35 Burst results for "Moses"
Why a Little Luck Matters.
"Moses was a humble man. More humble than any one else on earth. It's an amazing thing. So I have an essay on humility. What is humility? Can you know your humble? I'll talk about that another time. It's a great subject. Can you can you know your humble if you're humble? But the reason I raise it is, one of the reasons everybody should be humble is that no matter how much you have attained in life, there was good luck involved.
Michelle Obama Urges Abortion Rights Supporters to ‘Double Down’
"Michelle Obama Am I allowed to criticize Michelle Obama mister producer wad be blown off the air here Michelle Obama She's not tone deaf She's not tone deaf No she is smart She is everything you ever wanted in her First Lady In an expertly when she speaks it's like Moses coming down from the mountain from God with God's words on the tablet Mount Sinai Michelle Obama urges abortion rights support is the double down ahead of the roe V wade We just had an assassination threat against a Supreme Court Justice A left wing Democrat group has been organizing criminal activity in front of the homes of these justices Michelle Obama doesn't mention any of that but the day after the assassination of she doesn't put out a statement condemning anything Neither does her fantastic husband Instead it's this former First Lady Michelle Obama and it's reported in the news because Michelle Obama speaks Urged her Instagram followers to quote unquote double down on working to protect abortion rights in a post Thursday as the Supreme Court gets closer to ruling on an abortion rights case that could overturn roe versus wade This is an abortion rights case Abortion rights case To human life case So we've got to work so we've got to get work today I guess it was a misspelling she forgot the word too Happens
Why Do We Have to Control Ourselves if we're Innately Good?
"So I'd like to raise a question, not the question of, are we innately good? Given how obvious it is, that every person who wants to be good has to control himself, which proves my point, right? Why would we have to control ourselves if we're innately good? Why would there be a ten commandments if we were innately good? Or do you believe God gave them or not, I believe God did, but if you believe Moses did or anybody did, if we're innately good, why tell people do not murder? Do we tell people, eat? Is there a commandment to eat? Why is there no commandment to eat so that you may live? Because we innately eat, but we don't innately, not murder. Therefore we need a commandment. Every time there is a law, right? Doesn't the existence of any law presume that we need the law otherwise we would not do what the law commands?
#37 Holy Week, part 2 - burst 2
"So Jesus continues. In the fair cycle tradition of being picky about the law, they were also picky about their ties to the temple. These religious leaders were careful to tie even the smallest of their herb garden harvests, but they ignored the board important parts of the law, justice, mercy, faith, all of these are important, but you strain your water so you don't drink a gnat, but you swallow a camel. Now that's the saying, maybe you've heard before. Let me see if I can explain it to you. Part of its literal, and part of it is figurative. Both Nats and camels are forbidden food to the Jewish people. And yes, the religious leaders would strain their water to keep from accidentally swallowing an at, Jesus says yes, you would do this, but it being so picky or ignoring the more important things thus you swallow a camel. Jesus
Author Robert Morgan Discusses the Book of Revelation
"Things that we can talk about? What are some of the events that we can talk about? Well, in revelation, four and 5, we see a great celebration in heaven. And there is the father, the son, the Holy Spirit, and then Jesus receives the scroll, and it has 7 wax seals. And when he began snapping that seal, that is the beginning of what we call the tribulation, the 7 year period. And there are 6 and 7 different events that occur. One is the emergence of a powerful military leader who goes out trying to solve big problems and to conquer the world. And the light of that there is warfare and the light of that there's famine and a lot of that there is death. But also interesting leader during this time, millions of people are going to come to the lord Jesus, many of them will be martyred, and we call these the 7 seals, and it's the 7th great events that will take place. And that's followed by 7 trumpets, and as these trumpets blow, then events take place catastrophic events that are very reminiscent of the plagues of Egypt. In fact, if you want to know what the tribulation period will look like, just go back and study Moses and the plagues of Egypt. That's a miniature version.
NY Times' Victoria Kim Fell for Satirical Tweet on Travel Mask Mandate
"Just when you think the tail of Lorenz's and Philip bumps of the world have taken journalism to new basements of stupid You've never seen before Jared rabel posts on his Twitter this guy who wrote that satirical thing about them screaming This is maga airspace He gets messaged by a New York Times journalist about the tweet Listen I don't know if it's real or not I don't know if he's lying it up and the email it's from a blue check mark thing Victoria Kim It says hi Jared I'm a New York Times journalist Really You may want to reevaluate that one I'd love to speak to you over the phone about what happened on your flight this evening Can you please give me a call she lists a number or let me know how I can reach you Hope this isn't coming too late in your day Thank you Look forward to hearing from you soon This guy's got to be sitting there in stunned disbelief like holy Moses These really are the dumbest people on Planet Earth I mean why else would they go to J school Journalism school I mean you really have to be an idiot to believe this happened Flight attendants pulled off their masks sneezed directly in there How would they do that even on command While screaming this is maga airspace This is obviously a joke So does Jared rabel writes back I didn't get to cover this on the podcast And Jim was horrified He was candidly disgusted and threatened to quit at my editorial judgment He was happy it happened on the show He's the EPM but he was horrified in my judgment not covering this on the podcast Here's how Jared rabel responds To the reporter Hello Victoria I would love to discuss the incident at your earliest convenience I was pretty upset about the whole thing Unfortunately it's satire that only someone in The New York Times would believe
Chase Replogle on His New Book 'The 5 Masculine Instincts'
"Welcome back. I'm talking to the author of the 5 masculine instinct, a guide to becoming a better man. So chase, you were referring to this, I can't remember which Shakespeare play it is where the prologue where he says all the world. As you like it. As you like it, okay. And so yeah, I remember that he does refer to the different stages of man and so are you saying that in the book you take the 5 stages between baby and very old? I mean, how do you break that up? Yeah, so the first one is the reluctant schoolboy who's dragging himself to school. I pair it with the story of Cain and talk about sarcasm as an instinct. The second is the sort of romantic woeful lover. So it's not just romance in women. It's also romance and just quests and adventures. So I talk about the instinct of adventure with the biblical character of Samson. The second one is, is the warrior who's filled with oaths, ready to write wrongs, quick to quarrel. I think of it as ambition, somebody trying to do something meaningful in the world. And I use Moses story to look at that instinct of ambition. The fourth one, it's one of my favorite of Shakespeare's descriptions. He begins to cut his beard and dress the way that's expected and he starts to put a little extra weight on as Shakespeare describes it. This is somebody who's had enough success that they start to worry about their image, their reputation, preserving it. So this instinct of reputation I use David's story. And then the 5th Shakespeare describes the man beginning to lose his voice. It's symbolic of his engagement with the world. There's a great line where Shakespeare says, but the world has become too wide as men we begin to realize the complexity of relationships in the world and how little control we have. And I use Abraham story to talk about this instinct of apathy that tends to set in. Those often happen across those ages in that order. But I think for a lot of men they can kind of move in and out of these instincts, even at different points in their life as well.
Pastor Erwin Lutzer on the Miraculous
"Erwin lutzer pastor when lutzer for 36 years, hard to believe, doctor luce, you were the senior pastor of the moody church, all those years. You've written many, many books, you and I have done events together. Do you ever speak publicly about the miraculous? Because I've experienced miracles and I think that there are many even Christians that they shrink from discussing it. It troubles them, but people on the mission field seem always to talk about miracles. And I always think that as evil manifests, sometimes we see God more clearly a God does dramatic things like that. I mean, we don't need to talk about it, but I thought I want to ask you if you're asking about whether or not I believe that demonic spirits are sometimes in people and they have to be expelled. The answer is yes, definitely. And I don't mind talking about miracles as long as we don't give the impression that if you don't see a miracle, you don't have enough faith. Hebrews 11. The first 35 verses, all of the miracles, you know, Moses, Joshua, all the miracles, verse 35. There's a break. And others. And others were tortured and persecuted, and they wandered about in sheepskins in goatskins being destitute afflicted tormented. People of whom the world was not worthy living in dens and caves and mountains. And they didn't see a miracle, but they made it into Hebrew's chapter 11 the chapter of faith. And so I don't mind talking about miracles, but we shouldn't talk to them about them in such a way that if you aren't delivered, and if you aren't healed, it's all your fault. That's important to
Ned Ryun Agrees With Lee Smith's Comments on 'Left's Enemies'
"On this Release Smith mutual friend He said and it's something that really kind of punched through me because he's so correct He's like listen Dan the left doesn't have foreign policy enemies As a matter of fact the left doesn't even have a foreign policy He says the left just has tools they can use in foreign policy to turn around and attack conservatives and freedom lovers here at home And I thought to myself holy Moses this guy's a genius Like it's so true Ned Your dad your whole family's been fighting the country Communist Your entire life in the generation before you but not The New York Times they love to commies They might they were great And now all of a sudden Vladimir Putin is really awful again which he's always been awful You and I have been consistent I'd love to get you thoughts on that because it's a really really wise thing for him to say They don't have foreign policy enemies They just have enemies at home No that's absolutely right I mean wow I'm actually still processing that comment but it's very true And the thing that worries me is that they're using this They always use some of this stuff to try and frame their political enemies at home turn us into domestic terrorists et cetera et cetera But I also think it's true they don't have a domestic foreign policy because they're infantile in children on so many different levels The danger I mean and not to make light of them because they are extremely dangerous in how they approach and treat their domestic political enemies And I tell people all the time Dan it one of the things where I am very aggressive and how I confront my political enemies I'd like to see their careers in whereas they want to see me in some sort of camp maybe even dead So I consider my approach to them and trying to end their political careers like a very fair deal on my part But you're right No I mean they will use any and all means to end us
Lee Smith: Left Doesn't Have Foreign Enemies, Only Political Enemies
"I watched an interview did I think it was with Bannon It might have been a war room I don't remember Yeah it was war room A couple of times this week yeah You did and you said something that blew my mind because it was so spot on It reminded me of something David Horowitz says often You said listen and forgive me if I'm not getting it verbatim correctly but you said something like the left doesn't have foreign enemies The left just has political enemies And I thought holy Moses this guy is so correct The left doesn't have enemies in all other than political enemies They'll leverage the Iranian mullahs Vladimir Putin whatever they need to do to take out proponents of freedom and liberty like you and I If you could just elaborate on that brilliant point Well I mean you just you alluded to it just there A second ago but everyone is making is if the Biden administration is dug in really hard against Vladimir Putin they ate Putin Now we're going to go after Vladimir Putin Do everything we
AJ Has One More Comment on the Woody-Mia Situation
"But let me comment on the woody verse Mia situation. One more time because I hinted in the last show I did that one of the children Moses was a kid who basically said, no, my sister Dillon's lying. And he took the opposite side. He didn't go with the flow. He did initially, but eventually he came around to being team woody because it was eating him up inside. He knew that his father was being taken down brick by brick and it wasn't fair. Now, Moses is a very private person. He's now a therapist and shit went to get his master's degree. Does great work, apparently, doesn't like public attention. You'll never hear from him or see him. But he came out at one point and talked about how the misleading attacks on his father, he didn't want to stay silent about any longer. And the reason why he won't is because he was present for everything that happened in that house before during and after this alleged event that Mia Farrell and Dylan farrow say took
Dan Bongino: You Are Witnessing a Full-Blown Tyranny up North
"Holy Moses You are witnessing a full blown tyranny up north No we're not I'm a liberal I teach a judge now that is not accurate People still have the rights Have the rights to do what you did what Well they can assemble you could assemble to do what But the sign that says we love Judah He's so cute Especially in blackface That's how do those people are allowed to assemble So it's a right to assemble as long as you're not assembling against the forced injection Then that means it's not a right Did you miss that Georgetown law man Did you miss that Freedom Screw your Arnold Schwarzenegger's gonna chime in next That's right Sir I wear a bow tie and I attend many elite cocktail parties down an embassy row That's what makes you an idiot Okay I've got friends who make furniture or a thousand times smarter than you I'm not kidding The lecture you about what freedom really means
NJ State Sen. Ed Durr: I Was Not Shocked on Election Night
"Senator you put your name on the ballot it's obviously an enormous long shot I want folks I just want to give you the contours of what happened here Ed dur at the time was running against the New Jersey Democrat state Senate president This guy Sweeney who was an institution in New Jersey This isn't just some run of the mill politician It is one of the biggest power players in the northeast quarter So Ed the election night results come in you're ahead you're winning I mean what's going through your head like holy Moses this is happening I'm going to win this thing Walk us through what happened Well and I really want to be careful how I say this I don't want this to come off wrong or arrogant but I was not shocked I kind of had that feeling going into election night that I was going to win because of all as you know you running before all the doors you're not going to get a good feel of things And I just had a very good feel going into that night that this was going to be my night for me
Mike Eruzione: The Longest 10 Minutes After Leading Against Soviet Union
"So you come out of the locker room after a second period You score what winds up being the winning goal the fourth goal of the game I think it was the first play Wasn't it a period You're sitting there This goes in the med I mean what's going through your head afterwards outside of I just go do you like holy Moses We could win this thing now You score the goal It's your goal Yeah I scored with ten minutes left to go and it was probably the longest ten minutes of our lives All I thought was we got the lead First of all if it wasn't for Mark Johnson scoring two goals who knows what would have happened in the game So you know the great thing about our team is it was a team Obviously I've always said what el Mark Johnson we don't win because he scored so many goals and so many big goals But our defense all four lines it wasn't it's a cliche sometimes but everybody contributed Everybody did their job Everybody did what they needed to do And played well So I gave us the lead and I was happy that I was able to help the team at some point in the game
Israel: A Nation With No King
"I'm talking to our friend Bill Federer. You can find him at American minute dot com and other places. He's written many wonderful books. Bill, you were just sharing something that is really not often enough mentioned. It's almost never mentioned. So take us back before we have king Saul roughly a thousand BC for 400 years after between Moses and Saul. We have millions of people, the nation of Israel, effectively governing themselves. What am I missing? Right, so Yale has on its coat of arms. Hebrew characters. The scholars at this time were called Christian hebraists, John Sadler, whose sister Anne married John Harvard. You had all these different scholars studying this first 400 year period when Israel came out of Egypt before they got king song. Now, one of my books I wrote is called who was the king in America? And I actually spent a few years researching every century of recorded human history from the elamites, which became Persia to the Assyrian to the neo Assyrians, the Babylonians to Alexander the Great, Julius Caesar, 2000 years of Egyptian pharaohs, 5000 years of Chinese emperors, Indian maharajas, the whole world, the most common form of governments, kings. And with military advancements, these kingdoms get bigger to find the king of England had the biggest. But the first instance in recorded human history of a nation with no king is Israel that first 400 years when they came out of Egypt. So 1400 BC, give or take a couple century Israel comes out of Egypt and for 400 years, no can. We don't really appreciate it until you realize when you look at all the other countries. That this is the first instance in all of recorded human history of a nation with millions of people in no
Moses J. Moseley, actor on 'Walking Dead,' dies at 31
"An an an an actor actor actor actor who who who who was was was was in in in in a a a a popular popular popular popular TV TV TV TV series series series series has has has has died died died died Moses Moses Moses J. J. J. Moseley Moseley Moseley is is is best best best remembered remembered remembered for for for playing playing playing a a a pet pet pet zombie zombie zombie on on on the the the walking walking walking dead dead dead a a a talent talent talent agent agent agent that that that represented represented represented him him him says says says he he he has has has died died died he he he was was was just just just thirty thirty thirty one one one years years years old old old the the the rep rep rep for for for Primera Primera Primera talent talent talent says says says mostly mostly mostly died died died on on on January January January twenty twenty twenty third third third but but but gave gave gave no no no further further further details details details a a a statement statement statement from from from the the the agency agency agency says says says those those those who who who knew knew knew him him him say say say he he he was was was the the the kindest kindest kindest sweetest sweetest sweetest most most most generous generous generous person person person you'd you'd you'd want want want to to to meet meet meet aside aside aside from from from his his his work work work on on on walking walking walking dead dead dead most most most of of of these these these other other other credits credits credits include include include parts parts parts in in in queen queen queen of of of the the the south south south and and and watchmen watchmen watchmen about about about squirrels squirrels squirrels Gabriel Gabriel Gabriel
Sean Davis: The Fight Against Big Tech Is Not Going to Be Led by Politicians
"I think there's a way out but I think it's important that people not assume that it's going to be politicians who get them out There's this feeling you can see it on the right that 2022 is going to be a good year Republicans will take that Congress and then everything will be taken care of And I promise you no it won't Maybe little things on the margin will get fixed but the way out of this is not going to be led by politicians There are people in Congress or people in Washington You talked at the beginning about national divorce I think a subset of that is what I call a parallel economy And I think that's what we're actually going to see happening You're a major part of it now doing what you're doing with rumble with your podcast and all that I think that's the way out and the only downside to that is building up these parallel institutions both in the economy and academia and culture that doesn't happen overnight That takes a long time I mean these institutions that the left took over and hollowed out it took generations for those to be built and they were destroyed almost overnight by the left So we just have to continually and every area of life the economy of culture of art there's going to have to be parallel institutions And I think that's the way out It's not going to be let out by some Moses who springs up out of Congress I don't know Because that's just not how politicians
California sues 'sharing ministry' health insurance plan
"California California is is suing suing with with the the state state Attorney Attorney General General calls calls a a sham sham health health insurance insurance company company operating operating as as a a healthcare healthcare sharing sharing ministry ministry instead instead of of paying paying members members health health care care costs costs the the state state alleges alleges the the company company retained retained as as much much as as eighty eighty four four percent percent of of its its members members payments payments the the lawsuit lawsuit names names the the Elyria Elyria companies companies and and the the Moses Moses family family which which founded founded the the nonprofit nonprofit charity charity ministries ministries incorporated incorporated the the state state says says a a lira lira collected collected hundreds hundreds of of millions millions of of dollars dollars in in premiums premiums from from thousands thousands of of Californians Californians and and others others around around the the U. U. S. S. the the lawsuit lawsuit alleges alleges that that the the company company routinely routinely denied denied claims claims and and spent spent just just sixteen sixteen cents cents of of every every dollar dollar in in premiums premiums on on health health care care expenses expenses I'm I'm Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff
"moses" Discussed on Pine Knoll SSL (High Quality MP3)
"Do think. Just a wide question before the cross. And how do you know that situation. Because of matthew seventeen and the story of the transfiguration so obviously at some point go decides to resurrect him and when god decided to resurrect him the accuser of brethren do here the language of revelation twelve says to god. You can't do that. Interestingly somebody says to god you can do that. And god how does he deal with it. So what is the outcome of this contention. We already know that from matthew. Seventeen satan his overruled yes. How would an american judge say michael. The objection irrelevant or material or calls. Who speculation or think like this. What about overruled. Yes objection overruled. Which is very interesting. Because the scene sumo's are not paid yet. So if you go with the forensic model how can gods resurrect him. Before the death of jesus he sends we're not paid for yet. Hid good does that. And when he son is in a difficult situation and he needs some encouragement who does got sent to encourage jesus and to talk to him about his exodus. Luke nine that he was supposed to accomplish in jerusalem. I dunno ginger about you. But if i got the letter from the g see that i am supposed to take the week of prayer the juicy headquarters i would be scared to death. They don't read the readings that dave right for the rest of the world. They invited the special speakers and they have the week of prayer that special speaker holes for their headquarters. There now imagined they will get invited to the headquarters. And you need to talk to. As one american pastor told them the headquarters of the holy spirit. now that would be pretty scary now. imagine that god says to moses. I have a special task for you. You need to encourage give a pastoral pep. Talk to the son of god. Good luck of you go. So can you read numbers. Twenty without seeing god arbitrary who's punishing moses. Because he says. Oh god. If only i can enter with my foot into the promised. Land if only i can cross jordan and be there and go to no. You're not going to an moses who sees this as a punishment because three times he says always because you israelites. You provoke me. It's your responsibility responded this way. Finally he's resurrected. He has to watch his grandchildren becoming a priest for money and saying to the levite if you pay good salary i will prophesized whatever you want me to say and see their checkered story. And then one day he goes to him go to the mount of transfiguration and give pep talk to the son of god. Ps did he enter the promised land. I mean if he is on the mound of france figuration he got there. Can you see the graciousness of good. And can you see the trust of god that he says. I need to find anyone. Better than moses and elijah to give the bechtol talked to the son of god to encourage him in these difficult times. Can you see the graciousness of god. And what seemed like a unfair decision to moses receive from me that he did not get over it and lord still needs to correct him at the end of his life. And actually it's not because of the people you are still not getting was actually not that bad. But was in the interest of moses to get a different perspective on entering the promised land and being there and fulfilling a greater purpose than just crossing jordan in that year when the rest of the israelites. Could there all right rusty. Remember your question of imagine moses and god and the conversation and i'm imagining moses. Begging got at least three times. Please let me go in. And then we have jesus in the garden against seventy pleading with his father. Please does any other way. And then is moses. Jesus democracy can understand each other because that same somewhat situation effect. That's interesting that you ask that question and do pick up on what irish said in the chat that by the time moses. He's on the mount of transfiguration moses. The servant of god from deuteronomy thirty four five becomes moses. The friend of god. And so god sends him for the encounter as a friend who already shared some significant part of his journey. With jesus in his pre incarnation state and moses can look back at the goodness of the heavenly father who brought him through and bring that message to jesus just as he brought me. He's going to bring you through. They exodus experience because look calls it in chapter nine exodus experience that he was about to accomplish in jerusalem. Sean exodus thirty. Four five seems to be a marvelous confirmation of covenant in the berkeley version. That i'm reading here. It reads then moses. The servant of the lord died in the land of In agreement with the lord's word a really mt stock in this word agreement as covenant in this marvelous phrasing of the servant of the lord as parallel of course to jesus but also parallel to all of these facets of covenant that we have been studying and noticing in the book of deuteronomy as gods initiative. God's ability god's way of providing over and over for his people and so this sense that moses is the servants as a parallel to christ and a confirmation of covenants is a marvellous theme. That i take from exodus. Thirty or response. Yes and so. Here's the conclusion for thirteen weeks. We have been studying deuteronomy as an invitation to get to know god and we can get to know him through remembering remembering the austin the events that great acts of god when he broke into our reality it can remember him through worship experiences. We can remember human get to know him even through the commandments which he asked us to do and get closer to him. If we get it right for the right motivation and we can get to know him in his faithful covenant that he's always faithful covenant entering covenant. Keeping good even when we are not faithful as he was to moses and what moses sees as a great injustice only one after forty years with these people. Can't you be nicer to me when you get a perspective from the end of the story a larger view on it to see how incredibly gracious got is and moses learns lessons could never learn from that perspective from the time the let's pray gracious. Lord thank you for the life and testimony of moses and as we studied these last three speeches in how heavy on his heart was that his children the children of israel would have a good and positive experience in the land of canon. And how he knew that this is not going to happen and the you somehow will need to break through and bring glorious future on another based on their performance. We realize how often we have failed. You not only individually cooperatively is a movement and we realized that cannot blame the leaders. We cannot blame ourselves. The only thing that we can rely on your eternal graciousness your covenant the fact that you want to bring a glorious climax the history of humanity and that you will have a community of people who travel these e-experienced from being the servants of god to becoming god's friends and that's what we aspire to be now and forever in jesus name i'm.
"moses" Discussed on Pine Knoll SSL (High Quality MP3)
"For my eyes because after all of these conversation and focusing with that you are making these epilogue kabuki rodney clear not moses writing. It is god's inspiring somebody to say these most he's to me just put in located on the marginal. My bible saying this is the gospel is good news. This is a summary to hand within good news. Your book at the end of the torah saying if these were the mistakes this the type of library meekest maryland maryland. And this is what god to him. I guess because. I have muggy me. 'cause mountaineers rita and thinking that in pursuit tend to twelfth. Might be what someone would actually right arn mostly Heads if historical place which brings us to the question. Why the lord made sure that his burial place was not known okay. Let's go to sean a quick comment about why his earl place may not be known these people for steeped in the history of paganism setting up. Iol's and it would seem as though that same tendency would take over. Should they have known where moses bert. This was something that god wanted to definitely moves them away from to promote the more active understanding of his presence in their life and the worship of the true. My original question prior to you asking about was is it significant or would it be significant at all daniel for us to know the author that confirm these lashed statements about most re. Don't would it be at all significant to know who would place that type of credentialing upon moses obviously someone during the time of israel and maya and they collected the writings and back to what henry said not the fact that obviously there was an editor to the book. Nothing takes away from it. So these are nineteenth century. Notion that for something to be valuable needs to be historically true as we understand and define it in twentieth or twenty first century. We didn't get that from reading the bible previously. I suggested to you when we talked to lessons ago. About the use of deter. Lami in all districts and the reform of jessica that obviously the parts in your journal me where you can see the hand of the later editor but still. It's an inspired book. And it only shows us that the community of people benefited from the book throughout the centuries and they tried to update it and make it relevant for them saw. Somebody said nobody knows still today where he's buried. That symptoms only makes sense if you write it long after the death of moses at a transmitter and so it's easy to get stuck in nineteenth century roots and definition of what is true. Look at the problem. It creates for the synoptic problem. The matthew says that. When jesus finished the sermon on the mount leper came to him and says if you could make me clean because when you listen how good you are supposed to be in love your enemies and turn the other cheek etcetera feel. I am unclean man. I can't do this. And so he puts a story about the man who comes to jesus says. Can you make me clean. And jesus says is the problem with me. of course i can. And he touched him. And of course luke who does a little bit more research as he says in the introduction of his gospel he puts the story elsewhere. Chronologically but matthews. Not concerned whether it happened chronologically and there because he has some other intention and so. This is just a gentle nudge to benefit from the scripture. As we have it today and not to get stuck in the nineteenth century roots of adventists at a personal level. Something that i really have appreciated is what happened to moses at the end of his life and that is some people say. You can't teach bulldog tricks that here is moses at the very end of his life. And what is god doing. He continues to teach continues to help. Moses continued to grow. Even to the end i find that very comforting message that i am not too old that i should not continue to expect that god will continue to help me to grow and to expand my horizons. Just the way with moses. Thank you and that's the answer the question. What is the lesson for us today and it's an important lesson. Let's go to peter brucie. If it will know the barrel of noses it will be a little bit like in new york with married. The metal jesus there will be big edge. Tool the barrel of moses it could be the thousands and thousands will go there. Yes if you have ever been to jerusalem you know that the grave of david is there and you know what happens with that one. So we'll go in the next section and we need to finish by now. why the grave of moses. He's not there. But we have the grave of david rita basically. I think that's things that some of you are. most of. You will remember recently in the news a crush. Well lots of people lost. James were killed in a crush on a pilgrimage to the shrine to buy a keva who is a first century. Rabbi who has an enormous following and dangerous course is that as being alluded to that it is the occupant the grave that is revered rather than the person who dat capable was trying to portray to the people and what could certainly didn't want he wanted the people to to him and not look to alexis because they already looked to moses yes and of course the lesson for us is that the mistakes of one person cannot derail goats purposes so moses made. He's share of mistakes by the israeli will still get into the promise. Land they can delay it significantly from the once human life perspective so they will enter the promised land forty years later than originally intended. Moses will not enter it physically. But let's go to the next section and jerry. Can you read. Jude verse nine. So only one chapter so whereas nine and win the ark angel. Michael contended with the devil and disputed about the body of moses. He did not dare to bring a condemnation of slander against him. But said the lord rebuke q. So is a text which comes dangerously close to the first century writing the assumption of moses that somebody wrote later and we going to discuss the implication of the fact that the non inspired writing is quoted in the new testament inspired writing because we at the end of our time. We should have finished before but here is the thing poses climbs mountain. Would you like to know what the lord told him in his last moments how he comforted him how much she showed him about the future and then he dies is would say and god stood on a god his coffin and the lord than buried him does the undertake job. And then some time. There is this contention about the body of moses and the contention is about michael and the satan now. Here's a question for you was the contention before the cross or after the cross..
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"The first speech that moses gifts even with me the lord was angry on your count saying you also shall not enter their okay. So moses says and god goes angry with me why because of you guys you caused it. Now that's the beginning of the first speech. Chapter three verse. Twenty six is the end of the first speech. You're telling me three twenty six theory but the lord was angry with me on your account and would not heed me to lord said to me enough from you. Never speak to me of this matter again. So at the end of the chapter says. And i went back to golden. I said this was not a fair call. You need to change the decision and go says no. I'm not going to change the decision. You are not getting it. And he said don't talk to me about it. I'm not going to change my mind which is very interesting. Because in the hebrew bible god changes his mind all the time but he saying i'm not going to change my mind on this so listen to the second speech in chapter four. Where twenty one shortly. An experience leader like moses. We'll learned the lesson. Lourdes was angry with me. Because of you. And he vowed that. I should not cross the jordan and that i should not enter the good land that the lord your god is giving for your possession so moses is saying very clearly you know you guys why i am not entering into the promised. It's because of you. Do you see the guilt trip. He's putting on them. You are responsible for me being in this mess. And so let's go to the third speech. We're told me thirty to fifty one. That's the song of moses because both of you broke faith with me among the israelites at the waters of bath. Cavendish in the wilderness of sin by failing to maintain my holiness among the israelites. Let's start with verse forty-eight eight on that very day. The lord addressed moses as follows ascend this mountain of a baram mounteney bow which is in the land of moab across from jericho and view the land of canaan which i am giving to the israelites for possession. You shall die there on the mountain you ascend and shall be gathered to your kin as your brother. Aaron died on mount hor and was gathered to his kin. Let me add short. Bs you have been talking in these speeches that you are not entering their because of the people saw god says. Let me correct. That was fifty one. Because both of you broke faith with me among the israelites. At the waters of maribeth cavendish in the wilderness of zinn by failing to maintain my holiness among the israelites of therefore you will see the land only from a distance. But you will not enter into it. So god provides the correction so notice that even moses is not learning the lesson which brings us to chapter thirty four the next segment of our lesson thirty four verses one to five then moses went up from the plains of moab to mounteney bow to the top of pisgah which is opposite jericho and the lord showed him. The whole land gilead as far as dan all nafta lie the land of fram and manasseh alva land of judah as far as the western see the negative and the plane. That is the valley of jericho. The city of palm trees as far as though are the lord said to him. This is the land of which i swore to abraham to isaac and jacob saying i will give it to your descendants. I have let you see it with your eyes but you shall not cross over there. Then moses the servant of the lord died there in the land of moab at the lord's command so after pronouncing the final blessing on the people moses climbs mount me bowl and then he receives a panoramic vision of the land before he dies and then he dies. So what is the role of the death of moses endure. Tommy easy to miss. It's in verse five. Have a look adores five. How he's moses colo in verse five that serving the lord. Yes that's correct so it's the first time that somebody in the bible is called the servant of the lord. Now he is one hundred twenty years old. Joseph died when he was one hundred ten. He's is wearing not week. Strength was not gone so he's still healthy. He's death is not because of the lack of physical health. Now have you heard about the servant of the lord. What role does it play in the oldest cement moses. He's the first but nonetheless. I mean the previous quarter. We had elisa remember. The title will become a trajectory for expression of another servant. Who through his death will make atonement and unite god and be and what is the purpose of the death of moses for autism and community. Let's read versus ten to twelve. Let's start with nine. Joshua's san of was full of the spirit of wisdom because moses had laid his hands on him and the israelites obeyed him doing as the lord commanded moses by the way how does moses no this how. Israelites tweeted joshua. Okay let's redo never. Since has there arisen. Prophet in israel like moses whom the lord new face to face he was unequaled for all the signs and wonders that the lord sent him to perform in the land of egypt against faroe and all his servants and his entire land for all the mighty deeds and all the terrifying displays of power that moses performed in the sight of all israel What is that. How would you call this zone. Obviously a summary statement and the summary statement is not from the position of moses already in verse five. We learned that moses surrender the lord died there in moab as lawyer said the lord buried him but to this day. which is this day. he's day when moses. He's writing this to this day. Nobody knows where he's gravies. That's obviously written way. After moses and then versus ten to twelve scenes then until today no profit has risen in israel like moses so easy perspective for much later than somebody looks back at israel history sees many prophets. Come and go. But they say there was something special about this guy moses. there was something special about. He's wrong in our national history. And that's why he has this position of authority and he's five books of the torah in the canon of the old testament and there is a hope that one day prophet like moses remember trading real appear in israel and. That's the history of israel will continue to better heights and better results than it is today. So do you see how the conclusion of drew. Tommy shows the importance of moses in his time for his people as leader for the detroit. Book of deuteronomy. You know he gives three speeches and then he dies for the pentateuch for the oldest stomach community and was we understand that than we can ask okay and any lessons for us today. Can we see the gold is loving and forgiving. let's go to henry. I really appreciate the way that you open the text.
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"A total involvement with reality. and perhaps that's the purpose of the bible is to give us in all these different stories and methods real view of what's really reality in god's universe okay all right. Let's go to exodus. Seventeen one to seven. I'm the wilderness of sin the whole congregation of the israelites journeyed by stages as the lord commanded they camped at referendum but. There was no water for the people to drink. The people quarreled with moses and said give us water to drink. Moses said to them. Why do you quarrel with me. Why do you test the lord. But the people thirsted there for water and the people complained against moses and said why did you bring us out of egypt to kill us and our children at our livestock with thirst. So moses cried out to the lord. What shall i do with these people. They're almost ready to stone me. The lord said to moses go on ahead of the people and take some of the elders of israel with you take in your hand the staff with which you struck the nile and go. I will be standing there in front of you on the rock at horrib- strike the rock and water will come out of it so that the people may drink. Moses did so in the side of the elders of israel he called the place massa and moraga because the israelites coralled and tested the lord saying is the lord among us or not okay and he's similarities with what we read in numbers twenty. Can you see it in a different light now. Same place or similar situation. And god says go and strike the road that you used to strike nile and this will be the solution and let's read two chapters before exodus fifteen twenty two. Then moses ordered israel to set out from the red sea and they went into the wilderness of sure they win for three days in the wilderness and found no water and reduce when they came to mira they could not drink the water of mera because it was bitter that is why it is called mira and the people complained against moses saying what shall we drink he cried out to the lord and the lord showed him a piece of wood. He threw it into the water and the water became sweet. Okay so here's the situation that the whole nation is without water. Finally they come to. The water is not drinkable. And god says okay. This is the way how we will deal with it. He threw in a piece of wood and the water became okay as the whole company. The whole nation was able to drink from it in chapter. Seventeen they come to the situation wiles again. There's no water people. Complain and god says take the role that you use to strike nile and strike the road and be will understand that i am providing for them. Well did he doing the first thing sense. He provided graciously generously. But did he do in the second instant it provided for them. Graciously generously the gushing water. So the whole group of people and livestock. Everybody had enough water. Can you imagine how much water was needed for a company like that now. Fast forward through numbers. Twenty new generation will start complaining. Why did you bring us out of egypt. God says to him. Go talk to the rock. Iva provide the solution. Have you ever encountered a male that was challenged in repeating the instructions or getting the details of some instruction so mall this goes and faces a situation and he's in a situation that he has faced before but does he do as a leader ginger. He relies on what worked before and says. Oh we have a solution that were in other parts of the world in other parts of history and other geographical place. Let me. do that gets into trouble. So if you do the undecided reading if you read numbers twenty in light of the preceding story exodus fifteen seventeen. Can we get a different perspective on. What's going on here larry. I was reflecting on what you've been saying and the verses that terry has been reading the kurd me that there's a possibility and i don't know how true this is but beginning with the exodus force or demonstrations of force were always being used. Now we are. It's eleven fifty nine and we're one minute away from new guide is saying okay daniel. You're going to wish them a happy new year in one minute. I'd like you to do something a little bit different this time because i want them to understand. It's i'm in the still small voice. Not in the fire that in the earthquake. Not in the wind and moses for whatever reason chose not to do what he was instructed to do in failed to allow guys to demonstrate the progression that he was hoping people would understand. Is that a possibility at all from what you were saying. sure sure. Of course the question is will by the children of israel supposed to learn from this. But yeah why not okay. Good rita putting this three episodes side-by-side something. I haven't really appreciate for in the fattest fun. The will to stay but on poltical so it was matron the second time the quiz hit so you could imagine that if there was survival in the hit fine creating a fisher in that rock by hitting it than water could come out but the nicest clear connection with exodus. Yeah and then the third time. It's just speak to send this nothing. You could do physically to make work to come out to the rock which should be saying pops. Moldova lesson for moses and base reliance. Because we're now by the topic. Lost a second generation laid just had the stories passed down to some of the miser big savings first time narok was struck. Perhaps but this is showing that. I can give you something out of nothing and showing people that the goodness of god that leads them to repentance and by him getting upset with people he presents goethe's angry when he's not angry because they think wow the old gentle guy who never gets upset. God this wide with anger. Imagine what the big bus in the sky. How opposite he must be because he says because he did not trust in me and you did not on are me as holy in the sight of israelites. So thank you very much. Yeah well well said now. What did moses learned from this derek. Any redo turn on me. One thirty seven remember. We are in the quarter under tournament. It's three speeches. Three sermons of moses so deuteronomy one thirty seven. He's.
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"Not forgiving. Yes back ginger. And if i may add to that it's really better when a leader is unbalanced than when they're feeling balanced because when you're unbalanced you have to rely on god to carry you and your organization through and that's a much healthier place than when you feel solid and like you know what to do. And i think that after this many years in the wilderness. Moses probably had a pretty good handle on what he thought that he should do and it was time for a new leader that unbalanced nece can be a very very healthy thing in the life of a leader. And when you get too comfortable. Maybe it's time to move on and find another sense of imbalance where you have to rely on the lord. Thank you to the that message for the world is about. The character of god had just occurred to me that here in this metaphor of the children of israel about to go into the promised land in a sense. It's kind of like us. Where before the time become gone. And our responsibility. Like moses had the responsibility of chairing the character got louis sharing about as a parent and not being the most patient bother all the time. Allocate moses didn't go. Wow it's amazing only once i did it many times then looking at god or god was angry. I just wanted to forgive and lead to repentance. It's very humbling. Tomatoes to consider that but back to the last message for the world. It behooves us. I think to be drawn into this relationship with god. That is so amazing that we can give that message of who he is to the last interested in this world. Okay thank you back to. The only way that i can represent god to others is to have him in dwelling me. Constantly and for moses who was in that position as parents who are in us positions got understands impatience. He's always loving always forgiving and he wants us to grow beyond that and to understand that we have this wonderful privilege of having him in phyllis and direct us moment by moment day by day and night falls short. He's always there to forgive. And to help me grow. But i cannot represent god without god and the holy spirit. I try to do by the rules. Even if try to be good i cannot apart from his into welling. Okay thank you so when you come to a story like this how do you read it. What does it mean. God says because you did not believe in me. How do you understand now. Basically the three perspectives. How you can deal with it. The oldest and the most typical is to moralize the story so to find some good moral lessons in it. So you find the lessons about leadership. You find the lessons about israelites. You find the lessons about moses this now of course the question is how is this different from reading fables. Remember the about the fox and the bird and the bird has the cheese in the league and the fox ones the cheese and comes and says what a wonderful bird but the problem is that the birdies mute and the bird wants to show. It's not me on. Opens the beak that she's foes out the folks get to the cheeses says the bird might not be nude but it certainly done now. Think twice before you say something because you might be perceived as dumb you know. There is a deep profound moral lesson in easib stable but is that the purpose of the bible so the first impression is to moralize it and to find something. How is that different from reading the new section of your local newspaper so you can also see what's happening this story from the history of israel but you can find a story from history of america history of united kingdom or wherever the senators off a local story and find some more lessons leaders than leadership from there and of course then the other one that was quite popular throughout the history of christianity is to spiritual eyes the story and that is to find some deeper meaning or as one of the church fathers origin would say any fool can see the obvious meaning but it takes really spiritual person to find the deeper meaning and so you might say that for the hebrew mind. Moses represents the law because he wrote the first five books which in the old testament section of the bible called the law and he was the one who brought the ten commandments from the mountain down to the people and so the physical journey to the promised land parallels the spiritual journey that we are taking and the law is important. But it's not going to take us into the promised land. It's an important guide but he cannot save us from our egypt. You need the blood of the land to do that. And you need to not only the low you need the prophets and that's why on the transfiguration mountain. Besides moses. the law giver will be elijah the greatest of the old testament prophets so. The law is helpful in our journey but when we stumbled points us back to christ who provides forgiveness and direction and. I'm pretty sure that you have hurt ceremony. Into this regard that the law cannot get us into the promise. Land only following joshua and remember in hebrew issue or ingred. Jesus yes who can do that. So moses who represents the law needs to die in the wilderness but cannot take us into the promised land and you can make the similar argument for aaron who dies in this chapter and the logistical priesthood. So you need a better priest and other priests now. These are the two most common ways how we deal with the story but what we are trying to teach you. Here is the so-called antecedent reading. Read in the light of the preceding and. So we'll go into that. So let's go to gary first and then it that means a fear following a spiritual lays as ation the interpretation or devaluation or whatever that means that moses had to do that because otherwise if he had that were than the law would've taken into the promised land so loud couple questions about the who literally of following that kind of reasoning. I don't think had to die not gone to the promised land. I think very possible he could have been. I'm not sure what is rolling promised. Land was he saved have been very adaptable throughout his life. He had many different roles. As princes of military leader is a shepherd as a a personnel led the people on the land evita. I'm pretty sure that whatever role would have been necessary in palestine. He would been able to adapt to it yet. Sure and that's with the hindsight. But i was just giving examples held. The preachers usually try to make sense of this story by allah grinding away. But definitely you're right. Nancy your question of what is the purpose of these stories and compared to the fables and things like that. I thought of what i recently heard dr ni say. I just listened to some of his lectures. He asked what is truth. You know jesus said i am the truth. The way life and he explained truth represents.
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"We will go into that. In a second larry when i went back and looked at they commandment that deals with not taking god's name vein and then looking up those words in the dictionary. It finally dawned on me what i read the easy to read. Version the easy to read version says you make empty promises in god's name and it was clear that what moses was doing is are we going to bring the water which was a totally empty promise because he was not capable of bringing the water so i was kind of struggling with all of that and began to realize it was tantamount to what lucifer done before. I never really realized that in that way. Okay and of course. People gather against moses and aaron asking why did you bring us out of egypt to go through these difficult experience. And so the temptation from moses a to say hey you guys you rebels. Are we supposed to take care of you. So they are responding directly to the accusation unfair accusation but in doing so they draw attention to themselves rather them to good new. When i read the notes rams notes. I was so struck with the thought and it just really was impressive to me. How that moses was missed representing god and the character of god and that that is the worst thing that any of us can do. Because that's what lucifer did at the very beginning. And moses was a respected leader and for him in that moment to misrepresent the true character of god it was just the worst thing that could happen and it brought out in there. How many times have some of our brethren or whatever misrepresentative the character of god in their presentations and do we ever deal with that. Not really so. I think that a huge issue about this lesson and really did. Strike me as i was reading. How important it is that we as christians. That connection is so so daily refreshed and constant the feeling of the holy spirit that we do not misrepresent the beautiful character of god to our family. Our children and everybody around us. Let's go to henry and ginger. Although in copenhagen grabs perspective about that incident and killed me a large and they passed. I have studied do looking for additionally there because nothing comes scary right. Miami's representing guy. Then that feeling that you need to be in peace with god. Because he's different. Starts to banish when i started wondering now made me service anthony's gotta and something doesn't add up to me so i have been looking for the defense of trinity for option for more apple. Steak were probably worse perspective. But that swaggie working on and i think that yes for the people at that time stroke message was important but i am not the people that time they expedience that event and they took what they could for so now again. These was bright enough to fact the nina's for me for us until everybody leading after the fact. So what am i taking. i'm taking. Hey be careful. What child deng is representative director of god. The irs dan. He won't let you in. We have the benefit longer. He got into place so that tells me that there was a different purpose for these thirty degree and to me. The story is it doesn't matter you may have making mistake but forgiving ghost continues to work with you. Because we don't know what they were between moses and god after the fact that he was working up to amount to allow god to sleep. We don't know what the conversation was. That moses was so in peace to know that he was going to a place with no return and he was complaining. He was not crying. He was not an anguish. He was going up sure that he was to save blades. So that to me is important. That yogurt limits so busted message to me run hand you still have to work with god and the second one is what challenge trying to get leary was mentioning about the leadership. He missed up moses as leadership but the purpose was forgot to show the people. It's not most as the one that he's staking you think you henry before we go to ginger back to what lou mentioned if people know that moses is considered one of the humblest people if he's the cool guy and he got this upset. What is the impression that people must have mean. They all must feel. Oh is the old guy. The old man got this white with anger. Imagine how angry must be the big boss. There was the reality. Was it good. He's not angry with them. That god says just go and speak gently to the rock. Maybe the goodness of god can lead them to repentance. Maybe they can get a different perspective on this whole issue ginger. Of course we all bring our context to the reading of the text. And as i'm reading about the israelites. Going into canaan. And i'm thinking about how they saw moses as a leader i see a very different way in other parts of the world in which people look at leaders in the western context. Were constantly tearing them down. Frankly where critiquing them. We think we know better. We judge what would be the better way to go. And so on. There are many cultures in which they respect their leader and the leader stands in a special place for them. Which moses did i think for these people i have never in my life been prayed for so much as in the position that i am in right now and i appreciate it a great deal. I also recognize the risks. And i think moses had the same risks when you look at a leader in a certain way and you expect them to lead you and provide for you and show you the right way. Then when they make a misstep it is easy to or it is natural to provide some explanation. That makes it okay. So i think that as you were saying just now. Moses was standing in some way in the place of god for them and in his reactions was revealing. a picture of god was not so good. Does god forgive absolutely but another thing that i've seen over time. Is that leaders come. For particular time in the life of that organization and moses had. Maybe i shouldn't judge moses many times we reach what we can do and we have done it. Perhaps to the best of our ability perhaps poorly but then that's as far as we should carry the organization and at this point if moses had gone into the promised land and been in a comfortable place where he was revered and looked up to in that kind of way. How would he have dealt with that. What picture would the people have seen. How much would he have said. I provide this for you. Or i must get that for you. Rather than really truly being humble and realizing that everything came from god and expressing that to the people so this whole idea of leadership and god and how god works through leaders on people and how culture intersects with that is just a very interesting set of thoughts for me us and the products of their best before and sell by date stamped on them. Do the leaders have. Also you know best before or us by this date and after that Not going to be that good. Yeah and he's got forgiving whole by the end of the lesson. We will see what you can't see from the story because reading the story is easy to come to the conclusion. That god is arbitrary and.
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"Could ambitions whilst gov with these people putting up with all of these complaints and leaving dame and being beijing with them for forty years and now even keno beckon events that they were going to behave like k. Convenience to stick with them and now he's getting ready to take them into the newland into the promised. Land full of sugar cholesterol. Let's you were saying. And he smoked having any problem with that because no issue at all without people because he has mentioned before. You're not going there because you're good. You're going in there. Because i admitted price because i have a plan and i think that's beautiful purpose of oz really this story instead of focusing on the people who have your behavior we need to focus on your reason why these stories and the dow going there because of the promise made to abraham and the yes. It's based on god's faithfulness. Lisa thank you henry. I like henry's perspective for my question is daniel did. They know that they were very close to entering the promised. Land do they know they were almost there. Yes they certainly didn't have the gps and you wonder how many ex slaves can read the map given the capacity how some people are able to read them up fifty years ago. Remember the famous conversation. Start of controversy when the husband says to the wife. Can you read them up. And tell me wary. Turn the next junction in those days. When you head the driver and then the someone else who had to read the maps all yeah. It's very difficult to know. How much geographic orientation. They have where they are and how far they are. I have a funny cartoon. But i can't locate it immediately. It's moses his wife's walking in the desert and they come up to service days jan store and she says to him. Don't you think after forty years in might be a good idea to ask for directions. It's very funny. Let's you know i'm sympathetic. With those people justifying their behavior. But i'm very sympathetic. To their behavior. And i think henry presented a good perspective on it. Okay thank you john. My responses relation to a comment that was made in the chat talking about how it is interesting that we still continue to blame god and it's pervasive today and that comic was from ira's by god for all that's wrong in this world is very pervasive in our world today. That was the comment. Yes ban. And i think that's logical. I know it's something that makes people uncomfortable. But i think that's a logical reaction to someone hearing that god is all knowing all powerful owns the universe created the universe and then you see something happening in the world that you're like okay so there is this being that has the power to control absolutely everything. It's hard for us as humans to see how that being can choose not to. Because i guarantee i'm willing to you know. Put my reputation out there to say if all of us here had all the power in the universe. We already have a list of the things that we will fix today right leg. It's not any one of us is going to be thinking. Well you know there is free whale and i should absolutely respect bat. Most of us are like okay. Tulsa world hunger goes this goes like we have all of these things and so if you believe in god that can do all of that and can fix all of that but you live in a world where you see all of that pain. I think a natural inclination is to say then. Why are you here like. Why are you snapping into fix all of this and it takes. I think a lot of time and effort and decent teachers and people in your life that hope you see that they are reasons behind it. Even though if you were making decisions you may not necessarily be okay with people having free. Well okay thank you back to at least saw and than keith. Even though we hear the general reaction of the general people. I have to believe that there were others within that group who grew during this experience who had parents that spoke positively about what god had done for them how he brought them out of egypt all of that that they communicated in a positive way the past history and there were people in that group that experience girls so it's just kind of a general thing and frequently. What did they say. The squeaky wheel gets the grease. You know but don't you think that in that there were people who grew who grew close to god whose parents communicated the past experiences in such positive ways that it developed faith and trust in god so sure like joshua and caleb girls only two but still you know a new see how it takes for the mass reaction to respond in the crowd in your way. The majority of people respond. So that's also a good lesson from this introduction keith. Going back to jones said about how people of the golden we all have a list of what god should and shouldn't do and they were very clever with wall would be a good thing to do. Until gold suddenly treads on our toes and deals in areas that he should be leaving alone. Because we don't want those touch and then the perspective is very different. Yes and notice the structure of the chapter so in verse one. Miriam who was the oldest remember. She was about seven years old. When moses born she dies and then at the end of the chapter verse twenty two to twenty nine arun diced and the story in the middle is about why moses is going to die and not to enter the promised land in other words. You aren't going to misunderstand. The death of moses unless you read numbers twenty. Why could not enter the promised land. So terry let's read on then. Moses and aaron went away from the assembly to the entrance of the tent of meeting they fell on their faces and the glory of the lord appeared to them. Lord spoke to moses saying take the staff and assemble the congregation. You and your brother. Aaron and command the rock before there is to yield its water thus you shall bring water out of the rock for them. Thus you shall provide drink for the congregation and their livestock. So moses took the staff from before the lord as he had commanded him moses and aaron gathered the assembly together before the rock and he said to them. Listen you rebels. Shall we bring water for you out of this rock. Then moses lifted up his hand and struck the rock twice with his staff. Water came out abundantly and the congregation and their livestock drank. But the lord said to moses aaron because you did not trust me to show my holiness before the eyes of the israelites therefore you shall not bring this assembly into the land that i have given them right. Would you make the story. Joe tuygan the reaction of not following. God's wishes i begin to when the weather coal congregation on the assembly forgot who is leading them. The people glenn moses and aaron and moses narran seemed just totally ignore what god said and this seems to reflect the whole experience of the relationship people had in the wilderness with god. It does if you didn't even realize those there's if worked to say yes and.
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"Number thirteen deuteronomy fourth quarter two thousand twenty one daniel. Duda morning everybody. I want to extend a warm welcome to everybody. Who was here. This bible study and everybody who listening from afar. The last lesson in the quarter deuteronomy is what we will be studying under. The leadership of daniel tudor. The title is the resurrection of moses. Dave will doesn't prayer all over heavenly father. We thank you for this opportunity to get together from all over the world to study your word and opportunity to get you know you better. We ask that you be with us and open our minds and hearts than be with daniel as allegiance in jesus name amen. Amen thank you david. Thank you race so here. We are the lost. Listen auma the quarter under ptolemy number thirteen and of course it deals with the resurrection of moses. Interestingly enough which is an idea not from deuteronomy if you look at what you are supposed to read for this week's study the only thirteen verses from deuteronomy. The lesson itself can be divided into three parts. The scene of moses and then the death and resurrection of moses and then the resurrection of all us about interestingly only the death of moses is from the book of your tournament so if you see a statement that saw and saw was the humblest person who ever lived and you start inquiring home. That's interesting and by the way soul who've row debt and you discover that actually it's moses who wrote that. Moses was one of the humblest person who ever lived. How would that come across in your culture. He's way was saying that. That person was extremely full of himself. Yeah so that would not be heavy. See you the whale and actually would work against that for some now. Of course you need to realize that in that culture this is not something that would be considered a desirable trait at something that people would aspire to and say if only. I could be the humblest person that would be an achievement. It's like winning french open or nhl or whatever sport you believe in soul we come to the end of your tournament and listen to suggest that we start with the story of the sin of moses and although the actual story is not found in the book of deuteronomy. We already discovered that before that you know we have thirty four chapters in determining you would expect that in thirteen weeks you take two in half chapter each betham. That's how you cover the whole book about this quarter. We did topical study. And you are not going to understand why moses needs to die before he enters the promise land unless you understand the story of the scene of moses so numbers twenty and i twelve or be israelites. The whole congregation came into the wilderness of zinn in the first month and the people stayed in cavendish. Mariam died there and was buried there now. There was no water for the congregation. So they gathered together against moses and against erin. The people quarreled with moses and said would that we had died when our kindred died before the lord. Why have you brought the assembly of the lord into this wilderness for us at our livestock to die here so when you hear or read in deuteronomy twenty verse one that it was the first month's do understand what it is talking about in the first month the whole is rod community arrived desert of zinn. So what you need to realize is. This is the first month of the fortieth year. Okay so that means. They have been traveling for forty years camping and traveling for forty years and so most of the exodus generation has died. The next generation begins that journey to the promise land and of course the full of ing chapters will give you the stories of their victories and their defeats. But you need to understand. This is the first month of the fortieth year so we have a completely new generation here that we are dealing with and that brings us to read to us. What they say are they saying well. We can't wait to be in that good and promised land flowing with sugar and cholesterol gary. No they're accusing. Moses bringing them out air to either kill them or let them die from the elements if moses had something to do with it irish when you read that it echoes basically a previous response and repeated response. It's almost like a student who cannot learn from experience. And may we feel tempted sometimes to fall in the same ditch but it is sad in this case. Here there is a very real experience of god's faithfulness. There is the repeated experience of god intervening supernatural in the desert when there is no water and he faithfully provides and here. We are a generation later. God has walked with them. Forty years through the desert and here comes the test again and sure enough. They fall into the same ditch they complain. They question god's faithfulness. They question his very presence with them and it seems like the students doesn't have the aptitude to learn anything. Yes so they take the outward circumstances as a measurement of god's inclination towards them or the expression of god's character how god is so. If my circumstances are bad that means something is wrong with god although as you said they have been for forty years in the wilderness and god provided the water and the food and the clothing for them so they had the evidence of god providing water for forty years. David thompson says in the chat. It's interesting that it was exactly the same accusation against moses as that relational made early on by the previous generation. Where did these new generation get that idea. It had to be from their parents. So does that mean that. The attitude was perpetuated throughout the whole journey. So people don't want to take responsibility for the outcome themselves so the easiest thing is to blame somebody else either the leaders or somebody in a position of responsibility and that can easily become a toxic mindset and a perpetuating cycle that you learn it from your parents. Let somebody else's responsible that we are in this situation. Teaching seminary students very few students have the emotional maturity to say. Actually the paper that i wrote was pretty. Rubbish was not very good. Usually they say oh. The teacher is dangerous liberal. The teachers don't understand my precious insights. You know jesus sees it. The way i do and it's only these teachers don't see the way we do. And so that's an example from the life of her teacher of theology professor henry i go different perspectives about this story or is yes. This new generation cuss always heard the same complaints. So what options. The you have right these european. But you've been taught what you have heard from your bearings. The be annulled one to lead itchy so kissed. You're happy days. Nothing could wake up a pinal class in the Try to show you in alternative talk with the rhetoric penny so i think the distorted here has a different view and this is the perspective and trying to see on this story. Is that on one hand. All of this was greeted after the fact meaning. All of these people have already passed to that so it was written for us to see how.
"moses" Discussed on Revision Path
"And i mean eventually they have gotten someone into a black woman like you mentioned about black women kind of coming into to clean up these messes and i don't know her so i'm not gonna speak ill of her. They've historically had black women in that position to kind of help out with diversity with the chapter. I wish them. Well be yeah. You know. I don't know who this individual is. I'll just speak from the perspective. That i was a black woman who was brought in to help. Clean up this mess. A diversity inclusion and it's not something that is our responsibility to clean up and i also what bothers me when you were talking about the groups that aig caters to it's like we. As black people had to navigate white spaces since we were children. And i cannot just irks the crap outta me win. Why people say that they don't know any black people or that like how can we network with some of these people organization. I'm just like the privilege. Do like the the to have people come and work for your organization. But you don't know a single black person in your network is that should make you feel gross. That should make you disappointed in yourself that you don't have any other substantial relationships with people of color on your city like i just find that to be discussing in you or had like you are like the top of privilege to be able to do that because let me tell you. I know a ton of white people. Because i have to know a ton of white people. And it's like y'all can't even bother yourselves with like being able to name five black people that are not maurice jerry and who are not antoinette. Carol like a black. I'm saying it's so lazy and that just it just succumbing because we are the ones with the stereotype laziness right. Ooh they'll get talking of it here. You have this very unique. And i think it's of course very informed perspective around the design community and everything. I just wanted know to you like what does it mean to be a designer today. You know i think because my perspective is really been shifted to to black liberation. Like i think that being a designer we should be striving to use our talents in our creative abilities to provide opportunity means and to right wrongs of that have been shown to assist orrick in. I think understanding that as a designer in itself that title has so much power. We are the ones to set out. What experiences are people walking through. Airports like that is a whole lot of power and if we can make it so that people are starting to see black people in airports more somehow using some creative exhibition like that's just a very tiny little thing. But i think that we as a designer like we have to be able to recognize problems. Be able to talk about those problems without being on nervous uncomfortable. Because you're white and you don't wanna talk about race understand that problem be able to say okay. What am i doing to perpetuate that issue. What am i. What can i do to change the ways that i am to help. Bring healing ted issue or closure to the issue. Whatever it is. So i think that as designers it really is about..
"moses" Discussed on Revision Path
"At some point you gotta say what i've been saying which is like when is it supposed to win is helping my by black joy my black liberation and if it's not we got to cut it off like their life is really. It really is too short for us to be sitting here. Exhausting ourselves trying to teach people why racism is wrong. And so with the lacey. Ep there is definitely some movement that happened. I will say the legalism of naacp is what will stop progress from the naacp. I think that the naacp is hesitant to change especially liked progressive inclusive. Change therefore black people but not all black people. I mean you can't really talk about clearness in those spaces. You can't really talk about sexism in those spaces can't even really talk about being an atheist or not being christian in those spaces and so while there is some good that some of these organizations have done. I would say if. I have my choice which i do to be in organizations or not. Do i want to continue to be hated on for just existing. Absolutely not so. I don't think i'm going to be a part of some of those spaces anymore. If i don't have to so while i did amazing work because my ancestors and because you know i got that black magic i would say that there are still some things that i think internally they need to work on it. I can't necessarily saw those. That's not is not something. I had the power to adjust for them. Yeah i mean. I think what you're also volunteering for two organizations like that at the time aside from just the actual time and energy takes is feels like you're going back and forth between aig which seems to be more of a predominantly white space and end up lacey pe- predominantly black space but then them each having their own issues that are isolated from that if that makes any sense absolutely. Yeah so i'm looking at aig. A is dealing with racism as a whole right and anti as a whole. And then i go into this. Nbc piece space and it's like they are also dealing with anti blackness like within our own internalized. Racism that's happening within that community and so it's just showing up because we have all been socialized under the same exact system it shows differently depending on what community ran. But yeah you're dealing with just a different side you're just talking with a different side of the oppression and still oppression you know cut and dry. I don't wanna get on here and bash. Aig i mean. I'll bash my local chapter because they've committed that about the diversity thing. I remember this was years and years ago. i had. I think they want me to do something with the chapter around diversity but they didn't want to give me a director level. They wanted to be like a chair. Level or co chair. Or something. Like that and i was like you know. Diversity affects the chapter at all levels like it affects membership. It affects our student groups. And things like that. Secondly i kind of told him this flat out like we live in atlanta. And i'm not about to be your negro whisperer because you don't wanna talk to black students and black design professionals like i'm not going to be that person you've been around in the city long enough and folks that are affiliated with the chapter here know that like it caters to scattered students art institute of atlanta students. Maybe if you're an art major at georgia tech and georgia state or something like that. Don't go to one of these. spca us learning. And then for you. Sorry for you and i was just because you don't want to talk to the black people that live past highway twenty then he. That's not going to be me. I'm not going to be the translator. Yeah yeah..
"moses" Discussed on Revision Path
"Yeah i mean it did. It did pop out. But like i'm one of the people who actually really appreciate it because black people. Our experience is so much different from other. Pse and there's so much anti blackness in other pse communities. And so i appreciate that. We get to differentiate those experiences in addition folks who have been here from the star n have really been harmed by white supremacy so i really appreciate the differentiation for sure. Now let's talk about teaching. You mentioned being assistant. Professor graphic sign at the university of minnesota. And you're the director of design justice there talk to me more about those roles particularly about the director of design justice. Because i feel like. That's the first time i've heard about that college sure. So i'm a assistant professor tenure track. You know kind of same running the mill position. But i was hired on in this sort of partial position. So kind of like. I want to half-and-half type of thing. So i'm a professor in one in some areas and then i am the director of design justice and what i was originally hired for was to be the director of the diversity network. That's what it was called. And when they were like negotiating with me. I was like you know when i actually get in this position. Like kenai change some of these names. 'cause i absolutely hate the word diversity. I think it is a like. I don't know coddling term to like help folks not talk about the fact that white supremacy allows there to be no black people in your whole college like. I think that that's wild so i hate that word. Can i come in and change that and so in doing my research looking for okay. I really liked this word justice in looking for other terms and other ways folks talk about just especially in the realm of design. I was like this him. Expenses justice so in this role. I kind of work on issues. Particularly related to how can make our campus climate more equitable more inclusive those types of language those types of words. And so some things that i'm working on right now that are great but also very stressful and exhausting is the first thing being the cluster higher. We are working. I'm leading this initiative with our head of hr to hire on four faculty members that are focused on design justice with a preferred off occasion in anti-racism and this'll be in four areas architecture product.
"moses" Discussed on Pine Knoll SSL (High Quality MP3)
"Oh you shouldn't blaspheme god's name or something rather say you know. I have the feeling god likes you. Don't really stop there in their tracks. Anyway i think god must really like you people in the bible at argued within the most best friends so keep up you know god might just surprise you on these days in show up because you become so friendly so here you see moses doing an amazing thing and he's saying god. You can't do this what you're saying you're gonna do because it'll ruin your reputation with the egyptians. Evidently moses thought the god cared about his reputation with the egyptians. That's an interesting point here too. So moses kind of assumes that god cares about the egyptians and after all as he looked at the history god bless joseph and blessed the egyptians that were nice to joseph so there was a history versus thirty to thirty two on the next day. Moses said to the people you have sent a great sin but now i will go up to the lord. Perhaps i can make atonement for your sin. So moses returned to the lord and said alas this people has sinned a great sin. They have made for themselves. Gods of gold but now if you will only forgive their sin but if not block me out of the book that you have written well imagine that moses again discussing with god and saying look okay if i can't convince you any other way. I'm willing to give my attornal life in exchange for these people. That's how much moses came to care and to god listen to absolutely moses was treading pretty close to the character of god at this point daniel. It's interesting that they're in exodus. Thirty to the lord said to moses go down at once your people whom you brought out of the land of egypt have acted perversely and moses in verse. eleven doesn't get god of the hook and he says why does your burn hot against your people whom you brought out of the land of egypt with great power in mighty hand so it says. Actually it's not me it's you it's your people and then you go to chapter thirty three and once again. God says to. Moses lord set to moses go leave the place you and the people whom you have brought out of the land of egypt and of course moses responds inures twelve to fourteen says actually. No it's your people. And just as abraham set to god far it be from you moses system if you act as a god that we can solve this problem and the tech says and go change his mind now. Wow imagine reading these with the greek concept. That god's perfect because they never changed their mind body shows that i the moses gets it and then he's onto something and if he doesn't get it then he can worship zeus or mallak or bail or whoever else got he's not going to get anything else with him then he gets with anybody else from that surrounding nations and interestingly enough in patriarchs and prophets allan white says that if moses said god said it i believe it and that settles it for me that he would have failed because he would have acted in self centered way thinking of himself rather than of others and this is ingenious that some writing from that time from time period can say that actually religion is not about. You better do it and do it fast. Don't ask any question. just do it. Because the men of god as psalm ninety calls or the friend of god can challenge. God and say okay. If you don't do it..
"moses" Discussed on Pine Knoll SSL (High Quality MP3)
"Foundation for who this god is that is working with the heat is truly the great god and so then larry says john is that the implication of exodus nineteen six. Absolutely what's said in exodus. Nineteen six is. You'll be for me. A kingdom of priests what is a priest someone who stands between god and the people god cold israel to be a nation of prese just as abraham was to bless the world they were to bless the nations as a nation. That was the idea that was the promise. That was god's hope like so many things. God doesn't always get what he wants. Because people don't always cooperate and god doesn't force anyone so history takes a different course than it might have if human beings had cooperated with god all right coming back to number two it says this is the first mention of otas independent too but he is presumed to be the author of creation. The fall the promises to abraham stories of the patriarchs in the book of genesis of the author of the lesson wants us to take a look at exodus thirty two before we get into deuteronomy exodus thirty two verses nine to twelve tells us something special about god and about moses lord said to moses i have seen this people how stiff necked they are now let me alone so that my wrath may burn hot against them and i may consume them and of you. I will make a great nation. But moses implored the lord his god and said oh lord why does your rathburne hot against your people whom you brought out of the land of egypt with great power and with a mighty hand. Why should the egyptians say it was with evil intent that he brought them out to kill them in the mountains and to consume them from the face of the earth. Turn from your fierce wrath. Change your mind and do not bring disaster on your people assassinating text. Isn't it a bit strange to our ears at i notice. God's saying moses. I'm gonna kill those people if you let me. On first glance it's awful kind of texts with when you look below the surface. What's god saying. He saying i care so much about freedom. I'm willing to subject my actions to the choice of a human being. That's an amazing testament to freedom. The kind of freedom that god gives to his people and then you have moses arguing with god moses arguing licensed. Look he says. Don't you care about your reputation. What will the egyptians think of you if you do this. So moses is pleading with god to listen to the voice of reason. I mean if you're a god that cares only about your image. I don't think the story would get into the bible with it. That god would allow this story shows that god loves to be engaged by his creatures. And guess what. What is god's pet name for moses friend moses is my friend a friend of god apparently a people who argue with god are pleasing. God you know when you see somebody. Sometimes it's just railing against god for this reason or that reason rather than saying..
"moses" Discussed on KCRW
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"moses" Discussed on Life Together
"But i know that it's going to happen because delay is not denial. So moses seized this burning bush which actually would not have been a strange sight to see. The desert was very try. The desert was very hot so it would have been normal for him to see something that had set on fire. What was abnormal is that bush was not burning up that the branches were not being consumed and this is what caught his attention as he moves closer and as he hears the voice of god call him and god says five hundred years of silence after an excruciating long wait. He says it's time now. I have a plan to fulfil my promises. I am going to do what i told jacob. Jacob i'm going to bring you back up into a new land and you are going to be the one to lead the way you are going to be the one to do that in our series here in god give instructions to someone with specific directions for who they would be or where they should go are two things that we have become familiar with the things that we've seen kind of a pattern in the different people that we have looked at but there is something extremely unique that god is about to do with his name. That is a fascinating thing that he has not done before. I need to remind you again. If mandy said last week mandy told the story of how jacob wrestled with god shink urged us to be to struggle with god to be god strugglers in that moment when he struggling jacobs says. Will you tell me your name. And he's not given an answer. So i want to remind you what had happened before i need to remind you. We are in a time period where they don't have the bible yet where the ten commandments had not happened yet. The god that they know they know that is the god. Of abraham isaac and jacob. But that's about all they know they have no other point of reference and up until this point they have not received a name. Let's keep reading here in chapter three. I'm jumping down to verse. Thirteen and fourteen. Moses said to god suppose i go to the israelites and say to them the god of your fathers has sent me to you and they asked me what is his name..
"moses" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"How God can use you and bless you. Husbands are not called to be dictators. We talk with that person who has a wife or husband we share and we finally come to agreement. But it takes submission on the wife's part and it takes laying down your life husbands part now. After this issue is finally settled the Lord left him alone. And the Lord said to Aaron go into the desert to meet Moses so he met Moses at the mountain of God and he kissed him now. Erin if you read the whole scripture. Errand left before Moses left but at least now oh moses honest with Aaron. He was not honest with his father-in-law but he is now honest with his brother. Aaron because he's involving Erin in this journey and in this battle that is about to begin to take place they arrive in Moses and Aaron Bring together all of the elders because they have a message from God they all know who Aaron is and they all know who Moses was because he tried to deliver them and was driven out and here he is in the flesh back. Aaron tells them everything the Lord said to Moses and then the signs are performed before the people and they believe when they heard that the Lord was concerned about them and had seen their misery they bowed down and they worshiped the Lord bowed down and worshiped. I WanNa tell.
"moses" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Of our work Moses the differences and there's huge differences in skin cancer treatments and results and most people come to us do not want to have radical if forming surgery Moses often very deforming because first of all excavates those again where the cancer is imagined her move part of your nose or eyes or years or miles or scalper hands or feet well you already lost that part of your body our treatment is just the opposite we don't touch the body our workers all non invasive there's no cutting or bleeding it's totally different for this woman show of excellent results most likely the cancer will go away all non invasively with no cutting no bleeding this is what we do every day I would have a fifty four year old man is a black when I say that because the black community one six black men will have prostate cancer one twenty three Dyer prostate cancer of course you take care of men of every race and creed and color religion and women and children only talk about the black community to raise your awareness because so many men in the black community have prostate cancer and so many sad to say die of prostate cancer were working to raise attention with this friend comes to us with a PSA of seven point nine it's his highest level is actually is first low and he wakes up three times a night to urinate sort of medicine toppers urine and we have the ways to diagnose it this man's father died of prostate cancer breeze fifty four his father died at sixty four of prostate cancers we also as a positive family history so he knows what it's like to die of prostate cancer so miserable terrible way to die and we obviously don't want anyone to die of prostate cancer I don't have a man who sixty five years old to come to us with Rick current light poles are calmer as we go into the fanciest hospitals in New York he's had this light poles or commissar commas is a word it's meaning a cancer but is a cancer of the connective tissue lots of cancers or from glandular structures like the breast of the long in the bladder and the Protestant kidney and pancreas but there are cancers of the connective tissue like the muscles in the bones and tendons this man has a cancer of the fatty tissues called a light pole which is Latin for fatty you live closer to home and ten years ago his primary doctor photobomb romance you into one of the super per perfect hospitals yeah the radical surgery to remove the mass they also throughout his kidney along with it so he lost his kidney with the surgery he did not receive any additional or what's called ad serving therapy and the couple years later he had a recurrence runs or even a bigger super duper big hospital in New York City and have another surgery than a couple years later you had more cancer and then he started immuno therapy heard how fantastic it was to immuno therapy I know the immunotherapy which didn't work either and you had chemotherapy and in vitamin C. and concoctions at traditional therapy in immunotherapy doxorubicin none of it worked the cancer just kept on growing kept on growing and he came to us and we saw him and well this is a man with a growing recurrent retroperitoneal says fibro which rely pull Sir comma and we discussed all the options and he's had all those surgeries losses adrenal gland in his left kidneys had chemo on immuno therapy and all this nothing's worked and yet none of his surgeons and none of his.