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Robby Steinhardt, Violinist and Co-Lead Vocalist of Kansas, Dead at 71

Mornings on Maine Street

02:58 min | 2 months ago

Robby Steinhardt, Violinist and Co-Lead Vocalist of Kansas, Dead at 71

"Guess this is this is partly personal. But I have a feeling that I'm not the only one who is interested in this story. So I'll share it with my fellow fans of rock music. And especially back when I was really, you know, getting into it back in the seventies. And I've been I've been a radio listener as a kid from Cali. I can't remember 56 years old, uh, listen to a lot of great music of big fan of top 40 radio back in the late sixties. The Motown sound. Then, as we got in the early seventies, I got my little transistor radio and got into more of the Beatles. The Eagles as they came on in the mid late seventies, especially but also, uh, Kearney and wings and triumph and yellow yellow was probably one of my favorites. But this band also held the spot. The band's Kansas. You probably remember this song dust in the wind, Give a listen to this violent solar. Really quick man who did that Robby Steinhardt. The original violinist for Kansas, Also, a co lead vocalists actually sings Believe vocal on this song as well. Backup vocal Well, we lost Robbie over the weekend, he died from acute pancreatitis. The founding member of the band and a rarity. I mean, a violin player in a rock band. How did that all come about? My parents asked me to play the violin, I guess made me play as of island would be more accurate. I was the first chair in my high school orchestra. My junior high school orchestra in my grade school orchestra. Remember when Philly heart call me and he said, I heard you play and I wanted to find out if you wanted to get together and form a band. I remember being in Lawrence, Kansas and seeing him playing and singing, and I just thought that is a guy that I need to be in a band with. I've never seen anybody else like that guy. I've never heard anybody play like that guy and I've never heard anybody sing that way, Robbie said. Do you guys have a tape? So I sent him a reel to reel and he called back. He said. Awesome. I'm in that piece Audio from the documentary Kansas Miracles out of nowhere. Robby Steinhardt was unusual. He played the violin. Yeah, we have fiddle players. But this guy was a true classical violin player in a rock band and just totally helped to, you know to to forge a new sound, of course. As we mentioned dust in the wind, but carry on my wayward son, another favorite of theirs that I love playing the game tonight like that one as well point of no return. So the list goes on and on just some great music. Romney Robby Steinhardt dead at the age of 71 from pancreatitis, So it's a little sad news there for you, and I'm like I say, partly personal. I wanted to put that on the air, but I'm sure that I'm not the only one Alan checking in with me saying Thank you. You're welcome, Ellen. I just Couldn't let let that go by

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‘Kansas’ Rock Violinist, Singer Robby Steinhardt, Dies at 71

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

‘Kansas’ Rock Violinist, Singer Robby Steinhardt, Dies at 71

"A member of the group Kansas has died if you remember the song dust in the wind you're certainly familiar with the work of Robert Robby Steinhardt violin solo on the Kansas hit is one of the highlights of the nineteen seventy seven song the only one that the progressive rock band placed in the top ten Steinhardt has died at age seventy one his wife reports he died this past Saturday at a hospital in Tampa Florida from complications from pancreatitis she also says her husband and original member of Kansas had just recorded his first solo album and was looking forward to touring again I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Robby Soave Criticizes Leana Wen, Leftist Media for Blowing up Their Own Identiy Politics

The Dan Bongino Show

01:48 min | 3 months ago

Robby Soave Criticizes Leana Wen, Leftist Media for Blowing up Their Own Identiy Politics

"Robbie suave a piece he brings up a fascinating point. You know, Listen, a piece about the media. Being involved in misinformation and disinformation is honestly not particularly interesting. I'm not gonna Waste a lot of time of that on my show Media is lying here. Yeah, Great, Dan. Thanks. I got better things to do during today. Listen to you. Tell me the obvious. No, no, no, no. The reason this piece is interesting is Robbie suave. It puts a fascinating nugget in here. He basically talks about this? Woman, Leana Wen, who does some analysts work for CNN. He's a professor of public health in the CNN medical analysts according to the peace And how Leana Wen said. Oh my God implied it would be racist to entertain the lab leak theory. You know, the lab league members called misinformation forever. Suave. He has a fascinating point about that. How the left was so stupid in their rush to call the lab league theory racist. They were so dumb. That they actually Blew up their own identity. Politics argument. Check this out. Let me read the quote from pieces is good. So first. Here's the tweet from Leana, Wen's CNN analyst. She says. I and other Asian American Pacific Islanders are increasingly concerned that speculation over the lab league theory will increase anti Asian hate tweeted when How's that? Goes on. As we embark on a full scientific investigation, we must take actions to prevent the next escalation of anti Asian racism. Uh huh. Suave says in the piece. She did not explain why speculation about the lab League theory would increase anti Asian hate to a more appreciable degree. And speculation about the wet market theory. The idea is counterintuitive.

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Is Tutu Atwell Too Small to Succeed in the NFL? - burst 08

Daily Dose Football

07:21 min | 4 months ago

Is Tutu Atwell Too Small to Succeed in the NFL? - burst 08

"Now to god. The i know that you are extremely enthusiastic about Terrence marshall going to the panthers. Twenty seven th pick of the second round just a few picks after escorts from lsu tears marshall to the panthers. What are your thoughts on this cal. I'll pick it a fantastic lang spot. you know. I think i was super high on marshall. Probably highest of just about anybody in the industry All all college season. And all you know predrag and my my enthusiasm is not where one bit. I love the landing spot where some people might be turned off on it You know I know that he is not maybe going to be immediately. Be the number. One with robby anderson and with dj more there. But i think he's going to have a clear role from day one because if you look at his body type and how profiles ios not just a big bodied receiver he also is a a burner to i mean he is true burner and You know high jump. High catch radius any any provides the wide receivers did not do as your which was give a teddy bridgewater. Now is going to be darnold. But they didn't have anybody to score in the red zone. You know everything. They they scored was from like you know deeper out or the the running backs the mike davis or you know. But they really didn't have anybody in the red zone that they could produce. So i think marshall steps in right away and could be. I bet he has a real legitimate chance at leading all rookies in in receiving touchdowns ex year. So you know it's somebody that i like. As far as a talent. I think he can easier to age. Well in that offense because He is going back with his former college coach. Now the head coach of the of the panthers. So i think that this guy drafted him whereas he might have fallen a little bit in. Nfl draft because there was a little bit uncertainty right before the draft about some of his medical history. I don't think coach takes them at high if he has any type about about the about his foot injury so i think that this is going to be the guy that's going to be all help you. Now you're gonna have some flashes. He's going to be probably inconsistent. Probably a lot like a like. I kind of value him a lot. Like the where i had claypool asher whereas i kind of knew that there was going to be a lot of competition for targets but i knew that there was gonna be a lot of upset especially if somebody gets hurt And i just think that there's gonna be a lotta touchdown and he's a big guy when people start really understanding how much of a freak athlete is. Don't be surprised if this guy is being compared as maybe even number one wide receiver in this class next year. That's that's how upside. i see you know. I do think chases a better prospect but you know they were on the same team and You know even on the team with jefferson and chase He marshall was extremely valuable piece of their natural shape team. I mean he. I think he had like fourteen touchdowns or something you know. And he had costa twenty yard per catch average on the team. I mean he he really is a tremendous player and then when those two guys left last year you know he played over about a. I don't know about six or seven seven games. you opted out. And he averaged one hundred and fifteen dollars. You're talking about more leading devante smith. It was really. I believe tears marshall who bleeding the country in yards per game you know before he opted out and he also was averaging close to two touchdowns a game you know and this same competition is all those. Stc guy so. I just liked body. I can't i hate to sound like a broken record. But i really do like big receivers. It's not the smaller wide. Receivers can't thrive in that bayer wide receivers don't bust. I just think that when you historically look at all the body types of players that are generally over six foot in there like over two hundred pounds to twenty six. I'd say two to twenty is about the average. You know we get the top hand wide receiver fantasy for fancy standpoint every year. That's probably about the average. So i like my guys. That profile big catch raises. So i just feel like they're more consistent with a when when you get that's capable of being a possession receiver getting first downs and touchdowns. I i like their consistency versus having a field stretcher. We might put up forty points in a game lake. You kyle i am. I am feeling good about carrots. Marshall and about what he's gonna do in his nfl career. The only hold back that. I have with taras marshall and again this could be viewed as a positive based on what i'm going to say in a second is so terrorist marshall hops into offense with dj more lobbying said in christian. Mccaffrey already there. So you're already looking at the possibility of being the fourth target there in carolina which i deal and add that to the fact that sam darnold who i think everyone considers at this point to be in the bottom. Half of the starting quarterbacks is throwing the ball to terrence. Marshall this is this is clearly not ideal so short term. There are some concerns. I do think like you that he's going to be great in the red zone. Short term era. You're gotta be thinking while sam. Donna already has connected to robinson clearly. The carolina organization views. Dj moore's or number receiver cj. Metcalf a christian mccaffrey a year a year ago. He broke the record for the most receptions for running back in a single season ever. She has to view him almost as a receiver. At this point with the matt of receptions which is insane that he's getting one hundred receptions i think it was a year or two ago so that that's not ideal but dynasty football dicey football so not necessarily great redraft person. In my opinion but dynasty football is about the long game and the long game. I see in the long game i see turns marshall absolutely thriving because we don't know a five we anderson's gonna be in carolina long-term. We don't know what the scenario is going to be with. Sam darnold or with christian mccaffrey. Dj more but we know the is one of the best receivers in this class in. He is talented enough will were at some point career. He will get an opportunity probably sooner rather than later if not this year to really showcase what he can do and he has the talent to be a number one receiver. I love his size. I loved as a big bodied receiver. That's a great fan a red zone. There are a lot of good things about terrence marshall and so what i was saying earlier is the fact that not going to be good in the short term is almost a positive here for you as a dynasty are because now we're seeing him fall to the third fourth fifth round pick of the second round which is lower than it should be gone if anything. This guy should be going at the back half of the first half so now because the term concern that comes with marshall. Now you're gonna be able to go up there and gets terrorist marshall and you're not gonna have to reach from either he's probably just gonna fall right in your laps and you're gonna walk is one of the biggest winners in your dynasty graphs. Because here's a guy that has a potential to be a top five receiver in this

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Joe Biden unveils cabinet picks with Obama administration ties

WBZ Midday News

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

Joe Biden unveils cabinet picks with Obama administration ties

"In the nation's capital, President elect Joe Biden has named several Obama administration officials to be part of his new team and CBS News. Political contributor, Robby Mook says this is pretty typical have to bring in people with experience. That's one of the things that Biden ran on Lucy, one incompetent people who could handle the covered crisis, for example, but we're seeing new folks as well in a number of posts. You know, people to judge is a great example of that. Someone who came along After the Obama administration was over on. I think you'll Seymour as the Cabinet fills out in its entirety. They haven't even named all the positions yet. Meanwhile, Inauguration day is quickly approaching coming up on January. 20th.

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"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

04:28 min | 9 months ago

"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

"Opportunity. Once in a lifetime moment for zachariah. We were talking about casting. Lots drawing lots we were talking about takes place. We got into gambling. Somehow we need to bring it back to what in the world are we talking about. Yes well the gambling castle really gambling right because i'm not trying to make a profit money. See gambling would be you. Make a profit at the expense of others. But which i used to do years ago and not proud of but so other podcasts. For another another but okay so on average pop quiz. How many priests worked in the temple daily. How many priests required to do all the daily duties in the temple. I'm gonna take a wild guess and say fifty nailed it nailed it fifty priests a day nailed it. Okay here's what they did duties of the priest. You're ready for this psalm. Were better than others. Some were menial some were not. The priests are the tasks a well the task and some of the priest probably too but okay the task. Okay of salt for the preservation of the look at these job. Titles salt shovel sold shovel. Yeah that's not one. You want okay in a in a salt stall on some days. I wanna shovel salt okay. I can just do a mindless salt shoveling. Ask it would be nice if you do it for the lord right okay. Trimming the wicks of the minora wick tremor which one step up sold over two wick. Trimmer gotta be careful with these things. Okay the third one is refilling the lamps of oil. Now you're stepping up. Yeah so you put the man. This is that the gonna say. This isn't just any oil. This was oil. That has been anointed for a week reese and sat in anointed which is why the Hanukkah so important if you ever got provided a weeklong weeks long amount of oil and they only had a day and guy made it stretch. Okay inspecting the temple with torches at night so just kind of inspecting the temple and keep your guards inspection. That sounds like a job that could take place today. Even okay killing sacrifices taking sacrifices to the altar. now we're starting to step it up right sweeping the incense in the holy place now where. It's like a scary one. Like i feel like we're getting up there. That's one step away from death. You mess up on that job. Yes cleaning the blood out of the off the altar your so you got other words okay but one of the best task of all and this was the one everyone look forward to doing. We're task inside the holy place because remember. They have the the way this works. If you're walking toward the holy of holies which is the inner place where the ark of the covenant was where the presence of god resided and the priests high priests could only go in one time of year so follow me. We're gonna walk toward it the first place you go to is. The bronze labor lava runs labor's just to sink and one of the things we talked. We may have talked about this before god designed his tabernacle or temple. This is so cool like a home to show us that. His big home is a picture of our small homes and we should model our home after his home. I think about how god sets it up number one. He has a sink to wash your hands. Then the second thing you walk to as an altar god an in a sense of big barbecue pit where he's gonna barbecue sacrifices then you walk into the holy place okay. There are three things in the holy place there to your left that the table of show bread or the table of bread..

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NFL Week 14 injuries: Christian McCaffrey's new issue, Antonio Gibson out of practice again

Mo Egger

01:42 min | 10 months ago

NFL Week 14 injuries: Christian McCaffrey's new issue, Antonio Gibson out of practice again

"Injuries we paying attention to the bigger buzzkill of the week on the injury or injury front here christian mccaffrey. A third injury now. with the shoulder Following up now also with a quad injury had high ankle sprain. Keep matt. He's he's not gonna play this week hopes are he will be back week. Fifteen or sixteen. But if we have. Mike davis there 'cause they'll lineup versus the panthers rb one this week antonio gibson that looking good got exactly one. Snap against the steelers on monday night before you heard a toe injury we're gonna watch his status heading towards the end of the week. He's out peyton barber on the early down work. Obviously jd mckissic. We'll get the pr action there. The pass catching back. Josh jacobs unlikely to play this week with an ankle issue. You're out devante booker. last week. It didn't work out. I'm not very optimistic about it this week. Either if out to that's a situation to avoid to straightness practices for. Aj brown the study for the titans with an ankle issue. This'll probably be around friday. I'll be looking at the most on practice tomorrow but take out. That's certainly a big blow to receivers out already for carolina. This week have christian mccaffrey. But also without dj more curtis samuel kobe. Nineteen list or both of those guys robby anderson. He's gonna get a ton of targets brandin cooks. We thought he might have had a fifth or sixth. I think it's now six concussion last week when he ended up medical tent. It looks like it's more of a neck injury foot issue. I am optimistic. He played just fuller out. Top targeting group brings one more week before we've probably take him back from that collapsed lung case. Him hill. Jalen hurts madge. Up is the two quarterbacks this week and that is going to be a very unique football game to watch analyst

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"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

12:11 min | 10 months ago

"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

"About it. What does it mean to be blameless back in the new testament times. Yeah but more importantly can we live in a way today of being blameless before the lord and the answer is i think we can. We can live in a way based on the word blameless from a jewish hebron perspective today as a life that is blameless before god. We'll talk about that. We're going to need to understand more of that. Because that's a bit of a cliffhanger right after this break as you lead your disciple making movement the replicate network provides ongoing practical training and a community of like minded church leaders to help you and your church thrive each month. You'll get frameworks acuna. Any with roddy galaxy and access to online forums and groups. We will provide you with prayer and personal support practical resources discounts and benefits as you seek to make disciples who make disciple makers check out the replicate network today at replicate network dot com. And we're back talking about living blameless. Which if you're like me you're getting You know the the hair on the back of your neck is raising. 'cause you're thinking to yourself. I'm not sure this proper doctrine. I'm not sure we're going down the right path here but i believe and trust you're gonna lead us there so tell us then talk to me. Talk to me and help me back off this ledge. Yeah okay so if we look at the text. The text gives us the clues. Okay okay again. The best commentary on the bible. The bible is the bible. Okay so it says both of them so both of them were righteous and god's sites yes okay what is righteous me. Righteous means being made right before got who yeah in a sense righteous means they were obedient to follow the commands of god. They were beaten to live in a way that please. God yes okay. So they were righteous in god's sight living without blame there it is According to hear this according to all the commands and requirements of the lord. So here's what blameless means blameless doesn't mean perfect yeah blameless means that i know when i mess up that i come and make a tone moment and give an offering for my sense good so they know the protocol that god set up to be in right relationship with him. Now if you hang up before. And i said i believe we can live a blameless life right now you're probably wondering we don't make sacrifices right. We don't offer up our sense. We're not showing up on sunday with a dove. We don't even towing sacrifice with a sacrificial right and you don't do that. However we can live blameless life Through repentance after we said So in a sense blameless means we're living a life of integrity before got. We're living a life that is pleasing to the lord. We know that sin separates us from intimacy with gun. It doesn't is other seven. C send doesn't several your relationship with god that's intact. Yeah send celebrates the intimacy. You have with gun. It clouds the the voice of god. It muddies the tasting. And seeing of the lord in your. You can't taste that. You can't hear the voice of god so that's what it means to be blameless that you know when you do wrong You know how to make it right through repentance. Not with a sacrificial lamb on an altar in a temple in the old testament testament but with a confession to a perfect savior who died on a cross on on a hill calvary. The sacrifices already been paid yet already been made the once and for all continuous sacrifice in our life that we continually died once. It's applied to our live continuing okay. Let's move on now so it says she was barren remember. We're reading the gospels. right with what. We're going to use the term call backs. That's a keyword and call backs a callback is what chris. That's where we're going to look back into the old testament. And i will say this another word. I learned this from my rabbi mentor. Dr dwight prior Okay he's going on to be with the lord now but he was the one who really mentor me. Took me to israel retreats at center And he he. He's got a miniature. If you're not familiar called judaic christian studies j. c. dot jason studies dot org. Yeah show notes. Jc studies dot org encouraged to check it out but anyway he actually was. The one who turned me onto this idea called casher A catcher so a cashier is like a you ever hover over a website with your with your mouse. And if you're hovering in general with your mouse it's an arrow. Yeah right the little arrows writing. You know what i'm talking about if you go to a website that has a hyperlink What happens to your pointer. Yeah is that it turns into a what hand a hand meaning you can click it. You can double click on it. And then it'll connect you through the web like velcro To another website on the world wide web. Yeah so it's like connected underneath picture it as the page. You're looking at the surface level. Yeah but the doubleclick. Hyperlink is below the surface connected so think of a casher k. e. s. h. e. r. Keshavan connection yeah as a hyperlink or velcro okay. To other connections of the tax now. The new testament is connected to the old testament and the problem with us as new testament christians. Yeah is chris. We simply don't know the old testament right and we've talked about this before and but people we don't know the old so we rarely appreciate the new or really fully. Don't understand the new. Yeah okay so what. We're looking for our call backs we're reading the new through the through through the understanding of the old And we're giving the you know what was concealed in the old we used to say seminary was revealed in the new Concealed ol- old testament revealed in the new. So what we're looking for for these callback. Some guy now. Some of them are in bold nola side. Note if you have a bible and normally when your bible has a bold text and normally that is a connection to the old testament that the translator is for you or if you have a reference bible lots in the middle of the page you'll see connections open a letter there and reference back to where it's at the royal treasury of scripture scripture knowledge of the old book that was the old book with. That's where all these middle. Did you know that all these middle connection interview. But i've used as middle middle connection. Money has done the hard work. But here's the thing. I'm gonna go out. Go out and say there are double. If not the connections that are listed on in these reference points that we simply don't know about that are made with just phrases or words. Yeah and what we're gonna show you one right here. We're going to do this author of you like this kind of study. This would be higher. Bible study from here on the word barron immediately. When you hear the word barron in the sentence with elizabeth automatically you think back to a few women in the old testament who had godly men would go on to me. Use miley by god. Yes okay can you name those five. I can but i have a chichi. Okay chichi i will say i would've guessed sarah. Okay sarah i mean that's kind of the common one you're looking at the we also have rachel. Yes hannah rebecca and then the one. I never would have guessed if it wasn't on the chichi samson's mom yeah that one is. Do we know the name of samson's mom on my cheat sheet. It says samson's We don't know so we have sarah. Let's doom in order. Sarah rebecca rachel all three of the patriarchs wives and all three of them were baron till later in life some of them till way later in even sarah laughing at ninety years old going to have a baby so you have this this this rhythm in the old testament of a woman being barren waiting on the lord producing a man of god samson man of god samuel man of gun. Isaac jacob mental. Okay so joseph. Rachel man of god. Yeah okay so you automatically start to think okay. I know of person another woman the old testament that's going to have a great man of god so it's setting up for this now. Another thing. I want to talk about with the area of calling. Back is being blameless when we think of the old testament jewish people and the new testament christians right. We sometimes have wrongly categorized them into false categories of how a person can be saved. Yeah so in our minds. We think and i used to think this to the jewish people get saved one way in the old testament. The christians get saved another way in the new testament. Have you heard this before jonathan. Just just pulling the room. No no have you heard the other part. Have you heard otherwise. Like jews get saved one way. Christians could save another way. That's what i heard You know jews have to work to be say they follow that all dirty nasty law. it's overbearing domineering. And then christians get say by what colton to you know by faith. Yes they got saved by law rules. Works works yeah anybody anybody listening for her this for like jews get say by works in law. We get saved as christians by faith in the new testament. Thank god for the new covenant. Golly that all that was all burdensome and overwhelming and what. We'll do next week. Because i don't know if we have time to unpack this christmas getting very very nervous now. I'm happy to go along on the podcasts. If we need to. But i will say this to leave you hanging. We'll pick this up next week. I will say this. And here's a little secret. It is not different. God is not a god of confusion. Your god is a god. He's the same yesterday today and forever. Aren't you glad we don't serve a god who decides to change the rules One he sends his son. I chosen people. The jewish nation the apple of my eye. He says you know i have. I have gotten together like a mother with her. Her chicks together have sheltered you from the from the most high. I mean. you're my chosen people. We're going to throw all that out. My son comes out. We're gonna flip the script. Pull the rug out now. You've got to follow a whole new system. Yeah and save and redeem. That's not how god works and so next week we'll talk and unpack. What does it mean to be safe in the old testament. And how do you follow through with salvation. I'm excited to learn about that as we continue through the gospels. Here and season. Three of making disciples podcasts with a gallon. If you have a chance text a friend to take a listen if you enjoy the podcast rate us on wherever you get your podcast download and listen and as always. Thanks for joining us. Can't wait to get into next week until then bye-bye.

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"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

02:26 min | 10 months ago

"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

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"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

07:44 min | 10 months ago

"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

"Today on the podcast. We continue through this three working through the new testament working through the gospels and focusing on the gospels. we're continuing through the book of matthew. And i'm excited about today's title. Today's topic from moses to messiah and looking through the book of matthew with some different things in mind. I will say i've i've heard some of this top before and i'm pretty excited about what we're gonna find out today okay. I'm clueless about it. I'll just go out and say that right off the gate okay. Well good thing is restarting off the same every week if i feel like if i know the answers that just won't be as fun knows true. The journey needs to be enjoyable as well. Yeah you're only with us. We want to learn and we wanna have fun. So let's just dive right in will. Last week we talked a little bit about the different Ways matthew kind of breaks down and and that was a great inside but this week. We're going to look at well. I'm gonna let you talk about you. Tell us exactly. What look at numbers to start with. Because last week we talked a little bit about numbers spy particularly the number seven. That's right for that. I talked about seven divisions of matthew. Yes we talking about. Talking about seven in the genealogy which we'll get into night we talked about seven petitions in the lord's prayer yes. We talked about the seven loaves of bread in the feeding the four thousand and we talked about the seven brothers when we talked about who whose husband will be yours in the resurrection. We talked about seven woes to the pharisee. And then we talk about seventy times seven. How many times you forgive the one who's hurt you now. The number seven. Let's not forget is not the number of perfection. I would've guessed number of perfection know in a sense it could be. But that's a lower level definitely. The number seven in the hebrew mind is the number of completion. Totality yeah finality. You don't need to add anything to it. It's is it any wonder that god created seven days of the week There's we don't need another day. Yeah we don't need six is is not enough. Yeah the number. Six is also an interesting number two because remember numbers mean something and let me just give the disclaimer before you start looking for a number rock and cranny and the new test well first of all. That's what you do. I do that. Okay yes i do that. The disclaimers importance well. I do that. Because i've studied this for so long that well. Yeah and i. And i even maybe overstepping something rather. I'd rather you look at all because the problem with with a lot of people is that they're not looking at all. Yeah and so. I'd rather you look and try to find okay The number six is an interesting number because when you find the number six it's always the number that's not complete It is insufficient. Okay is not enough. Give you a pop quiz in the book of john. If you're listening this is good for you in the book of john. Watch what account early on in the ministry of jesus do we find something using the number six. The number of six early in the ministry of john. It's a glaring thing in the life of jesus glaring thing in the life of jesus. Well now that you mention that. I have no let me. It's a web. I'll give you a hand. It's at a wedding okay. It's at a wedding six. Six things at this wedding that jesus calls for. Is that the six cisterns. Yes thank god you got it. Got it okay with interesting as jesus says and we'll talk about this passage in in in a couple of months but i'm are you getting excited thinking about this go because with jesus does is he go- he goes to a jewish festival starts his ministry to the jews and he's gonna teach them just i think with the number of water jugs for purification remember. They use these jugs for purification for entrance into a relationship with god acceptance by god. Jesus is gonna use those drugs to make the wine for the party in another insight. Weddings are always the signifying of the coming of god. The jubilee of god. If you think about it. The nation was built on a marriage connection. I mean is. We'll talk about this. Maybe one day but in exodus when moses comes down with the law he says to the people this. This is the marriage agreement of god that the ten commandments. The six hundred thirteen commandments. Do you accept and the people respond like they would a wedding We will do all these things. We agree in a sense. What moses says. He's the officiator between the people and god In a marriage connection. I wrote about this in my book here. Now in a marriage connection between the people and got so the nation is built on a marriage. The nation in the in the people of god won't end with a marriage. Where christian and jew gentile and jew will gather together at a marriage summer for the lamb for the signifying a perfect relationship with god. Our whole our whole lives are bookended with the marriage. And isn't it any wonder that the first miracle the first ministry assignment of jesus Is that a marriage. Wow think about that. So when you're thinking of six sister and you should be reading that go on because it's the number of sick. There's something more to this story yet. No here's the punchline. The number six means that the system that got you here is in sufficient. Because we're remember six incomplete. Seven is complete There is something. Lacking i think jesus is saying without saying yeah in the system they got you well okay. But that's not all that's extra that's what we're talking about today like that extra trying to do with all that was to give a warning you can look for these numbers but don't put too much weight on finding these numbers. Well i would say you could. You can look for them and then try to find some cross references and insights back. I've written two books on this on this very thing and just because you don't know who to trust and right so one of them was the forgotten. Jesus now has a lot of them and then here now which is the second book that few as well. Okay let's get into the number seven k. as we launch into the life of jesus. I also said this. I'm pretty sure last week that there were seven sections to the book of matthew. Yeah this is broken down seven sections we had the we had the intro section sermon on the mount section to the commission to the disciple section three yes section three we have the parables of the kingdom section for we have the manual on how to live section five we have the olive discourse section six and then we have the final parting. Words sevens all over what we're going to do now is get into actual chapter one verse one where we're headed. We're finally getting into matthew. So have you have a bible if you have an app or or a phone You can turn to matthew one one. Now it's better to see this on a bible or an ipad so you can kind of see bigger but yeah one of the things one of the things we see right out the gate and remember what matthew is trying to do is show that jesus is the new moses. Why was moses so important for the old testament because he delivered the people captive. He was a deliverer but they also referred to him.

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"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

08:30 min | 11 months ago

"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

"Today on the podcast. We continue season three season. Three we focused on disciple making for discipleship leaders. Then we focused on old testament connections. Really how the new testament the old testament connect and a lot of ways to help discipleship group leaders in their groups and really just anyone listening broaden their faith and then and understanding of god's word i should say and now season three we're focusing in on the gospels and so today's title which i have We thought through numerous topics when it comes to the gospels. Because where do you start last week. I think we started well with with breaking down what the good news of the gospel are this week. We're focusing more on the details of those gospels. Like who were they written to. What the good news of the gospel is what is it. What is the good news at the gas. Yeah what is the good news. The last week just to recap we talked about. Good news is the word gospel. Yes a herald would come through town and proclaim this good news. Obviously we're proclaiming a different kind of good news. Not just a king. That's coming to overtake right. Enemies where we're talking about a savior who's come to redeem the world and you gotta remember for them. Good news was not and we got to change. our thinking. good news was not just. I have a place in heaven turn ity and the spiritual buying by my name's called up on the rolling. Yes in the yonder. I'll be there. You know that that is not that was not what jesus meant when he said repent for the kingdom of heaven is near. Yeah that's not. What john when he said repent for the kingdom of heaven is near. They're talking about they're talking about that sacred overlap between the temporal and the eternal between the here and now in there. And then you're talking about the kingdom of god and the kingdom of the world overlapping that sacred thin line between both of them. So i would say that's what we're talking about. What the good news. Good news is you. Don't have to wait. It's now and that's what the and our titles as wire the gospels important. It's good and and i think the thing that's so interesting. Is you mentioned it there. The kingdom is near. It seems like israel wanted a king. That was our priority. That's all they want it. God gave them a king and saw he said vaughn. I'll answer your prayer. That didn't work out so well for them. And then the interesting thing to me is even today in our current culture. It seems like we put an emphasis on the leadership of man above the leadership of god in our lives. Oftentimes we do the same thing that i think of politics. Think about think about government officials if we can just get the quote unquote right guy or girl rafts. Everything will change. That's right when we should be thinking. And and that's what's so cool about the good news the good news. Obviously we as we defined it last week and as we continue to press into today and understanding why it's so important. The good news changes. Everything doesn't just change our destiny after we die you. If you hang with us today. I promise you you're gonna learn some stuff you've never heard before i promise you We have mind some nuggets for you. Time right let's let's dive right waiting waiting. Why are we waiting. Okay let's start with the four gospels and we'll define them just briefly and then we'll kind of mill down drill down after that okay. The first one we'll start with is john. Let's start with john. Because he's the furthest out he is unlike any other gospel before. And if you've heard this before this'll be a review but promise you you'll learn some things along the way john was written last okay. John was the one whom jesus loved. Obviously in jesus had a special relationship with john. John is writing for a specific purpose. So he's gonna write symbolically. He's gonna use metaphor he's gonna use. What the jewish people call gha macchia my talk about this in a moment but camacho is the study of numbers in the bible now before we get any further. I'm not talking about the bible code. We do not need get too deep into how all the numbers we're not. We're not talking about crossword puzzles. When christ comes again based on some equations found in the book somewhere. Yeah anytime somebody tells me. Can you believe the chapter of ezekiel thirty. Seven matches that matches the chapter of seven and with the same verse in our sponsor them is. There were no verses and chapters in in that day so that later they cannot be so funny. Okay but what. I'm talking about or the use of numbers. Yes god built the system of the world on numbers right one. God three persons Ten commandments. right. I mean you talk about three. Fathers abraham isaac jacob Two tablets. I mean you see numbers. Ori is a common three. Seven is a comment number seven days of the week. Twelve seven is the number of perfection right then. The number twelve twelve disciples forties an important number all through the life of moses and elijah in jesus and john the baptist so rallies numbers are significant. Okay and you'll start to see them as we go. John bills his gospel Around numbers okay. So you're gonna see. John bills his gospel around the festivals. Too so john talks about festivals. He talks about the feast days. Okay so. John is trying to prove a point. That jesus is the son of god. That's what he's trying to prove through his gospel so his is a little different. We don't we won't spend a lot of time on john but john is proving that jesus is god okay. He is writing to inspire belief in people. Right that's what he says. On aspire belief it's the most unique one and it's built around signs in statements. Seven statements seven signs. Yeah okay so you think about the signs of jesus. Miracles seven the statements of jesus i am. I'm the bread of life on the resurrection of life I am the way the truth and the life you see all the online the door. He talks about this over and over seven. Okay let's get into matthew mark and luke okay pop quiz. They are normally called something because they have the same material okay. It's a word that you've heard before the blank gospels. Do you know it starts with us man. I feel like. I should probably know it. But this sin is not syncretic close. Can you help us the sin. Sin nop synoptic see. I had it right. A tip of your tongue or my tongue. Wanted to take her again. That's a knock the gospels. And the reason they're called synoptic is because they are similar. Okay now this is a deep discussion. I don't have a lot of time to do this. But i will tell you. This scholars have have said there. Was this book. That was floating around. During the time of jesus. I mean after the time of jesus sorry. We can't prove this. Chris to prove this but i will say this. There's is interesting is very interesting. I wanna hear and there's a case to be made for this. You take it or leave it. But here's the deal. The book was called q. Or quell yeah well for source. So what people believe back then was that there was this source book that was floating around that simply contain the life stories of jesus kind of this big book that people could refer to and somebody wrote it down so they wrote down the feeding the five thousand. They read down the walking on water. Okay so this source. Book was the research for the gospels. So when people have said was this is the reason how matthew mark and luke can tell the same story perfectly. Some of them weren't even there during the story. Possibly like luke He wasn't even there. Mark was getting dictated to by peter right so this is how they got it right now. I know what some of your thinking. Well what about the inspiration of the holy spirit. And what about the sovereignty of god that probably factor sent that does factor in as well. So yes we do. Talk about the sovereignty of god. And we don't want to discount that. But i do think there's a case to be made that there was this this source book that was floating around okay. The first book that was written is debated traditionally. It was considered to be mark. Mark was considered to be the first now as we said last week. Your favorite book in the gospel are is mark because of the peter connection.

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"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

02:56 min | 11 months ago

"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

"Org / groups and we're back talking about why words matter how they're used the girls rule of first use we found out that love was in Genesis twenty-two too and alluded to that sacrifice of the sun which we find later in the New Testament John 3:16. Now we're looking at a second word worship its first use once again, I struck out I got three messes we but we find Abraham yet again. Yep. He go to Mount Moriah to worship again. Is this all that same story Bingo? How come Bingo? Yes. Yes. Now this is what I find fascinating about this two key words in our Christian Life. Yes to keywords. Yes. Okay the word Worship in the word love are both found in the story of Abraham sacrificing his son or offering up his son Isaac. Wow that worship normally in the Old Testament means a get this bowing down as an act of submission to God. That's what worship means..

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Why Words Matter: How Jewish Hermeneutics Introduces Words

Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

07:39 min | 11 months ago

Why Words Matter: How Jewish Hermeneutics Introduces Words

"Let's talk about a couple of words and how the Jewish language and this would be the final message or the final podcast. If you will in our season one or season two. Yeah. She's in one of the juice of Jesus right season 2 of the podcast, correct? And after this, I think we're going to just dive into the gospels. Oh man. I'm excited about that. Yeah the gospel. Yes Mother season 3 just as a precursor. Just thought oh this out to people will probably come, you know, early 2021. We may kick it off maybe sooner if we're feeling like it, you know gospel. That's that's pretty exciting. NY weight loss. I'm excited about that. No, I just found out interest find out where we're going there. Just get. Okay. So let's take a couple of words. For example, the way the Jewish hermeneutics of hermeneutics is a stud. Art and interpretation of the study of the Bible. Okay. So how do words work and how does God use words? Okay. So let's take let's take the rules. We call it today in modern seminaries or training the rule of first use the rule of first used. They would call it the rule of one or the rule of first. Okay. So basically what they would say is anytime Jewish rabbis would say anytime you see a word introduced in the Hebrew Bible in the Old Testament as we would call it a not a little taller but in the Hebrew Bible whenever a word was introduced first that word sets the tone for how it's used for the rest of the Bible kind of overshadows gives a picture of how this war is going to be used for the rest of the Bible out because when they realize is God in his sovereignty God in his wisdom is giving us a word at a particular point in the encounter of a person wage. Okay. Okay. So I'm going to throw out some words today. So you're going to have to get ready. I'm going to say right now. I'm going to miss every single no no and those listening you can participate as well. Okay play along and do better than me. Okay. So the range of first use we're going to ask the question. When was the word love used who the first time the word love was she in the Bible in the in the Bible Acts? Cannot just throw a book out. Was it Genesis? Yes. Okay. Okay. We're rolling we're rolling now. That was low bar. I gotta say. Okay. Yeah. Well, obviously we're going to go with the big it's a big book too. But oh man, okay in Genesis, so we're narrowing it down. What else what person did it happen in the life of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob Joseph. I like multiple choice as much easier. I'll still get it wrong, but I'm going to go I'm going to go with Josh Abraham was the choice. Maybe I'm going with Abraham. Okay. It's in the life of a party of two for 2 to 4 to now, you've narrowed it down. I get a 75 Rams life is from the 12 chapter 12 Mark wage. All the way until the twenties Sky 25ish. Gotcha. So I have to pick a chat. You gotta pick a chap. Come on a bigger chapter man. I'm going to go with chapter 15 close. It's not even close to each chapter twenty-two. Well the story it's always going to start making sense when you hear this and there's listings with Isaac. Yeah. See I knew the story. You knew this story. I see how the location Genesis 22. Okay. And this is a pivotal Story by the way, if we're talking about the the the pivotal store in the life of Abraham, maybe in the life of the entire Torah is the sacrifice or the offering of Isaac to the Lord because it foreshadows the offering of God son Jesus as the sacrifice. Once it froze powerful. There's so many connections and maybe we'll have time to do that one day but there's so many connections between the two. Okay in Genesis twenty-two the word love is introduced for the very first time and basically what Scholars are saying, is this the way the fog Abraham loved his son was a unconditional sacrificial love that he had where he would do anything for his son and yet God called him to give up the very thing he loved he says his one and only son whom he loved God calls him to give up the very son. He let the one he waited for for twenty-five years the son who stole promise of the Covenant relationship the son who's going to be the descendant for all of the Nations to follow one day this son. Hm the one son and God says that kind of love is the same kind of love I have from my one and only son John chapter 3 verse 16 for God so loved the world history and then say God love to where it says God so loved the world that we had that a lot of translations because this is a this is an amazing love. Yeah. This is a an endless love God so loved the world. He gave us only begotten son and so is dead. She's not in the Greek, but God loved the world. He gave his only begotten son. Whoever believes in him shall not perish. We know that verse. Okay. So the first occurrence of the word love is in Genesis twenty-two and it gives us a picture of or shadowing of Love. Okay, let's do another word. Are you ready for another word? Yes. Second word is going to be the word worship worship now before you think about worship and why you think there's a lot of places in the Old Testament where you can see the word worship and people are worshipping worship doesn't just mean singing. Let's just let's just get that out the way right? We're not talking about worship songs. You can worship through song but that's one of various ways. Yeah, what are some other ways we worship we worship with our time worship with our time to give our time to suffer. Yes, our attention Okay, what else our resources money money? Yeah. I mean, I'm going to go to time talent and treasure just just an easy one. Yeah, the Triple-T that's right. The Triple-T the way we sang. What is there another way we read the Bible dead. We read the Bible. That's an Hour Worship prayers and act of worship serving which already serving is a big one service is the word is the word worship used in Rome is the connection of Romans chapter 12 verse. He says this is your spiritual act of worship or service to God. So service and worship are similar. Okay, and what I mean is worship isn't just an abstract thing worship is an actual wage is something you do in action. Okay. So let's go with worship. What chapter? Well, let's start with the book again. What book is the word worship found in for the first time? I'm going to get a Genesis again. That's a web page doesn't winter a lot of them to go. Can I go with Adam and Eve on this one? Here's another sidebar question you can but hold on, okay. It's interesting that a lot of these words are found in Genesis because the very word Genesis means what in Hebrew who? That's a good question. I don't know the answer to First beginnings beginnings, I think yeah, maybe I did know the answer that I was thinking about the word the word Genesis sit indoors or beginning. I'm not suggesting its birth or beginning. Yes boss. And so basically you have the beginning of all things the beginning of the world the beginning of man the beginning of the nation everything's found in Genesis. Okay, beginning of the language. Okay. So Genesis is good. You're going to go off now. I'm going to go with I'm going to go with a Domani. I'm gonna go that mm. That's going to be wrong. Now my dearie office. Keep going. My next guess is going to be for worship. Is it going to be I guess I'm going to go with Noah long that's going to be a hard note to that's a hard one. That's that's gonna really hard strike. That's right. No, it did probably worship God but not using the word Worsham.

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"robby" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

09:21 min | 11 months ago

"robby" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Want to explore something for move for we get back to your your story LNU you up on IMDB you've done a lot of music videos. So that was that your original calling. Yeah. So I I was I came to be known as a director of directed Natalie Portman Jamie Foxx direct produce people like ferrall smashing Pumpkins megadeath you know goes really long But yeah, you know I guess I'm sort of a Unicorn in the Republican world. I'm Latino my mom's a refugee and I made it as a director in Hollywood coming from nothing with no family connections and then decided the best most obvious thing to do was to come out as a Republican, which was not very popular in Hollywood. that. you know it goes back to the Dogma lives loudly within me I think that's actually a really great i. loved it Feinstein said that about Amy conybeare because it's a great line for any of us who fight for freedom fight for America the dogma lives loudly within us I believe. So wholeheartedly in freedom our constitution and our individual rights that I knew I had a choice. I had three options I could shut up in my business would be exactly the same I could the pretend to be anti-trump and I would make more money or I could be I could have my integrity and I could admit that I support trump and it would drastically hurt my business and at the end of the day drastically hurting my business with a small price to pay for my own kids to be able to look me in the I. Know that their dad had integrity to stand up for what he believed in teach them that lesson that you always stand for what you believe in. No matter what the cost is was the role of government socialism if you will but on a more profound level disgust in your home or just understood. It was I would say a Lotta the lessons were imparted by my great grandpa was sort of like a father figure to me and I would say that he imparted a lot of it on me and he he warned me a lot to he said, you know that America's great because of all these values would give me the set of values and freedoms and everything he said, but it's It's not it's not You know free from the possibility of coming under threat and you have to always remember how quick this happened in Cuba to people. Nobody expected it to happen as quickly as it happened and They don't tell you the truth up front. They don't say I'm a communist and this is what I WANNA do. In fact Castro never admitted it until after he had power. He denied claims if he was a Marxist up until after he had power and then he admitted it you know and we have sort of a weird thing in America where. They're actually telling us what they believe. You know you look at black lives matter the founder of black lives matter She said just as recently as this year that she is a trained Marxist and the Marxism, the goal of their movement they're actually telling us in. America which is a little different than Cuba. But he imparted on me that you you really have to be aware of how quickly this can happen in their greatest regret in Cuba was that they were so afraid that their friends or neighbors would be upset at them. That didn't speak up and that everybody there who ended up having to flee or who were jailed or killed wish they had spoken up. Famously and the parallels today when Castro was asked if he was a Marxist. As he's ascending to power, he said I'm a Catholic. That was his. I May Catholic. Up Talk About I. Don't know how you pronounce this in southwest Louisiana it'll be Boudin but chase about dean of the the new. District. In San Francisco, I was not aware of some of the details until I read this about him from you could you tell what's going on there? Yeah. So you know this is another one of the cases where the radical as you know you want his background I. Had Weather Underground Chavez's translator. You tell the story. Fantastic. He. He's actually a former translator for Hugo Chavez if you don't know who that is. Yes I'm talking about the Venezuelan Socialist dictator Hugo. Chavez is really a communist was you know that's those words are so interchangeable at this point he's also the son of two weather underground terrorists who were convicted of murder for their roles in a brinks armored truck robbery where they killed three people. After his parents were incarcerated, he was raised by weather underground leader Bill Ayers, who I think a lot of people remember because he was a fundraiser for Obama to later on So deeply ingrained with domestic terrorists parents literally our domestic terrorist raised by domestic terrorists and worked for one of the most brutal. In the world before he ask Hugo Chavez so You know this is not a ideologically these are not just. People who are little to the far left. These are ideological radicals. These are people who fundamentally do not believe in America I, love America and want to rewrite the constitution. It's horrifying to imagine that the world watched what J. and and Castro together did. To these people. And that yet it lives on and still has a shelf life I i. it's. For the people of Cuban descent it has to be. This. Sort of understanding it if Hitler were taking root today with say no, no, we lived through that trust me. We don't want anyone to have to live through that again and yet, and yet it's still seductive to some people and that's what I find. So frustrating. Why I think that's the interesting thing about socialism in general and Communism is that It always comes to power through romanticizing it and we're doing that same thing here in America is being romanticized and any ideology that allows for you to Romanticize it. Can tend to get pretty popular especially with young people you know conservatism has sort of a difficulty in the fact that it's kind of difficult to Romanticize In the same regard you king socialism because there's nothing in it. That's like, Hey, everything you ever could desire is free and is going to be available for the taking and life is just going to be so wonderful and beautiful, and it's all going to be rainbows and UNICORNS. You can't really do that with conservatism. So it's hard to fight them on their romanticizing side of things you know and in that way I think it's why it's very simple for places like Hollywood toback socialism ended back far left ideas because they're used to romanticizing things is a job you know. For a living. So in that regard, you know if you were like in Hollywood and you were saying sitting at a table, which one is easier to cinematic, we sell the people, it would be socialism all you have to ignore the fact that it's killed you know communism and socialism is killed over one hundred million people You can even you know look no further at the fact that the world's not serious about never again then China China has concentration camps right now and everybody's kind of just ignored it. You know so I don't buy into the idea that. The world would never let Hitler happen again or would never let you know a Castro happen again because we it is happening you know the world has allowed it to happen and that's been pretty consistent. So you know I mean even here in Tennessee, this is something that will be shocking people. I. Live in a county Williamson County Sixty, eight percent voted for trump and the nicest private school that my kids used to go to hear I, pulled them out they. Spanish teacher had a poster of Che Guevara on the wall because she thought that he was an. Awesome guy and wanted that year in Spanish class to change reference to how you talk about. Latino, people to say Latina Ex. Okay. This is this radical ideology is even taking root in red states in education. So parents need to be acutely aware of it and you have to not afraid to speak up and fight back and make sure even if you have to pull your kids out I I did it my kids are home schooling. Now because you cannot allow them. You can't take the risk that they're teaching your children to hate your ideology and hate everything about your family. Robby. starbuck this is a great piece you've written in the federalist, but I'd really like to see you get back behind that camera I'm more than happy to to see if we can't help you raise funds to do that because film is so powerful and you have such an impressive background on that. But whatever you do, it's important. It is substantive. It is significant and it is making a difference thanks for being our guest and come back and see US robby starbuck. Michael. dudes impressive. Old Dot King of dating. And this other Guy Michael Berry. From regular expenses to occasional splurges, there's a lot to buy why not get cash back every time you spend with the pen fed power cash rewards card you get cash back on every purchase that's everywhere every time you use it. 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"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

03:16 min | 11 months ago

"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

"It was the ultimate wage garnishment punishment carrying a water jug is like walking through Disney World with flashing lights on your body saying look at me look at me look at me. It was a big deal it would suck. Unusual very unusual, but the only other group of people who carried a water jug, there's only one possible cure for those are the S seen the essence of the ones who carried water jugs. So Jesus says go look for the man who's going to stand out in the Passover crowd with flashing lights and Sirens saying look at me look at you with a water jug off the man and I believe he's an S seen and here's how the final reason why I think he's a nesting notice what Jesus says to tell him. He says look for this but tell him this what does he say? He says tell the owner of the house the teacher capital T asked you yes, where is the guest room where I can eat the Passover with my disciples? Okay. Watch this. This is obviously we're out of town. This is something on your own study one hundred years before Jesus is coming the essence came up with this theology that the Messiah would be called the teacher of righteousness dead. Wow, they believe that when the Messiah would come he would teach them in all righteousness. So isn't it interesting that Jesus says because I've always thought I don't know about you if a guy walks up to me in a crown says, hey, we need your home for a big Passover celebration with the boys. Maybe a know. That's a hard note. It's a hard-knock and who are you again? Oh, the teacher told me not going to my house. But this man carrying a water jug acquiescence to this with no problem. He's like, it's almost like he says I've been waiting my whole life for this so they say, hey the teacher needs it. We're coming to your house to celebrate on your Passover to believe. This is the Messiah and I don't know if Jesus was in essien and probably wasn't but the S&P knew who he was and didn't believe any but they knew who he was and this passage shows the connection between Jesus and the essence. Wow, that is a lot down. Amazing Insight today. Hopefully you learned as much as I did cuz clearly I needed to learn a lot as we look at this topic and we continue the podcast next week do us a favor and pick up your phone right now tell a friend and say check out making disciples with Robby gallaty. Give us a rating on iTunes Spotify, wherever you're listening to your podcast. We appreciate it will see you next time until then..

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"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

05:16 min | 11 months ago

"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

"Number two number two just guessing just venturing a guess preparing the way of the Lord who both prepared. That was his message the government like that. One of the ones there's that one know that that's one of the ones you're thinking of that could be a form of a new one. But yeah, I mean you might have taught me one right there. But all right. I'm going to go ahead and bow out. I'll see you on next Friday No, actually, that's a good because they prepared the way of the Lord and John prepare the way of the Lord but that's actually one of the differences and we'll get to that boy. Yeah, that's the reason we think he's not in this book. Okay, we'll get to that in a minute phone. Number two. He was a priest and we already we talked about this last time John the Baptist was a priest. How do I know he was a priest you did the study and research. Well, who's this bar club? Who is this bother? I don't know Zachary. I've I've lost now that I've potentially provided an in science given nothing is given one new insight and he's off the beaten. He's gone off. Okay, so maybe I need to talk to Cole. Okay, who was his father Zechariah? Where was his father when the Angels spoke to him that he's going to have a son named and he's going to Thursday actually have a son named John. Where was he was he was not out in the field know he was in the temple. He was in the temple and he was lighting what incensed I have no app for some reason only blank page. This is Luca by the way, he's I need to read the book of Luke. He's burning incense. So Luke begins. He's burning incense in the temple for his Priestly Duty and the angel of the Lord spoke to him and then he goes mute for the entire segment. Remember that that is so familiar Iran. I remember everything. Okay. So John's a priest. Yeah, the S scenes were priests number three. What's another agent? I'm clinging to that desert one per okay. Let me give you the next two so we can speed up the third one is this they both prided themselves or built their Ministry on baptism both of them? Okay. If you go to the qumran area where the Dead Sea is and where the the essence lived. Yes, you will find many what's called. Mikvahs. Okay, Mick m m i k v e h. Now remember these baptistries that we think of our very familiar to what we have looks similar, but they served a different purpose. They use this phone number after Street for a ceremonial cleansing and they did it many times a day. They would do it before eating they would do it before worship. They would do it before reading they do before writing the scriptures. And the reason they did this is in their mind as they went into the water and they baptized or cleanse remember Waters associated with cleansing the Bible. They cleansed their hands what they've Worked with and they cleanse their head what they thought about they cleanse their heart their affections and they cleansed their feet the places they went so they ceremonially served daily cleanse themselves to prepare for the Lord now John takes this baptism idea another insight and when I share this at Long Hollow years ago, it garnered awful lot of emails to me personally. Yeah when I made the statement, I don't think Jesus nor John nor the apostles were baptized the way a baptized people today. I know I know people getting nervous now, but you've already said it before may as well say, yeah..

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"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

"So you ready for this when the veil is torn consider this in the temple and Jesus dies on the cross. I think what's Happening Here is which is interesting to think about. I think what we're saying is a loving father who is in despair over the loss of his one and only son and you see God in a sense taking his Veil His Garment if you will and ripping it from the top down as interesting doesn't say the bottom up another reason for that is this if it was from the bottom up then people would have said well the priest did it you understand. This curtain was like 20-something feet high. This thing was enormous. You could not get to. And do this people had to come in and say this is something only God could do and so God rips the veil. I think it's so cool and in The Ripping of the veil what we see is a father who is an anguish over his son his one and only son and I think four years Chris Christians missed that don't you don't you agree? Yeah. I think the number one connection there is God is saying there's no more disconnect. There's no more need of a problem between the two of us with the sacrifice of a son but those additional layers and once again just strengthen our faith and help us see and so I think that's powerful and so how does that Connect into or tie into stealing the priesthood now getting back to that original question? How do you steal a priesthood? Yeah. Well, let me give you one inside before I forget. Here's the word volt to look it up the word for the tearing which is the Hebrew word Korea k r i a h k r i a h Crea it refers to the wage. Of tearing ones garment or cutting a black ribbon worn on one's clothes. It's symbolized as anguish and despair. Now, what does this have to do with the priesthood? We didn't get the priesthoods. We'll have to do it next week. But here's what we did get as usual as usual. But why would you hire us history? We've never heard about we can't we can't rush of good stuff as much as we may want well, but here's the thing. It's going to happen. Let me put a. On this Antiochus epiphanes is going to lead a Revolt that many of you as Western cross Americans have heard about but you don't know much about and the name of that revolt. Is led by a family now. The question we're going to ask next week is we come back is What is the name of the family who led the Revolt to take back the temple to have a working Temple at the time of the arrival of Jesus? You have to understand for Jesus to die at such a time as this there has to be a fully functioning working temple in Jerusalem in order for him to die down as the sinless sacrifice for the transgressions of the world. That's powerful and I think as we as we continue to walk through this we have not yet found veiled to throw upon out there. We have not yet unveiled the the very interesting and Intrigue we some we've we've talked about some of it but when you hear this next podcast it is shockingly interesting and in the fact that it will also impact I think how you again read the word and apply the word. So as always, you know, it's it's Megan. Many layers not just one thing that we're looking at when we walk through God's word. Well, thanks for listening to the podcast today. There's hundreds of thousands of podcasts out there..

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"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

"So, basically, he said listen, you can have you can have your Jewish faith but let me add on a few other things because you're so close minded you people are are are so dogmatic about things you. So theologically narrow-minded. Let me let me expand your mind and he did it with four things Chris. Can you recall them from last week? Goodness. Are we really going to is my memory? Is Memory that bat? Yes. It's been on the A. Got Education. John, being in other one. Athletics. Third got. And entertainment being you got them all under. If I miss that when I would expect to be fired from DOT COM, you're not paying. Okay. So let's take a one by one. The first one let's take which is the big one. Is. Information. Informing, the culture informing the mind okay. I mean is this where is this where you're saying news or is this like means a information? Yes Media News Yeah. The what's happening in the culture but more than just information for the mind it's more of indoctrinating them with with pottery and rugs and spices and oils into he may say men and went looks so wrong about that. They're broadening their mind to owning things and having possessions and having property and gathering stuff where their homes in ornate. Then you start to see why the culture starts to connect distraction technique eventually. Yes. So here's the thing you go into a great city in Israel. which if you go with me to Israel, if we ever go to Israel anytime soon, probably Brad we're able to travel. Go anywhere outside of our hometown. We will go to Israel for to consistent consecutive years. I've taken groups to Israel and we will go to a Greek Roman city. Called Bait Schon. Beijing on and we basically take them there and the reason I choose. Because it has all of these things visually for you to experience a guy and what I do is I take the tour down the main street or the main corridor which is filled with shops, which is spill massage, Paul Parlors, which is filled with all these rugs and pottery that you can buy and I want to get them into the mindset of what was it like to be tempted with all of this stuff. 'cause you gotta understand prior to this the Jews cared little about what happened in the world. Why would you because you're a communal people you're following the one true God why in the world are you gonNA fill your mind with information that really doesn't have a berry on your life at least that's what they thought and so what? Alexander. The great citizens this let me open your mind. Let me educate you about the world. Okay. So that was the first thing that was settled now today. We live in a world where we don't know what information, right what information is wrong. In fact, we live in a world today where our kids Chris Think about this They have access this mind blowing. To instant information. Yet. They can't determine if the information is accurate or not..

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2020 Ruby on Rails Community Survey with Robby Russell

Ruby on Rails Podcast

05:10 min | 1 year ago

2020 Ruby on Rails Community Survey with Robby Russell

"Today will dig into the results of the twenty twenty ruby on rails community survey. So. Robby. Great to have you back and I'd love to start off by asking you why planet Argonne conducts the survey. Questions. So when I have to answer every few years, even to my own employees, like why are we doing this and so the the origin story isn't the first several years of employees, Plato Oregon being a part of the ecosystem we part of our service offerings was hosting for rebels, applications and. So two thousand I think it was two thousand eight to give or take we. We were we were realizing that we're lagging kind of investing and keeping up with some of the new ways of how servers and such were being managed how applications would be deployed, and so we really let's write a survey of the community to get a sense of how people were currently hosting how much they're spending on hosting and what versions of rails. They're using a bunch of other little tidbits related to that. So that kind of like help and we promise that we would share all the results of everybody minus everybody's email address. So that way we could be okay. Here's kind of like the state of the industry when it comes to deploying rail. So that was our first version of that survey and through. That survey admittedly, we realize, okay, we're way behind on a number of these kind of advancements in the deployment world. So we ended up saying we're going to basically kill off our hosting part of our business and we ended up selling that to another organization in we're just GONNA focus on coding related projects and consultative services there. So that's how it started. and. So two years later like Oh, let's do it again but we're going to modify to be a little bit more inclusive, just the broader community and we got rid of some of the questions related. We still keep that in their some of that in there, but we don't get into like budgets in the same way we used to we done so became. There weren't really any other surveys around the time that were really pulling the rails community to kind of get a sense of Persian rails you're running and how large is your team, and where are you and what gems are you relying on and which ones are frustrating to work with in what's keeping like, what are some of the challenges your teams having, and so it's became a thing. We started running every two years so that we could then share back with the community. And just to kind of get a pulse on where things were moving which tools. Use things in their related to what database servers you're using. And we can see trends over the years like their their services if you go. Over that time you could also, you can put the new survey results. You know you can go back to two thousand nine and compare every couple years and see that there are services that existed back. Then the no longer exists and nobody's using there's also scenarios where like I one point say squall was largely the most popular database in the community, and now it's completely flipped around where post grass is the most popular and I have some I understand why that's happened but. It's interesting to kind of see those trends over the over the years, and so it's more of a curiosity that we have in a way that we can every couple of years interact with the community and and kind of like catch up on a few different ways than than share that information back with the community again. Well. I. Think it's a fantastic project. You do a really great job of gathering the data and then turning around and displaying a very nice site in order to view that data. Of course, we will link all this in the show notes and listeners I suggest pausing the episode and reading over the results, and then we are going to dig into some surprises that I came across. A lot of the results were what I expected as Robbie noted post Gretzky while continues to dominate. The defacto performance monitoring tool and the folks that did take the survey which was over two thousand people wholeheartedly agreed that raises their server side framework of choice. So, for the one question, you are primarily building monoliths are micro services twenty five percent answered hybrid. and. So Robby, what circumstance would you take hybrid approach? So? That's a good one the. I'm always curious about. Work in the consulting world where we inherit and work on a lot of other people's projects and so quite often most rails applications likely unless they've started maybe in the last five take years. Are Likely to start off in kind of a Monolithic Forum. In Oh, let's move into a more of a micro services approached and so they start maybe. Breaking off pieces of it that way so I think it's it's. Just inherent in the kind of well, we WANNA start experimenting with micro services. So here's a segment of our application. We're GONNA break off. Move into do micro service. So I think that's that's how that comes about. You know I don't know if the I don't know what I expected. The numbers look like they're. In some ways I think I'm surprised that bashing maybe more not the more common answer like a higher number in some ways but. It's but I don't. I can't speak for everybody but it's kind of like my theories because a lot of evolution of iterating on an existing application like, okay. How do we start moving in this direction and then whether they're going to go like full micro services or Ni-, you know basically like strip back the core part of the application what have you but. I think that's someone of my theory

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Isaias downgraded to tropical storm over eastern N. Carolina

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Isaias downgraded to tropical storm over eastern N. Carolina

"Hurricane these ideas has been downgraded to a tropical storm after making landfall late last night in North Carolina it with eighty five mile per hour winds downing trees causing hundreds of thousands of power outages in bringing rain and storm surge that flooded homes and roads national hurricane center specialist Robby Burke says he say yes is still packing a punch with heavy rain flash flooding dangerous surf and now seventy mile per hour winds don't think that should be very strong and gusty winds that will affect much of the mid Atlantic and northeast again over the next day or two so don't be surprised if because the centers made landfall that it's going to become very much under tornado watch is in effect today from North Carolina to southern New England I'm Julie Walker

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Isaias downgraded to tropical storm over eastern N. Carolina

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Isaias downgraded to tropical storm over eastern N. Carolina

"Hurricane these ideas has been downgraded to a tropical storm after making landfall late last night in North Carolina it with eighty five mile per hour winds downing trees causing hundreds of thousands of power outages in bringing rain and storm surge that flooded homes and roads national hurricane center specialist Robby Burke says he say yes is still packing a punch with heavy rain flash flooding dangerous surf and now seventy mile per hour winds don't think that should be very strong and gusty winds that will affect much of the mid Atlantic and northeast again over the next day or two so don't be surprised if because the centers made landfall that it's going to become very much under tornado watch is in effect today from North Carolina to southern New England I'm Julie Walker

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U.K. 'Actively Avoided' Investigating Russian Interference, Lawmakers Find

Morning Edition

03:16 min | 1 year ago

U.K. 'Actively Avoided' Investigating Russian Interference, Lawmakers Find

"Parliamentary report on Russian influence in the United Kingdom is out this morning. And it's bad, among other things that says the UK government actively avoided trying to figure out of Russia tried to influence the Brexit referendum for more. We've got NPR's London correspondent with US Frank Langfitt, who's looking at this high, Frank. Hey, Rachel. I mean, I said, it's bad. It's that that the British government would be intentionally trying to avoid figuring out the extent of Russian interference. I mean, what can you tell us? It's well, it's It's completely damning people here. Actually, we've been waiting for this report for months. And we thought we were going to find out if the Russians tried to influence the Brexit vote. The answer, in fact, was different and definitely it was more unsettling. Stuart Hosey is with the Scottish National Party is also in the parliament, and this is what he said today at a press conference. No one in government knew if Russia interfered in or sought to influence the referendum because they didn't know want to know the UK government of actively avoided looking for evidence that Russia interfered. Why, Frank? Why wouldn't anyone in the British government want to know this? That's actually really easy answer, and I think the answer is this. It would have undermined the Brexit referendum. Remember the biggest decision of the British people in decades? It's already changed the course of British history and the person who was front and center and that was a guy named Boris Johnson, who is now the prime minister. So if you say Russia interfered, then it could undermine this thing that has changed the course of British history. You can see why nobody certainly in the government wanted to mess with that. Ah Stewart, Hosey said No one would touch with a 10 foot pole and he went on and said this. This is in stark contrast. To the U. S response to reports of interference in the 2016 presidential elections, No matter how politically all quarter, potentially embarrassing there should have been an assessment of Russian interference in the referendum. They must now be one. Okay, So did this report find Russian influence anywhere in the British government? Yes, it absolutely did. One is the Scottish referendum. This was 2015 when Scotland was voting for independence. And the reason this is important is from the perspective of Russia. Vladimir Putin would want Scotland to leave the United Kingdom to weaken it. It's the same reason why we know that he wanted the Brexit vote to pass so that it would weaken the European Union. But another part and everybody kind of knows everybody knows this, Rachel, But another thing that that's mentioned here is that London is such a Place for money laundering, and this is a really good quote that I liked, frankly from the text. Russian influence in the UK is the new normal. Successive governments have welcomed the oligarchs and their money with open arms, providing them with the means of recycling illicit finance through the London laundromat. So how's the British government responding? Not much of anything, considering what this report says. You might expect something more robust. Dominic Robby's the Foreign secretary, he has has a boiler plate response so far, saying Russia must desist from these attacks. And that the UK has defend its country and democracy and values from such a hostile state. NPR's Frank Langfitt in London. Thanks, Frank. We appreciate it always breaks it

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Spike Lee: a new black wave of cinema

The Big Picture

04:04 min | 1 year ago

Spike Lee: a new black wave of cinema

"We've spent past two weeks in a collective state of horror and anger over George Floyd's killing at the hands of Minneapolis police, officer Dirk, Shaaban, just one thousand unjustly killed by police. It's hard to look at what happened. Floyd, and not think of Radio Raheem Bill. Nuns character from do the right thing. Or countries fucked up needs to change. No American filmmaker has had the foresight or insight about that need for change quite like spike has. Some directors interpret the past some capture the present spike does both and he sees the future. Spent some time in the past few weeks. Returning to some spikes movies in anticipation of his new film to five bloods, it's a staggering body of work as wide as it as deep as warm and inviting as provocative and laden with traps ever. Spike isn't the totality of the black filmmaking experience and I don't want to suggest that, but for forty years he's told stories about that experience that have been seen more widely and discussed more feverishly than anyone and they still haven't been seen enough. Of the conversations you've been having with loved ones this month about the problems that people are forced to look at more closely police brutality, systemic racism locally sanctioned violence gentrification, tribal loyalty, the failures of government, personal sacrifice versus public good hiring practices, power, art and money spike was ahead of most Americans for decades on these issues, but while the stories he tells are frequently polemical. His movies are quite nuanced. They rarely tell you exactly what to think. Instead foisting contradictions and crises, interviewers, laps and making them decide. He crafts extraordinary dilemma movies inspired by the new Orrin Westerns and social dramas that he studied at Nyu and even though he doesn't force a conclusion is movies are frequently an intelligence test over the years, critics and audiences have repeatedly shown their ass immediately upon exiting a spike movie. For person like me seeing his work at a young age me up, helped me see beyond my keyhole-size view of the world, but it's not like spike wasn't relatable. He was the Avatar of new. York Knicks FANDOM! He was a regular presence on TV and Jordan commercials. He was directing music videos and frequently according controversy in the movie world he consistently challenged fans and detractors to reexamine their beliefs, and he always destabilized our comfort at sixty three. He is still very much a vital filmmaker. Twenty eight teams Black Klansman was among his most honored films and marked his First Competitive Oscar win for best adapted screenplay. Spike is a hall of Famer on this show and his work accounts for some of my favorite movies ever made. This episode is dedicated to those movies and will include conversations with a couple of his key collaborators as well as a part of a conversation that was more than I had on the watchable last summer. About Lee's nineteen eighty-nine masterpiece. Do the right thing. That movie redefines the term remarkable. In it! You can see and hear the pain and conflict. We're talking about right now. Watch it again. If you haven't really later in the show, we'll have a conversation with jazz. Musician and film composer Terence Blanchard a longtime contributor of spikes. They've teamed up on fifteen films including two five bloods, and he is truly one of the great writers of music for movies. I also wanted to share a conversation I had with the film editor Barry Alexander Brown in February. Two Thousand Nineteen, after he received an Oscar nomination for his work on Black Klansman they've been together since spikes first movie. She's gotTa, have it? Like so many great filmmakers spike works with the same crew over and over again, not just Aronson Berry, but production designer when Thomas Costume. Designer Ruth Carter casting director Robby Reed, and that incredible troop you've seen over and over again in his movies Denzel Washington, of course, Johnsboro on Davis Samuel Jackson Roger One of Your Smith Arthur Nas. Kerala Delroy Lindo is Ahah whitlock junior Alleluia Debbie Masar Ruby Dee, the list goes on. Later this week will be back with a review of spikes, the five bloods, which will be available to watch on Netflix on Friday, it's the story of four black Vietnam veterans who return to the jungle for some unsettled business, its reunion of sorts of some of those actors, and for it's a kind of mission statement about missions. Lastly. We'd like to top five on this show. Spike is made more than thirty feature length films, many of which are indisputable classics to cover every style and format under the Sun. Drama Comedy Crime Films Romances Documentary Sports Movies farce satire musical. He's really done at all. I would recommend virtually every movie he's ever made, but before I share my five year a few places, you can watch his movies just in case you're trying to bone up on some of the ones you've missed. Overlook along the way.

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NY man charged with hoarding tons of protective gear; jacking up price on masks and gowns

News, Traffic and Weather

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

NY man charged with hoarding tons of protective gear; jacking up price on masks and gowns

"Federal prosecutors have charged a New York business with hoarding tons of disposable masks surgical gowns and hand sanitizer the girls were found in a Long Island warehouse we're and we're being sold with huge markups the forty five year old business owner Robby Singh was charged with violating the defense production act and is described as the first such prosecution during the corona virus

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"I'm a Feminist But...' with Robby Hoffman

The Guilty Feminist

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"I'm a Feminist But...' with Robby Hoffman

"I'm a feminist but on my way to Seattle came from San Francisco on this lovely American Canadian tour. I sat next to a woman on the plane with such impressive breasts. My instinct which curbed was to say Nice Rack Lady. Nice Rack didn't say that but just popped into my head. I just thought that was a lovely pair of breasts. You and I very different politically speaking. I tried to explain my brother's Shmole. White cat calling bad shmole should construction. Worker in Calgary Canada Nice Guy in the world group of five girls. He showed me around his house houses. You see that they all look the same off the highway. They'll look like a construction off. The you're like who would live there my brother and he's could you believe we got the House so. I'm like yeah. He showed me around. Gives me a tour of the house? He's like I got to make the bathroom however I want. And he's like a bench there because Marianna. She shaves her legs. She should take a seat. Be Safe nicest guy in the world. Try to explain to my cat. Calling is not good anymore. He's like you're telling me you could see a pretty girl and not makes him sick sacrilegious. You're going to see a pretty on. You're not going to tell her plus over there at works. He's how do you think a lot? I was Mariana. So this reminds me of if you said. Nice rack to her. I don't know maybe it's because you're a woman should by the way is not cat-calling anymore. But because he's married so it is what it is out of respect for his wife. Yes loyal his name. Shmole Shmole schmolly numbered. I am a feminist but I like the joker so so I liked it. I didn't know anybody hated it then. I went online while I I didn't see it to have a lot of knock feminists content. I didn't even look at it. Sou- with regards to feminism or not. I felt bad for him physically. He looked ailing and There was some medical concerns. I had first and foremost as a HYPOCHONDRIAC. I was very concerned about his diet. I'm the smoking and popcorn lung. That maybe he was facing a lot of concerns. Feminism the did not come up for me on the list I mean. There's a lot of content. We're asked to empathize with sociopathic white men. Dot onscreen. I feel too many stories about a man who can't stop killing. I'm not saying there is no cycle of abuse and it's never passed but we don't talk about. It's not just a simple and every single time I watch something about a psychopathic man. Which is all the time. Because that's nine tenths of the content available to me on any streaming service slash cinema. It's always feel sorry for this. Man was deliberately being violent towards women but then he beats himself often then he thinks back to when he was a child and he was beaten. And you're like that's just not. That's not good enough. Thank you and we need to stop telling better stories because it's excusing a lot of things. And in my opinion if we had not been asked so thoroughly and constantly by Hollywood and television for generations to empathize with Whiteman. Doing everything and feeling everything and so rarely asked empathize with anyone else. Donald trump could not have been elected. Electable we feel we all feel for white men because we've been trained and trained trained trained and trained in a movie and I'll just okay. Sorry this that one got on. That really took a turn at the joke. I didn't see that being so controversial but it turned out to be very interested in either. I don't read nothing about movies. I was like oh I have a night off ghost movie. Come out ready to talk about it. My girls like what am I. O O Walking Teaneck. I thought no. Okay we'll talk about it anymore. I haven't seen it because I think it's GonNa be on it for me but I am interested because that's about a stand up comedian. Great Place Great Whistle Story writer also. I'm a feminist. When I came into the amazing NEP changed. I saw his indoor art. That was sort of stained glass windows and I was so blown away and I was going to take pictures of these virago backstage and I did. I was like this is beautiful and then I looked at what I've taken pictures of. I'd taken pictures of men astride horses. Thank Neptune the mythical figure clothed men astride horses looking powerful and women with long around on rocks and Avas like Neptune Theatre. These patriarchal pictures. So I said I cannot perform here unless they covered with velvet drapes. Well they could give me the photos and put new photos isn't it? The women are topless and they're giving away the art. I'll just cut the dude out. And I got not suggested that they be given a wears enjoying the art. And I'm not I'm not saying I'm Ben no way shaming the naked women of the Neptune theatre and I'm highlighting them if anything. I think if anything I think we should all get tops off join them free the nipple and say we stand with you. Women Ancient Greece in Rome. We stunned with you topless defiance because sometimes nice rack. Yeah

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Robby Anderson, Panthers reach 2-year deal

KNBR Tonight with Drew Hoffar & Kevin Frandsen

00:08 sec | 1 year ago

Robby Anderson, Panthers reach 2-year deal

"With former jets receiver Robby Anderson on a two year deal it's worth twenty million the deal includes twelve million in the first year of the

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Jets' Robby Anderson will go to Panthers

Around the NFL

01:39 min | 1 year ago

Jets' Robby Anderson will go to Panthers

"Wide receiver market is finally moving. So let's go through it. We mentioned The Panthers Moving on from Cam Newton while they welcomed former jet Robbie Anderson on a two year twenty million contract Schefter had it as twelve million in two thousand twenty. He reunites with Matt rule which little bit connect the dots that nobody else really done. At least I haven't seen it Anderson was undrafted at a temple but his coach at temple was Matt Rule so This is a I think a quality signing for any team especially at that price the word throughout December and into January and then Leading up to free agency was that Robbie Anderson thought he can get anywhere from thirteen to fifteen million. He doesn't really come close to that. But the Teddy Bridgewater Lead. Panthers now have a deep threat to do some damage

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Red Wings earn elusive win over Lightning, 5-4 in shootout

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Red Wings earn elusive win over Lightning, 5-4 in shootout

"Anthony Mantha and Tyler Bertuzzi each scored a goal and three assists as the right wing shock the lightning five foreign issued out red wings center Robby Fabbri opened the scoring and scored the deciding shootout goal to help the wings snapped a sixteen game skid of a lightning that extended back to February of twenty sixteen the lightning salvaged a point to stay six back of the Atlantic leading Bruins well the feisty red wings picked up their second straight win against a playoff contender due in large part to map this four point nine that's only moderation we have right now obviously to finish strong but to to play spoiler we all know we have a tough schedule coming up I agree team so if we could take two points away from them is gonna be fun for us Brayden point scored a pair of goals for the lightning who were playing on the second night of a back to back any count Detroit

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"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

11:45 min | 1 year ago

"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

"To make disciples who make disciple makers. I'm your host Chris Wayne here with Robbie Gallery the pastor of Long Alabama this church founder and president of replicate ministries. Today on the podcast. We are going to talk about having a monastic faith with an evangelist heart which is a pretty unique titles. A pretty unique concept. And it's an idea that is it even possible. Is it even possible? It's an idea that sprung out of A. I won't say disagreement a interesting conversation we had in which we on. The outset did not agree and at the end. I'm not sure we agreed either but we are going to take it to the podcast. That's what we decided to the podcast. When we don't know how this conversation is going to take it to the people and let them decide. What is that sounds like a news situation but what we want to do is we want to talk about the importance of studying. God's Word and being an immersing ourselves in God's word as we follow God but at the same time not neglect the world. So you were talking about some monks and I've always been interested in monks like I envisioned them wearing robes and eating really good food and just hanging out in a warm monastery the first probably right. I hear but there's not war. Well it depends on where they live. Are they wearing robes? They don't have either robes. That's what I wanNA know about monks. Why the robes yeah? I was a monk. I'd go Pajama. I think that was the I think that was the Z. Cavalry Cheese of the of the fourth century as it was in the nineties and American Eagle of today. I guess I don't know I was in an airport recently and I saw a monk with a little shaven circle out of the top of the hair. Yeah he had the full brown robe with the I mean it was. It was pretty serious. You know why they shave the head like that. I don't because they're eventually going to go ball and they're like hobby to probably not they're not trying to get ahead of the ball You guys guys losing his hair. I'm GonNa make this a fashion stay on the nobody can or guy losing his hair so I might as well just know they do that. I'm pretty sure they do that. Because it's a reminder that they're under a higher authority there's a straight beam into the head no hair blocking it contact from having. Yeah probably probably not. Yeah that's not. We may need to look at our fact. Checker to see Dylan to find out why monks and I know I'm GonNa say this wrong. All podcast munk or monk was it. It's a monk it's like uncle. Monk uncle manco uncle uncle uncle okay. Let's just call them from now on. It's like unknown. Say Sound as though that saying. I'm not saying anything. Okay okay. So here's what is the question. Let's see so the argument kind of started. It wasn't argument but just a good conversation. We had started when you were talking about these months. And the way you're talking about is you're kind of looking up to these guys and I'm not sure they're doing what they should be doing. And from my American perspective of someone who's grown up in AMERICA GOING TO CHURCH AMERICA. Being a pastor in America Looking at that fades and thinking to myself you know. What good are these guys doing closing themselves off from the world and in living the life of a monk? Yeah well that's what we were talking seminary a lot of us. Protestantism always frowned upon monasteries and The monks going into the monasteries or People who sequester themselves from the world. That's what we were taught in seminary these guy. This is the line that the the narrative is this. Here's a group of guys who are who are supposed to be out evangelizing and reaching the world and yet they have isolated themselves separate and apart from the culture. They're not sharing their faith with anybody and yet. They're chanting songs. Praying prayers and fasting in eating seven times a day. You know it's the spiritual equivalent of the home schooler. So that's that's pretty accurate pretty accurate. That's pretty homeschool my house also. I'm not criticizing but I would say most of the world looks at US and says hey you're trying to hide your kids in your house scared of the World. That is a perfect illustration. Actually they look at you early. And you've come up with something really insightful. I have thought of it that way and you said sequestered away from the world. I just thought that's okay so here so we here's a fun fact so we home school for year. I remember I said we as in candy mostly. I taught Bible one one one class a week. That was probably the advanced class it was it was Advanced Bible but one year candy did it. We were in transition of moving and God really put it on her heart and she did it now. Here's the thing about home schooling. If you're listening in you don't Home School. Then you normally have no clue at home schooling. You have this dresses negative perspective. Where King James Only? Yeah Yeah that's what you think you think man. These people are not in but the thing is once you participate in that you realize there's a whole subculture parents who really are passionate about their kids knowing the things have gone and learning things and it's not lesser than school or easier education right. It's actually equal to right but when you are a outside of it it's easy to throw stones at. I think the same thing happens in the monastery people on the outside which is most of us listening have always been taught. These guys are not sharing their faith therefore they're not of God therefore it's not a good thing and I wanna push back on that and say a couple things are not right with that lot. Yeah well I think I When we talk about monks let's clarify what you're talking about because first of all. I don't know of any monks around here. We live in the Nashville area. There could be some know where these monks at this. This monitor the Closest Monastery Kentucky for How the reality show I WANNA WATCH RIGHT THERE? Kentucky who lets you know the you know this is funny. They actually have a podcast now from the monastery. Yes yes we support that I may have. I'm a affirmative. I that I may have listened to many of those really yes? I'm going to go any further but did enlisting the podcast was there a southern drawl in the accent of the monks. It depends on what what monastery you're listening. Kentucky just sounds Interesting Yeah Kentucky WanNa judge well just because the monasteries in Kentucky for the monks you were like. Hey Kentucky's awesome from Britain. Yeah well I had. I've already stated the monastery by the way twice. Yeah Yeah you went to a monastery. Woman's this Two thousand two thousand three two thousand four. Oh Yeah Oh yeah. Oh yeah that's another pocket. Let's move on. We'll get to that in another. So let's talk about why we wanNA firm these guys. Now let me. Just say a couple of things on a farm. Let's talk about why we were not or why we say. And there are things we will affirm and and and Shied away from it. So here's what I would say number one is. I'm not supporting Or or saying you should go into the monastic movement at this point. I'm not saying you should sell everything and go do that If God leads you to do that I mean you. You do whatever the League but what I'm saying here is. This is a group of people who we wouldn't agree with everything. They believe. Most monasteries have their roots in Catholicism. Yeah I think people can be true believers with in Catholocism. Okay because I was raising Catholicism but I would say they would be true believers not because of the system. Watch this but be but in spite of the system what I mean. It's a system of works to stay in the grace of God. Now I've said this before and this is not a podcast on Catholicism but I will say Catholicism is repackaged Judaism at seven festivals seven sacraments priesthood. And the Old Testament priests and Catholicism Hierarchy System in Judaism hierarchy assistant hierarchy system in Catholicism separation between people and God and Judaism the priesthood. I mean you see the similarities. They sacrifice animals in the Old Testament as a way to have a relationship with God. Every Sunday you go through a Catholic mass. There is a sacrifice of the Eucharist. That's what they're doing with the Eucharist. The blood and the body They are having a sacrificial service of sacrificing Kreis again and eating the body and blood. Okay so there's a lot of similarities. This would I'd say you can be a follower of God and born again in Catholicism. Not because of but in spite of words but yeah they'll understand what Christ has done in. Die Parson yes and I would say the same thing I would say. There are save priest out there. This might catch some people guard. I've met a few I think are saved born again. I think there are save. Monks out there and following. I believe that I believe there are pastors who are leading Baptist churches. Who are unsaved. Ella can you give us some names? No but you by the listening. You probably know of you okay. So it's not just. It's easy for us to throw shade at Catholicism or methodism and then and then champion our religion church cries Pentagon and say we're right in there. Oh okay so there's there are pitfalls in every religion. Here's what I would say. There's something you can learn from everyone. Here's the point. I WANNA make him. We'll come back from this when we get back from the break. I tell my kids. That's all the time you can learn truth from anybody You can learn truth anywhere. Yeah you don't need the Bible is the. It's not the only book that has truth ended by the way and this is going to catch a few people off. Guard. I know you're thinking right. Now what is he talking about? The Bible is the Bible contain. Each truth is truth right. But there's truth found in other things. Yes okay I think you would agree with that. Like a science book might say. Hey there's gravity well that's true. Yeah one plus one is two. That's true that's right truth it's not Biblical truth okay. So what I'm saying is. There are lessons of truth and insights. We can learn from places outside of the Bible and outside of our our strain or or or are lane that we're in of Christianity the challenge for many people and this is always never been the challenge for me because remember. I was saved at twenty. Six didn't have a dad and pastor. No one in the ministry didn't know a church home didn't have any of that didn't have a framework from which you are working. Yes so I- naively would read different books. That were outside of the respected suggested books and obviously there was some wacky things. But what happened was I realized that it's okay to read outside of the vein of of of my Religion or my denomination. But here's how you have to read this and we'll come back to this. When you're studying the monasteries and you studying the people outside of your tribe you want to eat the fish and spit out the bones. You don't WanNa choke in the bones. A lot of people joke about you. Want to eat the fish and spit out the bones some books. There's a lot of bones less fish but they're still a little bit of fishing there other books a lot of fish few bones. You've got to figure that out yourself. That's a great and we'll continue to talk about that right after this break over. The last few decades American churches have produced plenty of converts. But Not as many mature believers studies show the of Christians don't even understand the basics of faith. But how do you tackle such a big problem? You and I wrote a book Robby Gordon. Chris Wayne wrote a book called replicate. The BOOK COMES OUT JUNE..

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What could TE Austin Hooper bring to Packers offense?

Establish The Run

02:14 min | 1 year ago

What could TE Austin Hooper bring to Packers offense?

"Was a report from. I think it was robbed a mosque. Who covers the Green Bay packers and he made you know at least the packers are aware that they need more pask actors? They reportedly planned to add two of them via free agency and the draft. And you can certainly get a bunch. But I'm not sure that the guy that he talked he said they're played into. Target Austin Hooper. I'm not sure that's what Aaron Rodgers really needs. I would rather see somebody more explosive. I don't know what you think about that but either released Jimmy Graham who's just Zaslov signing for them. I would note that Matlin. Flair was the Falcons quarterbacks coach when Austin who was a rookie in two thousand sixteen in Atlanta But Yeah I. I don't know I'm not sure awesome. Hooper is exactly what fixes. What's wrong with Green Bay right now? Which is clear. It's Green Bay at margin only feels comfortable throwing to Davante Adams. Yeah I think they're awesome. Hooper would be fine signing You give the packers a solid possession tight end just really reliable. Almost eighty percent career catch. Ray Can block enough from a dynasty standpoint. He would block J Sternberg who drafted in the third round. This past year in. I mean I really liked him coming at a at a Texas. A&m But you know. Yeah he he would be a big roadblock in the way of j Sternberg. I'm completely with you. Though in Syria I mean I. I think that they should sign two guys. I mean I think that Al Having Allen Lazard as your number two option. The passing game isn't good enough and I think that even if they signed someone like Austin Hooper. I think should go robby Anderson. You know I think that Robbie Anderson Opposite Davante Adams would give them Just a completely different dynamic in their passing game. I think that they need some any they I think they need an explosive field stretcher. And Yeah if I was. I would focus on a guy like Robin Anderson. I mean mark has vowed is scant laying in theory had the skill set to be that guy but he just did not take a second year. Yeah there were some reports from Our friend Matthew Berry had noted that era jittery like Salazar staff-related Allen. So I think they're going to add a wide receiver for sure. But for now I would consider Allen Lazard the front runner for the number two wide receiver job. Assuming they don't add anybody which then was certainly

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"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

10:12 min | 1 year ago

"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

"And encourage leaders to make disciples who make disciple side. Two makers I'm your host. Chris Wayne with rob egality the faster of long all of this church. Founder and president of replicates ministries today day on the PODCAST. We're going to talk about a issue that is so critical. It could literally alter the course of your discipleship ship group year the whole year. It should alter the course of the whole year the whole year or eighteen months or nine months depending on. How long your subgroup last? But the reality is one of the biggest question number one questions we get. We get it all the time and sometimes I'm even asking myself this question. Okay but I answer myself. Conversation is very short the dialogue so the question is how do you launch a group. Well and what is. What is the process that allows you to start right? Like you WanNa successful discipleship group and I am convinced that the first meeting the first week the first month and the first two or three months are critical to the success of your specific group. The things that happen because we've already talked about how to find the right people for your group what it means to be a leader what to use all those things but what happens that first week that first meeting and then even that first couple of months months to ensure that you have the most successful group you could possibly yeah. It's kind of like a runner if you ask a runner in a race. They'll say the most important in part of the race is the start. You fumble the starts and you don't get off the line and you're in trouble you're always playing catch-up so I would say the same word the same Mindset mindset works in discipleship so let us just walk you through with the first week or two or three looks like to help you have success in your discipleship discipleship. Let's preface that too because prior to the first meeting we talked about before having a pre meeting where you're actually calling those in your group due to be part of this subgroup. You're you're having them share their testimony. You're asking them to commit to the covenant. So that's the first meeting that's the first thing. Yeah let's just go with that. Yeah that's what I meant. Yeah we're on the same page so that first meeting which is the leading. But it's the reason I says they haven't committed to the Covenant yet true this could it'd be the last meeting for many of the people it's been for a few and it has. I've had people say that's too much work. I'm not interested in doing that. Versus opposite group. We only had that meeting. Yeah and it broke up after these were these were church staff members got you okay. Let's move on okay. So here's the thing you start the. I mean okay. Let me backup up right before the first meeting. So right when I do as I put right before I put the guys and I have asked the quarter before or the semester before to be in the group and I put them on a text message group after. They've confirmed that they're going to be in. You have to understand when I'm asking them to be in the group. I'm always raising the bar so I've had two guys just in this year's group that I've had to ask not to be in because they started to say well. I don't know if I can make it ever in my work schedules this and what if and I said Yeah. That's fine brother. That's great yeah. It's not that you can't be disciple. It's maybe this is not a year for you to be disciple because has of your schedule so you either need to find another group. That's conducive to your schedule or you need to wait for me. Another group next year and so and that's fine to tell people people again to be clear. That's not an indictment of the people you're asking. It's just not the right time for them. Yeah and listen. I've learned from experience when somebody says I may be the apple to commit to every week and I may be there every other week. No go it is it. Just drains you and it pulls the group now because you can't have any continuity when Coghlan's there once a month or dylan shows up every two weeks right. Not that they would do that but you never know you never know okay so the reality is you okay. So the thing is you start with that text group group and say hey excited during the group. Were meeting first week of January. The first meeting what I do is I do a couple of things number one. Is I start out by going around the room and and just giving them an opportunity to tell who they are. How long they've been a Christian? How long they've been in our church or whatever church there at right and then what did they expect to get? Get Out of the group This is Keith. Because you'll learn where they are and what they're expecting out of the group so I go through that and At the end of that a hand out the Covenant Avenue it and what I do for the remainder of our time together as I give them what to expect now. I preface it by saying this is going to be the most challenging Fulfilling victorious abundant year. You've ever had in your Kirsten life it is like a spiritual bootcamp. Yeah which you know which you know from the Marines are recon yes I would have said no if you had said that. Yeah right well yeah but spiritual bouquet. I'm not I get it. Sure they know the bar is being raised. It's not being lowered. Yeah exactly and what I'm telling them. Is You invest this year of your life into this. This This group and this season and you will pay the Ben of or reap the benefits for the remainder of your Christian life. It's kind of like when I was going to seminary yeah David Platt was deciphering. Me I was a new Christian. I was a Christian for about a year less than a year old. David said Hey. You ought to think about going to seminary Mary. Yeah and I said seminary today. I don't even know English well like like. How am I gonNA know Greek? And Hebrew and learned the ancient languages ages and David said this line to their forgotten. David said your life is like an axe. And he said two guys go into the woods to cut down boundaries. The first guy goes both guys go with a dull ax. The first guy goes up to the tree takes the dull ax and start chopping away at the root of the tree or the or the bottom part out of the tree. He said he makes a lot of damage and shrapnel and tree bark is flying everywhere but it takes him a long time the other guy decides to go to the far forest forrest sits down and starts to sharpen his acts for the next hour. The other guy makes a lot of progress chopping trees and you know. Treat three box flying everywhere. This guy hadn't hadn't even started but when he finished sharpen the acts he's going to be more efficient and more effective and he's going to get the job done quicker now. This guy eventually may get the job done but it's you can take him a longer ugly right so yeah right. So here's a David said. He said training or seminary or discipleship of any kind is sharpening hitting your acts. Here's what he told me for this. We told me for seminary. You're GonNa Sharpen your act for the next four years and it's going to prepare you for the next forty years of ministry and I went for ship. It's the next one year or eighteen months. And that's going to set the tone for the rest of your Christian life and I feel like there's a Abraham Lincoln quote in their real about sharpening the axe before cutting down three. I'M GONNA have to go to our fact checker. Also the director of replicate right who may eight then in. Turn go to his fact Checker Colton who will then come back to us with whether or not. There's Abraham Lincoln quote about sharpening his. Do Remember that quote. But I can't remember I mean I. I think David Black quotes are good but man if you can go. Abraham Lincoln transplant was good but eared alone. David can't grow a beard so I'll neither can I. Okay neither okay Eh. And we'll forgive you for okay. But but so you start there and you give out the covenant and you say it's going to be intense but I'm just telling you guys it's going to be worth it and and I'm GonNa here's the key I'm journeying along with you. Yeah so when you're memorizing scripture. Here's the key you have to say this. I'm memorizing scripture. When you're reading the Bible so I'm reading the Bible when you're doing here journals I'm doing here journals and we're praying for an hour a day when we'll get to their on our faces to speak to got? I'm doing that too. So you're setting the expectations in their appropriate place. Yes they're high but they're not insurmountable and I think this I mean so that that's the kind of stuff you're doing in preparation. Listen for that meeting and then at the meeting. That's what you're doing in that first meeting but one of the key things I think you said so important is in that very first meeting. You're not just jumping right in A.. And saying okay guys hear anyone do here journal yet. They've known Outta here and I would say the first meeting. You're just kind of laying down the foundation. And and then you're explaining the Bible reading plan so go through the foundation and then I'm explaining how to do a here journey. Okay it's critical just as a sidebar. Here it's critical that you're all on the same plan we obviously recommend foundations foundations new estimate. Those are great plans. We think we use them. We experienced with them. So that's why we'd say they're good but at the same. I'm Tom Whatever. The plant is you need to be on the same plan and then for scripture memory persa purposes. You really should be in the same translation of the Bible. You remind that's the two major things. Yeah you you need to be on the set. They can read the Bible in any translation. They want. Okay we recommend the CSV. We've been a part of this. ESP since the beginning We think it's a great combination of the and the ESP together and so you have that So we recommend see us be you don't have to read this ESP SP with with with the group but you do have to read the same plan right however everybody needs to memorize the same scripture translation right win and the memory to be able to encourage each other. Because here's what happens and I've done this before with the staff. One person's quoting NASA wants quoting ESP. Ones during the new king. James One anybody endo and so And if you see us being by the time it gets to your turn right you've already held your fingers in your ears because you don't WanNa get confused translation glaze. Well let's after this brief break from our sponsor today we're going to find out if there is actually neighbor Ham Lincoln quote ever GonNa Continue Navigating through how to start your well and incorporates on these tips if you want to have a journal in which you can record your here journals..

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"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

07:46 min | 2 years ago

"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

"Test. Ekg echocardiogram I have a Ultrasound tests done. I have the coveted stress. which if you know anything about that I've actually? We had this stress that it's so stressful. I don't know how people make it lives up to the name though. It does look at me stress test. All of those came back normal. Like they're saying everything's everything's fine then I go The doctor had the foresight to put a halter monitor in my heart now was happening at this point is they thought I had a hard issue. So they're putting me on blood pressure. Medicine Zenden blood thinner medicine. And if you've ever those listening now if you've ever been on that you're just you're falling apart because you're mentally not right. Your Heart's not right and I literally really felt like I was coming unglued at the seams. I thought I was going to pass out on Sunday morning. Preaching from the platform mid sermon. I would joke with Candy and I'd say candy. Here's the thing I could pass out because I don't know when it's going to happen and if I pass out I'M GONNA face plant off of seven steps right on right on the ground. The good news is is they will capture that on video. It may violence. Say the thing you're worried about. Is it being shared on social media that you're gonNA bust your head but the fact that that's going to be seen over and over again which I will admit I probably watch it. I'd watch too but the reality is I would have been the laughing stock of his. Here's his pastor but anyway so we had to laugh because it was overwhelming coming And I didn't have answers and you know what I'm talking about because some of you've been there if you don't know what the problem is. I would rather be something not no okay so we did the Halter Monitor which is a monitor of my heart. It caught dip in my blood pressure. My my heartbeat and My heart rate dropped to eighteen. Beats a minute the doctor said he was convinced he was convinced. The lead had fallen off with that means he said was. Your heart wasn't beating for seven to eight seconds at a time so I went in for an arterial Graham where they go in and they shoot Di di into your heart that came back normal and he said your problem is you need need a pacemaker. I'm thirty five years old. Pacemaker what are you talking about so I get the pacemaker. Put in and I thought I was heal well and just real quick. Most people think when they hear that. Do you have a pacemaker. And know your testimony like this had something to do with the drugs and the past. This is unrelated. The doctor said he said No. This is a genetic issue. Has I thought it was the drugs he said this is is a genetic issue is called a heart block and they put a pacemaker. And I was healed for a week and then the feelings came back and you talk about deflated. Did I mean I thought I'd beat this thing right back to normal. I'm deflated again. Okay so I start diagnosing myself. I'm up all night researching and studying and I find this board-certified renal cardiologists okay. Renal meaning kindy cardiologists hardened connected. I figure I had answer called him up to schedule an appointment. They said he's retired hired. He just retired no more new patients. Boy What's the chances of that my of course my assistant at the time Who used to go to church with this man says what's his name. I said You'd Never GonNa believe he retired. She said what's his name. I said Dr a rant. She said Billy I know him. Well let me call. It can make this up so she calls him him Causes home gets me a next week I go in to see dr a rant. And here's what he says. He's very different than any other doctor. He said Robbie and he was a Christian man. He said that I want you to tell me what your life was like for the past year. Don't tell me the symptoms. Tell me what you did and I said in two thousand eleven. It was the busiest year my life. I had just finished a two and a half year journey flying back and forth from two thousand eight to two thousand and eleven all the way back act from New Orleans from Chattanooga to New Orleans two flights a week two and a half three years to finish my PhD. It was an antiquated system back. Then which meant. I had to go to the campus so I would board a plane ten. You'll love yeah. I boarded the plane to Atlanta flew to New Orleans went to a seminar flew back to Atlanta back to New Orleans. I did that every Thursday in Friday. Then I preached on Sunday three sermons then. I repeated the process every week. In addition to that I had a brand new child writer who had colic and if anybody knows was colleague that's colic. You could've named him call it now that I think about yeah that'd be a fitting name Colic Kinda like J. Bash which you're naming pain okay. So ahead colleague. Then I had I finished my dissertation. I wrote my entire dissertation for my PhD in a month which don't recommend I finished the project I graduated that year. I had a growing church and in my spare time I decided to write a book so little busy. A little busy doctor Erin said what's your What's your symptoms? I said I feel overwhelmed. Lights are bright sounds or overwhelming my heart races. And I feel like I'm gonNA pass is out. He sits back in the chair and he says I know your problem. He so your problem is not heart issue. He said in fact you're having panic attacks. I said panicky. I said I'm not. I'm not scared of anything. My fearful. He said No. No No. That's not how it works. He said Robbie one is never gone. This he said just about one third of the patients patients that come into my practice for a heart issue or actually dealing with anxiety and panic attacks he says to me in two thousand and twelve. He says you have to take medicine Addison to fix this. He said you have a chemical imbalance praying alone. I mean praying will help and guide can change. He said but support groups and counseling is not going to change and I was a pastor. I'm like I'm like medicine. We don't I don't take what are you talking about. I I got a drug pass. I don't want he said No. You wouldn't turn down medicine for blood pressure. You internal medicine for cancer. Why would you turn down here? Okay so I hesitate took the medicine and Chris. I'm telling you within two months whole life changed. It took a little while but my whole life I changed and I got my life back. And here's what I realized. I didn't realize how bad I felt until I experienced normalcy for years I felt so bad and didn't realize it and I say that to those listening because I know there are some people here who would say I'm a Christian. I don't take medicine and I want you to know it's okay to go to a doctor. You're I'm not a lesser person because you are on medicine. You're not a smaller or insignificant Christian because you go to a doctor. That's not. Don't let anybody I tell you that people who tell you that have never experienced what we've experienced well and I think the message that that you're wanting to get through today is it's not that we we are not trusting that God can heal us because we one hundred percent believe that yes and that is all of our first choice of our first choice prey. Let's ask God to work through this and miraculously heels of that but it's also not to foolishly press ahead thinking. We don't need help if he chooses not to heal that way. And here's the thing just because I got a medicine. Listen didn't remove the feelings altogether. Okay so I got medicine. It helped me but since then I've been I've been down this journey for almost eight years now nine nine years and one of the things now I realize is I still have those symptoms. I still have those feelings. But I've learned to cope with them. Here's the answer to the problem. We're going to have to pick this up next week. Because I want to give the answer I want to give the antidote to anxiety. There is an answer. Jesus talks a lot about worry. A lot about anxiety in the sermon on the mount so next week when we come back. Why don't we talk about? What did Jesus say of how we can respond to it? And I'll give you a hint. It's Matthew Chapter six can go look it up as we prepare for next week. That's a good hint. Well as always especially with this very important and sometimes difficult top- topic look for people if you want to share this with someone who may be struggling with warriors anxiety. Please do that. And if.

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"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

14:04 min | 2 years ago

"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

"You've Sirius Radio and I don't need a ten and windows okay. That's how they choose a car and then with the sales does is they find that car and they say okay. Here's your package vehicle vehicle. Would you like yes. I'll take it. That's how people choose Christianity. Today they come to Christ and they say it's like buying a car they say how this salvation thing right because I definitely don't want to go to Hell L.. I want fire insurance. I WANNA ticket to heaven and if I can secure that then I'm good now. This optional obedience. That's not something I want coming to church. I definitely don't want memorizing scripture. Not a chance. discipleship groups live group. I'm not involved in that but I still want to go to heaven okay so we have created this culture where people have been taught if you say a prayer and here's the word faith then you'll be saved now we're going to do is in the time left. We're going to unpack the word faith. Because I think the problem with our Gospel understanding can be reduced to the word faith and the misunderstanding Zany. We have in our modern American Western culture or those listening overseas even a Western culture. Our modern understanding of what faith is because we think faith breath is what to have faith in something belief true. There's believe but belief is belief more action or mindset minds minds and the worst in American culture belief is like an intellectual ascent. I believe the facts of something right. I know all the if I get the facts right and I could. You put the right words in the right blanks. Then I I'll I'll be saved and so when we come back from our break what I want to do is unpack the word faith and I wanNA give us a more modern or I'm GonNa give us an ancient word in a modern field. I think it's GonNa really unlocked for us. Why we're in a non discipleship culture and if we change and tweak this it's going to change everything for us we'll talk more about that after this break? Free number three. Hate your favorite fact act checkered Dylan. Here or don't want to tell you about today is our equipping cohort that we have offered to you online. This is a cohort of pastors and Church leaders. That you can jump jumping at any time and what we want to do is help you guys implement a vision that is compelling. I'm one that your church can understand because we know that sometimes that can be tough. I'm we've learned and some things here with replicating at long hollow and churches in the past. We WanNA pass along to you guys. So in this equipping cohort. Here's some of the things you're going to get. You'RE GONNA get ten in different training sessions over a six month period. That are one hour passer robby in the replicate team are doing all those training videos and we want to teach you some things that that we've learned here that we think are really helpful for your church. Some of those training videos or things like creating a customized discipleship pathway for your church because every church's a little bit different needs to look different for you than it does for us We got the essentials of discipleship groups. What are those things? How do we make sure they're in our groups and then moving from your ministry from a menu to a map what does that mean? And how do you do it in your church. Also in addition to those videos you're going to get one hour online. QNA call with Pastor Robbie and the team every month we take one hour we have a little bit of training at the beginning and then we want to open the floor to you guys. Ask any MM questions you've got going on because you're gonNA run into things as you're implementing your pathway that you know we've probably experienced before you got questions about him. We found this. It'd be really really helpful format for everybody so far. We hope that you'll join in. If you'll go to replicate dot org slash cohort. You can jump in today and and we're back today on the PODCAST. We're talking about gospel allegiance and one of the things that we've been focusing in on. Is this word faith. And before the break we talked talked about how faith is kind of mindset and you're going to clarify what is it if it's not a mindset. Yeah so the modern versions of the word you understand faith and trust and belief are English words gay. Those are not words in. Let's just put it this way. They were not not even worse in Jesus's vocabulary. Think about that now Peace Dos or the word faithfulness or faith where we get that was in his vocabulary The the Latin version of the word faith was around but Jesus didn't speak Latin and a sense and Jesus spoke Greek and Hebrew and Aramaic. And so we have to go back back to what Jesus would have had in mind and Paul would have had in mind as far as the options to choose from when they're trying to describe what the Gospel is in response to the Gospel. Yeah okay so let's go back to the crucial text whereabout hawks yeah. Paul Talks about the Gospel and faith in one book. Do you know the word is not going to get. I know the statement but I don't know the book location really. Yes I think I know the statement along doing you know where it is. Gospel and faith. It's one of the pillar. Books of Paul boy is like the book as row recounting. Romans is only road. ooh Yes we're going to guess I would have guessed that really okay. But I didn't WANNA guess I'm not doing too well lately on my guest. Apparently by the Jersey Ah You make me nervous on guesses because you don't what Chapter One through sixteen I'm GonNa go Chapter Sixteen Close Fifteen fifteen one one. I knew it I knew okay. Here's what he said for. I Am Not Ashamed of the Gospel. Ospel for it is the power of God for everyone who believes I ju- than for the Greek okay. But then then verse Seventeen Launches For in it the righteousness of God on is revealed a righteousness. Now some people translated from first to last or from faith to faith. And I'll show you how I think I laugh is not in not the Best S. translation from faith to faith just as it is written the what the righteous shall live by faith now from a Western perspective. Okay I'm I'm using this to share the gospel with you. The righteous shall live by faith. What am I communicating to you with that verse Believing that putting my mental agreement behind what. You're how I should be living right agreement. That's a great great word agreement. I'm agreeing with you. which is part of it? You have to agree but for a Paul the better translation according to Matthew Bates which I think he's is right. The better translation is allegiance so now what he says in the book is and I think I think this is good. Say every time you see the word faith it's not always always allegiance it's kind of nuanced but most of the time it is and if you just change your perspective from faith to allegiance it changes the whole thing okay. So let's take this verse. Where is Paul in other pop quiz? What's early? Where is Paul quoting Romans one seventeen for the righteous? It just shall live by faith. Where's he quoting from? Does anyone know. Wow I mean I want to throw out Isaiah but I could be off. Okay MHM Dylan I don't know but I'm GonNa take a stab with Deuteronomy and see. That was my second choice Vic Green. Do you have a choice. Big Green is with us here in the studio. He's GonNa shout out his choice. Anybody have anything Colton boy. Jonathan tells me we are not back hub backing a back. Yes I was never joyce question six hundred sixty six okay. The sixty dollars. I wouldn't have probably already picked to. I would have chosen anything past the epistle. Here's the thing how back to five says. The righteous shall live by faith. Now that keyword faith is the Hebrew word. Amanda okay. Now we've talked about before E. M. U. who in a h Amona Ayman is a word that means faith in it can mean faith but it's more than that. It's more robust than that. It also means steadfastness us it also means fidelity and it also means allegiance. Now you're going to like this loyalties and other way to think got it the the righteous shall live by loyalty the righteous show live by steadfastness. Now the first time we see this word is all the way back in exodus exodus. We talked about this before but exodus seventeen. We find this word when Moses and the Israelites are battling the Amici it's and they're in battle remember this Moses's this is holding his hands up. They prevail Moses drops his hands they suffer from defeat and so Aaron and Ergot on side of him they hold his hands is up and it says they prevailed. And here's what it says Let me pull this up because this is an interesting insight here. It says as Moses assist hands remained steady verse Chapter With his exodus. Seventeen verse twelve as Moses. This is hands remained steady. That's the word. Ena they prevailed so faith is not just intellectual. Assent it is. It is intellect that that leads to action without action. There is no faith faith without works danger a whole book. Let me give you a word I think about instead of faith. Let's translate it as faithfulness. Faithfulness I think is the idea of allegiance so the righteous shall live by faithfulness. Now let's let's go back to Romans and this is an interesting way to look at this but look at Romans says Paul says for a machine to the Gospel the power godparent. WHO believes I for the Jew then for the Greek for in it the the righteousness of God is being revealed from faith to faith? Okay now let's take faith and translate that as allegiance K.. From allegiance to allegiance. What does that mean from allegiance to allegiance the righteousness of God Israel firmly? I think what he's saying. There is from from the allegiance of Christ to the father. We then then now have the ability to have allegiance to Christ thing about that. Changed the whole verse. I I was thinking about this this morning. Change overs so as Christ was allegiant to his father. Gay Willingly submitted himself taking on former servant. I and the father even to the point of death on the Cross Philippines too as Christ was alleged. Therefore we're allegiant cry so the question now is not. This is how I'm starting Orna. Think of this. So what do we do with this. The question is not. Did you say a prayer when you were seven. I didn't but yeah I'm just thinking about twelve. Yeah no for me. It was sixteen sixty okay. I was pretty young pretty young. I don't know how old I was Dylan. Do you have a relationship. Take Jesus Christ. Did you say a prayer. I did say a prayer but I think my life is reflected more than just. Hopefully you guys efforts for its now you see the difference. The difference is not little johnny. Did you say the right words and pass the theological spiritual tests when you're a kid..

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"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

06:04 min | 2 years ago

"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

"Really only have six or eight years with them when you can intentionally where you can intentionally disciple them to to be an easy say that some studies show that decision making and like outlook on life is developing before fifteen like. Oh main way that you're going to go so in terms of how you're gonna not necessarily believe but like the decisions you're GonNa make the way you respond to others is even younger well. Did you hear the new study last week. It said that at the personality of your children is developed before the age of four. Wow the pressure of that now. That's pretty scary. God disciple your three year old. I'll be honest. No you can't but but here's the thing they are watching and they're seeing what they can get away with and they're emulating that kind of personnel. So now we have a lot more to talk about on this topic because I think we need to walk through what the cycling your kids looks like we will. And so we're going to do another part two to this podcast podcast. But I do want us to just wrap it up with you kind of summarizing. All the things we've talked about here is really creating that urgency about being intentional with your kids kids you know and you know it's easy for us to say. Hey make baseball. Second make football second. Make the honor roll seconds but what I think the challenges parents and has appeared and I can say man. We want our kids to succeed in life and somehow mentally. We've kind of made it to where well these are the real things that they've got to deal with. And these are the things that they'll just be dealing with their whole life when it comes to spiritual stuff so what is it that we can do just as maybe even an action step to say what what do we. How do we have to shift our thinking to where we can can become more intentional as disciple making parents? Yeah and I would say okay. I'm GonNa tell you a story but before I do that you got me thinking about something and I was thinking. We are t the reason kids. I think one of the reasons kids today you know I think the number sixty eight percent is that right sixty five sixty eight percent yes of high school students. This is an actual actual fact. Highschool students walk away from the Ministry or walk away from the Church after high school. And I think one of the reasons the people to blame are the boomers and the what is a genetic now connects yeah. We're GEN-X boomers. The genetics and boomer generation basically taught our kids that football and summer league in soccer ball is more important than church activities. Because here's what you doing. Mom Listen by you saying we don't have to go to church. We can go travel for baseball. You're instilling in your kids. What's important at a young age? So why would they not choose football all games on Sunday night games on Saturday at the expense of coming into okay. So that's one of the prompts. But here's here's what got me when I came the long haul. I had a pretty busy traveling schedule with replicate. I would speak a different events and I love to do that but it was the combination of traveling and I wouldn't miss many Sundays because I would with travel on my off days so I would leave on Thursday. I would travel on Friday. I would speak either Friday or Saturday morning. Fly Back Saturday night preach on Sunday and and then I do that again. I did that multiple times throughout the year and I could do that in a sense because my boys were young. So when Reagan rider little I would leave the home and they would stand ended the door and they would say daddy bring me back toy. Bring me back at toy and they call me on the phone. Don't forget the Toy. When rig hit eight or nine he stopped saying bring me back a toy? Guess that's what he started saying. You come back I want you back. Yeah I want you to come back okay. So that was part of it. A friend of mine. Jimmy scroggins. Who's a pastor in? Florida came to preach from long hollow. I was in town and hung out with Jimmy after church and I asked him this question we launch and I said Jimmy. You're an amazing speaker. God has gifted you to preach and teach. I don't see that you travel much like you don't travel in preach much. Why and his response was? Because I have too many kids I think Jimmy has like nine kids seven or nine kids I think nine. Yeah and Jimmy Says God has called me I to be a father before. He's called to be a preacher traveling. Preacher I ah. I was pretty convicted about that. But Jimmy continued. He said You'd had enough but he offered little more I. It was unsolicited but he kept going and he said he said Robbie he said head I want you to look at those two boys over there. He said you're right now. People want you to come speak. People want you to travel people. Once you for their agenda. They're going to hire you for. Are there event to come help their event be better. He said they like you now but one day they won't one day you're going to fizzle out and then they'll be. The next thing comes along he says but I want you to look at those two boys ten date. They're gonNA love you the rest of your life when you're in a nursing home they're gonna come see you when you're in the hospital they're we're GonNa come see you when your life falls apart when all the rest of forgotten you. They'll come see you so I was still pretty pretty convicted about it. But Jimmy wasn't done. There was a third leg. There was a third layer. Apparently I'm a slow learner. So Jimmy walks over to the couch before we leave. He calls the two boys together. Up to this point they were flipping and jumping and fighting writing and therefore which is typical gallery home. Okay but at this time. By God's grace they're locked in Jimmy gets on his knees and he says boys pastor. Jimmy wants detail you something. I'm standing behind Jimmy over shoulder and Jimmy looks at the boys and he says let me tell you something you see this man right here He travels a lot he speaks. He's written books and you know people want to hear from him and he's got a church that he's ministering to but none of that means anything compared to his love for you and here's what he said to Reagan in writing. He said this man right here loves you to more than anything in this world. He wants the best for you more than anything. So what am I doing. I'm starting to tear up. Yep they say an emotional guy. I'm starting to tear up in the bag trying to wipe tears and so Jimmy lease and it affected me. And here's what I realized what. What good is it if I win in the Ministry of the Church and loose in the Ministry of my home?.

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"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"robby" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

"Week. They went to Sunday school through high school. And both of them are far from God and have no desire to serve him pastor what happened well and the sad thing is i. I was in student ministry for about a decade and through that time there were some parents who are intentional. There are some parents who had great heart. They had a great intention but they honestly felt like doc. The church is here to help me. Disciple my kids and the reality is the church is here to equip you as a parent to disciple your kids and so it's almost like a discipleship babysitting setup. I'm showing by the church. Church is going to take care of them. Just like in that scenario you're talking about and then come back and they should be disabled believers. That and eh happens in the home. It doesn't happen at the church and that's a tough thing for a lot of people and here's the thing if I can just speak freely you can't podcast anything you you want. Okay well let me say this is couched in love but let's be honest. Attendance does not equal a maturity. Okay just because you show up does not guarantee you're going to grow okay so just because you drop your kids off to church on Wednesday night and everyone's just because they go the summer camp just because they go to just because they go to dodge about whenever it is does not guarantee that they're going to grow and mature as a Christian. Okay so so. Here's the thing and that could just again. I'm speaking with a lot of love here. The greatest thing you can do for your kids is to put your time with them and intention to disciple above t-ball I tell you I was gonNA lentils I'll tell you I was gonNA metal. The greatest thing you can do is to put their time and with God and growing them as a disciple of Christ above travel soccer. Albouy okay band priors now. You're stepping in its drum lessons. Okay I know you want him to play the piano because you want him to be wild and famous and grow up one day and be on TV but that that means the wild famous piano man. Have you seen rocket but anyway I haven't either but any imagining these wildly began. Ah Yeah these these keys have you seen what does Momma catcher Ellie Lewis Jerry. Lee Lewis. Have you heard Jerry Anyway. You got me on that one okay. Okay but the reality polity is okay. So here's my parents say I say hey mom or you disciple in your dad your disciple your kids. Here's what parents say because we wear this as a badge of honor right what do we. You're the parent. Let's role play Mr Swing or you disciple and your kids intentionally at home. What do you say sure? No you say no sorry. Let's try that again. Mr Mr Saturday at my bad. Are you disciple and your kids at home. No why not. I don't have time exactly Bingo. You don't have time so what's happening is his parents listened to me. You're trying to think. How do I fit my discipleship time with my kids into an already busy schedule with a filled up? Calendar Her yes. That is not the way you need to think. Here's what I want to encourage you to do go home today. Go home this week with the family. Take the calendar and use a blank calendar wipe the calendar clean put times with God I as a priority and then see what you can fit in around those times times which you're gonNA find. Well no already gave it. But I gave you a disclaimer at Sir. What you're going to find is that you're going to see is traveling? Link for the twenty-seventh baseball game this summer and Mount Juliet that much more important than developing a godly man or godly woman. WHO's going to be sold out to Christ and live their life for Christ? The rest of their life is my four do do I have four years left to train up the navy seal for Jesus okay which is intense time of training and a quick I would even say with that number zero to about eleven um or ten yes you can disciple your kids and invest in them and and you know live out Christ before but the real discipleship happens I would say between lean ten and sixteen or ten and eighteen so you really only have six or eight years with them when you can intentionally where you can intentionally disciple them to to be an easy say that some studies show.