25 Burst results for "Manasseh"

"manasseh" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast with Scott Barry Kaufman

The Psychology Podcast with Scott Barry Kaufman

03:19 min | 3 months ago

"manasseh" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast with Scott Barry Kaufman

"It's not it's not you don't have to have the order. The just is there about the general but us ninety five percent of the shared variance is explained by the general factors like late in. General factor factor. Okay yeah yeah yeah hierarchical okay we want we will. We'll put that table. Here's anymore but i'll tell you the paper. It's kind of fun if you're into psychometric. Since i can't wait to read the paper. I it's it's interesting that you have some people in the field. They're like so adamant about like. It's all about self coldness like like we need to help people who are being harsh themselves as a and how do you do that through your self compassion trainings. It manasseh thing if you look at any sort of whether it's a states gala just developed a state scale with short term mood induction or there's long-term how do you reduce self coldest increase self. Compassion is like they go hand in hand. It's like you know you sit on one end of the psalm. The changes they work intended. There was no studies that show. They operate separately. The what's the point you know. I know what they would say. Event in clinical interventions. Why how do you reduce the coldest increased So if you caught reduced on compassionate responding how do you. How do you increase compassionate responding increase one person in the sky sox about is not is not increased protection is 'vulnerability will reduce vulnerability is protection. When they go hand in hand. I kind of like they lose their they lose their marbles over is like practically. It's almost pointless deny author. Because they're going here the practical level they're looking at just. What is the best predictor. What items in cross-sectional study correct correct. Yeah if you an experimental study it. All the evidence is is to say that these here's the system and also sexual magically but yet it's kind of this is this is the problem when you gotta scale that's been used four thousand times..

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Why God Wants Us to Be United in Christ

Pray the Word with David Platt

02:00 min | 3 months ago

Why God Wants Us to Be United in Christ

"Judges chapter twelve verse. Four then jeb. The gathered all the men of gilead and fought with f frame and the men of gilead struck f frame because they said you are fugitives of f. Renew gilead i'ts in the midst of ephraim and manasseh. Read this verse. Because it's a concise summary of civil war. Among god's people in this point in the book of judges god's people are turning against each other and are fighting against each other in ways that are obviously destructive for them and ultimately dishonoring displeasing to god. And we see this picture and judges and then we read the rest of the bible and we see this tendency over and over and over again. And it's all over the new testament church even as i've been preaching through. First corinthians of spin reminded of divisions among god's people and tendencies among god's people to turn against one another i think about jesus prayer for us is god's people before he went to the cross like this is the one thing. He was praying for us as he transitions in john. Seventeen to praying for those. Who would believe in him through the witness of his original disciples and he praised that we be one just as he and the father are one. And so it's it's pretty clear what god desires for us as his people

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"manasseh" Discussed on Other People's Shoes

Other People's Shoes

03:40 min | 3 months ago

"manasseh" Discussed on Other People's Shoes

"I don't even want to get up from this couch until i receive a word from you some days. I did some days. You know i would just have to trust. I got something. But some days i would be like. Oh wow look at this. And what i saw in the scriptures is that from genesis to revelation. If they lived in our present day society they would have criminal history records they would be labeled as convicts and felons and have these records on under name. In as many of these people are in the chapter eleven of hebrews hall of faith chapter in his. Like wow look at this. There's hope for my son so that started feeling me with hope that my son even after prison you know he gets out early on parole or if he has to serve the whole time. I don't know that's up to god. But when he gets out that he will have a life on the outside when he's released because the lord promises to give us a hope in future in jeremiah. Twenty nine eleven. He promises that god used moses moses. You look at his life. He was set apart. He was spared he was saved to be king of been deleted. The people out hit the hebrew people out of egypt later but what happened in the process. He saw his people being mistreated while he was living as a prince in egypt and he took matters into his own hands. One translation of the bible says he looked to the left. Any look to the right. And he murdered the egyptian then he was afraid of pharaoh so he fled so he's a murderer and fugitive. If be we're gonna put it in modern day language. And so he lived in the desert for forty years till guide called back to go back to the same place where he fled from to deliver the people. Out of bondage. And so that's the hope. I have for my son that he will be his mightily by god to pull people out of bondage and that gave me great help in i could go on. There's king david there's king manasseh there's even saul tarsus. I mean the list could go on. You can see it on the zoom..

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"manasseh" Discussed on Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple Podcast

Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple Podcast

05:22 min | 3 months ago

"manasseh" Discussed on Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple Podcast

"Let me read that sentence again. If the yogi views what is happening with the wrong attitude that these are personally happening just to him. He'll become distressed. When awareness and wisdom grow with the right attitude working in the background. This same yogi may even feel joyful interest in recognizing these states as they are pd so manasseh joyful interest to recognize recognizing states as they are. Here's an analogy. If a policeman were able to catch the thief every time he stole something. This policeman would be promoted promoted cranks on the other hand. A demotion might be headed his way if the policeman kept missing the thief here. The safest always stealing something. Are you going to experience objects with defilement whenever they arise or are you going to observe with wisdom pay attention with awareness wisdom otherwise defile months. We'll have already taken over the exterior chance.

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"manasseh" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

04:01 min | 4 months ago

"manasseh" Discussed on Pod Save America

"It right. The it got that there was. This supremely is not a strong enough word. But there was this extremely. Let's let's call it demonic force that was just encapsulated an embodied in the figure of trump but obviously is bigger than trump precedes trump Wouldn't have we wouldn't have had a trump. Were this not sort of big part and reality of who we are as a nation in our history and everything that's happened over time and so if people do not understand that it really does go beyond. Dnr go beyond team red team blue. Which is a big part of what animates political participation. We know right. It's tribalism manasseh big problem that we've got if people cannot see in twenty twenty two that we are at that same crossroads we have not left that crossroads right Then we're not going to be able to enemy enough people to turn out as a base and to flip against that team red party identity tribal loyalty to see that we have to stand united as americans four the values that we at least pretend to espouse. I am correctly interpreting. What i think. You're saying it is the way to think about how to talk about this dangerous trend. This faction whatever you wanna call it. In american life is to try to isolate it and by using the term democrat republican we are ascribing essentially in sort of the public mindset fifty percent of america to this which then get which then in this will get your next topic in a second abuse it with strength and social. And if you were the better way to do it is to consistently describe it as a minority as a. I mean the weren't faction works for that too. And in doing that which i think you know is mathematically and statistically correct also Isolates it in a way right makes it seem less maybe even as the potential to separate it if our first primary identity which a lot of social science research shows is our partisan identity the trumpster our policy views. Everything else by saying that. It is not republican. You release giving yourself a fighting chance with some collection of people who currently self identify as republican for rejecting that is that correct that's correct and in addition that's absolutely correct. In addition to that it removes oss from the trap of what one of the many things people abhor about politics or at least profess to a poor. Which is oh. That's all just partisan bickering that's all just infighting. Republicans say crappy things about democrats democrats say crappy things about republicans. That's just how this is which is as we see in public opinion. A lot of what people think that's back to that like it's all just polarization. This is sort of the way the game is played this. Why quote unquote. I hate politics. I can't stand it. I don't even want to think about it or talk about it. Which is view that. Many short of americans not listeners. Your podcast i would imagine. But lots of american tour like politics gross. I wanna part of it We have to get away from that. Because even though that is in fact not true and that is not in fact sort of the way that things are operating when we also put things in partisan turns rather than being americans united against this faction that is just sort of supremely against every one of our ideals in yes in political terms we have to defeat it by turning out and voting against the people with the are against their next to their name. We have to change this understanding.

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"manasseh" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today

The Friends of Israel Today

06:19 min | 7 months ago

"manasseh" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today

"Never a moment in the scriptures where somebody is turned away from from god's kindness in forgiving us when a heart is broken and contrite and and and begging for forgiveness and so no i agree with you. I think that's really what god wants. It doesn't matter when it happens in someone's life. The point is that god wants that person to turn to them to trust god and it can happen. At any moment israel on the verge of becoming a state a teenaged holocaust survivor arrives on her shores alone. His name his feek little did he know his search for a new life in the holy land would lead him to the messiah fee enthusiastic to share his faith engaged others in spiritual conversations many of which can be found in our magazine israel mike glory whilst fee is now in the presence of his savior his collected writings from over fifty years of ministry continue to encourage believers worldwide. Now apples of gold a dramatic reading from the life of st recently. I was waiting for the bus for jerusalem when two young men asked me for directions to a synagogue which i gladly give them one replied. We want to pray. But we've already been to that synagogue and it is locked up tight. I asked if every synagogue were locked. Would you not parade then look strangely at me and then when asked how can you pray without a minion. A minion is ten. People required the conductor. Jewish worship service. Responded god is not looking to see if you pray in xinjiang. He looks at your heart. Give you an from your high. Your prayer will be heard in heaven as we were talking more. People join the conversation. Some of the men belong to the synagogue. That was locked in. Because they know me one asked why are you trying to brainwash these young men. I said my duty is to bring them closer to god not according to the old traditions but according to saka riot chapter one verse three to me says the lord of host and i will turn to. You sankara also refers to your old traditions to not be like a father's them. The former prophets breed saying thus says the lord of host turn now from your evil ways and your evil deeds but they did not here not me says the lord it was like a small miracle to be able to give them facts from the bible. It was also a small miracle. The bus was late giving me more time to share the truth with them eventually. The two young men said they wanted to repent and they asked me to take them to the rabbi. I said if you really want to repent you do not need a rabbi. Go before the lord an open your hearts before him. Then you will know your saved from your sins. Got it pleased when you come before him and say lord save me you can say just as king. David did sound twenty-five one. Into to your lord i lift up my soul. Oh my god. I trust in you. Let me not be ashamed. Read the remainder of some twenty-five along with some other passengers including jeremiah. Thirty one thirty three. But this is the covenant that i will make with the house of israel after those days says the lord i will put my law in their minds and righted under hides and i will be their god and they shall be my people and as soon as i spoke. The word covenant. Some of the old men said to the young men. You must fear him. He is speaking from the new testament. The book those christians believe. I told him how brian they were as i showed them. I had read from the prophet jeremiah o. Surprised this was the first time most of them had seen that. The jewish prophets spoke about the new covenant. I- then showed them some old testament. Passages that clearly speak of the lord. Jesus i pray. I will have more opportunities to meet with them especially to young men and tell them how they can truly were penned by putting their faith and trust in messiah. Thank you for joining us today. I want to remind you. Purchase your copy of the video. Bible study series the common thread. You can get it on. Dvd or on usb. You can do that by going to radio. Dot org chris. I'd like to ask you to give our listeners. A heads up for next week. Yeah last king that we're going to be looking at its joya chin and this is the reason it's so important. It's because god is going to preserve the line of david to get us to jesus through this one king even during one of israel's most difficult and darkest moments in its history. So i think it's going to be a very interesting episode there. We do hope you join us then. Our host and teacher is chris toca. Today's program was produced by tom. Galleon theme music was composed and performed jeremy. Strong mike kellogg red apples of gold. I'm steve conover executive producer. Our mailing address is f. o. Radio p. o. Box nine one four belmar new jersey zero eight zero nine again. That's f. o. I radio pillbox. Nine one four belmar new jersey zero eight zero nine nine and one last. Quick reminder to visit us at foia radio dot org. The friends of israel today is a production of the friends of israel gospel ministry. We are worldwide evangelical ministry proclaiming biblical truth about israel and the messiah while bringing physical and spiritual comfort to the jewish people..

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"manasseh" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today

The Friends of Israel Today

05:24 min | 7 months ago

"manasseh" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today

"So over the past few weeks. We've been looking at various kings of judah through the lens of second chronicles. I looked at king. Asa and his reign over judah and then we took a brief tour of the lives of hesitate and joe cy the spiritual reformers of judah and today. We're looking at the son of hesse. Kaya and the grandfather of joe cya king manasseh king manasseh had no regard for the law of the lord. Which is what we just heard Nor any regard for the lord in general the abandoned the lord and opted to lead the people of israel stray the people of judah astray into pagan worship and the very pagan worship that he instituted in judah ironically consumed him. He was carried away by the pagan empire. Assyria it was the lord's way of getting his attention. Now we often see manasseh as a bad king of israel when his name pops up you know we automatically think manasseh a horrible king of judah and he certainly did evil things in his tenure as king however. We rarely ever talk about his salvation. That's right manasseh salvation. About the moment he turned to the lord. You know after manasseh was carried away into babylon by the syrians. The tech says this starting in verse twelve of second. Chronicles chapter twenty two. It says in his pain. Manasseh ask the lord his god for mercy and truly humbled himself before the lord of his ancestors and when he prayed to the lord the lord responded to him and answered favorably his cry for mercy and the lord brought him back to jerusalem to his kingdom and then manasseh realized that the lord is the true god. God gave manasseh over to his passions. This reminds me of the first. Corinthians five five passage when paul lays judgment against the christian who was committing atrocious act of sexual immorality. And the apostle paul says this hand this man over to satan for the destruction of the flesh so that his spirit may be saved in the day of the lord let this man paul saying indulge in the flesh that it takes him quickly or maybe a apart from the body of christ will realize his need to repent and turn back to god. You know god gave manasseh over to the very thing. He worshiped and adored his idols his his false gods and in that exile away from his people away from his land and yes away from his god the god that loved him he turned to the lord and i love this. About god's response. God responded immediately to manassas cry. God responded immediately to manassas repentance. Manasseh was a changed man. The tech says that he actually removed when he came back to jerusalem. He removed the foreign god and images. From the lord's temple and all the altars at he had built on the hill of the on the hill of the lord's temple in jerusalem. He told the people of judah to serve the lord the god of israel. You know what this reminds me of especially after we just celebrated easter. It reminds me of the two criminals who hung next to jesus one mocked jesus while the other knowing jesus was innocent said jesus remember me when you come into your kingdom and jesus said to him i tell you the truth. Today you will be with me in paradise in the fleeting moments of this man's life the criminal. He begged jesus not to forget him. And jesus responded you will be with me in paradise. Is this not again. The picture of god's mercy like manasa a life filled with fighting against the lord pushing back and ignoring god and in the very last moments of his recorded life manasseh turns to the lord and god accepts him listened. Godkin can change a stubborn heart and even in the fleeting moments of someone's life. He will accept them. That's the mercy and kindness of god. I love knowing that our god is one of grace forgiveness mercy and kindness. This is what manasseh life shows us. And maybe next time you think of manasseh you won't think of a man who just.

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"manasseh" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today

The Friends of Israel Today

02:38 min | 7 months ago

"manasseh" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today

"God allowed assyria to carry manasseh away. And when we come back. I want you to see manassas. Response to the.

"manasseh" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today

The Friends of Israel Today

08:34 min | 7 months ago

"manasseh" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today

"Down the line to jesus the king of kings to as we've been studying second chronicles. We've been looking at the fact that god is preserve the line of david to get us to jesus. The kings of judah were a part of the family line of jesus in fact. If you read through the genealogy of jesus in the in the in the gospel of matthew you're going to see the lineage of david's descendants the kings of judah that are found in first and second kings in first and second chronicles. now listen. i'm not to be funny. When i say this and i've been saying it over the past few weeks christ isn't jesus's last name. This is so important. He isn't mr. Jesus christ christ is a title. It's the greek title for messiah. You know have you ever heard jesus is called the the messiah the messiah of israel. Well that term messiah in hebrew is shia the anointed one and that term connects to the moment when the king of israel is anointed with all over his head as a symbol of the work in guide into the holy spirit as the holy spirit's going to use him the king of israel to guide and lead the people of israel saul was anointed king. David was anointed. King solomon was anointed with oil at the spring. I love taking tours of people to to hesitates tunnel. Right there at the head of the spring. I like to scream into the tunnel that passage from i kings where it says long live king solomon because that was the moment and the place where he was anointed the king of israel the kings of israel you have to think of it like this they become the anointed representative of god on earth. And so we're in this series on the kings of israel and we took a break from our series last week to look at our our our most current issue of israel my glory but before that we studied the spiritual revivals that happened in judah under hesitate asya and how both of them used passover to draw their people back the people of judah back into a relationship with the lord. And if you didn't get a chance to listen to last week's program just be sure to go to f. I radio dot. Org if you're driving your car right now that's f. o. Eill radio dot. Org and there. You'll find last week message the week before that all of our messages can be found at foia radio dot org so with every message in this series. I've been drawing us back to deuteronomy chapter seventeen. Which is the lord's instruction for the kings from the law but just listen to what kings were supposed to do. This is what the lord wanted. The kings of israel to do from deuteronomy chapter seventeenth starting in verse. Sixteen it says this. Moreover a king must not accumulate horses for himself. Allow people to return to egypt to do so for the lord has said. You must never return that way. Furthermore he must not marry many wives less his affections. Turn aside must not accumulate much silver and gold when he sits on his royal throne. He must take a copy of this law on a scroll given to him by the priests. It must be with him constantly. he must read it as long as he lives. So that he may learn to revere the lord his god and observe all the words of this law and these statutes and carry them out then he will not exalt himself above. his fellow. citizens are turned from the commandments. To the right or to the left and he and his descendants will enjoy many years ruling over his kingdom in israel honestly the more i read this section of the law from deuteronomy chapter seventeen the more i see why jesus lived the way he lived. Why did jesus come humbly into the world. Why did jesus have a wife. Why didn't jesus accumulate wealth or build an army. I i really believed. Jesus took this law to heart. As the king of israel jesus didn't accumulate wives like solomon. There often used to form alliances with nations that god didn't want them to form alliances with jesus didn't form an army or rely on chariots and weapons to save him he trusted in the lord's protection. Jesus didn't accumulate wealth for himself. Just another way to distract from what the lord wants to do. And jesus himself like i said before. He's the great. I am the. Did you hear how kings were supposed to write out the letter of the law and read it regularly and look to it. Jesus created the law. He knew it better than anyone. And why we're the kings of israel required to write the law out. Did you hear it so that they would not exalt themselves above their fellow citizens. Jesus jesus everything for his people. He healed them. He fed them. He gave them site. He went to the cross and bore the wrath of god in their place. Jesus definitely didn't exalt himself over his fellow citizens in fact he lowered himself. You know the kings of israel and judah between the years one thousand and five eighty six. They excelled in some areas and they failed miserably others. No king was perfect. And for that reason there was always the tension. There was always the hope that one day god would bring a king from the line of david who would rule his people with justice and righteousness. And god brought that king in the of jesus christ okay but it's important to see how these things from the past did excel in areas and failed and others to today. We're going to actually look king. Manasseh whose reputation is remembered as an evil king and the amazing last minute moment of repentance and redemption manasseh was the son of the great king has a kaya who trusted and loved the lord. Steve khan over our executive producer and co host of the program shared with me. That has a kaya had manasseh. After has a kaya prayed and pleaded with god to spare his life so has a kaya was supposed to die but god healed them and four and during that time he fathered manasseh instead of spiritually guiding his people like his father did has a kaya. Manasseh judah in a different direction you know the truth is you can pour spiritually into your kids. You can show them your faith in christ you can lead them in in the faith you can bring them the church you can pray with them and serve with them but at some point the faith that you've poured into them has to become their own and when manasseh becomes king he abandoned sadly. He abandoned his father's faith and embrace the foreign gods of the nations that the lord of hord second chronicles chapter thirty three mentions the evil acts of manasseh. Just listened to them. They're horrible it says this. He did evil in the sight of the lord and committed the same horrible sins practice by the nation's whom the lord drove out ahead of the israelites. He built the high places that his father has. A kaya had destroyed and set up altars for l. and made a sheriff polls keep bowed down to all the stars in the sky. He built altars in the lord's temple. He put an idolatrous image that he had made in god's temple he passed his son's through the fire. He practiced divvy nation omen reading and sorcery. He set up a spiritual pit to conjure up the underworld spirits and appointed magicians to supervise it. Manasseh misled the people of judah and the residents of jerusalem to that they send more and more than all of the nations whom. The lord destroyed a head of the israelites. God punished manasseh. For his sin and leading people astray god entrusted the king of israel the king of judah to guide his people by the law that he gave to them and the people of judah work to look to the king like manasa to lead them and yet manasseh failed miserably and god actually tried to get a hold them in his life but manasa texas ignored the lord. God us another nation. An ancient gentile empire assyria to the east of judah to punish the wayward king. Think about it. God gave a over to the very culture and religion and idol worship. That he embraced..

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Washington, DC Schools announces virtual classes only on Monday, delaying in-person learning

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 9 months ago

Washington, DC Schools announces virtual classes only on Monday, delaying in-person learning

"Only today in Maryland and Randall County. Public schools are closed today and tomorrow classes and Carol Charles and Frederick counties are also canceled. Prince George's County schools have virtual learning with a two hour early dismissal today, and ST Mary's County public schools are on a two hour delay. Now the Virginia where many school systems have decided to cancel in person and virtual classes. Today, classes are canceled in Arlington. Culpepper Faulk here loud in Spotsylvania, Stafford, Prince William and Rapid, Handy County public schools as well as false church City, Manasseh City and Fredericksburg City schools. Fairfax County public schools in Alley. Zander YAH City public schools will hold virtual on Lea learning today and we can get the whole list of closings and delays. You can always find it at the w t o p dot com 5 23 here

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CelebrateMercy, with Tarek El-Messidi

Diffused Congruence: The American Muslim Experience

05:51 min | 10 months ago

CelebrateMercy, with Tarek El-Messidi

"I am. I am really psyched about this episode. Is i knew. I'd say that about everything but We have a guest on today of that is tarek on mri muslim american speaker activists social entrepreneur on you probably know him best from The celebrate mercy of project which he founded dark is. I'm just citing excited because it was really kind of like ven diagram if we were to compose a ven diagram of where i think a lot of guests that we've had on the show and a lot of People that we consider to be mentors influencers on us are the same people who have been on not only in celebrate mercy's programming but also You know have been mentors and thought leaders that i know therapists As as as also has has been has made an indelible impact on the work that arctic does and so Without really further ado dark. I mean i know. We'll get into a lot of Not only your own background at as well as of course celebrate mercies while we have you on mike. So i'll i'll keep the introduction short. Because i want to do true justice to you and the work you do so welcome to the show. Thank you for having me. It's an honor to be here in the mushroom you've had such great Thought leaders scholars activists. You know On this show so it's definitely an honor thank you yeah and You know and i you know we always get. We always start with an origin story. Dark and and i know i know eventually you'll get this particular point in your own story but where i think. Our paths crossed Was years and years ago. I wanna say oh. I'm terrible with dates. But it had to have been in the late nineties I mean you could probably place it better better because you were. I believe of msa president at the time. But i visited the university of tennessee. Knoxville For a weekend with lectures and and i think i was just one of the speakers that was Was in attendance. But i think that's probably the first time we met. I don't know if you remember that. I i i remember that trip. Very very fondly So in fact. What now i remember. It had to been like two thousand and two two thousand three two dozen three because on one of the partying presence that the msa gave was my wife. And i were expecting our first our eldest daughter and so we were pregnant. And i think i mentioned that and it was like this. Beautiful little The volunteers onesie I remember that ryan for right. Yeah it's a great little parting gift at the. Msa gave me in so it had to been yet. It does not was like Maybe the year. After i i was president of the year after i graduated undergrad. That was still there in knoxville. But i definitely remember when you visited. I definitely remember that although our paths. Have i think across over the years in fact it was a mutual friend. An old friend of yours but again going back to the knoxville. Msa days iran. Kodi she who i want to mention his name on on air as as putting it sort of in touch in together and Iran is a listener of this show. We're honored to have folks. Like ron listening. So dan high school together. Actually wow saturday at high school. So yeah i guess Like i said we like to dive into kind of an origin story so tell us about You know growing up in tennessee of all places. That's really where your origin story begins. Yeah this manasseh so My parents were both immigrants. From egypt's that's where the story begins. That coming over in the late seventies mom Not too much later after that and he came for grad school and just has been his state ever since from egypt. Civil engineer And we moved around quite a bit. I was born in houston. Actually i think you're early. You're from houston right. I am. I was born in texas. Although it's spent most of my young life in in any in houston and Omar also overlapped in houston for a little bit on and was born in new orleans so help another southern boy. I actually the only sibling not born in texas. That's liar yeah. I still have relatives there. Actually in we moved around a bit new mexico. Pennsylvania eventually settled in knoxville with my dad's work. You know moving moving around So since the second grade. I grew up in east tennessee Near the smoky mountains in knoxville tennessee. The third largest city and it was really then that we became active with the local muslim community. I remember you know. I vaguely remember them like bill building their first mosque from scratch. You know i i. It was like a rented home. And then i remember like in the early eighties mid eighties when they were building. That first mosque purpose built mosque and sunday. School was really like where. I began to learn about my faith. And that's where everything began. I think like where. I where i really became know growing up in like a ninety percent white very evangelical out bipolar belts City in tennessee. Although is you know it's it's a university city But you know where where. I grew up in west knoxville. You know the the baptist and and people are often trying to convert you who you know. Sometimes you know you classmates.

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"manasseh" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:22 min | 11 months ago

"manasseh" Discussed on KCRW

"Lives were altered through in 2017 choice. Manasseh was the senior captain of the basketball team at Savannah State. It's the oldest public hbcu in Georgia, a 64 guard. He was named to the All Conference second team, but his final season ended with the postseason ban because the team from several years earlier didn't hit. It's academic benchmarks. From a NASA. It meant no chance to shine in tournament play, just knowing that we could have done that No. One I could have had that opportunity. It was just a bummer for me over rubble without the extra visibility. Manasseh had the hunt for professional opportunities after he graduated. He eventually landed on lower division teams in Mongolia and Australia was outplayed us so far was the lowest of the low. And I definitely think I'm going to play that much high 11. Now 27 Manasseh has paused his basketball odyssey because of the pandemic. He's studying for the G, R E. And as of today, he's one of three named plaintiffs in the lawsuit against the NC, double A, He says he relished the nurturing environment and his hbcu. But having experienced the penalty of not measuring up academically, Manassas says the NC double a needs to measure more fairly. All schools are not created equal. So how you gonna hold every school to the same standard of every school don't have the means to live up to those standards. You know what I mean. The NC double A didn't respond to repeated requests for comment. But over the years, NC double officials have acknowledged numerous times. The academic rules and penalties hurt black athletes and HBC used disproportionately. Still, the rules continued. The lawsuit is asking for compensation for black college athletes whose teams have been penalized by the A. P P And for an end to the program and its penalties. Tom Goldman, NPR news This is NPR news. And.

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"manasseh" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

04:12 min | 11 months ago

"manasseh" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"manasseh" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

In Search of the New Compassionate Male

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"manasseh" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

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"manasseh" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

In Search of the New Compassionate Male

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"manasseh" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

"I can your shoe you can. I want to single out these for. Whatever we are doing in Malawi possibly in Africa. The challenges material. You might have a good coin. Sept I might have good ideas. But remains immune someone's idea. Oh, someone's motiur, or could you free? I have like what Sunday had less than three noise signed hot. Joe from giving you a quarter to donate for sanitary pads. Today I'm saying we have. Two thousand something. Sieve because of that, yes, Sanday Sandy and the. Sandy with the women and girls sector she. But at that word to all of her friends, and so forth, and they were able to bring that together that cotton together, and I know it was quite a problem. Difficulty took quite a while for it to get from the US over there. yes. You A lifetime whereby previously she sent me a mostly civic fifty seven. Fifty seven dollars if not sixty dollars. I'm telling you. It brought a lot of impact clowns. I'm. Fifty says we still setting guests. From there. Because, we put in phases, Viz, doing. Routine. Like, this is a team will record twenty five years, and this is another human. This is another. So! That brings a lot of bugsy. Whenever. We have some of the materials which can be held by see leading the books like for free, says I like the what you like to pay realized some. You don't know how we can prove my head. Who every time I need your story, I cut something it's like. There is another point you so. I know you might not know how much improving my might upward mobility Of Rhonda's to for me to go high and thinking what I have to do. So that starts. I'm sometimes. This does like Lucas I know global everything you.

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"manasseh" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

In Search of the New Compassionate Male

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"manasseh" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

"If you. Follow what I was. I started implementing. What Fooling Down Gazing Diploma School? We should assist him begins. I. Bit Of course we have known that. The will. Not Fair does do stay home seven days, and at least we are looking for the possibility to plant their right. I also look for those who dropped out school. To take them fifty, seven of them I still have released one hundred fifteen years, but I cannot manage because. We don't have fun. I have to wake I have two big people then baby teaches. Then where braving to is that? In many cases. Does, not give him a chance to study computer. In Malawi. IMMENENT infusion even if you're good to higher education. To See Gilles studying computer. Yes So. What happens if you to have a good way like this? Enjoy this see. We need to someone who have noted. You see the challenge. Right so. There is another challenge there. In a sense that, even if the situation, because he doesn't know how to operate the computer, she's not qualified to get a good job. So my is looking for that. To meet with policymakers, that's why I was talking big to pay less time to say I need to have a confession, a man become. The man. The young men's. League. So start bringing these issues there. I'm the people should understand that we need. To give an highs. Paternity whatever I went to do. It. Women can also do that and Necessa-. We take. He dies in mice now. You See. Island member I shared. This was your friends around. Who See if you have like? Computer district. Please send us here because we can Likud's theta sprayer. We tied to liberalism studied computer. START TO EQUALIZE THE COMPUTATION NEWSMEN You see so. That's the way we. Last that I'm still looking for the chance of comes. Like men come. To Minto people about these. Sorts to incorporate women. In different areas for example. When they would we have a very big meeting in the church. In Malawi. Normally we ask you. We meant to be in the kitchen phone for the men who are discussing..

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"manasseh" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

In Search of the New Compassionate Male

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"manasseh" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

"Hello, this is clay. Boykin and I am in search of the new Compassionate Mail. Yesterday my producer Dennis. Start on and I had the opportunity to visit with Jeffrey Mann say. Is from allowing and works with the United. Religions initiative and Charter for compassion. Jeffries, a fascinating person. Here's that conversation. Hello World, it's me, Dennis and I am the producer of in search of a new compassionate mail. I'm here with our founder Klay Boykin Good Morning Clay, would you say hello to us? Please sure hi Dennis. We are really fortunate to have. Jeffrey Manasseh from Malawi with US Today Geoffrey you and I met. Gosh. Through the Charter for compassion, and we'll get into that conversation so but I'd like to welcome you Jeffrey thanks. So glad to have you here, so please tell us in while we're doing in. Search of the Compassionate, mail, so we're we want to. We're talking with you in Africa today. Can you talk a little about the gender? Divide and the healings of that are happening just from a high level of what you're doing and what's yours to do? bet is happening right now. Give us a small story that can can help lead us into this conversation. Cray or me? as you say. My name is Jennifer, Manasseh Coming from Malawi Malawi is southern part of Africa. A I want you bless the people who can help us to know me more than No. Malawi, they we do have like two pillars. Many people noise about us. Fill is how to. Allow easier. Forgot whereby we do have different colors. Redo, leave your visa, fool and the. We are very good people in communicating. Sickle thing is villa ship after ship now we almost police country in the world's. Poorest store. Yes, so these are two identical which we learn from. So we have to know about that, yes. Yes, From there. I want to share something which we are. Doing in Malawi. since I bone in typical village..

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"manasseh" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"manasseh" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Wow As we continue reading versus ten or fifteen are God proclaiming his judgment on Manasseh. including. More God says I will wipe out Jerusalem as one wipes dish wiping it and turning it upside down. WHOA that's, bad. Now listen versus sixteen and Seventeen, and then you'll see where I'm going. Moreover Manasseh also shed so much innocent blood that he filled Jerusalem from end to end. Besides the sin that he had caused Judah to commit so that they did evil in the eyes of the Lord. As for all the other events of Manassas rain, and all he did including the sins he committed here. We go ready. Are They not written in the book of the Annals of the Kings of Judah? Non Stop there just as an ass arrested with his father's CETERA. And his son Amnon succeeded him. Well. How can we think about this today? Well we might ask. How would you feel if every evil d. you did was written down and preserved in a book. I mean think about this. You know over two thousand years later. We're reading just how bad of a Dude Manasseh was. He was a wicked king. How would you feel if every evil deed you did was written down and preserved in a book. And then two thousand years later, people were reading about thousand plus years later I should say people reading about it. You know when my wife and I see something regrettable. Now preserved on social media. We think Oh, I am so glad I lived before stuff posted on the Internet. True. I can't imagine the dumb things. I said and did especially before I became a Christian that I would never want on the Internet and I'm just talking about the dumb stuff, not even the wicked evil stuff. Of My own heart. In Psalm Ninety Verse Eight. It says you have set our iniquities before you our secret sins in the light of your presence. In Psalm one thirty nine..

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Dozens killed in riots in Brazilian prisons plagued by drug gangs

Morning Edition

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Dozens killed in riots in Brazilian prisons plagued by drug gangs

"Officials in Brazil say, dozens of inmates have been killed in prison violence since Sunday. Catherine Osborne reports in the city of Manasseh four different prisons reported killings of inmates. Officials say gang conflict was the cause the state of Emma's include some of Brazil's, most overcrowded jails, which also saw deadly riots in early twenty seventeen. The federal government is sending a task force to help control the violence. The number of dead is close to

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"manasseh" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"manasseh" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"When Paul Manasseh one of the legendary which relation people brought a so many people up that was when gosh, I think will working here. Yeah. Sleep always in charge chair of the sports information department heard was part of that tree. And and and became very much a part of the athlete department at LSU before going to the SEC office. I think when I say this to you, you'll agree with me. Is there a school in the southeastern conference that has fallen as much disfavor within the conference as LSU in the last handful of years, and there's you know, a lot of it is known Tim rod of it is not known because there are things that we could bring out that are just it's they're doing basing everyone. Absolutely. Well, without in mind who better to heal those wounds than someone from within the SEC office and would not the southeastern conference office be happy to know. They're absolutely in charge at LSU. Right. So to me he would be now he's never been an athletic director before and. I think that's one of the things home comes into play when jobs like these pop up. And that's where would has. I think the inside track has would a guy like Radic Ovid. There's been some talk about Nunez who's inside this. But you knows is much more part of the Aleve a- family, which I don't I don't believe I think that'll be a radical some within the I think the the the the athletic department there that are that are under a lever right now have a chance of of Stang there. Well, liked I think the guy like verge ause varies really well there and has done a great deal. And of course, was a former player LSU, but I think making a move towards someone younger someone who has ties with the school, particularly someone like Woodward makes a lot of sense if not him to me the next best option for them would be hurt vincit. Wow. That is really a fascinating report. Many many. Thanks him. We we pay great attention. Into what you say about everything. But when you talk about Louisiana, we we listened even closer. Thank you so much for sharing the information. Thanks for tipping us off last night. So we could be somewhat prepared today. And we hope you're around the golf was good today. I did. Okay. Thanks, paul. Good to be with you. Thank you, Tim Brando who works very hard works pretty much every day of the week for most of the year..

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"manasseh" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"manasseh" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Them berry. Mutt? Here you go, okay. Carolyn Manasseh in Pennsylvania. Hey, carol. What's on your mind? Hi, what's on my mind is just speech is going to make tonight. I find it just appalling that the networks have now become complicit in his madness as congress they have been from the gecko they have been from the time that he declared his candidacy he got two billion dollars worth of free television time during the primaries and the general election. Yeah, it's about rating not ratings. Yup. And he's a reality TV star. And he's going to go on TV tonight. And they're like, oh, sure. We'll take the Trump show. Absolutely. I mean, I am really really frightened of this man at this point. Did you happen to read the New York Times article by David Leonhardt? Yes. I did about all the reasons why he should be impeached right now. Yes. Day or supporting a dangerous man dangerous ideas who is about to heap chaos upon chaos with this speech tonight because that's what he thrives on. And I honestly believe it's his way of just grabbing the narratives to get his way. And I don't think he's going to open the government. I don't think. So I think he's just going to keep it more chaotic than more chaotic the better he likes it. I think he's going to open the government because he has if he can if he can declare a state of emergency declared that he's not going to have the army build the wall, and then say, and therefore I will reopen the government all the FOX viewers are gonna go. Wow, he won. And now, we get our paychecks back. And now, we don't have to worry about our food stamps vanishing next week. And so we're happy we like him. And then immediately goes into the courts and nothing happens. But that's fine. You know, that won't be reported on Fox News. And and Trump or to the extent that it is Trump will be able to say. Well, now, you've got the courts fighting me. So he gets to be a martyr all over again. Well, the problem is that I would not allow a madman to declare a national emergency with all the powers that go with that. Even if he could do it, which he can't. But I think he will try. Well, he actually he can Carol. There's there's there are very few restrictions on the president's ability to declare a national emergency was declared. But the courts will come in. Well, that's my point. He wants the courts, it was just like the Muslim ban. Right. The Muslim Barbie lost.

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Commander, Bomber Aviation Regiment and Taiwan discussed on

01:07 min | 3 years ago

Commander, Bomber Aviation Regiment and Taiwan discussed on

"Site chinese air force has handed long range bombers for the first time landed them on manmade reefs in the south china sea santa manasseh long you saw commander the bomb bomber aviation regiment says no longer difficult thing to take off or land on the islands on the reefs they're not capable he says of launching long range attacks at anytime taiwan's health minister saying the island is very angry over not being invited the world health organization assembly in geneva change we hong saying it should be not be excluded because of tensions with china knows no borders or politics is crude in taiwan oh creates a potentially fatal leak in the system live so gullible citizens says time to recognize taiwan's role in the world china considers taiwan part of china is a whole global news twenty four hours a day on and a tick tock twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg brian thank you very much just about thirty nine minutes past.

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President, South Korea and Alec Alec Manasseh discussed on The Savage Nation

The Savage Nation

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

President, South Korea and Alec Alec Manasseh discussed on The Savage Nation

"And the terms of the nuclear deal we must ensure that this murderous regime does not even get close to a nuclear weapon and that ran ends its proliferation of dangerous missiles and its support for terrorism the president and miracle also talking about the historic summit between north and south korea's leaders merckel calling it a first step that could lead to peace police in toronto identifying the victims of the deadly van attack eight females and two males there were two foreign nationals homicide inspector brian bought says the ages of the victims ranged from twenty two to ninety four two more people were hurt in the attack suspect alec alec manasseh facing ten counts of murder and sixteen counts of attempted murder fox news.

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MANDEL: This is terror of a different kind

The Dan Patrick Show

01:01 min | 3 years ago

MANDEL: This is terror of a different kind

"Suspect in the toronto van attack that killed ten people may have filled anger against women police say twenty five year old alec manasseh posted a cryptic facebook message just before the incident that suggested he was part of an online community angry that they were unable to form relationships with women he's charged with ten counts of first degree murder those known as dreamers win one president trump loses one in federal court jackie quinn reports from washington that the trump administration has been ordered to resume the program that shield hundreds of thousands of immigrants from deportation district court judge john bates says president trump's department of homeland security determined that the daca program was unlawful but that decision was virtually unexplained so he's giving the department ninety days and says if there isn't a better explanation then homeland security will have to process new as well as renewal daca applications this is a.

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Iran's President Warns Trump To Stay In Nuclear Deal

24 Hour News

02:19 min | 3 years ago

Iran's President Warns Trump To Stay In Nuclear Deal

"Match limited by state law the man accused of plowing van into a sidewalk in toronto has been charged with ten counts of first degree murder and thirteen counts of attempted murder alex manasseh and appeared briefly in court tuesday canadian prime minister justin trudeau says at this time the investigation's not focusing on a terror motive at this time we have no reason to suspect that there is any national security element to this attack but obviously the investigations continue trudeau's offered his condolences to the victims families he says the events that took place monday were a senseless attack and horrific tragedy but he says canadians won't show fear in the face of such violence we need to continue to reflect on the changing situations in which we're in but we do everything we can to keep canadians safe but we cannot as canadians choose to live in fear every single day as we go about our daily business police in toronto's either piecing together witness accounts and surveillance video as they search for a motive for the ap i'm jennifer o'neill with rivet selfies taken by a curious monkey belong to the photographer not the monkey an appeals court has ruled us copyright law doesn't allow lawsuits with claims that animals have copyrights to photographs the judges said the decision by the ninth us circuit court of appeals upheld a lower court ruling in favor of david slater the photographer who's camera was used to take the photos the monkey snapped the photos in two thousand eleven after he found slater's camera the people for the ethical treatment of animals sued on behalf of the monkey in two thousand fifteen iran's presidents issued another warning about the nuclear deal ap correspondent charles de la desma says this comes as high level talks are held in washington husayn ruini whose repeated his warning against an american put out from the landmark nuclear deal between iran and will powers as meetings between president donald trump and france's emmanuel macron get underway in washington he's told supporters in iran if someone wants to betray on nation and the deal grave consequences will affect them i think that these domination nation will strongly resist any plots by those who sit in the white house i'm charleston with asthma.

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