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09:11 min | 4 months ago

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"And now it's time for it's a new day at some church senior pastor Joe right. Well, I do welcome you this morning to Summit church, and we're thankful to have you here. If you're watching on live stream or if you're listening on the radio, we're in the middle of a Siri's of messages called Pass. Please pass the fruit salad. I received a text late last night from one of my friends who said, You know this sermon. Siri's is really beating me up because there are a number of pieces of fruit missing from my fruit salad. And so I want all of you to understand that What I'm trying to do is challenge you to realize that the fruit of the spirit that we're all supposed to have in our lives as Christians is not just one piece of fruit, not just on apple or an orange, not just love and kindness. But there are other things gentleness and Self control. I know a lot of people have trouble with that kindness. I mean, we could go on and on and on patients. A lot of us have a lot of problems with that. The day I want to talk about peace. And so I'd like for you to turn again if you would, to where the fruit of the spirit is recorded in Galatians, and if you would turn the Galatians Chapter five, Let's stand together and let's read again. Verse 22 in verse 23. I hope that you already have this memorized. And as we talk about, please pass the fruit salad. Let's remember that all of these fruits are supposed to be in our fruit salad as Christians were supposed to display these things in our lives. Verse 22 of Chapter five of Galatians. Read it out loud with me. But the fruit of the spirit is love, Joy. Peace, patience, kindness. Goodness. Faithfulness, gentleness and self control. Against such things. There is no law. Today. We're going to talk about Peace. Peace. The prince of Peace is one of the names they gave. Jesus Christ. Amen. Our Lord and our savior. Let's bow our heads and pray. Heavenly Father. Thank you for the opportunity. We have to come and to listen to your word. Thank you, Father. For the opportunity we've had to worship and praise you today. And I pray Lord, that you will use this message this morning to challenge each one who hears my voice and father. I pray that you will help me to stay out of the way. Lord. It's such an awesome responsibility. You give those of us who stand in the pulpit to speak your words to give your message to your people. And so, father. I pray that today you will speak and that it will be clear and that people will understand and most of all, that they'll apply it to their lives. Helpless father, as always, pre, not just be hearers of your word. But Dewar's I prayed in Jesus name. Amen. You may be seated. Unless I've said, we've been endeavoring to walk through Galatians five talking about the fruit of the spirit, these air the virtues that the spirit of God wants to produce in each of us. And this morning we have come to the issue of peace. I heard a story about a little girl who was in the fifth grade, and she was working diligently on her homework assignment. This was kind of unusual because she was working and working and working. Seymour and her father was watching. He was wondering what in the world is this girl working on? I've never seen her so consumed with anything as a homework assignment like this. And so, he asked. What are you working on, honey? And she said, I'm writing a report on the terrible condition of this world and howto bring world peace. Well, he kind of shook his head and said, You know, sweetie, that's a pretty big order for such a young girl and immediately, she said, Don't worry, Dad. There are three of us in class working on it. You know, the ability of Children to reduce problems down to such simplistic answers is a wonderful trait. A childhood. The ability to get beyond all the complexities of life and to see things in black and white as they really do is a wonderful thing. The innocence. Of childhood. I guess it would really be nice. If world peace and personal piece Were all that easy. But it isn't that easy. The truth is, we live in a world that is filled with conflict because people are filled with conflict with themselves. And with one another. A man by the name of ghost of Albert Road recently in the Moscow Russia, is it That from the year get this from the year 14 96 bc 2 18 61 In those 3358 years, there were only 227 years of peace. 3130 years of war. For 13 years of war for every year of peace. He also writes that in the last three centuries there have been 286 wars in Europe. From 1500 BC the 18 60. There were at least 8000 peace treaties, he writes. Each one meant to remain forever. But the average time that remained in force those peace treaties was two years. Or left. All 8000 of them. You see, we live in a piece Lis kind of world. We even live in a pieces kind of society. Street violence and crime is unbearable. I don't have to tell you that the streets, savagery and the carnage and the body count of America's people is a deplorable thing. We live in a piece lists society, and the reason is we're apiece. Lis people Domestic violence destroys the peaceful units of the family all across the country. Two million couples get this two million couples used a lethal weapon on each other during this past year. Six or seven million women every year are beaten by their husbands. 3.6 or 3.5. I think million Children I read are beaten or maimed or murdered or seriously neglected every year. In this country. That's about one in five. What kind of people have we become? Even the Peacefulness of childhood has been robbed from those Children. We're a piece lists people living in a piece list society living in apiece lists world In many respects our world reflects what Galatians five talks about. Inverse is 19 and 20, where it's recorded before we read the last two verses where it says the acts of the sinful nature are obvious. It says it just means look around you and you'll see it. It lists sexual immorality, impurity, debauchery, idolatry, which craft hatred, discord, jealousy, fits of rage, selfish ambition. It goes on and on dissention factions in the drunkenness, orgies and the things like that. The acts of the sinful nature. Are obvious, it says. Good men and women are sinful natures are bent. Toward conflict. And our bent toward envy and are bent toward destruction. It's killing us. Literally..

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"pastor joe" Discussed on KNSS

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03:37 min | 5 months ago

"pastor joe" Discussed on KNSS

"Disappointed and no matter how much you try to explain to your heart That it is not true or why it is okay. It doesn't change those. Are the facts on Ly joyous found. In Christ, Do you believe that? Some 40 16 says all who seek you God will rejoice. And be glad in you. If your joy is gone, it could be sin is tolerated. Or it could be that your affection is misplaced. Or it could be that you've been deceived by worldly input. Look at Colossians Chapter two and I'm going to close. Voloshin's chapter two verse say, Don't let other school your faith and joy. With their philosophy. They're wrong in shallow answers are built upon men's thoughts and ideas instead of on what Christ has said. Boy. This is one of those verses. That is a red flashing warning signs. The new international version says, See to it that no one spoils. Your joy. It says, warning the danger. Is very real. The new international version says Don't let Don't let anyone captivate you. And this word is only used once. In the word. And it means to carry off for the spoils. Is that what's happened to you? Is that where you've lost? Everything. Lastly, I told you there were four things I wanted you to know. Joy is Sustainable. That's number four. Joy is sustainable. You can get it back. If you already have it, you can keep it. And that is what Jesus Christ wants John 17 13. I am coming to you. And I am saying these things while I'm here so that you may have a full measure of joy. With them. So, Pastor Joe, What do you do if you don't have really joy? How do you get it back? How do you restore it? Well, obviously checked to see if sin is being tolerated. Check to see if your affection is misplaced. Check and see if you've been deceived by worldly input. But realize that Jesus is the only answer. To your problems. I realize that Jesus is the only source of really joy. I realize that knowing him and having him fill your life is the only way you're going to ever experience the fruit. Of the spirit in your life. Maybe you're here this morning and you don't have the holy spirit. Maybe you're here this morning, and you don't know Jesus Christ as your personal savior. We want to give you an opportunity to make that decision. Maybe you would say to me, Brother Joe, when you go through that list of things love, joy, Peace, patience,.

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05:21 min | 5 months ago

"pastor joe" Discussed on KNSS

"And now it's time for it's a new day at some church senior pastor Joe right. Well, I've been looking very much. Forward to presenting this new sermon. Siri's called please. Pass the fruit salad. I know That's an unusual title for a Siri's of messages, but I think as we get into this over the next few weeks, you'll understand why I decided to go with this title. So I want to ask you for the next nine weeks to please pass. The fruit salad. And I'd like for you to turn this morning if you would to Galatians Chapter five. So I want you to stand if you would. If you haven't found relations, it's right before the book of Ephesians. And right after the Corinthian letters, and so I want you to stand and let's look at Galatians Chapter five verse 22 in verse 23. Today. I've entitled this single message. What's love Got to do with it Read out loud with me. But the fruit of the spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control. Against such things. There is no law Let's free. Heavenly Father take these verses this morning and use them not only today but for the next nine weeks to challenge us about the fruit of the spirit. Help us father to realize what your word is saying. Help us to apply it to our lives personally. And Lord. I pray it will make a difference as we apply it. That we will leave each week different people. And that throughout the week, others will see in us this fruit. Father bless our time together. Help us to put other things out of her mind. Help us to concentrate on the message you would have for us today. I pray it and I ask it. In Jesus name. Amen. You may be seated. I want to begin this Siri's with one of the most basic of questions. To Christians. I would hope this is an easy question for you to answer. Is every born again Christian filled With the Holy Spirit. Now, think about that. Is every born again Christian field. With the Holy Spirit. How would you answer that? Certainly everyone here would say Yes, Brother, Joe. Most certainly every born again Christian, every person who has really been born again. Is filled. With the Holy Spirit. We could give numerous scriptures as evidence of that. So then, if that's correct, let me ask you a second basic question. Shouldn't the fruit of the spirit. Be evident. In their lives, and I'm not talking about individual single pieces of fruit. I'm talking about the fruit plural. All of the fruit. Shouldn't it be evidence in their lives? If they're born again Christians now there was our two of the world's simple basic questions. I know if I could ask you About Christianity today. Are all born again. Christians filled with the Holy Spirit. If that's the case, then shouldn't the fruit of the spirit be evident? In their lives and their He is. The rub. There is the problem. And over these next nine weeks. I'm not here to coddle you. I am here to shake you. Out of your slumber, Perhaps. Had to get you to scripturally examined Scripturally examined. Let me say that again. Scripturally examined Your life. That's a command. Examine yourselves. Test yourselves I shared in the newsletter this week. A word from Brother Joe. To see whether you're in the faith. Test yourselves because Jesus Christ. It's supposed to be living. In you. This thing of being filled with the Holy Spirit isn't like a cafeteria line. You don't go through it and say, Well, I'll take that love..

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03:36 min | 5 months ago

"pastor joe" Discussed on KNSS

"Hey, I'm excited about that. Siri's and I want to encourage you to invite a friend. Because I promise you it's going to be a rewarding Siri's. I'm excited Pastor Joe coming up, and that's the great thing about him. Hey, can sing and preach. Me not so much. Well. It's a privilege this morning, Tio introduce Greg Hall to you. Greg Hall grew up in New York City. Are in the news in state of New York. His group is a pastor, son. It is under grad work at the University of New York and then later, his doctorate at the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He's pastored in New York and in Pennsylvania, and then he was also a state pastor in the state of Pennsylvania. He was 25 years, the president of Warning University in Lake Wales, Florida. And Greg while he was there quadrupled the student population as well as the campus size. He's a phenomenal person of influence. He's a great man of character to run a Christian university. And if you know anything about Lake Wales, Florida it's in Polk County. It's the largest county in Florida. And it's also if your drink orange juice. You probably got it from Polk County. And because of Greg's influence with the farmers and the ranchers in the area and hearing their need of having a Christian education with agriculture, because the other big school That did it was the University of Florida. And so Greg in talking with them. He established one of the last things he did it. Warning university was an AG program that's driving today because these these kids that grew up in Christian homes were sent off to a university and they never heard anything about God or anything about anything that had to do with with agriculture and God's creation or anything like that. And so Greg has been My friend For over 35 years we've served on a AH, nationwide printing press board, and then I served on his board at Warning University for about 15 years. And ah It's my privilege Introduce you this morning. He's going to be speaking about the authority of God's word. When Greg and I talked about what to have him talk about One of the things that bothers Pastor Joe and I is the confusion that people have today and I'll give you a perfect example. About three weeks ago, an article come out about a young gal. Who had grown up in young life, which is student ministry and a lot of high schools and stuff. And her parents were in young life. She grew up in young life and a 26. She decided that she was gay. And they made her step down out of leadership because they didn't allow that, and she became on a rampage with them that they were hypocritical and liars and They put up this false front that they forgive and they accept anyone. And because of the authority of God's word, people not realizing that this is God's word, and it has nothing to do with personalities or anything that our life is skewed everyday. Joe and I get leadership reports on things that are going on our nation and you hear it as well. And it astound you of people that Take things that are wrong and try to convince us that this is right. So Master Joan, I've asked Dr Hall if he would come and speak about the authority of God's word. Would you give him a big Wichita, Kansas welcome..

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07:02 min | 7 months ago

"pastor joe" Discussed on KNSS

"For it's a new day at some church senior pastor Joe right. Well, good morning. It's wonderful to welcome you back to Summit Church. Those of you who are watching online. I want to say a special hello to today, and I'd like for all of you to let them know how much you appreciate. Them listening and watching as well. So would you say Thank you and Amen and praise the Lord. Let me hear a man. All right. Thank you and praise the Lord. We really do appreciate it. All those who make this possible. What a marvelous worship time this morning and what a great time it is to be with you. But we're continuing our sermon. Siri's today on the book of Philippians, and I'm doing the 1st 2 chapters five messages that cover that section of Philippians the first half and then Pastor John is going to come and he'll preach. Then a five week Siri's on the second half the third and fourth chapters of Philippians, So I want you to turn this morning. Two Philippians and you've only missed one sermon. If you weren't here last week, it's when we started this. Siri's and all of the services are always available on DVD or CD back here in the back and They'll be glad to help you with that. We appreciate all that. Michael and Libby do to make that possible. Why don't you stand with me out of respect for God's word? Someone said to me recently. Well, you don't have a standard every time during the sermon that you use the scripture. So why at the first and I said, I think it's just a great reminder. That this is the word of God Amen that it is relevant for today. It's not some old fashioned out of date. It's not any of those things, but it is really it is alive and it works in our lives. And it really gives us instructions of how our lives can work best here on this Earth. During this testing time and trialled time as we get prepared as Christians to go to heaven, and I'm praying every day, even so, come quickly. Lord Jesus. So Paul is right into the Philippians, and he has been there on trips, and he is now writing to them from Rome being in prison there. And so we're going to pick up this morning on Ephesians. Chapter one, verse 12. I hope you have your Bibles open there. We did the first of the chapter last week, so let's get down through these verses. Paul says in verse 12. Now I want you to know brothers that what has happened to me has really served to advance the gospel. Now that's quite a mouthful right there. Quite a sermon right there. That'll preach. I want you to know brothers that what has happened to me and we know all the things that have happened to emit. He's in prison. Now. They've really served. All these things have served to advance. The Gospel. As a result, it has become clear throughout the whole palace guard and everyone else that I am in chains for Christ. Because of my chains, Most of the brothers and the Lord have been encouraged to speak the word of God more courageously and fearlessly. It is true that some preach Christ out of envy and rivalry, but Others out of goodwill. The latter do so in love, knowing that I am put here for the defense of the Gospel. The former Preach Christ out of selfish ambition, not sincerity, Supposing that they can stir up trouble for me while I am in Jane's. But what does it matter? The important thing is that in every way, whether from false motives or true, Christ is Preached a man Christ is preached. Oh, I love that. I love that the day of Christ. Will be preached. What Verceles I own. Verse 12. Let's go to Verse 13. As a result, it has become clear throughout the whole palace guard and everyone else that I am in change. Surprised because of my change. Most of the brothers and the Lord have been courageous. Are encouraged to speak the word of God more courageously and fearlessly. It is true that some preach Christ out of envy and rival way but others out of goodwill. The latter do so in love, knowing that I am here for the defense of the Gospel, the former Preach Christ out of selfish ambition, Not sincerely, supposing that they can stir up trouble for me. While I'm in changed. Others is where I think it's where I stopped. Well, what does it matter? The important thing is that in every way, whether from false motives are true price, discreet hte. And because of this, I rejoice. Yes, And I will continue to rejoice for I know that through your prayers and they help given by the spirit of Jesus Christ. What has happened to me will turn out. For my deliverance. I eagerly expect and hope that I will in no way. Be ashamed. But we'll have sufficient courage. So that now, as always, Christ will be exalted in my body, whether by life Or by death. For tow. Live for me. Listen to this. Verse 22. For me to live is Christ. And to die. Game is game. If I am to go on living in the body, this will mean fruitful labour for me. Yet. What shall I choose? I do not know. I am thorn between the two. I desire to depart. And be with Christ. Whether it be better by far but which is better by far but it is more necessary for me that I remain in the body. Convince of this. I know that I will remain, and I will continue with all of you for your progress and joy in the faith. So that through my being with you again, your joy and Christ,.

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06:24 min | 8 months ago

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"Time for it's a new day at some church senior pastor Joe right. This morning. I'm happy to start a new sermon. Siri's that pastor Jon and I are going to do together and this is the first time we've ever done this. We're going to be studying for the summer. The book of Philippians Great great book, and I'm going to be preaching five messages on the 1st 2 chapters, and then Pastor John is going to be preaching five messages on the last two chapters. So we're going to cover this entire book, and we're calling the Siri's joy ride. And today I want to talk about praying with Thanksgiving. And I'd like for you to turn to the book of Philippians. If you would you'll find it in the back part of your New Testament. It's one of the letters from the Apostle Paul right after the book of Ephesians. So please turn to it. I loved to hear those pages turning And if you do not have a Bible with you this morning, the words are on the screen for those of you at home. I hope you have your Bible. In your lap and that you'll follow along with us, and we're going to read these first few verses of this first chapter, starting with verse three. Paul gives his salutation in the first couple of verses and then we're going to start at verse three. If you don't have a Bible, the words around the screen, please stand with me here in the auditorium. And you at home. Please respect God's word as we read it. Philippians Chapter one, beginning with verse three. All rights. I think my God, I thank my God. Every time I remember you And that wonderful Think about that to receive a letter from the Apostle Paul and it begins And he says, I thank my God. Every time I remember you. In all my prayers for all of you. I always pray with joy because of your partnership in the Gospel from the first day until now. Being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ. Jesus 1st 7 It is right for me to feel this way about all of you Since I have you in my heart for whether I am in chains or defending and confirming the gospel all of you share in God's grace with me. God can testify. How I long for all of you with the affection of Christ, Jesus. And this is my prayer. That your love may abound more and more in knowledge and depth of insight so that you may be able to discern what is best. And maybe pure and blameless until the day of Christ filled with the fruit of righteousness that comes through Jesus Christ. So the glory and praise Of God. Let's pray together. Heavenly Father, I thank you for this word from the apostle. I thank you, father for his love for these people. In the Church of Philip II and Father. I pray that you will bless us as we study these next few weeks, this wonderful epistle. This book this letter that Paul sent to those he loved. Father used these words to speak to our hearts. I pray father that will find everything Paul says to them relevant to us today. And father that it will make our lives different in the way we live that it will strengthen our witness to others. That people will be able to see Jesus truly living. In our lives through us. I pray it. And I ask it. In Jesus name. Amen. You may be seated. Pray. With Thanksgiving. Professional golfer Bobby Jones wrote an article years ago entitled Hitting the Ball out of Sand traps. He pointed out that amateur Golfers seldom practice that phase of the game. When you come to think of it. You see them practicing putting, practicing driving, practicing shipping, but hardly ever did you see people practicing hitting the ball out of the sand trap? And Bobby Jones suggested that since even the best of players find their way into the bunker at least once every round, the average players should recognize. The importance of Abel recovery work and be prepared for it. And he concluded the article but saying from the beginning The golfer may as well be convinced that he can never learned how to stay out of difficult situations. He will have to learn to get out. Now, when I read that I thought that same principle applies to every day life we all inevitably encounter hardships. Jesus said in John, 16 33 in the world, you are goingto have tribulation. Some of you here today, right now are in trouble. There is alienation in your family or their stress at work or financial woes or health problems are gripping addictions or problems with the law. You're knee deep. Ian hazards. So this sermon Siri's on howto handle hardship and reverse them into a joy ride should be extremely relevant to you. But others.

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01:42 min | 8 months ago

"pastor joe" Discussed on KNSS

"What a fantastic message and wonderful. Siri's praise God for you. Thank you for them. They bless me these past six weeks, brother, John Henry. Will The world in which we live in is always causing us Tio. Change directions and be a little mobile. And I appreciate the The ability we had a split second to be ableto do what we did continue to reach out and do the live stream. And to have you be a part of our worship service. Pastor Joe shared last week about mask wearing and you know now our City Council and I hope you don't get into a debate. Whether it's the government telling you what to do. Would you just Remember what Pastor Joe said last week that we're doing it for other people and part of the reason why I wrote that on my is, I didn't want to get in a debate with somebody whether I felt like the governor. The City Council. I want to do it for other people, and we want to make people feel comfortable here. It's a short term thing is Pastor Joe has shared with us, and it's not something that has to go on. All right, let's pray. Hey, God, we love you. Thank you. For this day, Lord continue to drive out the corona virus out of the world. Lord continue to bring healing for those who have been afflicted by it. Continue to be with our frontline workers, the people that not only bring us food that people work in the hospitals, the medical staff or just continue to cover them with your mercy and grace, Lord, for those of us who may have been exposed this last week. God, we pray that if we haven't you drive it.

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02:43 min | 9 months ago

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"Eventually picked up the remaining members of what would become his fans centrally six studio albums along with two live albums one greatest hits album into extended place here's your forecast on newstalk eight threo WCCO it is sixty four degrees the sun peeking out there through the clouds a little bit this morning nine thirty four they were looking at partly sunny high near seventy nine tomorrow mostly sunny high near seventy seven then Friday mostly sunny high near sixty eight whether brought you by K. N. S. heating and air from the real traffic center ways traffic report sponsored by DuckDuckGo police remain on the scene of an accident ninety four eastbound at mounds Boulevard the right shoulder is blocked aside from that traffic flows look good thirty five W. both directions here from four ninety four to ninety four tired of being tracked online DuckDuckGo can help they help millions of people like you take control of their personal information online with one download you can search and browse privately avoiding trackers all for free DuckDuckGo privacy simplified to see because companies stock eight three old WCCO she is self it's Corey apple a nine thirty five we're now starting tonight some churches and houses of worship are re opening I was just gonna look different services are capped at two hundred fifty people and there must be six feet of physical distance scene between households well one of the largest Lutheran churches in the state lord of life Lutheran in maple Grove is not opening this week pastor Joe white who came is the lead pastor at lord of life Lutheran he's on the centerpoint energy's home service plus hotline pastor Joel how are you the court I'm doing well in yourself we are doing well here to this is I think it's day seventy one of self quarantine I've my Hey I see you on YouTube and and your hair is getting long minus two I'm starting to try to grow beards so you know we're we're in the middle of this thing good luck in your in your hardship yeah exactly before we before we talk about church pastor Joel we've been talking about the last thirty six hours have been talking about the situation in here in Minneapolis with George Floyd just to get your perspective on this when you see a video like this how do you make sense of it.

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08:41 min | 10 months ago

"pastor joe" Discussed on Trek Capsule

"I I thought. Oh Man I don't know how to do this and so I don't know how came out but it's But it was. It was fun to do now. You have a couple projects I like to talk about. I don't know if they've been out yet are coming out. One is from called from within you play Pastor Joe in that what. What type of film is at? It's a horror film said You know after my last horror film Remain nameless again. But you know they sent me the script it was actually you know that at least the first half of the script I mean I found it genuinely spooky. Oh it was. It was genuinely creepy and the role. You know I mean basically I flew in on Thursday and I was done by Sunday back on Sunday. All my stuff was squeezed into just a couple of days and the director is this wonderful. Wonderful EP Fading Papamichael who shot you know Three ten to Huma W we shot. And he's he shot walk. The line there was. There was one scene where I'm preaching to you know my congregation the band back. And the you know it's it's very like you know until you know evangelist type thing and and Fade and was saying you know this scene you know we would have shot in in three days on. Walk the line and you know basically from within. We shot it in the morning before lunch. What they did was I mean when I got there. I really was kind of excited about it because they really do. Shoot it in this kind of we shot in this very small kinda beaten downtown in Maryland and they really just wanted to. It was very atmospheric and subtle. You know and they really wanted to get a certain look to the film and I and I think You know so that the cree penis was not hitting you over the head. Just part of the atmosphere and I you know from from what I saw it. I thought they did a really good job. It's been in a lot of Film festivals and it's just been picked up by a European Company for distribution this. Oh but it's but it's it's it's won some awards at some film festivals. And it's it's kind of making that circuit but it's a it's a small little independent film but it's got a great you know Thomas. Dekker is Elizabeth Rice. Oh yeah he's yeah it's got a good cast and fading was was. It was great that that he directed this as a DP his crew working. And if you're gonNA shoot something fast and cheap. It's great to have somebody who really knows what they're doing and what they want and you know boom I. It's you know and can make it happen. And and they were great group to work with. That's cool and then also there's one called leaving Bar Sto which is in California. I know that so. Yeah yeah that's also making the film festival rounds. That was one that another little independent film where they sent me the script. I it's it's a great carry. It's not. It's not sci fi or anything like that more of a human you know coming of age drama and kind of burnt out. You know high school. Physics teacher takes this smart kid under his wing and tries to encourage him. But there's also stuff going on with my character that you find out through the film literally what's eating you know. Okay it really is. It's just about the acting there and Peter Page Who was an actor himself and he was directed a couple of films Directed at and it was. It was really good and and the way they shot that you know he had it was shot in a way it was very kind of fluid and you never quite knew where the camera was and there was something very improv. Satory about it and spontaneous and and it was really good for the movie We're on Yeah Oh cool. That sounds great to to interesting projects to look forward to. Yeah and the leaving. Barstool is one. I know at won the audience award at the Long Film Festival and it's done quite well at a bunch of other festivals. You know I don't know you know if it's going to be picked up for distribution or not but it's but it's definitely making the rounds what's Nice is eventually everything heads to DVD and that's such a great market too. I mean it's DVD's is a billion dollar market so it's just I incredible so yes. And that's you know that's part of what Sag is finding about right now. Yes I know I know. Yeah it's it and it's just the whole industry has just done a one eighty from From what it used to be you know and before you negotiate for movies and television and that's you know and now it's like online you know. Dvd pick up. You can pretty much watch anything online right now. I know I know so it really it. Unfortunately it's really cutting into actors incomes as you know we're not making any money from the reruns anymore and and you know that's kind of how you lived sure that you were able to continue pursuing your career Because the you know when you get paid for an episode residuals for the reruns. It's kind of like deferred payment. Sure a lot of the deferred payment is being taken away and then. I WANNA give anything for online or DVD. So it's so it's kind of we'll see we'll see what's happening. It's huge changes. Yeah I think they'll I think they'll realize no eventually have to pay you. I mean just like with the writers. I mean they've had to do something else. Yeah but but the writers was just the first step right. It wasn't you know there's still a lot of holes in that deal but it was. You know it was on the right track anyway. Yeah it's GonNa take but I think eventually everybody will get what they deserve. Yeah yeah absolutely our industry but yeah but everywhere. Yeah it's just a very very different world and I even find myself watching a Lotta television on the Internet. It's really funny and it's just it's just this thing were you know you can always watch it either on TV or on you know and not what it is. 'cause sometimes you don't have the time and Right right and then and then you get impatient. I'm I'm very impatient watching anything in real time. Now me to me too. I won't do it. Yeah I how record it and watch it later young so I can skip the commercials. Which then sort of knocks hole in holes in the whole financial structure of the way at least mainstream. Tv works advertiser driven so. Yeah so what? Are you going to do? Lots of lots of things to be ironed out any sensory absolutely. It's like great technology but home Senate problems as always yes. That's the way it is. It is yeah I really WanNa thank you for taking the time to speak me. I've had a great time and looking for some of the things you've done and and a lot of memorable roles I mean it's I've been. I've been very fortunate. It seems to keep happening. How many actors can say. I played Bobby Kennedy. Not only once but twice. Yeah so that's pretty good. I mean certainly icon of the twentieth century and then as a privilege and to be on series like you know Star Trek. Once you're in one of those it's like you're you're part of history just doesn't Never goes away. I am very much appreciative of the whole star Trek just to be part of that part of that history because it just seems to me that you know the whole mythos of it revolves around some kind of optimistic feeling about about the future and that that cultures and societies and stuff finding ways to work together and live together. You know and and I think that's a really important message to be you know to carry. I mean especially the original series. Yes on that. It's just you know there. There's a a real message of optimism there absolutely so it's nice to be part of that history. Absolutely well thank you again. It's been a pleasure. This is Tony till auto. Thanks again for listening..

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05:23 min | 1 year ago

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"Also get that radio dot com app because we've a rewind feature on that so even if you even you missed that interview with pastor Joe all from a lower life you're well that's that's pretty cool that happened at nine thirty three we talked about the unique ways that churches are reaching a younger generation and and the unique ways that they are giving back in their community and so you could just walk fast for right back to it all day long in this data and then you can share to a second by second I give this person a lot of credit I realized I have a problem Jessica Simpson you got new tell all memoir the book is called open book and she writes about her alcohol problem and and when you hear the stories you will you want that well this isn't I don't know if that's a doll it when you read this this story yes that's a problem and that's the thing about alcohol and alcoholism it is the it's not like one person wakes up one day and says you know what I'm gonna start drinking to become an alcoholic it starts with the drink here to drink there and then a drink there and it's it's it's slowly slowly rolls and rolls down the mountain and builds up then all of a sudden you look down in your drinking in the morning and that's what happened with Jessica Simpson she writes how it was seven thirty in the morning and I'd already had a drink he said later that day she and her husband were prepping for a Halloween party and he asked her if she could help get the kids ready you know for their Halloween party get him in their costumes right that's a fun if you're a parent you know that is a fun time right there so excited about Halloween Jessica Simpson said quote I was terrified of letting them see me in that shape I am ashamed to say that I don't know who got them into their clothes and costumes at night that night she says she took an ambient woke up late the next morning in an effort to avoid her kids I slept in afraid to see them afraid I'd failed them I hid until they left and then I drank again that and she mentions it she said that was my rock bottom realize the life story lifestyle choices we're not healthy told a few close friends that she needed help she got that help and stop drinking therapy support from her family and loved ones she she does write in the book that where she believes it all stems from because she was I mean she was a just like the biggest person on the planet writings incredibly famous in the early two thousands mid two thousands she was a realities route reality TV star one of the first ones with the negligee her husband it was tuna is is to me chicken that was her the chicken of the sea can yeah yeah I confuse that it was too does chicken man and but she was a singer too and she was an actress and and a very very popular and then in twenty ten she said that's when it started and typically I think if you've you've gone through rehab or therapy is not always like there's one moment not always just one moment but but a lot of times you can go go that was this thing that kinda like where went from being at a healthy relationship to to really spiraling she talks about a relationship with John Mayer said it started to go down hill he had that famous playboy article where I think he was drinking when he's being interviewed and was just all over the place and it was very famous it was I think it was even wasn't there the end of being called racist too I think I there was something in there that was I can't remember now off the top of my head but it was it was not did not go over well but it but the thing that I do remember about it which is some Jessica Simpson talks about she said he called me a sexual napalm and she said I couldn't I can get over that she grew up in a religious house it is I just I thought of my gramma hearing this news and and she said in the end to be objectified like that it just it she said that really hurt me and it ended up ruining their relationship and she's married in kids now but she said I started drinking then and it just slowly got worse it look it doesn't you think about merit marriages heart right marriage is hard like marriage is a beautiful thing but marriage is difficult Hey you add in kids marriage is difficult you add in kids being a parent that is difficult and lots of times you do you want to turn to other things to but you know zone out of the reality of how it is difficult but we know that being of being a parent is difficult it's it's hard to handle these things and she said the pressures and stress caught up in it was slowly one drink after another I give her a lot of credit she realized I'd hit rock bottom I don't want to my.

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13:41 min | 1 year ago

"pastor joe" Discussed on KNSS

"And now it's time for each day at some church with senior pastor Joe Wright last week. We started talking about discipline that works child rearing parenting. And today, I want to do part two of that message, and I'll do a little review before I get to the second part very quickly. For those of you who maybe were absent last week, but stand with me if you would, and we're going to read three verses of stricture from the book of proverbs wonderful collection of inspired saying it's not particularly history. It is not particularly a story, but rather proverbs is a collection of wise and divinely inspired sayings from this man of the Old Testament who was. So why is verse six of the twenty second chapter of proverbs says train a child notice that word train train a child in the way he should go and windy is old. He will not turn from it Aversa scripture with the promise then verse eight says he who sows. Wickedness reaped trouble. And the Ron of his fury will be destroyed. We're going to talk about discipline today, but the rot of his fury, it says will be destroyed. We're gonna talk about how we need to discipline and correct. And then in verse fifteen we also read these words, folly foolishness in other words is bound up in the heart of child. You know that don't you? Foolishness is bound up in the heart of a child, but the rod of discipline will drive it far from him. Let's pray heavenly father help us as we look at these versus today and help us father to be reminded that your word speaks to every situation. We're dealing with in two thousand nineteen remind us that the bible is relevant today that it's not an old fashioned outdated book that has lost its usefulness. But that father, our only hope is to get back to your word and what your word teaches about families, if we're to survive. We pray it and we ask it in Jesus name. Amen. You may be seated one verse. I've really been emphasizing his found in the New Testament, Fijian's six chapter and verse one. It says children obey your parents in the Lord for this is right? You know, sometimes kids want to ask the question. Why, why, why do I have to obey my parents? The answer is because it's right and there are three essential elements. We talked about last week in parent child relationships that we must understand first of all, we said there is that relationship that involves instruction instruction from the parent to the child in the ways of the Lord and his way of righteousness. This has to do with what you say to your child, and then Secondly, we said, there was the relationship of influence. The influence of the parent on the child that has to do not so much with what you say. But rather it deals with what you do. In other words, sometimes you may tell your child something. But what you do and how you act and how you live speak. So loudly to child cannot hear what you're trying to say because it's just the opposite. And then the third element is EMMY what you are your child looks at your life to see not so much what you say, but what you really are. And that is so important. I don't think I have to tell most of you this morning that discipline is one of the most crucial areas of family life in now with that in mind if he's in chapter six verse four, let's take another look at that in the King, James version. It says and Ye fathers provoked that means. Exasperate not your children to wrath to anger, but bring them up in the nurture the training, bring them up in the admonition, the instruction of the Lord, now, I would say that this is the great balancing statement from the word of God concerning discipline. Now, literally, the emphasis here is that you can provoke, you can exasperate your child to wrath by the wrong kind of discipline, we can lose our children. If we do not follow God's pattern and God's plan for discipline. And so it's very important for us to look into the word of God. We need to know the word of God, if we're gonna know how to nurture you and discipline nurture and discipline, our children. So you have to understand how important the bible is all of the situation. They're in proverbs. Chapter twenty two six verse. Is that wonderful verse? We all look at when we're talking about child rearing train up child the way he oughta go. And when he is old he will not depart from it. I told you last week, I had to confess confess that a few years back, I misunderstood the teaching of that stripper I used to actually think that was teaching that if you trained up a child in the way he ought to go that, though he'd stray when he was old. He come back to it. That's not what it says that all if you begin to look at it in terms of original language, it is saying this, you train up a child in the way he ought to go using God's teaching and using God's family influence and God's kind of discipline that he puts forth in his word trade him in the way he ought to go in that way. And when he grows old he will never depart. From those things. He's been taught that doesn't mean that if you just bring a child to church or if you just every now and then say a prayer around the table or if you just every now and then have a stripper verse hanging in your house, or in your apartment, or wherever you live that, that child is being trained if you are going to the word, and teaching that child, the word of God, you're not trading that child in the way he ought to go. So don't expect the promise to be there, they'd when he's old he won't depart from it. You can't set a car. You can't send a person in a garage and make them out of mobile in, you can't set a child in church and make them Christian. Some people think all we've gotta do go to church, and we've got it all under we'll give God one hour a week or maybe an hour and a half, brother. Joe happens to be your pastor. Well, give gone an hour and a half. Lord, generous, aren't we? We're gonna give him a whole hour and a half. On Sunday morning. Going and sitting in a garage every day for eight hours a day. Wouldn't make you an automobile you could go and sit in a church eight hours a day. It wouldn't make you a Christian. You have to understand that you have to use God's word to teach a child the things of God, and you have to make it very clear, Christian father and Christian mother. You must make it very clear to that child that I am God's afforest over you. God has put me in this place. And because I love you because I want you to obey what God wants for you. I say to you, it's to your best interest to learn to obey me appealing to the foresty of the word of God, not just because it's my opinion, not just because I'd like for you to do it. I'm following the thority of the word. Of god. Now verse eight of chapter, twenty two proverbs has this to say. Let me read it one more time. The rod of his anger will parish addressing the subject of discipline. It says the ride of his anger will perish, if you're not giving the right kind of discipline. You never discipline a child out of anger. Did you hear that? You never discipline discipline, a child because you're angry with them. You disciplined, a child, because they need correction. Not punishment. They need correction. So if you're disciplined in your child when you lose your temper, if you're disciplined in your child, when you've had it up to here, and you just lose control, and all of a sudden, it's bam, and you just knock them halfway across the room argue grabbed them by the hair, the head, and you start spanking them. You are wasting your time. You're not disciplining that child the way the scripture teaches and it says the ROY. Rod of his anger with perish, your anger will perish do. No good. Now there are five basic biblical steps to affect child discipline, which I believe are clearly taught in the word of God, and I'd like to share them with you this morning, and I want you to write them down. Please write them down there five of them. They're not long. I'm not going to keep you here all day, but I want you to write them down and take them home with you. First of all, if you wanna know the first beginning basic step to affective child discipline Biblically is you have to understand that disciplined begins. With instruction there we are back to instruction again, if six chapter. God. So very very clearly pointless out. It says fathers provoked, not your child to wrath, but bring them up in the nurture the training and the admonition the instruction of the Lord. Now, I know a lot of parents, never really say anything to the child. They never teach them. They never trained them. They never make known. What's expected of them? This is not this instruction. The bible is talking about, they never get the instruction. But when the child does something that takes the parent, it's bam. Bam. Boom, the bible makes it very clear that you as a father, you have the responsibility to your family in raising your child in the nurture, and the admonition of lower remember, again, that's a weakness of unsaved nonbelievers, because they generally raise their children, how they raise their children because of what they as non-believers have as an opinion, rather than on the thorny of God, talked to them talk to those who are lost who are nonbelievers and ask them. How do you raise your child? Well, I raise my child on the things that I believe I raise the child on my opinion, I raised my child because of this book that I've read or I raise my child, because some television program, I watch. Some video of watched are raised my child because the way I was raised know the bible says you need to raise the child with what God's word teaches now. True love speaks. Would you say that would be true love speaks? We can't stay silent in a culture of confusion, we have to speak the truth in love. Listen, Jesus, certainly was a friend of senators, and we should be too, but it's time we reassess what being a friend really looks like I don't know about you, but I for one expect my friends to tell the truth. I don't want them to bash me over the head with it. But I do want them to tell me the things I need to hear in a loving way we've all been given truth without love at times. It doesn't feel very good truth without love is mean but love without truth is meaning less, did you hear me? Truth without love is mean but love without truth is meaningless. You have to tell the truth, you have to remember, the bible teaches that there is a principal, you have to give children in -struction. You have to tell them the truth. Along with that instruction comes disciplined, but all disciplined begins.

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10:10 min | 2 years ago

"pastor joe" Discussed on KNSS

"And now it's time for new day church with senior pastor Joe, right? Tony Compal was speaking to a group of teenagers at Indiana Youth convention many years ago, and he was telling them how by strange circumstance, she had become the only white preacher on a staff of seven in all black church. And he said young people. There's no greater place in the whole world of preach. Then in an all black church. He said, they don't just sit there in the service like knots on a log they affirm you he said, they say, Amen. Keep going brother preached the word keep going go with it. You never hear that in most white churches. He said, but rather it's always stop stop. It's time to quit. Aren't we running late today? Passed twelve I'm hungry. Capello went on to say. But the only time it ever got silent was when you really weren't doing too. Well, with your sermon he said, you could always tell because they would really get quiet and he said he was preaching one Sunday morning. And he knew that he was bombing. Because he said that it was so silent you could have heard a pin drop any set a lady stood up in the back of the church with a white handkerchief. And she was waving it, and she said, helping Jesus helping helping. I felt that way before help me Jesus. Help me. I wish some of you would do that every now, and then might help me might wake somebody up to. But compel went on to say that once a year the week of Easter in that black church. They have a preteen rally where all seven preachers would stand up and in order would all preach kind of like an old fashioned preaching and teaching convention and Compal said that this certain year he had drawn the position of preaching next to last. He got up to preach when it was his turn. And he said that he thought he had never preached ever before a better sermon in all of his life. As a matter of fact, he said that he just knew it was the greatest sermon anyone ever preached. He said people kept affirming him continuously with right on brother Aiman. Hey, man. Preach it go with it. And he said that when he finally finished. He went back to his seat on the platform, which was right beside the old elderly preacher who was supposed to preach laughs. And while the congregation saying the him that was to separate their sermons. He set they're just actually he admitted gloating. Now, he had preached a wonderful sermon. But at that moment, he needed to be preached a sermon in the worst kind of way he needed to hear a sermon on humility on giving God the glory. He said, I was so pleased with myself, and so puffed up that my feet hadn't touched the platform as I walked back to my chair seated beside that old pastor. He said, I thought my sermon was so great. I was looking around just hoping someone had a recorder and had recorded it on tape. And then the greatest in the indulged in was that in his mind. He was actually so proud of himself that he was saying poor old brother Bill. He's got to follow that how on earth will he ever top that? I sure hate to have to preach after a great sermon. Like that you see in compilers mind instead of a worship service at had suddenly become preaching contest, and he had proclaimed himself the winner hands down. Compal had no idea that God was about to teach him a lesson in humility. He'd never forget. He said that after the congregation finished singing over other Bill. The senior minister step into that pulpit and for the next hour and forty minutes, he preached the most dynamic sermon, Compal, whatever her and old brother Bill kept saying five words over and over and over and it was the week right before Easter Sunday and the five words were it Sunday but Sunday's coming. It's Friday, pardon me. But Sunday's coming. He kept saying those five words it's Friday but Sunday's coming. That's the video. We were attempting to show you when the streams weren't working. But you saw the last part of it. And I would challenge you to go home and just Google it's Friday but Sunday's coming, and you can watch the whole video that we edited it, and it is worth your time. And that Boyce is that black preacher who was preaching that time Compal Till's about that preacher would say it's Friday and Jesus nailed to the crawls but Sunday's coming. It's Friday the Pharisees think they own the whole world strutting around like big men, but Sunday's a-coming it's Friday pilot washes, and he thinks things always will be. As always been but Sunday's coming. It's friday. The disciples are meeting behind locked doors for fear of the Roman soldiers and the Jews but Sunday's coming. It's Friday and Jesus in the tomb but Sunday's common. Compal said that the old preacher got halfway through the sermon and he'd yell. It's Friday and the whole congregation would yell back. But sundays. Friday but Sunday's coming Friday. Sunday's cub. Compal said, it was absolutely the greatest service to ever been in. He said the rafters were shaking in that place. Then Compal look those teams in the eye that Indiana Youth convention, and he said now teams your wrestling against some pretty tough, Tim -tations. You might be having troubles at home or you might be having troubles at school. Or maybe your church youth group, isn't what it ought to be. But he said, I just want you to remember that it's Friday, and man those kids nearly leaped out of their seats as the all in one accord yell back but Sunday's coming but Sunday's coming. That's exactly the spirit. I want us to catch this morning. That resurrection day came and Jesus was victorious over the tomb and the grave and Jesus was alive. As all of our music has been proclaiming. Turn your bibles. If you would to John chapter twenty the gospel of John Matthew, Mark, Luke, John the last one of what we call the four of spills. And I want you to stand with me out of respect for God's word. And if you don't have your bible the words are on the screen, but I want us to read these verses from John chapter twenty starting with verse one down through verse tonight. It says early on the first day of the week while it was still dark in other words on Sunday. Mary Magdalene went to the tomb and saw that the stone had been removed from the entrance. So she came running to Simon Peter and the other disciple the one Jesus loved we know that was John. That's what Jesus called him. And he said they have taken the Lord out of the tomb Mary's do them, and we don't know where they have put him so Peter verse three in the other disciples started for the tune both were running. But the other disciple out Ren, Peter and reached the tomb, I he was younger he been over and looked in the strips of linen line there. But he did not go in. I think because of fear verse six says, then Simon Peter get your seeing finally catching up. And breathing heavily Simon Peter who was behind him arrived and went into the tune. He saw the strips of linen lying there that Jesus had been wrapped in as well as the burial cloth. The debate around Jesus head see it was lying there empty like an empty cocoon. The cloth was folded up by itself that had been over his face separate from the Linden. Verse eight finally the other disciple who had reached the tomb. I also went inside. He saw don't miss. These four words he saw and believed. They did not understand from scripture that Jesus had to rise from the dead. Let's pray..

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20:11 min | 2 years ago

"pastor joe" Discussed on KNSS

"For details. And now it's time for new day at some church was senior pastor Joe, right? For the last few weeks. We've been talking about handling life's challenges, and I've talked to you about a number of things, and I've reminded you that into everybody's life. Some rain is going to fall all of us are going to have problems and difficulties. But I wanna talk to you today about when you've made those mistakes when you've made those wrong turns when you've gone the wrong direction. I wanna talk to you about how to handle your regrets how to release those regrets. You have in life, and I want you to turn this morning. If you would to psalm thirty to the words of David found in psalm thirty two and I want us to read just verses one through five. So if you have your bibles follow along with us, if you do not the words on the screen stand with us out of respect for God's word. As we talk about how to release your regrets. How to release your regrets some chapter thirty two verses one through five. It says blessed is he who's transgressions are forgiven whose sins are covered. Would you say men to that blessed is he who's transgressions are forgiven whose sins are covered blessed is the man who send the Lord does not count against him. Hallelujah. Loved that verse blessed is the man who send the Lord does not count against him. And in whose spirit is no deceit. Verse three when I kept silent my bones wasted away through my groaning all day long for night and day day and night. Your hand was on me heavy up on me. My strength was sapped as in the heat of summer verse five then I acknowledged catch that word, then I acknowledged my sin to you. God. And did not cover up my iniquity. I said I will confess my transgressions to the Lord. And you forgave the guilt of my sin. Praise. The lord. Let's pray. Heavenly father helpless today as we talk about releasing our regrets. All of us have them. Bother remind us today. There is salvation there is forgiveness. There is the covering of our transgressions available through Jesus Christ your son. Remind us father that without him. We have no hope but remind us that with Jesus as our Lord and savior. We have the promise of eternal life will go to heaven, and we'll be in a place where there'd be no sickness. No sorrow. No pain. No tears. No stress. Snow worry father. What a day that's going to be. And we rejoice and praise you for your promise of it in Jesus name and all God's people said, Amen. You may be seated. Louis Fletcher wrote a poem a number of years ago in nineteen twenty one. It's been one of those poems. That have spoken very clearly to me would it comes to the subject of regrets. It's called the land of beginning. Again. I want you to read it with me on the screen. I wish there was some wonderful place called the land of beginning again where all our mistakes and all our heartaches and all of our poor selfish grief could be dropped like a shabby old code at the door and never be put on again. I wish we could come. I wish we could come on it all unaware lack the hunter who finds a lost trail. And I wish that the one whom are blindness had done the greatest injustice of all could be at the gates like an old friend that waits for the comrade. He's gladys. Just to heal. We would find all the things we intended to do but forgot and remembered too late little phrases unspoken little promises broken and all of the thousand and one little duties neglected that might have perfected the day for one less fortunate. It wouldn't be possible. Not to be kind in the land of beginning again. And the ones we miss judged and the ones whom we grudge d- the moments of victory here would find into grasp of our loving hand class more than patient lips could explain. For what had been hardest. We know had been best. What had seemed lost would begin for? There isn't a sting that will not take wing when we faced it and laughed it away. And I think that the laughter is most what we're after in the land of beginning again. And then I love this last verse it talks about the fact, so I wish there was some wonderful place called the land of beginning again where all our mistakes and all our heartaches and all of our poor selfish grief could be dropped like a shabby oh code at the door and never be put on again. Today as we complete our series on Hanley life's challenges we're talking about how to release your regrets. Many of you will remember that last week. We talked about how to recover from resentment from resentment, which was basically learning how to forgive other people. And today as we talk about how to release your regrets. Our focus is really on. How do we forgive ourselves? When there has been failure. When there has been seen, please understand everybody has some regrets. All of us have some things that we would like to forget we've made some mistakes we've made some bad decisions. We've hurt other people. We've heard ourselves in the process and all of us would like to be able to file it away in. Remember it no more. Sometimes just like David our guilt is so happy from our past that it is constantly plugging us in the present. And it's always endangering our future. Sometimes our guilt makes us play this game. If only if only I could start again, if only I can recall those words, if only I had not mailed that letter if only I had not made that decision that night if only I could go back and reclaim yesterday. Then maybe things would be different today. In psalm thirty two there in verses one into David says blessed is he who's transgressions are forgiven. Who's sands are covered blessed is the man who send the Lord does not count against him. And in whose spirit there is no deceit. You know, what that verse says to me? That verse both of them wanted to say, hey, there is a place called the land of beginning. Again, we can begin again when we know Jesus Christ. When there is no transgression that Christ has not died for when our Santa's been covered by the shedding of his blood on the cross. It means for every person who has regrets for every person who lives with a sense of the past. There is a new opportunity for you to begin again. But you have to accept some responsibility. Well as we begin today. What is it? We usually do with our regrets. I thought that was a great question to start. This message with and I will tell you quickly several things we do with our regrets. I I thought we try to bury them at least we tried to. Truthfully. You can't bury the past, but you can neutralize the sting of it. If you were equipped with the word of God. And if you understand your position in Christ. How do we bury our regrets we try to minimize them by saying, oh, it's no big deal? It really wasn't that bad. They had it coming. I should have given them a piece of my mind. I told her I was going to do this. If things didn't change at home. We try to bury those regrets. We try to bury them. Every time we have an opportunity by minimizing our responsibility and our action or we rationalize our regrets. We say, hey, lots of people do it. I want to tell you something. The actions of other people will never release you will never release you from your own regrets. I can never looked around and play the comparison game and say, you know, I feel better all of a sudden because I looked at this other person's life, and boy, they really have blown it in their life. That doesn't help me at all the comparison game just doesn't work. We can bury our regrets by trying to compromise them. We simply lower the standards and no longer. Do we pay attention to the word of God? And we pretend that it's not there while all the time we know that is not true. Proverbs twenty eight thirteen says he who couldn't seals his sin. In other words, he who covers up his sin does not prosper, but whoever confesses and renounces them that is the person who finds God's mercy. Isn't that? What we're after aren't we really wanting to know God, can you forgive us. Can we go on is there a future out there? Do we still have a dream that we might live out and see fulfilled? I we try. To bury them. Secondly, as I was thinking about how we usually handle regrets. We try to blame others. We try to blame others. Some fifty verse twenty says, you speak continually against your, brother, and slander, your own mother's, son. You see we find it very easy to blame. Other people. For our sins for our failures forearm restates for our transgressions. It's as old as the book itself. It says the Godwin calling on Adam and eve in the garden and said, oh, Adam where are you? I mean, we've been having this morning fellowship every morning, and all of a sudden Adam you don't show up. What's going on in your life? Well, God, you know that tree you told me not to eat from. I ate that fruit. But I need to hasten tell you got it wasn't my fault. It was that woman. You gave me it was her fault. And God, you know, in a sense. It was even your fault because you've provided her. You see we try to use blame as a valid? Because when our guilt potion get so high we think maybe I can blame it on somebody else. It is going to make me maybe look better and feel better. But of course, blaming others. Never works. A third way we typically handle regrets. Is we beat ourselves up? I mean, we administer self punishment. Those words from some thirty eight four where it says, my guilt is overwhelmed me like a burden too heavy to bear. My wounds fester and our loathsome. Because of my sinful folly. I'll tell you the her multiple ways of self punishment. There are people who are physically ill today in sickness because they have chosen to bury the past. Bury those regrets. Rather than confessed them to God. And it is actually affected their body in a physical manner. There are people who live with depression, for instance. And please don't ever leave this place saying that brother, Joe set our sicknesses always tied to see. And I'm not saying that. But I am telling you that Glenn we do not deal openly with God. And ourselves about seeing. There are consequences physically and emotionally that we do pay. The alternate form of self punishment. Is suicide. Suicide has become one of the leading killers of college kids in high school students. Why? Because people feel condemned they have regrets even at a young age. And I will tell you that if we are honest that the vast majority of us all of us as adults as well as young people virtually all of us at some time feel a deep sense of regret because of something that has happened. In our past. Some failure. And I wanna tell you that if you feel condemn today, if your guilt potion is way up here the scripture says in John three seventeen God did not send his son into the world to condemn the world. But to save the world through him. Jesus did not come to multiply your guilt and to condemn you. He came to set you free. Here is the problem of self inflicted punishment. Listen carefully. Your conscience. Never knows when to quit. Your conscience. Never knows when to quit. If that's the way you are trying to pay for some pass failure understand your conscience. Never knows when to quit, and you may spend the rest of your life trying to atone and pay for something that happened in your past. And all this is going to do is ruined your present and endanger your future? So trying to bury our regrets doesn't work blaming others. Doesn't work and beating ourselves up. Doesn't work. So what should we do brother Joe about regrets? Well, the bible is so clear about this. Dumberer one write it down confess our past wrongs say that with me confess our past wrong. In some fifty one three David said four, I know my transgression, and my is always before me. In psalm thirty two five he says, then I had knowledged my send to you. And did not cover up my iniquity. I said I will confess my transgressions till the Lord, and you forgave. God. You forgave the guilt of my sin. Okay. This is the first step and sometimes it's the hardest step in releasing your regrets. But it is the best step. You will ever take. You compare? What was said in proverbs? He who covers his seeing that person shall not prosper. David said, I will confess my transgressions to the Lord and Lord, you forgave the guilt. That thing that just weighs us down. You forgave the guilt of my sin. I John one nine. I'm reminded says if we confess our sins that he Jesus is faithful and just one version says righteous and will forgive us our sins. And purify or Clinton's us from all unrighteousness. What better promise could you have friends? What more could you want? How could you turn your back on that? How could you pass it up?.

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08:31 min | 2 years ago

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"Time for new day at some a church with senior pastor Joe, right? It's been a thrill to be able to preach this series of messages called handling life's challenges because all of us have challenges in life. Would you say in? Today. I wanna talk about how to recover from resentment. I meet a lot of people who are eaten alive. By resentment problems. They've had in life mistakes. They've made we're going to talk next week about regret. And as we in this series of messages, I pray it's been a blessing to your life because the scripture proclaims into everybody's life. Whether you're Christian or non-christian into everybody's life. No matter what age you are into the everybody's life. No matter what side of the tracks you live on into everybody's life. Some rain is going to fall. It's not if a storm comes it's when a storm comes it's not if we have challenges, it's when we have challenges. And a lot of people have the challenge of resentment. And so I'd like you to turn this morning if you would to Hebrews chapter twelve. And I want us to stand as I ask you every week. I hope you don't mind to stand out of respect for God's word. This is God's word. Amen. We believe this is God's word. Amen. This is still as relevant today as it ever was a man, it's not old fashioned is not out of date it still works. This is the word of the living God preserved for us by his power throughout the centuries. So let's read from the New Testament, the book of Hebrews, and let's read from chapter twelve verse fourteen and fifteen just those two versus and if you have your bible follow along if you do not the words are on the screen. Why don't you read them out loud with me? It says make every effort to live in peace with all men. Let's read that again. Make every effort to live in peace with all men, some men those people you like those people who are easy to be around those people you love those people you work with those neighbors. Live at peace with who. All men, you got it. I think. And to be holy oh. And to be wholly without holiness. No, one will see the Lord. Well, that's a tough scripture. Without holiness. No, one will see the Lord. I hope you don't think you can be wholly on your own. I hope you aren't one of those. I've talked about who stand in front of the mirror every morning and seeing how great art. As you look at yourself. I hope you don't standard sing. Holy. Holy. Holy look at me. None of us can be wholly without the Lord Jesus Christ in our lives. None of us can be wholly without being filled with the Holy Spirit. No one is gonna see God who is not wholly. Verse fifteen see to it that no one misses the grace of God. And that no bitter root resentment grows up to cause trouble and defile many. Let's break. Heavenly father helpless today to learn from your word. Helpless father as we look at it to apply it to our lives. While they're you know, that I always pray out loud or pray silently helpless, when we leave today to not just been hearers of the word. But help us to apply it and be doers of your word. That others can tell we've been with Jesus. That he resides in us through your Holy Spirit. I pray at night ask in his name the name of Jesus. Amen. You may be seated. Leonard Hoke was a paragon of respectability. He was a middle aged hardworking lab technician who had worked at the same Pennsylvania paper mill for nineteen years. He'd been a boy scout leader at affectionate. Father a member of the volunteer fire department and a regular churchgoer. He was admired as a model citizen in the community until that image exploded in a well planned. Our of bloodshed one brisk October morning. Leonard hope decided to Mana savage revolt. Against the world. He inwardly resented up proficient marks money, stuffed two pistols in his cO pockets, a forty five automatic and a Smith and Wesson thirty eight. Before he drove his SUV to the meal. Parking quietly. He gripped a gun in each fist and slowly stocked into the shop. He started shooting with such calculated frenzy that resembled a scene out of a JAMES BOND movie. He failed several of his fellow workman with two or three bullets firing more than thirty shots in all deliberately killing many of the man he had known for over fifteen years. When a swat team was formed to capture the man they found him standing at the employee entrance. Snarling defiantly. Totally bewildered. The community tried to deal with it. Policeman who knew him. We're puzzled friends were shocked. But finally, they discovered a tenuous chain of logic behind this. Brief reign of terror. You see down very deep within the heart and soul of Leonard oak. Rumbled intense resentment. The man who appeared like a monk on the outside was seething with murderous hatred within. A subsequent investigation led officials to numerous discoveries yielding all the evidence of what had set him off. Several of the victims. He shot had been promoted over him while he remained in the same position. More than one in his car pool had quit riding with him due to his reckless driving. A neighbor had been threatened and then struck by Hoke after an argument over a fallen tree on their property line. The man was brimming with resentful rage that could be no longer held in check beneath his picture in time magazine. The caption told all the truth. Responsible respectful. But resentful. How.

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18:42 min | 2 years ago

"pastor joe" Discussed on KNSS

"Are exclusions apply. And now it's time for new day at some a church who senior pastor Joe, right? For the last few weeks. We've been talking about the series of messages called handling laxed challenges. We talked about the perfect storm, and how Jesus spoke to the winds, and they ceased in the waves, and they stopped. Then we talked about the fact that we can have a bad day and all of us have experienced those bad days. And maybe you've had some this week. We want to address that again this morning then last week we talked about crisis in life all of us go through crisis. We've talked about we're either in a crisis. We're coming out of one or we're getting ready to enter into another one life is full of storms and crisis and bad days today. I only have one verse of scripture for you. And today, I only want to talk about one thing, and that's your personal hurts. Not generally like we've been talking. But specifically how to handle your hurts? And I want you to turn if you would to the words of Jesus recorded in John chapter sixteen and I'd like for you to stand with me out of respect for God's word, and we're going to read just this one verse. And I hope you'll market in your bible. If you don't have a bible, we've provided the words on the screen for you. John chapter sixteen verse thirty three. Jesus says not brother Joe. Say that would meet Jesus says not brother Joe. I have told you these things so that in me. You may have peace. In this world. You will have trouble. It's not if. It's you will. Have trouble. Jesus said that. In this trouble. You in this world, you will have trouble. But take heart. I have overcome. The world. Let's pray. Heavenly father, help us take this one verse of scripture today and apply it to our lives to our personal hurts. Every person here. Father has experienced them. In the past in the present. And we will in the future. Help us Lord. To learn today. How to deal? How to handle? How to have victory? Over our hurts. Through you. I pray it in Jesus name. Amen. You may be seated. Dan, Sutherland pastors the Flamingo road church in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. And he has written a very fine book called transitioning leading your church through change. He tells a little story in that book that I think serves us well as we continue to focus this morning on how to handle life's challenges. Listen to what he says, he writes, I live in south Florida. Where hurricanes are a fact of life. We had several years without a major storm and people tended to become lax about their preparation then when Hurricane Andrew hit in nineteen Ninety-two all that Shane. Now in two thousand nineteen we are much more aware of what a hurricane can do. Andrew was the worst hurricane to ever it Florida in its history. If you could see the aerial view of Florida right after Andrew it would look like someone had taken a lawnmower that was three miles wide and had run it all across the yard of Florida. I mean from the east coast to the west coast for a three mile stretch all across the state all the way from one coast to the other nothing stood. Well, he says now we're much more aware of what a hurricane can do. Ed, we have gone to the other extreme. He said last week twenty six years after Andrew we had a hurricane warning and two days before the storm could possibly arrive. Everything began shutting down schools, businesses churches, doctors offices, even WalMart. It was eerie. Irini said the storm was clearly going to miss our area. But it came close enough that everyone overreacted and put their lives on hold for two whole days. If this trend continues, he writes every summer and fall for the next two knows how many years we're going to see that downturn in productivity in south Florida. Because now listen to these last two lines because there is always a storm just off shore. This time of year. There is always a potential storm brewing somewhere. Out there. Well, Jesus said in John sixteen thirty three I told you these things so that in me, you may have peace. In this world. You will have trouble. Don't let anyone tell you. You won't. But take heart. I Jesus have overcome the world. Life is not always filled with fun and games. Is it? Have you ever noticed how sometimes life seems to be a series of hurts? Just one thing right after the other most of them far beyond our control. There seems to always be a storm brewing out there. Just off the coast line of our lives. Well, David wrote in psalm one oh nine twenty two and twenty three for I am poor and needy, and my heart is wounded within me. I fade away like an evening shadow. I am shaking off. Like a locust. Today as we begin to talk about the subject of how to specifically handle our individual hurts. We're going to talk this morning about some very simple ways. Let's begin by talking about how people hurt. How people hurt some people hurt first of all physically and some of you like some of us were working cleaning the house yesterday or you were working in the garage or you were doing something else. Maybe shoveling some snow that you've got an acre pain this morning. Are you got up with a headache today that is one of those minor hurts there are some people who are constantly in pain? Now person's right here in this service this morning, who I know a little bit about about their medical history, and I can tell you they've been living with constant pain for us. It's just become away. They have to cope with in life day in and day out. And there is nothing pleasant about that. But one way you can hurt us physically. But it's not just physical hurt. We also have Secondly emotional hurt. We heard emotionally. And that kind of hurt his little more hidden, then it's awful hard to deal with. It's I think emotional pain is harder Leo within physical pain. How do you deal with emotional hurt? How do you deal with your fear? Your worry, your anger, your guilt, your grief. Your resentment. Your depression? What do you do to get rid of those kinds of hurts? That are all on the inside emotional hurt. Then thirdly. We hurt relations. The most difficult type of her. I think in life is when we are hurt by other people. And it is a fact of life that if we live in the world, and we react with other people one time or another. We are going to be hurt by shut one. Sometimes a person who's very close to us. It may be a misunderstanding. It may come out of a conflict, it may be due to loneliness or rejection by that person that may come from misappropriated criticism. But the truth of the matter is we are all going to deal with relational earth in life. I think more than any other book. Of the scriptures. Maybe the book of psalms. Give us gives us. Some insight. Into emotional and relational hurts. It's one of those books, especially when you read the psalms of David. Where he is innermost personal feelings are just kind of on display now some of you thought David wrote all of the psalms. That's not true. So don't think I've made a mistake. But I wanna look today at David's life and some of the psalms. He wrote. David's life, his innermost. Feelings are kind of on display. It's like David is saying here is what is going on in my life. Here is the way I feel about life right now. He is very confessional. And so we're going to look at six episodes in David's life, and each of those episodes is kind of a modeling in a way of how we are not to handle hurt. They didn't work for him. And frankly, they're not gonna work for us. And yet when you look at David's life, and you look at life in the twenty first century people still handle hurts about the same way. It's amazing. How human nature doesn't she? Let me give you this verse. Because I think at the end at the end today as we wrap things up if we could bring day that across this platform, and he could say one word to people who are hurting here is what he would say some thirty four versus eighteen. The Lord is close to the broken hearted. And saves those who are crushed in spirit. What a fantastic verse. Say it out loud with the Lord is close to the broken hearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit is that you. All right. What are the ways that don't work? Let's talk about that one of the six remedies for dealing with emotional or relational hurt in life. They just does not bring fulfillment insiders faction is you can ignore your hurt just ignore it. It's kinda that Clint Eastwood approach, you know, it's macho just be tough grin and bear. It give me a bullet to chew on. I'm going to ignore it. And it's going to go away out of sight out of mind. Just kind of suffering in silence. David declared in psalm thirty two verse three when I kept silent. When I tried to ignore things my bones wasted away. Through my groaning all day long. I like what the newer English. Translation says. There was a time. I wouldn't admit my sin. But my dishonesty dishonesty with self and dishonesty with God made me miserable. And it filled my days with frustration ever feel like that. If you are out here today, and you're one of those hurting persons who ignore your hurt. You might ask yourself a couple of questions. What is it that I'm pretending not to know? What is it that? I am pretending not to know. And what is it that I'm trying to ignore in my life? It may be that today is a parrot. You have a kid on drugs. And you're just pretending it doesn't exist. You're trying to nor it. You're trying to stick your head down in the sand and say all this is eventually going to go away, and I'm gonna wake up, and it's just gonna be a bad dream. It's not really happening. Yes. It is. There are persons who are in this room this morning. Either right now or they're listening by radio or they're watching online on live streaming and you've gone through infidelity in your marriage. You've broken your Val. Or your marriage partner, your mate broke? There's there's been an adulterous affair and rather than dealing with that you're trying to ignore it. And pretend that it is not there, and I will tell you that hurt and pain is not going to go away. There are some Mary just this morning that are simply not gonna make it because rather than getting focused then saying how can we rebuild our marriage? How can we rebuild our relationship? How can we rebuild our home life? Some individuals were going to say, here's the way, I'm going to deal with this hurt. I'm going to just pretend it's not there. Now, why don't we do this? And why is this so prevalent in our society today? This has been one of the worst weeks. I've had in a long time. Because I've had brought into my life this week, a number of people who are really hurting. Dealing with some really serious things. And I was counting last night. You probably won't believe this. But I counted six people last night. Who are dealing with kids. Who are adults? Who ought to note who do know better. Who are making bad choices in life? And I wasn't real popular with some of the people I met with this week. Because I had to say, you're enabling them. We live in a society today where nobody wants to take responsibility. We have coddled and spoiled kid so bad that they don't take responsibility anymore. And we stand back and wonder why? We're guilty. We've done it. Now, you can use the excuse. I wanted them to have a better life than I did..

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05:17 min | 2 years ago

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"Hello would Utah. This is pastor Joe Wright. The new senior pastor at summit church on east Kellogg between Greenwhich and web road. Just behind carmax pastor John Henry has come back to Wichita Kansas to join me in an exciting ministry at summit church. We'd love to have you come and be a part ten AM on Sunday mornings just behind carmax on east cello. We hope to welcome you in person very soon. Cheat. Every chain. Great. Wait. Great can't be. Great. Clarendon dam is. Powell? Dan. We know. Straight. Hey, Wichita, this is pastor Joe, right? I am so excited to have pastor. John Henry joining forces with me at summit church on Sunday mornings at ten AM just behind carmax on east Kellogg between green witch and web roads. We'd love to welcome you in person. John, and I have about fifty years total invested in ministry here in Wichita. And we'd love to welcome you soon. Come join us..

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02:12 min | 3 years ago

"pastor joe" Discussed on AM730

"The new mexico broadcasters association and this station our words are the most powerful weapon god has given us isaiah fifty five eleven says god's word will not return to him void but the devil works night and day to prevent us from using god's word effectively this is speak the word with author and bible teacher joanne ramsey you know satan in his damon's have already they have already experienced firsthand what god's word can do they they are well aware of the power that's in god's word believe me you know jesus reduce satan's power over you as as the book is clearly tells you english to fifteen it says god disarm the principalities and powers that were ranged against us and made a bold display and a public example of them and triumphing over them in him in the cross praise guy therefore you should be aware that you are your father's enforcer of his word animals say that again you are the enforcer of your father's word god is not going to come down here and speak the word for you you are the one enforces that word he is giving you the power and the authority to speak that word and enforce it you know when please pull you over or they're standing out and hold their hand up and get you to stop this date is behind them or the county where it was the county police state police the state is backing them off the state has given them the authority to pull you over and to make you stop gone has given you the authority to pull satan over and step on his head and make him stop the greater one living on the inside of you and me home god's kingdom is back in you off all the angelic forces are surrounding us they're backing us up the mission of speak the word ministries is to teach you that there is power in the spoken word of god sign up for pastor joe's monthly newsletter and receive encouragement to news at speak the word ministry dot net that speak the word ministry dot net the dramatized bible the light through the night every night on fm ninety six point nine am seven thirty k d albuquerque.

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