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Fresh update on "moses" discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show
"The Mavs are looking for new head coach. I don't know who's going to get this job. There are guys that are certainly In contention, including guys like Jason Kidd. But This is an interesting situation. What's going on in Dallas? Luca. Was not happy. That 90 Nelson stepped away. That's the GM longtime GM there with the Mavs. And then obviously Rick Carlisle stepping away and Carlyle's a championship coach. I've always liked Rick Carlisle. So they are going in a completely different direction with their young star wondering what's going on, and I'm sure they're going to try to appease him to make sure that he's gonna be happy moving forward because he is the building block. That's definitely something we are watching the Celtics straight Kemba Walker as well for Al Horford, who goes back to the Celtics. Moses Brown. Um Kimberly's got three years $73 million left on the contract. And some people, said the Brad Stevens there with the Celtics. And you know now that in his new role, just Being more assertive that he needed to be more assertive. So the Celtics turning the page on Kimball Walker, which is interesting as well as we talk about these NBA playoffs tonight, we got Game seven Hawks Clippers again.
Boston Celtics Trade Kemba Walker to Oklahoma City Thunder
"And an NBA trade of note Today, Kimber walkers sent From Boston to a okay. See with the number one pick for Al Horford. Moses Brown in a second round pick. Okay, see, taking the remainder of Walker's exorbitant
Fresh update on "moses" discussed on ABC News Perspective
"To talk with Steve owes and Sammy about it this week. There's a lot in this special, but your piece in particular has to do with black owned businesses. How are black owned businesses doing during the pandemic and tell us the stories that that you've uncovered for for for this Juneteenth special? But we are working on a profile. Um, two black builders of America, the McKissick sisters, their twin sisters, Cheryl and Darryl McKissic. People have no idea how much these two black sisters have helped build the African American History Museum in D. C. Parts of the Nationals Baseball Stadium in D. C. The MLK Memorial. There's a long list and I can't even remember it all. And I was surprised that I had never heard of these two women and their story is the very definition of June teeth. Their family began in America with a slave. He was given the name Moses McKissic..
Daredevil Dies Attempting World-Record Motorcycle Jump
"Falls short of the target. Almost Corwin Hank has more afraid of resident and stunt driver Alex Harville chose the Moses Lake Air Show. To attempt a Guinness world record breaking dirt bike jump More than a football field in length spectator Debbie Williams tells K. R E M She was watching as the 28 year old daredevil tried for a 351 ft jump. The next thing I know he went off with the ramp and he didn't make it to the hills back tire. Looks like he got caught. And then he flew through the air in his helmet came off. Losing the helmet may have cost Harville his life as the Kawasaki motorcycle crashed into the dirt just short of the target ramp. He was airlifted to a nearby hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Harville leaves behind a wife and two young sons. Corwin Hike. KOMO NEWS The Tour de France creating a women's
Fresh update on "moses" discussed on John Moses
"The brand new record really, really good. Check it out and Eddie Suzuki's new Hawaii kicking off the set seashells was the name of that again getting re issued by a lo Haga soul this coming week. June 25th. Can't wait for it. John Moses here with you for another 40 minutes or so we got Jason Bentley coming up next at eat with Metropolis, and until then, we're going to take a break and kick it back. Self released music. I like to see artists doing it on their own. It got damned. And Brendan Smith, sons of Rafael, Harmless Red Sea and Cocoon E. All coming up in the next set. What does that sound like? Only one way to find out. Stay tuned. It's KCRW. KCRW sponsors.
Celtics Send Kemba Walker, 16th Pick to Thunder for Horford
"Report. A big trade in the NBA. The Boston Celtics are trading Kemba Walker and this year's number 16 overall draft pick and a 2025 2nd round pick to the Oklahoma City Thunder for a package that includes Al Horford, Moses Brown and a 2023 2nd round pick. Okay. See now has three first round picks in this year's
Fresh update on "moses" discussed on John Moses
"A universe despairs big shout out to my friend Ryan for showing me that they have a new album out Luneau, which is fantastic. I'm going to be on Same bat time. Same bat channel tomorrow. I'm going to play some music from, you know, but until then. Broadcasting by blood cultures. We heard Dylan Moon stuff from him. Canyon featuring Ruth Case Carol Carol Benito in the centre battle lines. We heard links Rise and shine and cowbells purple pink. To set the whole thing off. John Moses here with you on KCRW. Give me a shout at John on the air J O h N on the air, No trick spelling or at KCRW music. Bouncing around the seventies until now, in the next set. Statistics get Sebastian spirit of beehive and more all coming up after this break. Stay tuned, KCRW. KCRW. Sponsors.
"moses" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics
"Comma harris has no plans to visit the southern fucking border. President biden has put her in charge of the northern fucking triangle to deal with what is causing this mass migration. The crisis in the northern triangle is set of issues. Then what's happening at the southern fucking border facilities. Furthermore we have a whole huge administration with many executives and aids and administrators who were in charge of dealing with and troubleshooting issues at the southern bucking border again. Vice president is in charge of dealing with the northern fucking. Well after hearing. that was a quote. That's that's right. I mean. I don't know how much more it can be said. Do you know it's like this when the tub that time backed up and it was all of your ibs. And i saw go into the tub. Yes and i didn't really want to do with the actual ibs in the top. So i was in charge of leaving the room. I call the landlord. And it's like i dealt with trying to get drain. Oh xyz yes. There was two different jobs it needed to happen. Someone needed to go to ground zero the tub which had the ibs which had come from the toilet and that clog and then someone else had to deal with facilitating. How we were going to get the plumber here. The quick fix to get the who out of the top. You know what i mean. It's like it's just delegating different jobs and area. That's it that's it and simple. It's it but they they just can't let it go. All hundred orcas homeland security and many other very very very adept professionals are dealing with the southern border. And yeah you want wanna say there's a crisis say whatever you want too many people there. It's overcrowded embassy terrifying. Sarah but sarah health ryan says they're right there that's their job. The border right and how many times jen psaki also have to say we want to deal with this humanely. We wanna deal with this correctly. We wanna make sure that kids get to their parents. We want to make sure that families aren't just clear it's clear it's after hearing. The question asked three hundred and ninety seven times. It finally dawned on us that. This was a republican. Talking point red meat to their base. If you will and there's nothing. Peter alexander kaitlan collins and mary bruce love more than parroting republican talking points to democratic administration. Just like they loved parody liberal talking points to the trump administration. They don't have a dog in the fight. Their shit stirrers vitamix egg beaters. They're mindless fools. Used as convenient tools for the cable news machine and for the most part their games don't work because no one gives a shit about them until kamala harris agreed to a sit down interview with lester. Holt lester holt is not a useless. Microphone jockey drowning in the pool of the white house. Press briefings lester. Holt is a respected anchor of the nbc nightly news and a beloved fair of every mystery that has never been solved on dateline. He's smart. He's handsome and when he standing up he's got an ever-present trouser bulge. That is hard to ignore. Want someone points it out to you. Like my friend joe. Joe did when we watch the jon benet ramsey special on dateline in two thousand sixteen. And then you showed me. And all i have to say is anybody. Creeping on steve kornacki. Khaki bolt has clearly not the superior gray suit pant. Action of lester holt and this coming from me. The queen of the package creeper you. I mean you are professional. There is there is unparalleled. The is keen. And i couldn't wait to bring you the news. Lester holt news and i love it. And what's it's just a waste. It's a waste. I don't know what it why. I'm saddled with this because there was nowhere for me immediately. Dvr dateline and immediately got back to me with one hundred percent. yes. And yes. Of course and i listen. We've we've talked about it. I've admitted it on. Tv in real life. Walk past me in the street. I will clock you. I will and you know that. Lester holt packing lester. Holt is packing now. The bulge was out of sight when he interviewed kamala harris socially distance. And can i just say. I can't wait until people start doing interviews whether or not a whole fucking room apart. It's fucking annoying. I don't like the way it looks. These interviews all suck because they're weird. They're not normal you can't and then they're trying to get the scoop and it's like you're fourteen feet away. But so they're sitting there and leicester's packages down there and he's asking her a bunch of different questions but all roads lead back immigration. Because that's the reason she's even there right. She's down on her trip. She knows this is her deal but he dances around and he dances around and he dances around until he finally gets to. The repetitive redundant ridiculous republican question about visiting the southern border. And of course our girl. Kiki was not here for leicester's question or his tedious bulge. Can you have any plans to visit the border at some point. We're going to the border. We've been to the border. So this whole this whole this whole thing about the border. We've been to the border we've been to the board i and i haven't been to europe and i don't. I don't understand the point that you're so good. You know lester. Chew the polish off of your nails. Okay i don't understand the fucking question and point and your plate and you're playing he's gonna check me. Who is gonna check me. Boo like what are you. Why can no one sleep at night without having comma harris physically. Go to the border..
"moses" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics
"Turn hunt honey all right so this week. Joe biden is continuing his european work vacation. I in brussels. For a set of meetings with our american allies who went from friends to frenemies during trump and then after kissing their asses for a few days biden will go to switzerland for a highly anticipated meeting with russian president vladimir putin who went from enemy to frienemie during trump and hopefully biden makes it clear that he's not allowed to sit with us anymore and all of that is very exciting and the switzerland landscape porn has been unparalleled. We're kind of hanging up our travel hats for a while but we aren't going to completely retire them until we've been to geneva and i just want to put that out into the universe but anyway we can't even get to putin invited politely threatening each other translators while eating chocolate before we tell you about the huge g seven meetings. The biden had an england by the way at the beach in england. The beautiful beach in england. Because who the fuck knew. I was a scene out of highlander. What the hell outlander or whatever. Just where are they. And we're going have to add that place not a beach towel and site. Oh no not a not a person tanning. No this was where somebody in a horse was gonna write up with. The sword. time machine was going to open up. And then you know. It's sean connery was gonna come out and try and cut your head off. This was happening now as we told you last week. The g. seven stands for the group of seven and it's a group of seven countries with the richest democracies who have joined together to work for common goal. And in this case abidance new build back better worlds plan so now biden is not just building back america better. He's got a plan to build back the world better and he's got the help of all the members of the g. seven. Which is america canada. The united kingdom japan italy germany and france. I'm glad that now. Six other countries. Have to part of the dorky branding of the biden administration. So that we're no longer alone in the no malarkey of it. All sorry france. Sorry england you now have to get corn cheese on corny cheese on cheesy rice like us. I mean it's good. It's not that it's bad. It's just real real cheesy on three of making love and having sex with want to have or she's and when we have she's we have sounds of back. That's right begets of wish. I buy from the lady the berea bacteria they don't even put cheese fries. They put mayonnaise now. that's canada. They put cheese up. They were there putin he old. Talk about dorky. Yeah that's why. I didn't include. They've been done involved in. The dorky knows this whole time. Okay okay. we're sorry. All of north america even mexico's involved in our door. Everybody across the pond was like oh thank god. We can't dark involved in that. Well what we'd rather have some dorky. Good feeling hands ryan shitty disgusting oppressor white supremacist. We love our dorky. Gejdenson love our dorky. Doug ace on and what they mean by build back better world is immediately. Stop china from becoming the most powerful country which basically is about to happen any day. Now if these seven countries don't get their country asses in gear. Now some of you might feel your asshole clenching up. Because you think you're hearing thinly-veiled china's gonna to take over fearmongering rhetoric. Well let me clarify for you. You are hearing it. Everything in this segment is taken from an article and reuters which they are reporting directly from the g. Seven summit in cornwall corn. Even the place they show is exactly reuters in an international bipartisan news organization. Well known fact based reporting now. We're interpreting the information in the article and forming an opinion as one is supposed to do when one reads article but the title of the article is g seven rivals china with infrastructure plan. So i think we all know where this is going and we get it. We do the statement. China's going to take over is gross and fox news. I mean it just just is but the sentiment and possible reality of china taking over seems to be impending and it is very alarming simply because they're communist country who currently have the world's second largest economy and they have made development and investment deals which stretch from asia to europe and beyond in what appears allegedly. Maybe possibly some people say don't shoot the messenger aka the podcast aka me. Some people say could be an attempt to expand communist china into the western world. Don't blame me again. i'm just saying. I'm just saying in our fucking vault. We didn't make this happen and not saying it on this. Podcast isn't going to make it not true. I mean conspiracy theories on the pandemic aside. The reuters article says quote the reemergence of china as a leading global power is considered to be one of the most significant geopolitical events of recent times alongside the nineteen ninety one fall of the soviet union that ended the cold war and until now. The west has failed to offer a positive alternative to the lack of transparency. Poor environmental and labor standards and coercive aggressive approach of the chinese government that has left many countries worse off not to mention they've blatantly disappeared over three million people into labor camps which are basically horrific prisons where people who are muslim or christian. Or who just don't want to be run by. Communist government are forced to work and give them free labor. They have killed. Journalists have disappeared journalists. They are not look. At what even just with hong kong and in china itself the government has has suppressed social media to the point where they aren't even allowed to have outside social media. They have their own particular. Chinese style social. Yeah like the. The chinese government sucks. The chinese government is a communist government. They oppress their people. They are awful. And when we talk about china we're talking about the government and not the people who just want to make that clear that there is just no getting around their fault. The people that live there. It's no fault and so but we have to be able to criticize the. It's like russia you have to be able to criticize and call out what they're doing for what they're doing and not get bent up in some other thing. It is what it is so fuck their they fucking suck okay. So here's the deal with the g. Seven summit and the build back better world plan as it pertains to china so basically in two thousand thirteen chinese president cheap president she he launched a long term plan called the belt and roadway initiative. Okay they call it the b. r. I but i'm not going to do it because my in my view an just i'm not doing it. So the belt in roadway initiative is an overarching term okay for a set of development and investment deals that china has made with over a hundred countries. Okay for projects like railways ports highways and tons of other infrastructure. I mean you at that point could be digital infrastructure. Now this is where again don't shoot the messenger. aka me. Critics say that the belt and roadway initiative is basically the chinese government attempt to create a modern version of the ancient silk road trade route which will link china with asia europe and beyond as a vehicle for the expansion of communist china through commerce. Now one could assume these quote unquote critics are dicks from fox news and they'd probably be right but biden and the leaders of the six other richest democracies in the world..
Moses Gates and the Chrysler Building Eagles
"Hey folks. My name is moses gates. That's my name. And what do you do it. Yourself moses I'm an urban planner. I work in new york city for a nonprofit. I've been in nonprofit urban planning for pretty much most of my career. Try to come up with good ideas about how to make this city better for people and make them happen. Among many other things moses gates is a man truly loves his city well first off. Let me ask you a weird question. Would what is your relationship with new york city. I gosh i mean old married couple of this. You know. I definitely gone through all the stages of romance. I think i have the relationship. A lot of other people have with it like complicated But but a love for its you know the people the place thought the whole thing and like you wanna you just just just want to be part of it. But there's something about moses that might not be evident. At first glance moses may look like as he puts it. I'm a nice jewish boy from the midwest. The thing you wouldn't see disguised under the suit jacket and tie under the friendly. Bearded face is the fact that moses also happens to be very good at going places the authorities do not want him to go going past the no trespassing seinfeld better way of putting it you know i originally talked about it is as places you're not supposed to be but i don't i don't really like that framing. I think i'm supposed to be there. I think you know anybody supposed to be there if they want to go. You know it's just that sometimes the authorities don't think you're supposed to be there. Do you consider yourself urban explorer. That's the label. That i guess is kind of caught on. So okay you know it's I consider myself a curious person who loves cities and likes to see them and tries to go about seeing them and learning about a. And there's you know there's a lot of different ways to do that
Zhou Yusen Filed for Vaccine Patent Before COVID-19 Outbreak
"Up dead. I want you to go to this piece. Everyone, please. You can check it out my newsletter or you can just go right to it. By my friend Kyle Becker and Becker News. Here. Is that the headline in the piece? China game Wuhan lab secret military activity. Led to a February 2020 covid vaccine, patent report finds Again. If you were going to make a bio weapon, you damn well better have a vaccine first. Here's the first quote from the peace and it's quoting some research by an Australian newspaper called the Weekend Australian. It says, quote there talking about this woman Zhao use N It, says Zhao, who conducted the research in conjunction with the Wuhan Institute, University of Minnesota and the New York Blood Center, was the first to file a patent for a covid neck Covid 19 vaccine on February 24th of last year. According to documents obtained by the weekend. Australian This was only five weeks after China admitted there was a human to human transmission of the virus. What were they doing? Building a vaccine and spending all this money on a virus that they had said Don't worry. There's no human to human transmission. Does that make any sense to you only if they were lying. The holder of the patent. The piece goes on his striking Zhao use end is listed as the lead inventor on the patent application lodged by the Institute of Military Medicine Academy of Military Sciences of the People's Liberation Army of China. The report states folks again When are these media types going to remove their craniums from their rectums? And say, Holy Moses? This sounds
"moses" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Moses Browning, the man that quite literally changed the United States and might have saved the world. The author Nathan Gornstein, You can find this book on Amazon and at the big retailers as well. Mr Garcia. Thank you for being here. We do appreciate this. I'm going to kick this off because this is so fascinating. I'm a big browning fan. Huge Browning fan. So you Right books. This is I believe your second book that has to do with the firearm history in America. What drew you to this topic? It's surprising coming from a guy from Massachusetts in Philadelphia in the world. Did you get into the genre? Well, you know, I'm curious about everything. But I was researching firearms for another book, which actually never proceeded with And I sort of went on an Internet rabbit hole looking into brining and you know, I sort of knew who he was. But I as I looked around and realized how much he had done, so I went looking for a biography of him and there really wasn't one Uh, And there's a the you know, there was a book published by his son Jack in the 19 sixties, written in the 19 fifties. That's a nice book, but a lot of it is reconstructed in its very limited and it's It's time span in detail. Um, so I figured as I got into it, I realized burning And this is not much of an exaggeration is the guy who's firearms side of World War one and one World War two. Plus, he had a huge amount of other impact in in American culture, particularly in European culture, Also, irrespective of World War two. And I thought, man, this book there about how did this guy do it? I mean, that was the thing that really I really I really found amazing. How does one guy invent so many different mechanisms? So I began with a book about mechanisms and everyone said no one wants to read that Don't run, so you know, And so, uh, I and someone else suggested the social history, which is what I ended up writing, which they were right. All those critics were critical and always right, but this time they were, um and incorporates a lot of new material that candidly no one's ever seen or heard of before. Um, with the impact of his of his work, So, for example, When his firearms first repeat in Europe. It change the culture of of, uh, violence in Europe in the years before World War. One is a great report by German, uh, like what? Whatever was called states in Germany back then, with someone complaints about how Germany is changing from the culture of the knife, where An apprentice work. Go out and buy a knife when he got a job to the culture of the gun and the gun, everyone one. It was Browning's pistols because it was this amazing little machine I compared to, uh, iPhone of the terror. Because, you know, we take them for granted. But back then no one ever saw anything like it. And so this can I hold one up. I'll show you. Yeah. Been waiting patiently. Let me do it this way. This is the First mass produced very popular, successful semiautomatic pistol in the world. Wow! Made by FN This one was made in 19. Oh, wait. It was made, and actually, they were made until the sixties in places like Pakistan and North Korea, But no, no one had ever seen anything like this. It was like a little Let me try and get this and the thing was like a little. Um, machine in your hand. You go back slide would go back and pull the trigger would be flashlights, breasts spitting out and it became really dangerous because people didn't realize that this could kill you. This could hurt people. So there's a big cultural change in Europe to, um and all that. You know, it was just an amazing story. That's just one piece of One little bit of its impact, you know, and and not many people in the world. Um Can you know I compare him in the book. And I think this is a fair comparison to to the Wright brothers to afford to Edison because their inventions created in the modern world. I mean, it's the world that they live in it and Browning's guns. I've had a huge impact. You know, there's not many Historic events that have occurred since the 18 nineties that weren't Changed, then changed, influenced by a firearm and they were very likely something browning designed or based on his work, which is absolutely outstanding now, before we get into question to I want to bust open our beer. Nathan's gonna because Nathan actually is working. So I am working. Also. Good stuff. There you go. So we're gonna try Salt River Salt and Lime Arizona lager from a place called Historic Brewing. Nathan up in Flagstaff, Arizona. Some of it. No, I mean, it's not a different rules because you guys have a pretty good craft beer scene in Philly. Yes. So it's comparable. I think to Arizona, so when you come out We'll take you out for a couple of craft beers. That's great. We'll continue our conversation about the new book, which is just out the guns of John Moses Browning. Now I want to go back to the Edison comparison because the story about Edison As he failed creating the light bulb 10,000 times And he says, No, no, no, I learned 9999 times. How not to make a light bulb. Was it a similar story for John Moses Browning as he's trying to invent these firearms? He's just Constantly tinkering. I just picture Edison in his laugh all the time. And after reading kind of a preview of your book, same kind of thing, an obsession Almost. Well, that's certainly true. Um, Browning, you know, he he grew up in an interesting time. I'll try and do this chronologically. He he was obviously a very bright guy. He excited doing his work. Just as modern metallurgy more than chemicals, modern machinery Allowed him to create complex firearms. You know, without snot, this powder there'd be no browning firearms because they all dependent on smokeless powder. Um So when he was trying to Figure out what he was going to do with his career. The one thing the one way he could use his his mental skills. Based on where he was, which was in the middle of nowhere. Ogden, Utah back then was with firearms making firearms because that's what his father did, and that's what he liked doing, and I think he became completely intrigued with With What he could do as this new technology emerged. Um and he did think about it all the time. I'm going to jump forward a little bit here, too. I don't mean to sound to push my book too much, but there's a lot in the book that people haven't known before. But I have a great letter. Right by a friend of his after World War one when he asked, running to come, doctor Duck hunting with them, and Brian was a big dot com to heat. It was his.
Prayers That Get Answered
"There's a period time in my life. Where i really didn't know that god could annoy somebody wearing denim. I mean you would have no more caught me up here in a pair of jeans. I thought god only anointed polyester went somewhere in the morning was so thick sliced with a knife and everybody on the platform looked like they hadn't been out of bed too long and i thought well i guess god doesn't care all that much it's our heart demands and i still think that we should do our best for god and i was talking to my son. Who's you know. He gets all that better than me. Because he's thirty five years younger than i am and i said well you should. You should do your best. You should dress your best for god and this is my best dressed up. you know. it's so silly to get into all that. What do we think. Moses looked like when he went up on the mountain to get the ten commandments. So i don't know john. The baptist certainly apparently was weird. I mean he wore camel's hair. Eight wild locust honey outta trees went around screaming at payback raped. I doubt that we could receive from him either. I mean this is. I have to look at things like this. Otherwise i can't get it. It's like i don't wanna just look at this and and not get anything out of it. I'm so glad i'm not like everybody else. I fast twice a week.
Defunding Cops Led To Crime Rise: Who'd A Thunk It?
"I've got a story at the blaze headline Be up in my newsletter today if you want to check it out upon my website. Minneapolis mayor admits that calls to defund the police led to a spike in crime. The blaze Crisfield who would have thunk it? Holy Moses, defund the police. A crime goes up. Who would have thunk it? Who would have the same people. You have bad guys, cops and chase bad guys. Cops stop chasing bad guys because you defund them and have no cops. Bad guys have no one to chase him. And then they do bad guy stuff and liberals. They're scratching their heads. Like what happened? I I could I couldn't possibly have imagined this. How did this How did this happen? How did it happen?
Minneapolis police defund - Cops are not the bad Guys
"Minneapolis mayor admits that calls to defund the police led to a spike in crime. The blaze Crisfield who would have thunk it? Holy Moses, defund the police. A crime goes up. Who would have thunk it? Who would have the same people. You have bad guys, cops and chase bad guys. Cops stop chasing bad guys because you defund them and have no cops. Bad guys have no one to chase him. And then they do bad guy stuff and liberals. They're scratching their heads. Like what happened? I I could I couldn't possibly have imagined this. How did this How did this happen? How did it happen? Meanwhile, again the same crowd to conservatives, libertarians, Republicans in the same Democrats. There are some out there. Like. Well, what do you What do you mean? How did this happen? The cops chase the bad guys. You started telling the cops not to chase the bad guys because you told the public the cops were the bad guys. And the cops are like where the bad guys now, How did that happen? I thought I You know, I'm not doing this for the money when the cops make starting salary, 45 50,000 tops and identity, said market Like, so I'm working for $45,000 a year took the job to chase bad guys. And now I got media liberals telling me I'm the bad guy. The cops are in the muster room, getting ready to go out on their tours, and the cops are like How the hell did we become the bad guy? When did that happen? I didn't know. I was unaware there was gonna be a transformation of me into the bad guy because I'm not the bad
The Art of Neighboring
"This series is called next door the art of neighboring appropriately. We're kicking it off on the feast of pentecost which celebrates the coming of the holy spirit to the church. The county christians have term for the holy spirit called the spirit. The wild use the name points to the mysterious nature the holy spirit. You never know what the spirit will lead you. There's an air of danger discomfort and unpredictability when you follow the holy spirit. Holy spirit will lead us to places. We would not naturally go on our own. Ironically the adventure we're at this series is right in our own backyard. The premise of the series is that god wants you to be a source of goodness increase in your neighborhood. If you're a follower of jesus christ the holy spirit singing you to be an inch of his grace to the people that live near you. You do not live where you live by accident. But for reasons of providence reasons known to guide with god. There are no accidents now. You may have chosen your home because you thought it was a good investment or a great location match. Osen your house because lead the kitchen. You probably didn't buy your home because you're thinking about holly a blessing to your neighbors. You're probably hoping that they're not that crazy. But the truth is god. Had other reasons for pinning you there. God seizes an opportunity to bring his light and love to the people in that community. The christian faith is always a fake the displaced in creation in history and time the christian faith is meant to get very very specific and particular the whole story. The bible was filled with very tangible places. Where god advice others to build a kingdom and make known his love when god appears to moses. He promises israel specific homeland promised. Land that eventually a series of neighborhoods david. Crowning
Is This Finally Joel Embiids Moment?
"Goodyear knows when the season starts heating up so to the possibilities. Play off. Hopefuls are beginning to emerge and contenders are solidifying their position from here on out every game as a chance to create momentum to make the right past the right move to hit the perfect shot it takes momentum to build up to the moment but it takes everything to capture it. Goodyear more driven ramona shelburne. Thank you for coming back on. Espn daily anytime baba. So we had you on the show in january to talk about joel embiid and it was a promising very different time along. This weird roller coaster. That is this guy's life. He was looking fantastic the early part of the nba season. But now you've written this cover story ramona in which you've got a lot of access to joel himself and you've got access to interior life. I wanna talk about that because there's a lot about this roller coaster that i did not fully appreciate until i read your reporting so let's set the scene here for where we left off. After we talked in january. This is before the knee injury in mid-march what kind of season was joel. Embiid having having greatest seasons for center in nba history. No center has averaged thirty points. A game since moses malone no-center has won. mvp sense kilo. neil and joel embiid is dominating at both ends of the court and beat galloping. Joel embiid for the thai. Be put up on the plane can be by is
James Twyman | The Most Powerful Manifesting Tool
"Why. Don't you tell everyone kind of how you came up. And discovered the moses code like how did you come up with this. How did you discover it. And what is the moses. Go okay. I it's a funny story That has a very funny ending I remember a year or so before that There was a movie that came out I don't think very many people saw it was a movie called the secret and of course almost everyone has seen it and this was right at the beginning and i remember watching thinking two things number one. This is a very good movie and a lot of people are going to see it. And i really felt like the movie stopped short and fac in from my perspective. It chronicled what. I call the egos law of attraction which is based on. How do i use spiritual law to get what i don't have in somehow field feel fulfilled and i knew that what was really needed was to take it one more step. It was a wonderful first step but the next step was. How do we manifest from the level of soul not from the level of ego which is based not on what i can get but what i can give is not so much focused on riches but richness and less upon goods and more upon goodness because of course when we have richness in our lives and goodness in our lives will then everything else follows and we find ourselves fulfilled on levels. That we can't even imagine. I know i live in mexico in a small town called heat mexico and i'm surrounded by some of the richest people ever known even though they have next to nothing. These beautiful mexican families that surround us. And i know many people who have extreme abundance and they're poor and so the moses code is meant to take us to the level of soul so that we can become the source of that goodness and it goes back historically thirty five hundred years and what i always like to say is that this was a code. That was lost thirty five hundred years ago and it is the most powerful manifestation tool in the history of the
Three Dimensions of Conscious Prayer
"This. Evening's reflection is entitled three dimensions of conscious prayer and begin with a bit of personal background. That i grew up. My family was unitarian so i attended the liberal religious youth. Which is the church school. That were we'd as teens we'd gather. And we had spirited discussions about comparative religion and social issues its intellectual not focused on deity and very explicitly respectful of different views. Of course many unitarian. That's you you unitarian jokes. That were circulating. Such as how moses received the ten suggestions and one true story her one person shared. I was brought up unitarian. I heard the minister. Say god one time he come to our house and he said oh god i forgot my pipe so in my family no formal religious rituals we have moments of silence for gratitude at meals and holidays and my parents for most are reverential nature. Really they'd come into true stoneless and silence when they were bird watching. My father like to take pictures of birds and his most fervent prayer. Probably was please hold still. So i can get this shot. You know But beyond that Prayer was not a part of our our family. And there's that question do you use ever pray and the answers. Only when they think their candidate or political parties gonna lose the election so that to somewhat relevant. My background is my family had various strong passions around the state of the world.
"moses" Discussed on KCRW
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"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..
The History and Development of Oral Torah: Roman Rule and Rabbinic Reconciliation
"We have been discussing the background of the writing of the mishna. We outlined the process of oral torah as it was given to us by moses and it seemed like we have a very good system but in the second center of the common era a fateful decision was made to codify the oral torah and to write down the michener and the question that we have been talking about the last couple of weeks is why would the jews change such a great system. Why would they alter the system of moshe and install a new system the codification of the oil tower and the writing. Down of the mishna. So we talked about last time. How the second temple period was difficult on many fronts. We have the rise of the healthiness. And the sad jesse's there's all manners of internal discord. We have brutal hostile foreign rule. We have regular assassinations of rabbis. We have the loss of prophecy as well. Things were quite tenuous but they are about to get even more tenuous during this era during the era of what we call the zoo gross when the jewish people were led by two twin titans. Five of them over the course of several centuries something happened that was unprecedented in jewish history namely there wasn't unresolved mclucas. There was an unresolved dispute all five of these pairs of sages wrestled and debated with the permissibility of doing smi placing your hands on top of a sacrifice on yom tov. Is that permitted junior twelve or is that considered forbidden work.
Bryan Doerries' 'Theater of War' Activates an Old Alchemy for Our Young Century
"Remember brian. Dory's likes to say in both physical and virtual gatherings you are not alone in this room and you are not alone across time. He is activating an old alchemy. For our young century ancient stories and texts that have stood. The test of time can be portals to honest and dignified grappling with president wounds and longings and callings that we aren't able to muster in our official places now performance of his public health project theater of war have been some of the most generative and repeatedly surprisingly joyful experiences of my pandemic year. This adventure began in two thousand eight at first bringing. Greek tragedies into many modern amphitheatres were trauma is present military bases and hospitals prisons even guantanamo bay. It expanded out from their offering sophocles and shakespeare and the book of job as crucibles for details and moving forward with the particular dramas of our time from caregiving and addiction and partner violence to the hidden wounds of war and open political fracture. Great actors have joined this company from bill. Murray to moses. Ingram from francis mcdormand to jeffrey
Israel Independence War Era Weapons Cache Discovered in Tel Aviv
"The day before yesterday as we record a gardener found underneath a bush at number twenty two cream as street a cache of world war two vintage bullets artillery shells and grenades which ordinance was stowed under a bush three quarters of a century ago by members of the haganah jewish militia to keep british soldiers and centuries from finding it such a hiding place for weapons was called a sleek from the hebrew root some lama couth to make rid of and in the one thousand nine hundred eighty s there were hundreds of maybe thousands all around the country though most of them were dismantled as soon as the brits left palestinian nineteen forty eight. But you know how it is. You put your grenades and your artillery shells in your bulletin a whole under bush in your yard and then you get busy ensure the brits go home but you tell yourself you'll empty the gun whole tomorrow and if it's not one thing it's another before you know it seventy odd years of pass that is just life in the big city so this week. The police bomb squad piloted remote control. Sapper robots under the tree and they exploded some of the grenades shells and bullets. And they neutralize the rest and sent them to the tel aviv. Forensics lab for further investigation. And for those of you wondering and who isn't wondering isaac jacob adolf. Crimea was the french jewish attorney who in eighteen. Forty along with sir. Moses montefiore made the trip to alexandria egypt to plead before Dive mohammed ali for the release of jews arrested in damascus blood. Libel that rocked the jewish world that year and crimea and montefiore secured freedom for nine of the thirteen syrian. Jews accused of killing christians for their blood. The other four having already died while being tortured after that chromium became minister of justice of france under the second republic in eighteen forty eight and he later founded the 'alliance eastern elite universal in paris in eighteen. Sixty one gathers that isaac jacob adolf creamier would probably not himself have hidden guns in tel aviv in nineteen forty eight but he probably would have understood the sentiment and arguably nothing captures the haphazard semi history city of this forever new and yet never really new city. We love so al tel aviv. Alto better than a gardener. Finding an old bag of old bullets and such tucked under a shrub to shield it from the prying eyes of the brits on a street named for a man who one hundred years before that sailed with an english financier to alexandria a city. Just four hundred fifty kilometers. Southwest of tel-aviv. In order to gain the release of wrongly residues in damascus a city just two hundred kilometers northeast of tel
Being gay in Ghana: LGBT community is 'under attack'
"The world now to West Africa and Gamma. That nation has long been look to as a beacon of stability on the African continent. Ghana was the first sub Saharan country to gain independence. Gonna instill pride themselves on their freedoms. But that liberty isn't afforded to everyone Consider the LGBT Q community there. Recently, Public acts of homophobia in Ghana have pushed LGBT Q gun and into the national spotlight. World's Bianca Hillier reports January 31st was supposed to be the start of something new and Ghana How crazy it was opening ceremony for the country's first ever LGBTQ center. Alex Dong core is the director of LGBT Plus Rights, Ghana, the organization running the space. Way wish to create a peaceful ourselves as a movement to be able to sit down and strategize and mobilize and quartered needs be sources. Honors. LGBTQ community has a history of fighting for freedom. But most of this organizing has been done online for security reasons. So this physical space in across signaled new opportunities, but it didn't last long. Moses fall moaning, heads up Ghana's National Coalition for proper sexual rights and family values and quickly put up a fight the presidency and the minister of foreign affairs and the RGB have every right to investigate the setting up of that office to close it down immediately and arrest and prosecute those people involved in it. In the weeks following the LGBT Q Center's opening Fella moaning led a campaign to shut down the space. Archbishop Philip Nama, president of the Ghana Catholic Bishopsconference quickly echoed the stands on local television. This practice is completely foreign to our Ghanaian culture. And the law should be friend and such a way that It is punishable in a very
The History and Development of Oral Torah
"The oral torah is a system. that's both dynamic yet stable if they namic critters new eat it. A new laws that are added to ensure that the tour is being maintained over the centuries but the interpretation of the written torah that part of oral torah to understand the meaning by the tauro that remains the same and were keeping the tower moses adding to it when this and hedren sees fit and the systems working now. It's important to stress that there is a prohibition. It's mentioned three times in the tora. There was a prohibition against adding or subtracting from the torah. You cannot make a new mid song yet. Apparently it seems like these. Rabbis are coming up and making all kinds of new mid snows on their own. If you cannot alter the torah on what grounds can. The rabbis may decrees and ordinances. How does rabbinic law coexist with the prohibition of and deducting subtracting from the tomorrow so. This question is addressed by the rim bond in the book of deuteronomy chapter four. That's the first three times where talks about not to add nor subtracts from the torah and he tells us two points says number one. This in itself is a tower. Spa tara tells us tells an address that you must add new edicts and ordinances when it is necessary however there is a condition that you may not institute a new mitzvah or new. Ordinance ordered a decree and presented and portrait as if it is part of what god gave moshe.
The Naked Man Flees With Michael Zwaagstra
"Today. Special guest is author of the naked man flees michael's wag stra welcome to the show. Michael well thank you very much mike. It's a pleasure to be with. You appreciate you being on taking the time. So let's let's hear a little bit about that book. Naked man flees naked man flees while the the full book title. Is the man. Fli es timeless truths from obscure parts of the bible and seek to do in the book is to highlight forty obscure passages passages in the bible that christians and non christians alike ten dimiss With the bible and passages the tend not to have a lot of servants preached about them and to take a closer look at what these passages say in What possible meeting they might have to today. i've taught In addition to teaching public high school. I also teach a part time basis at stop five college. Which is our our local bible college here in steinbeck manitoba and i've found that You can never assume that christians know their bibles really well But a lot. Don't and i i know that on your show. One of the things that you say at the end is that you encourage people to pick up their bibles and read them and i agree. People should pick up the bible and actually read it because otherwise you're gonna miss a lot of important stuff that's in there actually. Yeah there's a lot of stuff in there. It's pretty interesting for sure. Chapter two for instance you talk about one of my favorite will if it's my favorite but it's definitely one of the stories that are in there The the moses and y'all we meeting them at the lodging place and he's about to kill him mad. That is such a strange story. It makes a stranger because it's just kind of thrown in there you know you're you're reading the story then all of a sudden this happens and it goes right back to where left off so it's yeah it's it's a strange one and it's one that a lot of people A lot of christians miss and one of the reasons that we miss it is that it doesn't make it into any of the popular movies. It's not in charlton. Heston the ten commandments does make it into prince of egypt and the exact. Yeah go figure. I'll read the la read. The exact passage is chapter four versus twenty four to twenty six at a lodging place on the way the lord met him. That's moses and sought to put him to death then sapporo took a flint and cut off her son's foreskin. Touched moses beat with it and said surely you are a bridegroom of blood to me. So he left him alone It was then that she said a bridegroom of blood because of the circumcision.
"moses" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty
"Get it on number from all even four not good for the record fourteen fourteen. Okay now what's interesting is. Fourteen is the visible. By what seven. Even the name. David is the visible by seven. Now if you wanna take it a step further what you know. I always liked to do. David lived how many years according to second samuel chapter five versus four through five. That's a good question. I'm gonna say it's divisible by seven. Whatever it yes seventy seventy seventy i was abe is another seventy okay. Let's leave you with the cliffhanger which will pick up next week about moses yes to the messiah. What are the connections. Because i said earlier. Not only david. He's trying to moses now that we've proved he's a son of david is going to happen. A matthew as there's going to be a series of events that are going to prove that. Jesus and moses are connected. Okay i'm gonna give you four of 'em your homework assignment is to find a few more. Okay okay the first one is this moses. When he begins his ministry Takes the people out of egypt toward the promised land. Yes when jesus is a baby. Shortly after his born his parents have to leave bethlehem and go to where for protection. Egypt egypt in wait for the king or the leader to die and then according to hosea the messiah will come out of what egypt. That's right okay. So moses brings people out of egypt. Jesus as a baby comes out of agent. The second thing is moses immediately is going to cross the red sea. he's gonna take the people through the water in a sense of the baptismal waters and although it wasn't that it's a nod to that. Yeah jesus begins his ministry. And he's going to be what baptist if anybody didn't need to be baptized. Yes it was. Jesus and yet now he is going through the water The third thing is after they come through the water the red sea. What are they going to do. They're gonna they're gonna go spend how many years they're gonna wiser forty years forty years in the desert yes. Is it any accident. That jesus after he is baptized is going to spend how many days in the deaths forty days forty days in the desert and then the final one. When moses comes down from the mountain he is going to come down from forty days with god He comes down the mountain with two tablets in hand which contain the what the in commandment the ten commandments. Or the law. Yes jesus takes his disciples after he begins his ministry to the side of a cliff mountain or a hillside mountain and he's going to sit down and give them what the same. Yes law now. Jesus is greater than moses. A couple ways number one is jesus is going to deliver as once and for for all from slavery. Moses couldn't do that. Jesus is going to give us divine teaching straight from god himself and he's going to explain some of this teaching. His yoke is different. Jesus is going to save us from san moses. Couldn't do that yet. And finally jesus is going to do with. Moses was incapable of doing and that is give us the new covenant with god and so jesus obviously is greater than moses but that doesn't keep matthew from trying to show us all the connections. That's amazing between moses who the poster on the wall of every jewish boy. And he's going to say. Jesus is better than him while some great insight and we will continue with it as we work through the new testament. Work through i'm sorry the gospels and if you have a chance and you enjoy the podcast do us a favor and text friend right now and send them a link to the podcast rate the podcast. If you want to give five stars wherever you listen to your podcast. That is the most helpful way that you can help us out here. Appreciate you listening today.
"moses" Discussed on In The Pews
"Father David Moses. Welcome. Thank you so much for having me been looking voided this. So Father David Michaels that that's that's pretty long. It feels weird to call you father David. But the Michael it's still a little long though, but it doesn't sound right if just father David. Does definitely a mouth. Yeah. What happened was my well I when I was in the womb before I, was born my mom never had the gender of the child checked of she just kind of new art that it was a girl. She just knew Abigail the for the entirety of my time in the womb and that finally came out and my mom you know they handed or the baby and Abigail Abigail your boy. And I didn't have a name for three days actually, and on the third day my sister came in and said like I'm not going to sleep older sister and baby has a name, my mom and dad like we're we're exhausted. So like you're GONNA have to deal with it and the thing is my dad always wanted to Sunday Michael He loved the name Michael Okay and so each of my older brothers when they were born, he was like, can you please named Michael and the problem with my mom and data guy in High School Michael that. If you named one of her sons Michael and he out that he was like a middle school boyfriend but she thought that if he found out that he would think that she was still into him. So she kept shooting down Michael and finally with me, she really loved the name David my pressure for Michael. So they combine the two and I've always gone by both honestly David Michael growing up like swim team there was this one time they were calling our names for this event. and..
"moses" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast
"And I. You know when they were going through that I was just thinking like man how many caves is that mountain probably have You know it's Don't know yeah. Because it says that the the story is that he went into the cave and he spoke to God there and I'm like. What was he really talking to? Got Some ancient machine and Go full engine aliens on this. Okay we're getting towards the end here There was water came from a split rock. So the This is back before they got on their way to Sinai. the Israelites camped dry spot they were desperate for water. And Moses struck a giant rock with his staff splitting, it splitting it in two or put a huge split in it. And that allowed water to flow from it. Now. This story, Jiffy? In. The first century AD he traveled to and said, he saw the stone. Miss Split Rock still there that it was too large to move. So these researchers point to a split rock which exist there, and what's the locals in fact called the water of Moses. They also caught the rock of Moses. It's a huge rock. Probably, forty to sixty feet high rounded and I'm sure what you call it It's it's just as huge upright rocket kind of a different color from the other. Rocks running. It's on the top of a hill. It's about one hundred feet tall. The rocks around in a very smooth is rock. Itself is smooth rocks around and are smooth as if water poured forth for these rights now. The that's it right here. Yeah. pull up some images and I'll. Take some snapshots shing that I noticed his for water to smooth Iraq like that. You have to have hundreds of thousands of years. To smooth those edges off. If it's water if you're locking just in an era of environment like that, you're talking millions of years. So, you mean, not just this. This outcrop here..
"moses" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Now back to the story. When twenty nine year old Moses. was released from prison in nineteen ninety-three. He walked out of prison into a South Africa. That was changing dramatically every day. The oppressive apartheid racial hierarchy had fallen, and by the next year Nelson Mandela would become the first black president in South African history, but so totally cared little about the turbulent political climate shortly after his release he and his girlfriend Martha welcomed a baby girl. For his part said totally seemed to be trying to keep his nose out of trouble for almost a year Sitoli was tied to any crimes. He likely occupied himself with his new family and relished his opportunity to listen to the classical music. He had learned in the prison choir. It's possible that he truly made an effort to reform after his time behind bars. It's also possible, but he felt he just had to wait it out until his parole period was over. Because beneath the veneer of reformed man, the urge to kill Lert, it wouldn't stay dormant for long. On July, Fourteenth Nineteen, ninety four nineteen year, old Maria Monet name Nama left her house in the suburb of Mamelodi to go into the closest city. Pretoria, it's unclear exactly what happened when she got there, but based on our knowledge of Saito lay weaken. Take a guess. Maria must have been overwhelmed in the largest city that was possibly looking for someone to help her navigate the bustling streets. Unfortunately for her, she met twenty nine year old Saito lay. He must've seemed charming and worldly to the teenager odds are he offered her a job? Around this time, totally had founded an organization called youth against human abuse. He likely used his own traumatic history in the foster care system to explain his connection to the cause and what he hoped, his organisation could do for abuse victims. There was just one problem you against human abuse had no offices and no employees. All that Saito lay did have was a stack of job applications that he carried everywhere. These may have been enough to convince. Maria Manama two days after she ventured into Pretoria. Arenas body was found in a field behind the local hostile. She had been raped and strangled to death. In the emerging methodology of his early crimes, we can clearly see how Sitoli mirrored his early sexual assaults in his murders. His fixation on women's underwear adds an additional layer to his sexual crimes. It's possible that he associated the garments with his absent mother in a paper, Co authored by Psychiatry and public. Policy Professor Janet Warren. The authors show that certain sexually sadistic serial killers fixate on a certain type of victim or object that the victim possesses this radically increases the risk. They will be caught, but it's so central to the fantasy that they presumably cannot resist..
"moses" Discussed on Serial Killers
"In the Greater Johannesburg Metro area born in Nineteen, sixty, four in the all black community of Fos Laura's South Africa sitole as childhood was chaotic. The records of his early life are limited at best, but what we do know is that the death of his father set off a disastrous chain of events. When, toll as father died, he left the children's mother Sophie macy's with many mouths to feed and no means of supporting yourself. After a few months, the family was evicted and left with nowhere to go. They were homeless and may have been forced to beg on the streets to survive. Sophie was so desperate. She felt she had only one option left. Sophie brought totally and his siblings to a police station. She told them to pretend that they didn't know who their mother was or where they lived. According to the tollway, his mother sat him down look Tim in the eye and said that if he ever told anyone, he was her son, she would kill him. Sosa totally, and his siblings went to the police station and pronounce themselves orphans. They were entered into an orphanage and later separated. The impact of a mother, not only abandoning her young child, but threatening to murder them for trying to reunite cannot be underestimated too young tollway, any sense of home or security he had ever developed must have been destroyed in that moment. What followed was no better, said tollway experienced years of sexual abuse in the foster care system. Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode, please note Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or a psychiatrist, but she has done a lot of research for this show. Thanks Greg. The details of Moses as developmental years are critical to understanding his heinous crimes, according to psychologist Judith Becker and psychiatrist Bradley Johnson Abuse is common in the development of killers who commit sexual crimes, Johnson and Becker route that after puberty, certain serial killers who were abused, develop violent ideation, perhaps hoping.
"moses" Discussed on Truth In Boots
"And he was faithful to him who appointed him just as Moses also was faithful in all. God's house so that's. That's where we are introduced to this next comparison. Just like Moses was faithful. Christ was faithful, so it starts off with a comparison. We're not starting off the contrast. We're starting off the comparison so both. Christ and Moses were faithful in God's House I. Think the first thing that we need to answer is what is God's house. And he comes back in pretty much answers that for us. in verse six. He says we are his house. If indeed we hold fast our confidence in our boasting our hope, so it was the people of God Moses in Christ served the people of got. Moses was the. The mediator of the old covenant. To God's people, he God spoke the Law through Moses. Basically the entire way that God was relating to mankind was revealed to Moses, and then he was responsible for communicating that to the rest of the people and enforcing that. Moses was the man, and so Jews looked him. they reverence him. He is a very very key. Character in their history. So. If, YOU'RE GONNA. Say That somebody is better than Moses to do. You. Better get ready to to really back up what you're saying, and so he does. The first way that he is, he's as Moses. He was great. He was a great servant of God. But Jesus! Is the son. Right, so we have the picture of A. House, he says this is God's House. and. Moses is a very faithful servants serving in this house, but Jesus is the son. Jesus is the air. So, you know. Pretty much that trump's. He's the same Jesus as the son so therefore he's better than the angels. It really is a very convenient a point to make. Jesus superiority but Then, Number one Jesus is better than Moses because he's the son. Of the House and number two. He is the builder of the House. So, he says. In verse, three Jesus has been counted worthy of more than Moses as much more glory as the builder of the House has more honor than the house itself, and then he includes a very interesting princesses statement he says for every house is built by someone, but the builder of all things is God. Okay so to rabbit trails that that will parenthesis statement takes me down. Because in my mind I'm thinking. Why did he include that right here? It's kind of too obvious statements. So? It doesn't seem necessary for him to say it, but it was necessary for him to say it so why? And I, don't know the totally answer to that, but the first one has to do with the whole creation evolution debate. And he just makes it very obvious point. Every house is built by someone. But the builder of all things is God. When I am walking down the street and I see a pretty house. Nice landscaping and Nice paint job in new roof. I don't think I wonder how long that thing to come together and just evolved there on its own right we we assume a builder. So. That's one rabbit chill. The other one is he says that Christ has more glory than Moses, as much more glory as the builder of House has more than the house itself, and then he says the builder of all things is God. So I would also see this possibly as a proof of Jesus's Deity. If Jesus is the builder of the House and the builder of all things is God..
"moses" Discussed on The Bible Project
"And only Moses goes up to receive give them the people say. We don't want to go up you go up. Moses Moses goes up and he's up there at the cemetery and he gets these Sandra the is the the you know the Commands of the Covenant and the tablets represent. He brings them down and says these are the terms of the Covenant and the people say we will listen and we will do them the first two. Here's God's wisdom free. Yeah here's God's was the first two covenants I am. y'All way no other God created heaven and earth and no other. God rescued you. You're out of Egypt. Don't represent me with vinyls here You didn't see any image up on the mountain in the cloud I'm not a tree. I'm not an animal I'm not a star you. I'm the maker of all things Said don't do that okay. People say yes deal SOMOZA SAYS EXODUS. Twenty four okay. You're onboard. I'm GonNa go tell God that you WanNa get married you're married you said yes and solicit gum seal the deal. Moses goes up forty days go by and then comes the story of the Golden Calf For days go by. Yeah and they're like where's Moses. Yes what are we doing here. Yes yeah are we protected. Are we safe exist. Thirty to the win. The people saw that Moses embarrassed them delaying delaying. It's the it's the word caused shame. Let's not it gets translated delayed. Its Youth Bouchon shoe. They were embarrassed embarrassed about his not coming down from the mountain leaving US hanging. Yeah it's also The last time the word was used was And they were naked and there was us now. Bush shame so they were ashamed by Moses delaying. Meaning where where is this ridiculous. Yeah we were just about to get married and a forty days as he's up there what's he doing. The people assembled around Erin and they say Here let's make an elohim that will lead us as for this Moses right the man who brought us up the land of Egypt we don't have we have no idea what happened to him He's gone give us. Let's make an elohim and obviously the violating the first I command the covenant. Youth the first idol in the biblical story is happening at the foot of a high place So the real high place is Moses. A New Adam up there at the tree meeting with God's presence here at the foot of that real high place they eh make of like a Fault Eden they have this party. They're having rich food and drink and they're playing and seeing singing and dancing but they're not up in the real eden they're creating a false and they're creating a fault Scott Down at the Switzerland contrast the really didn't up top here. They're creating a false cops. God and Faulty Eden Down Below this important for the what the meaning of idolatry and the high places are in the rest of the story of Israel. And so we'll get to. That will bring it all together. Moses is up on the mountain gods says look the people are doing down there. I'm being I'm going to destroy them. Leave me alone. We've talked about. This guy says leave me alone. And Moses proceeds to not leave God He tells God to change his decision about the people by remaining consistent to his promises to Abraham and God says good. That's what I'll do then I'll get us down an excess thirty two. The end of the Chapter Verse Thirty on the Next Day. Moses said to the people y'all have committed a great sin. They failed the test. You big time big time with with a flourish you talk possess with Jasmine. The whole thing was you're under this test so that you don't send they've failed the test. You've committed a great sin so now I m going up Moses going to go up the mountain and perhaps I can make atonement for your sin. He's going to go up in tone for their since sacrifice. What yeah so? Think of all the design patterns Noah Abraham. Perhaps I can make atonement for sin. So Moses returned to Ya and said Oh this people has committed a great sin. They've made a god of gold for themselves. So what we're ready for him to do is to get out animal drive. Just like Noah and then verse thirty two but now if you will please forgive their sin but if if you're not kill me.
"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 National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"Moses said here I am now well I need to say something about this we do not step into ministry Out of our own desire that needs to be there but there has to be an absolute knowing in our heart art that we are called to that place to that ministry would ever that ministry is when we come. Come to the back side of the mountain. The backside of the Desert as Moses did in in preparation he must be called and he's called by seeing the should kind of glory of God we need to have a revelation of the glory of God. If we're ever going to be of use to the Lord God of hip if we're going to be of any use to Jesus we must have a revelation of the Chicago. Glory that he has now. This is the same chicane glory that dwelt on the mercy seat in the Tabernacle that will speak about later but remember they also at night could see the should kinda glory of God the fire in the cloud in the daytime it was shielded by the cloud but at night it was visible and they knew God was with them. Now this you kind of glory of God is God's holiness fire fire represents judgment in the scriptures but it's not just judgment it's righteousness its holiness. It is God's Actual Characteristic Holiness righteousness so this Chicag- League lory is burning and of course the question is if this is his judgment if this is his righteousness. How can Moses stand in his presence because he's not a righteous man he is righteous but he's not he's a human? Why is he not consumed? Doc because.
"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.
"moses" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Moses band started in a cotton field in north taxes during the great depression. They are family brothers and sisters trained at Juilliard. And they have performed on some of the most famous musical stages in America from Carnegie Hall to the grand ole Opry. Would you please give a great big, Texas? Welcome to the anti Moses van. All right, folks. We have already been blessed by some of the incredible music of the anti Moses band, and the band just has an incredible story. And I asked any Duprey to come and be with us for a few minutes. Please give her a warm. Welcome. All right. So I I just have a question here, and this has really nothing to do with Christmas anti. But how.