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"mark matthew" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"mark matthew" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Well, they're they've got, you know where everyone goes to eat where they do their interface familiar with it. They don't want it to move, but at some point as the combine becomes bigger along with everything else. And then about expected at least the pills part that, that's everyone's watching to not Mark got its I wanna talk. That's the biggest issue isn't like what Brockman was you point out. Well, what are the kids going to say? Whether they're going, it's the it's the evaluators and that the, the routinization coaches who, who know exactly what to do for this event and how it works, Mark. I also and also the competition committee members were so difficult. I'll be very honest with you polling in particular to deal with at the very beginning of NFL network knocking on the doors saying, we want to bring cameras in there. And then, eventually, we all know what it's become. So I, I guess the only members who, who wouldn't be thrilled about this might be some of the coaches, and I guess the restaurant. Owners who are used to having coaches there until one in the morning sometimes right? You don't within you know, if it comes down to a clash between you know what do the coaches want from a functionality standpoint? What if people want but from an ability to evaluate place versus what the NFL thinks can happen in terms of making pick her event with more people watching, well, we know what went out there and ten times out of ten what went out and is the NFL making it a bigger bet with more people watching and for generating where revenue. So eventually, that is going to be the way it goes, there's almost no doubt about it. Despite the fact that from a functionality standpoint, you know, the, the coaches in the front office, people probably would like to see it stand Indy forever. Mark Maskey the Washington Post here on the rich Eisen show. Okay. So you, you already speculated what might happen beyond twenty twenty one in terms of the combine coverage why did the NFL ownership? Skip twenty twenty two in naming a draft locale. Do you think you know, I think? What you're going to end up seeing there is. It's going that going to end up being a big city ain't relatively speaking now you've got a smaller city Cleveland, in twenty twenty one is smart city to city in, in twenty twenty three to twenty twenty two remains open. They don't really have a leading bed right now. It's not like they're holding out for, for this city or that city what they're gonna do is they're going to go back and basically open it up to everyone again and said, we went to hold around a bit. In other gonna tell all thirty two teams. If you want the draft that you're in twenty twenty to put your bit in, but, but the, the idea would be, I think, is that they're sort of alternating between larger city and smaller city with moving the draft around the cousin, the idea of, I think that will end up in a bigger city, and they just sort of wanna to start over from scratch, and get everyone to bid on it, and see who comes up with the best friend. Could you imagine if they shut down the French quarter like they shut down Broadway in Nashville and created a draft hall there, I'm sure I'm sure they can imagine it. Could you imagine? What that what, what kind of picture? What would that look like yet? I'm trying to picture that right now. And that whoever's team is on the clock. You throw their beads into the draft hall. Right. The colored beads. How are they getting those I have no idea? Okay. I'm just spitballing right now with Mark Matthew on the phone from the Washington Post. What, what, what happens now with instant replay and defensive and offensive pass interference. Mark, walk me through what happened at the meeting and what happens next. Interesting thing I mean, I if people, I don't know, closely people have been filing sort of the administrative detail part of that. And that's what we're really on nothing's gonna in the big picture. Nothing here is going to change. What was voted in, in March with that, you know, pass interference can be reviewable by replay, whether it's called or not called on the field. That's not changing what happened in March..

NFL Mark Washington Post Mark Maskey Brockman Mark Matthew Cleveland Nashville
"mark matthew" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

16:54 min | 2 years ago

"mark matthew" Discussed on 600 WREC

"In order for you to feel like it is really and truly Christmas. Just as we have our traditions, the four gospel writers have there's Mark Matthew Luke and John each take a unique approach to Christmas each introduces Jesus to the world in a distinctive way. This advent Reverend Tom or junior, and I are visiting the homes of the four gospel writers, we are peeking in windows to see how each author has deck the halls. We're noticing who they've invited over for dinner. We're asking why? Why do you think the arrival of Jesus is significant is holy. Last week. Tom took us to Mark's house. Mark didn't go in for much in the way of tinsel and garland. Instead, he took us out to the wilderness for Mark the wilderness is where we all at some time or another live and when Jesus arrives. He meets us there. The second house on our tour of homes belongs to Matthew Matthews place has got cars jamming driveway and doubled up at the curb. Let's take a stroll up the walk and see what sort of Christmas. He is preparing to celebrate. Listen now for God's word as it echoes to us from the very beginning of the gospel. According to Matthew chapter one verse one. An account of the genealogy of Jesus the messiah the son of David the son of Abraham. Abraham was the father of Isaac and Isaac the father of Jacob and Jacob the father of Judah and his brothers and Judah the father of Perez and Zahra by taymor and Peres the father of Hezron and has run the father of Harlem an arm. The father of a minute dab in a minute dab, the father of Nahshon and Nahshon the father of Salman and Salman, the father of boas by Rahab and boas the father of Ovid by Ruth and Ovid the father of Jesse and Jesse the father of king David and David was the father of Solomon by the wife of your IRA. And so it continues all the way to liaison the father of Muffin and Mathurin the father of Jacob and Jacob the father. Of Joseph the husband of Mary of whom Jesus was born who is called the messiah. This is the word of God for you. The people of God. Matthew's house looks nothing like marks or steer place. Here. There are angels and lights next to the garage. Matthew has set up a crash. He's strapped in neon star to his chimney lining, the walk or three life size. Glowing plastic statues of the mad Gye, none of the other houses on the block honor. These astronomers from the east they are a unique part of Matthew's story, and he quite rightly wants to make a big deal out of them music and laughter radiate from Matthew's house the sign on the front door says don't bother Knockin this house's Rockin, and it's true. Matthew's house is full of people all sorts of people holding glasses of cider and plates of food. Everyone is standing around a tree. If you look closer, it's not your typical Christmas tree. It's a family tree Matthews Christmas. You see is a family reunion. Do you have a relative who keeps track of the family tree someone who spends time on ancestry dot com? Someone who knows who all the second cousins are and what became of antenna and where your middle name comes from. Maybe that person is you if you're a genealogy walk you're going to love Matthew's house at Matthew's house and extended family is getting ready for the birth of a baby to prepare our host has pulled out charts and yellowed family photos to demonstrate that this baby comes from an established bloodline. It goes all the way back to father Abraham, you know, the song father Abraham had many kids many kids had far the ham, and I am one of them. And so are you? So let's just praise though. Oh, lord. Where was I? Oh, yeah. Father Abraham Matthew traces, a careful line that begins with father Abraham and his miracle of a son Isaac. Matthew follows that lineage all the way forty two generations to a carpenter named Joseph. It's quite a feat really diagramming forty two generations of a family tree as Matthew moves through his chart a pattern unfolds. Check a ni- was the father of solitaire and sell a tale the father absorbable so and so was the father of so and so and on and on. Curiously though, when we get to the carpenter from Nazareth when the genealogy arrives at Joseph the gospel writer breaks cadence Matthew diverts from his pattern. Perhaps you heard it Ellas are the father of Matheson, Matheson, the father of Jacob Jacob the father of Joseph the husband of Mary Matthew does not describe Joseph as the father of he's a husband a husband to marry the woman who gave birth to the messiah Matthew makes it clear that Joseph has no biological connection to the baby. Born in Bethlehem. He does it again when he tells Joseph story on learning that his fiancee is pregnant Joseph gets visited by an angel. The angel explains that Mary's baby. He is not Joseph's child. This babe belongs to God. This is of course, the story of Christmas. Although it's a bit of a head scratcher. You see the problem here? Right. If there are no biological ties that bind then why does Matthew unscrew all his genealogy? Why trace a bloodline through forty two generations. And then turn around and say, oh, and by the way, the last guy in line Joseph the crucial link between all of the previous generations end. The messiah was not actually related to him. How could Matthew make such an obvious blunder? Unless of course, it wasn't a blunder at all. A few blocks from where I'm minister at Rockefeller Center. New York City erects a massive Christmas tree every December crowds flocked to see it. According to Eric pause. The head gardener at Rockefeller Center. The search for the perfect tree goes on for an entire year. All around the United States, the final eighty to ninety foot tall candidate is chosen because it has an ideal shape and color and majesty this tree says pause can have no bad sides. The tree my family halls home. From a pop up store on Lexington avenue pales in comparison, Matthew knows this looking up from his ancestry charts the gospel writer nods, our family trees are not perfect not even close. Our families are composed of beloved scoundrels gentle martyrs, and silently bitter, folk we are related to criminals and heroes noble people and charlatans we have kin whom we deeply cherish, those whom we merely endure and those we cannot believe share our same, gene pool. While living in Austin, Texas. I developed a taste for a musician named Robert Earl keen in one of his most famous songs merry Christmas from the family keen describes in an unvarnished, but not unloving manner. A typical Christmas at his parents house. One of the verses goes like this brother Ken brought his kids with him the three from his first wife Lynn and the two identical twins from his second wife. Mary nell. Of course, he brought his new wife Kay who talks all about a chain smoking while the stereo plays. No. Well, no. Well, the I know well Keane says out loud what we all know to be true. Our families are messy if you look at our, gene. Analogies. You will find records of separation and abandonment, you will see places where people's names have been crossed out scribbled over and downright erased. Some of us belong to families were diagramming our relationship to each other requires a degree in ancestoral calculus at this time of year, this family time when all is supposed to be jolly and perfect are flawed trees stand out in our minds. So we do what all normal Christmas. Tree owners. Do we spin the greenery around until the best side faces the room, we live in the hope that no one will notice are hidden imperfections, isn't this? What Matthew does look at this? Impressive idyllic family tree. Check out all the patriarchs and kings. Hopefully. These shiny baubles will pull your attention away from a pregnant teenager an anxious woodworker and a baby without a clear. Daddy. If only it were that simple, Matthew actually refuses to hide the imperfections. He spins the scruffy, est. Parts of the baby's family tree toward the room. His genealogy include spies traitors and homeless foreigners. Matthew highlights disreputable moments in the family's history. Instead of saying Jesse was the father of David and David was the father of Solomon, Matthew rights and David was the father of Solomon by the wife of urea. How Matthew pulls us close like a gossip Bianco and whispers, hey, remember that messy affair with Bethsheba? What's going on here? Why does Matthew prepare us for the birth of Emmanuel God with us by pointing out scoundrels in the family tree. Why doesn't the gospel edit out the scandals, and why for pity's sake? Does he trace a genealogy all the way to Joseph and then failed to connect Joseph to the baby. Joseph Joseph is crucial guest at Matthew's house. He's over there. Sitting in the corner hasn't touched his cider looking like the weight of the world is on his shoulders. His fiancee is pregnant the baby is not his he wants to do the right thing. He's contemplating as the gospel puts it dismissing Mary quietly, he's almost decided to deposit his betrothed at the Nazereth house for unwed mothers. He's hoping that this scandal won't pursue him for the rest of his life. That's his best plan until Joseph gets visited by God's personal courier the angel encourages Joseph to wed Mary to accept the child growing in her womb and to give that child a name. Simply put the angel asks Joseph to adopt Jesus. Why does God asks Joseph to stay involved? Why does God's messenger asked the carpenter to adopt Mary's baby. The answer. Matthew gives is fascinating. And in a Robert Earl keen way, it is revealing. God the angel tells Joseph is in the middle of the mess that you find. So morally troubling the same God who was there in all the not so pretty difficult events shaping your family tree is in the midst of this moment to not only is it possible for God, the work in the midst of a mess explains. The angel but God actually has authored this unconventional situation involving your betrothed Mary pay attention Joseph. Do you hear what I'm saying? It's you who's been adopted in through this baby. You and your family stretching all the way back to Abraham. Ham have been dominated by God. Illuminated bibles from the middle ages often depict the first chapter of Matthew's gospel as an elaborate family tree men and women perch on each branch like ornaments. At the top of the tree. Mary stands holding the infant Jesus alongside the tree. Matthew, stands holding a scroll and a pen. He's still adding names to the genealogy. In a nutshell. This is Christmas at Matthew's house here. The holy infant presides over our trees. I'm not talking about the ones with glass balls and tinsel here Christ embraces, our families in all their messy nece here. Matthew stands waiting for you with pen in hand. He's going to write your name on a branch. Protest all you want. It. Didn't do Joseph any good. I'm no blood relative of Jesus This baby belongs to God. No matter Matthew is going to scribble away. This. He will say is how God operates forever. Grafting are flawed and fractured selves into a story of immeasurable. Hope. Let us pray. Give us patience and grace as we face are flawed families this Christmas allow us in this holy time to trust that we.

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"mark matthew" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

16:53 min | 2 years ago

"mark matthew" Discussed on 600 WREC

"In order for you to feel like it is really and truly Christmas. Just as we have our traditions, the four gospels writers have there's Mark Matthew Luke and John each take a unique approach to Christmas each introduces Jesus to the world in a distinctive way. This advent Reverend Tom or junior, and I are visiting the homes of the four gospel writers, we are peeking in windows to see how each author has deck the halls. We're noticing who they've invited over for dinner. We're asking why do you think the arrival of Jesus is significant is wholly last week. Tom took us to Mark's house. Mark didn't go in for much in the way of tinsel and garland. Instead, he took us out to the wilderness for Mark the wilderness is where we all at some time or another live, and when Jesus arrives he meets us there. The second house on our tour of homes belongs to Matthew Matthews place has got cars jamming the driveway and doubled up at the curb. Let's take a stroll up the walk and see what sort of Christmas. He is preparing to celebrate listen now for God's word as it echoes to us from the very beginning of the gospel. According to Matthew chapter one verse one. An account of the genealogy of Jesus the messiah the son of David the son of Abraham. Abraham was the father of Isaac and Isaac the father of Jacob and Jacob the father of Judah and his brothers and Judah the father of Perez and Zahra by taymor and Peres the father of Hezron and has run the father of our him an arm. The father of a minute dab in a minute dab, the father of Nahshon and Nahshon the father of Salman and Salman, the father of Boaz by Rahab and Boaz the father of Ovid by Ruth, Ann Ovid, the father of Jesse and Jesse the father of king David and David was the father of Solomon by the wife of urea. And so it continues all the way to E as are the father of Muffin and math. The father of Jacob and Jacob the father. Of Joseph the husband of Mary of whom Jesus was born who is called the messiah. This is the word of God for you. The people of God. Matthew's house looks nothing like marks austere place here. There are angels and lights next to the garage. Matthew has set up a crash. He's strapped in neon star to his chimney lining, the walk or three life size. Glowing plastic statues of the mad Gye, none of the other houses on the block honor these strana mors from the east. They are unique part of Matthew's story, and he quite rightly wants to make a big deal out of them music and laughter radiate from Matthew's house the sign on the front door says don't bother Knockin this house's Rockin, and it's true. Matthew's house is full of people all sorts of people holding glasses of cider and plates of food. Everyone is standing around a tree. If you look closer, it's not your typical Christmas tree. It's a family tree Matthews Christmas. You see is a family reunion. Do you have a relative who keeps track of the family tree someone who spends time on ancestry dot com? Someone who knows who all the second cousins are and what became of aunt, Anna. And where your middle name comes from. Maybe that person is you if you're a genealogy wonk, you're going to love Matthew's house at Matthew's house and extended family is getting ready for the birth of a baby to prepare our host has pulled out charts and yellowed family photos to demonstrate that this baby comes from an established bloodline. It goes all the way back to father Abraham, you know, the song father Abraham had many kids many kids had father Abraham, and I am one of them. And so are you? So let's just praised the. Load. Where was I? Oh, yeah. Father Abraham Matthew traces, a careful line that begins with father Abraham and his miracle of a son Isaac. Matthew follows that lineage all the way forty two generations to a carpenter named Joseph. It's quite a feat really diagramming forty two generations of a family tree as Matthew moves through his chart a pattern unfolds chicken nyah was the father of T L and Sal tail the father absorbable so and so was the father of so and so and on and on curiously though, when we get to the carpenter from Nazareth when the genealogy arrives at Joseph the gospel writer breaks cadence Matthew diverts from his pattern. Perhaps you heard it LEA's czar. The father of Matheson, Matheson, the father of Jacob Jacob the father of Joseph the husband of Mary Matthew does not describe Joseph as the father of he's a husband a husband to marry the woman who gave birth to the messiah Matthew makes it clear that Joseph has no biological connection to the baby. Born in Bethlehem. He does it again when he tells the Joseph story on learning that his fiancee is pregnant Joseph gets visited by an angel. The angel explains that Mary's baby is not Joseph's child. This babe belongs to God. This is of course, the story of Christmas. Although it's a bit of a head scratcher. You see the problem here? Right. If there are no biological ties that bind then why does Matthew unscrew all his genealogy? Why trace a bloodline through forty two generations. And then turn around and say, oh, and by the way, the last guy in line Joseph the crucial link between all of the previous generations. And the messiah was not actually related to him. How could Matthew make such an obvious blunder? Unless of course, it wasn't a blunder at all. A few blocks from where I'm minister at Rockefeller Center. New York City Iraq's a massive Christmas. Tree every December crowds flocked to see it. According to Eric pause. The head gardener at Rockefeller Center. The search for the perfect tree goes on for an entire year. All around the United States, the final eighty to ninety foot tall candidate is chosen because it has an ideal shape and color and majesty this tree says pause can have no bad sides. The tree my family halls home from pop up store on Lexington avenue pales in comparison Matthew knows this looking up from his ancestry charts the gospel writer nods, our family trees are not perfect not even close. Our families are composed of beloved scoundrels, jump the martyrs and silently bitter, folk we are related to criminals and heroes noble people and charlatans we have kin whom we deeply cherish, those whom we merely endure and those we cannot believe share our same, gene pool. While living in Austin, Texas. I developed a taste for a musician named Robert Earl keen in one of his most famous songs merry Christmas from the family keen describes in an unvarnished, but not unloving manner. A typical Christmas at his parents house. One of the verses goes like this brother Ken brought his kids with him the three from his first wife Lynn and the two identical twins from his second wife. Mary nell. Of course, he brought his new wife Kay who talk Saul about a chain smoking while the stereo plays. No. Well, no. Well, the I know well Keane says out loud what we all know to be true. Our families are messy if you look at our Jeannie. Geology as you will find records of separation and abandonment, you will see places where people's names have been crossed out scribbled over and downright erased. Some of us belong to families were diagramming our relationship to each other requires a degree in ancestral calculus at this time of year, this family time when all supposed to be jolly and perfect are flawed trees stand out in our minds. So we do what all normal Christmas. Tree owners. Do we spend the greenery around until the best side faces the room, we live in the hope that no one will notice are hidden imperfections, isn't this? What Matthew does look at this? Impressive idyllic family tree. Check out all the patriarchs and kings. Hopefully. These shiny baubles will pull your attention away from a pregnant teenager an anxious woodworker and a baby without a clear. Daddy. If only it were that simple. Matthew, actually refuses to hide the imperfections. He spins the scruffy parts of the baby's family tree toward the room. His genealogy include spies traders and homeless foreigners. Matthew highlights disreputable moments in the family's history. Instead of saying Jesse was the father of David and David was the father of Solomon, Matthew rights and David was the father of Solomon by the wife of your idea. How Matthew polls close like a gossip Bianco and whispers, hey, remember that messy affair with Bethsheba? What's going on here? Why does Matthew prepare us for the birth of Emmanuel God with us by pointing out scoundrels in the family tree. Why doesn't the gospel edit out the scandals, and why for pity's sake? Does he trace a genealogy all the way to Joseph and then failed to connect Joseph to the baby. Joseph Joseph is a crucial guest at Matthew's house. He's over there. Sitting in the corner hasn't touched his cider looking like the weight of the world is on his shoulders. His fiancee is pregnant the baby is not his he wants to do the right thing. He's contemplating as the gospel puts it dismissing Mary quietly, he's almost decided to deposit his betrothed at the Nazereth house for unwed mothers. He's hoping that this scandal won't pursue him for the rest of his life. That's his best plan until Joseph gets visited by God's personal courier the angel encourages Joseph to wed Mary to accept the child growing in her womb and to give that child a name. Simply put the angel asks Joseph to adopt Jesus. Why does God asks Joseph to stay involved? Why does God's messenger asked the carpenter to adopt Mary's baby. The answer. Matthew gives is fascinating. And in a Robert Earl keen way, it is revealing. God the angel tells Joseph is in the middle of the mess that you find. So morally troubling the same God who was there in all the not so pretty difficult events shaping your family tree is in the midst of this moment to not only is it possible for God to work in the midst of a mess explains. The angel but God actually has authored this unconventional situation involving your betrothed Mary pay attention Joseph. Do you hear what I'm saying? It's you who's been adopted in and through this baby. You and your family stretching all the way back to Abraham. Cam have been adopted by God. Illuminated bibles from the middle ages often depict the first chapter of Matthew's gospel as an elaborate family tree men and women perch on each branch like ornaments at the top of the tree. Mary stands holding the infant Jesus alongside the tree. Matthew, stands holding a scroll and a pen. He's still adding names to the genealogy. In a nutshell. This is Christmas at Matthew's house here. The holy infant presides over our trees. I'm not talking about the ones with glass balls and tinsel here Christ embraces, our families in all their messy nece here. Matthew stands waiting for you with pen in hand. He's going to write your name on a branch. Protest all you want. It. Didn't do Joseph any good. I'm no blood relative of Jesus This baby belongs to God. No matter Matthew is going to scribble away. This. He will say is how God operates forever. Grafting are flawed and fractured selves into a story of immeasurable. Hope. Let us pray. Give us patience and grace as we face are flawed families this Christmas allow us in this holy time to trust that we to.

Mary Matthew Father Abraham Matthew Joseph Joseph Matthew Matthews Mark Matthew Luke Mary Jacob Jacob Jesus David Jesse Isaac Solomon Robert Earl Boaz Tom writer Nahshon Rockefeller Center
"mark matthew" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

16:56 min | 2 years ago

"mark matthew" Discussed on WSB-AM

"In order for you to feel like it is really and truly Christmas. Just as we have our traditions, the four gospel writers have there's Mark Matthew Luke and John each take a unique approach to Christmas each introduces Jesus to the world in a distinctive way. This advent Reverend Tom or junior, and I are visiting the homes of the four gospel writers, we are peeking in windows to see how each author has deck the halls. We're noticing who they've invited over for dinner. We're asking why do you think the arrival of Jesus is significant is wholly last week. Tom took us to Mark's house. Mark didn't go in for much in the way of tinsel garland. Instead, he took us out to the wilderness for Mark the wilderness is where we all at some time or another live and when Jesus arrives. He meets us there. The second house on our tour of homes belongs to Matthew Matthews place has got cars jamming the driveway and doubled up at the curb. Let's take a stroll up the walk and see what sort of Christmas. He is preparing to celebrate listen now for God's word as it echoes to us from the very beginning of the gospel. According to Matthew chapter one verse one. An account of the genealogy of Jesus. The messiah the son of David the son of Abraham Abraham was the father of Isaac and Isaac the father of Jacob and Jacob the father of Judah and his brothers and Judah the father of Perez and Zahra by taymor and Peres the father of Hezron and has run the father of our them an arm, the father of a minute, dab and a minute dab, the father of Nahshon and Nahshon the father of Salman and Salman, the father of boas by Rahab and Boaz the father of Ovid by Ruth an opioid the father of Jesse and Jesse the father of king, David and David was the father of Solomon by the wife of urea. And so it continues all the way to Ellie as are the father of Muffin and math and the father of Jacob and Jacob the father of Joseph the husband of Mary of whom Jesus was born who is called the messiah. This is the word of God for you. The people of God. Matthew's house looks nothing like marks austere place here. There are angels and lights next to the garage. Matthew has set up a crash. He's strapped in neon star to his chimney lining, the walk or three life size. Glowing plastic statues of the magic, none of the other houses on the block honor. These astronomers from the east they are unique part of Matthew's story, and he quite rightly wants to make a big deal out of them music and laughter radiate from Matthew's house the sign on the front door says don't bother Knockin this house's rock, and and it's true. Matthew's house is full of people all sorts of people holding glasses of cider and plates of food. Everyone is standing around a tree. If you look closer, it's not your typical Christmas tree. It's a family tree Matthews Christmas. You see is a family reunion. Do you have a relative who keeps track of the family tree someone who spends time on ancestry dot com? Someone who knows who all the second cousins are and what became of aunt, Anna. And where your middle name comes from. Maybe that person is you if you're a genealogy wonk, you're going to love Matthew's house at Matthew's house and extended family is getting ready for the birth of a baby to prepare our host has pulled out charts and yellowed family photos to demonstrate that this baby comes from an established bloodline. It goes all the way back to father Abraham, you know, the song father Abraham had many kids many kids had far the Roeber ham. And I am one of them. And so are you so? Let's just praise the Lord. Where was I? Oh, yeah. Father Abraham Matthew traces, a careful line that begins with father Abraham and his miracle of a son Isaac. Matthew follows that lineage all the way forty two generations to a carpenter named Joseph. It's quite a feat really diagramming forty two generations of a family tree as Matthew moves through his chart a pattern unfolds. Check Anaya was the father of solitaire and solitaire 'til the father absorbable. So and so was the father of so and so and on and on curiously, though, when we get to the carpenter from Nazareth when the genealogy arrives at Joseph the gospel writer breaks cadence Matthew diverts from his pattern. Perhaps you heard it Ellas czar. The father of Matheson, Matheson, the father of Jacob Jacob the father of Joseph the husband of Mary Matthew does not describe Joseph as the father of he's a husband a husband to marry the woman who gave birth to the messiah Matthew makes it clear that Joseph has no biological connection to the baby. Born in Bethlehem. He does it again when he tells the Joseph story on learning that his fiancee's pregnant Joseph gets visited by an angel. The angel explains that Mary's baby is not Joseph's child. This babe belongs to God. This is of course, the story of Christmas. Although it's a bit of a head scratcher. You see the problem here? Right. If there are no biological ties that bind then why does Matthew unscramble his genealogy? Why trace a bloodline through forty two generations. And then turn around and say, oh, and by the way, the last guy in line Joseph the crucial link between all of the previous generations. And the messiah was not actually related to him. How could Matthew make such an obvious blunder? Unless of course, it wasn't a blunder at all. A few blocks from where I'm minister at Rockefeller Center. New York City erects a massive Christmas tree every December crowds flocked to see it. According to Eric pause. The head gardener at Rockefeller Center. The search for the perfect tree goes on for an entire year. All around the United States, the final eighty to ninety foot tall candidate is chosen because it has an ideal shape and color and majesty this tree says pause can have no bad sides. The tree my family halls home. From a pop up store on Lexington avenue pales in comparison, Matthew knows this looking up from his ancestry charts the gospel writer nods, our family trees are not perfect not even close. Our families are composed of beloved scoundrels gentle martyrs, and silently bitter, folk we are related to criminals and heroes noble people and charlatans we have kin whom we deeply cherish, those whom we merely endure and those we cannot believe share our same, gene pool. While living in Austin, Texas. I developed a taste for a musician named Robert Earl keen in one of his most famous songs merry Christmas from the family keen describes in an unvarnished, but not unloving manner. A typical Christmas at his parents house. One of the verses goes like this brother Ken brought his kids with him the three from his first wife Lynn end the two identical twins from his second wife. Mary nell. Of course, he brought his new wife Kay who talks all about a chain smoking while the stereo plays. No. Well, no. Well, the I know well. Keane says out loud what we all know to be true. Our families are messy if you look at our genealogies, you will find records of separation and abandonment, you will see places where people's names have been crossed out scribbled over and downright erased. Some of us belong to families were diagramming our relationship to each other requires a degree in ancestoral calculus at this time of year, this family time when all is supposed to be jolly and perfect are flawed trees stand out in our minds. So we do what all normal Christmas. Tree owners. Do we spend the greenery around until the best side faces the room we live in the hope that no one will notice. Are hidden imperfections, isn't this? What Matthew does look at this? Impressive idyllic family tree. Check out all the patriarchs and kings. Hopefully, these shiny baubles will pull your attention away from a pregnant teenager an anxious woodworker and a baby without a clear. Daddy. If only it were that simple, Matthew actually refuses to hide the imperfections. He spins the scruffy, est. Parts of the baby's family tree toward the room. His genealogy include spies traders and homeless foreigners. Matthew highlights disreputable moments in the family's history. Instead of saying Jesse was the father of David and David was the father of Solomon, Matthew rights and David was the father of Solomon by the wife of urea. How Matthew pulls us close like a gossip Bianco and whispers, hey, remember that messy affair with Bethsheba? What's going on here? Why does Matthew prepare us for the birth of Emmanuel God with us by pointing out scoundrels in the family tree. Why doesn't the gospel edit out the scandals, and why for pity's sake? Does he trace a genealogy all the way to Joseph and then fail to connect Joseph to the baby. Joseph Joseph is a crucial guest at Matthew's house. He's over there. Sitting in the corner hasn't touched his cider looking like the weight of the world is on his shoulders. His fiancee is pregnant the baby is not his he wants to do the right thing. He's contemplating as the gospel puts it dismissing Mary quietly, he's almost decided to deposit his betrothed at the Nazereth house for unwed mothers. He's hoping that this scandal won't pursue him for the rest of his life. That's his best plan until Joseph gets visited by God's personal courier. The angel encourages Joseph to wed Mary to accept the child growing in her womb and to give that child a name. Simply put the angel asks Joseph to adopt Jesus. Why does God asks Joseph to stay involved? Why does God's messenger asked the carpenter to adopt Mary's baby. The answer. Matthew gives is fascinating. And in a Robert Earl keen way, it is revealing. God the angel tells Joseph is in the middle of the mess that you find. So morally troubling the same God who was there in all the not so pretty difficult events shaping your family tree is in the midst of this moment to not only is it possible for God to work in the midst of a mess explains. The angel but God actually has authored this unconventional situation involving your betrothed Mary pay attention Joseph. Do you hear what I'm saying? It's you who's been adopted in and through this baby. You and your family stretching all. All the way back to Abraham have been adopted by God. Illuminated bibles from the middle ages often depict the first chapter of Matthew's gospel as an elaborate family tree men and women perch on each branch like ornaments at the top of the tree. Mary stands holding the infant Jesus alongside the tree. Matthew, stands holding a scroll and a pen. He's still adding names to the genealogy in a nutshell. This is Christmas at Matthew's house here. The holy infant presides over our trees. I'm not talking about the ones with glass balls and tinsel here Christ embraces, our families in all their messy nece here. Matthew stands waiting for you with pen in hand. He's going to write your name. Name on a branch. Protest all you want. It. Didn't do Joseph any good. I'm no blood relative of Jesus This baby belongs to God. No matter Matthew is going to scribble away. This. He will say is how God operates forever. Grafting are flawed and fractured selves into a.

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"mark matthew" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"mark matthew" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The way the packaging is real stupid looking at is not it's not a very whoever designed this is it does it look like classic godzilla now it's the ninety eight movie oh no no no no no but it's only on the bottom and then the top half is just what you would expect an eighties container to look like says just as weird design it just doesn't look good i don't even acknowledge that movie the nine thousand nine hundred ninety eight godzilla that was an it was just that it was just a palling mark matthew broderick that was an awful awful movie you don't mess with godzilla man keep finding if you just do google image search for the ice cream it's like an ad or something i guess that they had at some point and it's the container but the next to it is like this godzilla hand just kind of looks like it's about to pop open the ice cream looks real join the advertising campaign for that movie in general was ridiculous i don't know if you remember but dan do you remember the billboards that they put up leaser leaser d right he would talk talk he was trying to get to god zillah to come out here easer leaser leaser one taco right for godzilla.

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"mark matthew" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

47:09 min | 3 years ago

"mark matthew" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"mark matthew" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"mark matthew" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"Not because we're trying to game the system not because we're trying to you know bullshit people bill spoke about people's asses we are here in built this so people can get in and feel comfortable about getting in to crypto learning about the tech in learning about different ways to think about economies finance borders yourself and the possibilities that a more free economic future could give to the average consumer i agree i'm definitely here to help a bit absent lately with work and study and whatnot but i'm trying to get back into it get my head in the game and this was this was a good way wakeup call and it was especially nice to hear from people like mark and aaron who had a very different experience to you and i am at kowalski yeah for sure yeah for sure just i love this community and i'm all in in the crypto on blockchain space and you're talking to a guy who's doing this mostly out of a labor of love for the community it is not easy for and i'm not i'm not saying this to so that people can go wow that's awesome i'm just saying it because it's true that this thing is bigger than than we can imagine and this thing is a labor love for us it takes time and we want the people to be educated and what matthew said was very true we're here for you i get emails and i see a lot of questions on the facebook page but i don't think i think there's more questions than people are actually asking and i think they actually think and i'm sorry for people listening that i'm telling you i think you're thinking but i'm going to do it anyways because i listened to a lot of podcast i listened to a lot of educational content and they say hey reach out then i reach out and guess what i don't hear i don't hear back from anybody right.

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"mark matthew" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"mark matthew" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"I think he i think he says amazing things and when he was on the james ultra so he said he was talking about investing he's like everybody looks at this stuff and i think this goes back to what mark said he's like your check your buck folio all the time it has endured behind now oh it went up a percent it went up two percent it went up i was going to buy an at twenty cents it's twentythree cents now i'm going to wait for it to go back down to twenty cents twenty would say just by you wanna buy today buy today if you're not going to buy today and you don't think there is any future for it doesn't matter what the price is today then there's no future for its and don't buy it just put your money in don't worry about these nickel and dime a couple of percentage because if you're going to hold this for a long hold or long long capital gains then you're going to see your returns because of the product you will see the the project be fruitful because of the product itself not because you bought it in at twenty cents or twenty three cents or twenty five cents so yeah i agree with you there i mean i actually i discovered bitcoin in two thousand nine i ended up buying silver instead and if i would have just put one hundred bucks in the bitcoin then this would be a very different story for me so if you find something that you're interested in and it sounds weird and you're not sure but you still like it and you have the money to spare and you're interested in it's the only thing you like then why not because it might end up being something incredible and some just some last words for new people getting some market i want everybody to know that decryption airy crypto wanna one is co wanna one the community our facebook communities are twitter's our emails everything is open to you guys so please join the facebook group please send us emails matthew aaron danny you can send us emails anytime reach out to us we have built this little ecosystem of people in the space of resources because we want to help not because we want.

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"mark matthew" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"mark matthew" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"Yeah he is boss he he does some shit yeah so someone like that it's that they interest me is he's a mover and a shaker indeed so before we get off what advice would you give to the new people that are getting into space we're seeing green now it's going to get back on cnn cnbc fox news everybody's gonna start talking about bitcoin and everybody's gonna say hey maybe i should buy someone that bitcoin stuff what do you wanna tell the people that are going to start getting into the game now mr marin quick this to share oh sorry go ahead any okay so i got into crypto at this time of the year last year it was right after a dip it was right before a big hike up right before the big bull run that lasted pretty much the whole year so for me i just i ended up buying a theory i'm a narrow and i just looked at what to coins could i put like two hundred dollars into i think it was what i invested and they both ended up doing really well and that's at the stage for me being super interested in crypto in discovering the whole thing so put a couple of hundred dollars or fifty dollars whatever you can afford for some rich student might be ten grand and find some coin that you really believe in and just see if it works see if the technology you believe in and the name the marketing and everything that you think might work if it's a working formula and put some money in just put money in you'll learn very fast and you'll pay attention and you'll figure it out who was the guy matthew that you had on the guy was like hey yeah put ten thousand dollars in and put a thousand in each coin knows andy ten gift oh oh yeah there's no big deal.

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"mark matthew" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"mark matthew" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"Zapping with doing business in is changing by forty fifty percent in a couple of weeks and it's quite nerve wracking so i guess going back to my original statement is we're all here and there's a lot of new people coming into it and i just wanna share my story about what i'm doing in the crypto space right now but what are you guys doing in the crypto space and how do you think that people could start interacting in the crypto space if they're coming in right now and what coins will you have them look at i'm just going to name the coins real quick f lend for me is a big one auger i like tiber network and probably some more zillow guy in this named for but those are the ones that i've been sitting aside with for a while really yeah they are i think that f land is a fantastic company and as the money comes in you're going to see people are not going to want to especially with what we just talked about with how awesome theory is it's a beautiful way to not have to say sell your cerium to do other things with cure therion that's what i love about fun and khyber of course zillah i like neil a lot too i really really like neil a lot so you have these platforms that are so beneficial for this face in there just at their infancy these are the companies that i'm really looking at and you get a lot of new people they come in and they think bitcoin they think bitcoin they think the currency the currency the current see and they don't think about the operating system that operates all of this set that aside and go straight for the currency and it doesn't take long to get the understand what the tech is it's really not hard i'm not a tech i say it all the time but i understand what's happening.

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"mark matthew" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"mark matthew" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"Designers and all kinds of people involved in the people that are involved are all over the world i have a guy in australia guy in germany we have people just all over the world getting paid in a theory i'm getting paid in light cone and it's such an amazing thing to know that it's that easy that accessible in the bility to recruit talent from all over the world unite them under some kind of different or better ideology of of decentralisation and i know that's like a term that's coin and it's like throwing out everywhere but you know this is what it is is this one is kind of a decentralized entity of bringing information to the average person into be able to interact and i just can't imagine trying to run a company or pay people or do business with a bank or pay pal and try to do this overseas cross borders and to unify everybody like this without this tech this beginning this infant tech right now how would i do that even in its infancy it's changed my life it's already changed the game and i think that's just amazing but one of the other things that i have found in this adventure that we are all on together and i think that we're having fun doing this is that balancing the ability to run a business when your currency is changing all the time i remember mark and i were talking back last month and we got paid in the theory i'm for some sponsored ads and we got paid and say nine hundred dollars a theory him but then when it was time to pay people for the work was at four hundred so it was just an amazing thing and i don't know i figured out how to do that is do i put it into a stable coin right when i get paid and then i miss out of the gains i also will miss out on the losses we use tethered we use di do we use the these other ones it's really hard to navigate the business aspect of this when you're the price of your currency your trains.

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"mark matthew" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"mark matthew" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"In short start engine provides a complete token ecosystem if your company wants to lodge a security token offering just go to start engine dot com slash crypto wanna one for a free consultation and twenty percent discount on future ico setup services that's start engine dot com slash crypto went to one this is not the advice no back to the show the blockchain terminal developed by new york based cg blockchain inc is a new tool for the hedge fund industry in institutional investors to confidently by trade and invest in crypto the blockchain terminal bridges the gap between institutional investors in the crypto currency market by combining market data from over sixty exchanges information about upcoming ice ios and news from publications and social media the blockchain terminal gives you a complete picture of crypto trading institutional investors may hesitate to invest in crypto currency however c g blockchain's unique compliance card technology creates a compliance framework placing you in a secured and monitored environment the blockchain terminal offers you a consolidated orderbook showing the price and state of the market across multiple exchanges and a consolidated wallet that allows single account to trade on multiple exchanges using third party applications including the blockchain terminal this means you can access on the third party applications thousands of available crypto currencies from over sixty exchanges the barton terminal runs on digital token to be issued by cg blockchain affiliate b c t in this token is used to register and transact within the platform the bbc t inc token sale is available through the thirtieth of april two thousand eighteen joint btc inc at token sale dot btc the iso and visit the website btc dot io for more information now back to the show.

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"mark matthew" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"mark matthew" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"Compared to what you guys are put so what did you learn bear market then that's gonna come out what i was able to do is confirmed what i thought to be true what unhappy about that and again as you said it might not be over but certainly it gives us hope for the future seeing green finally sustain green and that we believe that we weren't gambling because we we told ourselves all along we're not we're not we're not speculating we're we're in it right but then we're going are we really in it is this really is this really his is really legit and it is it is it really is we just we just needed it to turn and we really wanted to trust people that like i've seen it all the time like so this is the third time this has happened or maybe it was a fourth i can't remember exactly what you said this has happened for don't worry it's fine we're like oh we trust you doug we really do but did we really trust them so so it gives us the confirmation we needed to see and i learned that it's it's it's going to recover and we know that the technology to stay we know that institutional companies has has them said is they're they're doing things that we don't even know about we know i just interviewed the blockchain terminal people they're they're setting up platform ford the institutional money to go in so it's coming it just needed to be on their terms and i think that we'll see higher highs and probably some pretty big lows in the future it's just the way it's going to be what i learned was that history will repeat itself though and so we just need to think as we wouldn't business as i when we speak to our business leaders on one is what is your worst case scenario planning for when this does happen again we need to think like that when we're holding our portfolio.

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"mark matthew" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"mark matthew" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"As as definitely true i think you i think those big name people that have been in the space for so long i think it's sort of their duty danny what have you learned in the bear market of course we're assuming that this is over i don't want to jinx it i don't want to sit there like it's over we're gonna see lamb bows and moon and tesla in space but we already resolve we saw the bottom saw the bottle only here before danny takes over i i've been following a dude who's twitter handle is don't sell your bitcoin to the cartel they listen i'm not a conspiracy theorist as one might point out however nobody can deny we'll maybe people can can and will deny that their institutional players in these markets know what they're doing and how they're doing it and how they're going to enter in what what they wanna see e before that they'll put their money into so i think there has to be some truth to the coincidence of futures and the ability to short the mark it and how short it got and the technicals that nobody will deny oh here's the volume it's going to stop right here and then it's going to go down a little bit farther and even that same guy is saying it went low goes if it goes lower it went lower but here's here's what here's i'm just showing you guys that technicals in here's what i think is happening behind those technicals and it goes against everything that we want to believe but it doesn't mean that it's not true the beauty of these guys is they look at it from a technical aspect whereas they know that most retail consumers look at it from an emotional aspect and what are we were were emotional right when if you see eighty percent of your money that you're right i mean who who who can look at that with a poker can really do it i couldn't and i did it was it was relatively small amounts of.

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"mark matthew" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"mark matthew" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"Okay was i stupid before my stupid now all right just constantly stupid i think i'd just live in this perpetual land of stupidity so now we're here now and now we're having this conversation but going back to a danny said you know an interesting thing not just because of the money aspect of it but because of the traffic that interest the people coming into the market or wanting to learn just disappeared crypto wanna ones listeners went down our traffic went down danny's traffic went down everybody's traffic went down danny how did you handle that from your aspect in your business point of view and then actually mark if you can touch on that too you know reaching out to people for crypto one one is well i didn't handle it well i went into my little cave on my okay i'm just going to weather this out in my cave all by myself get on a couple of skype chats with matt and believe that there's a future for crypto because decryption airy it's it's always been just a great hobby project something that i thought could help him and it still helps people i still get emails but i haven't been working on it much can i haven't been buying really anything i bought a little bit on the way down because like i said i thought it would stop at fifty percent and it just kept going and what i did buy just because i know you probably gonna ask that i bought some my ota and a few coins that i really liked but oh some some ex rb which got rebranded to nanno and maybe it's a bad idea now i saw some data on it didn't look so good you made the point of are we in eighty eight before or are we in idiot now.

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"mark matthew" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"mark matthew" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"Klatten berg when i knew your name that's he's not for a good reason yeah le for like when i watch nba games if i know like a refs name or an nfl game i'm like this guy's dog shit like i should you should be a ghost i mean when sometimes when commentators like dave they'll do it because they have like doing referee today zone so and if i don't know your name like you you should keep it that way you should be fuck and like fly on the wall you're not part of the game it's not about a you always mark clinton berg did it's what michael oliver does what michael over right yeah okay cool so many like closeness all these mike mike mark it's like the switch it up guys mark matthew looking john like so many fucking biblical bullshit names and just just don't make it about you it's not about you there's so much money there's so much fans so much love that goes as sport and just take a step back just take a step back and realize just do your job do your job and that's all at what else to say do your fucking job that's beautiful and that's a beautiful transition into the sad 's we're going into the sad part of our podcast for viewers out there that are or snow or manches knotted fans turn it off now because it's just gonna be real shea ahead so let kevin want to start off with our snow united can we just not talking about arsenal this podcast do fuck it okay they getting.

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"mark matthew" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"mark matthew" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is stable prices and maximum employment and we try to achieve those on average over the longterm wall street's gonna do what wall street's gonna do let's the first is that a little bit more brigand mark matthew sees the head of asia research at julius spare mark you've had some time to reflect on the minutes as well the key question for policymakers is a question about pace about three or four rate hikes to keep the supplydemand equation inbalance what's your view our view is three hikes this year and then we think they're actually about done so that is below what the market is expecting because i think the market will be looking for more the year after but we don't think that inflation is really a big enough problem merit more than three re rate hikes this year and in fact are forecast for the 10year treasury is at two point seven five percent by the end of this year which is of course lower than where it is now i want to pick up on that market we put this up on a chart in terms of what's happening with 10year yield in the united states he's bay times weeklies pay six two seven four you look at treasury future is that we realise volatility here is slowly climbing towards fiveyear average is the question for traders is what happens once you get closer to the three percent mark you come back down or is that the starting point over another leg up i think you come back down based on everything that's going on in the economy and also i must say of all the news clippings so that i read yesterday the most interesting was one from bloomberg and it was quoting a investment manager at a big japanese life insurance company meiji as soda and he said that when yields worried about two and a half percent we didn't like them but 10year treasuries at two point seven or two point.

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