19 Burst results for "Paul Center"

Sen. Rand Paul on The Problem With Critical Race Theory

The Dan Bongino Show

01:26 min | 4 months ago

Sen. Rand Paul on The Problem With Critical Race Theory

"For. I want to welcome to the Dan Bongino Show, Senator Rand. Paul. Center, Paul. Thanks for joining us. Glad to be with you, Dan. Congrats on the new show. Thank you. You have always been a supporter. I I don't know if I've ever gotten a thank you in front of millions of people, but I want to now you know, you're not one of these famous secrets. When I ran for office folks, I had almost no chance of winning and the deep blue state of Maryland and Senator Paul was more than happy to meet with me and said, Basically, what do we need to do? And I'll never forget that So I just want the audience out there to hear what kind of guy you really are behind the scenes. So Let me get I want to get to a gain of function and what you've been doing and taking on there. But before you get that just quickly your thoughts on this explosion in critical race theory around the country and American patriots figuring it out, and I know you're a big advocate for acting locally, Finally figuring it out and fighting it back your thoughts on that, You know, I'm worried about our country that we have propaganda being fed to young, vulnerable kids and this kind of stuff that happens in an authoritarian state where pride Began up, You know, a version of truth that has sort of an agenda behind it is fed to a young group of people. But it's even worse than that. I think when you foster the idea that we're founded on hatred, and the people contended that can you continue to hate each other? Based on race? What you do is you cut you encourage mortar. Sort of racial hatred to

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"paul center" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:26 min | 5 months ago

"paul center" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"You know the Machado but the mookie. Betts catch in center field and the game. That's you know that's one of those plays that's as close as a baseball game could be 'cause module win that game if if he doesn't catch that and we're to say that the padres and the dodgers are the biggest rivalry in sports because we're excited about them right now. I think you need a little bit of time. I think so because the padres out of it for so long and the doctors have been at the top for all that time. So now they've been diamondbacks. They tried to rival diamondbacks. But they'll always san fran they always have the giants always wanting to be the rivalry. I think that phoenix loses out on that. Because they don't want to beat anybody meal everybody in the division wants to beat la But you know the forty niners. I think you're a rightsholders to that rivalry and the giants are obviously. You'll have their thing with la You know sons could come up here and have a little thing with the lakers. The warriors want to say. Hey we're not done with a beating. la either. I'm not sure how king sharks is kings iota fire but in hockey they you know there are no real great west coast rivalries off tend to bounce back like original six maybe the avalanche and the red wings while they were both western conference and it was one of stanley cup every year but in general type of rocky rivalries. Hey you're talking about a part of the country that we're not coats are just so happy to still be a team. They don't even care who they play. They just they just. Everybody thinks that means. There's still a team winnipeg you. Just because of the history of how the youths came came to be in the valley how they came to be the oats and on the jets get relocated and then rebooted about a decade ago. I all sorts of a break. She's jen jeff. It's all territory on sports overnight america. We re back three to fly paul center city much glass by his second of the game. The yankees meet six along..

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"paul center" Discussed on Coffee And A Book

Coffee And A Book

02:50 min | 10 months ago

"paul center" Discussed on Coffee And A Book

"And we can say. I believe in the resurrection the body but if by our actions we show that this is really something important then. Our kids are six kids in our nineteen grandkids. And oliver godchildren as well are not just going to hear it or read it. They're going to see it and again like a wedding or a birth a funeral be an opportunity for people to recognize the free offer of divine life. It's free. it's not cheap. But jesus paid the price and so we can really appropriate that and enter into a joy that will survive any pandemic and you know whatever hour of death brings to us truly a fascinating book. Dr han work. Can they check out the book and your other work. Well william thank you for that i. I must admit it was a super of a book. As i mentioned at the top of our time together. I never saw this coming. But now i can see clearly. How closely tied is to an earlier book. I wrote called the lamb supper. The masses heaven on earth which also looked at the eucharist and the resurrection and the the mass. But you can get this where you can basically find all my other stuff. And that is the apostle that kimberlin i founded about twenty years ago called the saint pulse center. So if you go to st saint paul center dot com. You can find a copy. And i know that amazon been running out periodically so we'll keep you supplied and it's been a lot of fun to see how this book has gone far and wide and through things like skype. I've been able to share this with people in india slovakia australia ireland england on monday and canada in a way that my credit card and my own personal schedule could never have afforded so thank god for this technology and thank god to for what you're doing in defending the faith and a and getting so many guests besides me on this to show people how to how to proclaim the faith and defended as well. You gotta keep up the great work william. Thank you sarah in. Your work is a big reason. Why i'm here so it's to honor for me to say thank you for your for your work. That's that's my wife. My wife Anyways guys check out the book. It's a fantastic book. It's fascinating and dr hans. Thank you for the time. That on out here on a friday to talk with me about it. So god bless you. God bless you to all of those who are gonna watch and listen thanksgiving.

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Robert Smith, Vista Equity Partners; PPP & Minority-Owned Businesses

Squawk Pod

04:29 min | 1 year ago

Robert Smith, Vista Equity Partners; PPP & Minority-Owned Businesses

"For businesses around the world today isn't a restart it's a rethink that's why they're partnering with. Ibm retailers are keeping their systems up as millions of orders move online. Paul centers are using IBM Watson to manage an influx of customer questions with a I and solutions built on the IBM cloud are helping doctors care for patients remotely today. We're rethinking how business moves forward. Let's put smart work visit. Ibm DOT com slash thing to learn more this squad pod? I'm CNBC producer. Katie Kramer Today on our podcast private equity giant and richest African American billionaire Robert Smith on getting loans to entrepreneurs or capital is be driven. Frankly into this small businesses hands in probably give them a little more flexibility in terms of hobbies and and how to leverage technology for digital future. But I think we should think about what are the most effective ways for us to educate our population to drive forward into you know into the teacher of opportunity plus when reopening is on the Menu Cameron Mitchell restaurants founder and CEO laid off thousands of workers. Now he's opening doors again. I think we're going to survive but it's GonNa be a while before we get the hospital. It's Monday may twenty Fifth Happy Memorial Day squad. Pat Begins Right now Robert. F Smith is the founder Chairman and CEO of Vista Equity which has fifty seven billion dollars in investment capital. Vista is the fifth largest enterprise software company in the world as well and overseas more than sixty portfolio companies that employ more than seventy thousand people around the world. Smith is also the first African American to sign the giving pledge and he was recently awarded the Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy. He's on many lists as the wealthiest black American and lately. He's been working directly with the White House on the roll out of the paycheck protection program and how to get the loans in the hands of the most in need especially minority owned business. Pp was designed to rescue mainstream. According to the small business administration more than four million loans have been approved so far totaling more than five hundred billion dollars. Here's Andrew Ross Sorkin with billionaire businessman and Philanthropist Robert F Smith. You had worked with the White House on this program and so I just ask you to start by giving it a grade. Do you believe the money's getting where it needs to go. You know be first Tron of the P P P I think was challenge to get to the the small businesses small medium businesses a second charter for being a lot more effective But one of the things we discovered. Angela's US not discussed is that there is a frankly banking desert's in a lot of the communities about seventy percent of the African American community. Actually don't have a branch bank and so we've been working with a they treasury you know senator Sector MNUCHIN and Senator Schumer in Pelosi Dachsie work on building capacity and what I saw the capillary banking systems which are the community development financial institutions and a minority depository institutions building out the Pasadena to get these dollars into the hands of these small businesses which are essential to our communities so what are those capillary banks. Look like who you to right. If you are a small business owner this morning listening to you this morning. Where did you go go? Go to get that money then. So there's a bad a little over a thousand of these days. Cdfi's and the India is and these banks typically are in the communities there mainly in what we call targeted communities Unfortunately a lot of the larger banks don't bank those organizations those businesses any longer and is about ninety four percent or so of the African American businesses are so proprietorships and don't have banking relationships. And so what we've been doing is is enabling. Technically enabling got some wonderful teams have been ebeling these businesses they interface with the transit system at the and you can go to number places. There's national bankers dot org goes National Action Network. We've been worked black churches. Our Fair share A number of organizations that we've been working with to enable these banks to be able to processed loans and we just probably about ninety billion dollars or so left in the second of AP and I think it's essential if these small urban businesses African American Latin next businesses get Get their share This stimulus capitals of really frankly Repair some of the economic damage that this covert virus

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"paul center" Discussed on Inside VOICE

Inside VOICE

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"paul center" Discussed on Inside VOICE

"Pursuing right now. You should get a good patent lawyer and really think about it creative. How can create this novel? Kyrie TECHNOLOGY FOR YOURSELF. Because is something need progress? Really? Yeah and you were talking a little bit about of the work you all have done but can you share with us. Maybe some case studies or results. Your clients have had from working with you. Yeah saw one of her earliest. Were analyzing Paul Center data but we had millions of audio very large smer and we a double blind study and it was adamant able to have nine six percent accuracy rates for identifying Alzheimer's. So I was really exciting project and then most recently we have been stress freshen. Zion tiredness that area. Right and in fact many of our coming out that we are aligning. The voice in our analysis is a better when the doctors are no sis. And so we're in the ninety cents that as well and so we had just had with the exciting results of boys being greats option for you know scalable noninvasive auction for detecting so exciting ninety six percent. I mean that being able to do that with that. Alzheimer's one is pretty impressive. Now you're in charge of the PR and communications or this voice technology company. What are you looking for when it comes to new places or ways to market the brand and get new clients? Yeah so I've been having a lot of fun. Even Genta is debit lasts six months. I'm really people like how people who works cited posted -nology. That's why I love attending side. Bring voice enthusiast together right because we're able Q. Bond on this tack this boy sexy understand. What ways technology due to current technologies to current industries and so? I'm always looking right now as I looked to is where people that are interested in voice where they go now. You were sponsor of Voice Summit last year. Can you tell us what that was like for you? And in what ways voice summit and the voice community has helped canary engage. Yeah so that was actually. My first adventure extended ordinary speech. So I didn't really know what to expect. In the Horse Industry I come from Karen startups but I didn't know to expect in when we got a kiosk in Henry our CEO. He did you know podcast there. I was just on sleepword when how many people up in just so excited. Any generally watch know what he's doing and intern. I wanted to know where they work any. I must've made thirty like real connections that I still talk on quarterly basis from we were able to current clients that I also manage eighteen and we have great relationships. I just loved that. The event was created so that we could connect US people. We connect as waste on busiest and really come together and find out what we're Juninho each other and that's what it boils down to me. Can you talk a little bit more? About what specifically has been the impact on your business and market awareness being sponsor at boy summit so we have to cram science Out of that both in the clinical sunny we are pursuing graduates with them and they are both national and international so one of the clients that I was summit last year's taking us to country that we have not yet been is China so we are to be moving are healthy into mandarin in this month and so outside is that like it's moved us forward and some of the examples of the People. I met there. And Are you planning to participate at our voice global events in June and our voice? Twenty twenty summit this fall. Oh Yeah I would have missed because this June. We're GONNA be talking about how we expanded in. Ireland's we use Arlanda as a way to the year and so we're definitely be attending this John and in the hall your we're going to be there. I think it's really the best event that you could attend the urine the voice stream because people who come are did in voice check and in advancing away spray. Everyone will thank you. We definitely appreciate that. And I'm curious. Why do you sing? Sponsorship is important for brands to do in general. You have to be at the about where your money responser but west sponsorship is because besides being able to have your logo up or feed part of it but I feel especially Like more you're able to become part of that strategy of creating the environments for the attendees did events for five years or hostels is down and it's really important on the environment they treat for your tendencies and out of sponsor us say what you're saying. Hey you know we care about this week here about your experience and so I think it's really important to you're going to be really participating by becoming a sponsor your able to the Ofek for both you and your clients. Now you're saying earlier you kind of were in the healthcare space for a while. Neither specifically invoice within healthcare. Why do you personally love the voice tech space not cut in it for a while? I need it really boils down to three areas is the technology is the opportunity in the people so it just seemed what voice checks you for industries spend Expiry Disease Banat opportunity to be played out in real. Life is exciting and then the people that I've met are hashing it. They're not just strictly intelligent and I walk. Roman jewelers is exciting to come to work every day. I love that where can be balloon more about Canary Speech? If they have questions or they want to connect with you. While connect me on latent heat speed also the speech and or website is near speech dot com so yeah reach out was Yemeni questions. You just want connect above snacks. Perfect well thank you so much. Kaitlyn for sharing your insight. I'm so excited about what your company is doing. Congratulations all those patents and We appreciate you being a sponsor of voice summit and look forward to seeing you at our events again soon. Well I'm so excited. Thank you saw happy. Thank you for listening to the inside. Voice podcast. We greatly appreciate you being a part of our community. And if you enjoyed this episode or you like the Podcast we would love it if you would subscribe of follow share. Leave a review of the show. If you have any questions comments feedback people you want to see on the show things you WANNA learn. Feel free to send us an email at Carey. Motive DOT COM that's K. E. R. I ask M. D. E. V. DOT COM and be sure to check us out online at voice summit dot a i. Thank you and we look forward to chatting with you next week..

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"paul center" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

10:56 min | 1 year ago

"paul center" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"To heaven with our resurrected bodies through Christ we are going to dwell in the Holy Trinity that will be our temple in the new Jerusalem. Read in revelation. Twenty one. Seventeen there is no temple. Well wait a minute. Can there be Jerusalem temple because the temple is not a man by building. The temple is the Lord the lamb and the living water that proceeds from their thrown. Well the Lord is the father of the lamb is the son or we know that the living water is the Holy Spirit and so this is more than dogma. This is more than some sort of abstract conception of the deity the trinity ultimately shows us that the Han family is not the real meaning of family the divine family is and so every vacation every birthday every anniversary every homecoming a reunion or like just really weak signs that point to something that surpasses our highest. Hope it'll go beyond our wildest dreams and when we get there will realize this is what we were made for. And if we have to endure suffering and accept death then automatically. We're going to realize that God doesn't call us to do that. In spite of his love but precisely by losing our life for his sake where we find it and like you know he says a grain of fuzzy earth and dies are also it remains alone but if a dies it bears much fruit. You know well I mean this is exactly what the martyrs the saints but I mean Joe six pack in the Pew back in the second third and fourth century these live that way because they faced death on a daily basis and yet they not only transform their own lives. They transformed the Roman Empire talk about a culture of death but our Lord used them back. Then I'm convinced he wants to use US right now. To transform our culture of death into a kind of civilization of love and life divine life you know even without a pandemic. It's unfortunate in the days in our present time. People live with such fear and anxiety the culture especially when it concerning the body if we don't understand the value of the preciousness of our bodies to God as you outlined some beautifully doesn't matter what kind of shape you're in. It doesn't matter you know you should take care of your temple absolutely and that's a whole nother book. I'm sure but that that in this fear anxiety the world wants to grip you with it can rob you of the joy that you should have because of this. Hope does that make sense in fact. That's a really good point that we ought to really focus on for a minute because most people in our culture have a love hate relationship with their own bodies you know the overindulged and then as they get sick and weak errors they face this pandemic of their own evitable death you know. They resent their mortality. They resent their own weakness and they look at their body like a disposable rapper or a box you know once it's emptied of its contents. We can just kind of discard the box when an act. It's part of who we are. It's is I described the book art. My is a sacrament of my soul in Christ body is a sacrament of a divine life that goes beyond this human life and so we treat our bodies in a way that is proper reference sacred. You know our Audie is a temple of the Holy Spirit. But you don't worship the temple you worship in the temple and through the temple and so our bodies become the means by which we joined together in worship and at the same time we really do offer our bodies as a living sacrifice. 'cause that's what the temple is four and that's what the orders for and that's why. God gave us mortal bodies and that's why he's going to give us glorified bodies back again. It's not going to be like a body that is similar to the one we have. Now it'll be the same as Paul says it's own perishable it's raised imperishable prices. I make all things new not. I make new things and so as unbelievable as it might seem. We're going to get these bodies back. Yeah but I mean again. The weakest body is going to be male or female as it was. It's going to be integral or whole so if you lost a finger or an arm or if you were killed in a fire you get your whole body back and it's going to be also transformed in a way that Christ's body was and it's like wow if we could just cling to that hope we could face any form of suffering that God sends our way. And that's exactly how we're not just going to grit our teeth and endure but we are going to welcome death like the martyrs in the early saints did. Well I'd desk. This conversation has got me all excited. I'm hopeful and and that is the experience that people will have when you pick up a copy of today I just you know I hope my hope there are you use. That word is that this will get in the hands of so many people because this is such an important message. And God. Bless you Dr Han and Kimberly and everybody associated with Saint Paul Center for Biblical theology. I have to tell you you have been on the cutting edge of responding to this new evangelization from the very beginning and the center now online resources the ability for people who are sheltering in place in many people will have to do this for a very long time that we are hoping that as we ease back in but The dynamics of coming together may not be as easy. But you don't have to stop growing because of what you've given to people and you do it so beautifully and still freely and It is Is absolutely magnificence. My favorite spot is is still as all these years later. It's still is a number one. Chris I mean it's my favorite team. It's my favourite family in a way sort of twenty years ago but we never imagined that we would have intellect from twenty five to thirty co workers who are like teammates. And I mean We've really nicknamed ourselves. The corentin Catholic. We have made so many more resources available for beginner intermediate advanced. We've lowered the paywall all kinds of things so that people can really feed on the the mysteries of faith during this period and beyond his. So I must say I. I'm having more fun than I used to think I was allowed to him. Yeah it is just such A. It's such a it's a God thing I just can't take any credit for it. I mean if I did know me might be impressed but I do and so. I'm not but boy as I get to know. Christ he is more than impressive is amazing and I and I also have to give a shout out to your beautiful spouse kimberly just the example for so many people not only is she a sound theologian. She and a tremendous writer. But I also you know that she's living it not only as a mother and a grandmother but she is out doing that that the cross looks forward with them looks out and she sees a need in our community. She going to run for governor. Well how and that's what I WANNA do things locally you know. So she is the. We've been married for forty years. She's the mother of six. She's the author of seven books. Nineteen grandkids two of our sons are in the seminary studying for the priesthood. For the diocese of Steubenville one is just weeks away from ordination. The Transitional Senate. They're both leaving today and tomorrow for their summer. Pastoral assignments were so proud of our Lord. You know because I didn't know that married life could be this much fun. I didn't know that spells. His could find friendship away. We have in just enjoy this much. Fun in a way that I never saw growing up but I mean it's God's fault and hers I just. I'm along for the ride but She is amazing so she is in her second term as councilman at large I'm encouraging her to at least consider the possibility of running for mayor. But that's only because she is already a kind of spiritual matriarch to the whole town of seventeen or eighteen thousand I o but she wanted me to pass along her greetings to you and the Bruce's well so thank you ten thousand. Thanks any final thoughts. Dr Han. Yeah I would just say this that Blow off the dust of the the sacred mysteries and recognize that the sacred deposit of faith that we share as Catholics in the creed. The twelve articles In the catechism which is sort of like a cluster of gems that I've never seen. I mean we just think that that's another and but we hadn't had a catechism from five hundred years and so this catechism is just a little more than a quarter of a century old and so I think it's high time that we recognize that. This is one of the single greatest treasures that will ever have for ourselves for our kids and for our grandkids as well. A little bit goes a long way just a little bit of reading of Scripture and a little bit of reading of the catechism. It connects the DOTS. Like digging a tunnel from both sides scripture on the one hand makes moat so much more sense when you read it in the lead of the catechism and the catechism likewise comes alive when you're scripture and a faithful and regular way useful. Well Yeah impre hoped to die the Christian meaning of death and the resurrection of the body and I will give you a faithful shot right in the arm right when we need it the most. It's the best back seen. I think that we could possibly have today better than the other ones are looking for. This is the vaccine. Thank you so much. Dr Scott Hon. You are most welcome Chris. God bless you and Bruce and everything. You're doing. Thank you Dr Scott Hahn. We've gone inside the pages of hope to die the Christian meaning of death and the resurrection of the body to learn more about this book or to obtain a copy to amaze road dot org website ports publisher Amass Road publishing or you can find it at any fine Catholic store to learn more about the Saint Paul Center for Biblical theology. Go to Saint Paul Center Dot Com to hear and or to download this conversation. Along with hundreds of others spiritual formation programs visit discerning hearts dot com or you can find it within the free discerning hearts app you can also view our conversation on the discerning hearts YouTube channel. This has been a production of discerning hearts. I'm your host Chris McGregor. You hope that this has been helpful for you that you will. I PRAY FOR OUR MISSION. And if you feel worthy consider a charitable donation which is fully tax deductible to help support our efforts.

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"paul center" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

09:45 min | 1 year ago

"paul center" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"Hahn we go inside the pages of hope to die the Christian meaning of death and the resurrection of the body published by Mace Road Publishing. Dr Han thank you so much for joining me. It's wonderful to be back together again. Even virtually it is so good to see your face. You know isn't that isn't thanks but OSCO L. Yeah I mean we're all Kinda hungry in but I think that in this particular situation where we find ourselves were recording this of course in the spring of twenty twenty that is being able to see others faces. Now it's a real gift isn't it? Is it really? Is You know in working on the new book. That just recently came and hope to die. I return to something that is so basic and yet so often neglected. That is our bodies. Adis aren't meant to be walls but bridges whereby we not only communicate with each other by skype or whatever but where we enter into a communion on this side of Eternity. And then something in estimated greater you know on the other side and I just think that you know. There's a certain ambivalence about our body especially as we face our mortality in especially in the face of this epidemic. And so it's something that the Christian faith is really meant to address and the fullness of the faith that we have as Catholics it of doing it like nothing I mean for me to live is Christ from to die is gain. What is that all about? Saint Paul but it's all Abou- The fact that our faith is not reducible to the articles of the apostles creed as awesome as they are in those are signs at point us to something so so much more glorious than what I can conceptualize or imagine. It's a it the timing on. This is extraordinary. It's like the perfect book for this particular time. Not just because of the pandemic and yes there are and I'm sure we'll talk about this. There are those fears. We now are facing that. I don't think we've ever faced quite like this on a global scale but there's you know it goes back to what do we leave and you know right before. This happened months months before this all happened. We were seen studies. Weren't we Dr Han? Were they? Were saying People don't even believe in the real presence of Jesus in the Eucharist anymore. I read constitutes a serious crisis of faith and yet I think it's also something that we ought to recognize as kind of goes with the territory of a secularized culture. I remember when I came into the church. Way Back in nineteen eighty six on my doctor. Wolf showed me a study that was published one year earlier and the results were disturbing thirty percent. Believe in the real presence seventy percent don't and so when the study came out last year was sort of like still seriously come on. We've got gotta do better than this. And so the Saint Paul Center. We launched the real presence project but I was already about a year into this other project on hope to die the Christian meaning of death and the Resurrection Body. And so it just struck me as quite timely. We all know faith. Hope and love you know. These are the three illogical virtues there super naturally infused you know and we always hear about faith we always hear about love but Kinda see hope as the Cinderella stepsister know the stepdaughter of those three virtues and when we hear hope we associated with winning the lottery or winning the world series. You know but that is sort of what we mean by presumption you know at the other. Danger of course is despair and hope is what steers that middle course between presumption on the one hand and despair on the other and it's a lot more than winning the lottery. It's winning Eternal Glory. But it's so solidly grounded in the facts in the realities of what constitute our faith and what lead us to love. God above all things to recognize that when Christ died he didn't lose his life. He made his life a gift of love and so he turned his death into a prayer into a sacrifice not just an execution. It wasn't just then in there for him. It was here now for US I. I can't help but wonder if The traditional Catholic longing for a holy death has itself died. At least for many Catholics that this life is practically all there is at least the way we think in the way we live when act we remind ourselves that the mortality rate is a hundred percent in all. Nobody's going out of here. Alive and yet the immortality rate is one hundred percent and so everybody who ever lived and then died still lives in one state or another. You Know Grace that leads to glory or disgrace. That leads to something terrible and so in a certain sense. It's just sort of sanctified common sense for us to step back and say oh wait you there is life that's natural but there's another life that supernatural. It is much more valuable and yet also much more vulnerable and so wait you know. We have to avoid the pandemic. We have to socially distance. You know all of that but wait a minute. We've got a spiritually distance from mortal sin and from the occasions of Sam. You know an data is just a good athlete supernatural medical plan and to not do it in a certain sense is to subvert the very things we say we believe. I'm so glad that this book came out and hope to die because what it does it it on first blush. You might think that it's just about death but it's more about why why we exist. It is the great it. It's it answers that the bigger question of what is life and since you already brought up the Eucharist. I'd like to tie those two things because I think they're more closely united than most of us are aware. You know when you think of the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist. What we mean is his body blood soul and divinity but what do we mean when we profess that it is body? What body is well? We know that he has only one body the body that he got from the blessed Virgin Mary but when we identified that it's the same body that was in the upper room on holy Thursday Institute of the Eucharist transforming the bread into his body. It's the same body it was hanging on the cross the next and Good Friday and obviously it's the same bought. It was buried in the tomb on holy Saturday. But what we forget is that the Eucharist really is the sacrament of the resurrection. That grace body exists in that. The resurrection was more than a resuscitation. Like it was for Lazarus or gyrus daughter. It's more than just an empty tomb. If more than just what I? Witnesses could relate it's more than the fulfillment of prophecy In accordance with the Scripture on the third day you know it really is the dividends Ation of Jesus sacred humanity which was ours and so his ascension into glory doesn't simply tuck his humanity safely away so that pilot can't arrest him and you know execute him again. Though the deification of his sacred humanity is for our sake because it doesn't add anything to the eternal son of God but when he becomes the son of man he downloads all of his divinity into the human race but into his own human form so that the Holy Spirit empowers mortal men to transform earthly matter. Bread and wine into Christ resurrected body. You don't realize that the Holy Spirit has made Jesus resurrected and glorified humanity communicable in holy communion edible and get it so different than all of the other food that we consume because when we consume the word carnage. Jesus in his rhetoric glory. You know we're not just assimilating. His body to hours the way we do with a hamburger a salad or really allowing him to assimilate our mortal bodies to his immortal Laura fide body so that he will in fact fulfill that promise that he gave to the disciples one year earlier John. Six IN THE BREAD OF LIFE DISCOURSE. He said he eats my flesh and drinks my blood. I will raise up on the last day. So you know the Eucharist on the one hand is what transformed the execution. There was sacrifice. You know if the Eucharist just a meal then calvert is just an execution but if it is where. Jesus sacrifices initiated them. Calvary is where it's consummated but the sacrifice really becomes the blessed sacrament on Easter Sunday and we are Easter People. You know and even in the midst of this pandemic in quarantine in social distance up. I'm reminded of what my daughter said to me. A couple of weeks ago on the phone we were just kind of thing and she said You know Dad. I realize how much I have taken the mass for granted. And I'm going to try to do it differently. You know. Approach the Holy. Sacrifice of the mass. The next time for the rest of my life.

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"For you. Let us turn now to our Lord and ask him for the grace to live out the vocation that he has called us to pursue in the name of the father and of the Holy Spirit. Amen Lord Jesus. We know that you give us your power to be transformed to become like you and yet so often we have a minimalistic understanding of what it means to be Catholic. We think in reductivist terms simply avoiding mortal sin because we just want to get out of hell helpless lord to understand. Salvation is about so much more than that. Help us to pray. Help us to live in such a way that we are conformed to your image and empowered to live like you in the world for Your Glory. So that all may come to recognize is that you are the Lord Lord and the king of kings regardless of who is in the White House next year regardless of who sits in the state legislature. Lord we recognize Jesus Christ is Lord name of the father under the sun and of the Holy Spirit Amen. This concludes the Gospel of Divine Mercy. Conference Talk Grace as divine mercy in Saint Paul Presented by Dr Michael Barber Fellow of the Saint Paul Center for Biblical theology. Learn more about the work of the Saint Paul Center and to access this extensive archive of resources on scripture. The sacraments sacred liturgies and much more visit their website. Saint Paul Center Dot Com. The turning hearts like to thank Dr Scott Hahn and all those associated with the Saint Paul Center for the opportunity to bring you this presentation. Discerning Hearts is a nonprofit. Kathak media postulate dedicated to spiritual formation to hear and or to download freely hundreds of other programs dedicated to spiritual formation visit discerning hearts dot com. We pray this has been helpful for you and that you will tell a friend and visit. Discerning.

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04:36 min | 1 year ago

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"Treat them like a tax collector does not mean be rude to them. Tax Collectors are here truly. I say to you whatever you bind on Earth. And He's speaking now specifically to the disciples and Apostolic Ministry. Whatever you bind on her. She'll be bound in heaven. And whatever you loose on her Chubby Lewiston Evan. Again I say to you if two of you agree on Earth about anything they ask it will be done for them by my father in heaven. What's the context here forgiveness? Forgive this to agree on anything. You're asking for forgiveness and resolution the conflict. It's not like if two of you agree on anything. Oh Okay we agree that we both need a porch for two or three are gathered in my name there. I am in the midst of them then. Peter came up and he said the Lord how often show I show my brother's sin against me and I forgive him as many as seven times to keep forgiving. How many times now? Here's Peter he is going to be the head of the church. Jesus has already identified him as the Rock. Here's Peter the first pope. How many times does the vicar of Christ on Earth to forgive? How many times do the apostles have to forgive the sins of others? Seven Times says do not say to you seven times but seventy times seven which is a symbolic number for innumerable amounts of times. Jesus took the tax collectors in the centers to Peter's House in the church. That's where we are in the House of Peter and this year. Peter has declared for us the year of mercy. Peter Pope Francis as Catholics. We live in his house. He's put over the house like Eliakim. In the Old Testament it was given the keys of the Kingdom of David. He was put over the house. Jesus invites us to the church. He invites us to Peter's house where we can experience his miracles of mercy at table with him. Jesus reaches out to us and he invites us to that table. Remember remember what Jesus does to bar to me is sitting by the road. Who's looking for mercy? Jesus sends his disciples to bring him. Jesus sends us to go out and bring others to Peter's House. We need to go out. My brothers and sisters invite others to return to us to the sacraments to return with us to the sacraments because here the power of Christ is made present. What was visible in the sacraments? Sorry what was visible in the miracles of Jesus is now meeting invisibly present in the sacraments and yet that power comes to us and brings an expectation the now we can be transformed and we can forgive others and we can give of ourselves to help others forgive others yes. Forgive their debts but also to help others in their needs. This concludes the Gospel of Divine Mercy. Conference Talk Three presented by Dr Michael Barber Fellow of the Saint Paul Center for Biblical theology to learn more about the work of the Saint Paul Center and to access this extensive archive of resources on scripture. The sacraments sacred liturgies and much more visit their website. Saint Paul Center Dot Com discerning. Hearts like to thank Dr Scott Hahn and all those associated with the Saint Paul Center for the opportunity to bring you this presentation. Discerning Hearts is a nonprofit Catholic media postulate dedicated to spiritual formation to hear and or to download freely hundreds of other programs dedicated to spiritual formation visit discerning hearts dot com pray. This has been helpful for you and that you will tell a friend and visit discerning hearts DOT.

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10:47 min | 1 year ago

"paul center" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"Embraces the sun the sun his little canned speech that he's been preparing the whole time back. You know exactly what he's going to say I'm not worthy please just serving etc. Father is having any of it restores into son ship. They have a big feast a Toyota a Thanksgiving sacrifice. Perhaps in and so the sun is restored but but observe what happened there. It was the restoration of family relationship. The Sun came back and he was restored a son now again in our culture if we told a parable about mercy modern. American might want to say. Oh yeah so. The Sun came back in the five said. Oh you're back. Here's some more cash going off and having other good time. Oh thanks POPs goes off for more riotous living. That's what American culture wants more cash. That's mercy that was Mercy Mercy K. Giving folks cash that they can go off and be separate something like that. That's not mercy. God's mercy draws to him God's mercy dress us both to him into each other in it restores family bonds. So how do we live out? This year of mercy. Mercy ought to be all about strengthening marriage because marriage is a covenant strengthening marriage bonds strengthening family bonds. It ought to be about evangelization because evangelisation is inviting. People into the family in mercy is inviting people into the Covenant knows what is all about in mercy is all about that Covenant Bond Familiar Bond and confession and this is why Pope Francis has placed reconciliation or the sacrament of confession at the center of the Year of mercy and earnestly urged us all to make use of it frequently and called on diocese to practice things like twenty four hour confession in all. The churches and many diocese have done things like that. So confession which reconciles children back into the family. Because God's mercy is all about restoring Famille bonds just going to close with a little story about how this has been pertinent. My own life some years ago. I read the pope's exhortation the joy of the Gospel on evangelization and I was really touched to the heart reading that One of the things. The pope said in there is that he wanted a solace Catholics to get out of our comfort zone to go out and share the Gospel. And then I thought to myself as I was reading that and like well you know. That doesn't really apply to me. Because I'm a professional academic and teaching people about God's word all the time you know and so that's that's what I'm contributing to mention and then a couple of lines later. The pope said and I know that professionals in academics will not want to get out of their comfort zone. And I call on those people especially like Oh man you know he nailed me. So it's like I need to get out of my. So one of one of my former students is involved in Saint Paul Street evangelization. He's one of the national coordinators for that Apostolate. Very proud of him. He's done a great job. And this is not heard of Saint Paul Street evangelization. It's a Catholic apostolate that operates by going to Street corners or going to farmers markets or other places where people are milling around. And there's a lot of foot traffic and they set up a table and pass out. Rose reason holy cards and rack this metal so just try to strike up conversations with people and share the Catholic faith and many many people have been converted through these conversations. And it's really renewed the life of parishes and sometimes whole diocese and it's been really exciting so I saw him doing that and that really appealed to me because I cut my teeth doing door to door vandalism as a Protestant pastor back in the day and I still got that bug in my blood and I thought this is. This is a great way to do. It was a process and pastor was easy. Just knock on people's doors and say hi. I'm John from the local church down there and what's your name gets know them. Well the high passer John. Thing didn't work anymore after became Catholic so like I have to have different. Mo So the you know the saying hi. I'm John would you like a free rosary? That was my new my new way into it and so we started doing that so many many times. You've gone out with students going into Pittsburgh we've done this and pits in Steubenville. The last weekend is past weekend there was a Steubenville Home Fest City Festival and I was really tired. Didn't want to go out. But just I heard God's voice saying just just go be faithful and trust get out get out of your comfort zone. See I like to be something big. You know. I like it when people call me. Doctor Professor being out there on a street corner unprotected and nobody knows who I am but anyway it was good so we went out and had some friends from church. Put up some tables. Set up some rosaries. One of the first people came by was a was a young mom with a couple of kids said. Hey We'd like a free rosary. She came the took rosaries. We talked you know had some pleasantries and stuff and then they moved off and then other people came by and we had a lot of what I like to call divine appointment on that day and that was that was really nice but I want to the one that I wanted to share with us toward the end of the day that mom came back and she approached us and she was looking at what she's doing she came up and started talking to us and she said you know. I was here earlier in. Got Some rosiest for my kids and I couldn't stick around because a four year old was running off and so on but I'm coming back and you got the sign there that says do you need prayer and I just want to let you guys know. I came into the Catholic Church six years ago. But since then it's been so hard for me to just get myself motivated to get up and get to mass every Sunday morning. So would you pray for me that I would have the strength to get back to mass and we said absolutely pray de mind praying right now. She said no so. The three of US stood there. We lifted up. Our hearts Tagami prayed right there that she had the grace and after the prayer she smiled and we said Nice to meet you so and she went off and I gotTa Trust. Those prayers were answered. But that is God's mercy at work you see when she went down to the Steubenville festival that morning that was probably the last place she was expecting to see any kind of reminder of the Catholic Faith K. But God had other plans in was moving on the heart of a buddy of mine and me and some others and we came and we were there and we're trying to be faithful to him and there she comes and there's a reminder of God's mercy of God's Family of God's covenant that she had entered and she was able to take advantage of that in her heart was open and she was open because our hearts to be open to receive God's mercy and be having an open heart she came. We're able to pray. And God's mercy is active and I got to trust that are Be answered and he will give her the grace that she needs to come back. But that is the mercy of God. What is the mercy God? It's his covenant faithfulness. And what are we supposed to do this? Year of mercy strengthen those bonds in our own family in the family which is the church. Call people back. That's what we're to do. Let's pray now and the father and the son and the Holy Spirit Amen heavenly father we just give thanks to you. Because Your mercy endures forever you are always faithful to your covenant Lord Be Faithful to your covenant to us. We know that you are in this year of mercy. Help us to experience your divine mercy and into no and be confident that through the sacraments all the wrong that we have done all the covenant breaking that we have done has been wiped away also Laura give us the courage to get out of our comfort zones and to go into invite those who have yet to taste what it what it means to be part of the family of God. Help us to invite them in or to invite them back in. May their hearts be open? May you be preparing for us even now divine appointments for each one of us to invite back family members friends or persons that we've never even met but just haven't chance encounter with to taste the fullness of being in your family we ask this through. Christ our Lord Amen in the Father Son Holy Spirit. Amen This Concludes The Gospel of Divine Mercy. Conference talked to mercy in Psalms presented by Dr John Berkman Fellow of the Saint Paul Center for Biblical theology. 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"Decrease all the predictions accurate that in some of the parts of the country that were hardest hit especially New York there we're gonna start seeing a reduction are we seeing the peak you know many of the models with an Easter Sunday is this weekend folks this Sunday and a lot of the models had said the peak was going to be believe it or not Easter Sunday welcome back to Schmidt told the famous people that have contracted corona virus or the famous people that have died from coronavirus the lesser being kept as you know as morbid as it is if you do a Google search you'll find both lists online from various sources out there and my question is how many famous people have corona virus that I have not reported it or told the world on social media or had their publicists say it or the story hasn't gotten out it has a leaked out I wonder how many celebrities are well and individuals have it and they just don't want people to know they have it or they had it and that the recovery now as far as the the list of famous folks that contracted corona virus that we know about and I've got sort of a running list here we've got Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson and of course they have since recovered rand Paul center rand Paul from Kentucky contracted coronavirus Santa has recovered I told you yesterday he's volunteering at a hospital in Kentucky prince Charles contracted coronavirus prince Albert the second of Monaco.

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"Clothes he said the people take their warn up. Close go down to a place which has water often river and wash their clothes on rocks then he said think about America we have people who get rid of their clothes perfectly good close because they're no longer in style you want to say we're not rich. He said those Tanzania from what he saw must chase away rats in America. We want to win the race in America. The way of life that is pressed up on us is get the most. Get it the fastest and keep it the longest. That's pretty much the American dream even when people die what happens. I'll tell you what I've seen not in every case. But I want the best casket and I want the finest funeral. Nothing wrong with a nice casket. Nothing wrong with a nice funeral but once again we have to make sure that priorities are in the right place. We have reached a time in our culture. We're food clothing and shelter those three basic necessities that Jesus talked about in places like the sermon on the mount for many. They're not enough our culture. We look at it. It tells us to get to climb to aspire to strive to be the person who has the top job and the best position. There's nothing wrong in trying to do a good job. There's nothing wrong and trying to be the best that we can be but there is something wrong if as we go through life and we tried to do the best job that we can. We start looking at this world as really our home. It's very easy to realize that the things taught about in scripture as far as the giving and the sharing and the focusing on the afterlife sometimes. Those matters gift aside pushed aside. They're not the American dream. This man as he looked at the people in Tanzania he saw people who had homes that were mud huts. They couldn't afford better homes as he thought about what life is like in America. He said we have people here who live and better homes and they can afford and sometimes they don't have just one home they have two or more how many of us had heard someone talk about their dream house. We have built. We're going to build our greenhouse. What's again nothing wrong with building a house? Nothing wrong with building a house that we really like nothing wrong with building a house for a long time but there is something wrong if we think of our dream house in the sense that the world thinks that there is a devilish hook which is so carefully concealed. Second Peter Chapter Two verse fourteen then in one way or the other with begin to focus our minds more on this world than Christ and our spiritual life. This man is. He looked around. He saw people who were dying by the age of forty because the poor medical care here as you thought about life. He said a lot of people die by fifty because of one and heart disease. That's one more illustration of justice. We look at our country. How fortunate how blessed we are last Wednesday. If you were here when the announcements were made I ask you. If you would pray for man preaching Terry who lives in the southern state it would still be good to pray for Terry this morning though I want to. I want to tell you a little bit more about his case Terry was taken to a hospital and it wasn't just a hospital. Cheri was taken to a teaching hospital. As it was in this teaching hospital there were a number of different doctors and specialists who came to see him. He's had a myriad of tests they did an MRI. The did a CAT SCAN. They did an eeg and who knows what else with about people who go to the hospital. Someone who has a serious condition like here? The doctors may converge the doctor stream in and all the tests are ordered. People are scurrying about the first thing that comes to mind is what are the results of the test. Positive negative or do not know anything yet after we get the results from the tests usually the mind goes towards treatment options. What are our choices? Is there any treatment after everything is set down? Then we'd probably start thinking about cost. How much is it going to cost me? Imagine living in a culture where you don't have all those doctors imagine living in a culture where you don't have those great specialists and those medicines. There is no Teaching Hospital. Maybe there's not even hospital no advanced tests even if there were significant medical care the could use. You can't afford it. Because of the cost America as we look at our country it is a country. We live in a time. Which in so many ways has spoiled us. We want the best. We expect the best and some are angry if they don't get the best right now as you look at what's taking place in. Our country is no secret to anybody that we have some people who are putting their names for their candidacies for to be our next president some of the campaign promises that we hear being thrown around right now involve the word free to one degree or another free healthcare or free college or free something else life in America. And this is a generalization. But it's a good generalization. Life in America is so rich so prosperous so easy and so pleasant our culture on literally. Every hand scream. Saddest Day in and day out. Make this world your home. This is the best place to be. People are literally dying into your country if we are not beyond grateful every single day to the God of Heaven and earth. I hope that you'll lead today. And every day say to God you have blessed US beyond measure. Thank you God for every single thing the preachers you looked at the people in Tanzania. He found individuals. They don't have indoor plumbing when they need to get cleaned. They strip off all the clothing. Legal down to the river and they've made naked in the rivers. What's life like in America here? People almost always have indoor plumbing and some of them trying to run around naked in public would think that if God has blessed eight people with sufficient clothing to be modest. They'd have the good sense to use it but that's not always find in America being able to have an wear modest clothing but not doing. That's got to be a great insult ago. Those intensity are thrilled to have clothing. Which has no on which had no unsightly holes free from holes but you know when we look at our country. What are we find here? We find that there are people who will not. Sometimes we're clothing because it is not the right color it doesn't have the right name or because it lacks a certain accessory if people do not get the brand or the style of type of clothing they want. They may one of us are rich. Way of life is one which easily fuels and attitude of gratitude. The man is looking tens Aena. He said the kids over there and sit through a two hour service to our servicing quietness thought about some of the scene. In America. He's visited enough places to know that there are congregations where kids can't sit more for more than ten minutes before having to get up and do something. The BIBLE SAYS TRAIN UP A CHILD. Proverbs Chapter Twenty Two and I twenty six and yet as we'll look at our country there are people who somehow seem to think that's unnecessary as this man went overseas. And look to the people in Tanzania. He said I saw people who have little and not only do they have little want little but often. What's the hook for us? You have more want more get more and more and more that maybe the aware that maybe the American way the Paul Center for some of the chapter six versus seven and eight. We brought nothing into this world. And we're not willing to take anything the preaching that was done over there. This man said that they just want you to continue to preach and preach. He noted how they wanted to extra preaching service each night. He found people who hungered and Thurston after Righteousness Matthew Five and for six as we look at our culture though hooks of materialism of all kinds of things have in many ways.

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09:01 min | 1 year ago

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"And the word was with God word was God and then we had a chance. We have a chance to discover a few verses later and the word became flesh and lived for awhile among us. Jesus the very word of God speaks the word into our lives. So all these images they go below the surface they dig down beneath the surface more than simply hearing it more than simply reading where we allow we create. We make the space for God to do his work in our lives. It involves this thing. We call might call reflection or meditation so meditation. I want to say this to you. It's a focused reflection. It's a focused reflection. Some of the images you think might have a crock pot. You put stuff in the morning and turned up and then it just cooks all day long just cooks through and so when you walk in the door in the evening you walk in you smell. Oh man that's good all that's good. Some of you may have been at this morning. Put something in the Crock Pot. So we'll be ready for when you get home at your lunch right. You're going to go home and eat something better. Slow cooking meditation. Reflection is but there's another image it's my favourite and not everybody's but it's this. That's Betsy Betsy is a cal and if you look seen pictures or videos of cows what are they doing a lot of times. They're chewing the right word for that. Is called Ruminate Rumination now apparently I'm not an agricultural guy but apparently cows cannot digest well though the stuff in in grass so they add to kind of work on it over time right. I was just to you that. That's exactly what meditation is so instead of having something in the crock pot cooking all day. You're be careful here. You're like a cow. You're like a cow that is suing. It's cut throughout the day. You bring it back up chewing on a while. That's okay. It's okay to say that but it's a very vinit. Vehbi vivid image of what meditation on Scripture is. See Meditation is not like Yoga your emptying your mind biblical. Meditation is exactly the opposite. Where you're filling your mind with the word of God now with a chapter of the verse a Word or a verse or something small you can reflect on you can meditate on. I WANNA share with you a tool a specific tool of how to meditate on scripture. And this is I want to share with you. It's called Alexio Davina. Maybe you've heard of this before. The word is Latin and it simply means divine reading or spiritual. Reading method has been around for probably at least over fifteen hundred years. So it's it's a way that early probably early priests and monks. They developed this and it consists of four movements. And it's simply this that the Latin words in the left and then kind of not necessarily they're not necessarily the translation but more kind of what we mean by it. So the first movement is Lex you read. So you had a passive scripts against short passage of verse. Maybe and you read it and read over and over and over again you feel your mind with it then you move into this second one. That's called Meta Tatsu and that's where you reflect on it and then the third movement is called a Rossio and that's where you think of that word. The word oral in their conversation. That's where you converse with God. That's where explicitly comes into it. Got What do you have for me here in this passage of Scripture? And as you spend some time in that then you move this this last. I hesitate to call steps because not necessary steps but this Fourth Movement of contemplate CEO which is rest you simply in silence. Rest if you're thinking and think of this in terms of a thing about metaphor in terms of a meal you think that the first movement Lexi Oh as is when the meal is put on put in front of you and you're looking at it and you're admiring it. Wow this is great. You go to a steakhouse and they give you this wonderful salads this beautiful steak a big old baked potato here and maybe some green stuff around there. If you're into that but you have all this. You're contemplating just use your enjoying it and you're watching. What am I going to eat first? And then you move and you think of the reflects that's when you begin to actually bite into it and you cut into it and you you you spend time thinking about the flavors and the texture and enjoy it and then you think of moving this about responding. You remember that you're not here by yourself that you're you're in this conversation with other people around the table and finally you're done and you sit back you push back from the table and you just in silence enjoy rest. These are four movements of this practice. Called Alexia Davina. Now some people may say that sounds awfully Catholic to me. You could probably say that but I going to be honest with you back. In fifteen years ago there was no Catholic Church. It was just the church and they happen to be the ones who kept this practice alive so I for one. I'm very very grateful to them for this. And some of you may think this sounds awful. Subjective Ed and there's no not really digging early studying it will you're right. That's not what this is about. And sometimes as you're going through this process this this practice there's going to be questions that pop up. That are more studying kind of questions. And what you'RE GONNA do you. GonNa say that's a great question and you're GonNa send it over here and you get back to the text. You're inviting the Holy Spirit to work for a few moments in this process as you reflect and meditate on God's word now I want to share with you personally. This worked for me visit practice. It has has worked for ME OVER OVER OVER. The course of you know many many times. I've practiced this so I wanNA offer it to you as a possible tool for your own toolbox as meditating on God's work so this is something I've never done before here right now. We're actually GONNA practice this so if you've got a connection. Guide or journal or anything you get with you. I invite you to get that out. Have it in front of you if you have a pen? Snag it and we're going to walk to this just refu- moments this morning in a very very abbreviated form. We're going to walk through this four movement practice of Alexio Davina spiritual reading. Now you can use this method in anything you reading now most Steph. You probably won't want to and that's okay but this is designed to read with God in mind and inviting him into this process so I want to spend just a few moments doing that and we're going to wrap up my time this morning teaching time with this so the Texan. I've chosen for us. Morning is from Colossians Paul Center the Colosseum Church chapter three the first two versus and this is what it is and so what we started. The first thing we're going to do is going to read it together. But I WANNA I wanNA pray to start to start this practice together and then we're going to walk this and maybe learn some things to go through it. Lord thank you for being present with us this morning. Thank you for me. A God who speaks and through the words and reflect on the words of Samuel The prophet and the Old Testament Speak Lord for your servants are listening as we think about this first movement of reading. Read to this past these two verses several times slowly reflectively since then you've been raised with Christ set your hearts on things above where Christ is seated at the right hand of God. Set your mind on things above not on earthly things. Just read it through a few times.

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06:10 min | 1 year ago

"paul center" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

"Describable drivable. That's kind of a word. Talking about here is very another aspect of it is so the magnitude. I've had reason to have this discussion before somebody came along and dumped a billion as on the floor. Or if they ask you describe to me what it would look like to see a building of anything. We can't oftentimes arm is around eight magnitude and that great. What when you add up everything that God has given us the problem? I think you're going back to the Carolina sunset. There you can say well. It looks like it's going from all the way the east of the West and you can give a number of different descriptions so the person missile sorta has a general sense of what's being described but at the end of the day you're still so far short that you're never going to fully grasp but he showed them a of youthful sunset sunrise. Either one it doesn't even completely incomplete. Cover Yeah Yeah. And that's why some of the songs that we sing talks about the love of God and is trying to say eternal is so far off the chart and scale. It's unbelievable believable. Martyred I was when she said. Take a picture of a you. Can you describe it the rocky mountains the Canadian rockies the Alps you can see those and take pictures of that. There's no way you can ever use can't convey day or the ocean waves coming in and talk about eternal waves and I suspect and I've mentioned this a few times a class before but features three says that God uses the church to teach angel something and I thought about that a lot over the years and my thinking is that it's like watching a master craftsman. You can watch him and he's he's doing one after another different projects and you kind of know what he's doing you know he's always making whatever but each time you look and you think how do you do that and you never get tired of watching because it is so amazing. And that's the God that we serve is. The world has gone through several several generations. He's helped some people brought some people up. Lifted some people down given great gifts to people and the angels never tire of watching and in some respects must be true for us attorney. We'll be able to watch and learn and grow and it will be amazing woman. Six twenty only three ball said the wages of his wife death but the free gift. There's our word. The Free Gift of God is Eternal Life so God has given us a marvelous gift but that gift is in Christ we must be in the right spot in general when you look at the word or the gift in the by the winner of three senses. We've already touched all three of these tonight number one. Guess between people we see that tonight as far as what's happened today and throughout the year we also think about spiritual or sacrificial official gifts to God and then as we talked about as well there are some of God's gifts to man. What were the guests brought to? Jesus Anybody Remember from Matthew Chapter and Verse Eleven Frankencense Moore and number three was gold gifts the used illustrate the timeliness gifts. This why do you think they brought the gifts and I don't mean necessarily from their standpoint but from what standpoint later fled to Egypt out that was probably are they were able to go because of those. It wasn't going to be a free trip. That was going to have to be funded somehow in house so providence. They show up at the right time. Exactly the right time they get the gifts and they're able to use that. We believe to ensure safety away. That's a good example for us. God's gifts they are things that God intends I used. Some people want to be harder so forth. That's not what you find in scripture and use those in a good way and sometimes God will provide in just the nick of time where we need number thirty seven. What should be or are some of our sacrificial? Yes got all right. That's GONNA be one time. I think that's going to have to be another God hearing him. Remember Paul Center almost twelve and I one of their for reading by the merchants of Godparents sent your body say what kind of sacrifice a living sacrifice. So here's my body auty got. Here's my time here. My okay say but left. That goes along very very well here. Am I send me. So they're back there in Isaiah chapter six. He's gotta use his talents right. If he's going to be free she got. I'm ready to go so our time. Our talent our lives if you want to be accepted God what's required Matthew. Five twenty three and twenty four remember. Jesus talked about if you're going to go to worship and you've got something against somebody what do you do all right. You leave your gift there so WanNa make sure that To have our gifts accepted by God. We're in a right relationship with him and we're in a relationship with his people and then we have is a closing verse. James Chapter one and verse seventeen. Nobody James says every what every good and perfect gift comes from Santa Claus Right. No where's it. Come from every good and perfect gift comes from God. The father of lights and that is true. We've listed several those tonight and we want to be mindful of those and appreciate..

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"paul center" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"paul center" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Marquess assure John Barry are ESPN radio crew courtside at the oracle in Oakland. Kenneth farid. What a pickup he's been for Houston at the line. First of two good, Houston, seventy Golden State, sixty six. Using no time with Brooklyn release. He's now four for eight three point shooting with the rockets had been to for twenty in the first six years of his career. He misses the second free throw. So four point lead for the rockets Durant against furry passes out to Green Left side. Cousins hill square for three audits way pops out. No good. Parites got the rebound for Houston gives it to Paul center of the floor picked up by curry at the three point line less than eight minutes to go in the third using a screen had it knocked away by cousins he's been up past defense expansion. Great plays defensively. Downcourt curry into the corner. Open Thompson Klay straight through. Stayed with. It was tough on the break. And you wanna say get back in the pain. Stop the layup. Where's run for threes? Seventy to sixty nine Golden State to man game. Gordon, cappella, Eric, no tap. No cappella who's called for over the back loose ball foul and Capellas four that's four on Capello. The job by cousins right there boxing. Demarcus cousins DeMarcus he struggled on offense event tonight, but not defensively especially in the third quarter as it leaves two or three steals. A couple of blocks one thought maybe a third block called for fowl. Here's curry circling. The lane finds green lower box traffic down low laptop there, but boogie cousins other weakside tips at home. Golden State has taken the lead for the second time tonight, seventy one to seventy get loud. At the oracle bears are run by Tucker. Three sixty layup. Try no good. Got it back on the wing goes to Paul up top left side, Gordon triggers three and connects Houston back in front. Got a technical foul on cousins. Sure, I think this is from previous places what really that play. They're really having affect on that play. But he unhappy about the block he had that was Paul the foul on for a couple of possessions ago that was the fifth technical DeMarcus cousins, who's only played thirteen games. Chris Paul technical free throw in one of those came way back in October. I think it was Scott false thrown out. Eat him up at a Knicks game. Right. And he was wonderful. Close. So the technical free throw good. Chris Paul three point rocky leading a timeout here in Oakland. Six fifty six to go third quarter rockets seventy four warriors seventy one. You're listening to the NBA on ESPN radio and the ESPN app presented by indie. Uber has been doing a ton of great things this last year and Uber rewards is.

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"paul center" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"paul center" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"The Paul center for biology of ageing. He's fifty at Harvard University. He doesn't like fifty does. I know his brothers gray and everything, but he takes these drugs, and they just keep them really young fucking nuts at his Connecticut or not good. He has heart diseases family and everything else. But and he talks about medicine like we talked about medicine, but it's a molecule. Well, no know, you want what you want us to be bust health until you're one hundred that would be nice. Will you wanna do you wanna you wanna be robust healthier one hundred? So even if you're died one hundred you're still living, you feel life. You feel good. You don't want to be on your bed. When you're and that's that's aging is a disease that's talks about really fucking m m I'm going to look stuff. I'm excited about it. I know I was to rewind the clock. Harvard Medical School will whatever Jlo's they've discovered a way to reverse vascular aging by boosting the response to whatever it is. To harvard. He's at Harvard at Harvard never heard of it teaches he's talking about that. He goes, I'm the doctors worst nightmare because I teach doctors. So when they give my test. I'm like, I know, but this is not what I'm teaching. Look at this. They've restored vessel growth and mice and nerve growth. And he said this shit is happening so much faster than he thought why their governments and countries that are full bore on this show, China's China. They don't wait. The problem is they're trying to do it with certain they might be doing it with certain bacteria viruses. That's the next decade wipe out to the next. You got to figure out a way to get a hold of the flu. We're all scary. Some current events surely chin cat, would you guys? Do this weekend cat. You just worked like a motherfucker work. We're still that's rehearsals going well ones though wants to play this weekend. Oh what day Friday Saturday and Sunday. I'm in San Diego. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, come see me at the American comedy club. How about something? What about what time on Sunday to? Yeah. I'd have to drive back. I do it. Where is it? It's cam. But it's weird. I wasn't even able to get tickets. It's like weird sign up, and we buy tickets or no, no, it's it's free. But it's like on a weightless. I dunno. I couldn't even get my boyfriend. And you're in it. Yeah. Where is Cam. It's right across from USC. It's the California African American museum. To that. I think I drive right by there from back from San Diego. Oh, cool. You're not going. So why are you bullshitting cat? I'm a celebrity. I'll just go in and go. Hey, guys. I know this way list, but have you seen phase? An actor Jonah. I was going to go on Friday or Saturday. We can't go now. I guess not. I didn't even know about it. They told us after the fact that they had people signed up ready to hang on love play Thursday American comedy club Friday, Saturday at.

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"paul center" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"paul center" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"One thousand nine hundred seventy seven to eighty four and will become the ninth player in bucks history to have his number retired quite an upset in Madison yesterday the badgers knocking off the number two ranked Michigan wolverines sixty four to fifty four. Simpson and the Wisconsin badgers. Paul center today. Onto the badgers. Give michigan. I was of the season sixty four four Wisconsin. The michigan. Wolverines the badges now improving their record to twelve and six this afternoon at Pfizer form, the Milwaukee. Rather the Marquette men hosting providence market men hosting providence. That's an eleven o'clock tip off, and you can hear it all on ninety four point five ESPN FM. Meanwhile, a two pm the market women hosting Saint John's that's at the L McGuire center in college hockey, the badgers take to the ice in Chicago tonight against Notre Dame. The admirals are in Chicago as well to face the wolves in American Hockey League action last night, the admiral's falling to the Griffin's Grand Rapids by a final score of three to nothing. It's conference championships. Sunday in the NFL, I up the Rams and saints battle in New Orleans. Sean McVeigh feeling pretty good about his team right now. Most Portland, I think our teams in a good place. You know, we had a little bit of a lull there where everybody was ready to press the panic button except for everybody in this building. And so it goes later, it's the patriots and chiefs in Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid says let's not over think this right now. You've just to prepare for what you're saying. You're not gonna make things up and.

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"paul center" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

Leadership and Loyalty

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"paul center" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

"Professional mastery course, one of the questions, we asked of is in a in a very intense format is why are you here? We asked that question over and over and over for for several minutes. I people that are quite mature who breakdown and a weeping or other ones where the actually just are like a deer in headlights. They don't know how to answer it because they've never asked the question they've been so busy being busy. They haven't gone to the deep area about, you know, why am I here? You know, what's my purpose months? What's my reason for being and then out of that leads all the different works all of different pathways? That has never been more opportunities to realize your purpose in this world than now, which is actually the opposite side of that the for the purpose work. I do is. Because there are so many choices if I don't get anchor to my purpose. I can get confused. I can get overwhelmed. I there's a thing I teach around our values assessment where. I don't believe in situational. What I call situational choices. There are so many choices. There's forty thousand job titles in the US and Canada. Now, there wasn't that many two hundred years ago. So what if I could make what if I knew what my purpose was what if I knew what my core what we call behavioral values were would if I filtered those decisions everything in my life around those core values now, I don't get to decide what they are you decide in what makes value important. You you do. And so this is all in the quest for purpose book where I talk about those core values determine those have you done that work. We get clear about what those core values are. So and when we talk about behavioral values values for me would be like independence responsibility challenge of variety in. So when I look at my job, my rule is that represented in the traces, I'm gonna make or example, as let's say one of our values tranquility will working in to a Paul center where it's a credit collection. Probably is not that idea if you wanna be a lack of conflict. So now sudden I can line my choices intentional deliberately together. Easy, not easy peasy. But it's way simpler, when you know that you know, that you know, the confusion is really hard to make good decisions around it. So you are you're working clarity. You're so right. We with the most distracted we've ever been. And if when not grounded in what up is what values it's it's so easy to get pulled off track. I one of my close recently was that the world is full of opportunity, but it's not really an opportunity if it's out of a line with your puppets. And if you don't know your purpose, everything is an opportunity, and that will drive you crazy. It will just drive you nuts. What are things we teach them is that my ability to say, no is equal or more important than -bility to say..

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"paul center" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"paul center" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"We're shared the same college. We're viewed as a part of the same human endeavor, but there are a lot of pragmatic benefits to doing science. There are love technological achievements that can be made. Once we understand how the universe works and you don't know. How or when or where the fundamental research will translate to pragmatic benefits. One example is that Velma quantum mechanics one hundred years ago, quantum mechanics was a purely theoretical, pencil and paper. Small laboratory experiment understood by like a dozen people in the world in today, quantum mechanics are understanding of quantum mechanics is responsible for over twenty five percent of the world's economy. Well, that's a, that's a really good example. I think provide some context what we're saying Paul, Paul center and we're, we're coming close to co close here. But before we do you talk there earlier about scientists in our tendency in general, to use jargon into sort of be out of touch with perhaps some of the audiences that we're speaking to as as we come to a close Paul, and I know this is not possible to give a perfect equation, but or recipe. But what is Paul Sutter's recipe or approach for explaining complicated science to the public or someone in the media? What are the sort of tactics and techniques that you use? Yes. So number one, I am really honestly fascinated by all of this, and I am not going to hide that fascination or into them. So that's going to be a front number two is I don't want to hide from the mathematics or the jargon because that's what underlies our knowledge. And so I'm going to translate the mathematics in jargon for you instead of just trying to skip around a topic because it's too complicated. I'll hold your hand in all walk you through it, and it's also a recognition that different modes of communication have have different strengths and weaknesses on my podcast. I, I can spend thirty sixteen minutes taking a deep dive into, say, cosmic inflation or the nature of dark energy or house stars die. I know that can't do that on a tweet. I know that can't do that on a two minute segment on TV. And so it's about finding that that core nugget, what is the hook? What is the takeaway at the end of this segment or podcast episode or article? What do I want to audience to walk away from knowing? And then it's ensuring that everything I say everything I do leads to that goal. Right? And I think that's very sound advice and this last segment or so, as we close with Paul Sutter, what advice would you offer the younger people thinking about being an astrophysicist? I, this is a very challenging thing actually did a couple podcast episodes on it. They're basically no jobs in strana me there. There are faculty positions, but the. Ratio of PHD's produced to open faculty positions is very, very high. So almost no professor PHD astronomers actually get a job in academia and that's generally true across all scientific disciplines. So I encourage people, if you're curious about the way the universe works, if you're curious about a field of science, absolutely go to college, get that degree, get a bachelor's, advanced, two masters or a PHD. If you if you're in the mood for it, be mindful from the start that there's probably not a long term career in the cards for you, even if you're the best.

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