17 Burst results for "Modernday"
"modernday" Discussed on Christpoint Church
"Can i hear an amen yes what the people that frustrates you god is using that to teach you you need to love them and see them through the us of jesus maybe the distress that your experience and maybe you need to grow through maybe the lord says you know what maybe you don't have all the information yet maybe you're frustrated over something that you don't have all the information over you see what i'm saying so there is the declaration there's a distress there's development there is this process that the lord wants you to go through and then finally there is what we call deliverance you see as pentecostals we want to go right to the deliverance aspect we want somebody to pray over us get us out of the situation that god is saying listen sometimes i will have to go through these steps because what you need is not necessarily deliverance while you need is development so there is a declaration there is a distress there is development and there is deliverance let me tell you something if you surf lord and you are faithful and you are consistent even in the midst of frustration up in if you allow the holy spirit to use it to develop you promise you will experience a divine deliverance in your life and i hear an amen you remember the story remember the scripture where where paul said termi up just just a tad or just a little bit paul said don't muzzle the mouth of the hawks your remember that scripture that scripture is kind of funny to me because once you begin to study what an ox does it brings a different perspective to the story you know back in the jewish world one of the ways that they would try it out corn or tread out we'd they would use animals a beast of burden is that correct they didn't have modernday machinery to do that so they use animals and one of the things that they do to tread out the corn is that they would have an ox and that ox would have a yoke up on its neck why are yoke because they wanted to keep the head of the ox down so win the win the ox would go in the circle to tread out the corn the yoke on his neck would cause his head to be down and the only thing that the ox.
"modernday" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show
"She sings her first couple of temps nervous pay they're painful jay she was nervous go go there and we see some i connection between lucy and wyatt jim oh love is there tonight because she saying you made me love me you made me love you think it's the name so we go back to rufus in heidi cheese basically explaining you know they're trying to do the whole through the wall trick and they're doing the glass to the wall and he still can't hear because there to fix so he's like well why don't we try this hole in the wall she's like we just need some cellulose tape and he's like what like scotch tape and he goes to the brain isn't matter are proper that was hilarious and he's right right sorry and so she puts a table wallet put the glass there and basically they get the information that the hand off for the film you know base for this film exchange where rittenhouse promise to give her the film in exchange for rittenhouse getting a column in his newspapers this is all going to happen at noon the next day ready why would rittenhouse want their own column easy they can put out their own propaganda lucy says it information is power news is power and at this point in time newspapers everything there was no social there was no social there was no internet there was no nothing so you got your news the newspaper and basically she says he that her started the spanish american war primarily through propaganda in the newspapers so writ house could easily write history anyway they want by having that column so it's a huge hugely influential thing for them to get so they have to stop that so well in the meantime our heroes have to find a place to sleep they bump into the more one more time and she's like hey you know come back to my house all hang out and chill and have fun and so they do that and this is where we they kinda talked about it through the whole story but i kinda wanna save here where if you don't know about head lamar she was actually genius she was a scientist she's credited with advancing essentially modernday wi fi she.
"modernday" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Lower settlers traders from modernday norway sweden denmark and iceland who ventured throughout much the world during the viking age roughly seven 93 through ten 66 see they travelled as far east as baghdad as far west as north america they spoke yield north language wrote in ruins and practice their ancestral religion what are ruins the are super weird annoying letters that all the north god's names written into fuck ruins there any of the characters of several alphabet used by the dramatic people's from ah knew about the third the 13th century c and the vikings being germanic had the runes norseman were dramatic people who inhabited scandinavia and spoke what is now called the ors old north language between eight hundred and 1300 see the name viking comes from language called the oh comes from old north and it means a pirate rate people who went off rating ships were said to be going viking vikings less scandinavia and travel to other countries such as britain and ireland someone went to fight and still treasure others say in a newlands as farmers craftsman or traders and then years later the vikings move around the northern world drawn to sail in explore accent many other ageing cultures looking for wealth prestige power and of course secret mano atomic blizzard gold to appease their shapy shifty nikki low overlords who are the north god's space losers but of course northern anew nikki snow lizards but seriously though where the vikings to thank for our present understanding not only of their own prechristian religion mythology but uh.
"modernday" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"In manila is you suspicious other yeah a little bit like i curfija got a little poke by had probably well maybe that's that's how i picture ib shocked by israeli patriot but i looked really good i'd what's a westworld trial yes i did this chiutan cowboys might the exactly what i was having little any second or something like that so that feels like it because we do not get westworld at all last year i don't know seems like a very long time ago doesn't like relevant is quickly look that up but looks great got robot boleslaw got some robot bowls we have we have some sort of halffinished westworld mannequin a man he has around with no fisons no features at all which i think is super cool it ended at the end of 26 day items that we didn't get a last year as oregon yet at the i liked the halffinished matic and man that's really cold and no signs of sammarai world or any other kind of world i want to see some our world what open it does feel a little bit i think they're holding back on this package erratic park wooden you you really would you wouldn't just make a cowboy world mega jurassic back and michael crichton strong arm the same so i think they're holding a little bit a lot of little or locked back in his trial is all we really say in this trial we see some westworld was it a plains of westworld and then we say basically the same westworld control room launch room era previous season yeah but we haven't seen anybody go out into the real will not we don't even know what it is we don't know if it's on earth we don't know if it's in a space station where the half bharati's in the future i don't think it's that far only because they say to be using like relatively like modernday guns they're out aci like they use mate and like in the real world does he like.
"modernday" Discussed on Knowing Faith
"Get you use is that you have in your own will when you think about i'd love to just do a thought actress has can you think of modern day parables like he's there like when you think about like a modern day parable or modernday appropriation of this genre key think of anything because like oh i don't think that it's gone so like i think most films for example are a are a retailing of the parable of the probe great price like that idea of like that parable has just carried forward in a substantive way where it's like pretty much every story that you hear or a lot of stories that you here are stories about like giving up everything to get one thing writing right so it's like giving up everything the so i think about the movie whiplash i don't know if you've seen the movie with lashes it's great film but the move whip lashes about like this singular determination to give up everything to get to this one thing and i bring that up just because it's still a an opportunity for us as believers is to to not just learn from the parables to learn how to speak in parables writer to pull in part of our speaking the gospel and vernacular is mimicking the ministry of jesus in saying like oh yeah like it's this isn't unlike something that you understand you know this and i think that we still use that in our teaching right i mean when you come up with an opening illustration you're essentially telling a parable exactly so i mean i did that last night only we started in two matthey i talked about my diet is actually gardening size varied jesus like right every joint cells gradually but like mary kate is you know she's taking a class in um socio horticulture which is that green spaces the deliberate green spaces in urban settings actually contribute to the wellbeing of the humans who get to spend time in the whole class on the whole class and i was like can i just drive down for that and hunker down on the back so i differ reaction to hearing about the glasgow i was nerdy out over that and then i told her mike you have to tell me everything you're learning this class because i.
"modernday" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"And abundance of athletes all of which were primarily blah we're tempted or appeared willing new engage in violence and one of the people in the middle of it all it is one of the most upstanding professional athletes we will ever encountered who cares about his image who cares about family who cares about his reputation and who happens to be the president of the plays association we'll find out more in hours and days and weeks and months ahead but one thing is clear regardless of what level of affection or lack thereof chris paul may have had for austin rivers for blake griffin for doc rivers you cannot find yourself in this kind of situation it just looks bad and i must say it again this the colin cap and nick era fair enough because of an issue that has been hijacked you have folks out there looking at the modernday black athlete viewing them as unappreciative ungrateful and two willing the bucked the system is that a going out the ample forming and they're looking for an excuse to turn against you which the nfl and its troubles have shown it may not be fair i dam sure don't think it is nor do i think is right but his reality in forgive me if i expected one of the most intelligent an upstanding athletes i've ever encountered name chris paul to get that better than anybody he does he just lost his way last night.
"modernday" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"Paul red and jason segel uhhuh and and the director john hamburg do know him no he made a movie he made this movie called safe and that emit along came poly they made a movie last year called why him had us with brian cranston and james franco he's such a great guy so funny such a good director we just had a blast and then i would say amidst different 'cause it was six years but parks and recreation was just an absolute joyous event in my life i'm cruiser both very me i'm crazy about her too she's i'm so happy is on this planet is rigging of going back through that is jewish her guy is the uh the conservative emmys a brewery what's the other word uh orthon orthodox very orthodox jew yes his hip he practices he takes it seriously yeah we i went to a sater a passover sader that he conducted from a image took a long time in these conservative traditions he added a gentle lovely yes of very smart very very very smart what's up into a shaker you have it have not you live in la and you've never been to a savior when what is wrong it rigid rhino candles please let's just do it right now have one now this modernday ainu that's so crazy that's like i feel like that's a real la rite of passage that somebody somebody's inviting you to a sader somehow low.
"modernday" Discussed on RobinLynne
"In order to keep black folks down to keep them suppress like the the lead in the water i mean think about it sounds like a like a james bond villain you know to poison the water supply and keep the people dumbed down so that you can control them you know but it's actually happening they actually did at the epa covered it up the michigan state officials covered it up and that's why they've been arrested and charged with crimes they actually did it and it is astonishing that anybody's actually possibly going to jail over this because this kind of thing happens so often that usually nobody's ever held accountable i mean this this this happens every day the cancer industry is preying upon black people every single day and very few of those individuals have been arrested i hope more we'll be arrested soon for their crimes but so far not that many have been arrested like dr photogr he's one of the few but it's it is a cycle that they create they feed you the food the causes cancer and then they profit from the cancer treatment that gives you more cancer and then you come back for more repeat business and they get even more money building more insurance for your second follow up cancer treatment while they're feeling your kids toxic led that dumbs them down and gives them cancer and bone disorders and heart disorders the bring in more repeat business for the same hospitals that are treating you for cancer now they're treating your kids for bone disorders it is a money making racket it is a form of modernday enslavement it is it is medical slavery it is economic servitude to the the masters of big pharma that's all it is you know it's we all know the history of of america m.
"modernday" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"It's a shock remember made on arizona our dna how do people check out the movie amazoncom in n type income to peter it'll be the first option there what is the conflict theater is a is a movie theater no so calculator is back in the day beca ease 70s '80s '90s sattar on saturday mornings after the cartoons there would be saturday morning kung fu dear which is basically you know just old chinese come through movies that were battling dubbed in english and so it was just come as a chinese concrete moving and so i thought so i really like watching them grown up so i fear low let me do a modern day version of its in modernday community version of its if you ever watch couldn't tarantino movie gellike bill that's his influence was confirmed leader movies well dan thank you so much for coming on if people wanna follow you on social way of what's best instagram for you all me i instagram it's daniel liu official daniel liu official guy and then anything else uh when we see yeah go check it out let me know what you think aci all right dan is there a kung fu theater hashtag should people use that uh yeah sure w graves okay all right to check out kong food theater is it is it a comedy or is it straight action now is khamis mostly commonly an action action comedy check it out and also to also spam what's where it was on hub in the end so why scenes or that style of fighting because now like modernday like kungfu movies the styles completely difference mmhmm but like the old school like 90s fight by techniques so there's a lot of that so if you're on your bureau van 90s action movies who movies you'll like this one i will dan thank you so much for coming on with us and talking about.
"modernday" Discussed on Side Hustle School
"She talks this is like a modernday robin hood on she doesn't have to steal from anyway it will be as fulfilling as it would be enjoyable and so lisa got straight to work she began her home organising business with a twenty two hundred dollar investment he spent fourteen hundred dollars onto designers to help her crater website and shore the basics of how to modify optimize it for search engines printer dollars went onto the site itself which he host using wordpress and the studio press genesis framework remaining costs went on liability insurance business cards and a signature red bucket that she takes to every clients home lisa began promoting her services through the network of people she'd built through her previous side hustles she was met with an enthusiastic response i love the idea of improving their own wellbeing and donating stuff they weren't using to people who had benefit from it the concept itself helps lisa create a lot of word of mouth marketing she offers each potential client a free one hour consultation the talk through a process after that her services are priced at sixty five dollars an hour and clients must pay for at least three hours of work he's able to charge so much per hour because of the scarcity of a product and also a unique system she's developed but she calls space space it stands for short hair down assign contain and establish is designed to coach clients through the process of declaring and provide clarity on the importance of each individual item over the past four months lisa has earned an average of three thousand dollars a month miss hustle if you take a look at our testimonial filled website it's not hard to see why our clients love what she dies and they appreciate the quality of her work for example when of leases latest clients in attorney had her organiz most of her four thousand square foot home and of her daily working processes is made the client more focused and helped her feel lighter which he credits 100 percent polices work and while her clients gain clarity local refugees gain items and.
"modernday" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"The farc largest start got tracked figure out kelso mccarthy your alarm clocks how mcveigh what your alarm clocks out a fire liner hearth across oh what your eleven what are your brain rain euro firefighters dark for us we could learn all these washer you get another one wrong chuck us i mean you really do here there zach mayo i got nowhere else to go i got nowhere else to go so the film is based on a true story and you know the it is a true story of earth extraordinary bravery and i remember when ron howard may backdrop back in 1991 he was talking about the way in which farming have now come to be the modernday heroes ing that was the phrase that the eu's and that that certainly something to which this tap the to which this film tap saying as a piece of filmmaking solid if somewhat on remarkable does follow the the the cinematic cliches of the genre it's there's nothing particularly surprising about it as a piece of filmmaking but it is solidly maiden is telling a story of genuine heroism well this is going to be a tricky decision then but mark at the end of the show what is our movie of the week what do you think it is i think it's going to be florida project and you'd be right but it's pretty galloway these rarely see this is a really good week at yet florida projects but any of those others you know professor malls did.
"modernday" Discussed on On One with Angela Rye
"One now right that you reach a conclusion about what's your role will be and begin to mobilise and set a standard for other people around you again there's an internal and external strategy and we have to understand if for no other reason than the two examples that i just named dr king civil rights movement huey newton in the black panther party that movements are designed to be interdependent is not about one person who get the limelight are the shine it's about moving the needle for a collective we also saw that with the women's march is not just the four women cochairs bright who led the women's march there is a huge team around them of multicultural women who made the difference there too if we need a modernday example you think about black lives matter the reason why they didn't want a figurehead is because they didn't want people to be distracted and take somebody out we got to learn a move more discreetly prints before he died talked about how we're the only people who will lay out an agenda and put it up on the internet for everybody to for everybody to see where the only ones who will do that we can move a little more discreetly are we're going to have to analysts that it was for another lecture but i'm about to come to the democrats were quick because i think this is a part of our activism and if less about the democrats are more about us this is what i'm gonna say that might not be ready but just deal with it so here's the thing.
"modernday" Discussed on Discovery
"It's always dangerous the start speculating on the meaning of this but certainly yet distinct impression a must've been some egalitarian quality social structure that some democratic access this elite as basic and fundamental was water another ancient object on its way to the museum is one of the oldest mathematical documents in the world known as the but shali manuscript after the place in modernday pakistan where it was discovered it has been revealed to contain the earliest known representation of vizier parts of it have been dated to as early as the third century a d but the concepts within it unlikely far older i went to see the manuscript for myself at the body in library at oxford university where it has been kept the last century showing it to me with camilla form gotti a sunscreen scholar that and one of the few people in the world able to decipher the text for me on a personal level holding this precious document was like touching a fragment of my own ancestral history it's incredibly delicate you can see here it's already fragmented the edges of completely disappeared it's dog dog brown the writing hasn't faded though the inc is still pretty strong it's very nice it you mentioned the ink and the fact that he doesn't faded because the materialize bitch mark it was used in the himalayan range by the bubble in the northwestern part of india why in the rest of india the us bomb leaf the fact that this is written with practical examples net for merchants and other people a suggests that it's not some kind of lofty academic text at all it's for every day people it was definitely for every day use and it's not a theoretical treaties does that mean that at that time in india that many people would have been quite comfortable with the language of mathematics the must have been part of a population wasn't really scholars but there were literate enough to first of all to read sanskrit which is not something that you you have to take for granted answer.
"modernday" Discussed on Double Toasted
"And i am used to growing up and watching movies on the abc family time line six seconds of movie and then twenty minutes commercials and then seven seconds a movie so i'm kind of used the pacing with this so it didn't surprise or didn't bother me how surprisingly long this movie is it doesn't really feel that way and in a weird way i i can imagine the modernday viewer being not being bothered by this either because in the age of netflixing binge watching this a smalltime six episodes of a half hour show of you're bringing the down like that the butter audience would have no problem with this stuff i say hey go watts this movie it's not going to be labor like you would think it was maybe even when he would maybe you ten years ago yeah people are used to binge watching they're used to watching consecutive hours and hours and hours and this one you get in three hours and it feels fulfilling so you know if you stick with it you're gonna get something very different out of this and say like a traditional of her horror movie that was released in theaters you're going to get fleshed out characters that you're going to rue for for the entire time you can get let a legendary legendary performs by tim curry there's no way going about it yeah you're going to be framed in some type away and it's going to be the clown doing it or it's just going to be some of that plane scary imagery this doesn't have massed full editing or cinematography and acting a spotty here and there but the music is is really eerie and it actually one of prime time emmy award for the music and it so it's not like they spent no time on this the actually took some care to was to kind of not establish but adapt this movie and adapt this book so i.
"modernday" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"With his just starting but yeah i know come on sarah literally say like he came out of the gate to hot came out any way however we must get hot now i feel like it again if you watch if you watch what i saw the show when her watch what's out there so far it feels like a retread of everything we've all we know switching so and switch sportswoman a desert there's a guy john brown has three kids i say this early on the show one is possibly a first round pick why receivers it the equity india's brown it plays at notre dame as another son saint brown at stamford and there's another one whose number like just like jello he's the number one wire receiver in a country that goes the modernday high school who go anywhere not in his dad is big personality personality the whole deal asking to be interesting to watch that as an from another sports angle look when i when i said that i think will bar wants to be a star more than even the other three kids i'm not saying that as a negative on his character or anything like that i'm just saying it's oputa disalow ever which williams when he threw needs his promoting venus and serena no because when was different time isn't it i was gonna say it that was to me more of a necessity like when you're talking about like 20something years ago trying to get these two black girls into his cabinet tallow as i said tallow is going to dominate your wedding to me though again it was a different time and more of a necessity not tennis zones and looking for a black star but law lonzo ball was going to be in the nba and a huge star and quite possibly on the lakers regardless of whether lavarra did any of this well it is we don't know.
"modernday" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"Differences that i will try to highlight so at the end of the twentyfirst century chemical warfare has left only two in habitable areas of the earth great britain and the colony you're just reading the ten minutes an exposition i had a read at the beginning this movie is the only thing that's different but it all the out there the s actually is a lot of words the beginning but great britain and the colony which is actually modernday australia and each day workers who live in the overcrowded great britain take a giant express elevator called the fall to work on the colony average colony factory worker douglas quaid played by colin federal this time is having a recurring dream where he is a secret agent escaping a hospital facility in a hail of gunfire with the help of the beautiful woman played by jessica beal he awakes from the stream next to eight different beautiful women played by kate beckons sale i dunno they look the same thing if the michael jackson janet jackson's syndrome which one is in the kingdom kickback and cell is basically in the sharon stone role of the world is run by businessman co hagen played this time by brian cranston in an absolutely terrible wig who is the owner and chief proponents of an automated robot soldiers which quaid bills in his factory job on the colony like in the original there is resistance making trouble for co hagan who has this big masterplan we're going to learn about later quaid here's about recall becomes curious we've heard this plot before goes to recall get a dream and plant and that's when it hits the fan turns out he already has an implant israel name as houser he's a secret aged who was sent to infiltrate this resistance by co hagen.
"modernday" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"And to instead joined the community of responsible nations in our fight against common enemies and a defense of civilization itself okay so there is a he's he's trying to draw a useful line here and i think that it is useful so it's funny when it comes to russia lot of people and left have very different story the comes to saudi arabia for example so they'll say about saudi arabia and members of the islamic world we need them as allies in the war on terror as he has to make overtures to them when it comes to russia will say you can never make an overture russia because if you do you're just emboldening them these positions are somewhat inconsistent i think what trump is doing here is he sang to russia listen you go any further stop you but why don't you join us now do i think that's delusional think russia's actually going to join us in our battle on behalf of western civilization know unlike a lot of the people at sort of the the all right i don't think the russia is part of the common cause western civilization nor have they really ever been in russia has always had its own interests at heart it trying to convert them into modernday germany or modernday france modernday britain is is just silly it's not happening but what what trump says there is is just fine there's really not a huge problem within his not any different than anything the bush sattar any from that obama said the media went nuts on all of this so as always the media decided that this was racist and sexist and nazi okay so voks has a piece today called trump's speech in poland sounds like an outright manifesto and here's what it says is this morning in warsaw poland president donald trump issued a battlecry for family for freedom for country and for god in a speech that often resorted to rhetorical concedes typically used by the european an american all right wing what so on families something i talk about a lot freedom is something i talk about a lot countries something i talk about a lot and god is something i talk about a lot i think the all right are bunch of crap bags okay so.