to be friends with benefits so sister. What should I do? Sis sound the alarm sound the alarm, someone get the ambulance. We can someone get the ambulance because. We got a sister down when the listen SIS, Brooke, listen, friend, girl. Listen, okay. We got a lot of things to cover here. Let me try and make this Sanctis possible. But this is what I want to say. Okay. First of all. We got if you're out while we don't feel beautiful. And we have to trust that we are fearfully and wonderfully made we have to believe that in spite of our acne scars inspite of our extra Wayne in spite of our facial structure, and all of the things that we pick out about our shelves that we see his flaws that at the end of the day. This is the only face at got. Okay. This is the only face I'm gonna get an if I don't learn to love it than how anyone else learned to love it. You know, what I may have been self conscious about my forehead my whole life. But guess what? My forehead has not changed. That means me hating it his not done anything for me hated my four hit never shrunk my forehead in ever changes dimensions. I'm still sitting here with the same for head. I got in. So guess what ama- have to learn his go for hit that I got I'm gonna have to wear middle parts..

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"jakes" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"jakes" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"You wanna see testimony of mind your business ministries? I want you all to go ahead and go back and watch. Gayle, king sit there living her best life unfazed while brother, Robert Kelly, did whatever it was. He was doing trying to defend himself. Gail was unfazed. I don't know what type of training. I don't know what type of peace that just passes. All understanding you have to have. She did not flinch parts of all. I don't know if you've ever been in a situation where you've had somebody get violently defensive of themselves where they just are smacking the, hey hands and we've Duke d woo. Because that's what it sounds like a lot of woop do doing your staying. And then you're yelling and your clapping your hands. But let me tell you something my man's put on a show won't. I don't wanna call it his show. Okay. Because he was expressing themselves, and I wanna be sensitive to people's join these in their healing process. I can tell you though, he was really. Expressing himself with the fullness and Gail was just on a bother. She was like sitting there thinking about what she was gonna have for dinner later, and whether or not she was going to order medium or medium well in which that she wanted. She did not flinch. Okay. To me is his anti was unin by their Chow. Jamie says Gayle king is the president of Monje business ministries. If it was a sorority, she'd be big sister unbothered, let me tell you something aquit. I am no longer worthy of being in position at mind your business ministries, because I think at minimum I would have got up and left. And then like, you know, what when you finish acting a fool we can continue with this interview. She was like, I don't even wanna walk in these heels. Okay. It's everything I had to the more. I'm going to sit here and you're gonna calm down. And let me tell you something he's that down and he brought it in as much as he could. But who bails is Gail kept our legs cross indent didn't move. She later said she was not in fear. He would hit her adding think that he would hit her either. Because. I been once again in a situation where I have seen someone. I don't wanna say he was lying, but I've seen someone just if there in inches. All right. Sure. Okay. I've seen that before. And add impact you was gonna hit her. I think he was really passionately upset that. He was this is what I think I think that he was honestly in truthfully upset that he was in that situation. I don't think it had anything to do with Gail. And I think that when you are upset that you are in a situation, whether you deserve to be in the situation or not the two can sometimes act a fool, and that is I think we can all agree innocent or guilty that the full was being acted which is you go Robert was putting on in her real time with periods. Okay. Released a fool Queen willingness heads off again when I say hail Mary. I mean hail Mary latonya said he was feeding Gail foolishness and Gail still came with the hard question..

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"jakes" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"jakes" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"And when I did it was as if I it had just happened. It has been a lifelong journey to healing in. It takes a lot of time. Joy, I was four when it happened. Mariah agreed as a kid. I didn't realize it. How everyone I hit my twenties. I realized the weight of what really happened to me when I tell you sometimes you don't know too. You know? And that could be the whole name of the podcast, we close his thing out in benediction because you just don't know until you know, I was in a toxic relationship. And I did not see it as toxic or abusive until I was out of the relationship. And what is it that desensitized as I think the survival instinct kicks in and once viable instinct kicks in you become guarded. You do whatever you have to do to get through the moment. You don't think about the pain? You don't think about the hurt? You don't assess your Daymond, and then you get down the road, and you have these moments where we're like Ouch that hurt and that was painful, and that's when we begin to realize that that thing really affected me more than I really thought kinder- says was inappropriately touched as a child may be Levin. Twelve thirteen crazy thing is I didn't realize it until my adult years when I knew that inappropriate touches were a thing. As like it came to me in a dream, not every time, I see my fin Dr one screen kinder-. I want to encourage you to get some. Hair p and e you know, there's opportunities in communities oftentimes to have some support groups. There's free housing available. If you're not able to afford it. But you gotta definitely process that no matter when you find out and this is a word for somebody. No matter when you find out that you have been traumatized. It's never too late to heal that part of you because I think that when we become awakened to that trauma that that means that that traumas has the ability to show up in other areas of our life, and until we assess and he'll in gain, forgiveness and perspective. And whatever else we need in order to make that trauma lose its power than that trauma will always have some type of power over us, Victoria, Taylor. My cousins touch me, and I was scared to talk, but I never held it against them. Love them too much. Yeah. I mean, I think that kind of gives reason to why if you know these victims, and what they're saying is true part of the reason why you don't. You know, when you're younger, you wait to say something because you're still processing what happened to it yourself. And that's something that we got a really be sensitive to Kim. So okay. How about this guys? I love you the delegation insurance so many testimonies. You know, what I always find like? I don't know just like amazing about women evolve in women connecting in being transparent in general like it just gives another woman, you know, another person can notify listen the ability to say like, wow, I'm not the only one who found out late. I'm not the only one who didn't wanna tell. I'm not the only one who waited until I was in my fifties to discover what it really happened to me. And there is something to be said about realizing, you aren't alone. And so if you're in need of some encouragement, some support may be the art Kelly thing in the Michael Jackson thing kind of being public has brought up some of your own traumas and some of your own abuses. I want to encourage you to definitely get connected. Maybe go through these comments. And kinda just realize that you aren't alone into come up with a plan to heal because awareness is one thing and intention -ality. The he'll is another K. So I don't know who was we do we rescue Oprah this gone after. Railroads? I don't if the I think we rescued Oprah because she's auntie em. We just going have to pray it on through came. I guess also though, we move from Oprah into hail Mary one thing worthy of mentioning is. Gayle king during the arc. Kelly interview. Gil Kane was sitting on a throne minding her business..

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"jakes" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"jakes" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"Wade Robson in James safe Chuck in director, Dane read, the studio audience was made up of sexual abuse revive as well as their supporters and family members when for who revealed on her talk show decades ago that she was sexually abused. When she was young said reads documentary did an excellent job of illustrating, which he had always tried to explain child sexual abuse is also about seduction. So I read a lot of people who were upset because Michael. Jackson is not here to defend himself. And we just feel white. You know, Oprah should've against maybe kinda held it down for him. Because she was like, I think there were any was France. I don't know shimmy says Oprah does need a rescue. That wasn't a good look Tia B's Alameda Oprah love me, some Oprah. But she's cancelled. She would never do that to Harvey Weinstein. You I think she would you don't think. So Tiffany says I wash Oprah's interview, she gets rescue her intentions were good. Okay. At Namm gonna be honest. I didn't see it. I just saw the I didn't see the actual documentary that Oprah did. I just saw the. The documentary that was actually on HBO. And so, you know, I don't know. DJ Johnson says she needs to interview the family as well TI Rene says, no, I couldn't watch it leave Michael alone. Now, this is what I've noticed though, you know, a lot of us want Michael to be left alone in this situation. And I don't know. On whole no vanita says now MJ was acquitted wasn't ARA. Art Ellie was acquitted. The first time, I don't know. I don't know she thinks his I couldn't watch it. But they all need rescuing because they all need healing. Andrea coats is Oprah his rescue because she is a journalist as she is journalist at first and foremost, okays, let's see Hilling did I love. Oh, I don't know what her into inches were. But not what what made it might a good. Look, can you help me because I haven't seen it and Siam's beacon somewhat ignorantly. But I saw I read the articles about it. I haven't actually seen it. I watch the documentary. But but why wasn't it a good? Look. Shelly says it wasn't Oprah's story. She just did the interviewing teddy exits acquitted doesn't mean innocent and she will seek answers about 'em. Jane, Laura Wallace. We've been talking about this in groups because it was so intense in troubling because he was such an icon and gave an appearance of innocence. You know? I was thinking because one of the things I saw on the documentary is one of the victims or alleged victims. I guess gave a very detailed account of how the abuse happened to him so much. So that it was like Crin cringe-worthy. Right. But I think it's I think part of the reason why maybe people were like, oh, my gosh that's been much is because like when we think about someone being sexually abused. We don't we just put a blanket a blanket idea of what that means. And to have a man talk about inspe- acidification what he says happened to him in may be a bit much. I guess, but it is his truth. You know, even if it's not a truth that we can all agree on. And I think that when we hear the word sexual abuse. We have to see it as traumatic in intense like what he detailed like, maybe it's not true for him. But I just think for other sexual abuse victims like. Is not just this blanket thing that happened to them. There was a detailed account of trauma that took place that forever changed in shape them into understand the weight of that internet. I guess is what I'm saying. Let's not become so comfortable with the word sexual abuse that we lose the the real harsh reality of the weight that those moments are in people's lives..

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"jakes" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"jakes" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"But if he is lying he is riding his I'm so girl, you ain't the only one to me is as I'm willing to rescue is really interesting. There's what is that that we weren't going to rescue him when we found out he was lying. But when we found that that he was going to get charged for every lie. He told we thought that was excessive. What is that? What is that that made our IMF isn't now that we realized this availability of the consequences? And so what is that delegation? Help me understand. What's happening August Williams's if he's convicted or is guilty rescue. Also, oh, I'll guess you bring up an interesting point. We're going to put this rescue in the pending category. Willing to put it in the pending category. Where we won't make a final decision until after trial. Is that what we're saying? I'm gonna tell you what I saw video of him on the shade room walking into court and evidently, it was a court appearance. He didn't even have to go to yet on its glasses. He had a squad behind him, and he was walking with purpose and intention -ality. Like, he knew something that was gonna blow the whole case. And so that's why everyone is still confused, and doesn't know what to believe. But I'm telling you this shown it didn't turn into empire for real around here in K D Shangul says we all told align our life six encounters ridiculous for ally. Yes. Okay. Teddy says, he can get arm floated and let him work to stay afloat. Okay. So we give some armed float. He's. Okay. So we're gonna put him independent category. Jussie we here at the delegation are very confused to be honest. We we don't know what to believe we don't know who to believe. But what we know for sure is things is that if you get hard with them sixteen counts that it might be a little excessive came about that Rita. Johnson says the FBI report is different from the C P D at come from this area. Please don't prejudge. The corrupt is real please rescue Rita says she got the inside track redo, you have some Harris chicken how about that, Meghan breath. Ford said we never lied like that though, that's a whole other li-. He he Ladd lied nurse. She sent now. Okay. Before we move on Meghan brings up an interesting point this what no regular lie. This was ally lie, and there's something to be said about that. Did you know that there was levels to Lyon? I think there. Is megan. I think there he is. We all have told some lies in our life. Who was who was here who was not guilty throw the throw a stone. If you not, but who has Ladd Ladd on this level. We don't know we don't know shandra Gary said as they waited he gets more time than the cop who killed look why mcdonagh than one though, something will you better speak a word. Okay. Listen. Okay. So so far y'all did not rescue the sixty people from the northwestern Memorial Hospital, nor did you all seem like, oh, but you did wanna rescue just we're gonna put him on the pending category. He's got a pending rescue, which means we're basically going to check our calendars. And we're going to all see if we can all get together in rescue or not sure let me tell you. I wanna know from the delegation one. Did you watch leaving never land? Secondly, do you all want to rescue Oprah Winfrey? Yeah. Evidently, a lot of people were upset with Oprah for doing a two part back you for having a after interview about the leaving Neverland Accu mentoring Winfrey in conjunction with her network own hosted the hour long special Oprah Winfrey presents after Neverland. And when she interviewed the two men..

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"jakes" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"jakes" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"But I guess I guess. Off off today. All right. So I guess we're not rescuing the sixty employees from northwestern Memorial Hospital because we belong to mind your business ministries, and I guess I I guess Bax little. I would I guess a little if you guys will have an altar call I would like to come back to mind your business ministry 'cause just wore moment. I thought about doing it me and Halina Halina kings as rescue and blow up the floaters. Okay. Okay. Shaya Dickerson's says we ran out of floaters for anything brother smollet related. Okay hit. Okay. So let me hit you with another rescue. Since it doesn't seem like we're going to be able to rescue them. Kimberly says we can revisit next season may be. Okay. So here's a question. Do you guys wanna rescue Jesse now that he's got sixteen counts of felonies? Because I know we were all for him being, you know, paying for any possible lies at may have been told. But when we found that it was sixteen counts as a lot of us were like, okay, he lied, but that's too much. Do y'all wanna rescue Jesse now? Whether let's say, hypothetically speaking, he did lie. Let's just say hypothetically speaking, allegedly, Al. Know who knows don't know by. No, but him in the Lord. Okay. But let's just say he did like is sixteen counts. Too much. Let me tell you. Why? I don't think sixteen counts f I I was like sixteen counts is a lot as a lot. Okay. He told a lab that's a lot. But let me tell you. At remembered though, when folks lot of me out on just call it just one big O laugh when folks Ladda me, I break down everything they lied about. So I you lied about where you was. Then you lied about who you was with. Then you lied to me when I called you checked on, you know, so on one hand I understand that it was one big lie. But I can kinda understand why we are being penalized for every because that's why he got sixteen counts. It was one live. Right. But I think they charged him for every lie. He told and. That excessive is that vindictive. Or is it right on the money, and in before you answer, and before you think about it at as once you to remember when y'all count up folks Lasse, okay, Britney Dini's, Mary says, add is one annot why he was on Chan gel. If we knew the answer to that who adult even I don't even not adult. I wanna say that he wasn't lying. But then there's so much evidence. Ain't he was like, I don't I literally don't even know. But as just one no is sixteen counts too much. Rhonda's says that was excessive but a lie is still allowed to nieces. Wow. He goes extinct counts. I dunno at ino-. It was that bad year. They gave him a lot. So if my brother was like, our that's way, and I ordered a Turkey sandwich, and they found that he ordered a tuna sandwich charge. Okay. I don't know if that was one of the lies, but I'm saying every lie he told in that story is one he got charged for Holly Wolford said they are making an example out of him. Valerie says I think it was excessive especially because it was a crime that caused no harm to anyone but himself breeze his six councils. Wow, the rescue also. Okay. So we going rescue on K. All right. So we long rescue him be from this extinct counts. And k all right? Okay. I'm with this Krista. Palmer says I'm so confused by this story LL..

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"jakes" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"jakes" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"She says I hate when you don't think of a good clapback till after it is the worst J Gina says, orange theory would have turned writ messing with me. I know, but I just it took me a minute to really to really come to a place where I could process what was happening in the moment. Okay. A James says this try to make a deposit where she doesn't have an account somebody better pull up the receipts from the old podcast quit. You cannot. If you have not listened you need to go back, and listen, I don't even know which podcast was. But basically what we the woman Volve delegation decided is that you cannot make deposits into account where you don't have an account. You know what I'm saying? You can't give me no deposit of advice. You can't give me. No deposit a perspective without having an account here in account of consistency. And keeping the certain balance where I understand where this thing is coming from otherwise, you just trying to do things. And don't do stuff. Okay. How about that? Delete says we can't avoid the conversation. But we must use the opportunity for a teachable moment. We sometimes can't find the balance to respond in a responsible way, but informant in responsible, but informative way we don't have to clap. We've got a call them out. You know, what maybe what out Nome? I'm not that kind of person. I was thinking, you know, what maybe I could next time. I go to orange. There could be like, you know, you kinda say something that bothered me. And I just wanna clear the air. And I just don't think it's my husband would do that would be. More like him in that way. 'cause my husband would have definitely said that was probably inappropriate dim. I tell y'all about the time when my daughter was in swim class and the teacher called her a monkey she didn't mean any harm. She was trying to teach lesson and she says I'm about monkey climate. And my husband was like just, you know, for us being called monkeys can be a little sensitive, and if we were different we would maybe think that that was inappropriate. But we understand you didn't know. So we just want to offer some perspective. I want to be more. Like that Elise. Is she would do that? She would go back and say something. I wanna be more. Like that kina says that was the Holy Spirit block, the transmission from the read that was coming you. Right. You right. Okay. So tamers as can't do that can't do that either. Because I feel like if you have an awkward moment. I'm, but you guys know this about me already. I'm a little already socially awkward, Sal was in association awkward situation to initiate, a possibly more outward scenario is not or gaining to who. I am. But I don't know maybe between now. And in the next time, we re we reconvene be able to maybe say something. I don't know. I don't know. Pray for me. Okay. Speaking of rescuing folks, which I don't know for gonna rescue will rescue the low lady orange theory. I guess because she really didn't mean no harm. I don't you know. But it's just you just you just don't say stuff. Okay. But how about that? Okay. Listen. So my first rescue actually has to do with the Jesse I have to jesse's mullets situations that I want to try and rescue on today. The first one I I believe that we could bring out the private jet for this one. And I know y'all be stingy with gas money especially going into spring break. And then in the summer and y'all got goals and things that I wanna do. But I just want to know if you all would be interested in rescuing this sixty employees at the northwest Memorial Hospital who were fired I think they were fired for accessing the records of Jesse small employees at northwest and north western. Memorial Hospital in Chicago may have been fired in connection with empire actor Jesse smallest high profile case, the former employees say they were fired for inappropriately accessing the actors medical records..

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"jakes" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"jakes" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"And we cannot wait connect when you make it to the mouth high city to Jesse that the lights just turn off in my office because it's on a timer in motion in moving. And that's all right 'cause I'm gonna save money during this podcast, Julian I'm going to apply to law school, okay? Between now and the next time we can reconvene. Julia is going to apply for law school habit that congratulations Alabi praying for you. Turkeys says my goal will be sick insistently workout. Okay. It's I'm going to try and consistently work out. And I'm going to try to eat, right. Most of the time. I'm not gonna say all of the time because I know myself in the best thing that you can ever do is just know yourself not gonna work out all the time. Julia's it I'm turning fifty July. I want to be in the best shape ever. Julia. I am praying for you. And I am wishing you nothing but success, and you can do it. Most importantly, you can do it. I want to be in the best shape of my life to tomorrow. And that's why get discouraged because it don't happen. Fast enough. Okay. So I worked at one time. I've injuring my water a have been eating right? But I have been minding my business. And that's that's gonna be Baena says I'm going to be nicer to people is real tough. Because people just be stupid the let and that's what what I mean. When I say, you gotta know yourself because sometimes you need to say to yourself self you need to be nicer to people so between now and the next time we get together. My girl is gonna start being nicer to people Lee is gonna finish her book hope as one actually drink eight glasses of water day. Hope I drink a gallon. I don't know that inspires you. But yes, a glasses of water water is necessary is. About the only thing that I can do pretty consistently. Okay. Nicole says she's gonna try to Perm her petty with attached telling co worker. Can I tell you about an internet where permed my petty, and then I'll move into rescue eve 'cause I know yet on it time to play with me today 'cause you're working, and you got jobs, and he is in things to do in this kind of help me segue into rescue eve. Anyway, if you listen for the fresh thyme rescue eve is when we try and help and save people who are out here not doing better, but they know better. But that's all right. We're gonna have grace for them. So I was at orange theory, speak of the devil because that's what it is. And when I was at orange theory, my one of the people who were there was telling me she went and saw the green book, and this was a lady of Caucasian descent. She is a white lady. And she like the green book it was so good, and I was like him and my husband went and saw it. It was good. And then she said choose Alwyn that actor, and I was like who Vigo Mortenson or Mahar Sheila Eileen. She was like no Jesse small..

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"jakes" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"jakes" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"God bless you for ten to be or who you compare yourself to he can all live less skewed and the lane that was created for you Bill for somebody. You don't need to you need boundaries. Needed. There. Challe? It is that time of the week. The delegation is getting together for my podcast woman. Evolve. Where are you? What is going on in the world today? Let me tell you. I am recording live back at the woman. Evolve headquarters, you grow has finally touched back down home. And it feels so good to be back in the building. If you're listening for the first time after the night in the wall tour or just in general, first of all, welcome, listen, we love you over here at the delegation. I don't know if you know this or not, but this is the time of the week where we kick back, and we say Chad. Chazelle challenge. Just let me help you to find a challenge just lie. When is just too many words, it would take too much for me to fully express what's going on. So I just got to say chaff like how would you work out? Chad. Yeah. Girl. What does? So. And so say when y'all got off the phone chat Ige's is too much. Okay. And so I am being joined with my fellow champ members from all over as Minoan banks in the room, Danielle Spencer's Challe, I've missed you Kendra said, hey, Joe, I'm over here eating my jalapeno Pringles and drink and my water after a long day..

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"jakes" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"jakes" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"It's like it's called. Look up child. It's almost like an she sings like a Dale. It's amazing. She okay, so here. Okay, so Lauren dago now need to listen to rescue. Yang need to listen to this Chazelle Yanni to listen to this song by Lauren data call. This grew my girls. I, this Girling going anywhere. Okay. That's me. I'm not going nowhere. That's what it is. When I was at the beyond that I was, I guess, hunting giddy guess, yes, he has, but this girl ain't going anywhere. Who is this girl. This girl has really turned her life around and listen issues in amazing song. Okay. So yes, Lauren day I've been listening to her late lean who star listened to. I mean, I like to listen to seven. Streeter, I listen to l. Varner just like some. I listen to the lot of arm bemusing most of the time. I'm not in the car by myself. So I had to listen to songs that are somewhat appropriate for McKinsey, listen to and by the way, Yana flat as. Oh, y'all come in on that picture of me MacKenzie and l. timeout Kinsey for president and y'all wanna bring her own podcast would've okay. I'm gonna. See, I'm gonna see if she can break away from her very, very busy schedule to join us. Okay. So yes, Lauren day gome. That's what happened to your girl on the run and why up Bishop Jakes on the shade room. And why did you all tag me in Bishop? Jakes being on the shade room this time Bishop Jakes just minding his business. I'm not sure why he ended up on there. Okay, so I right. Let's the Jelena's is Molly music. Guess Mellon used is amazing. I like his music as well. I'm okay. Hold on. I'm just go to my platelets. Requ it. I got a really bomb worship play lis-. I'll put some of them on the wild woman playlist on Spotify and it's I mean salons, Alison to salons. Let's seeing her. I listen to her age e arm..

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Bill Clinton and Smokey Robinson to speak at Aretha Franklin's funeral

24 Hour News

02:38 min | 2 years ago

Bill Clinton and Smokey Robinson to speak at Aretha Franklin's funeral

"Plans are coming together for Aretha Franklin's funeral in Detroit. WW J's Vicki Thomas takes. A closer look former President Bill Clinton will speak at the Queen of souls, funeral next Friday Aretha Franklin sang at both of Clinton's inaugural celebrations also set to, speak longtime, friend smokey Robinson, former US. Attorney Eric Holder. Judge Greg Mathis Jesse Jackson Al Sharpton Bishop TD Jakes governor Rick Snyder, mayor Mike Duggan and the list goes on. Bishop Charles Alice the third is pastor of greater grace temple where the funeral. Will be held, and he says it'll be. A long service it is absolutely amazing the way. These things evolve but when you deal with people who, have been given much much has been required them and they have met those requirements, in terms Being so gracious to to to, be a public person trying to live a private life and to accommodate people You know these services you. Can't put them in a box and you can't put them in one hour he's gotta is, what it is, and so just how long I. Think it's going to be right up there with Rosa Parks his funeral service and. That was, about six hours I just don't see how you can you know this person is is just huge you know she's. Just somebody that the world loves and everybody wants to know this to know that here this debt and accommodate so it's going, to be, what, it's, going, to be, a, laundry list, of performers, will pay, tribute to the Queen of soul including shock Akon faith Hill's Stevie Wonder Jennifer Hudson Fantasia Yolanda Adams Shirley Caesar the. Clark sisters and Jennifer Hudson to name a few musical tributes from both gospel artists as well as secular artists all. Of the, songs will be gospel songs that that that that will be saying minute them in celebration of her of course her amazing grace album with James Cleveland back in the mid seventies that. That album zone I don't know how many million millions. And listen that album is still continuing right now to this day and, probably wanna, have, a, great, resurgence you, know, now that, the Queen, has made, a transition and he reminds everyone that the service is not open to the public it is private family and close. Friends and again they are continuing to evolve that list and and we're waiting to get the final list and once. We get, this we'll we'll see what happens Thanks four thousand real seats here agree resemble

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Bill Clinton and Smokey Robinson to speak at Aretha Franklin's funeral

Jim Bohannon

02:30 min | 2 years ago

Bill Clinton and Smokey Robinson to speak at Aretha Franklin's funeral

"Look President Bill Clinton will speak at the Queen, of souls funeral next Friday Aretha Franklin sang at both of Clinton's inaugural celebrations also, set to, speak longtime friend, smokey Robinson. Former US Attorney. Eric Holder judge Greg Mathis Jesse Jackson Al Sharpton Bishop TD Jakes governor, Rick Snyder mayor Mike Duggan and the list. Goes on Bishop Charles Ellis the third is pastor of greater grace temple where the funeral will, be held and he says. It'll be a long service it is absolutely amazing the, way these. Things have evolved you know but when you deal with, people who have been given much much has been required them and they have met those requirements in terms of being so, gracious To to to be a public, person trying. To live a private life and to accommodate people these, kind of services you can't put them in a box and you can't put them in one hour He's gotta is what it is and so just how long I think it's going to be. Right up there with Rosa Parks his funeral service and that was about six hours I, just don't see how you can This, person is is just huge you know. She's just, somebody that, the world loves everybody wants you know to know this to know that. Here this to the net and accommodate so he's going be what it's going to be in a laundry list of performers will, pay tribute to the, Queen, of soul, including, shock a, faith Hill's, Stevie Wonder, Jennifer Hudson Fantasia Yolanda Adams Shirley Caesar the Clark sisters and Jennifer Hudson to name a few musical tributes from both. Gospel artists as well as secular artists all the songs will be gospel songs that that that that will be saying. A minute, them in celebration of her of course, her amazing grace album with revenue James Cleveland back in. The mid seventies that that album sold I don't know how many million millions and listen bad album is still continuing right now to this day. And probably, wanna have a great resurgence you know now that the Queen has made a transition and. He reminds everyone that the service is Is not open to the public it is private yes family and close friends and again they are continuing to evolve that list. And and waiting to get the final list once we get that finalist we'll we'll see what happens Pair four thousand. Real seats here agree resemble

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Thousands march to protest Canada pipeline expansion project

NPR News Now

04:40 min | 2 years ago

Thousands march to protest Canada pipeline expansion project

"Live from NPR News in Washington, I'm Barbara Klein, Defense Secretary, James Mattis is warning Russia and the Syrian Government of unspecified, U S action. If reports that they've carried out chlorine gas attacks are confirmed and peers, David. Well, no reports Mattis made the comment today is he begins a trip to the Middle East while flying to Oman. Mattis said, he only had reports that the Syrian regime is using chlorine gas in eastern Gouta Still, he warned three times that in his words, It would be very unwise for someone to use gas reserves, full political maneuvering sugared that he believed appropriate. And our other western nations that have been in contact with this were what you're niche very closely at are completely alarmed with us. Last April, the US bombarded, a Syrian airbase after accusing the regime, there are of Seren gas attacks Mattis said that Russia, which supports that regime either as incompetent or in cahoots with it. David well-nigh NPR News traveling with the defense secretary in with Scott Oman in France Marine Le Pen has been reelected to lead the far right National Front Party after losing last year's presidential election Lapan is trying to re-brand the party proposing to change its name to national rally and his Jakes again, role reports from Paris. She's also officially cutting ties with her father who's the party co-founder national from members voted to officially Get rid of the parties President of honor status held by marines, Father Jean-Marie Le Pen since 2011 It's another moved to reposition the party for another run at the French Presidency and 2020 two leading up to last year's race that elected Emmanuel Macron the pen had vigorously campaigned to rebrand the National Front in scrub the party of its anti Semitic and racist routes. Jean-Marie Le Pen who co-founded the party and 19 72 is a holocaust denier For NPR News. I'm Jakes again wrote in Paris. In Vancouver. Canada dueling protests this weekend over the proposed expansion of an oil pipeline from Alberta to the Pacific Ocean. Greg McAuliffe says, reporter us supporters of the project. Our wrap numbered several thousand gathered and spur of in Vancouver to voice their strong opposition to the pipeline. Only a couple of hundred gathered a few miles away and support if the expansion does go ahead of the capacity were actually exceed the Keystone XL pipeline. Nearly eight hundred ninety thousand barrels a day will make its way from the neighboring province of Alberta to the Pacific coast loaded on tankers. It will then pass through British Columbia and Washington State waters on route to China. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau calls the project in Canada's best interest. Schools across the US are preparing for students to walk out for seventeen minutes on Wednesday organised organizers of the Women's March are calling for the protest. After seventeen people were killed in a school shooting in Florida. This is NPR. China's National People's Congress made it official today. President Xi Jinping can serve for life. The nearly three thousand delegates voted to lift presidential term limits today, only two voted against the move three abstained Columbia is holding congressional elections today. The former FARC rebel group is fielding candidates for the first time. Since it gave up its weapons Under a peace deal to become a left-wing political party. As the BBC's Katie Watson reports, the deal guarantees FARC will hold ten of Colombia's two hundred eighty congressional seats vest mopping bullets him about it. Spent that message is the same. The fog once-defiant the rights of the poor and widen a political field in a country with gaping inequalities. While some Colombians have welcomed the pin, its new come as many more thin. It's too soon to see them in positions of power. One of the biggest criticisms of the Peacedale. Is it these fighters turn politicians should have been punished for their crimes before standing for office, and that's expected to be reflected in how people vote few want to choose a politician deemed to have blood on their hands. The BBC's Katie Watson rock star Bono is apologizing over allegations, that staff at a charity he said up, We're bullied by says he's furious over charges by staff at his anti-poverty One charity office in Johannesburg one former staff member says she was demoted when she refused to have sex with a foreign government official. I'm Barbara Klein, NPR News.

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"jakes" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"jakes" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"So as stayed at my parents house in dallas even though my hosts were very gracious they offered me a hotel as long as my parents have four walls in a bid i mean even if it's just one i will be staying at my parents house and saw a stayed at my parents house my father was very busy i wasn't expecting for him to do anything beyond just be there and allow me to just soak up his love and wisdom and presence and but let me tell you a bishop bishop jakes made me an offer that i could not refuse or confuse okay i had to understand clearly what was happening in the moment here's what happened bishop jakes told me to go into the kitchen and warm up a rose that he had cooked a couple of days before he said it was delicious i'll go into the kitchen akane faunal russ turns out somebody through the rust away as a daddy ainhoa more rose left i'm sorry you want me to make something you want me to warm you up something different and he said all man it was good you not i hate that is not inner then bishop jakes told me what are you hungry i'll make you anything you want to eat one and you know i know he's tired he's busy he's done lord's work he be on the highways and byways doing the lord's work okay so asset listen that you're tired i understand your tire and i don't want to impose on you while you're tired i love you i don't want you to have to go through nothin' okay and so he said not i make you anything you want acid anything you know and as too big of a decision for me to make on my own so i had to enlist my brother jamaa passage amar here's the thing daddy says that he will make us anything we want right now in this moment is seven pm on a.

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