4 Burst results for "Roger mortis"

"roger mortis" Discussed on The Swearwolves

The Swearwolves

04:40 min | 4 months ago

"roger mortis" Discussed on The Swearwolves

"How we're gonna make his face. Look a scary as possible. Just you can have morale for twenty four hours. Yeah yeah. I wouldn't put too much time. It throw a mask on them something. Yeah just who. Here's okay we'll get. We'll get back to that brother fighting. Yeah rogers off. He finds the mortis. Okay what are what's going to happen to him. Roger mortis surprises. They just didn't name him. Rigor mortis yes like too on those. Guess guys. Victor mortis something. Roger mortis he gets put into a dodger deadman. I'm a deadman. Yeah no no no. No no people will see through dead person. Yeah we'll just make his last name mortis. He gets locked in a decompression tank. It's called the asphyxiation room. I wonder what's going to happen. And then we'll piscopo is fighting the three faced biker guy they set it off. Of course we still a gloved hand reach internal on. Yeah the gloved hand slides like dr fucking claw from inspector gadget.

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"roger mortis" Discussed on The Swearwolves

The Swearwolves

03:00 min | 4 months ago

"roger mortis" Discussed on The Swearwolves

"Dead. Heat by by terry black directed by mark goldblatt goldblatt ernest. Troost troost not funny word for today. Goldblatt and troops. That sounds like a book in bill blatant truce for black. The first guys name was terry black's so it's like black goldblatt and troost. Wow actually i'd probably do goldblatt. Troost and black or black treat and goldblatt because black goldblatt goldblatt pete and repeat. Yes it's tough. It's a mouthful this movie. Stars treat williams as roger mortis. It's very clever melody. Irritated joe piscopo does as doug bigelow male gigolo piscopo bigalow lindsay. Frost is randy james. Darren mcgavin dr ernest mcneil himself. Yeah darren mcgavin from Christmas story and billy madison was the dead and he's done a shit ton of other stuff. I mean he's passed away now but he did a ton of other stuff but in generation x. would probably know him best as the dadan christoffersen story and happy. Go all right billy madison to billy billy. Billy when is it. You're gonna find what you're looking for. Here's a nice looking piece of shit. All right the the only quote that i always do from. Billy madison is that veronica. Vaughn is one hot piece of a believe me. I would know no good farley. We got our own goes a buddy of on. No no no. You can imagine what it'd be like if they had or would they could pisa's pants and he's like the q. Is cool unless you pee. Your pants team pants as cool. Consider me miles davis an old lady. Yeah a who's the bad guy in that movie. What's what's his face from get out. Yeah but he's also in cabin the woods that fucking guy she that guy's balls and they were weird looking mcdonald those a like a kid when they're doing that the end of Billy madison doing like the academe decathlon or whatever they have like a race or something that guy falls over and when the kids sees his balls. See that balls added weird looking. Gotta fucking watch that no cheating of any kind especially with my wife. Who is a dirty dirty tramp okay. Also in this movie. Vincent price he plays. Arthur p louder milk budget. I don't have anything for budget. I can't imagine it was too good..

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"roger mortis" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

05:20 min | 10 months ago

"roger mortis" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Joe piscopo is this just wisecracking detective and his partner detective. Roger mortis is slowly turning into a zombie and dying played by treat williams. And it's just so ridiculous every like buddy cop like you know cliche and all that stuff except for zombies and all of that is added into it. There's actually some really great practical creature effects mixed in. And this is a movie that i had never heard of until i watched it this year. This would have been like up there with some of the classic gore silly gore movies that you rent when you're you know twelve years old in high school or whatever you know and and just just be like this is. This is the craziest shit. And i love it and i would have loved this movie as a teenager and i really tapped into that part of myself while watching this as dumb as it is. I really tapped into it and had so much fun with it and One more point though. There's also a really bizarre. Vincent cam Vincent price cameo where he's basically standing in one spot for his whole role and it just adds to the weirdness of this just ridiculous movie. I sounds great. I think. I remember seeing you post on letterbox about it when you watched it and it sounds really entertaining from the way you describe it. Yeah it's just so strange. I hope people who will check it out one of these days. Yeah i do like that. And i love that. I mean i imagine that. That's very later. In vincent price's life and career and i love that now where it's like. We clearly had a tiny amount of money to get this famous person to show and you know we shot the whole roll while they were sitting in an office chair or whatever and we have that in movies now and it's always entertaining to see so fuddy. Well what do you got for nine. So my number nine pick is the right stuff directed by philip kaufman from nineteen eighty three and i watched this movie because i reviewed the new disney plus series of the right stuff Both of which are based on tom. Wolf's nonfiction book about the early days of nasa and the show is not great but the movie is a lot of fun. And i had never seen it was i. I don't know if maybe one best picture was one or nominated for a bunch of oscars in one thousand nine hundred three. If this was awesome. Movie your. I would've looked up this properly but it was early..

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"roger mortis" Discussed on Agape Baptist Church | Scottsboro, Alabama

Agape Baptist Church | Scottsboro, Alabama

12:00 min | 1 year ago

"roger mortis" Discussed on Agape Baptist Church | Scottsboro, Alabama

"As you're turning their ass you're turning to acts chapter six. I want to point you towards something that Shane mentioned that. I'd be mentioning something about one of the things that I'm excited about doing. As a pastor as I get to know this community as I get to know you in the midst of this community is seeing what we already do what we already do as a community what we do well what needs to be tweaked and but one of the one of the things I love doing is gaining to introduce new things to you and so one of the things that we're gonna be doing for good. Friday service is having a Good Friday communion that has done with our brothers and sisters in Christ in the community and so I've gotten with several other pastors and and we're going we're going to gather together and we're going to be here to pay their inviting their congregations and what we're going to do is on that Friday night we're going to gather together and we're going to ask the question when Jesus said it is finished. What did he mean? And each one of those pastors myself included are gonNA take seven minutes because sevens the number of perfection sermon. This morning is GonNa be a little longer than that but but we're going to take seven minutes and we're going to explain a different dynamic of what Jesus meant. When it was finished redemption imputation atonement justification salvation. What does that mean when Jesus said in one Word Immigration? Tell us tie it has finished and so. That's something that would be. Well worth your time to devote that Friday night to and not to mention that but it's a phenomenal opportunity for us as believers like minded brothers and sisters to gather together and to provide a visible declaration to the community that yes we may meet in different places on Sunday morning but there's unity to be found as we gather around Jesus and his finished work on the Cross and so I hope you'll make plans to join us six. Pm on Friday night. April tenth as we prepare to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus there on that following Sunday morning. And so I'm excited about that. Have Been Really Blessed and planning it with the Some other pastures in our community. So we're in acts chapter six this morning and I'll be honest one of the things that drew me to a GOP. A in the first place was what we're going to talk about today and for some of you in here. Maybe this is. It's going to be an interesting discussion because it's not often that we just talk about structure right the structure of the Church and as much as I can tell you. It excites me to talk about this. Hope maybe if you're Kinda like oh we're talking about this morning come on structure. Who wants to talk about structure right? I hope I hope that as we dig into God's word you'll be able to say why this excites me and you'll also be able to see why it drew me to a gop in the in the first place and one of the great graces that I can. I can see in a gop as life over the past two years. Is the transition team transition team? That guided this church family from our previous pastor or the Roger Mortis leaving and into me coming guy. How did that happen? What took place during that time and I want to tell you that you as a church family were served well by the Godly men and women that made up that transition team. They did excellent work. That quite honestly made a GOP stand out from the rest of the churches in our in our in that I was talking to at the time. And of course I think gop has always stood out in positive ways and in the structure that has been put in place is rooted in Biblical faithfulness. That allows for optimal minimal fruitfulness. And I believe that. Let me say that again. A GOP the structure. That's been put in place as always made a stand out but it's not made a stand out because we sought to reinvent the wheel. We saw two to kind of say well. Some of the things in scripture were are now culturally irrelevant and so we can do away with those and we can kind of create kind of a Diy. Church right That's not that's not. What the transition team did what the transition team said and. I'm very thankful for each person that was on there that allowed us to be where we are. Now they said. How can we route ourselves Biblical faithfulness in such a way that allows for optimal Mishel fruitfulness? And so I don't I don't know if you've ever praised the Lord for a solid foundation your life. I praise the Lord for a solid foundation in our building. Here this past Monday as we're as I'm in my office and all of a sudden I hear the loudest boom and fill the entire building shake right and I walked out of my office and Cheryl says I'm still here the rapture hadn't happened and and I said what what was that and they just blew something up at the rock quarry across the street and I was like okay. Good right and I'm thinking I'm thinking. Praise the Lord that got to search is built on a strong foundation the campus praise the Lord that that we have a foundation underneath our feet right here and now in this physical location that is not going to be shaken even by the same like the loudest explosion. I have ever heard their across the street and I want to let you know that the foundation that we stand on as a church family spiritually is a strong foundation as well. The physical foundation is strong spiritual foundation is strong as well. Most churches for example have more committees than than to do with. They are layers and layers of bureaucracy pages and pages of written rules. And here's the here's the real kicker even more pages of unwritten rules that forever young pastor whoever comes in what are those unwritten rules. It's very hard business. Meetings are often very contentious as people fight to maintain their little piece of power and money and buildings often become idols and pastors attempted to become more political strategists than they are under shepherds of the Jesus not every church. Is this way for sure? Not Every church and Scott. Spur is this way. And it's important for you to understand that it was not designed to be this way not designed to be political power players in in positions of power protecting their power instead a gop as at least what. I've seen a GOP since last June has been that we were actually created to be a response positive response to those problems within the typical church. And I'm in every other member here will be the first I to tell you that we are not perfect. Definitely not perfect. But with God's help we will continue to be both Biblical and faithful and during the season as we prepare for our members meeting on March. Twenty Ninth. We need to be in prayer. We need to remind ourselves of how God is called a gop to be structured and how that informs our function. And if we're honest there's not much written about the structure of the local church in the pages of scripture comparably to the to the other things that we see in scripture many people forget that the church is not a professional organization. First and foremost the church is a living organism. We are following. Jesus CHRIST AS OUR HEAD. We are called to move together to multiply ministry and mission and following the words of scripture will allow us to do just that the parts that we have. And that's what we want to look at this morning in acts chapter six because we want to understand something crucial about how the how the how the church was formed and about scripture does specify what a GOP A has sought to follow and so we want to begin this morning looking acts chapter six as we see some life. We see some growth and we see some growing pains. We'll get acts chapter six verse one. It says these days when the disciples were increasing in number a complaint by the hellenists arose against the Hebrews because their widows were being neglected in the daily distribution. Now let's start just in the very beginning there at this time. And these days after pentecost the disciples were increasing in number. We've seen on several occasions throughout the first part of the tax that there were several thousand men who became followers of Christ that means there were upwards of twenty thousand men and women at this time and at pentecost when Peter Preached there. Were all kinds of Jews. Spoke many different languages representative of many different people groups who had come into the Jewish faith and they were all present and when Peter Preached The Gospel. The church exploded in growth. Now that's a sure sign because we're there is life there is always growth but where there is growth. There are also growing pains right and so this growing pain came as a complaint by the Hellenists now the Helen s were Greek. Speaking Jews Jews typically spoke Hebrew but these hellenise were Jews. Get speak Greek. Only and that's where while they're given that designation and the complaint was there was something called the daily distribution and the widows were being neglected and so let's turn over to loot. I'm sorry to acts Chapter Four. Just maybe a page or two to the Left Acts Chapter. Four and verse. Thirty two acts chapter four verse thirty two and we'll understand what this daily distribution exactly was acts chapter four verse thirty two so it's not a full number of those who believed this is after pentecost they were one heart and one soul and no one said that No one said that any of the things that belong to him was his own but they had everything in common with great power. The apostles were giving their testimony to the resurrection of the Lord. Jesus and Great Grace was upon them. All there is not a needy person among them. For as many as we're owners of lands or houses sold them and brought the proceeds of what was sold and laid it at the apostles feet and it was distributed to each as they had need now here in the early church. There was something miraculous happening. The scripture says that the love of money is the root of all evil. Right and so. It's a testimony to the power of the Gospel. That Win. The the early church came together when the apostles saw new. Christ followers who are called disciples for the very first time. Actually after six when those disciples had gathered together that large church family was being gathered there in Jerusalem. That money was seen in the way it's supposed to be seen money was not an idle. It was not the end. All be all of why we exist as as as people is to build up our own comfort to build up our own To build up our own kingdoms here on earth money was seen as a tool..

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