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Jose Abreu, Eloy Jiménez homer; White Sox beat A's 4-1

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Jose Abreu, Eloy Jiménez homer; White Sox beat A's 4-1

"The White Sox are back over 500 following a four one win over the a's Jose Abreu and eloy Jimenez Homer to back Dylan cease who allowed a run in four hits over 6 innings of his 11th win Cease hasn't allowed more than one earned run in any of his last 12 outings Abreu and Laurie Garcia had two hits apiece for the White Sox who have won ten of 15 to get back into the AL central race Liam Hendricks pitched around Ramon L'oreal's double in the 9th for his 20th save in 23 opportunities L'oreal homered for Oakland I'm Dave ferry

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"laurie k" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

08:11 min | Last week

"laurie k" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Well, Greg, you know, and I know that the only answer to all of our ills, cultural, personal, is Jesus. Let's be blunt about it. And there's a lot of misunderstanding on that, but sometimes there's no way around it. That's the answer. Now, you've experienced that. Viscerally, changed your life. You've walked it out over the decades. I experienced it in a different way. Visually changed my life. How many people we know whose lives were totally transformed. And we know we're not perfect. We know we still have a long way to go. But you can not, once you've experienced that, you can't pretend that was nothing. It was an emotional thing. It wasn't. It's utterly transformative. And so, but the fact that your story and Kathy's story is going to be on film, I'm very excited about it. I'm amazed that Kelsey Grammer plays chuck Smith in this. And I know if Kelsey hadn't gotten the job, I know it would have gone to me, but I'm not bitter because I'll get other parts. You know what I'm talking about, man. I'm going to get on the course. But I'm right behind you, Kelsey. Seriously, it's so terrific. You know when I know because we've talked about this, we've shared about this. But to reach the culture with Jesus, to do it in film, to do it in these different ways. It's vital. And we also know that we need revival in America. We need Jesus in America. So I'm just I'm absolutely thrilled. So the film is coming out when February of next year. February of next year. Okay, well, in the meantime, people can read your books, Lennon Dillon, Alice, and Jesus. And the bahnhof for film is coming out next year. We just got real on how far I can't talk about it. I can't talk about it on the air. They might shoot me. But it's very exciting. So God is at work in this messed up culture. God is at work. It's just a joy to spend a few minutes with you, Greg Laurie. Congratulations on the book on the movie and give my love to Kathy. God bless you, my friend. Thank you so much for having me here. Caught out. Make like a little lamb and wham you're shorn. I tell you chum, it's time to come blow your horse. Make like a mister. So I'd like to know where uh oh. We just have a few minutes left album. We got a lot of stuff to get in here before we go. First of all, we can't talk about the Ron Howard film. You and I and Chris saw it last night. It's astonishing. I think probably this week Friday, I think I'm supposed to interview Ron Howard about it. So we can't talk about it. But astonishing stuff, it's called harrowing realistic astonishing filmmaking. 13 lives. At least say it's called 13 lives. We'll talk more about it next week, I think, or maybe on Friday. But yeah, 13 lives. Okay. So that's going to be a big deal interviewing Ron Howard. I also should mention speaking of interviewing big deals, we are taping the late night show. The talk show with Eric meta taxis in the studio downstairs here at TBN, August 3rd, fourth, 5th, and 8th. This is a huge deal. Let me say if you can't be there, would you do me a personal favor? Would you pray if you're praying person? Would you pray? Because this is a very big deal. We're taping four inaugural episodes. We have huge guests. We have George Hamilton, talk about a Hollywood legend. There's nobody he doesn't know. It's kind of like my friend pat Boone. I mean, it's just insane that this guy has been, I mean, he knows everyone from the 50s to the present. He has been everywhere. And I aspire to have a tan just like his. But he's going to be my guest. We've got Danny Bonaduce. I mean, if you're not impressed by that, trust me, I'm impressed enough for the both of us. I am out of my mind that I get to hang out with Danny from the partridge family. Some of you will get that. If you don't get it, just go with it. It's going to be nuts. Nuts. I am so excited about that. We have Vincent pastore of The Sopranos. We have the guy behind Rao's the restaurant. Some of you buy Rao's sauce. Well, there's this tiny restaurant up in Italian Harlem. It's like barely exists anymore like a mafia hangout. We're going to be talking to him about mafia cooking and murder. And also the soup the supermodel Carol alt, he's becoming we've got a lot of the guests that are. I just don't talk to her about those things. No, at the murder, no. But we're going to, and by the way, we stand firmly against murder. We do. Yeah, publicly. Privately, some people need killing. But the point is, publicly, we're against murder. Again, and we're getting it. And so we want to say that those dates, if you go to Eric metaxas dot com, you can see under the schedule how to sign up to be here. It's going to be fun. I'm telling you, it's going to be a blast. You're going to meet some of these people. You're going to meet me in Albin and whoever this is going to be an amazing, amazing thing. And if you can come or you know anybody who can be there, we've got a gorgeous theater downstairs. I mean, it's gorgeous. It's amazing. It's where we filmed our Christmas special three years ago, so I want to remind you that if we had many of you there, if you can get there, it'll be more fun for us. But we're going to have a full audience. Don't worry. There's people who come to New York looking for stuff to do. So we will have a full audience. So that's good. But also, I want to ask you very sincerely to pray because this is a big deal. You know, this is not just a, hey, we want to put on a show. We want to change the world. We want to do some things that maybe haven't been done. And I want to say that really. And sincerely, yes, well, there's no question about that. So anyway, that's important, and I also want to say, did I mention about nutrimetics? No, you didn't. Just a couple days left. I didn't mention that? No. At the beginning of this segment, no, I didn't. No, you didn't. 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"laurie k" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:05 min | Last week

"laurie k" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"We're talking to my friend pastor Greg Laurie, who's written a ton of books, and we're now talking about the film that is coming out in a few months, Jesus revolution. Greg, you have to frame this. This is the Jesus movement. You were right there in the middle of it. You met your lovely wife of almost 50 years. Now, this is mind-blowing to me that it's that long. In the middle of this time, people getting baptized in the Pacific Ocean right not far from where you live and minister and you've made a film about this. So you said past your chuck Smith who's this icon just died a few years ago. He's played by Kelsey Grammer. I am so thrilled that Kelsey Grammer is an unbelievable actor. Did you get to interact with him? I know on your social media I saw something. Yeah, it's a lot actually. I spent a lot of time with Kelsey. Very gracious man. Amazing actor. And what I love, he just brought such authenticity to this role. And I asked Kelsey because Chelsea is obviously being very successful. Frasier and other projects he does. And I said, why did you take this role, Kelsey? The play a pastor. And he said, well, I was at a point in my career where I was thinking, I want to do something that's meaningful. I want to do something that matters. And he says, in his words, I was just meditating and thinking about this. And that day, the script for Jesus revolution came. I said, well, Kelsey, I think that was an answer to your praises. I believe it was. And he played it so powerfully. And it's just, I think people are going to be blown away by his role in Jesus revolution. And then we have Jonathan rumi, who plays Jesus in the chosen. If you've seen the chosen Eric, I've seen some of the chosen. Everybody tells me I got to see it. I got to see it. So I've only seen a little bit of it, but it's kind of on my to do list. Well, Jonathan, I think is the best cinematic Jesus I've ever seen. He's managed to take it to a place I've never seen it taken due before. And he's a wonderful guy. And he does a fantastic job in the role of this evangelist named Lonnie that chuck welcomed into his home and then Joel Courtney is a very, very popular young actor. He was part of The Kissing Booth on Netflix and super 8 directed by Spielberg a number of years ago. He plays Greg, a very outstanding actress named Anna grace Barlow, plays Kathy. And there's a beautiful love story. And so there's laugh out loud moments. There's tear up and maybe cry out loud moments, but here's the coolest thing about this film. Is John Erwin who's the director? I just said, John, I think it's really important that we show a conversion in a legitimate, yet a cinematic way. It's never been done. Every time I see a conversion portrayed in film, they just don't get it right. And so John said, I agree. So he wrote it into the script and so there's a moment when Greg accepts Christ and loni leads him to Christ and we have this on the screen, then Lonnie baptized his Greg. It is such a powerful scene. And Eric, I think done when this scene is shown in theaters literally around the world. It'll be a global release in stream in its streams later on different platforms. I believe people watching this scene which happens halfway into the film will be some moved that they will be praying that prayer and asking Jesus to come into their life. That is just like the greatest thing ever, it's amazing. So this is what happened to you. Yes. I want to be clear. You're saying, Greg, you mean yourself 50 something years ago. This happened to you. Well, did 100% and I wanted a funny thing too because this is set in 1970, but for some reason, 1970 really parallels this moment that time we're in. I don't think the 80s do. I don't think the 90s do or the early 2000s. There's something about that era because we're still listening to a lot of the same music. And we still, you know, a lot of young kids that have rediscovered discovered for the first time, you know, Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, you know, et cetera. And so all these cultural touch points in the film feel like it's now the movie doesn't feel like a time capsule. It feels like this is happening now and our hope is that as people watch it, especially young people and by the way, when they test marketed it, they were really surprised by how many young people, especially young women liked it. Usually they find older Christian women like the Christian films. In this case, it was younger Christian girls, which I'm very happy about. And so I think that this is going to be a movie that hopefully would inspire a young generation to say, lord, we want to see it in our generation..

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"laurie k" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:35 min | Last week

"laurie k" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I'm talking to pastor Greg Laurie, who is writing books, making films, they haven't seen you at church in years. What's going on with you, man? Are you back? No, listen, this is exciting. The new book is a Lennon Dillon Allison Jesus, the spiritual biography of rock and roll. I want to talk to you about the film, the new film. But before that, in your book, do you mention Chris christofferson? Because obviously he's not really thought of as a rockstar. But I know he's somebody that came to faith at some point. Yeah, I do actually talk about him. I also wrote about him in my book, Johnny, on Johnny Cash. Funny thing you talk about recognizing celebrities. So I was working on this documentary film about Johnny, and I watched some interviews with Chris that were more recent. So I flew out, came back to LAX. I'm walking to my car. I see this guy from the back and somehow I recognize him from the back. From the back. See, that's next level crazy stuff. That's like, that's like Holy Spirit stuff. Flesh and blood is not capable of recognizing somebody from the back, you're telling me you're not kidding from the back, you said, I think that's Kris Kristofferson. Yeah. So I walked over and I said, oh, Chris, and Greg Laurie, I've written this book and I held up my Johnny Cash book, and I said, and I quote you in the book, Chris, and I'd love to send you a copy. He gave me his address. I sent it. He wrote me back. And said he was going to read it. He was very nice men

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Greg Laurie Had an Interesting Encounter With Kris Kristofferson

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:35 min | Last week

Greg Laurie Had an Interesting Encounter With Kris Kristofferson

"I'm talking to pastor Greg Laurie, who is writing books, making films, they haven't seen you at church in years. What's going on with you, man? Are you back? No, listen, this is exciting. The new book is a Lennon Dillon Allison Jesus, the spiritual biography of rock and roll. I want to talk to you about the film, the new film. But before that, in your book, do you mention Chris christofferson? Because obviously he's not really thought of as a rockstar. But I know he's somebody that came to faith at some point. Yeah, I do actually talk about him. I also wrote about him in my book, Johnny, on Johnny Cash. Funny thing you talk about recognizing celebrities. So I was working on this documentary film about Johnny, and I watched some interviews with Chris that were more recent. So I flew out, came back to LAX. I'm walking to my car. I see this guy from the back and somehow I recognize him from the back. From the back. See, that's next level crazy stuff. That's like, that's like Holy Spirit stuff. Flesh and blood is not capable of recognizing somebody from the back, you're telling me you're not kidding from the back, you said, I think that's Kris Kristofferson. Yeah. So I walked over and I said, oh, Chris, and Greg Laurie, I've written this book and I held up my Johnny Cash book, and I said, and I quote you in the book, Chris, and I'd love to send you a copy. He gave me his address. I sent it. He wrote me back. And said he was going to read it. He was very nice men

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Greg Laurie Discusses the Faith Journey of John Lennon

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:05 min | Last week

Greg Laurie Discusses the Faith Journey of John Lennon

"To my friend pastor Greg Laurie of harvest church in Southern California, the author of many books, the new one is called Lennon Dylan Alice and Jesus spiritual biography of rock and roll. So Greg, you're sharing some fascinating stuff that John Lennon called in, I mean, I had heard that he was watching Christian TV kind of hanging out in the Dakota during this strange period in the 70s kind of raising his son there just being a house husband and watching Christian TV and that he called up Billy Graham's whatever called up the number on the screen and professed faith in Christ and then you said wrote about it in his diary. Yeah, I wrote about his new film faith in his diary and he recorded two Christian songs. If you go to YouTube and Google John Lennon comet Christian songs, you'll find that they were rough songs, one almost made it on his final album, a double fantasy. But even a double fantasy, you can see him beginning to soften. He writes in his song beautiful boy about his sunshine before you go to sleep, see a little prayer every day and every way gets better and better. John was changing. Now, here's a tragedy, and we all know that. John was murdered by Mark David Chapman. And so I begin this book with this statement. There'll be three surprises when we get to heaven. Number one, some of the people we thought would be there won't be there. Number two, some of the people we never thought would be there will be their number three, we will be there. So here's my premise on John Lennon, because I wasn't there at that moment. He did survive the shooting. They put him in the back of a police car and rushed him to the hospital. The officer asked him, do you know who you are? John did if in the final moments of his life, John called out to the Jesus. He professed faith in his prayer would have been heard just as surely as Jesus heard the prayer of the thief on the cross. So

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"laurie k" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:32 min | Last week

"laurie k" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Long. He did an effort to we're going to, we're going to go to a break, but this is so fascinating. Folks are talking to pastor Greg Laurie, the book is Lenin Dylan Alice and Jesus spiritual biography of rock and roll. Don't go away. When I wanted you to share my life I had no doubt in my mind and it's been you move on right down back. And get balance of nature is changing the world one life at a time. What does that mean? It means we are actively working to give people more fruits and veggies to help each person in our world be healthier. One of the things we do is create personal experiences with each of our customers. We know living a healthy life is more than eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly, and that's why balance of nature works with customers to help them eat healthier, exercise in a healthy way, and take care of their overall well-being. We help each person set individual goals and take the right steps to achieve them. We understand that changing the world happens by giving people the tools they need to help themselves. Go to bounce of nature dot com to see for yourself how balance of nature can help you, live your best life, and balance of nature, changing the world when life at a time isn't just a motto. It's our purpose. Go to bounce of nature dot com and get 35% off your first order as a preferred customer by using discount code, balance..

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Greg Laurie Explores Faith in 'Lennon, Dylan, Alice, & Jesus'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:40 min | Last week

Greg Laurie Explores Faith in 'Lennon, Dylan, Alice, & Jesus'

"Listen, this book is exciting to me, Greg. And you have written you've written many books, you're an evangelist. You're at harvest church in Orange County. But you write about the lives of people and their intersection with faith in Jesus. So this one Lennon Dylan Alice and Jesus, I just read a whole book talking about the spiritual Bob Dylan, the spiritual side of him. And it seems so clear that he still is a believer in Jesus. He doesn't talk about it the way he used to. But that do you cover that in the book? Yeah, I have a whole chapter on bob and you know, that's exactly my premise. I've heard it said that we'll Dylan abandoned his Christian faith, and returned to his Jewish roots. Well, he is Jewish. But he did not abandon his Christian faith. The fact that I just read a review of his recent concert Dylan never stopped touring is on the road constantly. He's playing this song, got his service somebody from slow train coming, which is an overt Christian song. And as another newer song that he's written, that is very much a faith song. So, you know, bob came under such attack when he came out publicly as a Christian. I don't know if he just got tired of all the drama and controversy, but I don't see that he ever stopped believing what he was saying. Not that long ago he did a Christmas record of all things above Dylan Christmas record and sing those old songs just as you would expect. Bob Dylan to sing them, but at the same time, one interviewer said, using those songs as though you believe them, he says, I do.

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Glenn Kirschner Feels a Trump Indictment Is Overdue

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:59 min | Last week

Glenn Kirschner Feels a Trump Indictment Is Overdue

"Glen, you just tweeted when the J 6 committee revelations about Donald Trump's crimes. It's time for the DoJ to indict Trump and his co-conspirators. I was saying at the top of the show being out with chairman Schiff last night, we were saying that I understand he Liz Cheney, Elaine Laurie, others, putting public pressure on DoJ. I think that's fine. And I know you're of the impatient crew like I am, but I'm just curious, you know, because other people point to, you know, whether it's the eastman, the Clark raids, as you just said, the Bannon indictment to say that the Justice Department is working. Where do you come down on this in terms of, I mean, are you saying when you say now you really feel like Trump should be being indicted now? Yeah, I think a Trump indictment is long overdue. I try to exercise patients because I appreciate you need to build the strongest case possible against a former president and his co-conspirators. But you know, I just did a piece for MSNBC daily and I said, look, at some point, it's great that you're involved in covert investigations, grand jury investigations, which are secret by law. You're doing things behind closed doors, but Steph, there comes a time when we have to see overt public law enforcement action, like when we have witness tampering, those people need to be arrested promptly and publicly one to neutralize that threat and to send the message of deterrence to others. The problem is, no one on team Trump is being deterred. Why? Because there's no overt public law enforcement action. That I fault the Department of Justice war. They need to start doing that now. I don't care if we don't see a Trump conspiracy indictment tomorrow. We need to see some of these people who are tampering with witnesses and destroying evidence. We need to see them arrested now, and then you build on that.

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 Garland, Cavaliers agree to 5-year, $193 million extension

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00:30 sec | Last month

Garland, Cavaliers agree to 5-year, $193 million extension

"Cavaliers all star Darius Garland has accepted the largest contract in franchise history Garland's agent has confirmed the 5 year $193 million extension given to the 5th overall pick in the 2019 draft Garland has become one of the NBA's top point guards He averaged 21.7 points and 8.6 assists in 68 games this past season helping the Cavs enjoy a 22 when jump over 2021 He's part of a young core group that includes Jared Allen Evan mobley and Laurie marketing each of whom is 25 or younger

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Did Laurie Garrett's Opinion About Masks Change From 2018?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:32 min | 3 months ago

Did Laurie Garrett's Opinion About Masks Change From 2018?

"This is a woman by the name of Laurie Garrett She's at a national academy of medicine Now this is from 2018 That's important This is before the outbreak of COVID right She's giving a speech I saw this on Phil Kurtz feet And she's giving a speech about masks in a study they did in Japan about masks And she inadvertently at the time lets out the real reason why they need masks Now you'll see fear folks fear is their coin of the realm Listen she says it's only a couple of countries that have ever really done large scale studies to try and figure out what might work Japan it may not surprise you as one of them And they in one of their large studies they basically showed that the masks it seemed like the major efficacy of a mask is that it causes alarm in the other person And so you stay away from each other And that's what I think happened with SARS When I was in the SARS epidemic I saw everywhere all over Asia people started wearing these masks and it is alarming When you walk down the street and everybody coming towards you has a mask on You definitely do social distancing You definitely it's just a gut thing but did the mask really help them Did the mass keep the virus out Almost certainly not If the virus was in there around their face the mask would not have made the difference Wow Really That was 2018 is the science changed in that study in Japan and something we know now we didn't know then

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A highlight from An Example Of Loving Our Neighbor

Live Behind The Veil

12:46 min | 3 months ago

A highlight from An Example Of Loving Our Neighbor

"And atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. The word behind the veil. Hello podcasters, this is Ron you're host and tonight, we have a new family podcast member sandy Johnson. Hey, sandy. Hey, sandy. Hey, I just want to. I want to say that sandy and I have known each other for decades. Many decades. And I'm telling you, she is an incredible woman of God and she really has something to share. I'm anticipating the participation of her and the continued participation with Laurie and if Jim decides to come on then with him also, you know, the family is growing and I'm very excited about it. Well, family. Sounds like we're ready to go. Let's dive into the flow of the Holy Spirit. If a brother or sister, without clothing, and in need of daily food, and if one of you says to them, go in peace, be warmed and be filled. And yet you do not give them what is necessary. For their body, what use is, it's like saying bless you, be gone, you know, we love you. Take a hike. There is an expression God solo the whole world Christ when he moved around. He was moved with compassion for somebody. When we see a need, we should address it. Don't just, boy, I hope someone comes and gives you a $5 bill so you can go to McDonald's and have a lunch. No. Find what the real need is and let's find a way to support that need. What you did to the list of these, my brother, you did it to me, when did we visit you in jail? When did we give you clothes? When you did it to the least of these, that's faith, is seeing a need and addressing it. Now, we've heard the term, infinite God loves you. Okay, you know what? It's God through me loves you and hears his expression of how he loves you. I carry him with me wherever I go, and so I want people to be introduced to who the father is, because I care enough to dress a situation that someone is in need that you can help. If you can't help, ask the lord, show you. Is there a means? Is there some other place? Take it with a grocery store and buy them 20 bucks of groceries or something. It's that giving. It's the making things alive for someone else our heart can reach out to so many just because we take compassion on someone and address a need that they have. What makes that work, Alan is judge not lest you be judged. Right. Because who are we to come up to a situation? And judge it and then act accordingly. Our responsibility is to come and give of ourselves. Yeah. Without pre determining what is needed. Because the Holy Spirit will lead us. The Holy Spirit will fill our mouths our hearts. We humble ourselves, and that lets God come through. Yes. You know, how do we know the things that are happening in people's lives, this can be God dealing with them? We don't want to mess with that. We don't want to say, oh, you need to do this and you need to repent here and repent there. We just want them to open their heart to the Holy Spirit, open their heart to the father, and let God minister to them. I think we have to be led of the Holy Spirit. Amen. Then we will do the things that God has for us to do. If we start off our day, asking for the Holy Spirit to lead us to direct us, then we're going to be led of the spirit to those that the lord has prepared. You know, it's interesting you say that because I kind of take what Smith wigglesworth brought out once. Yeah. And he said, if I'm out in town, and I see a need, I'm headed over that way and God better meet me there because I'm going in his name. Because he was a man of the Holy Spirit, right? He didn't care if he was led to go talk to that person or not. He went to that person. But if I start out my day, leaving to be led of the Holy Spirit, then I'm believing that whatever I come across, that's going to be led at the Holy Spirit. Yeah, I agree with you. I see a knee, and I'm going to manage to turn that belief of the Holy Spirit and the lord to be there because I'm there. Yeah, I had a couple of experiences I wanted to share many years ago. I went with my daughter to go see my dad and step mom. They were elderly and the place was a mess. I mean, there was like knee deep trash and a little bathroom and the kitchen and everything and so my daughter and I started cleaning and got the place back in shape and when we were leaving my dad looked at me and said, you know, you guys didn't just come here. He says you brought something with you. And I had a similar experience when I retired I had to do an exit interview with the director of engineering and she was talking to me and stuff. She says, you know, you brought something here. Not something with you. And I think that people who are sensitive are going to see the lord. Yes. Yes. And who you are. It's not that you're, you know, was I perfect there? No, you know, but it just comes through. People know, it's not just you, you're bringing the lord with you. Yeah. Right. Exactly. I do feel like there are times when the Holy Spirit does specifically lead a person. Right. I've been finding that more and more. And you can confirm to yourself that it was the Holy Spirit when you see the results. When the lord leads you to talk to a person in a restaurant or just Sunday morning during the meet and greet that we had the Holy Spirit led me to this person who had been to the service several times, but I had never talked to her before. And I went over there, and by the time we were done, she was bawling on my shoulders. That wasn't me, that was the Holy Spirit, and I think, as we keep opening our hearts to the Holy Spirit. But it's because I knew the low Holy Spirit was leading me. And so exactly. Yeah, definitely you go there and you expect the Holy Spirit to be there, but there are those times when the Holy Spirit is specifically leading you, and what the human wants to do is to ignore it because you don't want to interfere with that person. But it is the Holy Spirit. I think you're talking a lot about awareness. Yeah. You can be in a crowd and like Christ, right when the woman touched his garment. Right. Who touched me? Because he was aware of what was going on around him. And what you're talking about isn't awareness. Holy Spirit. You want to administer somebody? Where? Who? Yeah. Which one of these people? Keep your radar open, and you know, you can be in a midst of a crowd talking, then you just know, I need to go over here. Right. I have left the middle of a conversation with someone to go meet somebody. And, boy, like you say, the results. Man, people open up. And there are people that I really don't want to listen to. But at the same time, who are they going to talk to? There are people who have issues because no body wants to hear their story, and sometimes you have to sit on a park bench and just let them talk. It will free somebody. And that's everything, and like you said, but I just want to go back to that awareness. It's being aware of where you're being led. And it's like almost like what I'm saying with what Smith did is sometimes you create it's your initiative. Father, I know the word, and I'm going to execute your word in this situation. Better meet me there because it's your word. Yeah. Can the lord minister that person? Of course he can. Well, are they open? Let's find out. It's one of the things that makes walking with God so exciting. Exactly. Because one minute you're kind of just floating along or whatever and the Holy Spirit will lead you to a person. Will lead you to a place, and then there is those times where you just knew what to do. Exactly. Because there is unawareness, and I would say there's something working in you. Things that are established. You don't stop and think to breathe. And I think the more we walk with God, the more his nature is imparted to us, that we do things that are automatic. It's fun to walk with God because we come to the place where we're willing to do what it takes. You know, take it back again to what sandy was talking about. And I love it because honestly, and we've talked about this before when Jesus received the spirit, he was compelled. Yes. He wasn't led by the spirit he was compelled by the spirit. He was driven into the wilderness. You minister, and you let God do it. You plant the seed and let God give the increase. You know, this conversation is creating such an excitement in me. Good. And I wanted everyone to know that everyone, no matter how old you are in the lord, has something to give. Yes, Matt, if you can approach this in your life where, you know, say you're going to a Sunday service, you ask the lord, well, what can I do? Who do you want me to meet and bless show me, you know? You can go with a servant's heart to give everywhere you go. I think that'll create something. You'll grow and develop. What's one of the key gifts of the spirit kindness? If you simply show kindness, you're expressing the lord to that person. When do we visit you in jail? When do we give you clothing when you did it to the least of these? That's faith, just saying we love someone and wishing them well isn't what we're called to do. There must be an action of faith to express our love and concern for our neighbor. Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is life. As this time in his presence blessed you, then please subscribe to our podcast at live behind the veil dot com. 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A highlight from Training By Fire - Steps To Your Purification

Live Behind The Veil

21:48 min | 3 months ago

A highlight from Training By Fire - Steps To Your Purification

"Welcome to live behind the veil and atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. The word behind the veil. Hello podcasters, I am Ron your host, and today we've got a brand new member of the family or actually part of the podcast. She's not a new member of the family, but she's a new member of the podcast. Hi Laurie, how are you? I'm doing great. Yeah, we love having you on here. We know your heart and we know how much of an expression you are. Boy, I expect that there's a lot of people who are going to meet the lord because of you being with us. Yeah, I'm really happy you're here, Lori. Yeah, we keep talking about a family, but it sound like a boys club for a long time. It really did. So it's wonderful. Just wonderful to have another lady on, especially somebody like Laurie this completely fill the full of the words. Awesome. And we also have another tree. We have a podcast guest. Hi Jim, how are you? Hey guys. Good to be here this evening. Love having you here. That's another opportunity for another aspect of the word that's going to come out. I anticipating tonight's cast because boy, it's just going to be wonderful. I'm just excited. I asked me to big time. Thank you so much. I believe it for the same thing. It's exciting to greet two more of those who have a unique gift and to hear and participate in that gift being exercised and appreciated. Well, that's for sure. We've known Lori and Jim and his wife pat for gosh. I don't know how many years, a long time. Two or three. Yeah, two or three years for sure. Decades, at least at least decades. Well, family. It's going to be an exciting night. We'll be talking about the Holy Spirit and fire. This dive into it. What is the fire? Is the fire God? Yes. That's a good point. It's a fire all consuming. Yes. Is the fire deadly? To our flesh and to everything that keeps us from standing in the presence of the lord. Our flesh is living. It won't live in its presence. We have to have the fire in us to consume that. I was thinking about the three Hebrew children when they went in the fire. What was consumed by the fire? Their bondage is, that's what was burned. Because they came out with not even a smell of fire on them. The presence of the lord is what the fire is. But the fire is something that we have to have working in our lives so that we can see that burn off. I thought long and hard about this question at first I didn't quite understand what the fire was and then I remembered when I very first accepted the lord. Everything was joyful. You go through this honeymoon experience. Then the lord starts putting his finger on things in your life. Yep. And so one way to look at the fire is the dealings and the process that God puts you through to purify your spirit and to purify your heart before him. Exactly. That was the simplest way I could think of to explain the fire spiritual warfare would be contained in that, because it's that warfare that brings the fire to our adamic nature or who we are and what Debbie's talking about in the flesh. But also dab I wanted to remind everybody that when the three Hebrew children were thrown into the fire, that those guards who threw them into the fire were consumed. Yeah, they were. The fire has a dual purpose. We hear this thing about hardening the clay or making the making the wax soft and pliable. And it's all dependent upon our reaction to the word, that is going to determine whether we're going to be softened or hardened by the fire. That's true. Your damn nature is going to be less and less. We receive the Holy Spirit. And this is the thing that he's to work in us until we can come to the point where we can stand before the father face to face. Right? Right. To have the blood of Christ is honest, but everything else has been burned out. That's what the Holy Spirit is bringing to us. Is that fire to take care of this a damn nature that, unfortunately, it was put on us, because of the sin of atom. Seems like there's an element of our choice as to how the fire is perceived. Exactly. There is an element of how the fire is applied. As well as perceived, and I think one thing that's important is the foundation of the fire. Christ, ministry began he came preaching the Holy Spirit and fire. From the very beginning, fire was of a very much a part of the word that Christ brought to the earth and as we have come into a greater revelation of who he is by virtue of walking in his footsteps were coming to understand a lot more about the fire. Right. Yeah. You know, I think one of the real wonderful things about the fire is the fact that if we were to wait until the final judgments, then we're going to be all burned up, and they're like dibs that there will be nothing left. But I think we go through little tidbits here and there, and it's like maybe it's only a match that's burning a piece of your nature. Right. Right. When you conquer that one thing, you've been through a portion of the fire and you've come out on the other side. It's like the thing of The Rock falling on us. We want to fall on The Rock and we'll be broken. But for those who The Rock is going to fall on, they're going to be crushed and completely destroyed. And that's why we want to go through it now. We want to go through the judgments where God gets control of our spirit. Gets control of us so that we can actually walk in his presence, look back on your lives and see, you know, when you first became a Christian, there were ups and downs in this trial, and that trial in testing. I know there are so many points in my life I'm going, okay, God, what are you doing today? Exactly. And as years later, as a season saint, you don't see as much of that. Right. Because God has worked in your spirit a lot of these things that were that he wanted removed. He's worked in your heart already. He may do a small part, have a small area like a match that burns up a small area. And then there may be larger areas as time goes on as you grow in the lord. You find more things falling off. More things being burnt, more things enabling you to stand in his presence for a longer period of time. What seems to be really clear here that we're all talking about, is that God is a consuming fire. Exactly. I think a lot of people miss that. They love the sweet and gentle Jesus. And they love when the lord helps them in blossom. Blesses them. Yep. But if you, if you won't walk into the fire, you're missing the father, you're missing. I mean, you can't just take part of somebody, right? Well, I know that person because they're always happy. Yeah. You're missing 90% of the person. And it's the same with God. You know, there are so many people out there that they accept so much of God, but they don't want to accept the dealings. They don't accept the fire on their lives and they run from the fire. They run from the dealings, and yet they still feel like they have this walk with God, and then what's the scripture say? They come to the last time in the lord lord and he goes, I don't know you. You did all these mighty works, but I don't know, yeah. 'cause you never allowed the fire to burn out the lawless thing within your nature. You know, the thing without the three heaver children. Okay, they were thrown into the fire. But they weren't in there alone. Right. There was a fourth person that was in there. That was the lord, and no matter what fire you go through, he's going through it with you. Right? He's going to bring you out the other side because that's his joy. That's right. I think we're going to raise a question for some people listening in the fact that what he talking about progressive judgments isn't there going to be one big judgment in the last day? Yeah, there's people who are going to bring this up and there's scriptural backing for what we're talking about. We talk about Daniel in different things and bring these things out and may not be a bad idea, there are those who believe that there's one time set for all, you know, maybe sometime we want to address that. But you know that one time set for all when it comes up to that time. Those that have gone through the fire in their lives are not going to be going through the judgments, judgment was never meant for the children of God. That's right. Though it was standing right in the midst of her floating right in the midst of judgment, but he wasn't touched. God gives us as children of God away to go through them, and when we come out the other side, we've been affected by it, but we have not partaken of it. The goring threw it to church talking about Ed, the scriptures very simply related to the agricultural days in which the scriptures were written. They planted the wheat, you know, this parable, long came a bad person, and so tears. They discovered them as they started to grow. Do we take out the tears now? No, wait till they mature. And that's where a lot of where we're living now is those tears are of matured, there being taken out, and what's left is the wheat. But the wheat is not usable the way it is. At the Shell, around the kernel, the life of the wheat, the chaff has to be removed, and that's what you're talking about in these judgments, judgment begins in the house of the lord, and that judgment that comes by the fire of the Christ was talking about is burning away the chaff, and what's left. That's a question, what's left? The colonel, the colonel of weight, the very center, the thing that God wants. To use. You know, I think when people think of fire, they're afraid of it because it's going to hurt them. It's going to bother them. It's going to affect them in a negative way. Instead of seeing it as the means of the lord has of getting rid of everything that keeps us from his presence. I'd like to throw some scriptures in here and James, the book of James is one of the most convicting books to read, but he does say here consider it all joy, my brethren, when you encounter various trials, knowing that the testing of your faith produces endurance and let endurance have its perfect result. That you may be perfect and complete lacking in nothing and one of the things that the lord is looking for is where to become like him. As the Christian were to emulate and be Christ on the earth. The only way to do that is to go through the fire, exactly. That's perfect, Laura, because again, there are many people out there and I'm sure everyone's met them. That are trying to be christlike. You can't try to be christlike. Right. Doesn't work. It doesn't work. The lord has to come and burn out that which is not Christ like in you. He's the what they call, he's the Potter, and we're the clay, the process that the father gave us at Jesus gave us, at the Passover, the communion, and that's where, as we eat of his body and drink of his blood, we turn away. And that turning away is that separation, where the chaff is separated from the wheat. That turning away repenting or repentance as not an easy thing to do. But by partaking of his communion the power gives an in his blood, given in his body, makes it possible. It enables us I'm going to bring out hebrews, right? He was 12, do not regard lightly the discipline of the lord, nor faint when you are reproved by him. Does it hurt? Yeah, it does. Because you tell me one person, especially a young person who loves getting Spain. The discipline, it's not comfortable. Because he is changing our nature. And that's the issue. He's changing our nature. We have this wonderful story about a man we know, who, when his mother would grab a belt, he would grab a hole to her really tight because then she couldn't swing that belt. He knew how to not get hit so hard, the more you run from someone with a belt boy. That whiplash effect or the whip effect, boom, at hertz. Yep. You know, I think that a lot of this discipline, the scripture says all discipline for now for the time being is sorrowful, not joyful, but it produces how to say the righteous rights of God. He skirted every son whom he receives, the discipline that you endure God deals with you as with sons for what son is there, whom his father does not discipline the thing that I think is important to really realize is each step that we go through that we finally win a victory over. Yes. Yes. We then have authority in that particular area over Satan. He can't touch us in that realm any longer. That's true. Right. Are we perfect yet? Oh, no. We got a few more things to go through still. As each level is accomplished, he can't touch us anymore, and I think that's huge. That's something to really rejoice about. You know, we've been crying out for immunity. Yeah. You know, I mean, I know that people are crying out for immunity all over the earth from whatever you want to call it disease is sickness, all this type of stuff. How do you get there? Well, there you go. You go through the fire. Got test you, you go through the fire, you finally die out and overcome that specific thing on that specific level of life that you're living, and like Alan saying, then you walk in authority and dominion in that specific area of your life. But if you refuse the fire, you're refusing the very deliverance and the immunity. And the growth and the transformation that God's trying to bring to your life. You have to look at it through God's eyes because he's trying to perfect your spirit for eternity. He's trying to create a relationship with you for eternity and he's doing it through his fire. So you can stand in his presence and be in his kingdom. Getting close to him is the key to going through that fire. If you cry out to him and you reach into the fire, you reach in, you want that discipline. You kind of the place where you want that discipline. You want to be disciplined by the lord because you know that when you come through that, you're going to be able to have victory in that area. That's the one thing about God, you know? He starts putting you through the fire, and you say, no, no, no, I'm not going to do this and you walk away. Well, when you come back, you're going to get booked right back in that situation of the fire that you just left. Yep. Go through it when God gives it to you the first time. I think it brings us back to an understanding of hebrews three 15. It says today, if you hear my voice, do not harden your heart. And it's those who reject the fire or the chastening of the lord that pardon their heart and then they have a hard time with God any more after that. You know, it's by the grace of God that hopefully people open their hearts again. I love the details it's coming out as we're talking about this fire. Because it's a detail, this necessary in every step with God. It's exciting to know that the fire has a product. That it's not just an endless cycle, there is a promise, and that promise is the kingdom of God. That's what that fire is all about. So you press on. And as we get deeper and deeper into our walk with God, we go like David did. Created me a clean heart O God. Right. That very cry of David was all about the fire. All about burning off his flesh, his everything that was not pleasing to God. This is so, so important, you know, this is not a popular message in Christianity today. No. They just want the dear Jesus. You know, they're acting like gods and Santa Claus, but really what he's looking for is he wants all of you. Right. And the process of getting us so that we can even relate and see him as we have to be purified. Right. And this is the way to become purified so that you can see the lord. Have been kind of searching the scriptures a little bit while everybody's been talking. This is kind of a takeaway that I'm going to that I'm going to take with me from this conversation first Peter one 6 and 7. I'll just read it here for you. Though now for a little while you may have had to suffer grief in all kinds of trials. These have come so that your faith, of greater worth than gold. Which perishes even though refined by fire. May be proved genuine and may result in praise, glory and honor when Jesus Christ is revealed. And that is being revealed in me. As I receive and allow the fire to be applied to me and my nature. Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is life. As this time in his presence blessed you, then please subscribe to our podcast at live behind the veil dot com. If you would like to contact the family with questions or topics that you would like to discuss, you can email them to living epistles at live behind the veil dot com. Stay connected, tuned in and grow with the family as the lord unveils his word to us live. Behind the video.

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Young's 38 lift Hawks past Cavs for No. 8 playoff seed

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Young's 38 lift Hawks past Cavs for No. 8 playoff seed

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Russia-Ukraine war: Some pastors wonder about "end of days"

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

Russia-Ukraine war: Some pastors wonder about "end of days"

"Russia's invasion of Ukraine has prompted some of America's prominent evangelical leaders to raise a provocative question they're asking if the world is now in the biblically prophesied end of days that might culminate with the apocalypse and the second coming of Christ among those broaching the issue recently are high profile mega church pastors Greg Laurie and Robert Jeffress Laurie says he believes we're living in the last days and the Christ could come back at any moment but evangelical theologian Russell Moore says it's wrong to try to connect world events to end times prophecy noting that Jesus himself said his second coming would be unexpected I'm Walter Ratliff

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Congressman Matt Gaetz: 'I Wouldn't Measure the Speaker's Office for Drapes Quite Yet'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:11 min | 7 months ago

Congressman Matt Gaetz: 'I Wouldn't Measure the Speaker's Office for Drapes Quite Yet'

"It looks like the Republicans going to take back the house. I see almost no possibility. That isn't the case. Is that right? Well, I wouldn't measure the speaker's office for drapes quite yet. The macro generic ballot gives us a lot of tailwind. But you actually have to go win specific campaigns in specific candidates. You got to go beat golden in Maine. You got to beat a slotkin in Michigan. And you got to be Laurie and spanberger in Virginia. And these folks have run competitive campaigns and they have won them. And so I don't take it for granted. We have to have compelling candidates. And that's why what turning point has done with this America conference, this pro America conference we've been enjoying is so important because it actually gives our candidates the right tone, the right message, the right infrastructure to be able to go and win and I think that if we just say, well, the generic ballot looks good for us. We could look past some of these specific tactical things. I think what you're talking about is we also have to play to win, not as if we've already won and just play defense and taboo corporate tax cuts, right? Zombie Reagan isn't coming to save us. And so, you know, just sort of harkening back to the zombie Reagan issue matrix won't be helpful.

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Lorie Loves All Things Creative but Colorado Wants to Censor Her

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:45 min | 10 months ago

Lorie Loves All Things Creative but Colorado Wants to Censor Her

"There is a case in other case in Colorado and it raises an interesting question. Our Colorado courts, particularly goofy or is it just a coincidence? Well, a few months ago, the tenth circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Colorado officials could force a website designer to create custom website celebrating your viewers that goes against her biblical beliefs. Lori Smith is a website designer and she wants to create website celebrating the biblical view of marriage that is between one man and one woman. But if she does so, Colorado would punish her if she declined to create website celebrating a different view of marriage. And so unlike she looked around, she saw what the state was doing to Jack Phillips and she didn't want to be punished before she found out her constitutional rights. If she sued, and three months ago, the tenth circuit Court of Appeals said she could be punished for exercising her First Amendment right now to express a message that goes against her core beliefs. I'm quiet because I'm actually assimilating what you're saying. So according to the courts in Colorado, a person has to actively celebrate, for example, same sex marriage if they believe, even if they believe that religion demands that marriage be between a man and a woman. Do I have that correctly? That's what the ten circuit recently held that if Laurie Smith creates custom websites celebrating biblical marriage, the state would force her to also create custom websites celebrating differences, including same sex marriage.

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"laurie k" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:36 min | 11 months ago

"laurie k" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"My book. We didn't get to it earlier now but here. It is yeah. I got copies in the mail yesterday. You know what this is gonna make a great president for my twin brother and his wife who are celebrating their anniversary today october for now because he's your twin guys. Share in anniversary to each of your. Yv now we tried to do something separate. And that's one of the things interesting but you still have the same birthday. What about like halloween thanksgiving. You celebrate on the same day brother try. We do. but he's a different world a now folks yes. Here's the book. That's it now. When i'm here to tell you is now that i have it. My my hands. I'm even more excited about it. Because i can see the photos. Oh my gosh. Some of these photos are hilarious. Some captions are unintentionally hilarious. But i'm not going to tell you what they are. I want to say that this would make a great birthday present Speaking of which yesterday was oz. Guinness's birthday i owe so much to my friend oz guinness. I've mentioned my book if he can keep it. I never would have written that book if not for happy. Birthday ause guinness. God bless you and tomorrow. Oh no today. Today is katie. Madonna's birthday katy. Used to work here until i fired her five minutes ago. But then i retired. 'cause you can't find somebody. I'm their birthday birthday. So katie. happy birthday birthday to you. And with the name like katie. Katie madonna dot about dot com about it. That that that that that that Anyway happy birthday cake katie. We we left embarrass the people that we that we love. And so in any event obviously Katie and her husband brian. They get a copy of this book whether it's her birthday anyway. But i wanna say that if you wanna preorder this book you can pre-order this book by going to my website. Which is eric metaxas. Dot com air protects dot com dot com. We we need to get the preorder up. I wanna. I'm just gonna lay it on the line folks this book okay. It's about getting the truth out. It's it's not about selling books okay. I write books all the time. It's what i do. But what's in this book. There is information from science. That is staggering. Now i didn't. I'm not a scientist. But i read all these books over the years and i said i have to write about that so i put it in this book so the stuff in here about the limits of science about the what what the big bang teaches us about the limits of it's crazy. You're gonna you're gonna laugh. It's a lot of this stuff is actually very funny stories. Einstein embarrassed himself horribly because he didn't like the idea of a universe. The beginning i write about that. It's it's it's funny. I read about the fine tuned. Universe if you're at my book miracles i talk about the fine tuned universe. This goes woj a beyond that there is stuff in here. Water is something that when you study. Water this guy. Michael denton wrote a book about it. Nobody would believe that water again. A chapter in here about water. And you say what could it look. How boring it's going to blow your mind when you realize. How outrageously designed water is you know. God had to design it. It's insane and actually a lot of people water. H two o right. i would like to rename it h. Two whoa whoa h. To wo- because it's that crazy h. Two now you know. Yeah yeah nobody. There's things there are things in here that are going to take your breath away and again it's not because of my writing is because the facts the more. Here's here's the thesis of the first part of this book is that the more science learns the more it makes it impossible not to believe god designed the universe and it's getting freaky the thing about water and the thing about sunlight when you read that if you really understand what i'm saying in the book and it's gonna freak you out you're gonna say there is no question. God designed the universe. That's just one part of it. Then go into the james tour stuff. We're going to have him on this program. Then i go into biblical archaeology. The evidence from biblical archaeology is freaky. Right and stephen collins was on stephen collins. There's a chapter about the stephen collins stuff in here. oh and newsweek is publishing. I wrote a piece about the stephen collins the discovery of biblical sodom. And all that stuff. It's gonna be newsweek. Al put it on my get my this section. Why haven't we heard this before. And that's what the book is all about. The book is saying like this is a stuff you never heard before. Now you're hearing. Well i mean i'm not kidding you when i say that i believe god had to lead me to this stuff because i didn't spend years researching. This is just. I bumped into stephen collins because of my friends skipped heights. It is freaky thing that no one has heard of the discovery biblical sodom. And then when you get the details you think this is probably the most astonishing evidence for the for the for the truth of the bible. It's crazy nobody knows it. I mean christians. Don't know non-christians don't know it. How's it possible that people this wasn't on the cover of the new york times well anyway elite there so but the third part of the book. The weirdest thing to me is that nobody knows that. Two of the greatest atheists actually three of the twentieth century all came to believe in god. It's it's you can't make this up category stuff. We're talking jean-paul sartre albert camus. Anthony flu and i have a chapter devoted to the three of them..

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Russia Has a Larger Surface Area Than Pluto

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:38 sec | 11 months ago

Russia Has a Larger Surface Area Than Pluto

"Russia has a larger surface area than pluto. Okay so if you go to russia and you walk over it yeah save your money. Don't go to pluto okay. Because you gonna tell me that. Russia is not considered a planet no and yet and yet it has more surface area. Hey you know it extends over eight time zones it comedy timezones pluto have actually. No one knows actually. That's a very complicated question it's depend on. How fast actually i love. Facts like that. Pluto has the same has less surface area than all of russia. Mother

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Abraham Lincoln Created the Secret Service the Day He Was Shot

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:50 sec | 11 months ago

Abraham Lincoln Created the Secret Service the Day He Was Shot

"Did you know that abraham lincoln signed the secret service act in this is into existence on the same day that he died the very same day secret service but when he when he signed it into law it was originally formed. Stop counterfeiters okay. It wasn't about protecting. The president is about going after counterfeiters because that was that was the big deal back in the day. If you're thinking remember gets now. Here's the problem that's supposed to be a fun fact. It's kind of a sad fact. Calvin okay but then how about this. Sign it on the day that he was murdered right. He signed the secret service. people laughing. All across another boils might potato thing is when people say careful after you fall in. They'll say oh careful or watch your step. It's like if you would've told me that. Two seconds earlier i would not have

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"laurie k" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:49 min | 11 months ago

"laurie k" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Don't have to be judged. We don't have to go to call lewis. Put the gates of taller luck from the inside and the person that ends up in this place of separation from god has to be fairly determined. Get there they have to reject guts offer give forgived. I think people are afraid that it will offend if they give this message. But as far as i'm concerned if i don't give this message i'm concerned all them because they have to build the truth. It's interesting isn't it. When you know. God is real. You worry about what he thinks. But if you don't think he's real you just you don't think about that but it is a funny thing. I've just come to the conclusion that unless you have a personal relationship. I mean people. Use that all the time. But i don't mean like a mental assent to these ideas i say okay. I believe that i believe that. Well you have to have a personal relationship with him. He has to be real in some visceral way but when that happens it does it changes everything. I think we just lost greg. Laurie alvin we lost greg. Now what all right folks. I've got the information here In front of me honestly three years ago before the pandemic You've heard about that right. Twenty talk about that. I don't need talk about the pandemic before. That greg Did one of these events. I mean he's doing them for thirty years. But i was privileged to be invited to that one. It was amazing. It's a. It's a wonderful thing darrell. Strawberry was there. Phil wickham I think you mentioned this. That the phil welcomes going to be there. This time king and country. But it's just delightful. And i wanna say to anybody if you've got a friend or a family member kinda about the big things. Where am i in life. Where.

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Do the COVID-19 Vaccines Contain Aborted Fetal Cells?

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:47 sec | 11 months ago

Do the COVID-19 Vaccines Contain Aborted Fetal Cells?

"Steered away from getting into the weeds of the vaccine. That stuff but i the idea that the government is using. Its power to bully people into getting this when i keep reading information. That says no. Don't get it. I mean i would think that you would. At least let people make their own decisions. And the fact of the matter is according to john's mirek all three lines or all three vaccines were made in a way That depended on the bodies of boarded babies now. John's mirek writes about that. And i thought to myself what about religious objections. And what about the idea that the government is never supposed to push on this kind of

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"laurie k" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

04:12 min | 11 months ago

"laurie k" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"To la and we drove to joshua tree. He's super weak and stuff. But you know it's weird like you just think your brain can't stop thinking don't get better despite all the evidence and then the next week my mom said you know the doctor wants data come home for hospice and i told sweeney i'm like is it. Okay if i go home this weekend is like you should leave now. Like it's it's helpful to have a boss that knows how quickly death can come. You don't want some twenty four zero boss going next week old john so i was home for. I guess it was ten days of hospice. I think nine or ten days and if you've been through that it's just a mind-blowing experience. My dad was conscious the entire time except for the last night and the next day of course died We were just able to give him the death right. We had family coming over. People were calling people were visiting. He got to hear everything a person she get to hear about how they affected people You know a good person at the end of his life you know and then at the at the very last three days it was just like me my sister and my mom taking care of him. And telling him everything. Rate and assuring him off and then so when i was home i wasn't gonna do up. I had that desire. I'm like oh there's so many there's so many who i'm back in the bay area so many clubs you know like i don't what am i know. Guess i was getting that. My dan was dying on tonight. Maybe i just started jokes. I would try that night and open mic. I just decided tweeden instead..

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"laurie k" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

03:12 min | 11 months ago

"laurie k" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"I i was. They were so worried about me. That anything that i can sell excited about. They were not the about. Yeah my my dad was you know. Here's the thing. My dad was gone for so much during key years that i lived at home for ten more years after that because they just kind of wanted to lake have those seven years i was supposed to have a yes so So even though. I started getting more work as standard. I didn't like move to la like everybody did like my class. I stayed back. And maybe it was about kerr tourist. But i i do feel like i got. I got those teenage years in my twenties with my dad. So that was that was pretty. That's that's pretty important and especially if it worked out that way. I mean it would affect if you'd stuck around for seven years and you didn't. You didn't have much fun with him. Yeah yeah yeah did you. Did you get along a lot. Better with your dad than with your mom. Yeah you know. I mean i think the mother daughter relationships really really tricky really tricky. And you know my mom was probably a little in emotionally invasive. And i'm still like she died a year ago and i'm still trying to understand who she was. What at all. What what our relationship was you know what i mean. She's not here like room to evaluate a little bed and you know her intentions. Were really good if you know her you everyone else in her family. The execution wasn't great. Yes yeah well. It is kind of like especially since you're a mother you do end up kind of feeling like well. This is my model like this is my model for that particular that kind of parent you know. So yeah it's you do end up sort of its way more count. I you know. We have my ex wife and i have a boy and a girl in. I definitely think that there's something there's just less clutter in the emotional relationship between me and my daughter and between her and my son you know it all gets the tunnel to different ages shakes all up anyway. So who knows. I do feel like your head a boy. I have a son so i don't i think the part of the parent that wanna do over in their life they they apply to the same gender child you know. And so i guess. I didn't have that outlive with my son. I was more like well. Let's see how this turns out. I have no idea what boys early. I'm excited and versus girls. I would've been like. I can go wrong and they would have probably protected a lot of shit onto it. Yeah i think..

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"laurie k" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

04:09 min | 11 months ago

"laurie k" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"A box. If you can turn it into a joke. It was worth it you know. Oh dear well. I mean you know i mean. That's kind of become your specialty. I sort of. I mean we'll get into it later. But you like albums and books about you know people in your life dying and and the hilarious takes you have on the death of loved ones well now. Did you swam in school. Did you swim in college. What happened in college did swim. Ucla for a year but he dropped down my freshman year. I think the buildup of stuff with my old coach. And then i had some unchecked bulimia. That was like out of control when he went to college. It was one of those things ram like soon as they get away from my parents or i suze away from the house and go to college. I'm sure this will stop. And of course. The hours to the point of where i wasn't i was just going to swim practices and then staying in my dorm room and you know get eating and getting rid of food the entire time so we're going down the toilet now and then again i was like right. I'm just going to drop out. And i'm going to get this under control and we'll be back in three months and then i never came up so i might still be enrolled at ucla insurance. You'd be bills. So so what do you do. You go back home and and just kind of regroup are you thinking. Yeah get him. Make all the jokes. It's been a bummer. Went home to regroup. And and then i couldn't regroup like i just couldn't it was almost like there's things have spilled out of a bag and you're like well let me just put these back in the bag and the gone my way and instead more things started spilling out and then i'm just surrounded by garbage can and i don't know what to so. I a read this book by this lady named gene roth and risk of breaking free from compulsive eating. It was really important to me because it was. I had so many rituals and it was a way to sort of just undo those if you could as much as i could by myself and so part of it was like leading yourself. Eat as much as you want..

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"laurie k" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

03:36 min | 11 months ago

"laurie k" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"I say i don't know. I don't know i know. And that's i have so many people asking me as if it's like some sort of some secret plot or something you know are like there's some or there's even like a big struggle like known. Just no one. They can't agree on what supposed to be. And so no one knows. Just and i think every window and satisfying. Everyone's just sort of decompressing this month. Anyway you know. And but i like somebody brought me on stage and other comic was like let's hear for her. She just got fired. It's like no one knows me and you don't have to. Could you not be interested in my situation. Who cares you got fired. And then they took away the show to just cover. They fired me. I fired owned by the way i kept walking around seeing like oh shit. I forgot to give my two weeks notice for. I'm out of here. Well let's get to you and use you outcome on. Do you not like talking about yourself. I don't know there's not much here. I'm a pretty shallow lady so it'll be. It'll be quick nuggets dream come on true. Can't be as funny as good as you are doing what you do and be shallow all right. You know. it's not my call. I feel i right. Yeah all right. Yeah yeah definitely the. The audience will decide and will find out. I will make sure you know. So you're from northern california correct. I'm from walnut creek. California fancy town. It's it wasn't when i was born there. It started getting fancier whence they started putting concrete over the creeks and cutting down the walnut trees. Then wanna creek really came into its own so when i go back now it feel it feels like pasadena at the moment. It's very it's like. Everyone buys their stuff pottery barn there. It just feels like one of those cities but it wasn't like enclave outside metropolitan near exactly. Yeah but it was. It was a lot of fun when i was growing up there. There was a railway retract. Sweet across every day to get to the swim club and we walked to the club by yourselves on an unpaved road and we walked on the railroad tracks to a candy store called bumps and candy from an old man and so it was even though it was in california and it was in the bay area and felt maybe a little and developed and small town. Yeah and were you were you. I mean you left. But i mean were you happy there did you like. Did you start to get dissatisfied with being in a small town. I i left because just because a standup lake. I started i grew up there Went to school to university very quickly dropped out. Went back home to sort of lake. Lick my wounds and figure it out and then a left for good. I guess in ninety eight. But that's just for comedy purposes and and part of me would love to go back one day when i'm really old because i miss mount blow and i miss those. Whatever you grew up with those landmarks they. I miss them a lot..

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"laurie k" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

05:00 min | 11 months ago

"laurie k" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"Chimp built for growing businesses. Hey everybody you're tuned into the three questions. I'm andy richter and. I'm talking to laurie kilmartin. Today who is a hilarious stand. Up was my office neighbor for like nine years. Something like that wasn't it. I yeah i think so. I down at the other end for a while for a little bit. Yeah right right. I had you moved. I just couldn't stand the noise. No but we are. I'm very happy to have laurie here. She's hilarious hilarious person under very nice person. I mean as far as i know you've ever really know your coworkers. We don't and we shared a wall. And i still feel like i don't know you and i'm okay with that like i don't need to know everyone secrets or like. Oh well you're gonna get all today. Well first of all i need to congratulate you emmy nominee this morning. Yeah but i think it's just the show you made the show okay. Yeah we get together. We don't get to go but we get to watch with writers. Don't get to go. I i thought it would right. The writing didn't get nominated but the show did so i. That's cohen and jeff. Ross may matter brian. I don't know i'm not buying address. I there's there's part of me there's part of me that's like hearing that i'm kind of like oh don't i get to go. And then there's part of units like shut up shut up. I don't go yeah. Is it just the producers that that going. That's all you're vague. What if conan wasn't allowed to go it was just jeff. What a party. I don't know. I don't know i don't i mean it's very exciting and it's very nice that we've been posthumously a and and i mean it's all really great but it is the am i always alexa dick and i've talked about this before but going to the have you been to the emmys just once back. I think when we got nominated right after the tv show debuted like eighteen thousand eleven or ten. Yeah i think that was probably the last time i went to and i've been a few times because we used to early on in the codex. We get nominated for writing almost every year. Yeah and we'd all it was fun it was it was. It was a fun weekend because we would all fly out on a red eye. Yeah to to l. a. And then an and all our writers..

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DTWS Host Tyra Banks Defends Contestant Olivia Jade

Daily Pop

02:06 min | 11 months ago

DTWS Host Tyra Banks Defends Contestant Olivia Jade

"Talk dancing with the stars controversy. It's igniting over whether or not olympia j deserves to be contested. She's a daughter of laurie. Lachlan and they've been wrapped up in this whole college admissions scandal. Now we just talked to host tyra banks who said give girl chance. Listen to this. Olivia jade super brave. I think she's super brave to come out. I think she's like i'm tired of people talking about me. It's time for me to tell my story. And i'm going to do it on national television and i'm going to do dancing with the stars. Ought to be right there with her helping her to tell her story. There's just so much tire knows about controlling that narrative also likes underdog to you know what i mean Yeah but she's she's like okay. This girl she's gone through it like we've been talking about it. She has been crucified for all of the things that she and her parents and whoever advise them did and you know i was a teenage. We were all teenagers once and we didn't make the best decisions all the time but we were on some crazy platform all the time. I mean maybe you guys were not all your rate. Also she was influenced by adults. She didn't make these decisions by herself. So errands told this was the thing to do because again they were advised to do that. And i think. And i said this two and a half years ago when we were talking about this this is starting to rival khloe interest with the amount of time. We've spoken about it. But they're from a very affluent area in los angeles. And i think that was part of the culture where every family was like. We're gonna get our kids in college and this is how you do it. Obviously that way of life is not acceptable and doesn't work in which is why the whole system came crashing down because you can't illegally get your kid into school but i don't think that they were necessarily bad people. I think they made bad decisions. Laurie has done her time. Masato has done his time. Is he still in prison. Urged their time like let the girl. The girl is how old twenty two years old not even like. I just feel like at some point. It's like an know even going to one tires like you know. She needs to tell her side of this. It's like what's her side of the story her parents and we're going to get you in to see. This is what you need to do. Do it when you're seventeen years old. Sixteen you listen to your

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This Is Why the Church Needs To Get Political

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:10 min | 1 year ago

This Is Why the Church Needs To Get Political

"The one thousand nine hundred nineteen sixties early seventies. We saw different form of christianity. Come in america. Talk about that so So chuck smith came on the scene especially for catholic chapel sixty eight and the idea of evangelism and they. They brought in syncopated rhythms. Which probably disappointed you in lives but Autho music and what they didn't california. Interestingly enough is chuck taught the bible verse by verse chapter chapter book by book but he stayed away from politics because in sixty eight when he started it Martin luther king reverend dr martin luther king junior have been shot. Bobby kennedy had been shot. Sixty three jake kidman shot. Then you had the meantime askar the offensive. And all these young people who had been seeking hope and change had checked out of the church and explored eastern religions and drug use and they they came back disillusioned because all their political heroes were dead and chuck avoided politics but he taught he taught the the way to salvation and grew ten thousand percent in fifty. Two years trae There's more coverage apples southbound doughnuts. There's a lot of dunkin's yeah there's a lot of dunkin donuts and and so so. The lion share those churches are in california. Ten thousand percent growth harvest crusades greg. Laurie but but in sixty eight we had the fifth largest gdp and it was a state of the future a trait but he avoids politics because the kids are burned out on it. I am grateful to chuck for my verse by verse. You know systematic study of the scriptures. I do not resent that. I i am who i am because he did what he did. But we miss something. Because we didn't engage in the public square the matthew sixteen we avoided that and now california no longer has a fifth largest gdp. We have the six maybe seven. We have a highest gas sales tax income tax highest debt highest unemployment highest poverty highest homelessness. And we've aborted more children than any other state in the union authors. No fault divorce. The transgender bathroom bills. And that's because the church didn't engage in the public

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"laurie k" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"laurie k" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Drew thomas a column votes drew dhamma site and Really what i'm doing is making fun of notes domino's so if you think that i am Lauding votes domino's then. You're you're not really catching it Rick i wanna say like i'm. I'm kind of making fun of notes. Through thomas notre dame was a fifteenth century. French versa. Fire the who wrote these These trains And at one point he says something about his sister or something. It's almost like hitler a lot of stuff could be seen as potentially true but listen. We need understand that prophesying. The future god can do that but the dark side can do that too so if you just want information you don't care where it comes from. Hey you know the devil and his minions are happy to provide you with secret knowledge as long as you give them. They're your eternal soul. That's all they ask. So when you're dealing with somebody like notre damase. I would never suggest that. I think much of him. In fact what i would do is make fun of him by calling kevin mccullough votes predominance so i am in fact not praising notre thomas as much as i am kind of teasing anybody who thinks that he's taking seriously and kevin mccullough by the way Far from being disgraced by that appalachian. He is honored by it. Okay you're honored than anything in his life beyond his marriage. His children being called votes domicile. His number one thing now see. I saw a different side of him because when he was in the green room after this last interview people can watch on. He was weeping. I mean he's this grown man because he's so honored by this honorific tears and that's what it is. Here's a weeping. He's like eric and chris. Thank you thank you. This means more to me than than anything And i had to tell them no. No god and your family should be more important but he took them wild for him to get that has actually tattooed right across chestnuts. Pseudomonas when we come back. We're looks like we're going to a a dot. We're at a time. We're gonna go to a break folks. I'm talking to my friend pastor greg. Laurie the book is billy graham. The man i knew we'll be right back. Hey folks. I'm talking to my friend pastor evangelist.

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"laurie k" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"laurie k" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"And he had a very close relationship with president clinton as well. So i think belly always tried to build. Bridges did people and and to point them did jesus and he would no matter who they were or what their lifestyle was or what the meaning engaged in. He would try to help them. And of course. That's i mean. Really what is it an evangelism. you know. We have to enter people's world. How can we influence people if we don't talk to people and if you want to take your patient applied to billy and he was attacked because the interface with all kinds of people he would have liberal clergyman sip on his platform catholic priest on his platform. People would criticize him but the key is what did he say. Because if you're meeting with these people in union in you engage them in conversations about christ and about the word of god that's the whole point of evangelism and to engage them. You must talk to them. Well this is why i mean. Obviously my earnings knows. I was joking. But that's the problem. Today is that it's very selective judging right well. So people apply a different Different standard to people who have associated with trump as though that implies that you approve of his past i'll bet he doesn't himself approve of his past so very little big race today. And the reason billy graham is such an icon is because he was a symbol a living symbol of that kind of grace To be somebody willing to meet with trump and with barack obama and with their everybody he he didn't play that game. And that's a sad to me that we've gotten so divided. I hope we can go back there. Greg because i know that you can never share the good news of jesus unless you live that way unless it's not about judging people but about sharing the the love of lord When you wrote this book I assume because you own brothers have made these other films. You're planning to make a documentary about this book as well. None of this. Let me just kind of go back to what you said earlier. 'cause it's an interesting point. I read a barn pool that was done. It said that ninety five percent of nonbelievers would like to have a conversation with a believer if they could speak to them without being judged and i found that interesting. Because you know when you look at jesus with the woman at the well. He was very patient with her and there was a lot of give and take a lot of exchange there and then ultimately called her out for sin but then he gave her the truth the answer and she believed in him so. I think that it's an important thing to be a good listener. When you're sharing your faith the best form of evangelism is not a monologue. It's a dialogue. Were you listen and then respond fun. But no we're not at this moment. This is not made into a documentary film. That could happen very easily. But still we're hopefully going to start filming something we've talked about for jesus revolution this year. Oh i forgot about that my well. If you do fill in the billy graham thing i wanna play george beverly shea. I'm saying that now. Okay so you can pray about it. Is that okay. I i think that. I really believe he play the role of george beverly shea and i will freak you out. People will just be charles templeton to roll. Thank you Well look i just. I love the idea that you're doing all these things. We're gonna go to a break folks. I'm talking to my friend. Pastor greg laurie. The book is billy graham. The man i knew. Don't forget folks go to neutral. Medics dot com. Please and use the code eric. For twenty percent off of them right back loneliness john stone dry. Wow that was that mugsy reading over the top or what. You're chewing the carpet. There i was. I was really i was just. I was just I i left it all on the field album. I had nothing left to give. Oh man i got nothing left to give got a whole couple of segments. We gotta fill. And i'm just emotionally drained man. You know what. Now's the time to do an ask. Metaxas segment people right in and they have questions and asked metaxas or technically should be axe. Metaxas is where you read the questions. And i try to answer them. Let's try it. Yeah and we're going to combine it a little later on with a listener rights time powerful segments vary probably shouldn't be combined they're so powerful your hats ladies and gentleman here. We go the i ask. Metaxas question comes into us from brad somewhere in america or the world or the universe similar brad. We are huge fans. never add. this is brad is writing. We are huge fans written in all caps while we are visiting greece in september. Do you have any recommended history books or biblical readings before we go. That's easy yeah no okay. That's a necklace. let's move on. Okay ben right right okay. We're yard moving on dear misdemeanor. Metaxas he calls mr. I am writing to you to ask a question. Neither didn't have to write that. But he did. When will your sequel to seven women being released. Okay most people. I wrote a book called seven men. Yes then i wrote a book called seven women. Then i was gonna write a book called seven drag icons share lies minelli joan crawford bette davis but thomas nelson didn't want to publish it. It was too controversial. So i thought okay. Why don't i just do a sequel to seven man. I'll call at seven more men. Okay so i did. And then i said of course i'm gonna do seven more women but thomas nelson and zondervan. I think they got cold feet because sequels they say don't sell as well so i don't know if i'm gonna do i mean look i know i'm going to write the book In fact it's more than half written but When we publish seven more women is an open question. Seven more men came out last year during kovic so it probably didn't sell as well even as as we thought that's the problem with cova so try to launch a book not during a global pandemic. That's just the tip of advice from a longtime writer yay and that was the only problem with kovic. That was the that my book didn't do as well as expected what actually people read seven men and seven women and they want more and seven more men. Is that book seven. More women We will publish it. We just need to find the right publisher And or you know what. I would publish it myself because so many people keep asking me about it. I'm getting sick of it. I'm thinking. I just wanna go here. It is and. I can't do that until i finished writing. So thanks for for asking yes and write an email to your favorite publisher and ask them why they're not publishing it. That's honestly. I can't wait to get it out there people. I'm not kidding. All around the country they love these books and That's all say great now. This next question is terrific. Because yesterday or the day before we had kevin mccullough on and you call him votes through domino's chris came up with that great name. But you use it all the time this listener named rick says i like listening to your program however i wonder why you disgrace kevin mccullough by calling him notes. Stra dominates no stress dominance. It's actually votes through dome. But no stir. Dominance was a false prophet. Who had a few wild guesses cloaked invade terminology. That could be interpreted as accurate prophecies by an interpreter biased in his favor. Just wondering well. Rick brings up a very very important issue. Unfortunately this is not that important issue. No this is a kind of a silly thing he says why would i disgraced. Kevin By calling him notes drew thomas first of all. I don't call him notes..

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"laurie k" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"laurie k" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"You go there signed for the newsletter. And then we send these videos to you and you can see for example what we're wearing my goodness. That is a magnificent buff waistcoat. You're wearing greg. Laurie how are you. It's called a jean jacket. Thank you very mud. Buff waistcoat buff waistcoat. We'll wait a minute. What is that The tri corner hat with the cockaded. And the no no. I'm sorry that's wrong year. That's why you need to watch video. Because they would not know this if they had not technically the term for the hat you're wearing i realize is a busby Yes the horse guard at buckingham palace. They were busby's well. Listen gregg your pastor in california your friend of mine so my instinct of course is to joke unto death. So i'm going to try to shut up and be be a normal host you ever in a lot of books So your your pastor but you you write these amazing books. Tell us about the three books you've written and the new one about billy graham. What is this. What are they called the series. What's it called. well we call them basically icons of faith and So basic lamb looking that the lives of interesting people. I didn't set out to write three books on notable people. But it started with steve mcqueen. And i'd always heard them. Mcqueen had become a christian later in his life. But i wasn't sure that was true so it started with the google search steve mcqueen christian and i started finding a lot of information about his life. His passenger was mentioned. So i thought i wonder if this guy leonard dewitt that pastor steve mcqueen is still alive will as it turns out. Leonard was alive and well. In fact i'd met him earlier didn't even realize who he was so starting with leonard. I begin to discovered this incredible story of the legitimate real conversion of mcqueen. Who is at that moment in time. The number one movie star and the world. I mean this would be like if. I don't know who to compared to brad pitt. George clooney are leonardo dicaprio or tom. Cruise came to christ. And and we're talking about it. And so i met steve's widow. She helped me with this story. Details right and so. It became a book. Steve mcqueen this ovation of an american icon also became a documentary film. Then i can johnny cash and people at asked me if you ever wrote another. What would you write it on. I said probably johnny cash. He's such a colorful character. Wait a minute wait a minute. He's not colorful. He's the man in black. He's the until colorful. Did you know coloreds occasionally. But i just wanna tell you since you and i joke so much. I have to tell you this because you weren't there twice. I've interviewed rabbi jonathan. Cahn who always wears black and both times. I have put the question to him. Are you the jewish johnny cash. And the first time he said no and the second time he said. Oh yeah yeah. I am but anyway a lot of people don't know this johnny cash always wore black. That's a whole story to. That's that's another very important book that you wrote. At what point did you decide okay. it's going to be a trilogy. And i'm gonna write about billy graham. When did when did this occur to you. Yeah well and by the way. The johnny cash book is being made into a documentary right now with the erwin brothers are working with a conscious state. Can billion parts with roseanne. He can give me a part in this. Because i'm trying to break in acting. I can play june carter cash as a teenager. You don't think i can do that. You don't think the acting child. I'm gonna make reese witherspoon as a point of reference so you could start there. I think you could be you have to think about that. But anyway it's documentary film so it carlin perkins as a teenager. They go call perkins. And what song did he is. he is known for. Call perkins I don't remember blue suede shoes I was say blue shoes is that that's the one see anyway. So china. okay. So billy graham billy. Sorta like the glue. The two stories because stephen interesting encounter with billy. He didn't know billy but later in his life. After stephen come to christ he found out he had cancer. He was unable to get any kind of treatment. There was nothing they can do from the hospitals here so we actually went for some very an orthodox treatments done in mexico. And he requested that his pastor leonard dewitt would try to get hold of billy. Graham khazei would like to meet billy. Billy very gracious took time out of his schedule. Met steve on the tarmac whereas jet was to take him to mexico they had prayer together. And then steve misplaced as bible and billy gave his divas personal bible which steve took with him. The surgery was successful but unfortunately he died in recovery and they came into the recovery room and steve was holding the bible. Billy gave him in the last words. Steve said to billy were. I'll see you in heaven. And of course billy was a good friend of johnny cash The would vacation together. They fish together their wives or friends. And johnny play a lot of billy's crusade. So i thought he's the glue in the story and to me. He's kind of the coolest of all of them. If i can use that word. Steve was the king of call as he was called. Johnny was called the godfather of but billion my estimation was the coolest of them all because of the impact. He had on men like that but people around the world some well-known some unknown We have to think of what You said that you said steve was the was the what of cool the king of the king of cool and and johnny cash was what the god cool so what would be the preecha of cool. How would you say he would be. Maybe the coolest of the cool the and because to me cool is justified this authenticity. Its unique. You know you're a trailblazer. You're a groundbreaker. You're someone that thinks outside of the lines that people think in new are willing to take risks and you're your own person. You don't follow culture. You try to influence culture. So i think billy was. All of those. Things are more because he. He was so innovative. You know when we think ability think of the older elder statesman lion in winter version of graham. That could be carved into mount rushmore. But i spent a lot of time exploring the young brash fun-loving innovative billy who did so many things before anybody else did them. He was the kingdom media. Long before howard stern claimed the title. Of course you're the king of all media now erin but thank you for eric. There was really hard to believe that anybody could could go before me really. It's an amazing thing but listen you know we. We haven't said it. I don't know if you've mentioned it. You were friends with billy graham. You knew him for quite some time. when did you first meet billy graham and do you write about this in the i mean. Is it kind of a personal book. It is to tell the story. We did a lot of research and tell you a lot more about the younger billy graham. I didn't feel. I needed to write the definitive biography on graham because so many have been written. So it's my personal story. It's called billy graham. The man i knew so. We've my personal stories into it. How we influence me things he said to me in private and then things that i observed you know. It's a book about an evangelist written by an evangelist. Or i think it's unique. In that regard. I building for the first time briefly in the mid seventy s that i got to know him on the late eighties and then our friendship develop in the ninety s when he asked me to be on the board of the billy graham evangelistic association which had been on that board for over twenty five years but he has to help them with research for his sermons..

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"laurie k" Discussed on The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"laurie k" Discussed on The Children's Hour

"Three going down. They're going too far. opens up. There's a cow a common rockland me. Now we're rockin. Wow we're waiting on my. I'd go more for the morn going up that there's an elephant say stump your our stomping while we're waiting for the elevator later. Step of press the button. I doubt that there's an alligator snapping waiting. Okay you guys ready against the elevator now. We're all inside the elevator me. Everyone press a button Allan the lobby down down any bad everybody out because we you're you're listening to the children's hour we have with us. Laurie Berkner she is. Hey singer songwriter. Beloved by kids and adults around the world and welcome to the children's hour..

"laurie k" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"laurie k" Discussed on AP News

"Laurie K. Laurie took the bullet role of she died to protect all of us. Goldstein was shot by the gunman. He lost a finger. He expected more shot. Leslie does miraculously the gun jam Goldstein said terrorism. Like, this will not take us down. Police say the suspect Jonty Ernest had no previous contact with law enforcement. I'm Ed Donahue. AP radio news. Jackie quinn. Federal authorities in central California say a former Afghanistan soldiers in custody for allegedly plotting terrorist attack against white supremacists. Who were rallying in Long Beach, California. US attorney Nick Hannah says that they used an informant to get Mark to Mingo to plan out pressure cooker bomb attacks, and then he was taken into custody Domingo said that he wanted to kill Jews as they walked to synagogue at other times. He said he wanted to kill and target police. Officers attack a military facility or our attack crowds at the Santa Monica. Pier tobacco had converted to Islam and said he wanted to avenge the New Zealand mosque shootings, a Jewish congregation and powei California vows to go forward as a worshiper killed in Saturday's shooting his honor family and friends gathered at the hubbub of pow away near San Diego. To memorialize congregate. Laurie. K rabbi Goldstein who lost a finger in the shooting told the gathering we will continue growing thriving building. And doing what I mission was to bring light to the world. Dr Howard k who two days earlier administered CPR to his dying wife said there was no blood. She she she wants Ray quickly and she did not suffer. She went straight. Oh, I Mike Rossier? Attorney Michael avenues pleaded not guilty to charges that he stole millions of dollars from clients cheated on his taxes and lied to investigators. He was arraigned today in federal court. It's not clear if attorney general William bar will appear before the House Judiciary committee Thursday to discuss the Russia report, the US air force academy says it's removed. It's Commodore of cadets admitted an investigation Brigadier General, Kristin Goodwin has been relieved of duties, this is AP radio news. Boeings CEO says they're making progress. In software changes after two deadly crashes. We feel the immense gravity of these events. Feo? Dennis told shareholders Boeing is close to completing a software upgrade on the seven three seven max to address the issue that brought down the line air jet in Indonesia, Indonesia. Theo peon airlines flight crashes that killed a total of three hundred forty six people in both cases faulty sensor, readings triggered a system which forced the planes noses downward Momberg says he's been on to test flights in recent weeks. So I could get some hands on experience with the new software and listen to our pilots while they're flying it, and he vowed the 737 max will be the safest plane ever. I'm Ben Thomas. In Chicago, Paul and Jauregui announces that he's part of a lawsuit against the Boeing. I lost my beloved wife. Caroline, three little children seeks out reading for your old, Kelly and baby will be they died in the Ethiopian crash. This is AP radio news. What's greater than.

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"laurie k" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"laurie k" Discussed on AP News

"Laurie took the bullet hole of. See? Protect rabbi, Israel Goldstein is talking about Laurie K the member of his congregation who was killed at the vigil last night was Randy Carlo who said she had to be there. Personal. Because I'm Jewish religious. But it just felt Lii in. Personal rabbi Goldstein was also shot. He lost a finger. Does miraculously the gun jammed? Police say the suspect John Ernest had no previous contact with law enforcement and may face a hate crimes charge. In addition to homicide charges when he's arraigned later this week national security adviser, John Bolton was asked about the synagogue shooting on Fox News Sunday. We don't see a connection to other groups was a paid crime. No doubt about it. But the investigational continual see what happens on the east coast. One man was killed in Baltimore police say a man fired into a crowd at a cookout seven of the people were injured the police superintendent in Baltimore says the shooting appears extremely targeted, but he didn't provide a possible motive identity should be released later today in Seattle of the four people killed when a construction crane fell from a building Seattle Pacific university said in a statement of freshman student was among those killed Spain's governing. Socialist party has one the country's parliamentary election, but we'll need backing from more news. Right after this. What's.

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