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"nazareth" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

The Babylon Bee

05:10 min | 2 months ago

"nazareth" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

"And mexican for two years. Until i made sure oldest calmed down because they were attacking indians seek. I'm like okay better and we had you know you know you knew when you drove an la people who had those big american flags on top of their cars. Persians that arabs. We're not millions but it was. It was hard. It was in the beginning and that i mean the people i was surrounded with were educated. Enough to know was not. You know it's not we you know. We didn't agree with that. We'd suffered from these tres. Living in kuwait they bombed american embassy in kuwait. Way before nine. Eleven right and i will. You're going through touring at that time. Going to in shows i was doing was Where was i i was. I was touring with the righteous brothers at the time. I think that's what happened. But then everything stopped. Everything stopped. And i know i had to show canceled three days before i was supposed to be in texted. The pastor called me goes. I'm sorry i've never done this. I don't know why. But i need to cancel the show. I'm like why he goes. I don't know and i'm glad he did. Because at the airport it was the first i think week and then they open the air airport. I was sitting. I remember my flight. I was needed to go to the bathroom. So bad and it would not get up. I'm like You know. I'm not getting out because i get up in the plane. It's everybody's gonna either attack tackled me or something and i'm talking to my bladder like sheriff letter. Just sit there gonna do that. It's like a ticking time bomb. Yeah yeah so it was. It was and i had my bible explode. It's it's the reality of things you know. There's some people out there that are gonna be you know stupid enough to to hurt you knowing where we are right so yeah. I had my bible open. I wore my cross the name. My american flag might call boy had after december. Of course sombrero. I two months sombrero and then a cowboy had. Yeah you're right it was. It was hard time and people audience. I didn't know how the audience was react but they acted very well. I had i had an album. That was out before september. Eleven and one of the joke i used to do. It's like what do you think your parents want to make us. Terrorists like my mom would be on them. I'm a baby in the lab. Babysit like hit comes an airplane hoops being that was an actual joke idea. And i said i used to live in. A two story tend to the to camel garage and my brother would go take kenan. Barbie hostages sanjay joe to get him back. That was in my first album. And then i had to call the distribution commences. Can you please put a sticker on this. You know to call it in two thousand in two thousand pre nine eleven nine eleven. Yes because that would have been horrible. Yeah it really blown up on you. Lack better word. Yes all right well are we. Do we want to do this. topic thing. I try that okay. So you're a comedian. Yes you can make anything funny. So here's some topics and just make them funny. Pickled eggs pickled eggs. How don't you feel for the sad for the mom of that chick that's bad. What did he do to come to harm pickled chicken. You put a pickle pickle as okay is very strange. Food item pickled bic v. i've had pickled big feed before we had in use. When you start eating pork use went crazy. Oh yeah anything everything. Just poor gut We used to eat. Intestines of sheep have in distant stuff and with a million people stuff. Anything With derives a need it so they did like those intestines with rice. Yeah i was telling my kids other. They amid my daughter laughed thirteen which normally she never laughs at my jokes. I said you know why do people always go through the heart. You know the love Why can't you do this. The kidney the spleen the gallbladder. Like i love you intestines. That was fun but we lead anything if we can stuff it with rice. Yeah how about calculus calculus. What set yes some kind of mad calculus matthew people say. I don't need math. I don't need calculus grade get out of high school and you go. You're paying me. What twelve bucks an hour. I'm working three and a half hours. And then i'm digging overtime. All they do is calculus the first year. Figure out how much you getting paid How about catholics cat. How about him. Okay catholics yes. Yes good people Lots.

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"nazareth" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

The Babylon Bee

06:22 min | 2 months ago

"nazareth" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

"Baptist friend. Yeah it's not anything else. So we're interviewing heavy metal band nazareth. Yes the dog. Actually we got into legal troubles longtime ago where only managed to prove to them. That my real name is nazareth. And they're not now with that. But i lost a lot of money in the beginning when. Xm radio started coming on the scene because all the bids for the money i mean when they were paying good comedians who are making ninety grand a year from xm radio. I wasn't getting anything. And then we contacted them and they go. Yeah we're sending it to nazereth going through the band so finally and then they cut me off because we send them like legal At you know you can't do that. You have to send it to us so they got me. After two years ago. They brought my stuff back on. Xm radio so well. I'm sorry for bringing up that pain. Yeah i know it's okay it's okay it's okay you know after govan. Nothing is really bothering me anymore. Okay post post traumatic stress from cogan. What's that has that affected. I mean we've had a lot of comedians on because they've had not a lot to do. Yeah that's ordering so we've been getting a lot of them in. Yeah yeah press got. I'm booked for the next six weeks. it hasn't happened. I mean. I was sitting home looking for stuff like that i. I'm tired of zoom. Oh oh i did one for my church. It's a you know my senior. The seniors that my church now sitting or some of the half of the seniors are amazing technology wise but the ones i got not one guy had his eye on the camera another mouse ear. You move things around you get one face. Oh yeah dad's you. I'm talking to your this. How few people know where. The camera is on the device. You know talk into the camera to the camera high. I know i'm so glad just to be physically here. Art your cameras right here. Yes i can. I get closer. Look at it so that you can hear me to help out thank you. So how's the covert cova. The pandemic affected your comedy the content of your comedy. Are you now that you're coming back a lot of time to sit there and think about what you're gonna say mask jokes. Pure man's you know what it's it's it's weird because a lot of people want to avoid talking about it so and then when you write material as comedians you write a bit and then you go on stage two three four times and try it and if it works all three times you keep it now. We were writing a lot of material but we were not trying it out so you just don't get the time so now when you we know you're done with the pandemic going on stage and you're trying to do your material again just to get your timing back and your time to do your immaterial but but then you one a sneak in the new material and see how it works but what made me up one thing. I appreciated that depend for my audience to to. I appreciate their noses. I've never looked into people's noses before and after the fanatic. Hi took that for granted now. I look at people's noses and like okay here. We go but but yeah it did the timing the first few minutes when you go on stage after being off stage for like six months it really you feel you're sluggish. You just wanna get the material out but you don't know some people don't wanna talk about covert the you know. They said oh. Stray away from colvin material. Or they'll tell you. Yeah people put it on but i think my favorite thing was when i when i heard that our church was taking reservations. Because they couldn't get everyone else they'll sell next four actually called the church and makers are and i'm going okay. Hi yeah oh you you have. We need seats available. Oh second show. Yeah the second show. Yeah i'll take you have anything by the water the methodism. Oh no oh no okay. No i don't want behind that. That's a splash on that. Okay and the oh you have a front. Oh goodwill by thirty percent sit up front. Okay what else do you have anything else. Oh oh yeah honey. They have two seats at the foot of the cross now. I don't think we're ready for that right now. But but it's sad that the able to you think church. You can go to church any time. Yeah and now you have to make a reservation and then but anyway you end up the moment we start looking for new church. Yes sir my wife. She started listening to grape speaker and she goes. I want to go to that church. I'm like that's two hours from us. We're not going there but Yeah you're right. A lot of people just figured out. I can sit home and watch it. I don't have to you know. I don't have to feel guilty when the offering blade comes stuff like we found a new church. I've told the story in here. We found a church where they they just started. They were renting from school and they just immediately shut down when the have to fall the strictest laws and so this church decided start being the pastor's driveways. They spent all these seats up the driveway and they got all the lights. It looks really nice inside. They kind of put a tent up and they got screens with all the lyrics and stuff. And wow it's fun. It's like a little neighborhood potluck and your house. How my neighbors would would kill me for that if i do that. Said the neighbors been pretty accepting so really. That's nice. you know. The bible said love they neighbor. Come on really really. Do we really love our neighbor because they're the hardest. It's like when you buy a house. Do you own your home. Yeah on your home kind when you bought your house what you look like zillow. Or what do you call red fin or to center twenty one and you look for the price and you look for the how many bedrooms you don't look about who your neighbor like we. We need a christian zillow where it tells you. Okay all right. Here's a house. This neighbor has dogs to pope in your front yard this neighbor. His son is a rock and roll band..

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"nazareth" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

The Babylon Bee

02:24 min | 2 months ago

"nazareth" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

"Do it hey everybody we are interviewing nazereth today and which i thought you're actually talking to comedian. Nazareth just a human being and a human being just one guy. Meaning there's no in seventies metal hits you tells jokes he does and he's a veteran he's been around a while and Now he's got a book here. Open twenty four hours so it's a nice quick. I don't know if you can read this in twenty four hours. But i mean you can definitely read them you the bible on like sixty something hours. Well that's crazy people. As big print to reading pace. You could read the bible in like sixty hours. Six hundred twenty four s on a day be like a few days. Yeah let's most regular books are around six to eight hour book. I think like on audible. Anyway that's not the type that's not the topic so he's a comedian. You churches all kinds of little events. are big events. I don't mean to say little and disparage him. I didn't mean to the calm. The calm the billy graham of comedy really thank. You said that we stayed up. And that's a little pretentious to call your heating calm south that said people of all people say people say we'll talk but so it was very pleasant fun guy time very warm and he gave like the best invitation at the end of the subscribe. If you if you're not a subscriber of you're paying subscriber we have extra content at the end and we always get an invitation and ask if they'll accept christ which always leads to hilarious results and this time he turned it around on us and gave a very impassioned plea for us to accept tearing up a little bit and we both accepted christ to other got us you can check out. Comedy at nazareth. Usa dot com or check out the book. Open twenty four hours to that. Thanks for the mailman. Mister mcfeely is here nazareth. All right here we are. Yeah right here. Going to cheers that we're gonna toast. Yeah alright alright. Wow and s- coffee and just my baptist friend. Yeah it's not anything else. So we're interviewing heavy metal band nazareth. Yes the dog..

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"nazareth" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

Daily Sales Tips

01:50 min | 5 months ago

"nazareth" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

"You're listening to the daily sales tips. Podcast i'm your host scott ingram. Today's tip comes in the form of a clip from the latest sales success stories. Podcast interview featuring said nazereth said was salesperson of the year worldwide in two thousand eighteen and twenty nineteen before joining amazon web services last year. Here's an excerpt building an internal network in a support group so research points and i read this going into sales that research blinds through the most successful salespeople having the strongest networks inside companies. If you think about it my experience with the company becomes my clients experience. I mean i think about being ambassador for my company and representing my company and helping the client get things done when the client asked me to deliver something full them. I have to navigate my organization and bring it back to them and love that outcome. So i've found that building deep relationships within the organization bays back in so many ways and it's not just building a network but it's also establishing that support group so one of the things that have found over and over my career as it takes a village not only to do it takes additional cell and to deliver successful outcomes. And so as you build your network. You'll quickly find your british supporters. The folks who can get things done the mobilizes within organizations and spar that network you also get diversity of thought right which which really helps with delivering better outcomes and generating a number of learning opportunities for my full interview with said. Just jump over to the sales success stories. Podcast and you'll find it in episode one twenty or as always we'll have a link for you at daily sales tips forward slash eight sixty five once. You've started that. Be sure to come back tomorrow for another great sales tip. Thanks for listening..

"nazareth" Discussed on Your Online Coffee Break

Your Online Coffee Break

03:21 min | 6 months ago

"nazareth" Discussed on Your Online Coffee Break

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"nazareth" Discussed on Your Online Coffee Break

Your Online Coffee Break

05:07 min | 6 months ago

"nazareth" Discussed on Your Online Coffee Break

"They said okay. You're stupid enough. We'll give it to you for half price. I said okay. So i went and i prayed about it. S some of my friends. So i said hey you know. I'm gonna share jesus through comedy known me for years. That's what i do. They said okay. We'll give you the money for it. And i had crystal. Lois had jackie. Of alaska's i had dead dentist union comedians rappers. Everything i bring him to the stadium to perform for people and they pay ever entertained and at the end. I do my comedy and then ask people if they wanna give the life to chris to come to the field and when they come to the field there's local pastors who minster to them and you know disciple them at their churches so we've done probably i don't know he didn't even ford stadium events we've done vegas within so many places so prayed god. The covid stopped us from doing live events. But the message still that. We're still want to continue their doing that. See i think it's wonderful to you. You've done so many wonderful things sir. God help hundreds of thousands of dollars for crisis pregnancy centers and other nonprofits. Run the united states. But you're also director for mystery. That supports christians in the gaza strip Anger co founder of ministry that reaches out to thousands of refugees fleeing here if johnston and iran while tells just about about that about what what motivate you do that and how are those going right now..

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"nazareth" Discussed on Your Online Coffee Break

Your Online Coffee Break

05:38 min | 6 months ago

"nazareth" Discussed on Your Online Coffee Break

"That's few seconds of people. Laugh that joy that makes him forget about their problems their fears and they start laughing as said. I want to do the next day at stand up comedy club in in the valley in encino california nevada in california the day after that i was at the comedy store the day after that i was at the improv and from that point on i had been doing comedy sense in professionally. you know after that. I think that's i think that's so incredible entity that i move. I mean what a major turning point right you decide. I'm gonna go. And i'm going to do comedy and i love that story how that how that started but also So love especially last several years. I mean he do clean comedy now. I know didn't start out that way. But he had another turning point. And i i can relate to that too. I'm a christian. I'd love to hear you kind of what what. Change your direction in comedy. Where you're like enjoying this. You know this is what i wanna do. But then you're like. I want to do this. I want to serve god. You know it was at a point you know right away. The first year of my comic chuck teams started capping. It was not normal. I mean i got a management. I'm doing a moment. Been traveling doing comedy clubs in arizona and vegas. The aladdin in vegas teens started happening embassy was looking into doing a sitcom clogged fish. Out of water middle eastern men in america and everything was great. I was i worked with chris. Rock and adam sandler kevin james all these guys and it was great but then one day a comedian friend of mine invited me to church so i went to the southern baptist surge in tustin california walked into thinking. God hates me a his mad at me. 'cause i my heart will always about me selfish me. What about me. Even when they help people who is about me. So i went to like okay. If hell's going to be so hot maybe going to church will make it less. You know the flame will be less and then i'm sitting there in. Actually it's funny story. I had long hair believe it or not back then. I had long hair and walked in and the deacon said oh. You can't come in and you get up with your hair behind under your shirt or jacket Or you can sit back with the what do you call it. The tax collectors ushers so i've sat in the back next with ushers and then when the when the pastor give the message. I don't know what happened with that. You loves me as a plan for my life. It is by grace through. Faith have been saved a gift from god. I walked rand forward. Gave my life to..

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"nazareth" Discussed on Your Online Coffee Break

Your Online Coffee Break

04:40 min | 6 months ago

"nazareth" Discussed on Your Online Coffee Break

"All about food. We love to eat out. you know. it's just like you know like valentine's day is not about love. It's about going out and eating mother's day this gardening father's day. Let's eat jesus was born. Let's go eat. Guess what your family going to be doing five minutes after they put you under in your memory they will eat. It's all about food. Our foreign policy is based on food will never have a war with china inland mexico. Why not they have good food. Russell were always wondered about the russians. You know why we don't najer.

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Defining Moments: Jesus' Baptism

Sunday Homily

03:26 min | 10 months ago

Defining Moments: Jesus' Baptism

"We are looking at a defining moment in jesus's life from the gospel of mark during christmas. We've been celebrating. The defining moment of jesus's birth but the birth of jesus is not found in the gospel of mark or the gospel of john. For that matter his birth is only found in the gospels of matthew and luke mark begins his gospel with jesus's baptism by john the baptist. Jesus comes from his hometown of nazareth in galilee. Where he'd been a carpenter all of his life. And at the age of thirty response to john's ministry he travels about one hundred miles south of his home to a remote portion of the jordan river tucked out in the judean desert just above the dead sea. And when he gets there he wades into the water in. John takes him under like everybody else in mark's gospel john doesn't announce jesus as anyone special like he doesn't some of the other gospels but when jesus comes up out of the water the thin curtain that separates heaven and earth is pulled back. The holy spirit descends on jesus in the form of a dove and the voice of god. The father says that's my son whom i deeply love. I'm so pleased with him. This is one of the few times in scripture where we see all three members of the trinity interacting the father the son and the holy spirit this is a defining moment which confirms that jesus is the son of god who's been sent to earth by the lord the father and the holy spirit reveal the identity of jesus the son god the father speaks directly to humanity which happens only one other time in the gospels. The father is very concise and tells us the main thing we need to know about. Jesus this is the son of god. Also the appearance of the holy spirit fulfils the prophecies of the messiah several times in the bible. We read that the spirit of the lord will come upon the messiah and rest upon him. Jesus's baptism is a defining moment. Both for those who witnessed it and heard his identity announced and for jesus himself because it's a turning point in his life. It marked a new direction for him. The beginning of his public ministry. Jesus is baptized by john. Not because their sin and is life that needs to be confessed forgiven. There isn't any sin. And jesus life instead. Jesus baptized to both reveal his true identity and because he's identifying himself with john's message that it's time to turn back to god because the kingdom of god is near king. Jesus the messiah. The son of god is in the house and that's what baptism is to this day. It's our way of identifying ourselves with jesus and his message of the kingdom. The good news of the gospel is that the king of kings the lord of lords. The creator of this world has arrived on the scene and his work of healing restoring and renewing. God's creation has begun. Jesus is in the process of making everything new and that process starts with us. Jesus came to make you knew and me new and he does that. When we are baptized and confess we believe that he is the messiah. The son of the living god through our baptism we become new creations of god. And that's good news. When you were baptized you became a new creation in christ and nothing or no one can ever change that. But you have to live it out through your faith filled life living the way. Jesus teaches us to live.

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"nazareth" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:04 min | 10 months ago

"nazareth" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"When I listen to the opening Of the Gospel, according to Mark The Gospel. The good news, according to Mark is one of the ancient biographies of Jesus of Nazareth. It was written 2000 years ago by a man named Mark, who was closely associated with Jesus. And for two millennia, people have been listening to and reading, studying and discussing the good news, according to Mark And often times something about it strikes people as too much. See, there's this word that Mark uses. Some would say over uses. It's an adverb, uh, a word that modifies a verb in action Word. It's normally translated as immediately or suddenly. Or at once. My personal favorite is the translation from the old King James version as straight way. And right out of the gates trait way Mark uses this adverb 13 times in the opening section of the gospel that I'll share with you in a moment and then before the book is over, he's going to use it. Another 28 times. Mark breaks all convention and uses this advert 41 times in the book. That's four times more than all the other New Testament writers put together. And with all this amped up at verbal action marks book practically bounces and bounds like Tigger. See what you think. So if you think it's too much This is the beginning. The good news about Jesus, the Messiah. The son of God. Just as it stands written in Isaiah, the Prophet look. I'm sending my messenger ahead of you. Who will prepare your way the voice of one crying in the wilderness. Prepare the way of the Lord. Make his pass straight. John came on the scene baptizing in the wilderness and proclaiming a baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sins and all the people of Judea and all the inhabitants of Jerusalem were coming out to John to be baptized by him in the river, Jordan confessing their sins. No John War, clothing made of camel's hair and a leather belt around his waist, and he was eating Locusts and wild honey and he would preach, saying One who comes after me is stronger than I am. I am not even worthy to stoop down and untie the strap of his sandal. Have baptized you with water, but he will baptize you with the Holy Spirit. And in those days it came to pass. Jesus came From Nazareth of Galilee, and he was baptized by John in the Jordan River and straight away as he was coming up out of the water. He saw the heavens being tourney open and the spirit like a dove descending into him. And a voice came from heaven, saying You are my beloved son. With you. I am well pleased it straightaway. The spirit drives him into the wilderness. And he was in the wilderness for 40 days being tempted by Satan and he was with the wild animals and the Angels were ministering to him. After John was arrested, Jesus came into Galilee proclaiming, preaching the good news of God, saying the time is fulfilled. The rule and reign of God is at hand. Repent now and believe the good news. And going on alongside the Sea of Galilee. He saw Simon and Andrew Simon's brother. They were casting the net into the sea. You know they were fishermen, and he said to them, follow me. And I will make you become people who fish for other people. Straightaway. They left their nets and followed him and going on a bit further. He saw James, the son of 70 and John, his brother's sitting in their boat, mending their nets and straightaway. He called them and they left their father's deputy in the boat with the hired servants and followed him and and they go into Capernaum and straightaway on the Sabbath. Upon going into the synagogue, he began to teach. And they were astonished at his teaching because he was teaching them exuding authority. Not like their scribes and straightaway. There wasn't their synagogue, a man in the power of an unclean spirit, and he cried house, saying Why are you meddling in our affairs? Jesus, Have you come to destroy us? I know who you are. The Holy one of God and Jesus rebuked him and said, be muzzled. And come out of him and the unclean spirit upon convulsing the man a lot and crying out in a loud voice came out and they were all thunderstruck, and they started arguing among themselves saying, What is this? A new teaching with authority. Commands even the unclean spirits and they obey him and straightaway. The report went out everywhere and all the region of gallery straightaway. He left the synagogue and went into the house of Simon and Andrew, with James and John, now Simon's mother in law was sick, burning up with a fever and straightaway. They told him about her. He came and he took her by the hand and lifted her up and the fever left her and she began to serve them. And that evening at sundown, they began to bring everyone who was sick and those who were being oppressed by demons so that the whole town was gathered together at the door and Jesus healed. Many who were sick with various diseases, and he drove out many demons, but he would not permit the demons to speak because they knew him and very early in the morning..

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"nazareth" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

03:38 min | 10 months ago

"nazareth" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"And even to understand his gospel. Here we can observe and ponder. The simple appeal the way godson came to be known for found yet full of hidden meanings and gradually we may even learned to imitate him here. We can learn to realize who christ really is and here. We can sense and take account of the conditions and circumstances that surrounded and affected his life on earth. Places the tenor of the times. The culture the language religious customs in brief everything which jesus used to make himself known to the world here. Everything's speaks to us. Everything has meaning here. We can learn the importance of spiritual discipline for all who wish to follow christ and to live by the teachings of his gospel how i would like to return to my childhood and ten the simply a profound school that is nazareth a wonderful to be close to marry learning again. The lesson of the true meaning of life learning again. god's truth but here we are only on pilgrimage. Time presses and i must set aside my desire to stay and carry on my education in the gospel for that. Education is never finished but i cannot leave without recalling briefly and in passing some thoughts. I take with me from nazareth i we learned from. Its silence if only we could once again appreciate it's great value. We need this wonderful state of mind. He said as we are by the cacophony of strident protests and conflicting claims so characteristic of these turbulent times the silence of nazareth should teach us how to meditate in peace and quiet to reflect on the deeply spiritual and to be open to the voice of god's inner wisdom and the council of his true teachers. Nazareth can teach us the value of studying and preparation of meditation of a well ordered personal spiritual life and of silent prayer that is known only to god second we learn about family life may nazar serve as a model of what family should be made. Show us the families holy and enduring character and exemplify its basic function in society a community of love and sharing beautiful for the problems that poses and the rewards it brings in some the perfect setting for rearing children and for this. There is no substitute finally in nazareth the home of craftsman son we learn about work in the discipline it entails i would especially like to recognize its value demanding yet redeeming and to give it proper respect. I would remind everyone that work has. Its own dignity on the other hand. It is not an end in itself its value and free character however derived not only from its place in the economic system as they say but rather from the purpose it serves in closing. May i express my deep regard for people everywhere who work for a living to them. I would point out there. Great model bryce their brother our lord and god who is their prophet in every 'cause that promotes their wellbeing. Oh god who were pleased to give us the shining example of the holy family graciously grant that we may imitate them and practicing the virtues of family life and in the bonds of charity and so in the joy of your house.

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"nazareth" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"nazareth" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The birth of Jesus as the messiah came about his mother Mary was pledged to be married to Joseph but before they came together she was found to be with child Joseph also went up from the town of Nazareth in Galilee to town hi Joseph.

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"nazareth" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"nazareth" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Mind we want to have bio diversity in the group so what we're going to do now is we're going to ask let me let me set the rules here gonna be strict about this first of all you must you must I will shut you off you must please put your question in the form of a question okay and you must limit it to one hundred syllables okay and I say this because it's doctor Lennix preference that we take three brief questions the kind you can just write down in a sentence and then he will respond to all three as he pleases in the remaining time yes Sir we speak a lot about science true next question what about mathematics is there evidence within pure mathematics itself for god's hand creation is there evidence within mathematics itself for god's hand very well done Sir would you carry that microphone to someone who has an equally terse question that gentleman right there in the middle row we read so I just want to know I think it's predictable to hear all kinds of questions whatever you go but I just curious I would like to know what we do if anything say to the lord when you meet him face to face to the what to the lord Jesus Christ to the Christian god Jesus of Nazareth.

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"nazareth" Discussed on Pit Lane Parley

Pit Lane Parley

11:36 min | 2 years ago

"nazareth" Discussed on Pit Lane Parley

"I honestly wouldn't wouldn't would know to be honest so now it's all good I appreciate all your insight on the on the earlier of the track here. I know I didn't tell you that this would be going on beforehand. Dan Did I. It's actually Emerson Fittipaldi. Who wanted with Patrick Racing and ninety one with penske Nigel? Mansell one here. Paul Tracy you see one the Twice at Nazareth and then The late Great Dan Wheldon won the final race here in in two thousand four. Let's see some interesting notes. Be Two thousand race was actually. I believe the week after the indy. Five hundred because it was postponed due to snow. Yes yes I remember that year I was supposed to go and I think plus Elliott in April and like the whole the whole tribe governs no and I didn't and the being able able to go because then my mom went and stories issues like yeah. Yeah we went and Michael crashed or whatever and then like she's like crashing flames or something. I wasn't actually there so I don't actually know that crash happened but I was like Oh man and you know just had snow in April that would that'd be very common for the for the northeast of those who aren't from the northeast Like Tim and I. It snows really weird times here throughout the year but some other notables Again another unfortunate late great driver. Greg Moore won in the cart indy lights days Roy Swan in the Cart Art Atlantic Championship Christiana Demata. Let's see here rob. You'll everybody's favourite. Mike Groff won twice year on indie lights. I think GMAT will get a kick out of that one because I brought up his name a couple of weeks ago and I believe. Correct me if I'm wrong here. But this was Scott Dixon's first I win in two thousand one or resists second ever on a Salas's I could cook as I remember on facebook when they were her car was doing like I. I don't know those acidic to Scott or if it was deleted as general events throughout history but they streamed that race on facebook live. And I'm pretty sure I way back then. It was pacwest racing Matt's favorite driver Elliott Casher. NEVA's one there in two thousand three the second so last year and and See Bobby Ray Hall another semi East Coast Ish favorite one in Nineteen ninety-two. Let's see who on Michael. Michael Andretti won the year. I was born that's Nineteen eighty seven for those keeping track at home Let's see here. What else we have? We had some. We never had NASCAR whatever. It is like Cup series was back then but we had the busch series in some of the the truck. serey yeah there was no I think it was Kenny Wallace. I don't WanNA throw one of the bus but I remember there was a race. I think it was him and he was there and he was complaining about it. Being five turns does sound for it does sound familiar millier. I don't know either It probably was Kenny walls because he says a lot of ridiculous things but I don't I don't recall And if you follow Marco Andretti you saw a more recent picture of Nazareth which is kind of depressing but I will find that and put it on our social media four when we released the episode here But the trek looks like it's probably never gonNA come back but I'll We'll end our short. You know lost track. I lost track segment with Tim. What do you know about a what's currently going on there and be? How can people help out the save? Nazareth Earth's speedway group are so. Here's here's lowdown. Let's see back in September of twenty eighteen. Gene it's been actually just over a year. I started a petition and just as as a disclaimer. I never really Believe that I was actually going to do anything I've got. Some flack online from like any car. Read it and stuff. They're like oh just because you make a petition. Does that mean as GonNa know actually happened unlike it was always meant as a focal point of people's voices to go. Hey the we all believe in this day okay. So I started this petition. First not as a means to bring the race track back to life and being bring racing because I I always fell fell not to be morbid but I didn't really think it was going to come back so I I mean as a by myself and I wanted to have I racing scam track like if something was going to be something good was going to come out of this. I wanted to at least have it for virtually saved for as long as there's the Internet that somebody could could at least enjoy it in run a virtual car and at least kind of feel you know the ups and the downs and like five turns like doesn't really happen on over right now So that kind of like took off like the first few months. Few thousand people signed a personal friend of mine. I bought a a copy of the deed to like read through it. Just understand all the INS and outs and I I still have a copy of it and the clauses like so in-depth of like. You can't do anything that's related to motorcycles. Anything that has an engine in it like it could even be go-carts like they won't let anybody run a Go-cart as long as there isn't a ticket to spectate a go kart like it goes as deep as saying that you can't sell racing memorabilia like you can't sell video games have racing on that property like they didn't want anyone to do a damn thing with nothing so that was always like like the big hurdle so like when When the current owner bought the track you know for Sam people calling him on the phone? They're like with all these ideas says like. Hey let's do this. Let's do that and I call them on the phone and I was like hey started this petition. Got A few thousand people signed it like I know nothing's going to happen but I wanted to bring this attention and I felt like there was some sort of confusion. Maybe not save being older. Does that but being the computer age I wasn't quite sure. There was a disconnect of being like. I want the races game video game or racist videogame. Can we scan it and he kind of took it as like. Oh we're going to have to clear maintain it like. I'm not going to spend the money for that. It's GonNa be like five hundred thousand dollars. I was like I like like a volunteer group or something just to kind of do Adele. Juniors do Rangers go the lawn Mower Lacquers or whatever like of course is going going to be a bit more than that but you know just to get fresh enough. Were young going there. Do we need to do and just let it go so like throughout that that year. A contact Steve Myers and I kind of feel bad. You know about Steve Myers. He's the guy that was kind of the face of IRA saying basically and I've probably hit a chord because throughout the times me or somebody else around me or just somebody else has spammed him about about scan Nazar skin as an points like. Don't even talk to me about it like I already looked into. It can't do it. Don't care whatever the case so that's Kinda Kinda Kind of upsetting. But you know I. It is what it is so like through two thousand nineteen. I kind of let it go for a bit because I was getting burned out like I was the only person calling all these people calling the owner. And I'm like I can't do as a result says let it go forbid and then add a nowhere like February so people started contact me and they're like. Hey that person that made petition. Now's like yeah what's it's up and like yeah. I feel strongly about this. 'cause I wanNA join you scalise things and I was like sure great. I mean it. It was hard enough doing a by myself. Sure so we went through all the rounds. You know we we've reached out the MARLINS readies business manager. We had some back and forth with him on that You know some people of the Ingenio Jedi families you know reach out to the page in saws posting Ness adjust and basically out of that. Front it just kind. Anna gave the impression that they felt like the community abandoned the track in some way because they were noting about Pocono. I know and like Oh you know. The fans don't support Pocono and it seemed to strike some court of if people didn't go the Nazareth. You know like people certainly did go so I don't know a Understand the disconnect of of where that support may have not been nor may have been there but that was sort of the feeling from some of the members are not going to disclose any sort of names field. That's not good but you know it's a seizure only should at sort of a whoa is me like you know like like were you people then sort of thing and I always stress. I'm like I'm in my twenty S. I was a teenager when that track close so people like my age that are Kinda like rallying around me and you know sort of all I born in the late like like the late eighties early nineties like we were children like a it would have been our parents to stand up and you know do that. Then now it's Our turn so like you know we reach out them and we spoke to different people in the community and we as far as we got was does we we we we reached out to. I think it was the American like Motor Sports Association or like the United States Motor Sports Association. I think is what it was and basically what. Doug a nonprofit and they they work with owners that WanNa like like do something racing.

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"nazareth" Discussed on Pit Lane Parley

Pit Lane Parley

11:49 min | 2 years ago

"nazareth" Discussed on Pit Lane Parley

"A special episode of Pit Lane. KARLA WE'RE GONNA call this First Episode D. We lost track sedition. We're going to start with my home track in Netzer speedway and I enjoined by one of the guys from these. Save Nazareth's Group here with Tim Sullivan. Tim Thanks for joining me tonight. Thanks for having me. I really appreciate you reaching out to be from You know so for those who may not be familiar with is located near me about an hour and fifteen minutes north and Tim Tickets through Steve Founding in the real old school of What was then called Nazareth national speedway all right right So I'm not sure how many people actually no There was actually a horse. Track closer in the the middle of town back in the eighteen fifties Sounds like your old style you know. Of course I think it was like a mile milers half-mile but it was around. Like nine thousand. Nine hundred are so they moved out of town to where the site a where the track is right. Now in the bill a half mile track and that's currently like where the giant in in all those stores are a a on one ninety one and two forty eight so they didn't actually start Auto races until about nineteen ten so in those were like those like motor Polo. I don't know if you've seen some of those screen shots or they were the old like tractors. I guess if you will and it was like water polo or like a horse like the that we're used to seeing in booth polo stick and you're driving around in a car. You're smack balls around. I didn't last very long but the note that was. Actually yes. It's funny. I'm just reading my notes here wikipedia calls at Auto Polo Ended it actually drew a crowd of at the time which I guess is pretty big in ten thousand eleven thousand people which is pretty substantial for kind of a rural area in northeastern Pennsylvania. Yeah so gone. A bit further down The I like large raise was hosted after after world. War Two BY TRIPLE A. IF I'm not sure like a lot of younger people are of course saying younger. I'm not that old either either but a lot of folks that don't know about AAA and other things that they used to do like that back then and then and for a large race was about thirty cars or so in a crammed in with eleven thousand people or so. That was a pretty big that back then So a second track was built in nineteen sixty six. So that was the larger one mile BURTT was actually one one eighths the odd length. But you'll probably know that there was actually two dirt tracks there Jose oval at and. Then there's a smaller half mile. Sounds Bill Sixty six. which is the current ration- in early Exact location of that track So like during the during the a A one thousand nine hundred sixties. That's when the bigger track hosted like you sack events and whatnot and it was actually. I think it was in in sixty six. That Ellen Serbia Mario so like the big big time hero you know was beaten out out by someone. That's not from the area so I'm sure that was a for for a fun thing to watch. Yes it's funny Everybody a associated with the track with the ANDROID. Obviously since they will now pretty much all lives down the street or nearby but Alan Sir is actually the guy who on the first USAK race. They're big names like Alan like like a Was David rudiments. Dad buzzy rude. Yeah Yeah like you had this old school names that like l. a.. People think about it because they just go. Oh it's Nazar has got to be ready right We had the large oval Closed down around nineteen seventy-one but the smaller tracks stayed open. That hosted your weekly dirt nights stuff like your like your modifies in your life. Your legends sort of stops that went on on while that track was closed in it wasn't until nineteen eighty two where the were both tracks were purchased by a local businessman. Blendi Cardi already. A lot of people know that name but that was like a local up. PA Guy That he has attract promoter and whatnot so he he bought both tracks but sadly with running both tracks that gets quite expensive so in eighty seven a it was a seven that does purchased by Penske and then the large over was paved over was actually slightly shortened and and then paved over in the small oval was sold. Elaine Co which for those people that don't know about lane cotswold grocery store. Chain for as millennials. You may or may not be old enough to know about that but like after that was paved you handler like the the Nascar Busch series in the trucks will and modifies. They had carte Obviously so then I'll ran pretty much up until it closed in two thousand four and then you know the track was Paul also as Penske was getting out of the track game which they own which he own Michigan and auto club and so it's like Houston only get out of that and he was starting to sell those off so he actually sold at two. I C which is your your international speedway corporation bloomer. Hatim that's up up the US oppose so as like the big expansion was happy with Nascar. You have these. Bigger corporations is biology tracks. And what they would do they would go. Well there's a market somewhere else so as opposed to having somebody else owning compete. We'll just by encloses says he had to happen to tracks over across the US so they actually moved. The Nasdaq dates Watkins Glen. And I'm sure there's some people that may not know but those stands on the front stretch or actually the stands that I used to sit in when it was here. So so it's Kinda like kinda frustrating when you go Glenn like those stands don't belong here kind of like the general rundown of of like what transpired so you know there's a big tracks like Indianapolis that you know that's been open since nineteen fourteen or whatever. Yes there's always binny's track here will whether it was in town or smaller drove lord larger one lights lights There's always been something there as kind of you know. It's kind of sad to see when I was born in ninety one. So that's that's where my dad took me. I lived up the street so I could hear it like I was not even like a mile away as cart was there. I'd go outside like Michael's well here. Michael all excited and you know but we don't have that anymore sadly so yeah I'm sure people on the show of heard me say a abundance times. They used to run around the grandstands while my dad was still working for car but it was such a cool facility Some of my notes that I'm going to share with with everybody here attract when it was paved was actually advertised as a one point. One two five mile track again. Just like the track I'm sorry a one mile paved track but the actual measurement was a l. less than a mile so teams figured out how to really get good field strategy there and once it was officially measured it was actually point nine miles so and not really young not quite a mile although it's essentially the same thing and the I. R. L. In the last rests on two three years of the track Used a measurement of point. Nine three five for timing and scoring although NASCAR car kept it as you know one mile until two thousand four and I do always laugh. I don't particularly As everybody knows pay close attention to NASCAR but when you see Watkins Glen you see the standard really familiar. Remember before I first time they were up there. The grants were there. I feel a little sad. Dad was the first place. I saw any sort of racing in one of the first tracks in the northeastern area. Another track ET AL cover in the coming weeks is Trenton speedway which is also very unique. Very very unique he can vary early. Nineteen hundreds tracks of another one. That's kind of a forgotten area By both the open wheel and NASCAR standards in today's world. But obviously we have richmond coming back next year which is great Let's look at some of the winners here as pretty cool Danny soul than actually one in Iraq race. Here as you mentioned Al Unser won the first USAK racier. Mario Andretti won the second USAK. Zachary's here something no was the old Marlboro challenge us to run run. Their back was delay eighties. I think it was like the Big Lake is basically the all star race but cart. Yeah it was Those were those refund races to watch which If you can find them online they're they're definitely good Let me ask. Let me ask you a question here. I'm GonNa this is typically something I do to my co host but let mrs you can Guess here the only person to win the race here in back to back years would be. What driver would be nineteen eighty nine and nineteen ninety man? Dan I don't I don't WanNa say now for some reason I was GONNA say Little Al but that's that's not right you'd be incorrect on.

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Netanyahu’s Fate May Depend on Israeli Arab Voters. Will They Turn Out?

The World

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Netanyahu’s Fate May Depend on Israeli Arab Voters. Will They Turn Out?

"There's no question about who is America's strongest ally in the Middle East it's long been Israel tomorrow Israeli voters head to the polls prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has staked his political survival on a hardline nationalists view he's warning that if he is not reelected a coalition of leftist Arabs could seize control of the government Arab Israelis make up more than twenty percent of voters there the world's Matthew bell has been speaking with Arab voters in the city of Nazareth. here we go let's. we start. people

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"nazareth" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"nazareth" Discussed on WGN Radio

"As Jesus of Nazareth about a century before Jesus and a century after Jesus hundreds of Jewish men claim to be the messiah or were hailed as the messiah hundreds and all of them have one thing in common. They all died. Many of them died. Violently many of them died at the hands of the Romans. Many of them were crucified. Most of them were more in by their followers. Most of them were celebrated as martyrs and their friends and relatives found comfort in knowing that they lived on in some spiritual way with God in heaven. And all that time, we have no record of any Jewish followers claiming that their leader had been physically literally raised from the dead by the God of Israel. No one except one Jesus of Nazareth. What would bring about this claim from these particular followers of Jewish man? Who's thought to be the messiah they experienced at least you could say, psychologically, not a diversion, but a conversion they had their world turned upside down. This is why this latter follower of Jesus named Paul said I have been crucified with Christ. And I no longer live in the world has been crucified with me. And I to the world and Galatian shafter to verse twenty in chapter six verse fourteen the case in point for this is this man we called doubting Thomas. So there Thomas is he's he's struggling with a disappointment that many Jews had felt before him and many would feel after him the guy he followed for three years that he thought was the messiah is dead. And he's processing the grief, and then his friends come and say that he is risen from the dead. The messiah is not supposed to get crucified by the pagans. He's supposed to conquer the pagans crucified. Messiah risen from the dead. That would turn the world upside down these followers of Jesus they did not devise a diversion. They suffered a conversion not like grams to tablespoons or dollars to yen. But like would converted to fire like a grain of wheat buried in the ground converted to a harvest? What's the most straightforward way to account for this conversion? They met Jesus. Face to face risen from the dead. The living. God has brought you to hear this message of his son today. What.

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"nazareth" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"nazareth" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Do. Now, it makes sense to me that after he endures the trial and the temptations of the wilderness that he would be ready to go home. And so he returns to his hometown of Nazareth, the place where he grew up, and he goes back to the synagogue, and he reads scripture for the people gathered there something he has done many times before. So what makes this time end with Jesus almost being thrown off a cliff outside of town. As much as I searched for ways to say, otherwise have to confess that it is Jesus who I drives the scene into uncharted and dangerous territory. It's Jesus who says exactly the thing that he knows will enrage the people. The gathered crowd. There is proud. They're amazed the pleased with his hometown boy made good and Jesus could have stopped there. And it would have been a lovely day. But he doesn't he continues into what they're going to say next pushing back on arguments that they have yet to make. Talking about how this accepting adoring group will never accept him. And taking stories from scripture and interpreting them in a way that he knows will be hurtful. The I think that Jesus knows that the people of Nazareth's don't understand what it means for him to be anointed by God. The messianic. Good news that they imagine involves Rome being overthrown, not their own values and ideals being overthrown. They imagine good news. That means victory. Not sacrifice. So why does Jesus choose to offend this group of loving people? Now. Why not let it be? And let them hear this news later. The answer is clearer. I think if we think of this scene in Nazareth as a continuation of that temptation story in the wilderness. If we think that perhaps this is the next opportune time that the devil finds to tempt Jesus away from what he's been called to do. The temptation in Nazareth is not the temptation of food or.

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"nazareth" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"nazareth" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Not only that way. With regard to people. It seems to be that way. With just about everything. The last place a person will find honor and acclaim is in her own space. What is familiar to us? What we have grown up with or been close to for a long time often goes pretty much unappreciated on a day to day basis. The treasures that are all around us are often not valued for what they really are. We see them every day. But that very customary site is often the reason for our own blindness. Like the pictures on the walls of our homes. We walk by them countless times every day. We passed them by we even sit directly in front of them. But we just don't seem to see them. It takes a stranger to come along and point out their beauty and worth. My thoughts. Go to a beautiful painting of my own mother who died which hangs in my living room wall. I used to look at it every single time. I walk by. Now, I have to remind myself. It's there it's become so familiar the familiar. Often become invisible. Our God is invisible to us yet. He is very much a part of our lives. So let us take a moment to pray together to our father in heaven using the very same words that Jesus gave his disciples our father who art in heaven hallowed be name Viking com. They will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day. Our daily bread and forgive us, our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil on then. Yes. Familiar oftentimes becomes invisible. It was that way with Jesus I think. The people of Nazareth's like the Jews in all the other towns, we're awaiting a messiah. After Jesus told them he was the one. They not only didn't believe him. They tried to kill him. Nobody we know could be the messiah they thought. The kid who grew up in our town. Why he couldn't be the messiah we know him too. Well. You.

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Officer, Mike Mccurry and Episcopal Church discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Officer, Mike Mccurry and Episcopal Church discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"The democrats forced that law upon our nation but the fact is there is no law requiring the separation of families only the administration's new zero tolerance policy this mother says she's seen it in action telling us when she asked a border patrol agent why they would take her fiveyearold last she says the officer smiled and said don't you know the laws of course we're going to take your daughter some clergy or taking issue with attorney general jeff sessions quoting the bible romans thirteen to justify the trump administration policy saying the government is ordained by god mike mccurry presiding bishop of the episcopal church says sessions is misinterpreting the bible is not good separate children from their parents you don't need rocket science you don't need a the ethics and to understand that that is not the religious tradition of jesus of nazareth china says it will impose retaliatory tariffs on us farm goods cars and seafood after the trump administration's announcement today of tariffs on chinese goods you're listening to abc news arizona's news station news station ktar on air ninety two three fm online at ktar dot com and streaming live on the ktar news app your breaking news.

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