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"one more sermon" Discussed on Pine Knoll SSL (High Quality MP3)

Pine Knoll SSL (High Quality MP3)

07:05 min | 8 months ago

"one more sermon" Discussed on Pine Knoll SSL (High Quality MP3)

"Answer that and one is probably the thing that most of us long for are meeting for relationships. I think that marriage is pretty good. But there's something beyond that. I think we all long for it seems to me that if you take. What's happened in revelation. John new christ's when he was on earth. He's now seeing him in a different fashion. But it's almost like they're sabotaging relationships at another level and so if one thinks about relationships. I know that some of the best relationships i've had with people are when i faced adversities with them and the more serious. Adversity was the closer i came to those people and so i wonder whether crisis saying look. You're gonna face the same kind of things. I face but think about relationships and think about what's going to come as a result of the things that we're going through together because he says i after the same things for you and now you're gonna go through some of the same things but guess what that owner taya's together more closely and you will begin to understand more of what i've done for you. And therefore the basis of the relationship is one in which both sides sacrifice and gave something for the common good is not a passive relationship. But it's a very active relationship which both people are now and of course crisis committed so much more than we have committed but it doesn't mean that through adversity is that we are not throwing something into the relationship. I think that's what we're going to talk about forever with chris. I think that's the thing that's gonna make things special between us in christ in the future is that we have gone through adversity together. Yes because going through. Adversity together always brings people closer to each other and yes not that jesus chose jong and the other believers. I'm in this with you. We are in this together. So this is what brings them comfort to irish. I hope this point has not been exhausted. But i was wanting to comment on this holiday already of suffering. I think that's what the self help movement has shown us when. I'm struggling with an alcohol problem when i'm struggling with grief. Whatever it is to be in the presence of others who know what that is like it tells the person you are not alone in this. You're not the only person on earth who was facing such a situation and when you add to that the faith dimension. That is what i experienced with trusted. Friends with whom i can pray. There is literally through my friends. The hand of jesus on my shoulder when i'm struggling and lifting me up encouraging my spirit when my friends come around me and pray with me i feel the burden is shared and the presence of christ is with us in that moment and i leave that space as a changed person. Non judgmental acceptance that provides that. So why does the church exist. Why do we have church to be a community of non judgmental acceptance the body of christ. That's the shift from the people of god in the old testament to the body of christ in the new testament ashley similar to what everyone else was saying. I see people frantically trying to make sense of their experience and what goes on in the world and think through this. We don't get certainty but does give us some sense of understanding of the bigger picture in that. He is their therapist. And so i think that's something that a lot of us seeking does spring comfort just to know that there's more going on there's not just as arbitrary loss of control of everything that yet. That's something we can trust in her faith in the alone. The mercy of events and circumstances facing it all alone. Yeah well said thank you henry and also for those of us. At least i consider myself an introvert very very strong triggered. I don't really feel very comfortable sharing with somebody else or having somebody coming to visit me on brain with me because due to my nature i don find the support with people coming. I feel overwhelmed. But what i love about this itchen of is that even we as seniors even we s- twisted and broken as we are not in heaven. Saying i'm with you guys know he's walking amongst us and that is the ultimate demonstration that his holiness is not separated in it from oss that he's walking here with us the holy the saint. The perfect does not have any issues on mingling with us when we are suffering not to find out how is like to be with us because he knows all of that is for me to know that it doesn't matter how broken i am willing to beat next to me and not up from cape and giving me directions. Thank you and also that the heavenly sanctuary is connected or what is going on in heavenly sanctuary. What he's up there one day. We'll be down here and he's connected so he holds the church in his hands. Because the sanctuary new testament is way. Jesus is and so. Don't you know that you louro are the temple of the lord. So he is in his sanctuary and not only the heavenly want is with the struggling persecuted signs there so notice. Jesus provides more than just intellectual information. Everything will end. Well you know more than just the history of christian church remember how you liked those no it. How popular those you boost students way in school now are in the play pen. Why do think that would be a different in the church. So jesus provides more than just information about what is going to happen. Yes that will be part of that. But that's not all it's his. He's there when you pull the curtain aside. He has always been there. You see the reality as it is. He's there with you and he's not only powerful. He's also general okay. Monday lesson goes to matthew twenty four and says that mexico twenty four covers uninterrupted historic timelines from his days until the second coming and so now we have a rough sketch of the divine scheduled for the end time prophecies and so those leading the could be prepared. What does it take to be repaired. What's the purpose of matthew twenty. Four when do you say okay. now. I am prepared. Why does jesus give his sermon. On the mount sermon about the end of the world in matthew twenty four twenty five not only just to complete that moses gave five books of jesus needs to give five speeches so we have one on the sermon on the mount than the When he's sending out the disciples in chapter tanna you have the sermon about the parables of the kingdom number three. And you have the sermon. How to live in the church in matthew eighteen so we run more missing. So jesus said okay. Let me give you one more sermon. Because we need to have five.

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"one more sermon" Discussed on Made of Mettle

Made of Mettle

08:23 min | 11 months ago

"one more sermon" Discussed on Made of Mettle

"But the fact that she was declaring these acts in the name of faith going against the church the majority of jones charges were based on allegations that her behavior displayed blasphemous presumption. Her claims of supernatural insight. Divine favor in communing with spirits could not be allowed to stand in the public eye. Those sort of accusations threatened all the power. The church stood for. Joan must be discredited and denounced at all cost. The court pointed out other instances such as the way jones signed her letters. Joan would often endorse her letters with the name. Jesus and mary. Joan also claim to be guaranteed salvation and would often wear men's clothing as a safety measure when travelling in order to mass that she was a woman jones. Most serious charge was ignoring the commands of the church in lieu of the commands of god. The hypocrisy in the churches charges were astounding on march. Thirty first joan was questioned in asked to clarify a few of her previous declarations specifically on her submission to the doctrines outlined by the church. Jones said that it was only god in her saints that she held herself answerable. This did nothing. But further and fury the court and church officials. The trial continued and joan. Seventy charges are eventually reduced to just twelve while imprison. Joan became deathly ill. While she was ill she was encouraged by the court to submit to the church. Joan who believed herself to be dying begged to go to confession and receive holy communion joan that she buried only in consecrated ground while joan and waited her feet. She was continually pressed to submit herself to the church. Joan responded i'm relying on our lord. I hold to what i have already said. As time went on and joan would not submit. The church became more insistent. Joan was eventually threatened with torture if she did not provide the information that was requested. Joan was under immense pressure. At this point she was aware her role and would not betray the king in her country although they had callously turn their backs on her jones strength and character was an absolute marvel when threatened with torture. Joan declared quite pointedly the even if they tortured her to death she would not reply differently. Joan added that in any case if they were to extract any information from her she would afterward maintain that any statement that was made had been exhorted by force in light of jones convictions. Her interrogators voted against torture. Ten to one. Joan was informed in no uncertain terms that she did not submit to the church in admit her guilt she would be turned over to be put to death. Joan would not relent on may twenty fourth. Joan was taken out of prison and escorted to a cemetery. I sentenced to be read during the sentence. Reading the sermon. Included several vicious attacks focused specifically on king. Charles jones spoke up saying that they had no right to attack the king who was a good christian. Joan requested that. The sermon should be confined to just jones own character rather than that of the king. After the sermon was concluded joan requested that the evidence of her history be sent over to rome. Naturally the judges ignored her appeal to the pope and began to read her final sentence. It was during the final sentence reading that joan faltered. And i thought it was really important to share this moment as well as i don't believe this is often discussed when speaking about joan of arc story. I thought it was important to share as it highlights. The joan was not invaluable. Joan was human. Joan was terrified and joan did not want to declared that she would do what the church required of her. At this declaration joan was presented with a form of adoration that had already been prepared in the event. Joan acquiesced when presented with the adoration joan hesitated but signed it doing so on the condition that it was pleasing to our lord after signing the document instead of death. Joan was condemned to life in prison. Joan was also ordered to wear women's clothing which she obeyed three days. After jones sentence began she was visited by the judges. The judges found joan to again. Be wearing men's clothing. Jones simply said that it was her preference. They again pressure. Joan to reveal more information to which she replied she was not able to do to divine advice. Jones said that the saints were not pleased with her announcement encouraging jones to return to her original faith accepting the ultimate fate in her beliefs. The judges realized that would never submit to the church as they requested and required. This was the key and nothing else mattered. The next morning joan was able to make her confession and receive communion. Joan was then led to her final destination. The steak on the way jones made to listen to one more sermon and her sentence all of which was read out in front of the judges and large crowd that had gathered to watch jones execution as joan was being tied to the stake. She was consoled by your priest who she asked to hold high a crucifix for her to see into shout out assurances of salvation loud enough that she should hear him above the roar of the flames with that final requests. The executioner slowly laid the torched the pyre as joan was engulfed by the flames. Her last words were calling out to her savior. It was described by witnesses at her later. Retrial that there was little doubt that joan was indeed. A faithful christian jones died on may thirtieth fourteen thirty one. It was estimated that she was roughly nineteen years old but jones story doesn't end there. Vindication by the courts would soon come in much more twenty years after her death. King charles ordered an inquiry into jones trial the resulting proceedings concluded that jones sentence will be revoked. An old joan was canonized by the pope on may sixteenth nineteen twenty. The one who was guided by saints became a saint herself. There few stories that i love. More than joan of arc's. I love that. She was clearly a maverick a leader a military powerhouse but she was also a woman a devout believer in her face and often described as a generous kind person. She was normal. I think we could all do well to learn a bit from the story of joan of arc. The goal of this podcast is to motivate you and motivation looks. Different feels different for everyone. While some are motivated by faith others are motivated by in our goals or family. It's different for everybody. Take from the story. What you need to fortify yourself you too can bring your visions into reality one day or battle at a time. I'll end jones story with a quote. She made on the day of her execution. It was i who brought the message of the crown to mike king..

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WWJD with Shelby Seelinger

The Bible Says What!?

04:13 min | 1 year ago

WWJD with Shelby Seelinger

"Today. Special guest is the author of do what jesus would do. Welcome to the show. Shelby ceiling Welcome thank you for having me. I appreciate you being here. Appreciated it so tell us a little bit about that book of yours. Well the book is a told my my wife when i finished it. It's the longest sermon ever written Back in back in the dark ages. When i was going to seminary was about the time that W w j d what would jesus do was making the rounds and write. A lot of conversations can seminary about that and i had a serving the church at the time and and we discussed it. A lot and i had several servings on it and i got to thinking about it and i said well. That's an interesting question. But what's the answer. So i took twenty plus years and and the last four years in in writing the book and and decided to finally answer the question And so that's the genesis for do what jesus would do taking it from a question and then putting it into action. What did you find out. I'm just dying to know well It's something. I had had preached on for a long time. And it's it's taking well it did was i took the beatitudes out of matthew. Five and just took that part of the the sermon. It's the that whole series of Verses and chapters is the largest single piece of Literature that we have that jesus spoke at one time. And i said well i can't do the whole thing so i wanted. I looked at it. And i decided that the beatitudes the heart of what jesus i think was really trying to tell us. This is how we should treat one another. you know. be kind to one another Help those who are less fortunate than ourselves and put into action. What jesus ministry was all about reaching out to others one person at a time. So you've taken this one sermon. This one on speaking of jesus and this is this is what you are politics for these jets. They always at the same time. I'm recording if taken this one sermon and this is this is how you are viewing. Jesus you're taking this and this is going to be your Interpretation of his character is and and and you're taking you blessed are the poor or the meek and and people who suffer essentially exactly exactly and I cover a couple of other things. In in the book you know the the power prayer And those kind of things and if if you look back in if you're if you study the words that The bible uses blessed be. I mean that's a blessing. So jesus is really saying you know you're blessed if you if you do these things so that's that's really you know. Today is all about getting something out of it. Not just doing something we seems like. We have to rewarded when i was a kid Mom and dad would say if you clean up your room you can go out to play or you know nowadays if if you If you meet your quota at work then you get a bonus that by doing what jesus asks us to do. We are blessed in ways beyond just getting to go out and play or get a bonus from work.

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