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"john statement" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"Tell you. it's the exhausting. But that's the way. It is obviously as an australian to think that we might have been the cause of the united kingdom and france kicking lumps. Out of each other is just fun for us. I'd almost prefer to believe we did this deliberately. But you do raise the specter of the bullingdon club yahoos who have been governing this country for some while and we have seen in the last few days an amount of outreach of sorts by boris johnson trying to mend fences and build bridges and one might even say dig tunnels he has said in between making a few hapless just in sort of pigeon schoolboy french that old jokes aside. Britain's love of france is ineradicable. Is that likely to be impressing anybody at the moment. Not really i mean. It's so boys johnson. The americans did the same antony. Blinken talk to that. Vital relationship between america and france. But that was not what was at stake really. There was a breach of trust and joe biden. I think when he shoot that joint statement with a menu in my whole on wednesday evening after the talked on the phone once effectively to apologize for having not kept fans in the loop. I caught from the john statement. The two leaders agreed that this situation would have benefited from open consultations among allies or matters of strategic interest to franzen european partners. I think there was a temptation in paris from the minister of defense to release documents. That showed that there was not only hypocrisy but the publicity and lies the day before the announcement of that defense back between america's trailer in britain the australian government was communicating with paris. Saying how happy they were with the contract. They had signed five years earlier. So those documents i think now are not going to be released. So joe biden is coming in a few weeks time in europe and we will have frank conversation with my call trying to patch up and a man. But there's been a breach of trust. And i think it will have an impact on the relationship for pupils. Perhaps a few years. We'll see agnes poirier. Thank you for joining us. Let was the french journalist and author. agnes poirier. You're listening to the.
"john statement" Discussed on Band It About - Podcast Series
"Welcome to the banda about podcast series. Joining me today in the engine room is a self taught drama who has played in a variety of events here in adelaide including the very first banned in australia to win my cup. It is my great pleasure to welcome john appleby. Welcome john and thank you so making time to chat with me today. Now thank you very much and thank you for the offer as well thank you. Oh my pleasure. Let's stop from the beginning. John would you mind telling us where you were born born in the uk In ninety fifty one in a place collecting on say which is on the pace skies south east coast of england by and. Is that what you grew. Up on your way left We immigrated to australia In sixty five. So i was about thirteen at that stage. Still still really a young person right and will area. Did you settle in when you pull strident into delight when we what would we. We lived a clear clearview but had Stratum we stayed here. Ever since i can't i did off. Your parents have a musical background or anyone else in your family Not really the dead did play drums for a little. While i believe back in would have been the non early non enfolds maybe But i don't think it was terribly serious so so now i'm on the one that's really had any musical saw to all right. So what led to or who influenced you to stop playing drums will. Originally i started playing guitar. I thought grew up when i was in england. The bagels were big and i was a huge bagels fan along with all of these great baked groups from from the early sixties. So that really got me interested in music. But i wanted to play guitar and my music teacher. Skull in adelaide of up to niles was hi mom music teacher used to give guitar lessons couple times during the lunch for nothing so i i started landing guitar and was doing pretty good on it originally but then when i left school i had to stop getting proper lessons and i started writing things down taishin on all of that and it all became too difficult. I felt like host back at school so i took the strings off the guitar and turned it upside down into an into a drum. Did you have foam lessons drumming. It's well not now at aubain playing for a few years and probably veran non in seventy one seventy two. I did have a couple of lessons with right teams from john. Reynolds Again i just found it all a bit difficult I just really lucked play by ear and just get into abandoned stopped plying so no. I haven't had any formal training. It's it's just self told really. Yeah so when did you your drum set about ninety sixty eight. Be forty dollars. J. would've been a lot of money back. Well it probably was probably was a favor. The money wasn't very good drunk and it didn't. It didn't take a very long but Aborted from john reynolds when he had his tiny little shop in mass stray does. He doesn't even have been about twelve hundred a month. So that point. And i bought all my subsequent kids from him as well. You have have listen to jones interview off. Is he on there right. Well off nine. John swell obviously said plying buzzing sixty four years so i would admit john fifty four years ago now. Yeah john john is. Ah john Statement stevens yeah. Yeah joe john. We're still in contact with one another various stages. Yeah it is not that that good good friends. We're not close rains. But they always looked after me in the library. I regret shot to deal with unruly nas paypal. So what was she first job. After you left school. I worked for a fashion agent again. I wanted to get into something altruistic. When i left stolen it was virtually impossible in Nine sixty seven when let's go was virtually impossible side after being out of work the quota wall i. I am just fell into this job with for a fashion is in an by sobia from a a bit of a bright in the light seventies early ideas where i where i managed verandah music I've been in the fashion game since school ron. So what was the first band that you joined to be honest. I don't even know whether the band had nine but the a playing with these guys attorney waiver even played out so really that the first band i would have played out in was a band called wolf fine Which would've ninety six. Ti somewhere around that time made two lights noni sixty eight Way we're just doing what everyone else did. Not in that period is piling. Bad blows probably Yeah so that that was the first one. Can you remember this gate yet. We played at headquarters right. Yes as she knows. Sorry we played. We played one of alex's inner cities blues festivals donna. In the clinton oaktown whole we will band on a twelve o'clock when there was no one there any pie. Oh okay but i think the second one was at headquarters which was again. Alex history to But again that bandon last very long and I think i was in a couple of other bands. Unless by the the first significant ban i was was a veteran would would have been rob at nine hundred. Seventy two three four joined the banco brahms hale. Initially it was cold and it had all my mind's just gone blank had a pop singer in ended up becoming lacing or the band haven which lead to america an quantum beak following in america but anyway browns became neom watermelon which we were. We had a bit of a notorious reputation around adelaide. We were spend Probably the fittest ban in australia to be wearing might up Wait wait one. One not supported sky folks on very first to to add light at the pereira and surely stroll. Who was they arrived at. The time. couldn't believe there was another band in australia wearing mica. That was that was quite interesting. But in that bam became the joe hooker bank which was a a quote long running band and we had quite a lot of success. Pinup geek wise. We used to play a lot of the big concerts and gigs aranda line. Do you have a memorable story. Good or bad that you'd like to shadow god. I could write a book. Probably the best discounts at either the plate would have been when i was playing in perfect game in the early eighties and we supported men at work at the stabby townhall and anyone that knows the history of supporting niger. Artists spec at that time knows how badly the support bands are always traded is turned awful hardly any use the pi. Lots turned off sound awful. And that's why unlock support bands but were just looked after a slot. Contel it with the guy was saimaa much stuff..
"john statement" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk
"The only guy pops in my head. This just makes it bad. But it's hooked up with louis c. k. Loser like that guys like. He's like a famous person. Who's not like astronomically better than i don't think i think i'm on chief cider. I'm on chief side with that. The other way is like john. Stamos is so unattainable where it's like. Ll you got dumped by. john statements. Yeah you're stuck with me. Because john stamos they don't want your ass like it's almost like that so ridiculous that it's funny now now we're getting did you fuck john stamos or john simos go out on a couple dates and he realized he didn't like you. That's different thing because it's like. Are you still hung up on john. Stamos like if it's a thing where it's like we went out. We were in vegas. You wouldn't believe it. Their tables were next to us and we stayed out late. Like one thing led to another like we're going back to me like i ended up like the store. That's a story that's funny. That's like a thing you know but if you're like hey i like john stamos. We matched together on instagram or deemed me and like i met him after a show and i sucked his dick and then we went out for fucking coffee and stuff and now it's gone weird All right john stamos off the board speaking of all this now that the world opening backup so many new thrills around the horizon like possibly being eskimo brothers with john stamos Whether you've been a relationship for years or just getting started or excited to get back out there and meet new people with the moment comes you want to be ready and you ought to be roman. Ready dave rose roaming radio weekend in oria. Oh yeah how did it work out it. Didn't i ready. You weren't texas girls. Come back to the mattress firm. Nah i was in saw the clientele at the bar. We're at you'd know why. By nevertheless i was i was prepared in case that you know stars aligned and.
"john statement" Discussed on Court Junkie
"Hidden it across the street from the nassir utilized. And you see. John from was did he to see after going on. We don't know know. Look for look through. Certain would and the fact that one of rebecca's firearms was turned over. Several days later was another thing. The defense focused on rebecca's aunt had gone to the house that following day. She cleaned the driveway. She also retrieved rebecca's wallet from her purse inside the house. It was on the couch with a blanket on it. Inside rebecca's purse was a firearm. It was turned over to the police but the defense still found it suspicious because one officer who was present on the day of the shooting said he had searched that purse and no gun was inside during prosecutor. Nashes closing argument. She said the defense wants the jury to believe that after being shot in the head rebecca was able to hide a weapon and concoct a fake story with john instead. She said there was a more plausible explanation. Now once you believe and rational poverty when he arrived at his house saturdays so he's got to explain wayside on you saw edition still instead so he runs is tacit. Haitian i saying that he stopped in fatah has gase washes as our beer. He did all those things. And so apparently from shash to behind serena's that's what is her mom is. The defendant was completely wasted when he arrived. Ever acas house and that contributed to his actions that night. He wasn't fresh party. The victims were prosecutor. Nash reminded the jury that both rebecca's and john statements have remained consistent from the moment. The police arrived both testified. Invited joshua a showman rebecca's home and began shooting. They said seen hassle at this fall. Their statements have been consistent.
"john statement" Discussed on The John Maxwell Leadership Podcast
"Of rivals and leadership in turbulent times where she really assesses world leaders and kind of pulls out leadership attributes from them and I was with her earlier this year. And it was very encouraging to me. I guess loneliness i guess. Misery loves company. It was very encouraging to me as she began to extrapolate out times of great as isolation in abraham lincoln's leadership and and a linden johnson's leadership in martin. Luther king junior's leadership. She really pulled out some things. Some things to life of what it really means to lead and create improvement in ourselves sometimes when we are the student and the teacher and i guess that's what it is i love i love john statement in fact we're getting entity ability and his next point. I love this idea of you know when the when the student is ready. The teacher appears. And i'm always looking for this bill. Brilliant mentor or father. Figure like john is to me walking into my life and giving me the lesson. I'm looking for and then sometimes now i find that i am the teacher and i am the student and it's just a really fun. I really am enjoy it. But it's a very unique time. It is interesting. John makes teach ability the next point. What are you learning about being teachable. If you're teaching yourself but you're also learning from others but what are you doing. Or or what aspects of being teachable. Are you finding to be encouraging or maybe challenging. How are you how are you approaching. Maintaining a teachable attitude. While you're doing all this other stuff you know you know what's funny is. I'm learning that this is gonna sound very multiple personalities for some of you and you're gonna wanna get me medicated. And i get that. But i found out that there are several different coats of leadership. Who what coat are you wearing today with leadership. Are you the friend or you. The decisive one. Or you're the collaborator. Are you when when when you have the the ultimate responsibility of the direction the future the success of an organization..
"john statement" Discussed on 790 KABC
"I tweeted one night. Maybe I should talk about Remember Lincoln Project. Offering jobs for for sex to young men. His poor wife would like to know that sweet went viral to say the least thing, at least five million impressions and I and then luckily enough, even though I didn't have at the time I sent the tweet. I didn't have anyone on record. Luckily enough, young men started going on record on their own on Twitter, and they started tweeting the allegations of John Weaver, and I mean, once the dam broke, it broke. There were dozens in an hour in a few hours that were coming forward. One of the most northerly, Scott said men who is an investigative reporter, He on diesel left us and he and many of them were probably more left us. He put out his article accusing John Weaver. He had 50 or so or maybe 60. It was young men coming forward. I had probably 25 or 30. Um, so between the two of us, it was close to 90 or 100. Young men coming forward. The Lincoln Project did not put out a response to either or allegations I went on What Ingram? Ice. I wrote, I show them the article. We talked about it. The Lincoln Project Project did not respond to Laura Ingram Show on Dave remained completely silent until access wrote up total puff piece. On behalf of John Weaver, where John Weaver sat there and said, You know, I'm gay and I have a wife I love and it's really hard for me and I started. All these conversations were consensual. And, um, And you know, I wasn't You know, I didn't think I was playing with an uncle position. But I'm gonna step away from the Lincoln Project so they can pursue truth, injustice or something like that. And Lincoln projects that basically, John statement says it all. We have nothing to act. By the way, they have that. At that point, they did not respond to the idea that he was a predator. They refused to respond at that point to the idea that he was a predator, he said. It was consensual, and they basically seems like by there. Came and took their took his word for it. Um, Finally, three weeks later, The New York Times article which was last Sunday, saying that the men were as young as 14 years old, that he was grooming as a member of the Lincoln Project, and they found 21 more men once again promising jobs and political and career advice and in exchange for sex. Um, at that point of Lincoln Project so that he was a predator that they are, You know, a gas that they are so angry and discussed in their fathers. And how could he they? You know they're wrecked. Wilson was basically crying on a video string yesterday. Um And, uh, you know, they're they're saying that they had no idea that it was that they are They're not, You know, culpable of anything. It was completely disgusting and shocking and they hope law enforcement get involved. Now, let's go back to the 14 year old for a second, because if, in fact they did anything sexual together, that would be a crime. Well, the correspondents time according to size, they didn't even sexual. He kept on like he kept up a relationship. The 14 year old offering him career advice. And then the minute he turned 18 basically was pursuing him for sex. But grooming him for four years. Why? That's really putting in long hours at the office. Yes, so that I don't I don't believe I do know of sexual encounters young men had with John Weaver for a job opportunity. I do know, so I have sources. You've told me that they had a sexual relationship for a job opportunity, by the way, none of which that materialize after the sexual encounter took place s O. I do know that that did happen. I'm 100% certain all That's um, the the thing that by the way since then an intern of Lincoln Project so that he was Room by John We were so wasn't like Rick Wilson's on his podcast said to defect of There's only three people who knew about this. John Weaver himself Gay Twitter, which is not a thing it's called Election Twitter. Um, and media personalities in D. C in Washington. Um, who who have known about this for decades, but he you know, he didn't know because he lives in North Florida. I can tell you. When I started this story, I will tell them all that sort of set up before I I've never dealt with a story on sexual harassment for especially one dealing with young men who are sexually harassed by a man and I called one of my friends who's a very well known writer and journalist, and I said, I'm doing this story. He's that with many stories like this I asked him for advice, and all I said was. It is a political consultant who works in Republican campaign and he said, Oh, John Weaver, right? It was so well known around Washington, D C around political consultants around media personalities. I was astounded it was harder to find people who had not heard something Then people. I'm sure I just can't believe for that. But but it was it was. They basically sat there and said that they heard that he was doing something weird. But that doesn't actually Bring up what did they actually know? What is something weird? I don't believe that anyone of Lincoln Project and knew about the 14 year old. I heard a lot of stories. I never heard that. So I don't believe that they ever heard about a 14 year old. However, they acknowledged saying there was something weird. They acknowledge that they heard of a New York Post story being worked on all summer Mom, the one that I was working on another journalist. My story came out in early January. They said nothing for three weeks about my claims about him being a predator. And Now they are outraged, and now they're threatening. I think to sue anyone who says they knew stuff beforehand. Have you spoken any victims who reached out to any other members of the Lincoln Project to let them know what Weaver was doing? I reached out to one. He didn't want to speak to me. But he publicly made the claim that he called three members of the Lincoln Project, including Mike Madrid, California's on Mike Madrid. Another co founder, Lincoln Project, and he said he spoke to Mike Madrid was blown off and that he spoke to another one. I can remember her blossom. It's fair or something or other on he spoke to her on the phone and she blew him off, but acknowledged that she knew About the sexual assault allegations of sexual harassment allegation. Um, that was the tweet that he put out, But other than that, I have not reached out to people who have reach out to them. I've heard whispers and certainly Interns at the Lincoln Project New. I mean, I've spoken to more than one internal Lincoln Project who all knew what John Weaver was doing some of the more action My best sources are in terms of the Lincoln Project to knew what John Weaver was doing. So the idea that nobody in the building or no, I don't. They even had a building. But nobody in the network knew about John Weaver is seems at least at the very least. Interns are coming forward, saying that they knew because they were profiled and another want victim has said that you spoke to three people, including Mike Madrid. Like I said. Saying he told them he warned them and they were ignored. Do you believe that they didn't respond to your reporting and subsequent reporting? And really, they didn't say anything about it until the New York Times piece because they just assumed that if they didn't talk about it, the mainstream media would cover for them, and no one would hear about it. Well, I I don't know what was in their head..
"john statement" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"What you're going to hear this man. Keep late woman. He played Knick knack on my tongue with a Knick knack, Paddy, whack love doing that. And if my radio partner made the statement, this is what you're going to hear. Why, son, My oldest, still says he always remembers that. Why don't loves his hot dogs. Smothered in under Who doesn't? Yes. Now that we are the home of the sacks. We can get some of those hot dog. But you can right here we go. John Statement number one I'm sorry. Am I disturbing you from taxing with your other friends? I'm sorry. Am I disturbing you from texting with your other friends? I totally wild. No, I'm giving a rat's ass who we text, John. Oh, care text away girl. So this, um this was this was last night and I was deep in. I was reading an article and my wife started attacks chain with a couple of other people, and it took my phone just kept blowing up. And she want money ago. Enough already enough would be in this tax chain. I'm trying to read here and she looked at Michigan. Oh, Am I disturbing you with Waddell and your other friends on your tax chain? She was very, very I guess right that there's I think there's some tension there really doing well, we're way we're tired of each other. It's my boy all day. Every day. I need to go to work. I need to go to the studio. I need to get out of the house accent just wiped poop on the door. Yeah. Really? No, man. John, you need these next two. Okay, so really All right. Status. Stephen number two. Go back to arguing with Mitch Travis Key fans on Twitter. Go back to arguing with Mitch. Travis Key fans. I'm Twitter that got me while.
"john statement" Discussed on Past Episodes
"Another episode of dateable a show all about modern dating. I'm so excited because today we have a remote guest which is not very often than we do on the show before her. It's worth it. Her name is chelsea white. Hey girl has would. Jerry high pitched where that came from ida shown. Let's escape boys. You know you gotta. Overconfidence like over a boat. So you just feel it on. The side of my my cat feels that he's sitting beside me and licking his butt so he really feel chelsea's calling us from new york. I'm going to give a little background about chelsea. And i have a little surprise for youtube because oh internet stocking and noam's up so now chelsea thirty five years old. She's currently in a monogamous relationship. So her bios just so impressive and kind long so stick with me everyone. She's a comedian host and a producer living in new york currently. She's the host of the web series. Show me your kitty. Pretty little liars. Podcast called cabernet and a a dating. Podcast called ghost stories and a writer and producer of the hit mtv. Show girl code now. I'm going to stop you there because my friend alana becker was show and alana is such a key is so many people that connected with that so funny she also so because of that connection because when i said that i was like oh i totally heard of your name turns out. We have eleven friends in common on facebook. Facebook bright link. We have the same agent in new york. Which is Mark turner birch off. And then the third group which is even more interesting set. Is that your friends with Our pass guest madison perry eight easter run a show together. We used to produce a show together with our third co-producer all patel canoe young comedians. Because it's both nyc. I right so so i would. I is that i. I went to college madison. We eat you stop this. Podcast offline by massive berry having like four g right now. he doesn't remember. Madison perry's was season two and it was love sex in burning man. Yes and we talked about his book. Have you read his book chelsea. I have like several copies here at. We both loved his book and thought it was hilarious. I love that. It was like from a male perspective of his journey. It was it was a great episode. So you should go back and listen to his up. He's hilarious obviously is so unknown now. We're all friends. I know so now. That's that's great tone for now. I'm not done with your bio here god. I love cats. Spent on tv shows the jazz. We talked about girl code on. Mtv tlc's what not to wear. I hope you were what to wear right. Vh1's big morning. Buzz live mtv's fucking mtv and at trl. You may have seen her jokes featured in us weekly's fashion police. Call them in your posts. One hundred and fifty best jests and comics favorite jokes and on marie-claire dot com named as a finalist in the two thousand seven comedy cellar laugh off. She's played comedy venues and festivals nationwide. Now here's some fun facts. She's a lover of wine. Snacks and john stay mos who've recently got engaged to a girl i taught house we can. I swear i'm sorry outset omar. You're going to say an also. I went to college john statement and we're best friends and we're recently age but he is gift to your friends i. There's so much to unpack in what you just said first of all. I don't think. I realized he just got engaged. Which i feel. Samsung isocell devastated about it. In general. I feel devastated. Also i didn't realize that i get the news. Also how crazy that you know this girl. This is what's happened. I knew the day in new york and she Had never met john stamos but apparently they were on the same episode of One of those like ncis. But it wasn't it was like law and order but they were on the same episode longtime ago before and they connected in the last two years and now they're engaged unlike what she's marrying uncle joe a day need to cover the podcast. Maybe there so you need to get jumped in. He's beautiful He's like age like bottle. You realize wanting to episode on big age gaps in a interrelate zsa. I'll have my people call his people but speaking of our people. Let's talk about what we're really here to talk about. Which is dating terance. What says is also thank you for getting my leg. Apparently eleven page long bio that was very lovely which uses race nurses say. But why don't you talk about yourself about your history with threats okay. So yes so our trinet. I was diagnosed officially when i was like four ish My parents noticed that i was doing some chicks. Such as squeezing is shot squeezing my finger shut sort of nodding my head shaking beheaded Like stepping by now things like that and they would ask me about it in some like for three. I'm like i don't know i'm doing. These things are why are you. Not you know you're just like i don't know just what i do right Squeezing our show. I don't know to tell you. Actually i diagnosed with epilepsy mistakenly because the doctor sort of i mean you know like you said a thirty five animal old woman so this is in the eighties. And they were sending like there's going to be a doctor listening. Tell me mixing out my My name's here but like eeg. I think that's like the looking rain waves. And they're sending it but they had to send it through like stone lions to get it red at some facility within a dial out like maybe the dialing on their whatever their motive and This read the report. Diagnosed me with a-plus. So i went on at medication for being epileptic and my parents were like why is she getting so much worse than name of other doctors in one of the big trouble. That with threats is still in this. Jay which is also oprah's thing to say like it's still so misdiagnosing so underdiagnosed diagnosed because it's such a. It's a disease that can or a neurological disorder that can manifest itself so differently so many doctors still Aren't you know completely educated about due due to no fault of their own. I mean there's so many things that could go wrong with. The human body like doctors can absorb enough so much information so so basically i was finally just sort of found that one doctor that immediately said to my parents oh well your daughter's threat simple as that and once we have that.
"john statement" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"I'm your host. Great works, And if you're just joining us, we ended our first segment. Talking about the very last phrase of first John Chapter four verse 17, Which says this Because as he is, so are we in this world When I said last in our last segment was that this means that the righteousness and perfection of Jesus is transferred to the believer. In other words, the resume of Jesus is taken by us and we give him our rotten, sinful resume to take Paul says this and Roman's Chapter three verse 21 through 22 listen carefully. Here's what it says Paul writing. But now the righteousness of God, apart from the law is revealed being witnessed by the law and the profits, even the righteousness of God through faith. In Jesus Christ to all and on all who believe There is no difference for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God being justified freely by his grace through the redemption that is in Christ, Jesus. Here's what's very important. This doesn't mean that the Christian is perfect in the here and the now it means that God, the father sees the perfection of his son in the believer. Even the Christian blows it even though the Christian sins God sees the Christian as perfect because the righteousness of Jesus has been imputed or given to the believer. Now, listen. This doesn't mean that the Christian has a license to sin. As a matter of fact, the person who seeks to obey and to submit to God and to live a life pleasing to God. Is one of the proofs that you are truly a Christian. So Jonah's saying that position Aly, we are right now, as Jesus is meaning that as a member of his body as all Christians are, our position in the world is like his position in heaven. In other words, God believe it or not sees us spiritually as perfect because God, the father sees the perfection off his son Christ on us and in us That's the beauty of having peace with God. And we have peace with God. We then have the rightto have relationship with God. Now this bridge is the reader. This bridge is us. From here. That's a verse 17 to the next verse, verse 18. Here's what verse 18 says. Quote. There's no fear in love. But perfect love casts out fear, because fear involves torment. But he who fears has not been made perfect in love. This verse has significant application for us today. I'll explain that in a moment as very fact in context with Jonah's saying is tie really with verse 17 I remember in verse 17 John brought up the issue of judgment. That we can have confidence on the day of judgment. That was John statement in verse 17. Now here in verse, 18. He opens up by saying this there is no fear in love. Very simply. This is saying that anyone was put their trust and faith in Christ has no reason to fear that judgment that is coming. Here's a Jesus said in John Chapter five, verse 24. Jesus speaking says I say to you, he who hears my word and believes in him who sent me has everlasting life and shall not come into judgment. But it's passed from death to life. Word Fear and Greek is the word foe boss. We get the word phobia. Some also say far boss. And this word Favas reflects the idea of fear It reflects a desire to flee from something. Reflects tear. But more than that, it also reflects guilt and this guilt is associate with and anticipates the reality really off an inevitable and a deserved punishment. This is what verse 18 saying is connecting all that I just said together now almost would agree that guilt has a way of tormenting us, doesn't it? Even though we haven't been punished or judged yet guilt itself really is and can be looked at as a punishment in the torture Now when Jesus comes to judge There's going to be great fear. There's going to be terror upon everyone who has rejected the sun and Jonah's saying, But you You who are in Christ have no need to be in fear. You'll have no need to be in terror. Why? Because those who are in Christ will not come into judgment. That's what Jesus saying in John, Chapter five verse 24. This is why coming to Jesus is so beautiful. Jesus takes arson upon himself. He removes the sin. And removes the punishment and listen carefully. He removes the guilt The guilt is taking are taken away. So if you are in the love of God You have confidence. This is why John says, But perfect love casts out fear. You seem to be fearful means that you lack confidence. Now when I say that I'm referring to fear in regard to God himself, I'm not talking about skydiving. Or finding herself in a shark cage, though there may be some connection to that, probably in some way. But a lack of confidence reveals that a person has not made perfect in love. If you are a Christian, and you understand God's love to his Children. Then we shouldn't be afraid of the future. We shouldn't be afraid of God's future judgment upon the world and we shouldn't be afraid of eternity. It is Romans Chapter eight verse, 38 39 say. In paraphrase Paul says that neither death nor life nor angels or demons or anything present, hear anything in the future will be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ, Jesus. The answer. The antidote to fear to anxiety has nothing to do with looking at your fears and phobias and trying to face them. Oh, no..
"john statement" Discussed on House of the Risen Son
"Is a liar. And the truth is not in them. And if anyone basis word God's love is truly made complete in him. This is how we know we are in him. Whoever claims to live in him must walk as Jesus did. Dear friends I'm not writing you a new command, but an old one which you have had since the beginning this command is the message you have heard yet I am writing you a new command. It's truth is seen in him and you because the darkness is passing away and the true light has already shining. Anyone who claims to be in the light but hates his brother is still in the darkness whoever loves his brother lives in the light and there's nothing in him to make him stumble. But whoever hates his brother is in the darkness and walks around in the darkness? He does not know where he is going because the darkness has blinded him. So what is going on with these believers in the church or churches that John is writing to decline him to write these things. Really strong words. The letter was sent to a group or groups of believers, some of them who had abandoned faith in Jesus as the Messiah as had I been taught to them. These believers found the proclamation that God had come in human form impossible to reconcile with a common. Greek idea that the flesh was evil and only spirit is good and we've already looked at this idea and found it to be false. These believers who did not accept the truth of Jesus was still claim to know, God I'm belong to God but they live immoral lives and also locked practical love of carrying for the needs of others. These people asserted that their spiritual insight put them above the rest of the group. which they demonstrated by deserting the fellowship which left those who remained deeply shaken and uncertain about everything they've been taught. You imagine if half the church and got up and said, we have special insight you guys don't. WanNa. Hear. What would that do you? Just, absolutely rattled you're and everything you believed and taught and everything that you've heard from the last number of years everything. The disciples had been doing and teaching of the apostles teaching just got shot down the window because these guys and gals were not willing to give up their false beliefs, they were not willing to accept the truth. John the writer of this letter was someone who is close to this community and who had been an eyewitness of Jesus. John Starts, later by saying. That which was from the beginning which we have heard, which we have seen with our own eyes, which we have looked at and our hands of touched this, we proclaim concerning the word of life. John Rates to assure them that what they heard from the beginning isn't he true? The letter testifies to the reality of the Messiah coming in the flesh and reassures the believers they have full access to the truth. It emphasizes Godly living and practical carrying assigns of those who genuinely know God. So. Let's unpack this and see if what John says isn't this letter lines up with Jesus what Jesus said while he was here on earth? John makes a number of passages of what I call truth statements statement that he makes absolute fact. Statement Number One. We know that we have come to know him Jesus if we obey his commands says. I know him but not do what he commands is a liar and the truth is not in that person. Strong words but what did Jesus say? I just back up and say please note that John is not stating that we have to perfectly obey Jesus commands to evidence that we know. Jesus. Aaron. Shared last week. How will indeed failed to keep his commands and there's mercy and forgiveness through the failures the ideas being conveyed is that we are in agreement with Jesus Commands. We agree Jesus commands are right and true and good, and we are working toward obeying them more and more changing our attitudes and actions is a process that impart is accomplished by changing our thoughts which we do by reading and meditating and memorizing God's word. The Bible says we are transformed by the renewing of our minds. So, what did Jesus say and is it consistent with John Statement? In John Fourteen twenty, one Jesus says, whoever has my commands and obey them? He's the one who loves me. Isn't that what we heard John say. Absolutely, Jesus goes on to say if anyone loves me, he will obey my teachings. My father will love him and we will come to him and make our home with him. He who does not love me will not obey my teaching. Why do you think John Makes this statement and does so with such great confidence. Jonah sating this and the other statements is fact John Makes the statement? So confidently because he was present when Jesus spoke them. He was there and so when you see what John says, we see it's an echoing of what Jesus has already said it's the truth. Statement. Number to anyone who claims to be in the light but hates a brother or sister is still under darkness. Anyone, who loves her brother OR SISTER? Lives in the light and there is nothing in them to make them stumble. But anyone who hates a brother or sister is in the darkness walks around in the darkness. They do not know where they're going because the darkness is blinded them. What did Jesus say? John Jesus said in John Three Twenty. Everyone who does evil hates the light and will not come into the light for fear that their deeds will be exposed. You also set in twelve John Twelve thirty five, the man who walks in the dark does not know where he is going. And the also said I have come into the world as a light so that no one who believes in me should stay darkness. John Eight twelve Jesus said I am the light of the world whoever follows me will never walk in darkness but will have the light of life. Again. John. Repeating what he heard. Jesus say during his time as a disciple Jesus. John's response to the false teaching was to state the truth that he had personally learned in witnessed from Jesus. Truth dispels lies. I suspect the believers who were not willing to let go of their false beliefs were not willing to be open and accountable to their fellow believers. And we're not willing to teachable. I also suspect there were parts of their lives. They did not want exam, we're not willing to give up. You think the problem of narcissism going away. Hasn't sadly the answer is no. There are still people who are combining Christian beliefs with false beliefs. How about and how many of you heard this? I don't need to go to church to be a Christian. You ever had somebody say that to you. It's usually you hear it right after you tell somebody going to church and or inviting them to church. But what does the Bible say Hebrews Ten twenty five says, let us not give up meeting together a some of our in the habit of doing but let us encourage one another and all the more as you see the approaching. So. When you talk with a person who declared, they don't need to go to church to be. Christian. Usually. When you ask a few more questions, the truth comes out. If you ask about how often they read their Bible or what their favorite verse passages or God has been doing or showing them in their life. The. Answers are not affirming a vibrant growing relationship with Christ. If you ask about their prayer life. Or people they are ministering to both are sparser non-existent. Talk with them a little longer. But what is going on in their life and you will not find evidence of the fruit of the spirit you won't see love or joy or peace patience kindness goodness faithfulness gentleness or self control or any other.
"john statement" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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"john statement" Discussed on Michigan Policast
"Every president this one past future all have the right to self-defence always and they don't enough to go to Congress to deal with that if we are under imminent threat we should go. And that's exactly why I want to know the basis of that right. I I have no problem with that what I have a problem with is the larger conversation of where this leads and we've already started to see events turning that we're largely predictable that could you know inadvertently lead us into a conflict. So should we have a conversation about that. I'm not trying to be Secretary of state. I'm trying to understand if we a nation should be having a conversation if we want to get into another another protracted war in the Middle East. I don't think there's anything wrong with having that conversation. War Peace Human Rights impeachment and presidential polls just another week and are increasingly. Topsy Turvy world. This is the Michigan podcast. We're all about Michigan Policy and politics and the national currency influencing our pleasant peninsulas. I'm also org. I'm Christine. Bury a first term member of Congress from Michigan is again in the national spotlight. Leading Congressional pushback on President Trump's warmongering urges this. I'm amy care. Harden the voting in Michigan's presidential primary begins in just two weeks as absentee ballots. Arrive in mailboxes. And we've got new polling data data reaffirming Michigan as a purple state. And we'll be joined this week by the CO author of Michigan's landmark Elliot Larsen Civil Rights Act Forty four years after a Nachman of his law former state representative. Mel Larson is part of a broad coalition to expand the law to protect against discrimination based on sexual orientation or personal religious just beliefs. We'll talk with Mr Larson but first a big. Thank you from the podcast. Yes we are delighted to welcome progress Michigan as the presenting underwriter of the podcast and soon we'll be initiating. A new segment of the pod called work in progress which will focus on the state government policy activism. Also a big big. Thank you the monthly magazine. Our Detroit published an article titled Five Michigan Podcasts. That get state state politics right and we are very appreciative to be one of the five so again thank you our Detroit's. The presidential campaign seems endless but from Michigan the beginning of the end is in two weeks. Primary Election Day is March tenth. But thanks to proposal three you can start voting. In Michigan's presidential primaries earliest earliest January thirtieth. Just go to your local kirks office and request a male and ballots and that gives more urgency to the latest polling. This is from the Glenn. Gareth proof published published in the Detroit News. It shows that Vice President Biden and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg had the best chances of beating. Donald Trump in Michigan among the five Democratic candidates in the top of the primary Field Biden has the whitest lead against trump. And it's only seven points fifty to forty three. This is a survey that was conducted January third through seventh among six hundred likely Michigan. Voters by the Glenn Gareth Group provided to the Detroit News. Bloomberg's had forty seven forty one now the other three are also ahead but it's closer Bernie Sanders forty nine forty five. He's been endorsed by Rashida Khalib in Michigan one of the few major endorsements in the states where near the candidates dates trump faces his best reelection prospects against former South Bend mayor. Pete put a judge and US Senator Elizabeth Warren they both have to point lead over trump which is well within within the margin of error of plus or minus four percentage points. The thing that's really I think most fascinating about this poll is Democrats and Republicans are really geeked about the selection. We are going to have possibly will possibly almost likely very record turnout. That can change an awful lot of things. I was really surprised by the that that Bloomberg is surging in Michigan. That's just came out of the blue. I was blindsided by it. Would you watch television. A little is all over the the the TV. It amazing okay so then that would be a demographic probably my age and older that is watching television efficient catching those ads. Because I'm I'm much more. I'm I'm on my computer and on my smartphone on my turn on the TV once in a blue moon bet could be the difference because every time I turn on the TV Either him or Tom Steyer all over the place but Bloomberg has spent so far in this campaign one hundred fifty three million dollars of his own money on television television ads. That is more than the rest of the field combined. If you don't count Tom Star. And then there's spot the ten million for the Super Bowl and the real value and they add some pad. Save America Erica. Guys pointed this out. It's not in the AD itself it is in the spend that they get In the media basically talking about the ad over and over again. There's a lot of other pulse to not just Michigan. But a ton of them that come out in the last week including of course Iowa and the really good demand register. CNN poll which always has very good numbers and rather rather than get into all those numbers on the pod Christina. You'll put a Lincoln to the notes. realclearpolitics maintains a one page that lists all of the most recent polls and the the two things that they show. Is that Iowa and New Hampshire both up for grabs right now. Among the top four candidates any one of them could win in either one of those Oh states and that also shows National Joe Biden just holding onto his lead he really is. He is leading in a lot of places. And sometimes it's within the margin of error. Even in Wisconsin. He is. He's up by two which I thought there would be a little bit. More Progressive Pushing Wisconsin. I don't know why he's doing thinks that well but he sure is also the Glenn Gareth Group. They didn't just pull the presidential race in Michigan. They also took a look at the. US Senate race. And I'm really not surprised. Is it shows that it's fairly tight right now. With Gary Peters on top forty four forty which leaves a huge undecided sixteen percent and I really kind of lay that at the fetus Senator Peters. He spends spends most of his time doing his job in very little time campaigning. or getting a lot of visibility. You see a lot more of most members of the Senate on TV especially than Gary Peters. So it's GonNa it's GonNa take some time but on the other hand there's going to be a ton of money spent on that racist very clear. Both of them are raising a lot of money. It is crazy. It's a John. James hasn't said what his cash on hand total is. We won't know that until the finance report is out at the end of the month. Peters has eight million in the bank he's raised more than a god nine point three million since the start of the year. James says he's raised about eight million during that same time. I mean there's there's definitely a lot of fundraising going on. But Gary Peters like you said is not the big flashy campaigner he. He does the Work Il obviously he does his fundraising that he has to do. Who Does his can't he is working his campaign? He's just not flashy and John. James is a little bit more out there because he asked to be as a challenger while he's been out there raising money hasn't been out there in terms terms of public visibility. I had breakfast with a good friend of mine. WHO's been a reporter at the Capitol for the last forty years? And he says John James has been invisible There's absolutely no sign. Honor be shows up once in a while at an event for somebody else he showed up at the trump rally very briefly but he is in basically out there raising money. Not just in Michigan mostly outside the state because Republicans. I can see Michigan. It's just one of two states in the whole nation where they at least have a chance of picking up a seat in the Senate the other one being Alabama were Doug. Jones pulled off that incredible upset in the special special election. And so they're they're really focused on Michigan. My question is how much money is. They're out there. You look at the the most recent campaign finance finance reports and the top Democratic candidates for president between them raised about I think it was one hundred twenty one hundred thirty million dollars trump raise a boatload load of cash. I think it was forty five million. It seems like a bottomless pit of money out. There people willing to put their money where their their mouth is when it comes to political races. How continue if we could harness that energy and that money and put it into worthwhile causes health care and education infrastructure? That would be wonderful. But I don't see see that happening until we overturn citizens united and that doesn't even take into account Bloomberg inspire who are spending their own money. God bless and they just happened to be billionaires in the case of Bloomberg allegedly the fifth richest man on the planet worth fifty five or so billion dollars the quarter of a billion that he has spent already is just a rounding error for him But it is just amazing. How much money? They're dumping in as well and Bloomberg has said that regardless of what happens with the nomination. He's an until November. He is going to be fighting to knock DOC DONALD TRUMP out of office. And that's good news because I don't I can't see my Bloomberg getting the nomination. I don't see what his constituency is within the party. I create put some his. Yeah putting those ads out there spending the money on on defeating trump. I suppose is important because you know you don't want to bring a knife to a gunfight you have to and I'll play in the same game amy. I mentioned the congressional fundraising and the two seats in Michigan. That flipped last time the two Democrats that one though seats are doing pretty pretty darn well. Republicans have targeted to Oakland County. first-termers Elissa slatkin and Hayley Stevens. Both of them have responded with amazing. Fundraising Watkin Watkin. I'm just I'm in awe of her. I don't actually get that many fundraising emails from her. Some of the presidential candidates I get three and four day and slacken. I think I only get like five a a week. which seems like nothing compares but she raise one and a quarter million dollars over the first three months of two thousand nineteen and cash on hand? Now say soon I find that number here here. She's got two point eight million dollars cash on hand and more importantly she's got four Republicans running for the nomination against her and it's four people. Nobody I've ever heard of and they're splitting the fundraising among them. They're splitting the fundraising. But you also you can't beat somebody with nobody and that's pretty much what they've got right now. Although if you look back who would hurt a Elissa slatkin plotkin two years ago She was kind of nobody nashes on the national stage and then also in Oakland County. You've got Hayley Stevens a rare that five hundred fifty thousand dollars in the final quarter of twenty twenty nineteen according to her campaign and again. There's nobody really prominent running against her at this point So it's looking good for the Democrats. Plus you've got the two races in in West Michigan. The rumor is still floating. And he's doing nothing to stop at the Fred Upton. It's not going to run for reelection That he's GonNa bail out rather take on John Hopefully isn't it over election election. He was interviewed on his local radio station last week and he basically took a pass on whether or not he was gonNA run. He says he has made up his mind yet. Well that's John Statement. They don't making a statement now. He's going to have to worry about money if he does run his personally very wealthy and aired of the whirlpool fortune. And he's got a lot of money in the bank but he's also a sixty six years old. He may be looking at polling that shows that perhaps Donald Trump's going to hurt them but in the last election Republicans carried that district ex- lightly for both governor and for United States. Senate John James Edge Debbie seven on that district and Bill Schutte Edge. Gretchen Whitmer in that district as well but again that was a gubernatorial reelection. It was a record turnout but there will be a bigger turnout for the presidential election in his polling. Maybe showing him that he could go out as a loser and certainly not the way. WanNa wrap up national career and then you've got the fun over in grand rapids with the three way race between whoever gets the Republican nomination my money's on mired a win that against one one of the two Democrats that are running who both have strong credentials. Although they're politically relatively unknown and Justin Amash running as an independent with a lot of outside support from never trump Republicans lukens who respect the fact that he was willing to speak his mind when it came to the president and all of his misdeeds. I'm sure he's going to pick up democratic support as well from from people who are. Maybe you're not diehard but really you know really like Justin and maybe they'll be democratic on the rest of the ticket but they really like him because of his principled stance on being accountable table and being consistent with what he believes the constitution stands for. Yeah he's an important voice in that particular race and across the nation. I think that he's really caught fire. You know we've been talking about the fundraising and the election. Nearing of these districts but what is also really interesting as Elissa slot getting what's happening with her. In Washington on Thursday the House passed a resolution basically telling Donald trump yester- work with Congress before he drops anymore bombs in the Middle East. Democrats went with Slatkin as the floor manager. For the resolution Schuessel chief sponsor. The national media took note with multiple interviews including ten minutes. NBC's morning Joe. When slot can talked about the decisions of George W Bush and Barack Obama against assassinating General Qassim Suleimani? What always kept us from moving forward and having the sort of conversation pursue at a serious level was the expected response that we knew that taking out the equivalent of a four star general.
"john statement" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"To do that where is the love of country become a bad thing John well it came a bad thing in our higher education system in its poured out to the rest of society through our Hollywood to the media I don't think it's a bad thing if you ask your average American in this country but in a league media circles on our college campuses I mean to say that your patriot I mean people call you a racist they'll call you all these terrible names at one time the American League didn't used to be like that I think about men like Theodore Roosevelt at one time and this is a man who was a part of the American elite who was all about being an American and let's be truth truthful about teddy is a progressive yes I mean as a man's man and a hunter and everything else but it was pretty a progressive guy but he loved it and loved America yes and that's the that's the big difference between you know there's a a progressive like theater Roosevelt who could say no hyphenated Americans were all America as and he he forcefully advocated for that and then modern progressivism which says that the idea of being an American in saying that you love your country is somehow hateful you know and and that's so different than how our country was founded what is allowed us to assimilate immigrants and things like this it's that this mystic chords of memory reply. out of our country's Pratt pastor proud of what we are and will fight and defend those things the role of ideas and sometimes literally fight to defend those things and and that's going away in a huge large diverse Republic like ours if we lose those values we lose our country though the book is the war on history the conspiracy to rewrite America's policy it is fresh it's just been released my parents as you know as children suffered on the fascism and then were persecuted under communism my father was arrested tortured and suffered in a political prison under communism what people would do to resist on a on a very prosaic level is the kids would come home from the brain washing indoctrination at school and then their parents would teach them the truth at home no behind closed doors the real history we don't need we don't want to get to the point where it with that's what we do in America we'll have to do in addition to buying your book Jack what do we do as Americans to push back on on the propaganda you have to step up and step out you have to be like my parents were when you have teachers who don't teach about American values you confront them when you have local communities were statues under attack you say that's not right you organize your local communities use information I mean you fight back on these ideas to this bad this battle taking place in communities across this country it's not just happening on a national level it's not just about people media people or institutions the need to fight this is everybody I mean this is your country the other lot of courageous people who had to stand up for what's right in our country's history you need to draw that line you need to use information you need to fight back you know fortunately I I hope I can educate people with my book so they have the arguments that they need especially when they're debating our history when they're trying to defend the great men and women who made this country great to begin with well you've done a great service let's all start today let's educate ourselves on what they are doing as Lenin. as Stalin as even Hitler said give me that children and I will own that future that's why they're lying about our history because they want to control your future your children's and your grandchildren sees John statement of the heritage foundation columnist with the fabulous daily signal and the book is the war on the history it's just come out now the conspiracy to rewrite America's poss thank you Jared I'm Sebastian Bach of this is America first in Salem radio network from respected dot com studios really factor I never travel without it I took my little packets my full capsules a day to Rome took them in the morning in the evening without fail why because I don't want to have back pain again I'd call me crazy but I don't want it to come back I had it for nine years it was absolutely excruciating every Sunday when I knelt down in church it would flare up. not good nine years when I started taking really factor this incredible part from the father and son team of pizza themself Talbot within two weeks the pain was gonna and has yet to come back as long as I take this photo caption in the morning with my teeth this photo capsules the night with my dinner we are golden should you find out if we factor can work for you trust the endorsements of my colleagues incredible individuals like Dennis Prager huge you it might Galaga Larry elder who will stand by this product as to why we'll just listen to your fellow Americans girly factor dot com.
"john statement" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Permit them to do that when did the love of country become a bad thing John well it came a bad thing in our higher education system in its poured out to the rest of society through our Hollywood to the media I don't think it's a bad thing if you ask your average American in this country but in the lead media circles on our college campuses I mean to say that your patriot I mean people call you a racist they'll call you all these terrible names at one time the American League didn't used to be like I think about men like Theodore Roosevelt at one time and this is a man who was a part of the American elite who was all about being an American and let's be truth truthful about teddy is a progressive yes I mean it was a man's man and a hunter and everything else but it was pretty a progressive guy but he loved it and loved America yes and that's the that's the big difference between you know there's a a progressive like theater Roosevelt who could say no hyphenated Americans were all America's and he he forcefully advocated for that and then modern progressivism which says that the idea of being an American in saying that you love your country is somehow hateful you know it and and that's so different than how our country was founded what is allowed us to assimilate immigrants and things like this it's that this mystic chords of memory were proud. of our country's Pratt pastor proud of what we are and will fight and defend those things the role of ideas and sometimes literally fight to defend those things and and that's going away in a huge large diverse Republic like ours if we lose those values we lose our country though the book is the war on history the conspiracy to rewrite America's policy it is fresh it's just been released my parents as you know as children suffered on the fascism and then were persecuted under communism my father was arrested tortured and suffered in the political prison under communism what people would do to resist on a on a very prosaic level is the kids would come home from the brain washing indoctrination at school and then the parents would teach them the truth at home no behind closed doors the real history we don't need we don't want to get to the point where it with that's what we do in America we'll have to do in addition to buying your book Jack what do we do as Americans to push back on on the propaganda you have to step up and step out you have to be like my parents were when you have teachers who don't teach about American values you confront them when you have local communities were statues under attack you say that's not right you organized to local communities he use information I mean you fight back on these ideas to this bad this battle taking place in communities across this country it's not just happening on a national level it's not just about people media people or institutions the need to fight this is everybody I mean this is your country the other lot of courageous people who had to stand up for what's right in our country's history you need to draw that line you need to use information you need to fight back you know fortunately I I hope I can educate people with my book so they have the arguments that they need especially when they're debating our history when they're trying to defend the great men and women who made this country great to begin with well you've done a great service let's all start today let's educate ourselves on what they are doing as Lenin as Stalin. as even Hitler said give me that children and I will own that future that's why they're lying about our history because they want to control your future your children's and grandchildren's he's John statement of the heritage foundation columnist with the fabulous daily signal and the book is the war on the history it's just come out now the conspiracy to rewrite America's poss thank you Jared I'm Sebastian Bach of this is America first on the Salem radio network from respected dot com studios really factor I never travel without it I took my little packets my portal capsules a day to Rome took them in the morning in the evening without fail why because I don't want to have back pain again I call me crazy but I don't want it to come back I had it for nine years it was absolutely excruciating every Sunday when I knelt down in church it would flare up. not good nine years when I started taking re factor this incredible part from the father and son team of pizza themself Talbot within two weeks the pain was gonna and has yet to come back as long as I take this for all caps in the morning with my teeth this photo capsules the night with my dinner we are golden should you find out if we factor can work for you trust the endorsements of my colleagues incredible individuals like Dennis Prager huge.
"john statement" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"Of different sites that carry countless numbers of his Bible teaching you will profit by anything you listen to but I'm going to share with you some of his writing on the Holy Spirit. I'm going to begin in chapter one and just read a few pages to you about John. The dipper or John The plunger which is what the Bible calls him. Why was John Baptizing. Well a very simple reason reason to get people cleaned up yet the Jordan besides being the lowest river on earth is also one of the muggiest especially in its lower reaches just before it enters the Dead Sea name. The Leper was not only the one defined find the dirty little stream and objectionable evolution but the object of the exercise was not physical cleanliness. Sir John saw his baptism as a sacrament though he would not have used the word that is a physical action with moral and spiritual results in this case pass since would be washed away forgiven the baptized would emerge from the river with a clean conscience this would not happen because of any special quality in the water but because the God awed told John to baptize would work a miracle when he did it not that this would happen automatically it would only only worked for those who recognize their sins were willing to name them and Public Confession and had acted in such a way as to prove approve. They had truly repented of them. Renounciation to restitution the Miracle Miracle was not magical. It was thoroughly moral. The reason for John's activity was as simple as its object. The Kingdom of God was at hand. The time was very near when God's rule would intervene in human affairs as the people of God it had long to see for very long time but now it was it was coming and they were far from ready eighty a holy. God would not overlook sin particularly in his own nation he would come with fire burning up. All that was ungodly well. John also knew that God would reestablish his kingdom on earth to a king like David indeed a son of David. John Jon knew he himself was not the Messiah nor did he discovered that it was his own cousin until quite a late stage but but he saw himself as one to prepare the way for him the forerunner the Elijah before the Elisha so John was calling the children of Israel back to the very place where they had crossed into the promised land of Canaan to begin all over again to make a clean start he was content with his ministry happy to be a voice in the very wilderness where he had spent many solitary years in preparation he had no ambition for himself ready as the the best man to hand over the bride to the bridegroom to become less as he would become greater. He was however only too aware of the limitations of his ministry. For one thing he performed no miracles of healing or or exer- systems even his mediating forgiveness of sins through baptism was not enough to meet the real need of sending people he could free them from sins in their past but not protect them from since in their future sure he could get them clean but he could not keep them clean he could minister remission of sins but not the removal of sin in other words. The relief from guilt could only be temporary. The needed much more help than he could possibly give them. If there was to be a permanent cure for their stubborn self-centeredness ordnace John simply didn't have the power to affect such a transformation in the lives of his hearers but he knew someone who did the very person for whom he was a forerunner was quote more powerful and quote and therefore worthy of greater honor. John did not feel qualified to untie his sandals sandals the job of second lowest slave and the very lowest of them to wash the feet. There were two things this quote coming. One unquote would do for sinners which no one else could do. After after John realized that his cousin Jesus the was the one expected. He pointed him out with memorable words. Look the lamb of God who takes away the sin of the World John One twenty nine. This is an amazing claim. John's followers were Jews. We may ask what association this might aroused in their minds. They were familiar with the sacrifice of the rams others might think of the scapegoat uncaring the sins of the people away into the wilderness but both rams and good goats had to be offered repeatedly whereas John Statement has a finality analogy about it taken away for good. The surprising note is in its. It's universal application. John's ministry was to his own people and their hopes for the future were often nationalistic but here is an announcement without ethnic limitations. The whole human race could be the beneficiaries. The gentiles are all included Christians reading the claim tend to refer its fulfillment to Jesus once and for all sacrifice on the cross but that application could be too limited. The verb takes away is in the present isn't continuous tents literally who goes on taking away which seems to point to an ongoing task that would stint extend through time and space as indeed it has done and is now doing it will only only stop it will not stop until it has reached the ends of the Earth and the end of the age wonderful though this is the the thrust is essentially negative. What will be put in its place. What will the empty space in the human heart heart what will fill it what will prevent seven unclean spirits from inhabiting the clean but they can property what will prevent them from coming in John had a clear and compelling answer to such a question is negative prediction prediction was matched by a very positive promise the words for which John would best be remembered and are very straightforward mark one eight. I baptize you in water but he will baptize you. In Holy. Spirit Spirit was not a new concept except to the Jewish leaders or the Jewish people their history contained many examples of the spirit of God his his invisible power coming on ordinary men and women enabling them to do extraordinary things to be baptized in spirit would be a new idea but the concept of being plunged was now familiar through John's actions in the River Jordan in some way the two baptisms would be analogous analogous an overwhelming overwhelming experience of being completely submerged in a fresh medium but the main emphasis in John Statement is on the adjective holy English translations mistakenly insert the definite article the turning a description into a name John was promising they would be plunged in holy spirit the real antidote to their sinful condition the same person who took their sin away with soak them in holiness. Holy was perfectly familiar to the Jews. Their God was the Holy Holy One of Israel and they're calling was to be holy as he was wholly to be holy people meant to be separated people separated from sin the positively separated for God not just clean but clean enough for God's exclusive use the plunging in small h holy a spirit was by far the most prominent feature in John's preaching surprisingly he only talked about the lamb of God taking away the sin of the world on occasion to a very limited audience but of baptism in the spirit is recorded needed. This was his message and mark one seven literally it means he kept on preaching regular repeatedly. He warned his disciples that a baptism in water forgiveness of sins was not enough breath but was all he could do for them. They must move onto another baptize her and another baptism or they would regress in Theref- to their former condition the clean beginning he had helped them to make would be wasted. Now this brief summary of the Ministry of the forerunner who prepared the way for Jesus. I want to turn to the following centuries to Jesus followers. The reason for entitling this first chapter is now clear he named it. The surprising silence John's repeated emphasis on Jesus as Baptize Tyzzer in the Holy Spirit has been largely ignored during most periods of church history and to stop a moment. I have to tell you oh I saw it as an add on known as the essential to be sealed in the Holy Spirit looking back through the centuries. It's clear that the rest of John's ministry has been faithfully continued by the Christian church his his practice of water baptism has been almost universal the quakers in the Salvation Army among the few exceptions. It has been added now that there are many changes people have made the baptism and it's not done by immersion usually but his his call for repentance reformation restitution is still proclaimed. His offer of forgiveness for sins committed is still being made even considered sittard the heart of the Good News The Gospel his warning about judgment to come for those who continue in their since has echoed more or less down through the years. Here's his identification of Jesus as the lamb who takes away the sin of the world has been widely incorporated into the liturgy the church especially in the Eucharist and the communion it is repeated around the world every Sunday but where is the ringing affirmation that Jesus Jesus is the Bab Tyzzer in the Holy Spirit it has been largely forgotten overshadowed by other titles and functions Sion's. He's been preached by most as savior and Lord by many as master and friend but almost no one preaches Jesus the baptize her the preaching has focused on the offer of forgiveness rather than on the offer of holiness anus in practice ministry has gone little beyond John the Baptist Ministry he was able able to get centers baptized and forgiven is that all the church today can and should be doing of course Christian pastors stirs can point to the Atonement of the Cross as the ground of forgiveness and baptize in the name of Jesus or the father the son and the Holy Spirit but in practice actes are the recipients of this any better off than John's disciples unless Jesus baptizing them seals them in the Holy Spirit to put it another way is holiness as necessary as forgiveness. If we are one day to see the Lord and look at Hebrews twelve fourteen without holiness no man we'll see the Lord is forgiveness forgiveness alone an adequate call qualification for admission to heaven so preaching being has focused on the past rather than the present work of Jesus would he did for us at the cross rather than what he does for us now from the Throne Room of God it is a pity that his ascension is remembered on a Thursday not a Sunday and is so often overlooked put that event that event is as important to Christian faith as his death burial and resurrection it was the inauguration of his present ministry as our high priest at the right hand of God.
"john statement" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Little boys. That's what kind of movies. They like. Yeah. No. I'm not saying that you dot let young children watch karate kid. I love the original karate kid, the first one one of my favorite movies, and my father who's pretty strict with when I could watch when I was a little sometimes his judgment was a little cloudy, or my understanding understanding of his judgment was a little cloudy because I recall watching Conan the barbarian when I was in the destroyer when I was very little and that's a pretty violent move. Eighty very violent, but how you turned out. So the other thing here is there's another search on the computer, and that is for something to the effect of rat poison or can rant poison kill a human. Okay. Also, very dark dark as hell. Not very promising. Again, John's explanation for this is this search on the computer was again at the request of his three children that during the course of that same movie somebody is killed by poisoning or rat poison. According to the movie that that he's watching with the kids. And so they searched this to figure out if that can actually hap-. Yeah. What my big problem with this? Search there buddy is made chicken, you made your boys favorite meal seems like if you're gonna make your boys favorite meal, you're gonna make a cake right for their birthday. These are things that are pretty simple to get them to eat. Did you make these favorite things form on purpose? So you can put policing in there. And then you took their bodies once once they were poisoned it took there. Bodies in the morning when nobody else was up and drove out to some filled somewhere and dump them off. That that makes a lot of logical sense to me. Well, and then on top of that think about the state of the home when it was found when the entered the home, it was it looked like it was destroyed like somebody just in a tornado of rage. Just went through there upending furniture in in tossing things and cutting things breaking and smashing things is that a very, you know, trite juvenile lame attempt at hiding some evidence, or at least confusing the scene, you know. Right. Or were you lose your ship for so long that you're busting plates? You know, when he got mad at them because because you couldn't control them because you weren't being such a good, parent and everything life is crumbling. And your guy seemed so worried about getting back together with somebody that didn't seem to give a shit about him. It's like you could you could take that time and refocus on being a better father a refocus that on. On your career or whatever. Yeah. But there's also guys that get into state guys in and girls will get to the state where they're so desperate to be with somebody that everything is claps around them. And and and that's all that matters. So did is every time that you called her that she said that she don't want to get back together, you going into some other room and smashing up, you know, or punching your whole through the wall, or or smashing some dishes or whatever. Right. And in are you I'm who knows so. Yeah. And did that that tornado raged that take place after the phone call? Remember Tanu says that he at some point John speaks with her on the phone and says, are you sure there's no chance that we can get back together. Right. You know, did that occur immediately after that or a result of something else? And from the outside looking in it appears like, you know, like you said Tanna may care for him in on some. Level. But it appears that she only cares for him as being the father of her three bowl. Right. But this moron. Can't see that. And let me just give you some advice. Everybody out there. If you're with somebody, and they don't know if they wanna be with you. Here's what you do. And here's what you do every time. One hundred percent of the time you go. Okay. Well, I'm gonna go over here and work on myself. I'm going to focus on myself because if they come back, you're going to be a better person, anyways, and you're going to be better for them. And if they don't come back, you're already going to be working on yourself. And it's a seem like this guy's world's claps in and we've seen actually just listened to show the other day where they're talking about. You know, the suicide rate for men jumps up dramatically after losing a job. And so I would argue that if his skies suicidal that he's possibly also homicide. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, here's some advice for the flip side of that cone if you are with somebody, and they love you completely. Just let yourself go one hundred percent when just let yourself completely go. So regarding the things as for. Like Homer Simpson. Let yourself don't ever listen to him regarding the things to kind of backup law enforcement statement of not feeling like we're going to have a good outcome in the situation. There's another item. And this is another cryptic message. If you wanna call it that, but this is in the form of what John Skelton tells his pastor, Donna Galloway. Remember, he's locked up shortly after the boys go missing shortly after his failed suicide attempt. And when he spoke when Donna Galloway spoke to him, his statement, John statement refers to win it comes to the timeframe and question that we're all wondering about John says there is a blank spot in his brain. It was like a big dark hole now without going too far into that as to what that could mean because with. A lot of John statements all were left with saying is well, what could this mean? It doesn't straight up. It's not. Is not straight into the point. Right. This is there's a big blank spot in my brain. There's a big dark hole. What does that mean? Was sounds like OJ, actually. Yeah. In OJ's book where he is confessing to the murders. He states will then I blacked out when it come to there. There were dead blood everywhere. It's like did he have a blackout for hours? Right. I mean, do we have any evidence of him using drugs or possibly alcohol? It's from the information. I could find he was a drinker. I don't think he was a a big drinker. No indication of drug use that I could find. But. But again, this is not a promising statement. And like you said you reference OJ we've we've read several stories where somebody later states. For some reason. You know, I feel like it did something bad. I just don't know what it is. I can't recall what it is. There's a period of time. I don't know what I was doing. I don't know if I if I was awake. I don't know if I was asleep. You know? So this is another dark very dark statement while you'd think they'd be able to test for fluids found at the scene. And you would assume that if he lets say he did try to poison these kids that a lot of the reaction would be throwing up and that we at least have some evidence of that happening at the house. I mean, yes, she clean that up. But it didn't look like he cleaned up much and that house, right? So there must not be any evidence of that. And they did I mean they've searched that place from top to bottom. Why? And what's also, it's a small town. So they probably know all his whereabouts because of the cellphone things, and they. We know everything he probably purchased. So I'd be interested to know if he even purchased poison or as a kit again is a logical answer your ura watching a movie with your kids. They ask you a question. Hey, can you twist somebody's neck and and kill them? Right. No. You can't or. Yes. She can. Then you go. We saw the stay on the movie. Can you kill somebody with rat poison? And might not even be in the movie it could. I mean, this is the kind of questions that kids come up with. I mean any time I pick up my nephew in. It's like a ten minute drive. I think he asked me twenty questions that are impossible to answer, you know. So it's it's so weird because it's a logical answer. But on the flip side. It's a logical explanation. What what could have happened to these poor boys xactly as -actly? Yeah. Well, you reference that this is a small town just to give those of you out there that are not familiar with this because I wasn't super familiar with this area either. Well with this town of Morandi been a Michigan. I go to Michigan twice a year. Great state best place to go and summertime is Michigan in my opinion. But Morandi is like a town of like two thousand people it's town. That's like two square, you know, two miles by two miles by you know, as a two square mile town, right? Tiny little town. Everybody's got into everybody's business. And like you said had he purchased anything that would go along with those searches on his computer with what their suspicions were if they would have found any signs of vomiting or certain fluids inside that home. Be blood or anything like that. He probably would be facing murder charges or something to that effect. Right. Because they already got this guy locked up, and then the other thing regarding the cell phone movements on that day in question that early morning Friday that that you wanted out that I have found out is so suspicious. John has an answer for everything. John says regarding his cellphone going to holiday city early Friday, November twenty six well that's easily explained because someone I know a friend of mine borrowed my vehicle, I forgot that. My cell phone was in the vehicle who was your friend who bar your vehicle can we talk to them. And then John says, I can't tell you who that is. Every
"john statement" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"I'm going to try to call him right now. Did you see the story that Carmelo Anthony's treated from the rockets through the bulls? My my Twitter was bombarded with this. Yes here. Here's here's the tweet that I see sources rockets and bowls have completed trade Carmelo Anthony draft rights to John Deeb blur in one point five six million to Chicago for draft rights to some guy. No one's ever heard of John D Bler. Yes. Draft rights and cash considerations. I wonder how much cash that mean? That's this is a big deal there. One to one now Carmelo indeed blur same level. So I wonder if Carmella listens to the pub, let's call DiBa John D blur. Should we call him, shall we? Try to get some breaking news and good John statement on this. I think is in Turkey right now. Let me try to call them. Let me conference amid onto this. Let me see how this works. This may work. Actually, we'll find out. I don't know if metro PCS works in Turkey. Never minded than work. It didn't work. Let's just never mind. I tried to some weird noise was being made when I called. I don't get it. He he has like a Turkish phone now. Maybe you've got a burner phone. That's what's going on. But yeah, we couldn't get John online. But that's okay. John listened to the podcast John since you listen to every single podcast and your huge fan of show. Just call me when you when you listen to this, and we'll we'll get. We'll get it set up to have you on the next, bud. That's worth valley. Yeah. It's a good pitch. All right, man. Anything else that it? That's it. I think that's all the conspiracies. Oh, I also Bill Walton with them Chris Vernon show, and I listened to that. And it was unbelievable. As always Bill Walton continues to deliver, you know in this life at every single turn every single corner. So and he had a great call. And then Oregon game that I brought up earlier the west coast best ball update pain Bridgford airboater shot. I figures dribbling the ball out for entire shot clock and Bill Walton was just so disgusted, and it was a great moment in west coast basketball history. But yeah, that's all I got Mark Titus anything else from you land grants. All I got grant land. That's all I got come to come. Langer tuesday. Thank you for listening to the podcast. We will be back later this week with more stuff to talk about. In the meantime, Moses, Moses up here, again, try it again Mosey own up to do it. This could be a great show. Let's do it. Let's end it out the right way. Mos ready? Speaking. He sniffing the microphone God damnit, Moses. We're going to get the stopped being put it on the. Yeah. That's what it is. That what we'll have Moses do an ad read where he's just chewing cheese at sometime Buna today is not that day. Maybe next time. So you guys..