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Dad Devotionals: Advice for Christian Fathers, Husbands and Men of Faith
"john gi" Discussed on Dad Devotionals: Advice for Christian Fathers, Husbands and Men of Faith
"Now, let's get to today's episode. Hey guys, how you doing? Welcome to dad devotionals and welcome, of course, to man up Monday. Since we're talking about leadership with the last episode, last interview episode last week with John gi, and we'll be talking about leadership actually in the next couple of episodes with Adrian shepherd, who's going to appear later this week again, second time on the podcast and also Matt ham next week on the 30th. So 23rd will be Adrian and the 30th who we've met. Since we're talking about leadership in general over the next few weeks in this leadership series, I wanted to just bring a couple of poll quotes into today's man up Monday and talk to you about leading like Jesus. There's a great book. It's more for, I would say for the business element. But I think there's a lot to be said as well from a leadership perspective for us dads. So it's good for your job, but it's also good for your family, you know, kids and wife. So this is lead like Jesus lessons from the greatest leadership role model of all time. And it's by Ken Blanchard who's, if you know anything about management and leadership, he's been in the game for years as an author and also Phil Hodges. So I have a couple of quotes here that just want to share with you and I'll let you get back to your week. So his first one comes to us from talking about the heart of a servant leader on page 67 and the authors say this humility is realizing and emphasizing the importance of others. It is not putting yourself down and it's lifting others up. It is also saying to yourself and others, I am precious in God's sight and so are you. And then on the next page..
Bob and Sheri
"john gi" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"He discovered that there is a global pandemic and he couldn't believe his ears Why are people wearing masks wire businesses. Not like what's what's wrong. After all these years of living alone in the cave. so he stops some townspeople and they. He's he's known in the town. I mean he's a he's the town hermit who lives in the cave so he's an urban legend so they explained to him. They're like patra there. There's this virus that's going around the world global pandemic and he says like in nineteen eighteen the flu and they said yes but worse worse than the flu and so even though he lives in a cave and has nothing to do with other human beings. He brought up his sleeve and said. Give me the vaccine idaho onto this now. He got vaccinated and then he hiked back up and went into his cave. You can't be more. Socially distanced than a serbian hermit. Who has lived alone in the mountains since the nine seriously and yet he said he said even even i living all alone with only my thoughts still sometimes encounter other people. And i'm glad i got the shot. And then he disappeared back into the mountains. And that was that. And i thought i wonder like in rural rugged parts of the us like parts of west. Virginia unthinking parts of kentucky may be. I would say like where. I grew up out west in wyoming. But i don't think you could live. I don't think you you could really survive the winners unless you're jeremiah johnson. Something that's pretty brutal doesn't it. Make you wonder if there are a handful of people right here in the us. That have made this choice and we're not even aware that we have hermits stashed in caves. There you can't tell me that in this gigantic magnificent country. We don't eat at least we don't have at least one cave hermit. I'm sure that we do because we have a lot of people who are big on wanting to live off the grid who don't wanna be connected to anything like even even electricity or anything like that. But i wonder i wonder what the wi fi is like where he's living of any concern to him. I just thought man. Pitcher came down to get some flower. Whatever found out there's a global pandemic who wants to tell them about tender sir so that's a great. That's a great story isn't it. Even in this wildly modern technology laced world where it seems like people are piled on top of each other. And you can't even think of private thought we ever hermit wonder how he spends the days i mean i guess it's foraging for food and whatnot but yeah i think it takes a lot. You and i are picture in like after you've done all this sonoko puzzles but he's trying to survive setting them so there you go. They're still hermits. Might be wanting to. It's five in sharing baden sherry swag in our store at bobbins sherry dot com. We were just talking a few minutes ago about this wild story of this hermit who came out of his cave in serbia. He's seventy years old. He's been he's been a hermit since the ninety s He gave up his careers and mechanical engineer. Working on ships. He came out of his cave. Came downtown to pick up some supplies and discovered that we're in the middle of a global pandemic and it's just the for most of us were so our lives are so connected. We can never escape. News and information The idea of that in two thousand twenty one is just wild and so i got a Couple of minsk while we break from one of our listeners. Who said did you guys know. There used to be a hermit in biloxi and and so. She told me his name. Thank you very much by the way cathy. She told me his name and so i googled him really quick and it was a a man. His name is john french. Gi ho. I think is how he might pronounce it. He came to the us when he was like twenty or twenty one and he moved to biloxi to work as an oystermen and he was living on deer island which is a barrier island In the black sea harbor a handful of families lived on that island until hurricane hit in nineteen forty seven and wiped all the homes out. Everyone left except for this john. Gi-ho guy who rather than rebuilding Began living in like a shack that was left standing and he sort of gathered. You know some supplies together made himself a little makeshift home and he became sort of legendary. The hermit of deer island and there were these tour boats that would would come through the biloxi harbor. Taking tourists fishing and sightseeing and one of them would drop off groceries for this hermit and he made he made cruising by deer island and talking about the hurricane and the famous hermit who lived there part of his tour group so everybody won. The hermit got groceries in the tour operator had something new to show tourists and he lived until he was eighty. One years old All alone by himself on this island and he after he passed away They brought him back to the mainland and had a funeral forum but his shack remained for another ten years or so until another hurricane island until another hurricane slammed into dere island and wiped it out. He was the last human beings to ever live on that island because it's now a protected nature reserve. And you're not allowed to build on. It is that not a great story is a great story. It is something similar. Happened to portsmouth island which is in the outer banks of north carolina. So there's this portsmouth's island which is near ocracoke and The only way you can get to it is by boat. And the last residents left in the mid nineteen seventies. There was a guy that lived there and then two elderly women were there in the mid nineteen seventies but they had no electricity. They lived on that island in under the most rustic of conditions and had to take a boat order to go over and Get supplies and now on that island. Of course hurricanes have damaged a lot of the buildings but there are still some building standing on that island. It's like one of those abandoned episodes mysteries of traits of the abandoned. I unders- i. I couldn't do it. I'm weak and soft. But i've really do understand how that could call to certain people the appeal of that. It's a hard life. You can't tell me that that is not a hard life like the life that are modern lives are hard you know were constantly under stress and noise and were crowded together. Always something blinking and beeping at us right but but this is a different kind of heart. We're talking about having to get up every day and make sure that you have clean drinking water just as a baseline but you know. He was an engineer on ships. And so he's probably a really smart guy so there's a lot of stuff that he probably understood going in that we don't know we couldn't get just what you want water. Where's the brita filter. You know. I mean. I know you and me on that island after a couple of weeks were.
The Weekly Planet
"john gi" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"Dawn diana with swords. Yeah i would've thought. But i think this subscribe now it does look. I would have thought that the last duel suddenly the lost cool to you gills can be sought snow. I know but i would have thought that they were still duels happening. In france with guns like years it set. Check on do you think. Do you think they had guns. But they were able man. Maybe they changed the rules. The cool deal rules kill room. And this is the last kind of like honorable jewish or something like that. Yeah you might be right. Let me find out whether you this blah blah fourteenth century. So that's great. John's really isn't it. I mean in europe. At least i think. I don't know anything else. I people to bear that in mind jackass forever also got a trial. Did i've only seen the third jackass movie and it's fun because i think i've seen the first one. Yeah go back. And actually i read an article with johnny knoxville where he talks about how it started even do many season before they stopped and then started making. Yeah he's in the stuff in between them. Whatever but it is something like this was huge in the early two thousands young men. I've watched the the first thirty seconds to this trial. And i'm like all this sort of this sort of it. Seems like there's sort of leaning away from like the real dangerous stuff. It looks like it's all everybody's having a great time during like parasailing every all smalls or whatever and then all of a sudden it's just like just somebody's being attacked by a ban this the all of a sudden going exactly as hot as before. Incredible are we also know that nobody was seriously injured. Because it's bain film anything he's bam is is act up a bit about because he was supposed to be in it and got let go and johnny. Knoxville is kind of loosely. Kind of talked about it but basically said the implication was that he has had substance abuse program or maybe that was eye condition of him coming back and those particular again. He didn't really. You didn't really get going to a. That's kind of the implication. So this like this like Some people they have to keep like cycling the edge of a pool otherwise they'll get slapped into a bit of fun and then just demand getting gold viable. That's cool just somebody with a helmet on my head. They're about to be attacked by a spider Some a lot of people getting hit in the knots that's classic. Somebody just looks a stun gun. Is the guy who just rides into the canvas. Oh yeah that was great. That was really impressive. What i thought was interesting about that is like that's not like he would have known that 'cause perspective on the works for the camera right i mean maybe but it looks because he coming straight off you pull back far enough you'd be like i say the edges. Yeah that's what i mean. Yeah and and like depending on what angle you anyway. It's still funny. I mean maybe that will like okay. This is this is a canvas but if you hit it hard enough you'll be able to go straight through and he's like all right. Yeah i should go back and watch the first Not sane deadline reporting that leslie. Greis is going to be playing bat girl slash barbara gordon which is also a would be in relation. I think it might be in relation to the batman. Maybe oh i don't know that for a fact leslie grace was in in the heights. One of the second movie apparent. So yeah they got. It also might not be connected to the batman. Because i'm not. But i did mention of somewhat that the jim gordon in that. Who is jeffrey ross. That might be a connection. Is jeffrey what's going on a bit of news. Kaleida are reporting. That michael bay jordan is producing his own superman series behind. This is separate from the tana. Abc coats slash j.j. Abrams movie going to be as you mentioned that one listener. Who figured it out. It's going to be about vows odd. And it's being written as a limited series runs. Yes so we're getting a black superman story for the movies and this is a different one. So i guess one of the movie one might be clark. Kent i guess or some other variation or whatever. Yeah pretty cool. Did you see also that geoff. Johns the men's grandfather com copy black or whatever because it doesn't make any sense. jeff johnson. Yeah but like very clearly. That would doesn't matter according to crypt tony boyle she this is actually possible is exactly like it is. It is physically possible. And also it's fictional anecdotes about did automate like betty levels of k. That krypton show like it was. It was the first season it was all right. It's just kind of stay. Who was the actor who was like go turned down for that. It might have been the guy played king amount of imagin- or different actor. Yeah will likely. But i remember acta somewhere said that they went up for and it was kind of demoralizing and it could have been him or a different person anyways. The important thing is that people hate the movie snake eyes so we haven't seen the movie snake likes to be like it was fine. Yeah like we didn't love it. But we took the day and we went and sore at separate cinemas and there was nobody in it and look. I'm not really a fan of property mason's more of a fan you know. They've made some changes to the law. But it felt it'd be the light on in terms of jiji kind of substance where where snake eyes is moscow. Lips exactly useful mosque lips. I people are enjoying caravan of garbage snake. Wave we're doing taliation. Wakes up for those people who give a shit about that pretty fucking average movie. Nice yes people care enough about to sit through this segment where you explain way. Gi joe came from and what it's delays or do they want to use the time tomko to skip ahead to where we briefly talked about mazda one we can you tell i wonder can you tell there's metrics i'm gonna so they'll just be a big black baugh paper like what am i. Thank you yeah. I think this could be interesting. Yeah but may. I mean we're gonna specifically going to be talking about john's gi. Joe a real american hero. Wow wow wow which is different from gi. Joe america's movable fighting man which was the original version from the sixties because which. Which is bobby saw. I have like a gi joe. Toy line officially ended for the first time in ninety four and when they did that they released like these anniversary figures that were like twelve inch version really the original original no like twelve inch versions of the modern version. I have a twelve inch. Snake figure i was going to bring over but then headache and also i don't know what box put it but it's not it doesn't it doesn't really twelve inch snake over here this black. It's thanks anyway. It's the nineties version. Yes so it's not like the version in like the snake is movie. It's it's like he's got like a like a like a blue sweater on and like yeah. That's a little tonner and a cetera. Because my understanding was. And i think i saw this on toy galaxy. Yeah is that the reason they made them small out with the same reason they might the star wars toys. Mola is because there was a plastics short yet it was against the seventies and eighties and they started at a twelve inch. Because i would like. Bobby's yeah and you could brush their hair. They had a little little pink shoes. Though that at all the second the second round of the twelve inch one you could brush brush nba. It's like hasselhoff like fuzzy regulation news. The extinct you absolutely. Couldn't i guess. Because i think this would have been pre viet nam people. Spend it speed in the army now. Probably a close cropped and depending where you are in the in but the sixties version was like that invented the term action figure. Yes even though we think of like action figures as like the four inch versions or whatever. Because obviously you couldn't you could avoid could not be playing with a doll. How how dare. I.