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"philistines" Discussed on 710 WOR
"My good friend. He's the entertainment columnist there and Johnny. You know, I'm working with Philistines here. They never heard of John Barry before and we were playing some John Berry, Uh, music and they're like, Oh, God. It sounds boring. A harp oboe this then the other thing. I mean, what am I dealing with here? Johnny? Do you understand where I am? At this point in my life? Michael. It's so nice. How you call your hardworking coworkers, Philistines. Just a great way for me to wake up. Uh, I think you're all right. Actually, I told John Barry is terrific Composer. I have some favorite songs by John Barry. I love Two songs from the James Bond movie on Her Majesty's Secret Service. Um, first of all, there's great, booming score. And then, of course, we have all the time in the world in the world on strong, very famously saying, but also Michael, I think it's very weird. That you put the moves on women in your apartment while playing Moody, John Barry scores. Uh yeah, exactly over my apartment. Um, I don't want them to leave. But it seems like you're determined to make them run away. No, no, no. How is this Is this a Is this a song to make out to this is on her on Her Majesty's Secret Service. You want to your face? Going for the kill Michael. Oh, Oh, yeah. What else? Michael Taking his step towards the woman? Yeah. Here he comes. Run for your life, lady. Run stock. Yeah, There's.
If God Is for Us, All Things Are Possible
"Judges chapter sixteen verse twenty and she said the philistines are upon you samson and he awoke from his sleep and said i will go out as at other times and shake myself free but he did not know that the lord had left him. This is the story of. When delilah had betrayed samson in samson had been used to rising and conquering the philistines and he had presumed he could do that again. But judges chapter sixteen verse. Twenty as he says. I'll go out as at other times in shake myself free but he did not know at this moment that the lord had left him in this verse is a keen reminder of what we see all over the bible everything everything depends on whether or not the lord is with you and for you or if the lord is against you everything in our lives hinges on the presence of god with us the help of god for us and if god is with us if god is for us in the words of romans chapter eight nothing can stand against us but if we are on our own and if god is against us then we have no hope and you read about samson's alive and you can't help but think how foolish he was in so many different ways with so many different things he was doing yet. I read this. And i think how foolish i can be. And so judges. Chapter sixteen leads us to pray. God you are only hope. Today we can do nothing. Good without you. Without your grace.
"philistines" Discussed on The Bible in a Year
"Is his name. Are you not. Like the people of israel says the lord that i not bring up israel from the land of egypt and the philistines from cancer and the syrians from cure behold the eyes of the lord god or upon the sinful kingdom and i will destroy it from the surface of the ground except that i will not utterly destroy the house of jacob says the lord behold i will command and shake the house of israel among all the nations as one shakes with a sieve but no pebble shall fall upon the earth. All the centers of my people shall die by the sword who say evil shall not overtake or meet us in that day. I will raise up the booth of david that has fallen and repair its breaches and raise up. Its ruins and rebuild it as in the days of old that they may possess the blueprint of eden. And all the nations who are called by my name says the lord who does this behold the days are coming says the lord when the plowman shall overtake the reaper and the treasurer of grapes him. Who sows the seed. The mountains shall drip sweet wine and all the hills shall flow from it. I will restore the fortunes of my people israel and they shall rebuild the ruined cities and inhabitant. He shall plant vineyards and drink their wine and they shall make gardens and eat their fruit. I will plant them upon their land and they shall never again be plucked up out of the land which have given them says the lord. Your god someone hundred and twenty four thanksgiving for israel's deliverance a song of a sense of david if it had not been the lord who was on our side let israel now say if it had not been the lord who was on our side when men rose up against us then they would have swallowed us up alive when their anger was kindled against us then the flood would have swept away the torrent would have gone over us than over us would have gone the raging waters blessed be the lord who has not given us as prey to their teeth. We have escaped as a bird. From the snares of the fowler's the snare is broken and we have escaped. Our help is in the name of the lord who made heaven and earth father in heaven we praise. We thank you so much. Gosh if it had not been you if not been for you the psalmist david says in psalm of sent here..
"philistines" Discussed on WBUR
"Nous. Meng speed to God. Lesson from the first book of Samuel Chapter, 17 versus 32 through 49. David said to Saul let No one's heart fail because of him. Your servant will go and fight with this philistine. Saul said to David, You are not able to go against this philistine to fight with him for you were just a boy. He has been on warrior from his youth. David said to Saul, your servant used to keep sheep for his father. And whenever a lion or a bear came and took a lamb from the flock, I went after it and struck it down, rescuing the lamb from its mouth. And if it turned against me, I would catch it by the jaw. Strike it down and kill it. Your servant has killed both lions and bears. And this uncircumcised philistine shall be like one of them. Since he has defied the armies of the living God David said. The Lord who saved me from the pall of the lion and from the part of the bear will save me from the hand of this philistine. So Saul said, David, Go And May the Lord be with you. Saul clothed David, with his armor, put a bronze helmet on his head and clothed them with a coat of mail. Even straps all soared over the armor, and he tried in vain to walk for he was not used to them. So David removed them. Then David said to Saul, I cannot walk with these. I'm not used to them so David removed them. Then he took his staff in his hand and chose five smooth stones from the Woody and put them in his shepherd's bag in the pouch. His sling was in his hand, and he drew near to the philistine. The Philistines came on and drew near to David with his shield bearer in front of him. When the philistine looked and saw David he disdained him for he was only a youth, ruddy and handsome in appearance, the Philistines said to David. Am I a dog that you come to me with sticks? And the Philistine cursed David by his gods. The Philistine said to David, Come to me, and I will give your flesh to the birds of the air into the wild animals of the field. But David said to the Philistine you come to me with sword and spear and javelin. But I come to you in the name of the Lord of hosts the god of the armies of Israel. You have defied This very day The Lord will deliver you into my hand and I will strike you down and cut off your head. And I will give the dead bodies of the philistine army this very day to the birds of the air into the wild animals of the Earth so that all of the earth shall know that there is a god in Israel. And all this assembly and they know the Lord does not saved by sword in spirit. The battle is the Lord's, and he will give you into our hand. When the philistine drew nearer to meet David David ran quickly toward the battle line to meet the Philistine. David put his hand on his back, took out a stone slung it and struck the philistine on his forehead. The Stone sank into his forehead and he fell face down on the ground. The word of the Lord. Just take.
"philistines" Discussed on Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast
"Me give you my to a prudent. Who don't in mattis do you want to see the careful they do putin or master. Jody nonstop to who menu for your most gut will move in for some two skandal messes. Joe do my opium to organize these. You put in mattis. Can you see if you because you are tested by the cut. The hundred do if you don't let this and it must. I wonder what your wonderful demand. Yes because he's giving approach to up your skin for yourself because diplo he can start so much of that this my more i took my heart for him and the saracen adobe said mambo just going to talk about your bosses. Friends have become your friend. Because you're scare has enable you to walk in and be stellian moving along of top people because you are prudent in mattis. Who don't know how to handle things on behalf of your boss at euboea. No but you can't be your new set and do something right can think for yourself. I doubt to. Yes ma ma. Madonna said that's enough was not meant on tillerson. Mom just a gillian adults ubu. How come he commits recommend you to another person. Who dent in mattis do. What are you repute. Tap phones day. Life if my ps in the in the highest authority what are they about me. So so what. I want to ask you a poodle in madison calmly pessene. He comported himself. I want the source of hot bob. Amaro who doesn't and debit behaved very wisely. In the site of the the key become of him runner also saw a few. Your your open our judgment. I i saw gordon. Sorta the person debit disorder told them that. I'm going to give you another not tomorrow. But the bride price you paid killed thousand hundred philistines and cut off the distant and cutting all about po-keun put thousand dollars project it'd be like cutting you off. I'm brad pro. You know quayle did did he. Give it to the kids that you your policy and deputy behave wisely in the process of appointing. You won't get because what you are posted. We hasn't done so you angry which did not comport put themselves humbled surface. Look montana's yet come allow myself to be trained properly commit some. That's become recommend to be tied the because so often you hungry smarter. You're offended somebody hostage two minutes. When was founded piano with my. What is wrong with you. What is wrong with you. You are smart talk because your boss. I saturday's than you know. Put the can recommend you talk a reputation reputation. You have to learn how to have and go through the males of life in the midst of all offense. You think i'm offended by farmers. It's wisdom of god as a reputation hallelulah. Sep was put in prison. The bible said that had genesis one. That's fourteen the killed brought him to come and tell me that i have about you because the reputation of integrating people's views them on you you put one in front of you kill your vision and your skin. I'm saying okay. They tell you. Put money in front of you. You will kill your future and your skills. Many young girls and boys the to betrayed the rush to make music school mcqueen. Nicosia coco if he'd go under house. My no no no no no no no no. We're not whisker. Come billed as kill rush. It takes time to be developed if you're a designer. That's a gut cop. Brazil repetition of how to do things and buildings and do these quote said the most notable temple geico busily. I recommend to you at that guy. Couldn't seem bizarre. Bizarre is in. So i've talked about deputy how he become his reputed respected. He carry a name. You didn't eat up because kill. He was recommended. That i know of you. If you bring this guy here one hundred and three hundred hundred. He had the reputation of how this guy he led the keys. Walk new among war. All this kill you build became relevant in the case police. This kill you up become relevant to in exodus. One wants eleven bubble said the and the loss onto most exodus one hundred eleven and the loss muslims. And see i have caught by nimbus salil the son of you read the son of her and the over. The tribe of judah have filled with the spirit of god in wisdom in understanding and knowledge in all of my sip ship. I got this guilt and the reputation for that device was too wet in gold in silva in brass. Oh stones those. Ap out a to. Casto's bob hope under god. Somebody come in bad. I put it but you just won't poke on who i've worn. By.
"philistines" Discussed on Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast
"They're like water and then they're like under under under water. You know rivers and things like that. Maybe i just i feel like on the east coast. Everybody was really mermaid crazy and then here not so much. So i don't know but the malkin children lost point where able to make their pupils smaller and change their lens shape. And that's what seals and dolphins too and. We can't just normally do that. So i mean there are a lot of like really specific adjustments to their is. I just thought that was fascinating. And i mean it doesn't exactly happen overnight. It takes like hundreds of thousands of years evolution. Evolutions happens so that kind of implies that they have been living that lifestyle and they're kind of like almost foles generations and generations to to the point adoption supernova interesting. He added as mayor folk exist. But just not. In the way that that disney disney wants you to portray it. Sure is one of the things i also discovered when i was kind of wondering down the path of where the origin of the moment folks low came from. Is that in a western concept of Mermaids comes directly from greek folklore and the sirens in fact that's what they were referred to before sirens. And i think we've all heard the stories of i think it was hamas odyssey where there's sirens on the rock in the siren seduce the sailors. They sail the ship towards it and then they crash their ship and mermaids have their way with them or whatever it might be but before our concept of folk being hof fishing hof human. They were actually considered in greek mythology to be half bird half human and it was only once the like a christian kind of civilization came ancient greece that started shifting over to being officiant hoffman human. And that's where they incorporate. The idea of dove gun the philistine. God was officiant hof human. And obviously the the passages in the bible specifically about the christians having issues with the philistines for worshipping a false for shipping. This doug on this high fish off man. And there's there's really really interesting passages in the bible that address specifically the philistines worshiping god and you know he was. He was seen to be the god of this. Doug on going to be the god of tbilisi and harvest and one of the things that the philistines broke out with off. The dead been warned not to worship this dough gun. God was that they started to break arch with warts and boils blisters on their genitals. And everybody was like. That's a sign. That's a sign like the god. God is punishing you for worshiping. This fake you've got pimples on your junk yard s either way either way i think. They felt pretty punished by the fact that they were doing that. But yeah there is actually the they know they know like direct quotes of mermaids the bible but there are references to gods that are officiant half human in the bible also. When i was doing my research it said that it used to be half half reptile and half human and then it so is that different from a different all kinds of they all kind of evolved into this. I think it was. The babylonians are the hoffer rectal. Half human and they the advantage would be like like when you said that. The the christians came there. I don't understand the i'm not connecting. Why they would go from birds. Two fish. the it was in the greek mythology that they switched over from both sufficient. They just know that sometime. During the christian era of during that time it wasn't like they were influenced i. I'm not sure the the research want there. Technically i was just wasn't paying attention. There wasn't any change from birds or fish starting on the third offend theory firsthand accounts technically of emails. No one got back to me dear. Socrates.
"philistines" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"King then he would have the whole ball of wax. He would have the authority over wind. God was going to show up. He would have the authority over the battle. The children of israel would fight. He would be in charge. He would do what he wanted to do. And when it didn't go well he would whine and he would blame god for it. He would blame samuel for it and he would logically think his way through any situation slipping and sliding covering his tracks making sure that he knew how to just be contrite enough to convince that person to trust them again but fundamentally he was sold out to be who he was and he didn't want to change god him but quickly saul fled from what god did in his soul and he said no. I can make this deal work. I want to tell you today. You're going to have to decide. Are you going to sample the wares. Are you going to take just enough to look good and then walk away and say okay. I can finesse my way through this deal or you going to give up your life and allow jesus christ live in you. I hope today that some of you are tired of the bitterness. I hope you're tired of the sin. I hope you're tired of the failure. I hope you're tired of the pain. Are you tired enough of it to let it go. I mean how much. How much does god have to bring on you before you will finally say i give it all to you. Jesus have your way in my life. Exercise your authority over me. I will wait upon you and i will trust you. Thank you so much for joining us. Today you've been listening to pilgrim's progress brought to you by the national chapel in woodbridge virginia write to us at the national prayer chapel. Post office box. Twenty three forty six woodbridge virginia. Two two one nine five or visit us online at national prayer chapel dot com. God bless you. We love you now to him who is able to keep you from falling into presume and you play before the parade since His home he very gray chore now to him who is able to key debut from falling into his law. Review to god off to say jeez..
"philistines" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"Never done my best. The scriptures say you resisted sin yet to the point of shedding your blood the scriptures very clear about our condition. It says. there's nothing good that is in us. it's nas decision that teaches that there is a spark of good and each of us and all we have do is develop that spark and release it and become all that we can become. That's that's not christianity. Christianity teaches that there is nothing good that resides in me. That's why the command if you would follow after jesus take up your cross and die and be resurrected a new person so you can try to take this old shell of a wicked ugly person and you can try to prop up. There's dead corpse or you can just go ahead and let that die and be resurrected. A new person saw wasn't willing to do that. Samuel leaves now understand this you have the philistines with all of their chariots and their million plus army. You have the children of israel. A little goatherd. They were supposed to wait on. God in god was going to come and move on their behalf. But samuel walks away and does not give saul any instructions. He is left now totally on his own. Now what's he going to do. Well he does what the human flesh is the very best at he whines. He makes excuses he tries to hide. He pretends he postures. He puffs himself up and he sits under a tree and doesn't do a thing but jonathan love. Jonathan jonathan has his armor bearer within the philistines have split up their forces. Because it's obvious now that israel doesn't have the courage or ability to come and face them so they've split up their troops and they're beginning to fan out over the land pillaging and destroying killing. Jonathan says see up at the top of that mountain. this philistines. let's show ourselves to. Let's test what god wants to do here. Because god can save by many or by few so. They show themselves in the philistine. Say come on up here. we'll show you. That was the sign they climb up together and immediately the power of god falls. They slay twenty men sunder. Lightning the earth shakes the philistines are terrified and suddenly. They begin to run and as they begin to run. The children of israel come out of their holes in their dinh's and they kill the philippines. Now is this great victory as being one saul says. Nobody is allowed to eat any food. Until i have gained victory over my enemies so he tries in the human flesh now to step into the victory that god is giving and he makes a covenant an oath and so none of the men are allowed to any provision. But jonathan doesn't know about this and he passes some bees and some honey and he dips is soared into that and he has himself some honey and his eyes brighten in the energies back. And he's back in the battle. Will they come together that night and they say let's let's go fight a more. Let's go destroy then. We haven't finished this job. So they inquire of god and god doesn't answer and also let's find out who sinned so the cast lots and the lot falls jonathan and he says what have you done. State some honey. You're going to die because you have sinned. I want you to see something. The person who is walking in the flesh is always eager to maintain all religious symbols. They're eager to maintain an appearance of being religious. They want to enforce the law on everybody else. They want demand on everybody else. You have to come up to my standard gift to my way. And if you don't condemnation is gonna flow out on you. And now sam or saul is establishing what will go on for the rest of his kingship that he is going to enforce the letter of the law because he has lost the presence of god bitterness rises up his heart anger rises up in his heart and the way he satisfies his bitterness in his anger is being super critical of everybody else. If you look in the scripture the accuser is always satan and there is no one in the world quite as adept at being an accuser as the one for whom god has not shown up the children of israel. The soldier step forward and they say no. Jonathan is going to go free. God has used him to win the battle this day and they protected him now. Let's draw all this together. I want you to go to galicians the sixth chapter. I'll begin reading with verse seven. Do not be deceived. This is galicians.
"philistines" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"The holy spirit speaking to your heart today saying what have you done. What have you done. You've walked into that sin. you have consumed it. You have clutched to your heart. Oh god hasn't shown up to deliver you and your blaming him and saying it's god's fall it's god's fault i have this temper. It's god's fault. I have this bitterness. It's god's fault that i act this way. It's god's fault that. I had this addiction because god won't show up and deliver me. Some of you need to say What have i done. What have i done. There's an awakening that needs to happen in our souls. So as we see how we've tried to play god in our lives and we've tried to be man or the woman choosing from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil saying i'll be the one who determines what is right or wrong. Let me make the decisions instead of waiting before god and saying oh god a wait on you. Eight days or nine days or ten days a week a week a month a year. I'm not going to go anywhere. God i'm not gonna do anything. I'm just going to wait on you so replies. When i saw that the men were scattering and that you did not come at the set time notice. It's your fault samuel. You didn't come on time your fault god. If you would have just taken from my heart that lust. I would not have committed the sin so god at your fall. If i had a better. God i'd be a better man now all the time. This is happening. The philistines are assembling mic mash. And saul says. I thought i mean that's sums up the whole deal. I thought i thought i could get away with it. I thought i could make it. I thought you wouldn't care. I thought i could sin. I was covered by the blood of jesus. Some of you are going to come up to the judgment day and the lord. God of heaven is going to pronounce judgment. And you're going to say. But i thought i thought you love me unconditionally. God i thought. I didn't have to worry about my money that that i could do what i needed to do. As a responsible person determining what is right and wrong some of you at the judgment day. You're going to see your children go into hell and you're going to say but god. I thought i had to keep them happy. I thought they needed to be dressed like the world so they wouldn't be oddballs. I thought i was just helping. My children be happy and acceptable in the culture. I thought you'd understand. I love my kids. I thought lord. You'd understand that. I was tired and couldn't spend the time reading the scriptures. I thought you'd understand that. I really had to watch television lord. I thought you'd understand. How can you treat me this way. Lord god i thought you understood that i was a victim. I couldn't help myself. I mean everybody else's been understanding of me god. Everybody else's made allowances from me. Everybody else's let me get off easy. But oh god what's this. I don't want to go to hell. The scriptures say at the end time judgment there is going to be weeping and gnashing of teeth because suddenly the reality of the condition of the heart is revealed and all the excuses and all the whining and all of the victim. Stuff is shown up for what it is prideful arrogance face that in not understand that you were warned. Be on notice. You can't play games with god. He reads the intent of the heart. He under he understands the deepest motivations of our soul. I thought now the philistines will come down against me. Gil gal and i have not sought the lord's favor so i felt compelled to offer the burnt offering. God doesn't show up. So i feel compelled to do the religious exercise that i think is necessary. I felt compelled because i saw the finances growing short. I thought i had to go get that second job. I felt compelled lord. God i had to go out and get that loan to cover the business deal. I had to go out and.
"philistines" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"This. The king role was separated in israel from the priest rule. The king role was exercise leadership in the political realm. The king role was exercise authority and to do the bidding of god in the exercise of government the priest was to represent almighty god and he was the one to whom the king was to come to ask. God's will now saul says god is not showing up. Samuel has not come. So now. I'm going to assume the role of king and priest. I'm gonna be the whole deal now. That happened on another occasion. You remember in the garden of eden. You have adam and eve looking at this tree of the knowledge of good and evil. And they're saying look. We think we should have the right to determine what is right and wrong for ourselves. We determined that we want to have freedom and autonomy love. God we're going to serve god but we're going to love god and serve him in our way and so sol was simply saying look. I'll make the decisions about how i'm going to function. All make the decision and all approach god in my own way and when he approached god in his own way god did not answer him and some of you have said to me. I pray and god doesn't answer me. And so i get up and leave my prayer closet because i'm not doing anything useful. Now you understand the most important thing for you to do in. This world is to do something important. I mean you've got to be productive. It's a competitive culture. We're a part of you know you've got to make the house payment. You gotta make the car payment. You've got to take care of business. I mean you gotta do important things because are important. You're somebody so when you come into the presence of almighty god and he doesn't happen to be there waiting and bowing before you saying yes sir. How may i help you sir. You say hey. I showed up for god. He didn't show up he. He wasn't there so i'm leaving. That'll teach god next time if he wants me around the best. Be there on my schedule. you know. Go to the restaurant to meet somebody to have lunch. And they don't show up and twenty minutes. Where am i going to do. I'm going to go eat without him. I mean my schedule's important. I've got a life to live. You know know. Jesus christ has a life to live. He wants to live through me and salsa. You're not gonna live your life through me. This is my kingdom and it's my kingship and these are my people and if you don't show up on time for me. I've got a battle to fight. The troops are all being discouraged by your lack of presence. If i can't count on you to show up when you're supposed to show up. I'll just go take care of business. I actually sat in a pastor's home and he said to me he was in serious financial trouble. He said to me. If god doesn't show up by friday i'm closing down my ministry and i'm moving out of this area. God isn't here well. I said to him president. I can tell you right now. God won't show up by friday so you might as well go ahead and move out now. He said no wait till friday. And if god doesn't show up with the money i'm outta here. I said get packing and god didn't show up and he left. He ended up with his family and children in colorado springs. And i got a call from him. Can you help us. We've been two nights in the car. We're out of money in the car's broken down. I said i thought you were going to open a church in colorado springs. Didn't god meet you know god's not here either. I said that you better get a job. Made a call to focus on the family. They said we'll put you up in a motel. We'll give you two hundred and fifty dollars in cash. And they gave him a job and he left to gospel ministry and does clerical work nothing wrong with clerical work. It's just the he wasn't willing to wait on. God and so god is never showed up for him and if you were to talk with him today you know what he would say to you. Don't trust god to show up get a job in cover your family take care of business. I mean he took the lamp out any rubbed on it and the genie didn't show up in if you been rubbing on a lamp lately mad because god hasn't shown up for you any of you and your heart sing. God doesn't show up for me. I'm going to go do what i have to do. Go ahead and do what you have to do. Because he's not gonna show up. You can't push god that way. So now we have samuel showing up just as the offerings are finished and samuel says to him. What have you don. Some of you need to hear.
"philistines" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"On from day. One look at this little fellowship. And i say is this the army that god is going to send to deal with washington. Dc is this the arm. Maybe we'd better get some marketing going. You know maybe we better do. Some slick brochures. Maybe we better get the vision out there. Maybe.
"philistines" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"So he goes home to the farm. He doesn't tell anybody what happened. The only difference is down in the south field. There's an encampment of soldiers. He doesn't know what to do with them so he goes to plowing on his daddy's farm and the soldiers over there camped waiting for the king to decide to be a king. I wonder who's waiting on you to step into your place with god. I i say that again. I wonder who is waiting on you to step into your place as the head of your house or who is waiting on you to step into your place as the testimony of jesus christ who is waiting on you to assume the place god has given you in power and authority in the holy spirit will samuel plowing. The field sees that the people are all weeping. He doesn't understand why and so he asks them. Why is everybody weeping. What's the bad news. And then here's the ammonites have come against a city in israel and they're going to gouge out the i. The one i of every person will be gouged out to bring shame on the name of israel and holy spirit falls on this young farmer he rises up and he sacrifices right there his oxen. He cuts up a piece of that raw meat. He wraps it. He gives it to a soldier. He says take it to that city soon. All of the parts of the oxygen have been cut up this bloody ox piece goes all over the nation and salsas. Tell them that if they don't show up for the battle this is what's going to happen to the and their household and the scripture say the of god fell on israel and three hundred thousand plus show up to fight the ammonites and the ammonites are utterly destroyed now saul sends home all but three thousand of those three hundred and thirty thousand men. Jonathan is son operating in the spirit attacks and outpost of the philistines. Now that's like taking a stick and whacking a hornet's nest and those hornets came buzzing out after him. The word was sent out through. All of the land israel is now a stench to the phyllis teens and they are gathering for war and we find this in chapter thirteen of i samuel verse five. The philistines assembled to fight israel with three thousand chariots six thousand charioteers and soldiers as numerous as the sand on the sea shore. The sept two agent says thirty thousand chariots and. that was the bible. jesus read. He read the sept to agent. Thirty thousand so. We know that this was an innumerable number of men. Probably an army somewhere in the area of a million plus footsoldiers israel at that time could only field at their very best hundred footsoldiers quickly. You see the drama. That's beginning to unfold. And they have the abrams tank for. That's what a chariot was in that day they had iron chariots the philistines controlled the technology for creating iron implements of war the children of were backward technologically. They had no swords. They had to take their hose and their size to the philistines to sharpen. There were only two swords among them. Jonathan had one and king saul had one so you have an army equipped for modern warfare with swords and shields and spears and javelin and and both arrows. And you have the stone age people with clubs and hoes and rakes and sticks coming against them. Well obviously the men of israel saw that their situation was critical and that there are was hard pressed and they hid in caves and thickets and among the rocks and the pits and insistence. Some hebrews even joined the crossed the jordan. Some of them even became part of the philistine army. They said look. We're going to join the winning side here. We don't want to lose our families. We don't want to lose our homes. Were joining the philistines. Now what i want you to see. Is that when the holy spirit fell on israel. The tear of god fell on them and they mustered three hundred thousand men and they defeated the ammonites. But in this case soul has put out the command let all of israel here but there is no holy spirit presence in it and nobody's going to show up to fight saw has already learned the lesson. I can take the army and go defeat the enemy. Now he is going to try to take his army and defeat the enemy the differences. There's no holy spirit presence. Why isn't there. Well it's very easy samuel as he was anointing saul said. Go down to gilgal and wait for me there. Seven days so the holy spirit is not going to come until the seven days are up. See now you have to answer the question. What is the source of your strength is your source of strength. In the number of men showing up was weapons. Is your strength in your bank. Account is your strength and your strategy for investment is your strength in. How well you can do your job. How well you can please. The philistines has the terror of the philistines. Fallen on you instead of the terror of god. So now you're saying. I don't have any strength. I better go hide. Where a better join the philistines. Well the church today has said. Let's join the philistines. Let's operate like madison avenue. Let's make churches show. Let's do the little dance. Let's do the little drama. Let's let's do. We have to do the entertain the troops. This is the flesh deal that has gone.
"philistines" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"To your righteousness lord. I trust you to accomplish your work in this congregation and in this city of washington. Lord be glorified in this place. I pray your holy name. Amen in cumberland maryland. There is a favorite little shop. Called the creamery. You walk in the side door and all along. The left side. Are these beautiful display cases with incredible delicacies. You come to the cash register where you order and then over on this side. They have dedicated one bar just to ice cream where they do the most wonderful things. I walked into the creamery just recently. I saw on their board that they had chicken noodle soup. So i said could i have a sample of your chicken noodle soup who yes sir. And they brought me out a little cup of chicken noodle soup and i stood there in the creamery and enjoy that sample. I could walk just a bit further. And they have all of these wonderful ice creams. And and i did this as well. They had one of my favorites. And i said could i have a sample of your stachel ice cream. They said certainly seles pulled out a little ice cream cone and they did that. The showed number right on the phone. So i stood there and i had that wonderful pistachios ice cream cone. How much do i owe him. I don't know anything. I just went in and sample the wares. I was free to walk out the door now. I didn't do that. I instead went back and said yes. Thank you all have a big bowl of that chicken noodle soup with the sandwich. And then after i was finished without i said now i want the big bowl of pasta show ice cream but some of you would come to church and you would sample the goods and you would walk out not knowing anything and some of you would come repeatedly to the house of the lord and sample the goods and walk out the door owing nothing having no connection having no fellowship having no accountability blow in blowout. Thank you very much. Pastor will be back next week for our sample. i wanna share with you today. The life of a man who never got serious with god. I want you to see the decisions he made. And the result of those decisions you see. The truth is this is not a dress rehearsal. Were engaged in. This is life. And i choose to do with my life in this place will determine my destiny. Now i can think i'm going through life sampling all of the best that i can find. Yes thank you. I'll have a little bit of that pride thank you. I'll have a little bit of that arrogance. Yes and thank you. Give me a serving of humility. So i can cover over my arrogance and then thank you. I'll have a little bit of this a little bit of that. And so we go through life collecting everything we can collect and then we want to drive it in the bmw. And we don't want to anybody any saying we want to walk around like this whole deal is my cup of cherries. And then you get the pits and you say what's this about. Why do i deserve this. I ought to deserve something better than this. Why am i having all this astle. Why am i having this trouble. And then the pity party starts god. Why don't you change me both. God i want to just walk in and feel good about myself. Who cares what you've just been sampling. The wears cuban playing games with god. So call of christ is very simple. It's not complicated. Doesn't take a rocket scientist understand. He says if you want to follow me die. Pay the price if you want me to come and receive you. Turn away from your sin and don't touch that unclean thing again. If you continue to touch the unclean thing you won't have my presence with you. It's simple but when i go around and just sample the wares with an attitude of entitlement. I never get serious. I never really become a part of a body. I wanna feel good deal. I want the pity party. I don't want to be a new creature. I want to be the same old guy with a new front. Yes i wanna go to heaven this way in my sin. Don't ask me to change god. Don't ask me to lay down my life. You lay down your life. That's the deal you lay down your life and you let me go to heaven and keep my life. I want to show you the story of this man in scripture. I want you to see the result of a man's decisions. I pray that as i share the story with you you will begin to see the result of your decisions. Because today's the day of salvation. Jesus christ has opened wide the door for you to enter in to a whole new relationship with him. The question is are you here to be serious about god. Are you here to sample the wares. We find the story in i samuel thirteenth chapter for samuel two. Thirteen th chapter. Let me give just a bit of background. Samuel is a farm boy. He's out looking for his donkeys and in the midst of looking for his donkey's the lord. God of heaven steps into his life and introduces him to samuel the powerful prophet of and samuel anointed. Him king over history will then he tells him this is the series of things that will occur in your life. You're going to be walking down the road. You're going to see three men approaching you. One will be carrying some goats another some cheese and another three loaves of bread. One of them will give you two loaves of bread. That your provisioned take it. You're going to be walking down the road on your way home to your daddy's farm and as you go. You're suddenly going to meet. A whole procession of profits are going to be singing and dancing and prophesying. You are going to join them. That's exactly what happened. The word of god says that samuel turn to leave an assault walked away. He became suddenly under the power of the spirit. A new man.
"philistines" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"The following program is sponsored by the national prayer chapel. the cross upon which jesus is a shelter can ha is sufficient for me out and that's why a massacre. Aw yes there's four have that's a yes. Acros four Friends time from life still say to open to welcome the law before eight. A there's ru yes there's four all men have that's wonderful here. S there's aspect crawls full. I have oh four saw The terror of the philistines. Pray almighty god. I speak the word you've put on my heart. I trust you to bring your holy spirit conviction that you would set a new course in a new direction for each of our lives dealing with us according to our sin and according.
"philistines" Discussed on The ChoNilla Podcast
"The stone. Flip through him. So it's a heads or tails stolen. That flipped heads or tails. Let's leave it up the guide. So he does the prayer and He flipped off this the stone and it turns out eram so they're both taken away and saw does the same stone flip between him in jonathan so he draws the line between him and jonathan does the same stone put. Oh yeah and after flipping the stone. Salt looks intensely at jonathan. And his all like what in the hell have you done boy. Jonathan finally breaks down finally riley. The flu breaks out. It was a little bit. Heidi die so saul was sad now and was like if for some reason you live after all this i should be the one to die so yeah okay but just then a bunch of men jump in and they're all like this guy just delivered us from the philistines. You think we're just going to stand by and watch his hero of israel. We don't think so so sorry decides to spare jonathan okay at this point saw took a break from chopping down philippines and They took whatever they could and left to go back to their own land. So once saw was king again and things stabilized. He continued to fight off all the enemies of israel including the finish the philistines and He was pretty brutal about his conquering and made sure to plunder enemies killed and This chapter ends by letting us know that saul had three sons. Jonathan and malki shua. He had two daughters named muir out and mikhail and his wife's name was he no one knew him. Okay and was i knew of commander.
"philistines" Discussed on Agape Baptist Church | Scottsboro, Alabama
"It's unusual and so we're going to begin this message in an unusual way going ahead and reading the end if samson truly does go from strength to weakness. Show me that ryan and so. That's what we're gonna do verse. Twenty three chapter sixteen it says now the lords of the philistines gathered to offer a great sacrifice today on their god and to rejoice and they said our god g has given sampson our enemy into our hands and when the people saw him they praised god. They said our god has given our enemy into into our hand. The ravages of our country who has killed many of us and when their hearts were married they said call sampson that he that he may entertain us. So they called samson out of the prison he entertain them and they made him stand between the pillars. And we'll go through the rest of that story next week. So who is getting the glory in the life of sampson here at the end of his life. It's not the god of israel. It's not the god of the viral it's deg on god a little g god of the philistines. The false god of the philistines was getting all the glory. And that's because something happened in israel and it's supposed to be something that that should cause us as the people of god looking into the old testament for warnings of what's in looks like when it's embraced in a life in a lifestyle. We were called a heed this warning..
Benjamin Moser: Sontag: Her Life and Work
"A biography of Susan's son tag her life and work which has been A controversial book as if a biography could be controversial but nevertheless this is the way it seems. Now do you think of the controversy that seems to have surrounded this book? Well I think a book about Susan Sontag. That wasn't controversial. Would NOT BE A book about Susan? Contact? I think she's somebody who elicited very heavy very visceral and sometimes violent opinions all through her life and I don't really see controversial this book. I see it more as just I hope something. Starting a conversation about an author that I think is more essential than ever man. Santiago was always associated with fashion. She was associated with With photography she was associated with being on the cover of Vanity Fair and the only possible American intellectual who have been on the cover of Vanity Fair. I think the real writers we actually care about are the ones who go on after their deaths. And who have these chances to be reevaluated? I can remember the first time I read. Susan Sonntags First Book. Which was against interpretation? Can you remember the first time you read against interpretation? Yes yeah I can't because I actually hadn't read it until I started working on this book really. I know I had read the photography stuff mainly and then I had read essays from against interpretation. I think I hadn't read the whole book. I'd read notes on camp. I'd read the title essay. Read some of the film essays but what was really exciting about going back to read. It now is that you see a world you see this time which is quite again. It feels contemporary. But it's almost sixty years old against interpretation but you get this whole Panorama of culture and of ideas. That feels very exciting to me. I have to tell you it was the first of her books that I read. I was astonished by it because of the enormity of range of what she's read I mean just when she makes a list of the books that she thinks of you think Oh i. you'd already read that in the early sixties. She was only in her early thirties to show thirty when that book came out before it became fashionable to event. Artaud Susan cared about our Dole. And in fact you know. She seems to know that the time she's living in as opposed to the time she died in was a time when people new things. I- slivered out some quotes from Susan. Let's hear Susan people want to be moved? Is a writer. Want to move people. I was very moved cried. Even a couple of passages that that I was riding this one line that made me laugh. Grimly where I WANNA say I say but I don't feel it's me I feel. It's the book says It it was a time when knowledge was fashionable. Philistinism was unfashionable. And I wrote that line with a great deal of Glee and grimness because the time we live in as a time in which knowledge is unfashionable and Philistine as it was very fashionable. I'm talking to Benjamin Moser. Sonntags biographer. That what you just heard was the very first time I sat face to face was. Susan was from our first conversation and you consider deeply the subject of knowledge and Philistinism and Susan's almost desire to attack the Philistines. Can you talk to me though? I think it's really funny. I think it's one of the great American questions. I think we're living in a time when Philistinism seems triumphant We don't have to name names. But I think we all know who I'm talking about and I think that there's a kind of feeling that we're always being engulfed by the gold escalator and that all the things that in her lifetime worse symbolic of middle-brow Ism whether it was life magazine in the book of the month club or elevator music. All these kind of things. Santi always stood for the opposite of all that crap. Now you you seem to think she becomes as she lives longer and longer harder and harder on the people around her. Tell me what you mean. Tell me what that use a lot of. It might have had to do with the fact that she was physically. Ill a lot of her life when she was forty two. She got stage four breast cancer and almost killed her and she was subjected to this. Very gruesome and horrifying treatment did end up saving her life. And that's in nineteen seventy five to seventy eight. So she's in her mid forties by then and it seemed to me that something did change in her where she got more impatient. She got more Intolerant of certain people. But I think that it's something that's interesting to try to understand what happens but then not dwell on it too much because what I'm really interested in Santiago and what I think makes her relevant is her writing and her ideas. I think that what we're talking about is the person who wrote in the introduction to against interpretation that we need an erotics of art not a Herman Excite Lard and she writes about her fondness for the supremes. Which at that time you take someone go take number of someone's whether it's Irving Howe or saul bellow listening to the supremes. They find it to be quite a surprise that a highly thought of intellectual is talking about the supremes by the end of her life. She's not talking about the supreme sending more and she's not talking about neurotic sue criticism. No well I think it's very important again to think about how old a lot of this is. This is again. It's almost. It's more than fifty years ago in that time in that me. That was really shocking. And it's absolutely hilarious to see the reactions that she got 'cause the thing about the supreme. It's not like she wrote about this frame. She says something about how she likes. The supreme one line nobody. It followed her her whole life. You Point Down Very well and intelligently and correctly in this book that cultural conservatism is has very little to do with political conservatism.
'Sontag: Her Life and Work' by Benjamin Moser
"Today I'm very pleased to have as my guest the very brilliant Benjamin Moser who is the author of two biographies of Women Writers The I was a biography of Cou- reese the specter which did a good deal of bringing the Specter a writer who spent a good majority of for life in Brazil to the attention of American readers and the second is the biography of Susan's son tag her life and work which has been a controversial book as if a biography could be controversial but nevertheless this is the way it seems now what do you think of the controversy that seems to have surrounded this book well I think a book about Susan Santa that wasn't controversial would not be a book about Susan's contact I think she's somebody who elicited very heavy very visceral and sometimes violent opinions all through her life and I don't really see this controversial this book I see it more as just I hope it's something starting a conversation about an author that I think is more essential than ever Monsanto was always associated with fashion she was associated with with photography associated with being on the cover of Vanity Fair and the only possible American intellectual who could have been on the cover of Vanity Fair I think the real writers that we actually care about are the ones who go on after their deaths and who have these chances to be reevaluated I can remember the first time I read Susan Sonntags First Book which was against interpret Tation can you remember the first time he read against interpretation yes I can't because I actually hadn't read it until I started working on this book really I know I had read the Auger fi stuff mainly and then I had read essays from against interpretation I think I hadn't read the whole book I'd read notes on Camp I'd read the title essay I'd read some of the film essays but what was really exciting about going back to read it now is that you see a world you see this time which is quite again it feels contemporary but it's all most sixty years old you know against interpretation but you get this whole Panorama of culture and ideas that feels very adding to me I have to tell you it was the first of her books that I read I was astonished by it because Some of the enormity of range of what she's read I mean just when she makes a list of the books that she thinks of you think Oh my you'd already read that in the early sixties choose only in her early thirties to thirty when that book came out before it became fashionable to avert Arto Susan cared about our toll and in fact you know she seems to no that the time she's living in as opposed to the time she died in was a time when p do new things I- slivered out some quotes from Susan let's hear Susan people want to be moved on is a writer want to move people I was very moved cried even a couple of passes that I was riding this one line that made me laugh grimly where I wanna say I say but I don't feel it's me the book says it was a time when knowledge was fashionable Philistinism was unfashionable and I wrote that line with a great deal of Glee and grimness has a time we live in as a time in which knowledge is unfashionable Philipson as it was very fashionable I'm talking to Benjamin Moser son tags biographer that what you just heard was the very first time I sat face to face with Susan from our first conversation and You considered deeply the subject of knowledge and Philistinism and Susan's almost desire to attack the Philistines can you talk to me that I think it's really funny I think it's one of the great American questions I think we're living in a time when Philistinism seems triumphant we don't have to name names but I think we all know who I'm talking about and I think that there's a kind of feeling that we're always being engulfed by the gold escalator and the the all the things in her lifetime worse symbolic of Middle Brow Ism whether it was life magazine in the book of the month club or elevator music all these kind of things Santiago always stood for the opposite of all that crap now you seem to think she becomes as she lives longer and longer harder and harder on the people around her tell me what you mean tell me what that means a lot of it might have had to do the fact that she was physically ill a lot of her life when she was forty two she got stage four breast cancer and it almost killed her and she was subjected to this very gruesome horrifying treatment that did end up saving her life and that's nineteen in seventy five to seventy eight so she's in her mid forties by then and it seemed to me that something did change in her where she got more impatient she got more intolerant of certain people but I think that it's something that's interesting to try to understand what happens but then AH dwell on it too much because what I'm really interested in in Santiago and what I think makes her relevant is her writing and her ideas I think that what we're talking about is a person who wrote in the introduction to against interpretation that we need an erotics of art not a her renewed ix of art and she writes about her fondness for the supremes which at that time you take some on won't take any number of someone's whether it's Irving Hauer Saul bellow they're not listening to the supremes they find it be quite a surprise that a highly thought of intellectual is talking about the supremes by the end of her life she's not talking about the supreme sending more and she's not talking about neurotic criticism no well I think it's very important again to think about how old a lot of this is this is again it's almost it's more than fifty years ago in that time and in that year that was really shocking and it's absolutely really hilarious to see the reactions that she got because the thing about the supreme it's not like she wrote about this frame she said something about how she likes the supremes in one line nobody it followed her the whole life but you point down very well and intelligently and correctly in this book the Cultural Conservatives awesome is has very little to do with political conservatism. Well this is another idea that I think has been forgotten sondheim comes out of a world where out of me education where what she means a small C. conservatism is starting off with Plato and Aristotle and going up to Dante and Shakespeare through the great modern poets and that love that syllabus that Canon that became extremely unfashionable and now I think we're in a world where people aren't reacting against Beethoven you know they don't even know who Beethoven is Dante Shakespeare and so both the people who wanted to modernize that and expand it for example to feminist African American authors those people lost out just as much as the people who wanted it closed for political reasons from the right wing and what happens in that song tag is very perceptive about time and time again it said it all lose out to money it always is out to consumerism and so what happens is you know famous a great painting becomes an expensive painting a great song becomes a song that gets a lot of play on the radio a lot of clicks on the Internet and that's the thing we're in now come talking once again to Benjamin Moser Susan Sonntags biographer in a book from Echo called Sawa tag do you think that you're writing a biography of Susan or in addition a biography of her times well I think both the book is called Sante her life and work and those are two things that are complementary but I'd really there's a lot I'd like people to remember that people don't remember people don't member for example that it was quite common for women to write their husbands books as happened to attack yes fascinated yeah I had no idea will I didn't either I've inhabited this world of the great female intellectuals having done Clarissa Specter before and then Sante it's a world that generation of my grandparents grandmother's generation that I'm familiar with and so about three months ago this piece came out in the Guardian announcing that I had discovered that Sante had actually written the book upon which her husband's career was based book called for the mind with moralist and this piece went viral everybody was talking wrote me and they said are you kidding this happen to everybody nobody wire people so surprised and the reason they're surprise is that I think feminism has made so many gains is that people have forgotten what it was like so when you're talking about a history of her life and times when she applied she's got Souza's very brilliant student and she comes into the World king world and she applies for a job at a magazine and her friend a male friend says well the fact that you're a woman is a real problem but we're going to try to help them get over that and that was a totally normal thing to say to a woman at that time now you would get sued and you know rightly so a lot of the ideas that we think are able in in our culture whether you think about the position of African Americans do you think about the position of women are homosexuals or all these things they've changed really radically and one of the things I think a book like the biographies and Sonic can do is trace the evolution of these ideas so that's the part that I find fascinating because sometimes she's ahead of things and somehow she's behind wind and sometimes she's struggling to understand new ideas as they come into the world it's a fascinating
Which college produces the best NFL talent?
"A special edition of N._F._l.. Live on deck today at the N._F._l.. Celebrates one hundred season just six weeks away however we are just five weeks away in college. Football Opens It one hundred fiftieth the anniversary so today welcome N._F._l.. You were combining the two worlds to answer age-old question what college produces the best n._F._l.. Talent however I'm Wendy net sand Hutus here you know what's better to be on this panel our expert notice icy expert telling me when Lewis Minute of her panter on the list not on the House for back the quarterback guru he and his brother in a lot of N._F._l.. Games James A lot and Ryan Clark. You see the L. L._S._U.. They are ills college football. L. Is Jonathan Vilma bike. He will join US shortly. He happened to win a National Championship and Oh by the way a super bowl as well coming up on N._F._l.. Live will break down position by position which college produces the best quarterback Oklahoma has the number one overall pick the last two years we have the top ten plays all the N._F._l.. Superstars when they were in college and answering big question which school produces the best all time N._F._l.. Talent we had to ask the players themselves to kick things off. We're the first pick quarterback Oklahoma Viva say Oklahoma Alabama Clemson because proven it is one atop factory the Ohio state highest in Alabama. 'cause I never lost beat out. You really can't understand it into your inside. Sadness programming is all about the you for N._F._l.. Because of Georgia in every aspect but I think L._S._U.. CRESA environment of gray competition and guys is trying to feed off of IT University of Pittsburgh. You Got Dorset. Dan Marina you got Larry. Fitzgerald was not a me show. It's about having everybody involved in working for the Sandal clumps in would cushman he's been doing. He's making people believe everything is possible for House is the best our stop it. Stop stuff well. Let's start shall we with the most players from each college currently in the N._F._l.. Alabama leads the way with V with sixty five players players followed by Ohio state in second place with fifty eight so we're going to debate these schools I in terms of who is best at producing N._F._l.. Challenge here's a tale of the tape on Alabama at Ohio state success since the two thousand draft folks tools I have had thirty one first round picks the most of any school while the Buckeyes have thirteen more total picks in the last twenty drafts but Bama's players have been slightly more successful in the league producing three more pro bowlers than Ohio St Louis Rick. Let's start with with the crimson tide. They're starting eleven if you will offense and defense current N._F._l.. Talent there's any question that these are both very impressive lineups that if Alabama can roll these teams out there right now now. I think they'd win a few games without a doubt. If you look at the offense aside outside of the ball the first thing that jumps out of these starting eleven are the two wide receivers look Julio. Jones is one of the finest athletes in the N._F._l.. For guardless of position he's in the news right now because he's about to get a new contract extension and he's really one of the he's one of the transcendent players at the position that this game the scene Amari Cooper the same way. When Amari came out of college? I remember doing his tape in thinking point honestly as far as catching one pet and run wide receiver. I hadn't seen one as good as him as him. In a long long time on the defensive side look they have fine players throughout the eleven here really that when you get to the secondary and you guys like Eddie Jackson Landon Collins I mean these guys are disband tastic players on the front dont`a hightower our multiple time superbowl winner. These are great great players right here. Make our way to Columbus shower of the to Ohio state you go to the offense side of the football. Look the first thing that jumps out without a doubt as Ezekiel Elliott because if he's not the best running back in the N._F._l.. He would be considered a top three running back in the N._F._l.. Wide Receiver Michael Thomas Really someone who was unheralded coming out of college. He's a tremendous tremendous. Pro will probably be the highest paid wide receiver in the N._F._l.. In short time then move over to the defensive side of the ball this this is where really this football team really kind of jumps off the board starting up Front Joey Bosa Cam Hayward those are two of the best defense alignment in the N._F._l.. Right now and then when you look down there at the Secondary Malcolm Dyson Dinkins Denzel Ward Marshon Lattimore doesn't let's get much better than that. All right Jonathan Vilma made his way again surly qualified to weigh in on this discussion. Look I mean there's a shortage of talent with either of these squads. It's almost ridiculous factory and a lot of ways both of these institutions but let the debate again a Ryan Clark. You can't pick L._S._U.. Just yet but when you look at this group what stands out L._S._U.'s better than both of these things we're gonNA get to that. We're supposed to be talking outlets. Let's be honest. There's amazing players. Neither one of them have a quarterback right before proven yet though little I mean why don't we always have to see something first before we can get you well Ray Richardson running back right you saw God compare that with you why time gentlemen we're GonNa play Nice Got Ninety minutes ago. You're the Glenn Difference from every other position that we're looking at okay fair enough now back to you Louis. It is a production results oriented industry. Is it not so it is fair to say seeing something. Does one believe they'll be success won't sure but I mean we're we'll see this is kind of like a combination of what they have done in college. What some of these guys have done in the pros in some of it's a little bit of projecting about what they're gonNA continue to do in the pros? That's how I'm going to expand it to that all right so at quarterback quarterback Dwayne Haskins I believe right now. There's no comparison as far as I don't care what A._J.. McCarron did it Alabama cows tape. Those Wayne has close exact Haskins is going to be a fine football player. What's going to happen to him? Really is going to be more predicated on what Washington redskins overall due to him then what he does to himself. I firmly believe that as far as these rousers overall look the wide receiver position Julio Jones Amari Cooper. Julio Jones's the standard if you go and look N._F._l.. For an offices and look in their scouting books books every team has a standard at every position that they put for scouts the suit for as far as whenever when their scouting people polio is going to be on that list for for many many teams he's about as good as it gets so skill positions at Alabama are awesome. The defensive players at Ohio State is what stands out for me as far as their front seven is concerned particularly their defensive line and their secondary Denzel Award Marshon Lattimore. You tell me a team that wouldn't take those two young men right now and startled. Let me ask you a specific question since you spend some time as an analyst watching these players at the collegiate level if you had to choose either of this group Alabama Ohio state who's players really got better or who took a bigger step forward than you anticipated when they got to the N._F._l.. Out To you to dance your last part no neither standout. They're pretty equal because watching these guys watching Jonathan Allen he played okay well Dante. I'll tell you knew who is going to be tremendous player defensive player C._J.. Moseley's same thing and then you go to the other side and you look at Joey Bosa Nick Bosa Darren like Malcolm Jenkins. I play with Malcolm Jenkins in in New Orleans knew he was going to be a study. He's Philistine but what is surprising how fast or House they defense is. I did not realize how fast defensive you think big ten you didn't big Brawley guys not so fast but these guys can move joey. Bosa also can move nick volks in Darren League. We know the Burner Malcolm J. Denzel War March. I mean that is a very very talented athletic fast fast defense. I thought I was going to jump in your rookie. I think that's a great question Wendy about as far as what teams teams have players that have gotten better pros. You look at Ohio state this look at their offense. In particular Michael. Thomas was a good wide receiver to hire Stayton. He's fantastic now. He's GonNa be highest paid wide receiver in the N._F._l.. Andrew Norwell most people wouldn't even know Andrew Norwell well what from Andrew Doorbell he right now just judge Moore Norwell can't open open some N._F._l.. Spectacular and even on the defensive side of the ball. I didn't think Marshon lattimore. I've liked Marshon Lattimore at Ohio state. I didn't love Marcet. He has taken his game to another level as well in the really own Alabama side you know how I feel about Alabama I feel nick and what he does and how he builds his program but really focus on their offense align that was just look okay and think about that question. Wendy Wendy asked how many players have gotten better how many have continued to improve Andre Smith may have his best days at Alabama. Dame's carpenter has really been good pro Brian Kelly the jury still out he could be a he's a good player. He's GonNa play already in Indianapolis D._J.. fluker was he ever ever really that guy that dominant guy no. He hasn't been Cam Robinson. Have you seen story so it's interesting because they're preventing people have been many people who've hit Alabama and said they get the best out of their players at Alabama. Maybe it's good discussion legal where people go by what teams there drafted so we look at Michael Thomas he falls into a place where he needs an accurate passer and he's one of the most accurate passers all the time also about the place you land in ashore and how they develop you ask Josh Rosen he absolutely he knows that all too well. I ten Hasselbeck. The whole point of this is to pick one of our producers here a little bit we talked. I'm going Alabama mainly change quarterbacks. Yeah I think looks great point about the offensive line at Alabama because so many of them when you look at them just in terms of body type you're like Oh my God look at those guys body type wise but like I don't know that some of those guys have come in and be like Oh and they got a whole lot better. We're obviously splitting hairs here on this ongoing Alabama Lewis Sorry Nick. Oh from a hustle change your mind or did you stick the way said one because I don't care if between Haskins hasn't played. I think he's I think he's in the saints. Stratosphere is A._J.. McCarron so I like that I liked it their offense of line one of the things that talked about how they develop those guys on the defense aside but they're fun four plus their secondary this going with them Ryan Clark you have to pick one while I was brought here for one reason in one reason only when the Knicks because everyone knew it my answers it would be and what Tim Hasselbeck has proven is. You don't need a quarterback. That's really he's GonNa be Ohio state in Alabama that don't have quarterbacks guess what we don't need a quarterback back and by the way you don't want our first off was good enough for Bill Belichick your boy to draft him as Tom Brady's heir-apparent draft. We thought they they went to L._S._U.. Because this guy has what they decided to we throwing the ball all around the field Andrew Whitworth he's played a thousand years. There's a Guy Jerry go look at the Neil hundred may has like negative two percent body fat Michael Broncos out. There aren't key. We gotta wait on them but it's are are you at the back of position. That's all we got mad. I gotTa get here all even have to work conviction when you spoke scissors. I'm sorry I just so tim. I love your twenty. Two question your toughness Whoa West I've seen because as you know what fair enough he's at Alabama alum landon dare you wait into the circus that we've created. But what do you have to say about this. Whole debate ain't Ryan got some good good good stuff going on say? I wouldn't question his toughness at all. I don't know why you questioned Ryan toughness. I saw him not got a lot of Alabama's always number one no matter Corolla tyrod. Let me ask you a serious question. You know obviously nick. Sabin is a hall of Famer one of the best ever coach this game but specifically what does he do that has allowed such historic success at the university. Steve Alabama <hes> as a coach he speaks for as a coach. He represents his players as players coach. I would say he makes all this coach. All the players are on the him as a player as a father <hes> <hes> and as a as many tried to teach us they'd be a man and a great play all at one time you know so he does it all leading. Can you please tell the people why you are now better that you have trusted your career training with the guy from L._S._U.. Hey right you agreed trying to grow been gone on gone for years
"philistines" Discussed on The Film Vault
"Of fire outbreak Air Force One the perfect storm and Troy Pederson undo. That's a great st- streak Pederson. And Finally, I was surprised to see the big gee had a pretty good streak with Charlie's angels one into we are Marshall in Terminator salvation g g Selva. You can't have on that list. I don't think we are Marshall. Michelman manhunter lasted Mohicans heat. Oh, okay. Not that weakens really know Dana day feels challenging challenged. Against time. What is it? You know, what daydream? You're so smug, right. And you went to we're at the end of the show is on the line to be you know, ordering onery. Onery has prickly. Prickly sort onic? Nick. You went to like, what was it journalism school or something you got the smug air about you? And you always like pride yourself on knowing shit and knowing facts. I know you like that. Right. And I think that a large part of your life growing up you thought movies for like Philistines Lewis are for people who don't like to read movies are know pop. No, no, not always seriously. So it's like you're cheeseburger, I watch diehard fifty times age eleven. Yeah. Because cheeseburger, right? They're not to be taken serious. Literature's taken seriously. I know you're making my point by San heart wants tired all the time. That's my point. I lived transformers. That's my point. But you wishing you love NFL. I mean, you don't take it. Don't take. It's you don't have respect for you. How Joey how dare but it's like your hamburger. It's not. It's you don't think of it. As a flight, you think of literature flay, and you think a movie popcorn. Interesting take. It's absolutely correct. Okay. And you're making my point but going I live transformers exactly now if transformers was in in in written form, would you dare read God. No, we see. Okay. It's a good point. You only read like homers tournament around on this. I think you don't you. Don't take plumbers Elliott a little better. I would. We all heard it. I would probably be I don't even know if I like movies, honestly, if I didn't have a fucking reading disability. They could maybe I'm going to far with that. But I've thought many hairs that I think the reason why I love movies is I love, you know, I got a lot of empathy. And I love like walking another people shoes and learning about things that good thing here, and I can't read too good, no house. So that's a quote from platoon so movies, what what I really grad gravitated towards and thank God. I mean, I'm I'm quite happy. But I think that might not be the case anyways. Because I'm such a visual person. That's why suck at school. I do. She arana. Ronna Glad. glad usual a very visual person. That's why I kind of funny that was in the audio world for for all those years because I'm shit with audio. I don't listen good. I don't pay attention to. Fucking audio. He'll. No. Yeah. Yeah. The spoken. Word spoken word. Mouse died is about who. The quality of the of the sound the words put together. Oh. Other words, I I dig the bride the words. All right. Let's let's get out of here. Into Valetta open. Twelve how long long's the show going on two weeks ago? You gambled on the upside at the rods may score is fifty five percent. Anders bid fifty three and Ryan sixty seven currently two weeks after its release through to score for the upside landed on forty percent, making Anderson the winner, I wanna movie lived in a vacuum sixty seven fifty seven. I can't be right. Well, let's because you let we both liked what it was based on much in touch. I wonder if that be live in a vacuum. Or, you know, it wasn't original movie. Critics would be kinder to it. It's a great premise. I'm not seeing the movie the trailer didn't look to tell you. You have not seen. Seen the trailers. Then look in the movie. Okay. I see at least one January movie, I'm planning on seeing standoff at Sparrow creek. That's going to be my pick. I think January one or two movies in januar- glass. January releases I will not seek less. What it looks pretty good? But it will gambling glass. Pretty fucking good. Well, you thought of a film? Yeah. I'm not gonna sign that. Okay. I'm going to assign. Let's let's let's let's get along lass..
"philistines" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Now, we always need to be clear, we're not necessarily advocating the idea that this is like a record of a historical event that actually needs explanation. But what these people have have had in mind so Amelia continues why would the arc myth? Choose mice and quote Imran's in the Philistines secret parts as a specific punishment related to the defiling of their patron. God could these two plagues have had particular significance relating today guns role in philistine, Ian, culture. This is a great question. Because so many of the answers were looking at it from the modern perspective, they were saying, hey, we know that mice and and in certain swellings, we can we can sort of build a plague theory out of that Vanek plague theory, but indeed like what is the the original context? Yeah. So yeah. And what would this? What would this imagery have meant to the people who compose? As the story. So Emilia continues in college. I took a class on biblical exegesis which refers to critical and scholarly analysis of the ancient texts exegesis uses historically, relevant, social and mythological lenses to interpret obscure, biblical passages. One of the first things you learn from biblical exegesis is the Old Testament is riddled with allusions to Sumerian mythology. I won't bog down the Email with specific cases. But the overall effect is a vivid illustration of an era fraught with interfaith lore. The bre hammock. Nomads of the Old Testament did not likely operate within the metaphysical monotheism, which characterizes later Christians Yala Judy in modern terms, we may interpret the Jews devotion to Jawa using a contemporary Christian concept of one all powerful existent. Daddy, but exegesis study suggests this conclusion may be faulty for the Hebrews of the bronze age fertile crescent, y'all way more likely stands as the supreme God. Nested within a culture of Sumerian devised. Polytheism y'all way is not the only God. But he is the true God and his communication with his children of Abraham elicits an important cultural shift in humanities philosophy on relation to the divine. I remember picking up on this as a kid in in Sunday school class. Oh, yeah. Because when you're reading those Old Testament stories it's clear that there are other gods. They are doing stuff, and yeah, you know, certain people may explain them away is oh with another really demons. But no in the text they really come off as gods. Oh, yeah. I think this is absolutely clear. I mean, this is one of the many cases where the bible as a whole the Hebrew bible in the New Testament, both represent multiple cities of the Allah. Geez. You know? The writers who are writing the different books and passages and even the stories that were compiled into these books had different points of view. And so some of the may have only believed that one God existed. But I think it's a clear strong strain of thinking in many books of the Hebrew bible. There are other gods. It's just that. There's only one God worth worshipping. There's only one God that that matters only one God that's worthy in that is the God of Israel. And so I think Melia makes a great point about us bringing are sort of bringing one theological context to ancient ancient text. Oh, without realizing that it might not actually be appropriate. So anyway, she continues assuming this theory is correct. The Hebrew people were well versed in the religious lore of their geographical. Heritage in this case day gone presents as one in a series of older rival entities, which always superiority lays low Joe notes in your second episode that day on despite his fishy. Reputation was worshipped as a God of grain and possible sexual for Tilleke taking this into consideration. A plague of mice notorious defiles of grain seeds past and present is humorously self evident more disturbing is the notion that the Imran's in the Philistines. Secret parts may not be him Royds or tumors in the anus, but growths on the genitalia Robert mentioned some studies leaning in the direction regarding a syphilis outbreak. But whether or not the ark of the covenant employed syphilitic biowarfare, the idea of disfiguring disease, which ravages the genitals of those whose patron is a fertility God smacks of poetic irony..
Here's what you missed at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show
"Was the one i really you'd you'd have the ferrari over the porsche out any day you know i met the head of porsche who said to me um very nicely someone came up to him when i was talking to him about the car company and then he tend to me and he said philistine he teaser porsche not a porsche you sit on a portion which the sunset you drive a porsche which is i thought was really good he was indian by the way he was a really really nice guy what else came out at the geneva auto show the kobaladze a family on brandon announced it's one hundred one thousand eight hundred horsepower be eight missile hyper car that we'll be able to do three hundred and eleven miles an hour i had this discussion with roma mike are from the fastlane carb this week why do you deed a car that goes over eighty five miles now why whitney exactly because 85 miles there is a legal speed limit in the united states because you can take him on the track three hundred eleven miles now i've never i've been over two hundred miles now and had to wear a diaper have you ever german across the state of texas nebraska hard threec i amazing nebraska the same way really my god anna why do they have speed limits of eighty five miles now i'm just saying like well you could see the cops anyway because so flat it's like field field bridge cop o so down i wonder how many speeding tickets they give out in those states all right when we when we return we're going to talk about pets and cars and super sweet michael mikhail from subaru.