37 Burst results for "Jesus Christ"

Fresh update on "jesus christ" discussed on Timothy Keller Sermons Podcast by Gospel in Life

Timothy Keller Sermons Podcast by Gospel in Life

01:16 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jesus christ" discussed on Timothy Keller Sermons Podcast by Gospel in Life

"He is something much, much, much, much bigger than John expected. And John realized that if he's the one, a relationship with him will be limitless in its commitment, John realizes that if Jesus is the one, if he's not wicked or crazy, you see there's no in between now. If he's not wicked and crazy, it means that Jesus can demand anything. And he can give anything that a relationship with this messiah would be very different than with an inoffensive messiah, a relationship with an offensive messiah like this means that the relationship will be all absorbing and limitless in the commitment. And John scared and he's worried, and he's offended because of these claims it makes makes you little. I mean, when somebody makes these tremendous claims it's saying, if you relate to me, I'm going to be boss. I'm absolute lord if you relate to me. And there's nothing in the middle anymore. Wicked or crazy? See? Or else utterly God, utterly lord. Nothing in the middle. Boy, that's upsetting. The claims, John didn't expect him aside to talk like this, but then secondly, the cross. Now you say, well, what did John know about the cross? We'll see. John knew enough to see the direction Jesus career was taking. And his own career, Jesus was taking the way of weakness. He wasn't marshaling an army. He wasn't marshaling political party. He was vulnerable. Look at his servant John, is absolutely vulnerable. Smashed like a bug. And John wants to know, wait a minute, what is going on here? He's confused and say, Paul says, if Jesus Christ had come in power and said, I'm going to save you through an example. Here's the way you should live. That wouldn't have offended us, but Paul says, the cross offenses. You know why? Here's Jack. Imagine this. Jack gives John a present. Oh, thank you, John says. And he starts to open the present. And it's a book. How to win Friends and influence people. So John looks at Jack and says, why have you given me this gift? You know, and Jack says. You need it. Yeah, John is offended because you see some gifts can't be accepted unless you admit that you're a social clutch. But there's never been a gift like the cross. If Jesus Christ had come in strength to save us and said, here is the example. Follow me, I'm leading. I'll show you what to do. But he came in weakness. The cross says you are so lost, and you are so helpless that only the death of the son of God will save you, and he's going to take what you deserve. Watch what happens to him. That's what you deserve. There's no way to say thank you for that gift without saying, I'm a lost helpless sinner. I need grace and nothing but grace. And therefore, John was offended, and Jesus says, good, you're on the right track. Now, why would he say that? Here's why. Unless you feel the offensiveness of Jesus Christ, he will never be a transforming presence in your life. Jesus is actually glad that John's offended. He's getting rid of the sentimental. Don't let anybody listen, I want no one here to let the modern theories that try to make Jesus inoffensive that try for that middle ground that Jesus by his offensiveness removes, don't be duped by them. See, people will say, well, listen, I believe in a Jesus Christ, who is just a teacher of love, I believe in a Jesus Christ who said, I love everyone just the way they are, and he teaches us how to say, I love you just the way you are. But in your effort to make Jesus inoffensive, you have made nonsense of history because why in the world would anyone want to execute Mr.

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Stanford Band Mocks LDS Beliefs

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:20 min | 3 d ago

Stanford Band Mocks LDS Beliefs

"Stanford band at Stanford University, the band. Stages controversial halftime skit during football game against BYU. A halftime performance during BYU football's visit to Stanford Saturday night. Is causing a stir on social media for its content, lampooning, latter day saint beliefs. The Stanford University band, mocked, LDS, Mormon beliefs. Why wouldn't they? They went to Stanford. Every elite university has at its core, a contempt for every expression of Christianity. I know that many Christians do not be Mormons, theologically Christian. I have no desire to enter that issue. But it would be a little odd to deny that a church calling itself The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints, has no connection to Christianity.

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Fresh update on "jesus christ" discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

02:03 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jesus christ" discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Of opportunity for other ministries. I mean, a lot of promoters, churches, grassed onto this and said, you know, we got kids here that want this. And it opened up ministries for so many different avenues. You know, street witnessing and getting into amusement parks, Knott's Berry Farm and playing things like that. It really really exploded. It's interesting to me because I remember on the first record, there was a message from pastor bob beamon who I just met tonight he's here. It was super excited to be pastor bob. Was he was he instrumental in helping the band get off the ground? Like, why was his message on your album? Well, I mean, he was the one that was taking care of the follow-up, so many, so many folks were giving to their hearts to the lord back in 1984, 85, 83. And they really didn't have a place to fellowship. You basically have people coming off of Hollywood Boulevard coming into the average baptist church, and they were like, oh my gosh, what's going on there? And so that's where we created sanctuary as a follow-up. And so yeah, so bob and bob's probably over there somewhere. And he's always been a part of what we were doing. And so, you know, he's helped us through a lot of tough times and help guide us. And so, but yeah, so that was a really good way to have follow it. Because you know, four guys, we can't do it. I mean, you can't follow up with everybody. Billy Graham couldn't do it. I mean, so there was an extended family that helped him to do the follow-up. Hey, and let me just say one of the best things about this. Some of the best news that I can tell you that I've ever heard is when I hear a message or I get an email or a text message from somebody that said, hey man, I gave my heart to Christ in 1986 at a baron cross concert. And I want to let you know, hey, hang on. The best part is coming. I want to let you know that I'm pastoring a church now. That is good news. Isn't it? You can't ask for any better news than that because not only are they given their hearts to Christ, but they're actually doing something and being a doer and pastoring. I love hearing that. So do you have any stories that you remember of a kid coming up to you and saying, I need help, or you've saved us or I'm sure you got that quite often over the years, yeah, well, really in a lot of the fan mail that we've received. I've gotten so many stories from people, personal stories and very intimate sometimes stories on what they were dealing with and how the overcame something because of a certain influence that we had upon them. And you know, it's not us. It's really God that does this in the heart of man. We're just a vehicle. And so, you know, for us, the music has a purpose. We love playing this music and we know it's a gift from God. We can't take credit. I can't take credit for my lead vocals. I'm thanking God that he gave me this gift. It's a gift so you can't take credit for what you're given. But I use it for God's glory. I try. And try to make the best of it. And it just comes natural. I want to do this because it's in my heart to want people to know what we have. And what we have is the best thing in the world. It's the most fulfilling thing. When you know Jesus Christ, and you've surrendered everything to him, that is the most fulfilling place to be. And I have been in a place where I was surrendered to myself. I spoke a little bit about this last night, where I was completely, I mean, I went a little bit off the deep edge for a while. Several years. And just serving myself, really. But I knew something was wrong. And so eventually I'll just make a long story short. I totally surrendered and repented to Christ. I never went back. And it's the most fulfilling place that I have ever been in. After completely fulfilling all my desires and whatever I wanted to do from going from that to a fulfilling Jesus Christ desires and all he wants me to do, it's such a

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Why Evangelicals Shouldn't Fear Sacramental Worship

Your Daily Prayer

02:01 min | 4 d ago

Why Evangelicals Shouldn't Fear Sacramental Worship

"Why do you think there is this fear or suspicion in the evangelical world over sacramental practices? You know, I think one concern that evangelicals have and that I had was that if you if you used, if you were to engage in the sacraments, you could make an idol out of them. And that they could be something that you were worshiping instead of Jesus Christ. And you know, that's something that we all have to guard against, that we don't replace Jesus with something that is religious, that maybe looks like Jesus, but actually isn't him. And we really want to follow the second commandment. We will not set up idols to worship. And so I think that's one concern. And I think another concern that people have is just the physical nature of liturgical worship that it involves your body. We're really strong in the evangelical world on what they know our thoughts and our feelings, reaching the heart and reaching the head, both of which matter to God. And but involving our bodies is another matter. And this is, this is one way that we can actually just honor the incarnation of Jesus Christ that he became flesh. You know, he took on a human body and in fact went to the cross and was resurrected in a human body. And today, praise God, he sits at God's right hand and intercedes for us in a human body. And when we're resurrected with him, when we rise on that final day, boy, we will stand before him in a body that has been resurrected. So, you know, the lord involves the human body in Salvation. And what liturgy and sacraments do is it sort of honors the bodies that God has given us as a gift. And just honors the fact that matter matters, you could say that matter matters. We don't worship creation, but we do honor creation as our lord did.

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Christ Gives Boldness in Faith

The Bible in a Year

02:46 min | Last week

Christ Gives Boldness in Faith

"Let's go back to the acts of the apostles first. Oh, goodness gracious. Okay, so at the beginning, what do we have? The context, of course, Peter and John, going into the temple. There was the man who was crippled, right? He couldn't walk. And in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, the lord heals him through Peter, and this is incredible. Now, what happens? Is there being brought before the priest, the captain of the temple, and the sadducees. Now, I love that this says they're annoyed because they're annoyed. The savages are annoyed, captain of the temple, priest, they're annoyed. All those people are annoyed. Why are they annoyed? This is the interesting thing. They're annoyed because they were teaching the people and proclaiming in Jesus the resurrection of the dead. Remember what the sadducees? The difference between the pharisees and sad duties. I mean, there's a lot of differences, but the sadness is the only believed in the first 5 books of Moses, right? The sadducees didn't believe in angels, the sadducees did not believe in the resurrection of the dead. And one of the ways we can remember that, of course, is that the pharisees and sadducees, the pharisees believed in the resurrection and the Sagittarius didn't, and that's why they were sad, you see. Old joke. Okay, but it says merely that they were annoyed. And I think that that is interesting. Anyways, here is Peter and John that brought before the council that's the same people that they were both Peter and John were in the presence of essentially during Jesus trial, which is remarkable to remember, because the first time we don't hear anything about John, we know that John went all the way with Jesus to the crucifixion, but we did hear about Peter, and we do know that Peter, he failed, right? In that moment, he was not bold in that moment he cracked and he denied knowing Jesus at three times and yet now this is incredible. First 8, Peter, filled with the Holy Spirit, said to them, rulers of the people and elders, if we are being examined today, concerning a good deed done to a cripple by what means this man has been healed, be it known to you all, and to all the people of Israel, that by the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, whom you crucified whom God raised from the dead by him, this man is standing before you well, and goes on to say this is incredible. This is a cornerstone line, not only because it speaks about the cornerstone in first 11, but in verse 12, the line is, and there is Salvation in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved. This is, this is huge, because Jesus himself had said, I am the way the truth and the life. No one comes to the father except through me. And here's Peter, who's making it very clear. There is Salvation and no one else. There's no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved. And now the key word I think of chapter four is boldness, right? Keyword of chapter four is it says multiple times that they're filled with boldness. And this is remarkable. Observing them to be common, ordinary, uneducated men, and yet they have this new quality. And the quality is not theirs. It says they recognize that they had been with Jesus.

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Eric Welcomes 'The Promise Code' Author O.S. Hawkins to the Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

Eric Welcomes 'The Promise Code' Author O.S. Hawkins to the Show

"OS Hawkins, welcome back. Good to see you. Thank you. Joy to be with you. You know, when your name is what my name is, you have to go by initials. You know, for my Jewish friends, they say, what's OS stand for? And I say Oscar Schindler. To my Arab Friends, they say, I say Omar Sharif. But the truth is their old family names, and so I consequently just go by initials OS. And they're so unpleasant. You won't even share them with my smile. Now you know. What is it? Swafford. Swafford. Swafford. Not spafford, swafford. Squawk. I wish you watched. I've heard I could have a claim to fame. Right. Right. My gosh. Well, listen, there's always so much I want to talk to you about, but I want to be real clear. You have a new book out called the promise code 40 Bible promises. Every believer should claim. Now, if you don't live in Dallas, there are many people listening to this program right now. They don't even get that idea of what do you mean Bible promises I should claim. Where do you get the idea that there are these things in the Bible that I can claim? What is that whole idea of claiming a Bible promise? How is it even biblical to claim a Bible promise? I think it is, but I would love you. You're the theologian. I would love you to just explain that to our audience. Well, Eric, there was a perversion about naming it and claiming it several years ago in the Christian faith. In other words, if I see a big new automobile I just name it and claim it. God, I'm a claim that you give it to me. That is just perverted biblical truth. Is anything could be. What we talk about when we talk about claiming a Bible verse, Adrian Rogers used to say when God names it, you can claim it. For example, the Bible promises whoever believes on the name of the lord Jesus Christ shall be saved.

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Why AJ Has a Hard Time Believing the Midterm Election Results

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:40 min | 2 weeks ago

Why AJ Has a Hard Time Believing the Midterm Election Results

"Anyhow, this person, Jim, aggressively, the president of this just facts organization. He authored the study, basically it means that if you in the United States, you live here, you're born, and you spend your life here, your odds of your life ending by murder are one in 179 over your life. Not over a year or any other time frame. It's just, here's his quote, it's just somebody's gonna murder you before you die of natural causes, an accident, suicide, whatever it may be. Jesus Christ. This is another reason why I have a hard time believing the midterm elections. Call me and deny her all you want. I don't care. Because in addition to this startling report, I just can't believe how many people watch their neighbor lose their business of 30 years. Their grandmother died alone in a nursing home. Their cousin die of fentanyl overdose. Their friend's son got thrown on the subway tracks and killed and their aunt took a second job to pay for gas. And then they saw all that happening and they said, you know, I'll take some more of this. Yeah, I'll go vote blue again. Yeah, I think federman's great for the job. Yeah, Katie Hobbs was great. Didn't hear debate didn't really see her at all, didn't campaign, but she's great, right? I can't take this. We're all too smart to believe this. But if you doubt it, you're immediately called a denier. Anybody who thinks everything's on the up and up is out of their mind. It's not on the up and up. Anyhow,

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Mormon church says it will support same-sex marriage law

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Mormon church says it will support same-sex marriage law

"The Mormon church says it will support the same sex marriage law I'm Lisa dwyer The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints says it supports efforts underway in Congress to safeguard same sex marriage rights The nearly 17 million member Utah based faith said in a statement that church doctrine would continue to consider same sex relationships to be against God's commandments yet it said it would support rights for same sex couples as long as they don't infringe upon religious groups rights to believe as they choose Support for the respect for marriage act under consideration in Congress is a church's latest step to stake out a more welcoming stance towards the LGBTQ community while holding firm to its belief the same sex relationships are sinful

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Is Pres. Trump Making Enemies of Ron DeSantis and Glenn Youngkin?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Is Pres. Trump Making Enemies of Ron DeSantis and Glenn Youngkin?

"Big Trump fan. Yeah, I like Trump. I mean, I voted for him. I would vote for him again if he's the, if he's the choice. If he's the nominee, if he's the nominee. He's your problem. But no, this is ridiculous. I mean, as a woman, it really turns off, I think, all the suburban moms because he's just so obnoxious. It's such a narcissist that I'm like, can you please just shut up for 5 minutes? It's like now he's and now he's trying to he's telling people he's not trying to tell me, but something about Glenn youngkin's Chinese. His name sounds Chinese. Why is he making enemies? That's what I just don't understand. He's not Chinese, by the way. We checked. And he's not. He's American. Gosh. But what gets me? It's not so much Trump. Trump will say this. This is why this is why it's dangerous. There are some people out there, and they believe that president Trump is Jesus Christ, and with good hair, okay? That's what there are people out there, and they truly, everything Trump says is the gospel truth. And if you deviate from the Trump agenda, just a smidge, you are crucified while the biblical I've got to make sure we don't commit sacrilege here. But there really is a large segment of the conservative movement that feels that way. And they don't believe Trump can do any wrong. They don't believe he has anything to apologize for and anybody who decides they're going to run against Donald Trump is a liberal. So there are actually people out there right now in this nation who are conservatives who believe that Ron DeSantis is some sort of a leftist plant, a globalist and they're going to be saying the same thing about governor Glenn youngkin that he's really a Chinese plant. He's a Chinese spy. But people really believe this stuff. So here's my question. And then there are others like,

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Johnny Depp Loses Libel Case Over Sun 'Wife Beater' Claim

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:24 min | 3 weeks ago

Johnny Depp Loses Libel Case Over Sun 'Wife Beater' Claim

"You know it won't be fine, Johnny Depp, Jesus Christ, talk about a ruined reputation. Because if you haven't heard already it's official, a British court found him to be a wife beater. They ruled against him in his libel suit against the sun, high court judge mister justice Nicole. So proper. Laid out his decision in a 129 page ruling and he said that after he went over the 14 allegations of abuse, he believed that Johnny Depp did assault Amber Heard and that all her allegations against him messed with her career. The judge said the claimant, mister Depp has not succeeded in his action for liable, the defendants, the son and news group newspapers have shown that what they published in the meaning, which I have held the words to bear was substantially true, the judge also defended Amber Heard against Johnny calling her a dirty gold digger. Because this judge believes that no self respecting gold digger would donate a $7 million divorce settlement to charity, even though listeners to my show know that that $7 million actually came from Elon Musk. How she's paying him back, we can only imagine. But justice Nicole believes that Johnny showed his real feelings about amber in that horrible email where he wished she were dead.

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Why Are We Afraid of Being Free?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:32 min | 3 weeks ago

Why Are We Afraid of Being Free?

"But going back to this story of freedom and why freedom is so scary for some and I wrote about this years ago is because freedom requires a personal responsibility. And that's what I didn't have necessarily in the worldwide church of God. Everything was incumbent upon what this church did or incumbent upon being a member of this particular church and somehow I thought that would buy me Amnesty, if you will, or I would get a pass to go to go to heaven, but once I became a Christian, things became different. I had to really start looking at my life with the help of the Bible and God speaking to me through the Bible and it was like, man, I'm really lacking in this area. I really stink in this area. And all of a sudden, it became scary because as I started to self examine based upon the Bible, I was like, man, I'm not this person who I thought I was. I was singing on my thoughts. I was seeing all of my inadequacies. They all came to front to my, you know, to mind. And I just sat there thinking, God, help me. And he did. Thank God. I mean, I believe in Jesus Christ, I'm a Christian. And I believe that he saved me from the wrath of God. And I truly do believe that, but it was really scary at the time, because now my behavior wasn't going to, I wasn't going to get to. I had to check my behavior.

Who Is in Authority in America?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:33 min | Last month

Who Is in Authority in America?

"In the American framework, though, we must take a step back and ask ourselves the question, who is an authority in America? So at the surface reading, a pastor says, well, the mayor is an authority or the city council is an authority or the no, no, no, no. The founding fathers completely changed the game, where it's we the people that are actually in charge. And so it's completely different. And so every pastor that was quoting that, I have to say this lovingly is that that was the theologically theologically wrong in the American framework because instead it's the mayors, the city council, the governors who should have been submitting to us. That's for them in the American context because the people are the sovereign and instead it was used as an excuse to be able to take Easter away from us, Pentecost away from us, which resulted in the most depressed, suicidal alcohol addicted and drug addicted and psychiatric addicted generation in history, the least religious generation history. I just want to paint a picture of what could have been and you can't go back and do things, but you can correct error in the future and learn from it. Imagine if the American church would have said, we're not doing these lockdowns. The people are the sovereign. I think a lot of the misery and suffering from young people that otherwise went to pornography, drugs, suicide, and hopelessness. What if the American church would have said, we're open for business. We're here to heal you, you know, buy Jesus Christ, we're here to accept you. We're here to show you compassion and love. It could have been a revival because you know how I know this. The churches that did open, they saw a revival happen in their doors, like

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Charlie Describes How He Gave His Life to the Lord

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:11 min | Last month

Charlie Describes How He Gave His Life to the Lord

"Won't begin on like, tell this group how you came to face. Yeah, it was the most important decision I ever made in my life. And if there's anyone here that hasn't yet given your life to the lord, hopefully my story will have some impact on you. I gave my life to the lord in 5th grade, and it was the most critical decision I made, and when I made it, I remember I somewhat understood it, but every single year, my goodness, as I got older, 6, 7th 8th grade high school. And now where I am today, it just grows in depth and understanding of what grace is and how, you know, how much God loves us and how we're made in his image. And so in 5th grade, I remember my teacher kind of explained the differences of worldview, explain the need for every single person to reconcile with their creator through Jesus Christ. And I gave my life to the lord. And since then, I have, you know, let's just say since 5th grade, obviously went through high school and then I started turning point USA and that's grown to be this amazing movement that it is today. And I could tell you, you know, for everyone out there that might be challenging and wrestling, you know, what you believe and why you believe it. It changes everything you do. And you're boring new, literally, when you give your life to the lord.

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It's on Us to Change This Country

The Officer Tatum Show

02:10 min | Last month

It's on Us to Change This Country

"One person can be changed by something you say. And that one person can change millions of people. Think about the person who woke me up. Think about it. Somebody woke me up. That's one person. And then I am now influencing millions of people. It only takes one person. It only takes one person for you to talk to. It's almost like the gospel of Jesus Christ. Jesus told us apostles go to the door knocking on preach the gospel if they turn on you. Dust your shoulders off. And walk to the next place. Don't waste your time with idiots. Who sit there and cry by Trump. He's a racist, just walked past that person. If auntie is like, Donald Trump is raised, don't even talk to auntie. Auntie is lost. Go to your cousin. Go to your neighbor. Go to your friend on the job. They say my pronouns or she and hers and his skip that person. Go to the person next to them that's reasonable, rational, and that may actually make a difference. I want us to go full throttle. Y'all going to hear me talk about this every single day to the election. And then I'm going to throw the election party and we're going to watch a red tsunami. But we want it to be a tsunami. We don't want to be a wave. We want to be a red Armageddon. We want to whip them so bad though, the world ends. That's how bad we want it to be. It's world changing. This is over. This is the Guinness Book of World Records. We don't want to just be mediocre. We don't want to just be status quo. We don't want to just run through them like they did under the Obama administration. When he lost, I don't know how many seats in the House and Senate. I want you to understand that Obama had a greater approval rating than Biden could ever dream of and he still lost the House and the Senate. By a ton of people to imagine what's going to happen to Joe Biden, but we need to put the nail in the coffin and make sure it happens, and there's no chance for them to come up for air, we need to outvote them, outperform them, out preach them, and we need to change this country.

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The Driving Force of the Assault on Manhood With Victor Davis Hanson

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:43 min | Last month

The Driving Force of the Assault on Manhood With Victor Davis Hanson

"If you had to choose which of the sources, the focal points of the assault is most damaging, is it academe? Is it wokeness? Is it the assault on faith the assault on family? Is it third, fourth way, feminism? What is the epicenter, the driving force of the assault? If you had to choose one. If I happen to do one, I was suppose is the university. That's where all bad ideas start and they start with the premise that their leisure, and their affluence that allows them to have a pretty soft, critical life of other people, is basically the result of the work of men from Greece through the Roman period, the renaissance, to the enlightenment, to America. And so they target particular men that they hate. They hate the founders. Can not stand the founders. They can not stand Jesus Christ. They can not stand Socrates. So in their way of thinking, even though they enjoy the elements, they take it for granted of market capitalism, reason, individual freedom, constitutional government, scientific inquiry divorce from superstition, and that's what make them that's what made them who they are. They hate the people who gave them that and for some reason they focus on men. Men, men, men did it. And each group then says, well, I want to live in the United States. I'm risking my life to come across the border or I'm a feminist corporate mover and shaker, but I don't like these white men who created this society which I indulge in.

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John Lovell Reflects on Helping Veterans in Crisis

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:15 min | Last month

John Lovell Reflects on Helping Veterans in Crisis

"What we said earlier about the mighty oaks foundation that supports veterans who are contemplating suicide. Do you have a theory as to why we have this inordinate epidemic of combat veterans who contemplate doing that? Is there something that the brotherhood isn't providing them or the system isn't providing the bravest of the brave? Have you thought about that, John? I have and before I go into it, thank you for the question. I just want to say really a true thanks for loving my brothers in arms. And that is a tragic video that I just saw. But thank you for giving and raising awareness and for all you that are listening and donating, that means a great amount to me. You're welcome. Now, to my brothers that are struggling, there are internal wounds that are very, very difficult to heal. I was a Christian and service. I saw some bad stuff. I had to do some bad stuff. I do feel like I had a very perfect and awesome coping mechanism, and that was my faith in Jesus Christ. I was able to heal in great ways through that. Some people do not have that relationship. They don't have a bounce back, mechanism, and there's also some real physical factors as well, which may need different treatments in addition. And I'm sympathetic to that of traumatic brain injury. That's a real deal. PTSD. It's an internal wound to that. That's a real big deal, but I think practically speaking that a lot of veterans need to find a new mission. They need to reintegrate toward a new goal in a completely different context. And that's a civilian context. And I remember civilians can be extremely difficult to integrate with sometimes because you see some weaknesses that are widespread in the civilian community compared to the military stuff. And what I'd point out is they'll be like, yeah, but civilians also have a lot of strengths compared to a vet entering the workplace. And so it's all about improvise adapt, overcome, understand who your new brothers in arms are to your left and right, find a new mission integrated forgive any misgivings because they're going to have to forgive us of our, you know, brash, un politically correct, unpolished junk as well, and you move on,

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The world in worship: Jews in Jerusalem celebrate Sukkot at the Western Wall, Peruvian Catholics revive a tradition, and Muslims celebrate the Prophet's birthday

AP News Radio

02:06 min | Last month

The world in worship: Jews in Jerusalem celebrate Sukkot at the Western Wall, Peruvian Catholics revive a tradition, and Muslims celebrate the Prophet's birthday

"On this week's AP religion roundup the world in worship Jews in Jerusalem celebrate suco at the Western Wall Peruvian Catholics revive a tradition and Muslims celebrate the prophet's birthday Thousands of Jewish worshippers attended the priestly blessing at the Western Wall in Jerusalem on Wednesday The traditional blessing attended by tens of thousands of worshipers has held three times a year including this year's sukha holiday It's a weeklong holiday that celebrates the harvest and God's protection during the Hebrew flight from Egypt Thousands of Christians from around the world also marched through Jerusalem singing songs and blowing the traditional Jewish shofar horn To celebrate suco and support Israel Israel has cultivated close ties in recent years with evangelical Christians Many of whom profess a strong affinity for the Jewish faith and consider modern Israeli history as fulfilling biblical prophecy Carl helberg a Maori Christian from New Zealand says the gathering speaks to his identity and his faith I come from a indigenous Maori people in New Zealand and I bring my flavor here and my understanding of who the God of Israel is and who is Sanders you saw the sign A few days earlier Muslims marched through the streets of Jerusalem to celebrate the birth of Islam's prophet Muhammad Mao lid was celebrated by Muslims around the world Including Sudan where hundreds of Sufi worshippers wore colorful outfits and performed rituals in celebration In Peru the country's most popular Roman Catholic procession the lord of miracles returned to the streets of Lima for the first time since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic The procession venerates a 17th century rendering of Jesus Christ The procession culminated with the giant replica painting being carried to a monastery where the original lord of miracles mural is located I'm Walter ratliff

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Colonel Allen West Addresses the Herschel Walker Saga

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:33 min | Last month

Colonel Allen West Addresses the Herschel Walker Saga

"Your take right now on the Herschel Walker situation in Georgia? I know your Friends with Herschel Walker, some conservatives, are turning their back on Herschel and what's your thought on that and how should we react to the media smear job of Herschel Walker? Well, it's good to be with you, Charlie, and it's incredible. I'm out here at your compound in Phoenix, Arizona, and you're there in Texas where I live. So obviously our plan is to pass each other in the middle of the day or tonight. Look, the thing that we have to understand is that there are two different sets of rules for the left and for conservatives. And right now, I think there was an article written in town hall dot com but I think Scott Morgan and he talked about looking beyond these attacks and these things that people are bringing out and focus on, what is the long issue? Do we want to have Raphael Warnock continue to be a senator from the state of Georgia to continue to vote along a very dangerous agenda, which undermines the morality of this country? No person out there is completely perfect. The only perfect person to walk this earth was our lord to say that Jesus Christ. So we all have our flaws. And I think that one of the things we have to start looking at is again. Let's address the issues. And the left is always good about attacking personalities and character that they believe. But I think that in the long run, if you want to talk about who's going to be best for the state of Georgia, who's going to be best as a senator, or the United States of America without a doubt is for sure. And

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Pastor Robert Jeffress Blasts Gavin Newsom for Misquoting Jesus

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:02 min | Last month

Pastor Robert Jeffress Blasts Gavin Newsom for Misquoting Jesus

"Doctor Jeffers on that note, and I want to get back to your book in just a moment here, but I've noticed of late. There have been people within the pro abortion movement and the transgender as a movement that are actually using Bible verses to make their case and their point. Your reaction as a pastor. Well, Gavin Newsom is the latest example who has put up billboards, not just in California, but around the country, quoting the words of Jesus to support abortion and the words he quoted were from Mark when Jesus said love your neighbor as yourself. Well, you know, there are people burning in hell for a lot less than what Gavin Newsom has done and blaspheme in the words of Jesus Christ. If he's going to quote Jesus and what he had to say about abortion, the verse he should have put up on the billboard is what Jesus said, it is better for somebody to have a millstone tied around his neck and be cast in the be than to harm a little child. Wow.

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Dr. Robert Jeffress: Three Things That Can Happen to Your Money

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:16 min | Last month

Dr. Robert Jeffress: Three Things That Can Happen to Your Money

"I think a lot of Americans right now are tired. They're weary, they're bone weary, and they're afraid. People are afraid for their finances. They're afraid of the crime running rampant in the streets of America. They're afraid of so many things. And yet the one way to face your fear is to is to pray is to remember God the creator and Jesus Christ our savior and we got to remember those things and sometimes I think we forget. And that's right. You know, one of the chapters in this book, the Jesus talked about was about worry and wealth. There's a lot to worry about your finances right now. Skyrocketing inflation, gas prices, plummeting stock market. Jesus said, don't lay up for yourselves treasures on earth or moth and rust destroy and thieves break in and steal, lay up for yourselves, treasures in heaven. You know, Mike, when you think about it, there are only three things that can happen to your money and none of them is good. You can lose it. It can be stolen from you or ultimately. You're going to leave it all behind. And Jesus said instead of worrying about your wealth, trust God. Look at the birds of the air. They don't worry about balancing their checkbook. They're having father provides for them. He'll do the same for you.

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"jesus christ" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

06:24 min | 5 months ago

"jesus christ" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

"Well, Susie Larson has been our guest today on focus on the family. And what encouragement for all of us to contend for our God given identity. That's a good stuff, John. And I wish I had heard this message when I was in high school. It's such a confusing time with so many paths available that will take you to one kind of future or another. I'll never forget when I was 17. I was our high school quarterback looking at college scholarship offers and dreaming of making it to the pros. I thought, and my brother Mike accused me of getting a little bit of a big head, and I had been a Christian for a year or so at that point. And I wanted God's will in my life. And so right before that next game, I prayed, lord, if you don't want me to play college football because it'll take me away from you, break a bone today, but don't let it hurt. Oh, my line accused me of being a sissy. What a clause, what a condition to put into a prayer. Right, it's crazy. But sure enough, in the third quarter of that game, I went back to throw a pass and our defense fell apart. I won't name the name. And man, an outside linebacker hit me so hard, woman to the ground together. And sure enough, I got up off the ground and my left collarbone was snapped in two. And back in the huddle thing, you guys got his answer to my prayer. And their response was funny. They thought I had a concussion. And so they were like quarterbacks, not right. And so I obviously walked off the field and my identity, I think in that very game was right there rooted in God's direction for me. And not something you could accomplish. I mean, that's ultimately what he wants for us is to look to him. Well, there's two ways to approach that one. I could have just assumed it was a coincidence or consider it a God incident. And thankfully I chose to say, I think God answered my prayer. And with that, you know, I love proverbs, chapter three verse 5, where the lord tells us, trust in the lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding in all your ways acknowledge him and he shall direct your paths. I don't think it requires a broken bone, but I'm sure he appreciated the faithful nature of my statement. So let me encourage you to seek the lord, like Susie Larson talked about today to find your identity in Christ, not in materialism and other things. And then learn how to walk out his plans for your future. And if you'd like to talk to somebody about that, please give us a call. We have a very friendly staff here at focus on the family that's ready and willing to listen to your concerns, pray with you, answer questions. And if you're a situation warrants it, they can request a callback from one of our caring Christian counselors. Yeah, that's a great team. And they're here to serve you, so please just know that you can call, and this Bible based help is free. It's provided for by the generosity of so many donors. Yes, and we thank those donors for making it possible for our counselors to provide a one time consultation to about 1500 people each month think of that. There are a lot of hurting people out there, and it's an honor for us to come alongside them and help them get on a better path to help in healing. For example, here's a letter we received from Mary. She said, several years ago, my daughter went through a very rebellious time in life and was raising her children alone. I turned to focus on the family for help. I spoke to a counselor and I really felt valued and understood. A few days later I received a package of resources from focus, geared toward intentional Christian grandparenting, since then our daughter has settled down and remarried, and thank you for showing us how to demonstrate Christ's love to our grandchildren during that perilous time, and for your encouragement and prayers God bless you. I so appreciate Mary giving us that feedback and being an involved grandparent and what a great reflection of the team here serving her in that moment. Yeah, it was so glad we were able to partner with the lord and with those donors in helping her in that way. I like to say that here focus on the family, we've built a great engine. We just need the fuel to keep it running, and that fuel is the support of you. The donor community, especially those who can partner with us on a monthly basis, it helps us immensely it doesn't have to be a large amount. It's just that consistency which helps us balance the books every month and allows us to plan better. And if you can make a monthly pledge of any amount, we'd like to send you a yearlong devotional written by Susie Larson. It's called prevail 365 days of enduring strength through God's word. And that'll be our way of saying thank you for helping us help families like Mary's. If you can't make a monthly commitment right now, we understand, and we can send Susie's book to you for a one time donation of any amount. So get in touch with us today and get Susie's great encouragement for your daily walk with the lord. And you can reach us when you call 800, the letter a in the word family. 802 three two 6 four 5 9, or donate online and request your copy of prevail, we'll have the link in the show notes. And then finally, as we close, the U.S. Supreme Court's recent rulings have certainly supported religious free speech and school choice and the value of life, Jim has provided a summary of some of the most significant rulings of interest, but we're going to link over to his blog at our website. Be sure to check that out. On behalf of Jim Daly and the entire team, thanks for joining us today for focus on the family. I'm John fuller inviting you back as we once again help you and your family thrive in Christ. I was convinced that nothing can change what was going on in our marriage, and I didn't want to try anymore, but my commitment to God helped me try one more time. We went to a hope restored marriage intensive, and it was life-changing. The counselors created the safest environment we could imagine. So that led us really talk. We're on a much different course now, and I believe we received a miracle that week. Receive your free consultation at hope restored dot com..

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"jesus christ" Discussed on POSITIVELY JOY

POSITIVELY JOY

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"jesus christ" Discussed on POSITIVELY JOY

"However you found yourself here you are welcome. And i believe it was truly god destined. We are in season. Three and this season has taken the podcast into the vantage point. Of what joy is. I'd like you to listen to each episode. The season through the lens of how. Jesus christ defiance joy john chapter fifteen verse eleven reveals.

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"jesus christ" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM

JOHN16AND12.COM

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"jesus christ" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM

"Our sake don't come in to my home. Because i get so easy to be sick. I told him before the Cova come on now. I'm glad that i don't see them because how to say it. The smaller they are the small kids. There are only five six years old and they don't understand really that they have to hold. This person washed their hands of this case. So i could not have them he and the any school me more and more our pets also can be taken cove. Ninety have been dogs. i and Cats but dogs have been sake other wild animals have been sick and i only wait for the pigs. The swine to be a Knighted because they are very close to to us. They are very close to yeoman body so that so they can. They may have already had it. Because i am told told by god to not eat swine. Meets is not religion is something. I avoid the today to eats swine. Because they're gonna be sickness in that eight it may take the most fish and shake a nine or she can Go though but i. I ate only swedish shake. Not down mark i know i have very much sinks in in their shaken. So i don't eat from from denmark so i'm very careful with my food so jesus crisis laving beaten out from my body if you heard that sir Out for my body and now his waving with his sound that he is leaving. So i say before you that that does say thank you to jesus christ the choice when you went out from me so i thank you for. Listen this episode of the podcast and it sounds like Mary dog can. I get to you things here. But you know you'd you that now you do right things you haven't you don't need to be worried about the darkness you don't need to see this negative. What was talking about in this episode. Because it's not on you. It's will come. You are knows time. We're talking about the state of mind to be Had in your state of mind. And that's what you're going to be when they start ours are calming.

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"jesus christ" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"jesus christ" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"And there in lies. In addition, To the Daniel Faster the Daniel diet there in lights. The true success is that you knew that you could do things at any time in your life and make change. She's enough. After you meet up family, you are listening to Jesus Christ Show to ask your question. Dial 805 to.

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"jesus christ" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"jesus christ" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

"We came to macedonia our bodies had no rest but we were troubled in every side outside where conflicts inside we're fears nevertheless god who comforts the downcast comforted us by the coming of titus and not only by his coming but also by the consultation with which he was comforted in you when he told us of your earnest. Desire your morning. You're zeal for me. So that i rejoiced even more for even if i made you sorry with my letter i do not regret it though i did regret it for i perceive that the same epistle made you sorry the only for a while only for awhile because what the right answer. What can we do to fix this. It repent he tells them to repent baptized for their mission of their sins. But in acts seven. Stephen he gives this incredible sermon. And the end of the sermon. At the end of his delivery there pierced in their hearts. but they don't desire to change. They gnash their teeth at him. They charge at him and they stone stephen to death. We have to understand that there's going to be a response. One way or the other to the word of god. Some people will ignore it. Some people get angry at you but the ones who are truly committed to the lord they will change in the ways that need to change in luke chapter seventeen in verse thirty four. He says take to yourselves. If your sins against you rebuke him if he repents forgive him and if he sends against you seven times a day seven times in a day returns to you saying i repent. You shall forgive him. What's the goal when you confront somebody to be right or to help them come to a better relationship with god. Because that i have discovered makes a lot of difference in how they're going to respond. Am i looking for them to say yes chris. You're right if that's the case. Then we got problems already then. I am coming to them for the wrong reason but if i'm coming to them with a that desires for them to be saved a hard to calls for their repentance not because i think they're wrong but because because i'm concerned they relationship with god is damaged. Then i'm coming from the right place and if somebody response to that i need to forgive them if they come repenting. I need to forgive them. In luke fifteen jesus tells to parables the parable of the lost coin and the payroll the law sheep and both end with the exact same concept he says that the angels in heaven rejoice over one lost center. Who repents i want you to imagine that. And i always do and it. It lifts my heart in. It helps through the difficulties that that that you go through as a person teaching the word of god to people when they don't change but when folks do when folks comes the lowered or return to him. The joy that i know is in heaven. The rejoicing of the host of heaven. The angels in heaven rejoicing. It keeps me going. It gives me purpose knowing that. If i commit to helping others make their way right. Not make their way chris's way but make their way god's way and if we work together in that then we can spend eternity together and we can be with the lord forevermore today need.

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"jesus christ" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"jesus christ" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"I mean i'm gonna cut back anyway You know so. And then you have. Joseph who is an idealist a romantic. He's very optimistic. Berry and kind of insert ways naive until he goes through when he goes no and then he to me of the needs taming. Color code is a coming of age story. It's a young boy turning into a young man story. Jesus christ superstar is a man trying to kind of almost two men in a sense trying to deal with what they were meant to do. In life their purpose in life and kind of their The potential they were mental about two. And maybe that's why. I like this the best because it seems to have that kind of mature women in avena. It's a woman who is fully fleshed out fully mature and access so and just wants power in watts people to love her and it can be completely fake manner which people love the song. Do not cry for me argentina. Tim license openly said that. It's a buck it's fake. It's almost like in Chicago in the musical chicago. When billy flynn comes out and sings all i care about is love and he you know the characters are singing a fake song about a fake emotion that they're not feeling they just want the people to like them that's all they want So it's it's true deep divers chicago. There's so much nuance in there. It's ridiculous But but i i will say that. This is my favorite in their catalog android. Weathering tim rice. And i wish they did more. I wish they had done more. Obviously that both kinda near the angela. Webber keeps writing musicals and tim rice workout disney things so i can't blame him. He's gone with the money is and he's all that now we've kind of come to the end. I don't know if there was anything that you wanted to talk about with this particular. Show that i didn't bring up if there's anything that we haven't.

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"jesus christ" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"jesus christ" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"So it does have a couple of award nominations one. Have you attached them. I'm sorry. Excuse me the other thing. I wanna to talk about really quickly is so the partnership of angela. Guebre in tim. Rice was at its height. At this moment you have to remember. They had collaborated twice before for show called the likes of us which is not well known but it does have a cast album attached to an joseph the amazing technicolor dreamcoat up. This hold on throats they would then go onto your visa The year after which aren't doing episode on don't worry And then they would not. They kinda fell out and they win collaborate again. They did a minor work called cricket for the queen's birthday as a small one act musical which to rice was looking to expand but android rubber decided he was going to use those tunes for another show which was aspects of love They wouldn't get together again until android decide he wanted to a stage version of wizard of oz and he needs new songs and tim. Rice would come in and write the lyrics. But at that point tim i spent that the partnership had lost its energy. I don't think we can. I mean they only did really three really good shows. Joseph jeans graham starting to beat up but the partnership between android eleven tim. Rice is iconic and unbelievable. I mean these guys wrote three of the most biggest and most amazing and most rocking shows. Neither one of them would get back to that. He youth rock element. I mean joseph More pomp and more Dreamy rock than than this. This is more hardcore. Rock and vitas more Hispanic latin vibes and and what happy with a little bit of rock thrown it but this is a pure rock musical I hesitate to say this. But i think you start is my favorite of their collaborations I don't know how you feel. I don't comparing it with joseph banned. It beat a specifically. I don't know how you pair this with with them. So joseph is another cold. I grew up with. My mom is huge donny. Osmond fan so we watch that the film version with him amounts. That's another useful. I have practically memorized evita. I've only seen the movie version and that was many years ago. So i'm not as familiar with it as with the other two ultimately. I would always say i liked joseph better because it's a little more fun and more uplifting more like giving.

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"jesus christ" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"jesus christ" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"Victor dixon as judas scary on alice. Cooper has harrods. You have the amazing norm lewis as Ben daniels up punches pilot and the absolutely beautiful. Jason tam as peter. I mean that performance. That jason tam kansas absolutely heartbreaking. It's amazing to me and jason. Tam is just a brilliant actor on his own needs to be more well-known But i i saw it. I loved it. I loved that that production. I only have two two problems with the number one. I understand that it was kind of done as a rock concert but that but they did not need to mike the crowd as much as they did because there are some moments where the crowd is way too loud and i could not hear the dang music so just a little whoever mix. That thing did a terrible job. The other thing is as much as i love john. Legend john legend gave an amazing performance. Wonderful performance that man should never seen get seminated. It was the worst version of get. Some of the i've ever heard my life jackie. I know you watched it because i think I think we think you asking me if i'd seen in in eighteen right twenty two thousand eighteen. Oh okay they will use ours. Thought thought down production. I thought it was great. My family and i watched it together and Trying to think of the first time. I saw like visual performance of Of circle burley's I e set the scaffolding the visuals and props at the arab music scarves and litter So i was like very all the way they they staged it. My i guess my first time seeing it visually like started. Get the being like. Yeah these kind of on the margins like kind of like well we might what might have been at the time out. That term is used for people today like youth movements student movements activists and people who are like trying to effect social change and are looked on with suspicion. I finally understood by like what today's counterparts to the groups like the muscles might be absolutely true Yeah i guess a wonderful performances all around it did win An emmy won multiple emmys but the biggest one that did win for outstanding variety special Which is a big one which actually gave Tim rice and andrew. Lloyd webber their very first emmy award which made them eat thoughts. They are at an oscar. They had tony's and grammy's but they did not have the emmys so Look at them. They're in their eighties. And it's still winning awards As well as are other awards. Spend it's been nominated for it in seventy two was nominated on broadway for area's. Tony awards did not win any but it was not made for a ben vereen was nominated. The score was nominated set costumes and lighting Into where did win a drama desk award for most promising composer. This was nineteen seventy two and this was the very first show of theirs on broadway. Joseph would actually not open for another year or two. I like so you know. Just technically i. It came second in the In the states It has been nominated multiple times for revivals In london nineteen ninety. Six two thousand on broadway and in the two thousand twelve broadway revival was nominated as well as Josh young played judas tends to be judah skits the nominations most of the time and then it was not a again for its revival in in two thousand sixteen in london..

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"jesus christ" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"jesus christ" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"Fuzzier because he. I'm not sure what his thought process was as far as why he betrayed jesus and why he felt bad about. Afterwards and different writers have had different takes on that over the years also the apostles like they have a weird. They have some weird weird in the last supper on As far as like what they are in their relationship with jesus understanding like what us about think about the past few days xs painting this conversation realizing gather show. It's not it's not even like spell which is about learning how to live and how to being relationship with people like in that sense. I think godspell is more christian than use christ superstar star because it does have some semblance of Hope and morality and Good values jesus christ superstar ultimately kind depressing. It's not like hopeful or uplifting and you're wondering left wondering late what was that all about Which is kind of what superstars about asking all these questions that and not even coming close to answer. When actually church has reported answers it doesn't decides not to get into that eulogy. I guess this is why exchanged about now. 'cause like I've sought to like makes a story christian whether it's whether it's explicitly about christ or not like whether it reflects christian beliefs or values overall. I'm not sure that this does so No i wanted your opinion. Because you're a much on this. You're much better.

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"jesus christ" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"jesus christ" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"Want you to tell me what your favorite song. Don't know how to love him a good one. You have the rocks you have. I was is anticipating the question Apple a few things one. I played mary magdalene in still small theaters stage. Reading of all hell broke loose. Which is the passion. Play that our friend. Jasmine myers wrote. That really changed my connection with that character that historic figure so appreciate her a lot more and Actually learned the song before. I knew the rest of the musical because i had this. Cd of andrew. Lloyd webber hits and that was the songs on it if by maria friedman who has a beautiful and so actually heard the original and heard yvonne elena's voice as she does not sound as good as to it didn't like her on more serious note Have different thoughts one thing to say for the record. I don't know if you're going to talk about in the show. Mary magdalene is portrayed as or it's implied that she is or was a prostitute And that's a that. Misconception is centuries old and it has no basis in the bible. It's so in the in the gospels. There are multiple figures named. Mary and there are multiple figures multiple woman who anointed jesus or blake cried for their sins and repented Before and they have sometimes conflicted those multiple. Mary's and multiple annoying chairs. So andrew lloyd. Webber went with kind of easy take of like making mary. Magdalene also repentance center and also the one who anoints jesus anti ads the subplot that she is either in love with him or trying to figure out if she is in love with him So it's not a really founded in anything biblical or historical jesus. There may be some people who like have tried to portray jesus as married man. But that's not the commonly held consensus.

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"jesus christ" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"jesus christ" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"You know have you ever seen the show on stage. you have. yeah a few years ago. marblehead little theatre produced it and vision for it didn't get in but I took my mom to see it for her birthday because g such a big fan of it. That's the one time. Exceed it in person and i've seen a couple televised versions over the last few years. Yup they've been An arena version. With ben foss with the ben forrester and To mountain and mel c from the spice girls And then there was also the televised version. John legend sir burrell's brandon brandon. Victor dixon. i believe his name. It's who played. A judas was amazing I saw it on broadway Not old enough to have seen it in the seventy s. But i saw it in two thousand when they did a revival My mother my mother actually surprise me with tickets. 'cause she knew how much i loved the show. And it was tony. Vincent and glenn carter playing to the two leads Judas in jesus christ respectively it was not that great of a production but they were really good in it so and obviously Yvonne elman is very well known to be not only the Mary magdalene both. I believe on broadway and penn. She was in the movie version but she also You might know her for the If i can't have you from the saturday night live Excited night fever soundtrack. Excuse me And then of the most. Well known. Jesus i would think is ted neeley Who was in the movie and also did it. A couple times on broadway And then call anderson who also did in the movie which then he is the second african american actor to play a juice All right so now. I wanna get into the specifics of what i wanted to cover that Again the the show itself covers the last week of jesus's life begins Them In jerusalem at then covers when they get into jerusalem. He controversy with confidence in the high priests. And how they wanna basically arrest him but they don't know really what to arrest them for the When he trashes the temple because he wants to go to pray and then all the merchants of there and then judas eventual betrayal his eventual. Trial the last supper Excuse me the last supper into the betrayal into the various trials and then obviously ending with the crucifixion. With all that being said this one that i'm really interested in your opinion. Jackie.

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"jesus christ" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"jesus christ" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"Because those were the approximate hours that jesus was actually pain from the cross Not sure that's accurate. Actually from i think the gospel accounts like different exact times but He was hanging for hours so we was always time a quiet day for us and my mom increase my sisters me to jesus christ superstar the original like a concept album cash recording When i was like in my early teens and i made a habit of listening to it. Each year Some years we participate in the good friday walk. In beverly and i listened to the soundtrack on my ipod while i was walking so it has a special place in my heart because i grew up with it. I will say it was the first a picture of christ's passion that actually moved me to tears. i like grown up watching an like her tune. Retailing doesn't didn't show much of like violence or gore of the crucifixion And then like. I'm say heard story incher growing up We read it every year. Actually on palm. Sunday a week before easter but Yeah so. I have the show like radically memorized But at this point in my life. I have more mixed feelings about it by because i've grown as an artist and as a christian and i my thoughts on it are a little more nuanced organs that leader so Just a quick thing for me. i I actually funny enough. I'm old enough. You probably are too. But i'm old enough to remember cassette tapes and my mom had cassette tapes into her car and around usually for her birthday. Or whatever i was always like. I need to get her. The new cassette tape. Because i had you know hand allowance ahead. A little bit of money saved it up and i was going to buy her because at that time. Like ten bucks so two weeks of allowance pay for one consenting and so i went in and bought and went into like the same goodies or virgin record store or whatever and i saw this one that said jesus christ superstar and i'm like whoa. We're catholic Interesting title andrew lloyd weber. I know phantom he wrote phantom so Let me buy it for her..

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"jesus christ" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"jesus christ" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"Easter on the brink it's I'm recording this on the wednesday preceding easter. So i think it's about time that we talk about a particular Property the having to do a lot with what eastern is really about and no. I'm not talking about easter bunny but Very excited about this one and i'm excited to have a returning guest. You last urged her on our Irish and celtic songs This was one that she was very interested in being part of so much so that i kind of forgot and then said hey would you be interested in like yeah It is our old friend. She's an actress. She is a writer. She is a journalist storyteller and she's an overall amazing person. Of course i'm talking about my friend. Jacqueline jacqueline how you doing. I'm doing really well it to see you. Happy easter Before and happy holy week that'd be holy we guess So bad you can get right into the topic we're going to be talking about. Tonight is the musical. Jesus christ superstar. This isn't very interesting one. We've already covered godspell which is kind of in the same vein a kind of consider that a rock musical. I considered less rockets. More pop musical. But it's about Basically the passion play and the according to the gospels of matthew kind of including mark in a little bit of john This one is A complete rock opera jerry. Little think like maybe one actual spoken line But mostly sung through musical loosely based on the gospel council. The last week of jesus's life and as we are getting into eastern. This is a perfect time to discuss it For me personally. This is like. I watched the movie and concert versions. Pretty much every day leading up to easter with Actually i watch a different movie on. Easter happens to be the passion of the christ but I do watch all the stuff Up to it and being a nice Nice catholic boy. I mean that's part of it are as the recovering catholic. But that's neither here nor there Jackie i know that when we were planning and talking about this this This one kind of jumped up out out at you. Kinda was like this seems like a really interesting topic to talk about Talk to me about What the show your history on the show and what it means to you and kind of you know what your we'll get into our opinions as we go but you're kind of quick thought on this on this particular show as kind of for questions belco for background earth. So this is a musical bat. Mom introduced me to she. Grew up listening to the album every good friday. That was her observance In my family growing up. And i think my mom did this when she was grab Mccoy's observe a kind time of kind of big and contemplation from about noon to three o'clock.

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"jesus christ" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"jesus christ" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Brave. Go to your phone with your theology, question or life situation. Question anywhere in the U. S of a 805 to 01534. That's 805 to 015. 34 Tom, Welcome to the Jesus Christ Show. Good morning lemonade. I'm an atheist, and I have a question. On the fairness of God. I'm a Christian and I have an answer. Okay. Okay. I'll be interested. Um You see that for the sake of discussion now, except that Christianity is the true religion and that Jesus that God is Christian. God is the true gun. Okay, So God chooses to good for whatever reason chooses to create the universe. The world the man When he creates the world, he creates a world that is Heavily influenced by unpredictability, so Let's assume that two individuals exists individually. Individual being both, um, are not Christian, but they're open minded and teachable. They hear that Billy Graham's crusade is coming to town so both and decide to go individual egos. He listens to the sermon. And he accepts Jesus Christ, according to John 14 fix and Romans 9 10 and He saved in these on his way to heaven. Individual be also wants to go to the crusade. But on his way he is hit by a meteorite. Me right in this car is destroyed These Kilgore there's no earthquake, or there's a flood or theirs. Thunderstorm or whatever. He loses control of the car, and he's killed for whatever reason by accident through two unpredictability and unpredictability that God creates himself when he created the world. No. God in his all knowing this Knows that individual be had gone to the crusade. He would accepted Jesus Christ in the same manner as individual agent. Since he didn't have a vibrant Bible is very clear On what Was required to go to heaven. Universes. I just quoted He's going to hell. How could you possibly tell me how there's any fairness in that at all? Well in your scenario APS. Absolutely not. No, no, but that's not the biblical scenario. What you've done is you've taken certain parts of scripture. And you said these are what you're going to build your argument on instead of the entirety of Scripture, and in that sense Absolutely. You're right. If that's where the story ended, Absolutely. However, Romans Romans one talks about the difference between general and special revelation and the difference between somebody who doesn't hear the specialness of the gospel, the specificity of the gospel. Get in still no God through nature through things they see and know. And that The Salvation through the blood on the cross. This is this problem really arises Not from you, but from the way Christians display Christianity and talk about Christianity, Uh and they focus in solely on the Christians walk and not understanding the fact that there are people that can receive God. Never even hearing the word Jesus. So the payment is still made. By me on the cross, but it's received by somebody. Under different circumstances that maybe has not received the gospel now. There's a difference. A major difference here if that person driving to the Billy Graham crusade Has heard the Gospel understands the Gospel knows the gospel but has rejected it up into that point. Then they're accountable for their rejection. It's not based on ignorance. There's this misnomer that Christianity is based on ignorance or knowledge. So while you're part of the in club, you know, so you get in or you're not part of the in club. You don't know so you don't get in. That's not it. It's about rejection. You have to know it to reject it. So there are all kinds of levels within that, For instance, somebody who has a form of mental retardation or lack of mental capacity that can't receive or know or have that knowledge to do the very things you quoted in John and Romans, they do not have the capacity. So that would that would be a problem. But it's not. God is not looking at technicalities. God is looking at the rejection or the acceptance of the heart. The profession that you were talking about when you're reading from Romans and it talks about four days with your heart that you believe in are justified And it is with your mouth that you profess your faith and are saved the difference. There is the Being justified and believing doesn't even get into the mouth. Part. The mouth part is is not talking about just saying it. It's part it's about It. Taking what is in your heart and manifesting in what you do like your money is where your mouth is right. It is taking it and living it. It's not about well, gosh, it's in my heart. I'm going to say it. I'm in. People reduce that that reductionism that informal, logical fallacy of reductionism to reduce it down to those things, Mrs. The beauty and intensity of the gospel and the depth of the gospel. There is much more to it than that. That is a simplified focus of somebody receiving in their heart First. It's not just an intellectual thing. And then receiving it to a point where they actualize it. Because it means nothing If you don't actualize it. You're obviously ah, learning fella. If you look at a pencil, there's a reasoning, process and logic if you look at a pencil And you say that's a pencil. I know that that's a pencil. I know that a pencil writes. When you pick it up in your hand. You put it on to a piece of paper, the graphite transfers to the paper and you can write with it. But if you don't pick it up, it doesn't matter what you believe. It could. It could be a penguin. It could be a banana. It doesn't mean anything. If you don't apply it if you don't pick it up, that third point of logic is to apply it. If you don't apply it, it doesn't matter what it is because you're not using it. So likewise in these verses. What it's talking about is that if you know it, you see it. You believe it and you act upon it..

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"jesus christ" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"jesus christ" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

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"jesus christ" Discussed on Maranatha Ministries UPC

Maranatha Ministries UPC

06:53 min | 2 years ago

"jesus christ" Discussed on Maranatha Ministries UPC

"And take up the whole armor of god so that we will be able to stand in the evil day so the first thing what happened was i was praying seeking the lord and this thought this scripture jumped out at me that i read today that we should put on the lord. Jesus christ and i got to just taking the thought into my prayer time. What is it like when i put you on. What do i look like. What do i act like what i'm wearing. Jesus that's an interesting way put when i'm wearing. Jesus what do i look like. What am i acting like. what am i doing what. I'm wearing jesus and couple of other verses of scripture came to my mind and suddenly it was like now. Listen i have told you and over again. I appreciate all of you. People that come to church at maranatha or listen to me online. Because i'm really nobody special. In fact i'm quite slow compared to a lot of ministers and one of the things that i'm a little slow on is putting two and two together and when i put this together i saw something for the first time in my life. I really saw this way. And you're probably gonna talk to you about this. You're going to say man. You just arrived at that. Understanding i was i understood that years ago. God bless you. I thought to myself. I need to put on the lord. Jesus christ and then another bunch of scriptures came to about other things that we should be putting on and that's found in the gospel are the the The letter to the visions. We're the bible said to put on the whole armor of god. Paul told us in romans to put on the lord. Jesus christ the same. Paul told us to put on the armor of god and he said to put it on so that you may be able to withstand in the evil day and having done all to stand stand there for having girded your ways with truth my friend. If there was ever a day we need to know a truth is it's today and you're not gonna figure that out by following the politicians you're not gonna figure that out by following the who whoever the wise of the day you're going to figure out what truth is if you turn into the word of god and find the author of truth jesus is truth personified truth contradicts. His truth. truth isn't truth. Paul said therefore take up the whole armor of god that you may be able to withstand in the evil day. We've ever lived in an evil day. It's today having done all to stand. Stand there for having girded your waist with truth having put on the breastplate of righteousness having shod your feet with the preparation of the gospel of peace. Above all taking the shield of faith which is with which you will be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked one. The wicked of this world is taken. Aim at you and us. Take the helmet of salvation. The sort of spirit. Which is the word of god praying always with all prayer and supplication in the spirit being watchful to this end with all perseverance and supplication for all saints. When i look at those scriptures i realize that this person that follows these scriptures is going to be fully clothed. And when. I compare that to the apostle paul telling us to put on the lord. Jesus christ i realize that putting on the lord jesus christ is going to look something like this person looks when he puts puts all of these garments on. Can you say amen. The first thing we need to put on his truth truth pilot. What is truth. i'm here to tell you there is a truth. There is an absolute truth. You will not find it in washington you will not find it in the governments of the world. Unfortunately you will not even find it in the classrooms that we send our children to every day. You will only find it in the word of truth. Which is god's word that is true that is true and anything. Listen to me for a minute. I just feel like saying. I got preach for a second anything that contradicts god's word is not truth. I don't care how many facts that put forth. I don't care gonna scientific data they show if it contradicts. God's word it is false. God's word is true. God spoke the world into existence. Young people listen to me. I know what they're challenging school but god breathed life into this world. God did god said let there be and there was. That's where it came from. That's where it came from so when you're in science class and they're showing you billions of years and this happened i got to thinking i'm getting sidetracked and i'm sorry i've tried to get back to the stock came to me. I don't know maybe it was. This sermon was on my mind. But i was thinking about forget. Mankind drives how complex mankind is to happened by a bolt of lightning hitting a piece of dirt. And it came alive. Like frankenstein moves. Forget that if just one single thing evolved that would be supernatural. But so i was saying at the kitchen window. And i was looking outside and i saw leaves and trees and birds and chipmunks squirrels and the dog that store i thought so many things happened and they're also perfectly made in the beginning. God good swift true. I don't care what it contradicts.

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"jesus christ" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"jesus christ" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

"Tonight we want to go back to romans. Chapter six verse threes. We got down to a small section of that. I think in our class. We had a chance to look at some information as far as charts and diagrams. Enrollment six three question. Are you ignorant. Don't you know that all who are baptized into christ. Jesus were baptized into his death. Paul says if we become a christian where someone who's been baptized and not only are we have ties. We're actually baptized into jesus death. We share in the death. We gain all the benefits of jesus death after we have into You cannot connect the death of christ with us with an individual until that baptism has occurred it is essential to our justification whether you look at it in greek or whether you look at it in english. We are baptized in to christ into a relationship with him. And it's not just the lord is it. You remember what jesus talked about. Matthew chapter twenty eight go teach baptize people. What into the name of who the name of the father and son and the holy spirit. All three right. You're doing that. You're putting them into a relationship with all three but here. The focus is on. Jesus christ proper baptism as you look at it that way. People who have not been baptized or people who have not been baptized for that reason to get into christ for the forgiveness of sins They have not been properly baptized. We haven't got there yet. We hinted at this a little bit in last sunday's class but an ex after nineteen. We find some people who were baptized with john's baptism. Be but not been baptized into christ. John's baptism was no longer valid. So they had to be immersed properly one source said. I reached the quarter like the common comments. He said we're baptized into his death. And what kind of death was that. It was a death caused by the hand of centers. it was adapted was intended to atone for sin. It was a once for all death to sin. If that's true even that ties into christ baptized into the the death sharing that experience. Going back to what. Paul asked about earlier in chapter. Six reform should continue instead. The grace made. What would be the watching that. If you've been baptized in the death of jesus christ was about saying it has no place in your christian life because if that's what was required that was what was necessary necessitated to get rid of sin. Then that's extreme so you do not want to continue in that kind of thing all right. That wraps up what. I want to see about woman six three anything..

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