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Fresh update on "metro" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "metro" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Last week, the Supreme Court expanded gun rights striking down a New York gun law. Now some local residents want their rights expanded to public transportation. The plaintiffs include three D.C. residents in one Virginia resident. They say they are regular public transportation writers who have concealed pistol Carrie licenses issued by the D.C. police and Carrie guns on a regular basis for protection in the district. The lawsuit argues that while metro has its own police force, many of the trains and buses lack any police presence, and there is not a tradition or history of prohibitions of curing firearms on public transportation vehicles. They are suing D.C. for the right to carry those guns on metro rail and metro buses. The Supreme Court said in its recent opinion that jurisdictions would still be able to ban concealed carry and sensitive places like government buildings. The lawsuit argues that metro is not a sensitive place. Valerie bonk WTO. The D.C. attorney general's office tells WTO, it will not comment on this specific lawsuit, but will continue to defend the city's gun regulations to keep residents safe. In New York lawmakers are considering a bill that would require handgun license applicants to turn over a list of their social media accounts, so officials in the state can verify their character and conduct that provision as part of a proposed redesign of the state's firearm

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Fresh "Metro" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh "Metro" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"8. Get a precision AC tune up for only $69. Michael and son. Let's throw the spotlight on traffic and weather and we begin with Dave dildine. All right, at the bay bridge, eastbound traffic is now slow, but it's not because of higher volumes. It's been moving well toward the eastern shore, but now we've got a crash beyond sandy point at the crossover for the reversible lane. And that crossover is blocked, which means eastbound drivers are limited to two lanes on the eastbound span as they work on the crash cars. No impact on westbound traffic, westbound, still moving well toward Annapolis and the beltway. And on the beltway, rush hour is almost over still a little congested near landover and Bethesda on the outer loop. Inter loop virtually no delay coming out of Virginia now toward two 70. Most folks have gotten to where they need to go or at least gotten out of the D.C. metro area for the long weekend. Two 70 north, brief delays, 70 westbound still heavy and Frederick and over south mountain. Southbound on two 70 slow past 80 urbana, the crash along the far right side, and then heavy end of the work zone, heading for three 70 and three lanes to the left. In Virginia, 66 near the metro area is just fine. At the western end of 66, the last getaway travelers heading out of front royal and connecting with I 81. I 95, it'll take a while longer still congested southbound through woodbridge and through much of Stafford county, northbound, audit off the brakes through Fredericksburg. And Quantico, in the district on I two 95, northbound between Malcolm X avenue and suitland Parkway towing a crash off the right side. Southbound traffic heavy through northeast and inbound traffic on three 95 is slow across the 14th street bridge. Traffic. And we have a new severe thunderstorm warning to tell you about Mike Jennifer's standing by storm team four with all the latest details. See a new severe thunderstorm warning for southwestern loudoun county in north central

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Fresh "Metro" from All Things Considered

All Things Considered

01:35 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh "Metro" from All Things Considered

"NPR news, this is all things considered. I'm wanna summers. And I'm Ari Shapiro. As summer officially arrived last week, a heat wave broke records all over the U.S.. This is more than just uncomfortable. In the U.S., heat kills more people than any other type of extreme weather. Portland, Oregon, knows that well. Last year, almost 70 people in the Portland metro area died in a June heat wave. These were people who were found alone with no fan, no air conditioning, many of them older with underlying conditions. That's doctor Jennifer vines, who I spoke with a year ago as temperatures hit a 110° in Portland. She helped oversee the response to that disaster as the Portland metro areas lead health officer, and we called her up again to hear the lessons learned for this season. So this is just the beginning of the summer and already temperatures are breaking records across the country. What are you in Portland doing right now to prepare for the next three months? We're mobilizing right now the most important part of any heat response, which is communication. And so putting in really structured outreach, making sure people know that the forecast is coming, make sure that they have options for what to do to stay cool and to stay well. Like what, what's your message to them? Right, so our message is making sure people are paying attention to forecasted hot weather and that they have a plan for how they're going to stay cool, whether that's teaming up with family members, Friends, common rooms, and apartment buildings that they know where they can go to give their bodies a break from the heat. One consequence of climate change is that extreme heat is arriving in places that historically have not experienced it. I mean, when I grew up in Portland summers were temperate and only about a third of homes in the city have air conditioning. So as you look across the country at this growing trend, do you have a specific advice for communities that have not dealt with extreme heat in the past? Yeah, I think what I would say to those communities is assume that it can happen, assume that it will happen. And again, the foundation is really around communication. So alerting your constituents to

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Fresh update on "metro" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:01 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "metro" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Back in custody now, but one of the 16 year old suspects involved in yesterday's early morning police chase on the beltway in the Bethesda area was released from a Montgomery county jail by mistake. Montgomery county's director of correction and rehabilitation Angela tally explained in a statement that the 16 year old suspect arrested for robbery and attempted murder on Thursday had been ordered held without bond, but was released by mistake at about three 45 in the afternoon. Tally's statement doesn't say when the error was discovered, but that by 1143 on arrest warrant had been issued, the teen was taken into custody in D.C. about 1 a.m. Friday morning. Tally said in her statement a full internal investigation will be done by her department, the suspect was one of three teens who led police on a chase that included shots fired at the police and that closed the beltway for more than an hour on Thursday. Kate Ryan, WTO news. Last week, the Supreme Court expanded the right to carry firearms in public, and this week for local gun owners sued the district for the right to carry them on public transportation. Some local metro writers want to be able to carry guns on trains and buses. The plaintiff's three D.C. residents and one Virginia resident are suing the district and are described as regular public transportation writers who have concealed Carrie pistol license issued by the D.C. police, and to regularly carry them for protection in the district. In the Supreme Court decision expanding gun rights, the opinion stated that jurisdictions would still be able to ban concealed carry and sensitive places, like government buildings. The plaintiffs argue in the lawsuit that there is no basis to label metro as a sensitive area. Valerie bonk to be a TOP news. By the way, we've reached out to D.C.

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British Prosecutors Charge Kevin Spacey

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:16 min | Last month

British Prosecutors Charge Kevin Spacey

"Because it seems British prosecutors have charged Kevin Spacey with four counts of sexual assault against three men. That was an announcement that came as a Spacey was in court in New York testifying in a different case. So The Crown prosecution service said that Kevin Spacey has also been charged with causing a person to engage in penetrative sexual activity without consent. I love how the word penetrated is in there. So there's absolutely no guesswork needed with what went on. What went on is what always goes on in Kevin Spacey cases. Now these alleged incidents took place in London between March 2005 and August 2008. And one in western England in April of 2013 and the alleged victims in all mid 30s and 40s rosemary ainsley, who was the head of the services special crime division, she said the charges followed a review of evidence gathered by London's metro police

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Rashida Tlaib via Pro-Hamas Newspaper: Attack Israel

Mark Levin

01:27 min | Last month

Rashida Tlaib via Pro-Hamas Newspaper: Attack Israel

"Within days representative Rashida Tlaib and this hasn't gotten any attention except again from the free Beacon She spoke at a rally this month Reports chuck Ross and Adam credo With a pro Hamas newspaper publisher who urged Palestinians to attack Israel In other words the Jews That's what they mean Now this is 2022 2022 and this is spreading ladies and gentlemen This is stuff is spreading The culture rot is spreading Talib shared the stage with Osama The publisher the Dearborn based Arab American news At the second annual metro Detroit march for Jerusalem Palestine on May 15 Whose newspaper co sponsored the event urged Arabs and Michigan and elsewhere to quote fight within their means Against Israel whether it be with stones or guns or their hands

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How the Heck Did Chris Stigall Lose 90 Pounds?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:40 min | Last month

How the Heck Did Chris Stigall Lose 90 Pounds?

"Let's reach out to the man that keeps Philadelphia seen every single morning. A.m. 9 90s, the answer we call him crystal, but I'm not sure he is because I see this svelte individual is fit individual. He doesn't have the COVID extra 30 pounds. Is that really Chris? Brother, it is. It's me 90 less these days. I've got it. I'm trying to show off. I'm trying to strutting around the world. I went to a awards ceremony last night and people said, you look good. Yeah, 26 pounds. That's how good I look. And then you say yes. A small man on you like I was. I mean, I was a husky fella, you know that. You had, you know, you got what, a couple of pounds to lose. And you look great. I was, I was getting into that sort of, I don't know. You could have had a guy wires attached to me and entered me in as afloat in the Macy's day parade. I was getting that size. All right, before we talk about disgusting things like politics, let's share our happiness at what we've both done. I'm the amateur, you're the pro. I did this with amazing woman doctor Ashley Lucas at PhD weight loss and nutrition. My wife and I, 5 weeks, 26 pounds for me, 18 for her with super happy guys if you're interested, I'll give you the details later. How the hell did you lose 90 pounds, dude? I mean, I could plug him if you want me to. Yes, he's also a waiter. That's true. All right. His next doctor Rick tagg, TA GUE, doctor Rick tag at a place called the center for nutrition. And my old stomping grounds and my kind of original hometown of the Kansas City metro area. Doctor tig is spectacular. He put me on a weight loss program and I dropped 90 pounds from January to October of last

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Who Is Sgt. John Mattingly?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:34 min | 2 months ago

Who Is Sgt. John Mattingly?

"Show. John Mattingly, sergeant Matthew, welcome to America first. Mister gorkum, I'm excited to be here today. Call me Sebastian, please. All right, let's start with who you are. Let's talk about your record, how many years you've been in the police force who you served with in the various duty posts that you filled. Please just give us a little biographic summary if you would. Sure. So I served for 21 years all in the same department, Louisville metro police department. I started back in 2000. I did 5 years on late watch, which is a midnight to 8 a.m. shift. After that, I went to what's called a flex unit, and it's a small narcotic style unit within each division. And I did that for four, four and a half years. In 2009, I was promoted to sergeant, where I went back to late watch for about a year. My body was screaming at me at that point. You get too old. Let's do something else. I had ten years on the department at this time. So I went to our division detective unit and was able to do that for about a year and a half, but the whole going into work every day and suit and tie and doing a lot of paperwork just wasn't my style on the police department. I like the hands on staying busy type stuff. So then went back to what's called our viper unit in 2012. And that was a violent crime unit we started because our increase in homicides and robberies had gone through the roof and so we went after the worst of the worst and I did that until late 2015, early 2016. That's when I went to our major narcotics unit. I've been up there until 2020 and March 13th when this incident took place and the rest is history.

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Lila Rose: No Autopsy Conducted in Alleged D.C. Infanticide Case

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 2 months ago

Lila Rose: No Autopsy Conducted in Alleged D.C. Infanticide Case

"Now these are very serious allegations coming out of this Washington D.C. case Where do we stand now is the D.C. mayor or the authorities going to look into this over there Is metro looking into it What's going on with that case What happened Just the contours of it as it stands now Sure So here's the breakdown over two weeks ago pro life activists were given two boxes of medical waste They said medical waste on them that they were actually boxes of the babies that were killed by abortion outside of the abortion of cesare saint Angeles clinic in D.C. So this whistleblower gave them these boxes live action we sent in my private organization sent in our field where we documented the findings there were images of we've got images of children that were nearly full term by babies in particular looked like they had been maybe even born alive one child looked like she had been the victim of partial birth abortion which is illegal a little beautiful baby girl whose neck had been cut and brain removed Really the most gory heartbreaking findings that you could imagine I mean it's like coming across a murder scene truly And so with this documentation the reached out to the D.C. homicide unit saying listen we have the bodies of children that may have been born alive and then killed we don't know what actually happened that you need to investigate Please hear the bodies and arrange for the bodies to be given over to D.C. police Well the D.C. police homicide unit shows up They take the bodies into their possession and then they say down two days later they say we're not going to be investigating These were abortions and it's legal in D.C. but then they admit that they didn't do an autopsy So there apparently has been no medical examination of these children's bodies no proper examination And yet they're claiming the abortions were done legally whether they were illegal or legal it's still I believe murder It's horrific I mean the children are savagely

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Biden Can't Deliver Positive Message Because Things Keep Getting Worse

The Dan Bongino Show

01:08 min | 3 months ago

Biden Can't Deliver Positive Message Because Things Keep Getting Worse

"Is why you want to know why this guy is suffering Biden and the Democrat parties getting crushed right now It's fairly obvious Here here's a New York Times report of all places He's left wing left wing outlet over there right Wage increases are not keeping up with inflation You don't need to be a math major to figure this out Wages rose 5% over the past year while inflation increased by 7.9 Okay Rents and metro areas jumped by 15% gas prices soared by 40% So let's just do a very simple calculation here It's not complicated Your wages went up 5% Yet gas jumped by 40 Gas is a big expense in your life Are you better or worse off Not a trick question You don't need the jeopardy sound around that one Your wages go up 5% Your rent goes up 15% Are you better or worse Not a trick question You wages rise by 5% Inflation increases general prices in the economy by 8% You better or worse The answer is obvious That's the problem this guy has He can't message the fact that things are getting better because they're getting worse That's why that's why

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Russians besiege crucial Ukrainian energy hub and seacoast

AP News Radio

01:29 min | 4 months ago

Russians besiege crucial Ukrainian energy hub and seacoast

"As Russia presses its offensive into Ukraine residents who haven't flatter seeking shelter from the bombing well relatives overseas are struggling if they try to maintain contact I'm Ben Thomas the look at how they're coping you can never go club lives with their seven year old son a lot of merit in Long Beach California but her head is in Ukraine with family and friends asking them every day texting how do you guys think you mean the world hello relatives are sheltering from the Russian strike somebody on the ground in shelters in just minutes metro on the ground the connections are sporadic and that takes a toll and then my cousin doesn't answer and I tried to stay Carl it's painful to be was such a big fear about their life earlier this week on a heard of the death of a friend's son what can we say you know we feel even some she speaks of a sense of guilt I don't know how to explain it some shame like you're safe here we have saved here in US but it's not easy and it what your mind can just explore you and I commissioner for human rights says at least two hundred and twenty seven civilians have been killed thirty Crimean officials put the toll at more than two thousand with N. one million Ukrainians have fled the country I'm Ben Thomas

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Sheriff Addresses the Homeless Crisis in Los Angeles County

The Larry Elder Show

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

Sheriff Addresses the Homeless Crisis in Los Angeles County

"Can we get back to sheriff via nueva? Who was talking about the problem of homelessness and crime? No, these are the architects of failure right here. I think you know who this gentleman is. I think you know all these people are, I think, you know, well, these people are. Because not only are they in charge of the city government and county government, they're also in charge, LA homeless service authority. They're also on the board of directors of metro. Now who calls out city leaders like this because of their failed policies on crime and homelessness. The LA county sheriff aleph in the waiver just did in his presentation. It's amazing. And they're the ones who decided that we don't want to have law enforcement be involved. Well, based on what we've seen so far, they're doing a whiz bang job on their own by not letting law enforcement be involved.

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Brandon Straka: Peaceful March to the Capitol on Jan. 6 Was Actually Called 'March to Save America'

Mark Levin

01:46 min | 5 months ago

Brandon Straka: Peaceful March to the Capitol on Jan. 6 Was Actually Called 'March to Save America'

"We sat there with a great day at the ellipse listening to the president speak and then he told everyone as was always planned to march peacefully to the capitol The event was despite what the media has reported The event was not called stop this deal The event was called march to save America And so there was always supposed to be a march to the capital followed by an event with dozens of speakers So I was one of the last people to be able to leave the ellipse because I had such a great seat And one of the downfalls I guess of being in the front row is that you're the last person out So I was one of the last people to leave the ellipse and I jumped on the D.C. metro and I headed toward the capitol to do my speaking engagement When the train was approaching the station near the capitol I started getting text messages from friends and people I know who were at home watching on television And they were saying things like people are going inside the capital The capital has been breached I had no idea what this meant But the first thing that I thought of was honestly the number of times that left wing activists like Alyssa Milano and a number of other left wing activists have gone inside of buildings pounded on senator stores shouted during events And I thought to myself wow something really interesting seems to be happening today possibly with the conservative movement something unlike I've ever seen I've never seen Republicans or Trump supporters do anything like that So I didn't know whether to really believe it or not But I thought to myself one of two things is true here either that's not happening and my scheduled and I'm going to go speak as plans or something very unique and interesting is happening at the capital and I want to be there to document it and

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Julie Kelly Previews New Book 'January 6'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:18 min | 5 months ago

Julie Kelly Previews New Book 'January 6'

"So let's get the title of the book You can get it wherever you purchase your books It's called January 6th how the Democrats use the capital protests to launch a war on terror on the political right That pretty much sums it up Julie Tell us about the book and does this emulate the rahm Emanuel I'll never let a crisis go to waste strategy by the left Well I'll take it a step further It is how to create a crisis to then take advantage of it over your political opponents And what I suggest in my book Dan is that most of what we saw on January 6th was an insight operation that Nancy Pelosi and muriel Bowser left the capitol intentionally unsecure that day that there were FBI informants and agents months before January 6th with infiltrated some of these alleged militia groups And that capitol police let protesters into the building on several occasions and a lot of the confrontations we saw between protesters and police were actually initiated by D.C. metro and capitol police So a lot of people what we saw that day doesn't match up to the reality of what happened behind the scenes both before and on January

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India Ascends While America Descends

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:05 min | 5 months ago

India Ascends While America Descends

"But sometimes it's good to step back a little bit and try to get the larger picture, the sort of 10,000 foot view, if you will. And I'm watching a very interesting skirmish playing out on social media that raises this kind of a larger issue. So you got a guy who is called the last contrarian on Twitter and he's been posting photos of India versus the United States. Obviously, catches my interest to someone who came from India to America in the late 1970s. And this guy makes the point, he goes, listen, most westerners think of India as a kind of backward slumdog millionaire begging bowl of the world type of country. But he goes, you don't realize what India looks like now. And he posts all these pictures of how clean the airports are, how efficient and modern, the trains look, the huge skyscrapers that make even New York to some degree start looking a little bit old and run down and he then makes the point which is that India is an ascending society, and he says it's part of the ascending world, whereas America is part of the descending world. And he's implies that western as our kind of in denial that they are in the downward slope. Now, a couple of Indians weigh in on this and kind of reinforce what he's saying. And one guy says that if you compare the Indian city of kanpur, it launched a new metro rail system, which had built in two years. And he says contrast this with San Francisco, which has spent $300 million and literally decades to build a metro system and it's still not finished. So the efficiency is the point here and then this Indian guy biological srinivasan makes the point he says, you know, if you told me, even 20 years ago, that Indian cities would look better than American cities or live better. You'd be you can actually have a more livable life

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Snow storms and pandemic ground flights, delay holiday's end

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 6 months ago

Snow storms and pandemic ground flights, delay holiday's end

"I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker the the severe severe weather weather is is dealing dealing a a blow blow to to airlines airlines and and travelers travelers already already hit hit by by covert covert related related staffing staffing issues issues storms storms in in the the Deep Deep South South moving moving up up the the east east coast coast this this morning morning forecast forecast to to deliver deliver two two to to ten ten inches inches of of snow snow from from Virginia Virginia to to Massachusetts Massachusetts says says meteorologist meteorologist David David Roth Roth with with the the metro metro DC DC area area hit hit the the hardest hardest who who who who who who our our over over the the weekend weekend snow snow in in the the Midwest Midwest piled piled on on to to covert covert related related staff staff shortages shortages forcing forcing more more than than fifty fifty four four hundred hundred U. U. S. S. flight flight cancellations cancellations according according to to flight flight aware aware already already this this morning morning there there were were more more than than seventeen seventeen hundred hundred making making air air travel travel right right now now an an exercise exercise in in frustration frustration and and travel travel industry industry analyst analyst Henry Henry Harteveldt Harteveldt says says no no one one knows knows how how long long it it will will take take airlines airlines to to recover recover because because it's it's a a function function of of the the virus virus I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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Shooting spree leaves five dead, including suspect, in Denver area

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

Shooting spree leaves five dead, including suspect, in Denver area

"A a shooting shooting spree spree in in and and around around Denver Denver leaves leaves five five people people dead dead including including the the gunman gunman and and an an officer officer wounded wounded according according to to police police the the rampage rampage happened happened Monday Monday police police say say it it began began in in Denver Denver where where the the gunmen gunmen killed killed three three and and wounded wounded one one before before you you went went to to the the suburb suburb of of Blake Blake wood wood where where he he killed killed another another person person and and wounded wounded two two others others including including an an officer officer Denver Denver police police department department chief chief Paul Paul pays pays and and we we believe believe that that this this individual individual was was responsible responsible for for this this very very violent violent series series of of events events that that took took place place in in the the Denver Denver metro metro area area Hazen Hazen says says they're they're investigating investigating a a motive motive Lakewood Lakewood police police department department spokesman spokesman John John Romero Romero says says having having one one of of their their own own shot shot is is hard hard to to handle handle it's it's a a tough tough day day for for

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How Kayleigh McEnany Handled Rejection Along Her Journey

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:40 min | 6 months ago

How Kayleigh McEnany Handled Rejection Along Her Journey

"And I feel like your career path in general has been divine. I feel like God has really guided your steps throughout everything. And for me, I hear a lot of young men and women when I was living in New York City, especially saying they wanted their dream would be to be on Fox or their dream would be to be on the news. And as you know, this industry, the news industry can be ruthless. Hollywood industry in general can be ruthless. But when you were going through this career path and you before you got to Fox and before you got to be where you are today, how would you handle rejection when you were going through the motions of I'm almost there? I'm almost there. Yeah, it's important, you know, I had a million shut doors in my face. You're right. These industries can be brutal, the swamp is no exception. If you think media is intense, just mosey on over to the swamp and see what politics is like. It's honestly eye opening. You know, I would watch that there's some film I'm blinking on it right now. The one with Kevin Spacey in it. Oh gosh. Do you remember? It said series. I'm like, how's it going? Oh, House of Cards. Yes. While no one has so savage, right? Well, no one's pushed in a metro and they go far in that show. I will say. It is pretty brutal. It's competitive. People, you know, I'm someone who, with the press, I would never leak for personal purposes or for any purposes. I wasn't a leaker. You provide information on background to help support the president and the administration that separate from leaking maliciously and unauthorized fashion, but that happens all the time. So from that to shut doors along the pathway, you have to be confident and know that God's leading the way and it's not always

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Kyle Rittenhouse’s Classmates Don’t Want Him on Campus

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:23 min | 7 months ago

Kyle Rittenhouse’s Classmates Don’t Want Him on Campus

"You got to remember, Wendy started that fundraiser. She had $0. We had to re zeros. I want to also the audience to know the financial status of the rittenhouse family. You dropped out of school to support your mom, is that correct? I did. I was working three jobs. I was working at the YMCA rec plex and I was doing some landscaping gigs off the side. So that's the net worth of the rittenhouse family. And then and I'm not saying that diminishingly on this offering context that then the only opportunity you had to get out of jail and get counsel was external support and no one really knew where the money went. It went to John pierce and to linds ego. The Kyle, I'm just sensing this and you could correct me if I'm wrong, you're calm cool and collected until this topic. It just two things in this world pissed me off the most when lunchbox says I'm not a student at ASU. And when linwood likes to go off and say that I'm being handled. So more there you can listen, of course, on the Charlie Kirk show podcast and we'll be dropping it here and we're honored to have an exclusive conversation with him. One of the stories that's been popping up is Arizona state university. Many of the students at Arizona state university will be playing more clips throughout the hour with Kyle rittenhouse, and we're going to get into so much more news as well. But the students at Arizona state university metro date that ASU they have come out and maybe they want to be sued. Maybe they want to be thrown for libel. They say we have been contacted by many media organizations asking for different statements regarding our protest against Kyle rittenhouse. Here's our position. We will not stand for a white supremacist killer on our campus. Really, white supremacist. What evidence do you have of that? Who is basically Kyle's best friend? I'd love for metra day ASU to tell me that. In our view, the rittenhouse shooting is an analogous to the Greensboro massacre. Where 5 antiracist protesters were killed by clan members that were later acquitted by an all white jury. Similar to the Greensboro massacre, the rittenhouse case is a failure of the justice system to punish white fascist vigilante violence. You see, you can only believe things like this if you go to college.

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COVID-19 hot spots offer sign of what could be ahead for US

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 8 months ago

COVID-19 hot spots offer sign of what could be ahead for US

"Cobit nineteen hospitalizations are up in parts of the western and northern U. S. because of the contagious delta variant virus trends are improving in places like Florida Texas and other southern states but covert nineteen is spreading north and west heading into the winter as people go indoors close their windows and breed stagnant air in recent days a spike was reported at a college in Vermont link to Halloween parties and a Boston elementary school had to close in Michigan the metro Detroit area is considered a hot spot with nearly four hundred coalbed cases and hospitals are overwhelmed in New Mexico and Colorado health officials are lamenting how many people are no longer wearing masks and how many people chose not to get vaccinated Dr Donald Milton at the university of Maryland says we're going to see a lot of outbreaks in unvaccinated people that will result in serious illness and will be tragic I'm Jackie Quinn

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Tennessee pastor tackles gunman during church service

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 8 months ago

Tennessee pastor tackles gunman during church service

"Metro Nashville police say the heroic actions of a Tennessee pastor who tackled a man waving and pointing a gun during a service save the church from further violence police say no shots were fired during the incident Sunday in Nashville light mission Pentecostal church the police statement says a twenty six year old man pulled a gun as the pastor was praying with several people at the altar and told everyone to get up as he waved and pointed a gun at the congregation the pastor tackled the man and then several church members help to disarm and hold him until officers arrived police say he was charged with fifteen counts of felony aggravated assault I'm Walter Ratliff

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"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

05:58 min | 8 months ago

"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

"We're going to continue our ethos series the small so before we do so. Let's just pray logo. Thank you for this opportunity to once again just to be here to be with each other to worship in this place we remember lusty logo when we restrictions. And this time we weren't able to meet together. We certainly weren't able to raise our voices open to sing together and to worship and to come together and just open up prescriptions license so we may help as never take this for granted. Low got never take this opportunity for granted being able to see to to chat to which of the ketchup lookout shirl life with one another. And i just pray that you at blesses as weekend every time that we gather that we'd get a sense not just of this being to give a sense of you in the mix of all of that logo that you is pulling goes together. It's us that's lead in the conversations and even now as we open up the scriptures as we opened up your word lookout. I pray that you would draw to each other and drawers to yourself look you. Would you would bind together as we used to sing. Jesus in the old course you'd bindis together with codes that cannot be broken and a would be in the midst of all of this logo. We really do want you to be the center of what we are about as follows of eulogies. And so we pray that you bless that you would hope in the hearts they would open upon lines today as we just as we just come and we sit low god at your feet and we learned from you in. Jesus name amen. So we're gonna continue our series on. We've been looking at the things that matter to as a church. It metro christian center. We've already looked at the fact. That scripture is important to us that we are seekers that we have seek god is important. Is that the spirit of god is importance over the past two weeks. We stressed out for two weeks. We've looked at the importance of service and this morning we're going to. We're going to look at some. I think is really crucial. Even though all of that was also really crucial. I'm gonna talk about something it's really really close to. my heart. thinks something that we really should oughta valley was a church and i don't think churches generally value enough but that's is the importance of sabbath and not i want us to be a sabbath church and i'll explain as we go and but if you have your bible with you if you consume would mcleese to matthew chapter eleven verse twenty five to thirty says come to.

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D.C. suspends most of its Metro trains after another derailment

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 9 months ago

D.C. suspends most of its Metro trains after another derailment

"A derailment problem with newer train cars is complicating commuter travel for thousands in the Washington DC region after a commuter train derailed in Washington's Virginia suburbs last week NTSB chair Jennifer comedy told reporters that a design flaw has been identified which causes wheels on the newer Kawasaki made seven thousand series trains to spread too wide on the axles allowing the carriage to slip off the tracks this could have resulted in a catastrophic event comedy said the train had apparently derailed and then reconnected itself twice before derailing a final time well not at Washington's reach all metro system ordered the withdrawal of the series from service they comprise about sixty percent of the fleet the safety ruling has snarled commutes across the nation's capital at a time when they were working to attract more riders Jennifer

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"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

03:19 min | 9 months ago

"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

"We're gonna continue us ethos series. The smaller would just going to have a look at the things that matter to us in this series of church at metro christian center and he'd been with the past couple weeks then we we've journeyed fact. That scripture is important to us every time we get together as a church. We are going to wrestle with scripture. We're going to engage with the scriptures. Last week halen looked at this. Being seekers is important. We are seekers of god. Is the very famous manner. Very famous preacher writer. Many go a guy called eighty eight to of for anyone who said of him and he said this wonderful thing. That's found god and to still seek after god is the souls power docks of you. Don't have to worry about. Stanton stresses the point that even though we have got the something more of god and this something yet. Paul picks up as well. It doesn't have any writes the asians that he wishes they would know that. That from the from the length. Of god's little unless we ellen impressed this importance of seeking after christ just like paul the apostle seeking the show in his sufferings the show in his life and to share in the power of his resurrection. And this morning. I'm going to take us through the fact that the spirit holy spirit is important to as as well very very important. Now i this this many things we can say about the holy spirit. I'm very. I'm very mature word. It's more than that. The whole experience is a big topic and we re are pentecostal church. And we spend a long time. And i'm not gonna certainly i'm not gonna touch everything smart. I'm only going on a bit of an aspect and my intent is next year next year. We'll do a series on the holy spirit more focused on the holy spirit and explore a bit more wide in a bit more deeper. But i want to do this morning. It's sean the fact of the fact that the host is is essential to church. You can't have church without the holy spirit. It is impossible. I just want to kind of switch. Always we're going to open up the scriptures of your bible with you. I'd love you to turn the john chapter fourteen. I'm gonna invites He's gonna read. We're going to many places that we could turn to in the old and new testaments on the holy spirit huddle around jesus words in john fourteen and as a bit of context to these words as you find them and just before serums and read jesus just washed the disciples feet in the super the beginning of john thirteen and from john thirteen onwards numerous points with jesus mentions in john rights mentioned says he writes that the hour had come for jesus to enter into his glory to jesus just about to face the crucifixion and the resurrection in following ascension. And so what we have in. John thirteen all the way through to the end of john. Seventeen is jesus putting words. What some people call his the well discourse to his disciples the things that are impressed on the spirit that really wants to them to understand before he leaves them as is encountered sales policies and words and jesus frequently refers to the holy spirit. And so we're going to look. At this thirst. Instances i reference to jesus talking about the holy spirit and service is going to come up and read john fourteen starting from i one all the way to i twenty six. Dan let your heart be troubled. Believe in god. Believe also in me in my father's house and my many many rooms..

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"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

05:35 min | 9 months ago

"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

"Hope we understand that we are people are the book. And it's a peculiar thing. But i make no apologies when i say this. But one of values as metro christian center is that we will actively engage with the scriptures always. We will wrestle with them and we will let them wrestle with us. We're never going to look anywhere else. Whenever going to pick up another book we might use analogies and illustrations. As i often to. This is what we are about. We are people of a book and the big question is why. Why are we people other book. Well i could say something very simple. Like i say simple but something along the lines of what john calvin said in this wounds. He wrote a very slim volume at eighteen hundred page long volume. Cool the institutes of the christian religion in the fifty nine. I ended up in bookie kinda described scriptures as being a sets of glasses that we've put them on and fruit of scriptures when we look through to scriptures we see god. It's the script. Is the brain goal of blurry. Fuzzy confused ideas about god into focus. But what does that mean. What does that mean exactly. What happens if you put those losses on upside down and what happens if if the person were in those losses decides to interpret what they're seeing fritos classes differently than what the losses are trying to show us. i'm. Furthermore if the scriptures bring something into focus the scriptures bring ideas into focus is that focus were is not focused point. And so we're going to explore this this morning. I'm going to practice what we preach. We're going to jump into the scriptures and into the text together. Answer if you have a bible with you this one. I hope you do and can i encourage you to bring a bible with you to church and if you do not have a bible. Ask us and we'll supply you would want but if you have your scriptures with small. We're going to jump into a story in john's gospel and in chapter five. I'm going to read from verse. Thirty one in minute but in john's gospel chapter five. Before we read from going to invite steph in a moment to come and read from that foamy before rita's just give you a little bit of contact. John chapter five and chapter five. Jesus causes of rookus. I don't even notice this. Jesus could calm storms. But jesus always had a way of kind of kicking up a bit of a rookus innovative still as well and it's cho's a bit of a commotion and at the start of john chapter five. Jesus heals a man man. He's been laying thirty seven years and he commands them. Onto pickup is sleeping and to walk..

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"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

05:11 min | 9 months ago

"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

"For those who give us the encouragement and the feedback on the series. Thank you for that. It's been a great thing to do. It was a pleasure a and it was a challenge. It always the challenge to kind of garoppolo. Would those words those wonderful incredible words to kind of spoke in in in the sermon. The mountain i said to someone they have started a series. I was the first time. I've actually had the opportunity despite all the years. I've preached the first time actually preached with a focus on the beatitudes which is crazy to think about but it was a great pleasure to and the reason just to remind you why we did is a series reason. We wanted to do that. Is we want to kind of continue to work in a heart as a church. we wanna be kingdom orientated. People we want to be salt and light. We want to be people of humility. We want to be people have laments and hope as we should be out you want to be people who make people who crave got people who are merciful and so we want to kind of build on continued to build and as we leave the beatitudes series and we launch into a new series. This morning the reason for doing so still remains the same. We want work and our heart as metro christian center in bury and whitefield and to be honest with you when we go into the series to follow this and the series that follows on a series that follows down. Whatever comes off that way. It's still the same purpose. we just wanna work in. A hot as scott's people. Because that work i don't know about you were never ceases. It never comes to an end and we're never going to rush through. We never just gonna think that's over because hall. Surgery is not something that you shrew and god wants to do heart surgery on us. He wants to work in our hearts and so over coming weeks. We're going to spend some time on a series called ethos and on the back of this this to kind of pre new. I say pre warned us. Not the right word warn. Encourage you on. The back of this is also launching the series after seven weeks. And this we're gonna launch an interest series on the apostles creed which i'm really really looking for to don't be worried you're gonna love it and you're going to be excited about it. Don't worry it's going to be the next few weeks we're going to spend some time looking e. for fossil values to things that are important to us as we seek to express the centrality of jesus christ so we're going to look at scripture. We're gonna look at the fact that we are seekers of god. We're going to look at the fact that we are spirit. People spirit filled people. Not as important is we're going to look at the importance of service but also gonna look at the importance of sabbath that we do not want to be a people burnt. How have burnout culture. We're going to look at the importance of church being a sanctuary also. Look at the importance of stories that are stories are on every single one of us has a story and that story has been wrapped up in the story of god.

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"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

03:57 min | 10 months ago

"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

"Price and then maybe it'll be interested to fund out more about who is these. Jesus are we ready to represent him. Are we ready to be called peacemaker. And if you want to please. Jesus influence daily life. This we become automatic. Tumor tick let peace be depr- to patient of your heart and mind. You might say. There is nothing i can do. These things are high-skilled thing. War won't and i do. Yes you can do. Something is pray for the peace in the world. And you pray you pray and mine impact the outcome of what we see. Remember abram pray to go with the impression in gomorrah moses pray to god when is rated seen again god times time and you know most of the time. God relented wanted to do so church. It is our responsibility to be pied by the peace in the world. But we can't do it if we don't have peace within ourselves and the only way we can have peace ourself is living jesus and our life. We're ready for it. It's pretty load. we thank you. Thank you because you love us. We thank you because you've chosen us. We thank you because we've got these massive responsibility because we know you to be peacemaker and to an fears thinks in the world lord may appear an impossible times but you are the prince of peace and the god of peace you say that is the following. You our characteristic. A one of our characteristic is peacemaking. We can't do it by ourself. We can't do it by a power. We can't do it with our human mindset. We call you into our life. Lord i pray that is a church who understand these things that would be would be power if we can understand that piece is crucial in our daily life let us support each of the lead tossed approach pine piece. Make be our and be the center of everything we do in our life in our church in our community in our in jesus amen..

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"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

04:47 min | 10 months ago

"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

"Else and god has a little mac tournant and open ways. We don't expect but in ways that actually he needs to turn up because how we see. The problems aren't the problems that are symptoms. It's a something bigger and again this is true for all of us doesn't matter who we are. We all have ideas have walked out is like every single one of us. Even the atheists in the world especially the world have ideas of what think god is like. It's what reject. If god's like that don't want anything to do with him put it that way. One of my favorite if you read. Sounds funny as a pasta. Say one of my favorite atheists to read. But he says he can't accept goddess to sit to miss much all these different ideas. So therefore i don't believe in god he has an idea of god that it rejects and he calls himself an atheist. I think that doesn't make sense. And so as religious people especially of ideas of got even before we became christian no matter what walker life is we came in to we is of god and the constant work of the holy spirit and the constant work at a script and constant work of christ in the ghetto ideas and the right place. It's why we meet every week. Some maybe maybe some of us all go to some cosmic law enforcer you just hands out rules and punishments and it's just clear light up or maybe seen go to some genie like character. Remakes wishes and dreams come true with a wave of his divine hand or maybe we got us some divine vending machine that if we put the right stuff in right wait and got got spits out the right things in the right blessings. Oh maybe because of how. It's been talked with come what we've experienced church free with a religious people. Maybe we've just seen got a tyrant or an oppression and certainly not as a savior. Maybe we're seeing got us part of the problems that need fixing in the world and not actually gods and is the solution to two problems in the world no matter what it is no matter what it is we all have these ideas and the list could go on and on and on.

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"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

03:53 min | 11 months ago

"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

"God is always descending onto us. Humane ascend the hill. The lord i think one of the psalm says truth is no one. And you don't need to call is always descending twos and the promises if you just open up your eyes you'll see that god is with you. God is here that god is passionately committed to us because god is righteous blessed. Jesus says blessed to those who seek the god who seeks because they will find that god is ready and waiting for them and willing to fill them with his life. If i the rephrase it. That's how i put it. Blessed are those who seek the god who seeks because they will find that god is ready and waiting for them and willing to fill them with his life. See god wants to fill us when you hunger and crave when you get the snack attacks when you get the munchies. It's god who is our spiritual source and with filled on this life of god. It's then that i'll live speaking to change. Not as a means to attract god but because just feeding on god's loyalty to us and it just has this flow frus- so blessed those who seek the god who seeks because god wants to fill you and he's been pouring out for an eternity to fill you on all year long speed. Today's open up your heart and your mind in hunger and thirst to receive what he gives so so freely. Let's pray god. We've already sang it this morning. Faithful but it's so easy just to a word and not really think about it. And so i pray little got us. We've come around. you'll would today. I pray you've helped us to think about how faithful you are to think about your goodness your goodness the pursues us your righteousness and i pray helpless because so often look out we satan. Our enemy would try and way as down on the guilt. You try and tell us that to get into your kitchen to be fed by you requires a certain says steps or certain level of behavior and so often lager. We have robbed by that. We believe that we fed by guilt and we feed oculd but actually applaud. You've called us to come into your presence and to feed on you and your invitation is oh freely given little god isaiah pronounce it. Look in his words. You said to me anyone. He was thirsty. Comb it's free of charge and so often lagat got in our own lives. Maybe an own thinking. We put a levy on it. We put a charge on it. We feel we need to pay a way before we can get to you but actually low. Jesus you who was opened up the way because you ought to god. He was faithful. Pray look at your help is just to come in our hunger and thirst to you recognizing that you are. The only source look is able to satisfy what we are so hungry for. And so i for help as low. Jesus to grapple with the weight.

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"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

06:00 min | 11 months ago

"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

"Story would be. It would be the prime story. God's rescue of israel from the bondage of egypt the whole story of the passover is the defining act and israel's history of forms the bedrock of the relationship with god understanding of the god and the expectations of god. The god is righteous. God is faithful. God pursues god seeks even when we are unfaithful to quote the words of paul to timothy the even when we are unfaithful god remains faithful because he cannot deny himself he cannot deny who is god is faithful. And so when jesus otis this words righteousness beatitudes his audience scratching head wondering what he's thinking about what he's talking about. They know exactly what he says referring to. Jesus i spoke these words. Hungering and thirsting for righteousness is exactly what israel find themselves. Israel is desperate to see an act of god. they're desperate for god's acts of salvation ed desperate god's righteousness. They want rescue from roman. Jesus promised him. Jesus promised to those hunger and i. It's not a will be satisfied. We've walked is going to do. And he repeats. Three versus later. Emerson is more or less the same thing in matthew five. Say about the pure of that if they are pure heart. It's pure of heart. They will see god. Act if you're watching closely you will see god act if you watching my life. Jesus saying what is going to do you walk in seek god's righteousness and what ceases audience don't realize this moment but what they will soon come to realize is that through jesus life and death and his resurrection god's faithfulness to david faithless to israel god's faithfulness to god's faithfulness to abraham and to know out of as being the filled that fruit teas god's righteousness is revealed eastern. An old song. You think that god's righteousness israel god saving restoring pursuing. Commitment is seen. In the life of jesus christ the fruit thiessen new passover a new exodus transpired that is received revealed g scott faithfulness to israel creation and to all of humanity once..

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"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

03:08 min | 11 months ago

"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

"Blesses those who are persecuted because they live for god. The kingdom of heaven is this. God blesses you and your mocked and persecuted and lied about because you are my follows. Be happy about it. Be very glad for a great reward reward. Awaits you in heaven. I'm remember the ancient prophets persecuted suit. You would assault of the earth. But what good is it. If assaults lost its flavor can you make it useful again. It will be thrown out and trampled underfoot worthless. You are the light in a world like a city on a mountain glowing in the night for all to see. Don't hide your light under a basket instead. Put it on the stand and let it shine for all in the same way. Let your good teach for everyone to see so that everyone will praise your heavenly father. Great woods great words. I don't if you make lists and you will make lists and then we'll get loads list my desk if you have a going to the office desk is coded enlists when i go food shopping. I make a mental list. Although it doesn't normally help. And i end up forgetting several things on the app on my phone is a no top on my phone. And it's full of numerous lists and lists. I even have a list of books. Wishlist of source that i'd i would like to read and at home in our house. There's an unspoken list of tasks that have yet to be started and tasks that have yet to be completed. They're good things lists on the good things. They can be useful but not everything that looked like a list is actually a list. And i'm saying that because there's inherent there's an inherent problem when the way with teaching the series on the beatitudes. Where we we look at each one of these statements one by one and we explore. It's one as individual statements each week. It can lead this impression that jesus is giving those an itemized list of eight separate those related groups of people so we can read this wrongly as if saying is a group of people over the poor in spirit and a promise given to them and as well as then there's another group of people over with the you are in mourning and this particular promise given to them as well and over here. This is a new group of people called the meek and there's a separate promise given to them as well but actually it's more complex than that because this is not a list even though it looks like in fact the beatitudes if you wanna put it one way the more of a description. Maybe a bad way of saying it would be this. Jesus when when describing the shape of god's kingdom and the flavor of its people. He starts from points and he keeps teasing outs amplifying and extending and in a way each succeeding. Beatitudes is really just an exclamation or an extension of clarification of the previous chewed. And so jesus isn't talking about eight separate groups of people. Jesus actually describing one thing one thing the kingdom of god if stretch the analogy. Because i like an analogy..

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"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

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"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

"And how he feels about being royal and lots of lots of the problems in the royal family at the moment arises because he and his family have a different idea of what being royal actually means in practice. Now i'm not gonna make any and say tall. But what i do know is the royal family. Feel that they are in a privileged position and that requires instead as a behavior and ethics. And as we've seen through the is often the royal family don't live up to those standards. The we assume that they should meet in various ways but should be even more referrals win sentence creighton elizabeth wade of the king of kings and the lord of loads cari. Temu said god has no grandchildren. We are all that. We are all direct descendants. we got has no grandchildren. Each person has to come to christ themselves so where enter way representing him and the values of your kingdom. That's what we do. We don't stop being royal even on our day. We don't stop being royal even on our day on a good back days. We are still that royal priesthood. What else does pizza say. He says that we are holy nation. We brings us to what to to what we were talking about. Before about what adrian. Whilst the whole law was sexwale by god to demonstrate the second partners of god how asia i was to operate was so different. The people around him think about it that referenced reverence for god you shall have you shall worship the logic god with all your hasso mind strategy but it was a paraphrase refusal to where she bibles you should have known god's before me that trusting god to supply the needs reflects you'll keep the sabbath day and whole value in the people around him by tree in them as they want to be treated. You shall not many should've commits adultery. You should not cool at your your neighbors possessions. That should be our call to those values into everything we do because we are a holy nation. They should pay in everything. We say everything we think they should go in our relationships with each other and those we come into contact with on a daily basis it israel was called to be distinctly different. I'm peter says so away. What else does say pizza says that we are got special possession. We saw exodus the israel with to be treasured possession..

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"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

"And as i said at the beginning i've looked his passage. Because i think the something we can learn about this about the cross of christ see the sights and sounds of jesus. Crucifixion are also supposed to shake us. The minister rose out of our submission and obedience to death in many ways when you think about his story risk story prefigures the crucifixion of fiction. What i mean by that is risk act can capture something of the character. We see if god. In god's cross shaped self expression on the cross jesus dies and across to members mind which you see identifies with a dead. She becomes one of them. Humble passion she lays his life and protests and fights against death toll innis and her. It's home and alerts that davidson the truth of what he has done on. The cross is just the same thing like over on the cross code. Identifies with us. Identifies with the disgraced and the dehumanized more than a slight risk. Americans got surrenders. As paul often reminds us as the gospels reminds us jesus becomes a victim of humanity and in doing so. God exposes our inhumanity. She we need to on cross that. It's not god dealing out death on the cross walk. God is doing. It's it's mankind doing that at the cross and humanity loads it's transfers it. Sin if on. Jesus we are the ones doing our violence upon god. And so like the nights. I'm david lynching seven men were we. We let jesus. And so jesus body. He prefers our sitting exposes. Our rejection of god's likeness enough submission in our obedience to death when we look at jesus broken and martin and pierced frame. What is god is holding up a mirror before showing us all reflection an unwillingness to reflect god and a strange as it sounds. This is a tone man in the act. This this justice in act. But it's no retribution. It's god seeking restoration. God wants us to see what we have done. Like crispus act awaken stave and god spotted and blood should be like in the long bell going offers look at man's inhumanity to man. Look at man's nonconformity. The image of god look at what mankind does to god's image see the cross is not about god punching back and it's not about god punching jesus. Either it's again. It's humanity crucifying jesus. I'm reminded of something else that i'm reminded of abel's blood for those who was a note that story in genesis chapter floor and like abel's blood after its murdered by his brother. Cain in genesis. Chapter full christ's blood but as witness of our ability of our inability to be humans be goats images our ability an ability consultant with death and so work could definitely to defile. What a sacred in our world and in each of the cross and christ's blood testifies of our violence but as the rights of hebrews reminds isn't hebrews chapter twelve twenty four and so wonderful. I own like abel's blood on like abel's blood which calls out for vengeance and retribution. Christ's blood speaks forgiveness. It speaks restoration. It speaks healing..

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"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

"We hear that tremendous powerful sold shaking row. That year is not actually of a lion. It's actually a tiger. I'll of a shock to you in a bit of surprise. Now you're probably thinking two things will want things a minute. Firstly probably thinking tristen brain is full of loads of trivial rubbish. And you'd probably be right. Steph would mostly definitely agree with you on that you might be thinking the other thing which is tristan's just making the so this cannot possibly in any way be true. I'm not making you hope. He was a big revelation to me as well. When i found that out now of your doubts about it so meal disbelief about it stems. From the fact that we have witnessed this partnership with image and sound for so long and we cannot comprehend that they are not one and the same thing. And even though i've told you over wise your understandably going to be suspicious of what have said and you're going to be unwilling to accept the truth. The what you've seen is not what you've heard or what you've heard is not what you have seen those. You'd want the hard evidence on that if you want to check this out then in my notes on when i share them online i'll leave a link to a guy called markman mangan. He's been the sound engineer responsible for that logo. Since nineteen eighty two and not blog link of. Is he confesses it all. He confesses it all that it's not a lion sound. It's a tiger sound. The reason he says that is because the that tremendous movement that lion in logan makes it look like raw he says if you actually try and record a lion and the sound that makes in that action it sounds more like a big yawn does what have role and so he went with a tiger role instead. And so this is an important lesson isn't a really important lesson we can learn from the mgm film studios logo. Which is that what you're seeing and what you were hearing do not necessarily go together..

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"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

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"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

"For jesus army. We've been drafted. The teaching of the bible is not that some christian alcohol to serve. God and others are not a christian is saved to serve. God hasn't saved anyone so they can just sit around. Every person saves is conscripted into serving him. According to how as gifted him everyone can serve in one. Peter for ten to eleven. The bible says each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others as fearful stewart of god's grace in aids in its various forms. If anyone speaks the sugar as one who speaks the very word of god if anyone serves they should do so with this. Trans god provide so that in all things god may be praised through jesus christ to him be the glory and the woah forever and ever martin luther king junior say this everyone can be great because anybody can serve. You don't have to have a colleague a college degree to serve. You don't have to make your subject and the agree to serve..

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"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

"Lost the last year. I i read a wonderful book. Called the little prints and i'm going to try and pronounce the his name probably probably. I'll forgive me if my french isn't so brilliant but it's no i'm on the sun takes you purdy and so wonderful book if you've ever read it you'll understand that it's a fantastic buccaneers. It's full of wonderful little quotes and wonderful little insights. I'm one of the quotes in the book that y'all put in that really stood out to me was this. He writes at one point in the book. He says it's hard to judge yourself then to judge ovallis and if you succeed well in judging yourself that's when you truly wise let me just read that again. It's harder to joe. Joe south then to judge ovallis and if you succeed well in judging yourself that's when you truly wise..

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"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"metro" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

"Now when i me got married way may vowed to each other on the twenty seven december. Two thousand eight and it was till death do pros. The vow didn't stop at midnight on the twenty eighth of december and if we married vows that we made in our married day to be continually lived out. don't let to be continually words on through the stress and strain of lying and it's the same with offering our bodies as living sacrifices. It has to be done on a day to day basis. So what happens on monday morning before we go a bed. All whenever we speak to god. Asa happen on tuesday and wednesday and every day after that christ guests while christ the sensor of our lives displaying. The values upside down kingdom. Now if everyone was doing guess. What christ's kingdom will be displayed in our church. And guess what if we see people as god sees them and loving them in the way gog looks them then. God's kingdom was spreading into our communities and into our world. Now don't about you. But i'm excited about the possibilities that might bring the slogan people in mcc honoring god with every part of their life and as a church than seeing gulf kingdom kkob. I'm excited about the possibilities of that. I'm excited about the people that could be reached by people that i'm excited about the lives that could be transformed. And the and the glory of god's kingdom could be displayed because a small group of people imbera decided to offer their bodies to god as the true. I'm proper worship romans. Twelve wanted to that info. Ag bruce and sisters. In view of god's miss a to offer your bodies as a living sacrifice. Holy i'm pleasing cigars. This is your true improper worship. Do not console to the patent of this world but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you'll be able to test and approve. What god's will is his good pleasing. I'm perfect will less pry father. We offer see you today bodies as living sacrifices we don't want to come forward to the worldly kingdoms transformed by the renewing of my mind's things new would have is. Do we want to see people in the way you would say them. We want to say the things is going to bless people. We walked to sink the way that you would have a stink so your kingdom is found slot. How post we pray to live every day as living sacrifices holy. I'm pleasing to you. This is a spiritual active worship. Help us.

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