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"nazareth" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

04:53 min | 11 months ago

"nazareth" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Jesus of Nazareth noted winemaker dead at thirty three someone sent us that one from the Washington post you just got one a tweet from someone about C. N. N. E. S. pull right up here one second talk amongst yourselves I'm working for and here it is trump kills unarmed father of three shame on him you know try up I thought did a great job in his press conference first he read a statement and then to my utter surprise and I was scared to death he started taking questions and he did extremely well ninety percent of time I don't think you should have brought up the book forty predicted bed laden becoming powerful and given out the phone number on how to buy the book I thought that was the only bad thing you want but the media went nuts regarding some of the things he said and I thought trump showed empathy for the children that were killed and showed empathy for the children that the soldiers saved over eleven children they saved from death here is some more what he said yesterday after running into a dead end title whimpering and crying and screaming all the way the compound had been cleared by this time with people either surrendering or being shot and killed eleven young children were moved out of the house and our own injured the only ones remaining for Baghdadi in the tunnel and he had dragged three of his young children with him they were led to certain death he reached the end of the tunnel as our dogs chased him down he ignited his vest killing himself and the three children his body was mutilated by the blast the total had already been on it in addition to stop there for a second this is weird CNN commentators from the Obama administration were critical of two thirds all he shouldn't a mention that he died whimpering and crying like a baby that was very insensitive to the people of that region and poured salt in the wound skews me this was a guy to be headed for people this is a guy who burned people to death in a CNN commentator goes he shouldn't have said that he died whimpering like a baby that's rubbing salt in a wound and he also should miss said that he blew up in pieces and that they brought some of the pieces back to test for DNA that was very insensitive and that could calls future radicals to seek revenge listen to my old Obama friends who I got to know when I was mayor and governor they're going to find an excuse to attack us no matter what we say or do and your method of plane nice and sweet didn't work either but it was just amazing how the CNN commentators just had to look for anything to be critical of and it was almost like the commentators were extremely depressed that anything would trump's name had success even though is beneficial to not only the United States but the world and did you notice that they didn't read anything that other leaders of other nations had to say you know we never heard from leaders from France or Germany or Great Britain and what their commentary was regarding this USA attack now when Obama rightfully got credit for killing bin laden they had all these positive comments from Republicans Democrats in people from our throughout the world about the leadership and I thought you saw some interesting politics that the trump administration released a picture in the situation room very similar to the picture that was released by the Bob ministration of not only a bomber but secretary of state Hillary Clinton at the time so sadly there are some politics being played based.

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"nazareth" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:16 min | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:53 min | 1 year 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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"nazareth" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

16:28 min | 2 years ago

"nazareth" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Kings strengths. Hello. I'm Mark is your thanks for joining us today. Your gifts and prayers help the Lutheran hour bring Christ to the nations and the nations to the church. Thank you for your faithful support. Now, here's our speaker. Dr Michael Ziegler. A young girl in her teenage sister, wait along a cobblestone street. There is a crowd. And so she's having trouble seeing past the grownups, everyone's chattering. Excitedly someone shouts here. He comes crowd breaks just enough for the little girl to slip through to the edge of the street. A man on a magnificent Brown and white horse passes. She looks up and waves. He waves back. Continues down the street surrounded by his loyal subjects. Her sister whispers in her ear now, you are special forever. Because you have been greeted by a king. That's a scene from Lois Lowry's book number the stars a story based on life in Denmark under the rule of king Christian tense. What would it be like to have a king? That's a difficult question for us to answer kings monarchies for the most part have gone out of style. We don't know what it's like to yearn for a king. And so in a similar way, we may have trouble understanding the accounts that narrate the birth of Jesus in the New Testament, if you slow down and listen to the first chapter of the biography of Jesus called the gospel of Luke. You will hear people aching with hope for a king. Not just any king. The messiah. The king chosen by God who would defeat the enemy you listen to the first chapter of Luke, and you will hear Elizabeth rejoice simply for the fact that she had been greeted by the mother of her king. You will hear Mary seeing for joy that the Lord was going to cast down the mighty from their thrones. And raise up the offspring the seed of Abraham you will hear Zachariah rejoice that the Lord has raised up a king from the house of David who will save his people forgive their sins and enable them to serve God without fear. You listen to Luke chapter one, and you will hear loyal subjects waiting for king. Listen to this excerpt from Luke chapter one beginning of the twenty six th verse in the sixth month, God sent the angel. Gabriel to Nazareth in Galilee to a woman. A virgin pledged to be married to a man named Joseph who was a descendant of David the virgins name was Mary. The angel said to her three meetings. You who are highly favored the Lord is with you. Mary was trouble that his words and wondered what kind of greeting this might be. But the angel said to her do not be afraid Mary you have found saver with yard. You will be with child and give birth to a son, and you are to name him Jesus. He will be great. And we'll be called son of the most high and the Lord God will give to him the throne of his father, David and he will rule he will reign over the house of Jacob forever. And there will be no end to his kingdom. Mary said how will this be since? I'm a virgin. Angel said to her the Holy Spirit will come upon you and the power of the most high will overshadow you. And so the holy one to be born will be called the son of God. Even Elizabeth your relative is going to have a child in her old age. And she who is said to be barren is now in her sixth month for nothing will be impossible with God. And Mary said. I am the Lord servant. Beats me as you have said. Angel left her. At that time, Mary got ready and hurried to a house in the hill country of Judea. Does Acuras house and she greeted Elizabeth Elizabeth as soon as Elizabeth heard Mary's greeting the baby in her womb leapt for joy. And Elizabeth was silv- with the Holy Spirit. And she exclaimed in a loud voice. Blessed. Are you among women and blessed is the child that you will bear? Why am I so favored that the mother of my Lord should come to me? Soon as the sound of your greeting reached my ears the baby in my womb leapt for joy. Blessed is she who has believed that what the Lord has said to her will be accomplished. Mary said. My soul magnifies the Lord. And my spirit rejoices in God. My savior. Lord has regarded. So slowly of his handmaiden for me wholesomeness day generations will call me blessed. For the mighty one has done. Great things to me. Holy is his name. And his mercy is on all those who fear him from generation to generation he has shown strength with his arm. He has scattered the proud in the imaginations of their heart. He has cast down the mighty from their throne. Exalted lowly. He has filled the hungry with good sings. Ritchie is sent empty away. He has helped his servant Israel in remembrance of his mercy. As he spoke to our fathers to Abraham and to his seed forever. My soul. Magnifies the Lord and my spirit rejoices in God. My say, your my soul, magnifies, the Lord and my spirit rejoices in God. My safe your. Mary stayed with Elizabeth for about three months, and then she went home. This is the gospel of the Lord. Oh christ. What would it be like to have a king? Who inspired your soul to magnify the Lord? If we want to try to understand what the birth of Jesus means what the birth of Jesus meant to this group of Jewish people who authored the documents that came to be called the New Testament, and we need to attempt an answer to this question. What would it be like to have a king? Now king Jesus is different than any other monarch that has ruled throughout the ages, but I have found a helpful comparison between king Jesus and this king of Denmark that I mentioned in this that king in Denmark exhibited a strength that inspired his people through weakness and defeat to resist the enemy in a similar way. Our king Jesus exhibits a strength that inspires his people through weakness. And defeat to resist the enemy. King Christian the tents ruled in Denmark for thirty five years from nineteen twelve to nineteen forty seven. He was one of Denmark's most beloved king's every morning, he would ride out on his Royal Steed through the streets of Copenhagen to greet his people in one thousand nine hundred forty the Nazi armies invaded Denmark. If they were to try to fight the Nazis by force. Sounds of Danish people would have died in vain king Christian knew this. And so the first thing he did was order his navy to burn the entire fleet of ships in the harbor so that they would not fall into the hands of the Nazis, and then he ordered his military to lay down their arms and surrender the Nazis took this for weakness. But there is a strength yet is stronger and bullets and bonds, Lois Lowry based children's book number the stars on life in Denmark under the reign of king Christian during the Nazi occupation in the historical afterward of her book. She wrote the Nazis controlled the newspapers the rail system, the government hospitals schools. And the day to day existence of the Danish people, but they never controlled king Christian. Every day during the occupation. He would continue to go out from his palace on his horse unguarded and greeted by his people one story has it that a Nazi soldier asked. A boy standing on the road there who is this man who writes past every day on his horse. And the boy said he is the king the king of Denmark. Is he is a king is his bodyguard. And the voice said to the soldier all Denmark is his bodyguard. Some rulers wheeled economic technological and military might but the true strength of a king is unveiled in the loyalty of his people. What would it be like to have a king? What would it be like to have a person who brings out the best in us a person who because of his great love for his people inspired in them, sacrificial service and undying loyalty? What would it be like if all your every day tasks your chores were lifted out of the realm of survival out of the realm of earning a paycheck exalted into sacred service for your king? What would it be like if the bravery and the strength and the kindness of your king had the effect of making you braver, stronger and more kind. Would it be like Jesus is your king? Jesus is unique kind of king. He's not like other kings, even Mary and Elizabeth they could not anticipate what this king would do. They rejoiced at his conception. But they could not fully conceive of his mission. He is a king who would conquer not by seizing power and taking control. But through weakness. To surrendering power submitting to death, even death on a cross. Why would he be king in this way? Of all the ways that he could be king. Why would he be king in this way? This was God's chosen way the only way for him to truly defeat the enemy. This. I think is where the analogy between king Jesus and the king of Denmark breaks down. It's in the nature of the enemy. See the most dangerous enemy for you. And I he does not launch a direct assault. It's more of an inside job. It's less like a blitzkrieg and Moore like guerrilla warfare or psychological warfare. See your enemy has a two pronged attack. The first of which is to tell you that you have absolute power to decide what's right for you. He will produce you to behave as a little monarch to manipulate and control the people around you to build your kingdom, and this power has a way of corrupting. And eventually your kingdom will crumble and fall. And that's when he launches the second prong of attack, which is to tell you that you are a failure. That you are so riddled with guilt and shame that you have no value to anyone. And if you try to fight him on your own, strengths and breathe bills. Your kingdom. Once again, it will crumble and fall. And once again, he will tell you that you are worthless. Abandoned by your people damned by your God. And so great is his hatred. Did he will delight not just to do this cycle once or twice, but again, and again, even to your eternal damnation if you give them the chance? Jesus came king for this. At every point in his life when the enemy tempted him to seize control and take power for himself. Jesus willingly. Submitted to the father's plan. Willingly served. Even when they were crucifying him. Jesus prayed for the people who were telling him in the strongest possible terms that they thought he was worthless. Jesus prayed for them. See Luke chapter twenty three versus thirty two through thirty five. And they're on the cross at this most extreme point of weakness and failure. And shame. They're Jesus broke the power of the enemy. You remember the ironic? Message. They put above his head. This is the king. Promise king of the Jews. Only the cross of Jesus has the power. To cast down the mighty from their thrones. Only the cross of Jesus has the power to scatter. The proud in the imagination of our hearts..

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"nazareth" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"nazareth" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Sometimes we forget the purpose of the holiday, but I'm here to remind you for the reason that the holiday and to test your knowledge of the greatest man devil, walked the earth questions about Jesus. Okay. Where was Jesus born Nazareth? No Lehem Bethlehem she's Ireland. What always Jesus of Nazareth claiming he was from Nazar did Jesus have siblings. Well, Maria Mary was a virgin, so if they did they were adopted I'm going to say, no J. Yeah. No. Yes. He did. Have you had brothers James Joseph and Judah and Simon now, I don't know about sisters, but he did have brothers. How old was Jesus when he died. Thirty three very good Jay child. How did Jesus die? Well, the died on the cross good. It said Jesus performed about thirty nine miracles in his lifetime. Can you name four miracles that Jesus performed just fall out of thirty nine two or three d turned water into wine, whatever he He needed. walked on water. I'm supposed to be he rose on Easter. He rose from the day does a pretty big miracle. That's a good one. Right. So that we got three how many you got you re maybe raised Lazarus from the dead. Right. He curate a man with leprosy, he healed a man who was deaf. And he'll the crippled woman on what body of water that Jesus walk on what body of water. Did he walk on great? You just said. It could question the dead center. Still there in Israel, still the Dead Sea. The sea of Galilee, and what town was Jesus crucified. Nazareth jerusalem. What job did Jesus have? He's a carpenter. You good. If I was the carpenter who sent us Jesus to die. Yeah. Punches pilot Judas Judas betrayed and Madrid pilots last one Jesus had the first posse the twelve disciples. Don't you don't say that to LeBron offensive. I know can you name half of the twelve disciples? Give me six of the twelve disciples Judas was wine. Yep. Very good. Barabbas was one right? Nope. Roberts is one of the robbers. I who else was in there. It's all in the bible. Yeah. I know. But I haven't resigned. Peter. Okay. Andrew james. It's going to be a Mark in their Philip. Thaddeus? Bartholomew another Thomas, James the other. They call them. Matthew and Simon. Wow. Did you know all that? Jeff to look it up..

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"nazareth" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"nazareth" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Sometimes we forget the purpose of the holiday, but I'm here to remind you for the reason that the holiday and to test your knowledge of the greatest man devil, walked the earth questions about Jesus. Okay. Where was Jesus born Nazareth? No Lehem Bethlehem she's Ireland. What always Jesus of Nazareth claiming he was from Nazar did Jesus have siblings. Well, Maria Mary was a virgin, so if they did they were adopted I'm going to say, no J. Yeah. No. Yes. He did. Have you had brothers James Joseph and Judah and Simon now, I don't know about sisters, but he did have brothers. How old was Jesus when he died. Thirty three very good Jay child. How did Jesus die? Well, the died on the cross good. It said Jesus performed about thirty nine miracles in his lifetime. Can you name four miracles that Jesus performed just fall out of thirty nine two or three d turned water into wine, whatever he He needed. walked on water. I'm supposed to be he rose on Easter. He rose from the day does a pretty big miracle. That's a good one. Right. So that we got three how many you got you re maybe raised Lazarus from the dead. Right. He curate a man with leprosy, he healed a man who was deaf. And he'll the crippled woman on what body of water that Jesus walk on what body of water. Did he walk on great? You just said. It could question the dead center. Still there in Israel, still the Dead Sea. The sea of Galilee, and what town was Jesus crucified. Nazareth jerusalem. What job did Jesus have? He's a carpenter. You good. If I was the carpenter who sent us Jesus to die. Yeah. Punches pilot Judas Judas betrayed and Madrid pilots last one Jesus had the first posse the twelve disciples. Don't you don't say that to LeBron offensive. I know can you name half of the twelve disciples? Give me six of the twelve disciples Judas was wine. Yep. Very good. Barabbas was one right? Nope. Roberts is one of the robbers. I who else was in there. It's all in the bible. Yeah. I know. But I haven't resigned. Peter. Okay. Andrew james. It's going to be a Mark in their Philip. Thaddeus? Bartholomew another Thomas, James the other. They call them. Matthew and Simon. Wow. Did you know all that? Jeff to look it up..

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

The Dave Ramsey Show

00:37 sec | 2 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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"nazareth" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"nazareth" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"Right there in the same verse where it says he was rejected by the people who should have respected him the most you ever felt that way it could be a parent could be a child that you've done the most for the only people that can really hurt you are the ones you really love there's nothing like being rejected by people that you expected more from and even had the right to expect more from he should have been able to ten times the miracles in nassar he should have been able to do much more for the people who already knew it and that could have been enough to stop soft jesus would've stopped in nassar oh i'm sorry y'all think i'm taking it too far i'll tone it now i apologize i'm so sorry i won't say these things anymore i'm sorry i won't heal anybody if you don't like it i'll go back to the carpenter shop is cool just please don't make fun of me we get so worried about rejection that we miss god's next direction for our life and the moment you understand that many of the rejections that we experience are really redirections you will no longer be trapped in nassar some of us have gotten bitter offended or trapped scandal on to set a trap trapped in nazran what is nazran the place where people said you could at the place where who was who was supposed to be there wasn't there the place where you failed and you had great expectations and you disappointed them here's what happens next.

"nazareth" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"nazareth" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"His miracles to them were remarkable but when they tried to reconcile the fact that he was one of them with what he was doing they they couldn't reconcile the fact that something good could come from us and when you have a view of yourself that has been shaped year after year even generation after generation by stereotypes or by generalizations or by failures it comes to a point where you really start to believe that nothing good can come from you and some of you are right there today trapped in mass ruth because you've got some things in your past and some of them aren't even your fault but just because it wasn't your fault doesn't mean it's not your prison and in this room there is sexual molestation that happened twenty three years ago and still dominates your perception of what your future can be and there are many in this room who are still imprisoned in a failed relationship the relationship failed five years ago but you are living in in this very moment nassar can anything good come from someone like me he's just like us he's one of us and they were amazed at first and then they begin to despise what they were first mass that when they realized wait a minute he's one of us there is a part of us that is able to believe that god is great.

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"nazareth" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"nazareth" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"And whom the prophets also robe watch jesus of nazareth where's he from again nazereth the son of joseph and then the reaction helped me to understand why the people of nazareth resisted jesus and missed his miracles and it helped me understand why tend to push people away sometimes and it helped me understand why sometimes i reject the love people are trying to give me but really i'm rejecting something else because when phillips said we found the one daniel was excited but when he said where he was from jesus of nazareth phillips fortysix as earth let me do this in my best practice nazar nassar houser watch what he says it hinges on this i thought they only rejected jesus and took offense and we're trapped scandal on to set a trap i thought they were offended by jesus because they were so familiar with him but now i think the reason that they rejected jesus is because they rejected themselves apparently nassar had a reputation because the first thing that daniels said was as can anything good come from there that's how feel about myself sometimes you know because i know myself and when they took offence at him at first i was angry with the then i realized they weren't really rejecting him they had a reputation nazar at this backwoods town nazer is on nobody's bucket list they talk funny nazereth is not like jerusalem it's not a very religious place nazereth you mean the boy.

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"nazareth" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"nazareth" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"Something else there had to be something else for them to push away to have sickness in their village but push away the one that could heal them for them to have demon possession oppressing their children but send away the one who could make the demons shriek and run out of town what was it about nassar that made them push away the one who came to set them free what was it about nassar well that the ngos going to tell us nathaniel doesn't get a lot of speaking parts in the bible so let's pay close attention is very uncommon that nathaniel speaks but the bible tells us one thing that he said that this whole techs and our entire understanding of why god often cannot do what he wants to do in our lives it hinges on this because when philip came to find thimble he was excited about jesus this is when jesus was first assembling his squad this is before he's sent them out to do any miracles and philip comes running up to his friend nathaniel he's called nathaniel john's gospel other writers call him bartholomew he had an alias here he's called nathaniel and philip comes to nathaniel 'cause sometimes the first thing you do when you really meet jesus is dragged people with you sometimes when god really gets a hold of your life you will bribe people into come into church with you you'll buy starbucks to get them to sit with you in church because you know how messed up they are but you can't tell them that but if you drag them in this church and let me open the bible god will tell them together the holy spirit and you can get a fixed and so you say come with me to turn and they say i don't like church and you say well this is normal terse and they say up in the church before i heard about that evanston church on and it's our trad that's the church where you're coming with me shut up and come and so philip found the panel verse forty five on one and told him we have found the ones somebody we found him this is the one moses wrote about in the law.

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"nazareth" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"nazareth" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"Where did he come from from that surra it was one of them and so they look at him for a minute this is good and then they remember wait he's one of us he can't be special did came from us well it makes them think like that what was it about nazar that had them trapped in their perception okay now we need daniel because you know christmastime everybody always thinks mary did you know but mary wasn't even in church that day she wasn't even there she wasn't even synagogue you don't you don't hear this preach from pulpits a lot i think because it's hard to tie up with the bow jesus family thought he was crazy during the three years of his ministry in mark chapter three they came to get him from capriccio they came to bring him back home because he had gotten here's how we say it in the south too big for his britches that's a southern saying brits being our pants i don't know i don't know how you say back home i went to australia in australia they call it tall poppy it means when you get too high you wanna grow up to high somebody needs to cut you down this is what's happening in nazareth they're like ooh it's good the healer is here wait a minute mary's boy this is too familiar this feels like us and when it felt like them something within them caused them to push it away we only see why in john chapter one and i'm so god i'm so glad that god gave us four gospels because mark puts one perspective matthew puts one luke puts one in luke four says that they were so offended scandal on is the greek word it means to set a trap they were so offended they became trapped in their offense and god's power could not operate at its full capacity because their mentality was trapped in their offense why were they so offended what was it about nassar and the papal of nassar other than the fact that they grew up around jesus was there.

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"nazareth" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"nazareth" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"Jesus comes to nazareth full of healing full of resurrection full of blind guy opening power full of death ear opening power full of lane to walk blind to see power full of dead raising power and all that power shows up in a little town like nassar and jesus has not lost any power on the twenty five mile journey through the cliffs of our bell but the people have lost their appreciation of his power and since they have lost their appreciation for his power they have limited the potential for his power to be released into their lives i wonder has it happened to some of us when we first got sade we were grateful if felt good to be forgiven if felt good to be free it felt good to have something to live for it felt good to have an orientation in life that was not us on a throne it felt good to not need people to tell us what we were worth because we had been bought with the precious blood of jesus christ but something happens because we don't have to sacrifice bulls and and pigeons and doves and bulls and since we don't have to smell the blood of the sacrifice sometimes we can become complacent and treat the blood of jesus which was set for us as the common thing because we don't feel it and because we don't feel it we begin to become familiar with it and when you become familiar with it sometimes you miss the power up at and some of you are tripping over your miracle because it's been in front of you so long you have stopped being amazed.

"nazareth" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"nazareth" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"So you can know so you can know and yet what amazed me about the life of jesus was how often the people closest to him took him for granted and that what happens me you know this sometimes when you get too close to something it becomes too common remember these people had a hard time seeing jesus as their deliverer because they had seen jesus in diapers is kind of hard to believe he's going to save the world when you knew him in his terrible twos the jesus have terrible twos i don't know that's a theological question for another time but it's kind of hard sometimes to see the miracle in something that you have become familiar with he quotes a saying because these people that he grew up around don't seem to receive him on the same level that the gentiles even who were not known to associate with the jews in in fact we're known in many ways to be resistant to the jewish religion had no problem welcoming him in fact when he showed up for them they came in droves to hear him speak but now he's back home and the disciples must have been shocked because i know that we're looking forward to this they're taking the show back home and certainly we're going to get to see the impact of the ministry in this small town nassar and a big place nassar at this only like a couple hundred people the only reason you know the name nazar at this jesus put it on the map before jesus nazareth was unknown and so going back to nazereth you twenty five miles from where we're doing all this great ministry going through the precipitous cliffs of our bell all of these routes that they would travel the seven mile major trade route as they're going don't you know peter was excited i can't wait the show what jesus can too but they're going to be shocked when they see what you become he's going back home bieber is going back to canada drink going back to toronto.

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"nazareth" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"nazareth" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Then said said to one another you know there is a king of the universe no only faith would recognize the son of god in the person of jesus of nazareth only faith would could and can identify the son of god in the person of jesus of nazareth why people today we'll see all kinds of things about jesus i think jesus was this i think jesus was that and then you'll come across somebody who says i believe that jesus christ is lord of the universe i believe that jesus christ is my savior and my friend well why would you say that about jesus by faith now remember that it wasn't only the religious authorities that were opposed to jesus jesus on family thought he'd flipped that's what marcus told us in chapter three you'll remember that when the great crowd gathered so that even the disciples were not able to eat their food chapter three in verse twenty one when his family jesus family haired about this they went to take charge of him for the said he is out of his mind he's out of his mind we know who he is his brothers didn't believe in him he worked with joseph in the carpenter shop and now he's out and he's saying and doing some remarkable things only faith could see the son of god in the person of jesus of nazareth it all seemed from one perspective completely insignificant the way it seems insignificant today.

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