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"lord garden" Discussed on Vaughn and Clay All Day
"Be fine. Thanks for just listen into another one everyone von before we hop into everything you wanna give a little background insight and just let the listeners. What we're going to dive into this one. Yeah for sure so in just a A distill everyone. Now mean klay aren't in the same room We got a lot of snow and so much snow. Yes so much. I on thick biblically zion but yemen. So yeah so. We're we're recording Off today so today we're talking about we're talking about idle idols Claimed the big point. That i want to drive into our listeners. To own lives in our own hearts is that only jesus only jesus christ concetta satisfy are so yes nothing else on this world whether it be relationships material things you name it Anything can really really be an idol. So yeah yeah. So that's what we're talking about ted about this. I'm excited to. This is a great topic a hard topic. It's a topic. So i'm glad we're doing it before we start really going. Can i pray for us for sure. Awesome king jesus. Lord we love you. I pray god that you would speak through us lord. The you'd help us just open up about the idols that we have in our lives. Guide the ways that we fallen short but also share and open up about how you've met us in those moments or got how you're always faithful to meet us there and how you're so much better than any idols. We can have lowered. I want to pray for our listeners. Lord god that there'd be encouraged and challenged by this episode that they would see you maybe a new light or see a different part of your character. Just get to know you in a deeper way through this lord garden that you'd bless them just help us to speak truly with your word and be an encouragement. We love you lord. Amen amen so klay before of how to start. This episode is just want to give. Google definition idolised But the definition is image or representation of god used as an object of worship. Tim keller Great author phenomenal author of but he has a book called counterfeit gods which actually someone recommended me to read for youth ministry and i started that so but i found a quote in there said anything more important to you than god anything that absorbs your heart and imagination. More than god and anything that you seek to give you. What only can give. And he's talking about his idols. Anything yes i know you have the definition to as well. Yeah i before. I share what i have. I just wanna say i think that is a great. That's a great definition to work off of anything more important to you. God or anything that you spend more time thinking about or that. You love more than god. I think that's really good but yeah wouldn't when we were studying for this. I thought it'd be helpful to look into what that word idol that shows.
"lord garden" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"I told you before the break er, there's always people that game. The system always always always, but it's just so it amazes me that people that are so easily Catchable. If you will that that stick out like a sore thumb. We'll do it as like somebody run some type of. Ah, check cashing scam. You're going to get caught in a matter of minutes, But they do it anyway. I guess criminals or just stupid, the guy that Is running around spending 200 grand on tailored suit. He's got good taste in clothes. I'll give you that I stuck him upon. Facebook, their own extinction on Facebook. That suit he's got is looking good. Now we're talking about a professor out in California, and his contention is that the reason that there's global warming global climate change global cooling whenever you want to call it Is because of white supremacy. Now I'm going to make his case for him. The Bible tells us that we are the stewards of this planet. We are supposed to be tending the Lord's Garden. That's what we do. What we do We have Dominion over the earth. We do. But The secular psychotic atheists don't like that. No, they think that the Earth has Dominion over us. We're supposed to be at the at the the the whim of Mother Nature. Ah! And they always go back to some stupid contention on the part of Indians that they were in touch with the great spirit and, Ah, the earth. No, no, not not. That nature is trying to kill your ass. Okay. Gotta subdue nature of a chance you get You want to bet they're using poison ivy is toilet paper, and I don't Now this guy, this professor. His name is Ted Gruden. It's terrifying is that he is in front of a class, lecturing the students giving them assignments, grading them and then giving them grades, so then get on to whatever's next classes or a graduate. An op ed group is sort of that embedded in the theory of racial supremacy is the theory of human supremacy over nature. Yeah, but not in racial supremacy in the way God planned it. Human supremacy over nature, which has brought environmental calamity upon us. No as Gruden season that students listen to this. They don't know They all believe this crap. As Professor Gruden season when I call him, Professor I mean the cat's got a cat's got a degree in environmental science. Don't join into, say more as Gruden season. What's the premise? He thrives on accumulation of wealth and power. Of a select few, namely Caucasians and the oppression of destruction of everyone and everything else. But does he have a twist around backwards? White people, they argued, have story have historically believed that dominance and control are their natural rights. Of this sort to colonized peoples and lands. That's interesting. Has he ever heard of a country called Rwanda? Or Zimbabwe, South Africa. Fast forward hundreds of years, and here's the result races and wildfires and hurricanes hears this election from his article here. This is important because this is what your kids are getting you there online or in a classroom or anywhere near College professors these days. I write this today from California State currently besieged it again by historic fires that are raging across the U. S. West Coast, Justus other parts of the country also real from the horrific outgrowths. Of climate crisis. Including deadly hurricanes on the U. S East coast and other places around the country, and some people are being gunned down by police. Yeah, that has everything to do with the weather right and violent white supremacist because of the color of their skin because they stand against the brutality of racism. Out of the world arrive at a place We're both nature and humanity suffers so severely. And in such a concurrent manner. These seemingly separate issues somehow profoundly linked, did racism that only fuel horrific violence but also a global warming itself. I'm evidence, and by the way, we'll get back in this thing here, but I'm evidence into you a mentally damaged individual. This man's literally mentally damaged. He's not all there is that he's not thinking clearly. Not thinking clearly at all. He's straight of advancing a completely insane, selfish argument is that this is Joe Biden, voter man. On by. I want to get into the Joe Biden effect. Let me make a note of this. I can't forget to do this. I need to talk about masks. And the mindset that is now leading to mask squealing and shaming mask, you know, go. Okay. Pretty scary. There's a corollary to the past on that, too. By the way, we're going just a second climate crisis wasn't is fueled by racial supremacy that has long devalued everything and everyone but the chosen ones..
"lord garden" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast
"It way back when in the midst of time, this is bronze plot in life. Brad will forever be promised a slightly bigger thing. He sees as just enough to push him over the edge to switch allegiances. Like that is what Braun is or he's a mercenary. But the pyramids game. Schemes gotta stop somewhere. Lord garden. This is why loved it so much because he thought it stopped the river run. He's like what the fuck could you possibly offer me? Right. Double river run get out of here. And when he says, hi garden Broncos. Oh shit. You're right. That's double river. It's actually a little bit better. I'm kind of confused as to why Jamie is so opposed to it because I don't know what special place in his heart river, sorry, a high garden whole his. Upper class prejudice. Cut for it will never be Lord of the reach like again cut for it was more to Kathleen rock once upon a time, and you're sitting on it. Yes. All are you ever sat on it you asshole? So that's fair. But I think Tyrian knows broad better. Jamie, certainly. Then we move aria joining up with the hound who's on his way to finish some business in king's landing. Neither of them plans on coming back. That's the prising. I'm really surprised that Arias still on like a suicide. But no, I mean there there are a few names on our list and some are bigger than others. And like the biggest one of all see she's on a suicide mission. I just think she doesn't see herself, you know, essentially being lady in winter fell like not the way she wouldn't be a lady in storms in fishy. Isn't like Jesus, I guess, I don't know. I mean, maybe the. The are couldn't come back to winter film. Be whatever kind of woman she wanted to be is amazing to me. I think she could I was to like settle down in this, comfortable place. You know, like like never coming back. Never. She didn't say like live like I don't wanna move in with my dad, but I do visit them regularly. They're like you're never coming back to the north. Why the fuck would you ever want to come back? I don't know. I don't know. But I do love to see the REM Han roadshow back on. No. It's that's one of the coolest things this episode did. Yeah. Like that's of all the entertaining traveling road shows we've had like you've got Braun interiors up there. But how aria was very entertaining. It's unfortunate because I think this is all we'll see of the show. Yeah. With all the time jumps that we had in this episode. They're already at king's next time. We see and they're going to be on that that that hill that everyone stops on the overlooked. Yeah. You know that like, you know, right overlooks landing for sure, I don't think we'll see much of it. Yeah. Bummer. It is what it is. All right. So Danny watches, the gotta stop at an inn and he'd ever chicken on the room. They got finding so at least once. I hope so so Danny watches the injured rig all get back into the sky. And he he gets a moment to show off before his death. And then we move over to Terry and trying to convince onset to cooperate with Danny instead sauna use the secret John told her to try to convince him that there's a better option. And is this just makes perfect sense. Of course, sadza is going to try and get in dig her claws into.
"lord garden" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"Insurance only pays a thousand. And year. So we're just going to pick the crappiest tooth and your head and do a root canal Bill crown on this molar hair. And then as the first year our Lord garden savior, delta dental will give us a new thousand dollar maximum. And then we'll we'll treat the second shittiest tooth in your head. And that's ninety five percent of the dental market. The other five percent walk in and say, hey, gene. Congratulations. You've got great credit. We could do everything you and the doctor talked about for a hundred eighteen dollars a month for thirty six months that sound like something you wanna do like. Yeah. And they're like, well, you know, you haven't been to the dentist for five years is that dental phobia. I mean, do you want us to put you to sleep for that? Or do you want to do it on like nitrous oxide and all I will put to sleep. And those are the guys that every Friday, we'll have one or two patients for twenty five grand. They do it fifty weeks year. And they're just crushing it. Because and some of these say will you just been in the say will you just told her that are injured subpoenaed thousand and then her portion of six thousand and it's one hundred dollars a month for this. When he months, but I didn't see anybody call the insurance company and verify that you'll Howard it's a it's a thousand bucks. I don't even care. I don't even care if they pay are not. I mean, it's a six thousand dollar case. And I'm gonna do. Damn case in a couple of hours, and then as they get older and older and older. And they had these big cases say they're in Phoenix, Arizona. They're like, oh my God. I got Jean Saint Louis coming in Friday, and she's going to be put to sleep with the anesthesiologist because you don't wanna do that yourself because if something goes south, you don't want to you don't know anesthesiologist. I don't care what how many courts you took. And number two. The like, I don't even wanna do. Three Mola root canals on Friday three molar root canals back to back. So they'll call an ended on from the next town over and he'll come in Friday, and they split the revenue with fifty fifty. I mean, I know dentists that they're going Friday. And all they do is press the flesh until the patients to sleep that ended on will come in and do three molar root canals than buried on his comes in and places. Five root canals? I mean, five implants. And I mean, it's just it's just my gosh. But hey, I took you triple overtime. I want to tell you that the only reason this show is a smash is because I'm able to get legends. Like you to come on the show. Thank you for your thirty years of commitment to dentistry and thank you for coming on the. Show today and talking to my homeys. Thank you. I appreciate it. And I appreciate you. Give me the time as well. All right. Have a rocket. Day.
"lord garden" Discussed on 600 WREC
"That are recorded in acts chapter two and acts chapter seven record two very distinct, very different responses and acts chapter to about three thousand people responded to the message of Peter they were baptized into Christ for the remission of their sins. As we read in acts two thirty seven and following especially verse thirty eight but five chapters later, Stephen delivered pretty much the same message, but he lost his life. Because of it were uncomfortable with such either or options believe this or don't believe this. And sometimes we look to take refuge in grey areas. But like it or not the message of the gospel pushes us to make a decision Joshua prompted his audience in the closing chapter of the book that bears his name saying choose this day, whom you will. Serve in Joshua twenty four and verse fifteen the audience on that day was very quick to declare their allegiance to God. But Joshua caution them about the full weight of their choice twice. They said they would serve the Lord garden twice. Joshua caution them why? Because he said if you're going to claim to serve the Lord God, then you must actually serve the Lord God. And you must actually serve the Lord. God only that means no other gods. Why did Josh will make that point quite simply because he knew that some of the Jews even then we're involved in idolatry a claim to follow God demands that we follow God. And no other can you make that claim? It's for this reason that we ask this question where are you? Where are you geographically not where are you academically? Not where. Are you financially? But where are you spiritually of the two responses presented an act seventeen. Are you like the Jews and Thessalonica who ran Paul out of town? Or are you like the Berea who accepted Paul's message, are you willing to think to learn to way and to consider the teaching of God's word carefully. Respecting it and comparing it with what you already believe, Dino that what you believe or disbelieve can you substantiate it from the scriptures. Or is it something that.
"lord garden" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Was. He has the put it in a bibliography at the end. State my work until going to be accused of plagiarism awkward. We've already been cooled deformed. Okay. So he's just writing the so. Okay, so he's he's baiting so. So this literary style of attack mixing, personal and professional critiques was brand new. Okay. And it was similar to the writing of Jonathan swift. Both writer writers rejected pretension greed and pride. Okay. So James, then after he gets fired, he turns to writing for living. Okay. There are lots of literally of a pamphlet agent. He did not. That will come up. Okay. There are lots of literary clubs in the city, but he didn't have it ends into them. Luckily he received patronage from one Lord garden stone. That's right. Had James, that'd be patriot, and I'll be in the back on that one stone in the God, and he helped James get work with. A famous lawyer and they collaborated on writing Giuliani shit, six, yeah. Okay. She'll Yanni, but the Lord was not comfortable with James anti really anti English sentiments. Okay. Okay. So that's built up, right? Okay. And the only seventeen ninety Scottish businessmen were tired of high English taxes and tariffs and the American experiment is in full swing kicking ass. Yeah. Well, I think, well, the milk's turning Irish republicanism was threatening the English hold in Ireland. Okay. And in seventeen ninety, two, James published the political progress of Britain, which was strongly influenced by Jacob been ideals of the French revolution. So the gentleman's are. The biggest body of the guys in the French revolution there really hardcore. Okay. So they're the hardcore dudes. A lot of beheading shirt sort of thing. Sure, sure. But the guys, yes, so they're, they're teens guy. They're super. Right. So you. I mean, there's a lot of different ways. It's us now, but like they're considered sort of radicals the time right here to the other radicals. Okay. Left us radical. So it attacked the British, his his new pamphlet attack the British colonialism and try to reframe the story of the of British expansion. It was all about class warfare and anti imperialism k. quote since the Norman conquest ain't good has been governed by thirty three sovereigns. And of these two thirds were by hundred different actions deserving of the Givet of the give it. I think I, if I recall we give it is where you hang a dude in a cage, and the dude is geez of pirates were give it. You hang him. What do you mean? You just let them starve in a cage. Hey, put him in a cage and that's that's deal. Then he's done. That's a nightmare. Yeah. Yeah, not great. It's not great way to go and that's public. It's public. It's also today used in public schools in Oklahoma students. They put students. In Oklahoma in cages? Yeah, they have to be over ten. I think between tannin there's a height requirement. No, they just the it's just giving his bad for kids under under ten. Yeah, you don't wanna damage them, but you can give it a kids up to eighteen. Once you're once you're out of high school. Any giving. This true. You talking about. None of that is true. Okay. England and Scotland were anxious about nationalist writings because of the whole French revolution thing. So James was investigated sure. The leftist Scottish writers he trucked with including Lord garden stone infiltrated. So they send in guys too, you know spy and and then in January seventeen, ninety three. James ran off to Dublin, instead of appearing in court to testify about his pamphlet. Okay. So this these, he's pretty prophetic pimp. Big dropping a lot of pamphlets? Yeah, he's having like his Dylan era. I mean, yeah. Yeah. He then made his way to Philadelphia in may Lord garden stone doing any pamphlets while you're in town. I don't know if I've good team. I'm working on a couple of different pow. I'm working on a concept pump. Flint right now, something different, you know, like from the perspective of a character from space, do you know about prog rock? Yeah, that's a good one. Yeah, yeah. So Lord garden stone died soon. After he left is set of a broken heart. What lured garden stone died of a broken heart. Well, even really liked him, I guess, oh, he died of a broken heart because James to garden stone sounds like a little bit of a. Whatever. I'm gonna. I'm gonna leave the well-done guarded. No SuperSonics. Through a little shade garden stone. Philadelphia was one of the oldest cities and ports, but with a flood of recent immigrants. So right. So it was the first urban melting pot in America. Sure. And with it nativist sentiments were rising. Okay. New immigrants and first generation Americans were not treated well by those who lived in America for a while. K.. So this is when Philly formed? Yeah. James
"lord garden" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Out beast four stars four stars then for based on that is it for this week's section definitely now there's nothing else to talk about let me take your notes that make sure that we've covered everything before we move on just young good looking so okay because we did the question the question premier thing was good stuff yet interview roussel's movie news that we got the refuse section i'll have mentioned no that's four oh my words so yes offenders war came out you've probably already seen it so you've probably forty four hundred own opinion we will be doing our own special in this russo and marcus mcfeely free but i say hopefully fingers crossed down the line we'll be able to do something with those guys but this as corsi nineteenth film in the marvel cinematic universe and this is where it's all been building to this is the grand sh mortgage board siri has just said i'm not sure i understand siri has clearly not read on my watch i don't know of said the trigger theory but she said i'm not sure i understand siri you need to see the previous eighteen university understand this brings them all together all of them iron man hulk star lord gardens to the galaxy gamarra's black widow the captain of the americas all of them they're all together black panther hugli dam is that guy they're all here because they have to stop the strange dr mr doctor his name they have to stop thanos who is josh brolin in a mall cap onesie from getting the infinity stones and if he gets all the infinity stone the that's yet see an that's bad for the marvel cinematic universe the universe and dedi universe so that's the story join us next week.
"lord garden" Discussed on AM 590 The Answer
"Will be safe so baptism is as important to a christian as a wedding is to a marriage if a person says will i wanna be married while you need to have the way and baptism is the ceremony by which were publicly admitting and confessing that we accept crisis and we accept his forgiveness so why a person wouldn't want to be baptized is what my concerns well i agree with what all i bet the issue of that i had a great because i was baptized you know by worry but what they claim very sweet you know a a commitment that uh that i swear that i believe in jesus christ as my lord god save yet but i've never been that ties in in the water i flynn on going to israel exclusively for that homeward front they set for your wings safe sound basis if that means that you go to heaven well course in order to go to heaven you wanna be saved you can't you can't go down on if the law follow i know i know you're ah ideology i i do a a theologian but i i forget his late night at another word worth about price and i accept citizens might lord garden state yet and my name is written in the book of life and i'm a and then i go to heaven if you have surrendered your heart to jesus and you have accepted his free forgiveness for your scents and your baptized that you should be baptism heard you say you are baptized but someone speaking words the bible says you should be immersed in water and there's nothing in the bible talks a word met work baptism and so it sounds like you're going to israel in your going to do a water baptism that's very good but if we've surrendered we're following the lord and we're baptized yes you have eternal life has the promise it's a daily experience we do have a book.
"lord garden" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
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"lord garden" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"I'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show january eighteen eighty five their relief part two great excite and in the british empire as lord garden paszek is cut off by the mobbed the ana relief column must make its way that ends in tragedy about along the way there's an incident that is critical to the understand it of the demand and that desire and the design the machine got the new book caught cj checkers is the author is the winner of the pollock surprise and he's a senior writer for the new york times but this is a story of a weapon that it's commonplace around the world you hear it all the time of the again forty seventh however the aka forty seven answers in demand and the demand comes from the nineteen century western you are your plans and americans were fighting great horreurs fast army's that were charging outnumbered a regiment cyr over run squares and this particular day in january of eighteen eighty five there was an outnumbered square of red coats and their allies marching for cartoon and they had a gun with him an automatic weapons at the time that was like them out of the getlin got it's called the gardner chris a very good evening to you what happened that day with a gardner and how does it propel are story of the collision a calm well the gardiner chances under pressure in taking a charge the british soldiers who pushed it out away from the square to me that ripple to turn it only a few times sportstalk working and a little run and all but one person in that crew were built and the battle it almost lost the british forces that they were able to fight off the deal for theo the charge that broke the square wizard but yeah this is the mud he's whirling darvish assess and tastic characters with huge green ribbon flags flowing over the red coats as their gun gem plays continue chris and they fought them off but from this incidental back in london it was an arm salesman i remain action with designed a gun that did not acquire hand crank and it worked very very well the first true machine guns and it was is namesake called the action and if it didn't serve very well in.