35 Burst results for "Solomon Solomon"

Did You Know John Fetterman Is the Chairman of State Board of Pardons?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:24 min | Last week

Did You Know John Fetterman Is the Chairman of State Board of Pardons?

"John Solomon's just the news had a big article about the Democrat candidates who are now nervously and frantically flip flopping on all of their radical positions, trying to walk back how radical they are in time for the midterm election in 47 days. This race in Pennsylvania, while what a doozy, this John fetterman, and Doctor Oz, that race, fetterman, I love the fact that you know that John fetterman, the guy with the hoodie and the tattoos, he's the lieutenant governor, you knew that, right? Did you know he's chairman of the state's board of pardons? No wonder Philly is in so much trouble. No wonder they're struggling in Pittsburgh with crime. Fetterman's letting them all out. How'd you like him to be the director of the state's board of pardons? Does he wear his hoodie? At a parole hearing? Talk about a star chamber from hell. John Federer, yeah, go. You killed, you slaughtered 9 people and you buried him in the backyard. Be free. You were misunderstood as a child. Social justice reform.

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Mark Morgan on What It's Like to Be a Border Patrol Agent Under Biden

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:21 min | Last week

Mark Morgan on What It's Like to Be a Border Patrol Agent Under Biden

"Ask you, Mark, because I know you still continue to spend a lot of time on the border. The agents down there love you, Tom Holman, Ken cuccinelli, these guys that are still, we're working for Trump, still working for America today on their own time to try to push this country in the right direction, get this immigration system under control. You were just down on the border. Can you tell me what it is like for the men and women working the line, can they even work the line? Or I've called them welcome patrol. And I don't mean the besmirch that they're good name. I know they're law enforcement officers, but it seems to me that's all they are now. Welcome patrol, not border patrol. Grant, you're right, and you're not dispersing them actually. I've seen a coin. That's virtual seal on it on the back. It said, welcome, welcoming patrol. It was done by motorcycle agent. That's just a manifestation of their frustration. Look, it was a couple of months ago where a border charger reached out to me and said, look, he was getting ready for morning like he has every morning for the past 26 years. He was very proud to be a board of foliage and as he looked up in the mirror to finish scoring away his uniform. He said he realized for the first time that he's now the part of the largest world's world's largest smuggling organization that's out there. And for the first time, he was not proud to be a member of the organization he served for 26 years and not because it's anything that they've done is because of this administration's policies that are not allow them to do their job. Look,

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Grant Stinchfield Details the Mexican-American Border Crisis

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:14 min | Last week

Grant Stinchfield Details the Mexican-American Border Crisis

"About immigration, we've got a crisis on our hands. We've been saying this now for the last two years, president Trump had us moving in the right direction by no means do I try to tell you that we didn't have an immigration problem, even when president Trump was in office. We most certainly did. But we were on our way to correcting that problem between building the wall between remain and Mexico between getting Mexico to help us with the immigration and stem the flow coming out of that country. We were on our way. And we had made great strides. Now, kiss it all goodbye. And so to make a point and I think they've gone above and beyond making their point. Governor desantis and governor avid in Texas, desantis and Florida has sent these migrants to Martha's Vineyard to Chicago to Philadelphia, these left wing liberals, limousine liberals, as I call them, cry foul, they say that it's a chaotic scene that there's a crisis, do you know what it's like and Del Rio, Texas? These are little tiny towns. They can't handle this. Oh wait, Martha's Vineyard's a little tiny town too. Apparently they couldn't handle 50 migrants compared to the 15,000 every day that we see in Del Rio, Texas.

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Grant Stinchfield and John Solomon on the Leadership Failures of J6

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:51 min | Last week

Grant Stinchfield and John Solomon on the Leadership Failures of J6

"Get back to the show with grand stinchfield. Well, I'll tell you what it is such a pleasure to be sitting in for my good friend doctor Sebastian gork I always enjoy being in the studio talking to you as well. All of you out there. And one of the things I love is when we have great guests on this program, which doctor Sebastian gorka always has great guys on. One of my favorites used to come on my newsmax show all the time, of course, is John Solomon from just the news, who's been breaking so much news over the course of so many years, but John Solomon is great to have you on the program. Great to be with you, grant. Great to be with you. Now I'm going to try this. The audio is a little shaky, but let's give this a shot. So John, January 6th, you have been beyond many on top of everything surrounding January 6th, the leftist play on the political prisoners that they've been holding all these things. It looks like they are now going to reconvene the January 6th committee in Congress. In October, just in time for the November elections. Is this some kind of October surprise that they're doing another ploy? Well, I think it exposes once again what people have thought about the January 6th committee, which is political first in public interest second. They've been driving politics from the beginning. This is all about attacking Trump nation. And not about getting to the root issues that should matter to the American public. Like, how did a $600 million police force get overrun by a group of old guns on January 6th? We don't have any answers to that. After 9 11, we learned from the failures of 9 11. The January 6th committee isn't interested. Last week I broke a story. There were as many as ten capital police whistleblowers have come forward saying, we had all the intelligence to prevent January 6th, but we didn't create the plan. The resourcing, the mindset to defend the capitol that day, that should scare all of us, because those problems haven't been fixed.

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Guest Host Grant Stinchfield: Joe Biden Is Dementia-Ridden

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:49 sec | Last week

Guest Host Grant Stinchfield: Joe Biden Is Dementia-Ridden

"About this disastrous 60 minutes interview that Joe Biden did last night. There's a reason why he put this off. He just is not good on his feet at all. I mean, the man is dementia ridden. I am confident of that and he does not have a mental acuity capable of keeping America on the right track. And you add in really bad policies being pushed by him and his party. It's a total recipe for chaos in America, which is what we're seeing. Now, last week I swear, you correct me if I'm wrong. I watched Joe Biden wear a mask. I know I saw him just last week wearing a mask. Now we know it is ridiculous right now to be wearing a mask. They didn't work, by the way. And I have plenty of evidence to back that up.

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Guest Host Grant Stinchfield Talks About Biden's '60 Minute' Speech

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:56 min | Last week

Guest Host Grant Stinchfield Talks About Biden's '60 Minute' Speech

"I'm very proud and excited to introduce our guest host for today. Grant stinchfield. Well, thank you so much, doctor gene, is always great to be sitting in your chair, sir, and it's always a great pleasure to be along with you this afternoon. Very big show. I guess you could say it was a very big weekend, if not just looking at the 60 minutes interview that Joe Biden did with Scott pelley. And I'll tell you what Scott pelly had said this interview was like two years in the making. He'd been trying to get this interview and The White House kept putting it off and putting it off. Well, we saw why firsthand why The White House would want to put this interview off. In my mind, and I know you know that I was going to say this. But this interview was a disaster. This interview could potentially get us into World War three with China. So there are so many aspects of the bungling of the 60 minutes interview that Joe Biden managed to do. But I want to start first with what probably is the most important. Was that Joe Biden turned his back on a long-standing policy in the United States that we would have strategic ambiguity with our stance with Taiwan and China. Now, we are watching firsthand our economy collapse before our very eyes. Nothing has changed since Joe Biden has taken over as far as our reliance on China for everything. Going to war with China. I promise you, would be an absolute disaster. Now, I was fully thinking that Joe Biden is in the tank for China. So then why then would he threaten war with China if China was to invade Taiwan? And make no bones about it. Joe Biden said in no uncertain terms. That we would use military force to stop China if they were to invade Taiwan. Now, does he mean that? I mean, this is a man who calls himself presidents. The man who occupies the Oval Office, whether we like it or not, he's the guy, they call commander in chief.

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'Fallout' Author John Solomon Unpacks the Durham Probe

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:10 min | 2 weeks ago

'Fallout' Author John Solomon Unpacks the Durham Probe

"We have a massive story this week that hasn't been given the requisite coverage anywhere really. But the man who knows the most is the author of the seminal work fallout nuclear bribes Russian spies and the Washington lies that enrich the Clinton and Biden dynasties. He's one of the few real investigative journalists out there. He's the founder, the editor in chief of Justin news dot com. Welcome back to America first. John Solomon. Yes, good to be with you, Sam. So I just want to retread this issue because it is such a massive blockbuster in the message or to just rely upon my explication you've been covering this for 5 years now. Why is the Durham filing or the unsealing regarding Igor danchenko the Russian national who is working at the brookings institution just down the road? Why is it such a big deal? And why does it point the finger to corruption at the FBI, John? Yeah, that's an inch shows bad faith by the FBI. Let's just think about the facts that are now in evidence. The FBI knew starting in the fall of 2008 that Igor danchenko had ties to Russian intelligence agencies. They also knew he had tried to make offers of cash payments to incoming Obama administration officials to pay them cash if they would leak him secret. So he had all the hallmarks of spying of classified secret stealing. They dropped the investigation on him mistakenly thinking he had left the United States when he stayed here. That suggests the level of incompetence by the FBI. But then in 2017, when they find out he is the primary source for Christopher Steele's now completely discredited. And by the way, by the time they started to interview him in early 17, they already knew the dossier was discredited. He lies to them. He lies, I've never had contact with the Russian intelligence services. We know you're lying, okay, all right, I'm lying. And then literally that's how the conversation goes. And then he disowns most of the things that are attributed to him in the dossier. After all that happened. After all of that knowledge, the FBI decides in March of 2017 to hire him as a confidential informant to continue to pursue Russia collusion allegations against Donald Trump.

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9/11 terror attacks reverberate as US marks 21st anniversary

AP News Radio

01:09 min | 2 weeks ago

9/11 terror attacks reverberate as US marks 21st anniversary

"September 11th was marked on Sunday with memorials at The Pentagon in a field in Pennsylvania and in New York City where most of the nearly where most of the nearly 3000 people were killed that day 21 years ago Charles J morrow Dorsey Mara At the World Trade Center memorial there was on and off rain while the reading of the names of those killed on 9 11 took place Right now I feel like they haven't a crime Family and friends like Deborah Burton came bearing pictures of their loved ones She also brought flowers to place where her friend Joyce Carpenter's name is inscribed I promise J Solomon who lost his brother Wayne says 21 years later and there's still no place else he'd ever be on this day I've always been down here at ground zero from the time the first time we were allowed down you know And it's just something you begin to live with You always still somewhat expect that you're going to see you know he's going to appear one day you know what I mean Even though we were one of the lucky ones that he was identified At the World Trade Center memorial I'm Julie Walker

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Flaherty solid in return to Cardinals; Sánchez, Nats win 6-0

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 weeks ago

Flaherty solid in return to Cardinals; Sánchez, Nats win 6-0

"Animal Sanchez pitched 5 scoreless innings in CJ Abrams went four for 5 as the Washington Nationals beat the Saint Louis Cardinals three nothing Monday afternoon Jack flirty allowed one run on 6 hits and 5 innings for St. Louis and his first start since June 26th It was where this did the position that the team has put us in to be in the spot that we're at and the chance that we have going forward to make a run at this thing In fun watching me it's more fun to be a part of it St. Louis leads Milwaukee by 7 and a half games in the NL central David Solomon St. Louis

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Top Agent Who Suppressed Hunter Biden Laptop Escorted From the FBI

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:17 min | Last month

Top Agent Who Suppressed Hunter Biden Laptop Escorted From the FBI

"A very interesting development at the FBI, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, whose implications are not entirely clear yet, but a senior FBI agent. This is a guy named Tim tybalt, DHI BAU Tim tablet. Has been escorted out of FBI headquarters. And apparently is being either removed, fired, maybe asked to resign or maybe submitted his own resignation. I mean, there's a little bit of a shading as to which of those options it is, but what is not being shaded is that this guy is out of the FBI building. This was by the way the story was broken by the reporter John Solomon, and then picked up and further reported by many others, including the Washington times. And evidently, this guy Tim tybalt is the guy who suppressed the Hunter Biden story. Now he didn't suppress it all by himself, but he was one of the key figures in blocking the Hunter Biden story from getting out prior to the 2020 election. So let's think about that. This is the FBI actively involved in election interference and in suppressing damaging information against Biden. Now, there are several elements to this story. We know recently Mark Zuckerberg, by the way, the founder of Facebook, now called meta Mark Zuckerberg went on Joe Rogan's show and he said it was the FBI that pressured Facebook. Not to highlight the Hunter Biden story to downplay it, to repress it, and Zuckerberg says we didn't shut it down completely, but we did give it less traction. We did sort of pull it back. And think about it. It's the FBI, the FBI, the supposedly neutral police agency of the government that is now working with these social media platforms, not to fight misinformation, but to fight accurate information that would have been damaging to the Democrats. So the FBI seems to be now a little bit like the KGB kind of a fully owned police arm of the Democratic Party.

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John Solomon: FBI Looked for Crossfire Hurricane Investigation Docs

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:31 min | Last month

John Solomon: FBI Looked for Crossfire Hurricane Investigation Docs

"Here's the nugget you need to know. Whatever they were looking for at Mar-a-Lago, it's all unraveling. And there is some reporting out there, our good friend John Solomon over at just the news is suggesting that ultimately what was really going on at Mar-a-Lago, this was not about the national archives. This was about the FBI trying to confiscate any documents surrounding the crossfire hurricane investigation. So the FBI was basically wanting to get the dirt that Trump had on them. And that ultimately is what happened there. Now we have not, this is just the theory that has been posited in the past 24 hours that the FBI is very concerned that president Trump has dossiers on them and they want that material. They want that material out of Mar-a-Lago and into their hands. Now, at this point, the whole thing is unraveling. It's all falling apart. And the FBI knows that. That's why one of their top agents in charge in Washington, D.C., either resigned or was fired and there are two different reports on this. President Trump is saying the guy was fired, we do know that he was walked out of the FBI field office in Washington, D.C. by security agents.

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Lee Smith: FBI & DOJ Want to Stop Russiagate Docs From Going Public

The Dan Bongino Show

01:47 min | Last month

Lee Smith: FBI & DOJ Want to Stop Russiagate Docs From Going Public

"Lee we know the names of the spies or the pseudo nims in one case for this as return This is not a mystery They wish for you I'm not going to play the euphemisms game the left does and neither are you you know that they spied on him And this is clearly an effort to make that go away I think as the dorm case starts to close in But you just said something really interesting there too That he declassified these publicly I mean he put it out on social media and in his email list that he was declassifying all of these documents before he left office So even the case on thin gruel that you were there to collect classified documents and implying it wasn't a cover up even that case falls apart in court Right They're terrified what they're scared of is There is a John Solomon story last month July saying exactly what happened It's a tragedy actually What happened is DoJ was BSing chief of staff Mark Meadows saying oh we need to check it for privacy act stuff Mister Meadows unfortunately did give it back to the Department of Justice and he said well but I expect you nonetheless to release this properly because the president has the classified them Obviously they haven't released them or we'd see all this stuff What the FBI and DoJ are trying to do this has nothing to do with nuclear secrets It has nothing to do with any of this nonsense They just want to make sure they want to find these documents They want to know if Trump has them because they're terrified of these documents going public That's the whole push here That's what Mar-a-Lago was about to keep these documents from going public

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Kevin Brock: The FBI Is Going to Regret the Mar-A-Lago Raid

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:47 sec | Last month

Kevin Brock: The FBI Is Going to Regret the Mar-A-Lago Raid

"Speaking of the FBI, here was retired FBI assistant intelligence director Kevin Brock being interviewed by John Solomon at just the news dot com. I should not participate in this investigation. It was the earlier point. It was initiated by the national archives that is something that needs to be settled along established groups in that regard that have been traditionally used. There was no need for law enforcement involvement in this. And there was certainly no need for an invasive search for the residents, I think they're going to regret this. You know, many people, even on the left side, if there's no smoking gun, if there's no real meeting violation here. That's right. I'm not going to go well.

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Rep. Troy Nehls Describes His Post-Raid Visit With Donald Trump

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:13 min | Last month

Rep. Troy Nehls Describes His Post-Raid Visit With Donald Trump

"About your recent visit with president Trump and what kind of mood was he in? You know, that photo was the day after the illegal rate in Mar-a-Lago. And I tell you, you didn't see Trump's sweat and he met with us for over three hours. It was a dinner meeting there about 11 of us from the Republican study committee up there up in bedminster. What a beautiful, beautiful place. Beautiful golf course. And he is such a great host. I mean, he asked questions. He answered questions. He was signing hats and all sorts of things till his hand hurt. But you didn't see any stress on his face. You didn't. I think truly that he is disappointed to see what this administration, what Joe Biden has done to the country in the last 18 months. Donald Trump did so much to make America great again. And now he has seen this president destroy what he's built. In four years, he destroyed it in 18 months. So I think deep down some of that concerns him and bothers him a little bit, but he's encouraged, I believe, I know, I believe he's coming back. We need to clear the fields that nobody needs to challenge him in a primary. He's going to clobber them all. And then he's going to win the general election. And he's going to come back and make America great again again.

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Lawyer James Lawrence Fights the Big Tech Goliaths

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:05 min | Last month

Lawyer James Lawrence Fights the Big Tech Goliaths

"With former Trump administration employee James Lawrence, who is now representing conservatives who are fighting the goliaths of big tech and Palo Alto. You were in the middle of the story with regards to Alex berenson, the case you once again, you won against Twitter, where you said the First Amendment strategy didn't work. You didn't have, you know, smoking gun on that. But then you went for this breach of contract. I am fascinated because as far as I'm concerned, it's tilting at windmills. Don Quixote is a mission to go up against these guys. So what did you have to prove, how did you succeed in this case? Proverb 6 two talks about the wicked being caught up in their own words. Not to call Twitter the wicked necessarily. Why not on this show you are permitted to do so, so what are the wicked words that you caught them up in? So here is what happened. They promulgated a specific policy. Their COVID-19 misinformation policy where the company went out of its way to define specifically what is COVID-19 misinformation and what is not. And what we did in Alex's case was that we lined up what Twitter said is COVID misinformation in this information with what Alex said. And simply explain to the court why Alex never violated the policy. And because we did that, it was enough in the courts view to allow the breach of contract theory to move forward and for the case to go and to discovery. So the case really does stand for the broader proposition. That if a tech platform is going to go out of its way to create a speech code, like it did in the case of the COVID misinformation policy. That if they don't follow that speech code and if you say something that doesn't actually violate it and they ban you anyway and they punish you anyway that it gives rise to a breach of contract

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Lawyer James Lawrence Unpacks Alex Berenson's Permanent Twitter Ban

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:45 min | Last month

Lawyer James Lawrence Unpacks Alex Berenson's Permanent Twitter Ban

"Lawrence. Welcome to America first. Thank you so much for having me. Pleasure to be here. All right, well, I'm looking at your credentials. We've never spoken before on the show. You have worked as deputy general counsel for HHS. You've worked as chief counsel under president Trump for the FDA. So that's good enough for me and especially given what Alex said about you. Will you tell us what was so utterly egregious about what happened to Alex? Sure, happy to. So in Alex's case, he had started really providing insights on the pandemic that no one else was providing going back to march of 2020. And had a reported and really gained a lot of traction and following to the point where when he was banned in August of 2021, he had close to 400,000 followers on the platform. Wow. What led to his suspension or his at the time permanent suspension is no longer suspended of course. Was claims that he had made on the platform that, among other things, the vaccines, the COVID-19 vaccines do not stop infection or transmission and COVID-19, which even when he made the claim at the time, or made the statement tweeted that out to as following, was not untrue. And in fact, was view that was held by other people in the public health. Well, which was confirmed last week by CDC. To correct in the way that they're treating unvaccinated and vaccinated people really without any distinction anymore.

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John Solomon: The Fundamental Transformation of Two Political Parties

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:38 min | Last month

John Solomon: The Fundamental Transformation of Two Political Parties

"Something has made Joe Biden and the Democrats concerned about a Trump candidacy that they're going through all these matching nations. And I guess we'll find out what happens as history unfolds. What do you think that is? What do you think that's something is? Listen, there is a fundamental transformation of the two political parties right now. The working class, those who aren't four and 8 year four or 6 or 8 year graduates of college, they're gravitating to the Republican Party in large numbers. The Latino Hispanic voter that has been predominantly in the democratic camp moving to the Republican Party in large numbers. So the working class, Hispanic class, younger African American voters more willing to open the open to Republicans and the entrepreneurial free market side of the Republican Party. The democratic base is eroding. And inheriting the elitist. But guess what? There aren't enough elitists in the country to create a national coalition to win elections in the future. So if the Latinos they are, if suburban women who left in 2020 come back and if the working class has left the Democratic Party in a large way, the Democrats have a worry about the base of their party. They may not have an electoral base capable of winning. Now we're going to see if that's true in the November election and the voters will speak and we'll find out. But when you talk to Democrats who really do the counting, and you hear people like the former Clinton strategist from the 1990s, Jim carville among them, they know their party has moved so far to the left that they can't communicate with enough Americans to create a majority. They keep warning about it. Now let's see if those predictions come true. It's

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John Solomon: Uncovering Memos That Biden Knew About Probe Into Trump

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:48 min | Last month

John Solomon: Uncovering Memos That Biden Knew About Probe Into Trump

"Let's just jump right into this. You were the one who broke the news about these memos, you know, Biden early on set, didn't know anything about it. White House says we didn't have any involvement, but you found a memos that showed that was not exactly true. Yeah. That's exactly right. From the beginning of this investigation in April of 20, 22, which is the flash point for the FBI to open a criminal investigation against the former president. Joe Biden, his White House as White House counsel were in direct. Conversations with the Justice Department and even perhaps more importantly, they authorized the initial release of evidence that would give the Justice Department a try to get to go in and investigate there is a letter from the national archives that show the national archives of Justice Department the FBI and the Biden White House had set a conversation and Joe Biden authorized through The White House counsel, ascending of some of the documents that were found at Mar-a-Lago to the FBI. Then The White House counsel's office conveyed to the national archives President Biden won't invoke or recognize executive privilege for president Trump is a great legal question whether he could do that. But he won't recognize it and you can view the archives can wave his privilege and tell that to the FBI and that happened. So the Biden White House gives the initial evidence to open a criminal investigation against their chief political rival and then takes away one of the potential legal challenges of legal defenses that that former president, the current head of the opposition party, might have in the court system and the traditional news media can't come to go so that they're trying to find everything they can to write about this letter without having to mention that. But Joe Biden was at the ignition point as White House was at the ignition point of this criminal investigation of his chief rival. And as

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"solomon " Discussed on Pray the Word with David Platt

Pray the Word with David Platt

05:53 min | 5 months ago

"solomon " Discussed on Pray the Word with David Platt

"Join us for secret church, a unique one night event streamed online to more than 50,000 participants around the world. On Friday, April 29th encouraged by our persecuted brothers and sisters example, we will meet for close to 6 hours of intense study of God's word and passionate prayer for the persecuted. Todd and led by David Platt. This year's topic looks at the question, who am I? You will not want to miss this. For more information or to register, visit radical .NET, backslash secret church. Pray the word with David Platt is a resource from radical .NET. Song of Solomon chapter one versus 15 and 16. Look, you are beautiful, my beloved. Look, you are beautiful. Your eyes are doves. Look, you are beautiful, my beloved, truly pleasant. All right, how are we going to pray according to God's word to us in the song of Solomon? There's so much we could talk about with this book. And so much that is a little more challenging to talk about when I think about some moms and dads writing with their kids in the car who listened to pray the word and want to keep this appropriate for all ages knowing. So the picture we have in the book of song of Solomon is a picture of love between a husband and a wife between two people made in the image of God, male and female and created to enjoy one another in sexual relationship with one another. And that, if you're one of those parents, that's about as far as we're gonna try to go in these prey the word episodes. But this book is really important because it's a powerful, beautiful picture of God's good design for marriage going all the way back to genesis chapter two when a man and woman come together and one flesh marriage and then the way that points us to ephesians chapter 5 and the reality that God designed marriage this way to be a picture of Jesus love for the church and the church's love for Jesus. So I would not be of the understanding that song of Solomon is an allegory that's intended to just depict and all these specific ways, the relationship between Christ and his church, but marriage absolutely is a picture of the relationship between Christ and his church and in this way, the book of song of Solomon as it reflects the beauty of marriage is absolutely a picture of Christ's love for the church in ways that every person who's listening to this who is married or will be married in the future wants our marriages to reflect the love of Christ. And so we come to a verse like this. Song of Solomon won 15 and 16, look, you are beautiful, my beloved. Look, you're beautiful. Your eyes are doves. Look, you are beautiful, my beloved, truly pleasant. You hear the repetition. Don't you look look, this is a picture of loving to look at someone and to admire and enjoy their beauty to see another's beauty as truly pleasant. And so I want to lead us to pray for marriages like this, whether marriages that we're in now or future marriages to come, and yes, in this to pray that the marriages around us would be a reflection of the love of Christ for his church. So let's pray, oh God, we praise you for all of your word, including the book of song of Solomon. What a good gift you've given to us. Holy Spirit, inspired picture of love between a man and a woman the way you've designed for marriage. And so God, I pray for my marriage, I pray for every single person who's listening to this, who is married, God we pray for this kind of beauty and love and enjoyment for truly pleasant marriage to Mark us and to mark our relationships with our spouses, gotta replay that you would help us to cultivate that. And even as we pray through the book of song of Solomon that you would help us to grow in all these areas, God I know there's an adversary who does not want husbands and wives to experience deep and beautiful and pleasant unity in marriage and intimacy and marriage God we pray for that for each of our marriages for the marriages around us even for brothers and sisters who are praying this in the middle of singleness or younger kids God we pray for all the marriages around us to experience this and God if you so lead any one of us who would be single now into marriage. We pray for this kind of marriage in the future and we pray all of this knowing that there is such a skewed picture of marriage in the world around us today and sadly many times in the church and ways that skew the love of Christ for the church and the church for Christ and so God we pray ultimately that the gospel would be clear in the way we love and enjoy one another in marriage between a husband and a wife. And in this way, we connect praying for our marriages with the spread of the gospel in the world. I think about today being my son's birthday, who's from Kazakhstan, can we pray together for the spread of the gospel among the Kazakh people among unreached men and women all over Kazakhstan, who have little to no knowledge of the gospel right now, God we pray that the gospel would spread to them and God we pray that they would see behold and experience the beauty of marriage as a picture of Christ's love for the church as the gospel spreads to them. God help us to connect marriage with mission in the world just like ephesians 5 does. We love your word, God. We pray that you would help us to grow in our experience of it. And we pray that you would help us to grow in our understanding of it and obedience to it as we pray through the book of song of Solomon. And in Jesus name, amen..

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"solomon " Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

02:25 min | 6 months ago

"solomon " Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

"A notably brutal campaign more than 7000 allied troops and perhaps 20,000 Japanese died in several battles just for the landing strip on Guadalcanal, the same airfield today trades as honey are international airport. Australia has long acted as a semi detached protector of the solomons between 2003 and 2017 Australian federal police and the Australian defense force led a multinational mission aimed at developing and maintaining stability after a period of internecine violence. A contingent of Australian troops and police returned at the Solomon's request after last year's riots. But last month, Honiara also welcomed something called the People's Republic of China public security bureau Solomon Islands policing advisory group. Not known for short, as perk pissy PAG. We are French doll and enemies to numb. There is no devious intention. Not a secret plan. We are not pressured. We are not cursed in any way by our new friends, and there is no intention whatsoever, mister speaker, to ask China to build a military base in Salman islands. There is division within Solomon Islands politics about the wisdom of any deal with China. Veteran prime minister manasseh Sagar is believed to be in favor, but opposition leader Matthew wale is most definitely not, and has accused Australia of ignoring his repeated warnings. This was in the offing even as far back as last year, the history and government did nothing about it. So I'm extremely disappointed in this trend government. Australia is now scrambling to atone for this promising 16 million U.S. dollars in budget support, a new radio network, a new patrol boat dock and an extension to the current Australian police mission. We believe that the Pacific family in its broad is best placed to provide security assistance to the Solomon Islands and we stand ready to assist further if that is needed. You know, you probably not unrelated development. The United States has promised to reopen its long closed embassy in Honiara. The Solomon's China deal is not yet done. It may never be. It is far from impossible that the Solomon Islands is attempting to leverage its advantages to ring greater prizes and concessions out of bigger countries, as smart a small countries always do..

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"solomon " Discussed on Maranatha Ministries UPC

Maranatha Ministries UPC

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"solomon " Discussed on Maranatha Ministries UPC

"Not leading us in worship. He is who we worship. They cried. You are worthy. Oh lord to receive glory and honor and power because you created all things and by your will they exist and they were created solomon's throne rule over a kingdom. Jesus christ rules over every kingdom that ever was or that ever will be so close one. More time with the words of lockridge in that same sermon. When he said that's my king he said this and i still wonder this today when he said i wonder you.

"solomon " Discussed on Maranatha Ministries UPC

Maranatha Ministries UPC

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"solomon " Discussed on Maranatha Ministries UPC

"He said in john fourteen to in my father's house there are many mansions. I'm going to prepare a place for you. I heard a preacher years ago. I've never forgot this statement years ago. I heard this. He said look at look at this world a great and glorious this world is you know. God built this place in six days. He put this world together a six days. He said what in the world has it taking him. Two thousand years to make for you and me. He could do this and six days two thousand years ago. He said i'm going to prepare a place. Why is he making. What is going to be like praise. God i want to ask you something. Wrap this up in a few moments here. I wanna ask you something. What would it take to really make you happy. What would it take to really make you happy. You see we get caught up with things summit. Would it make you happy. what would you like. Would you like a bigger house on ten acres of land. Beautiful woods in the back and deer that. Come up and eat from your your flowers. The rabbits hop around wiggling their noses at the fox's that are trying to eat them. I'm not want be serious. What would it take to make you happy. Man if i tell you i got four kids. Raising them in this house with two bedrooms and a shabby apartment on the backstreet of some alley in schenectady. And it's just so hard living here so what will make you happy. How about how about someone you and all the bills paid you. Don't have to worry about the mortgage payment. Come up it's all taken care of. You gotta now now four bedroom house. Nice couple of acres of land trees swaying in the breeze. What would that is that what you need do. What would that do what you think it would do. You think you'll give you peace. You think it will give you stability. You think it'll give you. You can relax and not have to worry about where you're going to let your you think it will do that. Let me tell you something. Jesus is greater why because he can give you that same feeling without the house about a million dollars about a million dollars in the bank. No taxes do million dollars and you wake up you at your bank out. There is a million your troubles over our your problems done. You never have to worry about affording anything again. That broken down car pitching a new one with the interest on buying a new one. I'm not going to break into the million. Where's that how she wanted. Honey we got the money now. What kind of car do you say you want. Let's go pick out the color. Is that what it takes to make you happy. Jesus is greater because he can give you that satisfaction without the million dollars. He is greyer. He doesn't need anything to make you feel satisfied and fulfilled. Jesus alone is enough praise. God because only jesus can give you joy unspeakable and full of glory now. King solomon was incredibly wealthy. I'm going to wrap this up in a moment but bear with me. Just let me go a little longer. All right thank you. King solomon was incredibly wealthy to the point that king taught bill gates. jeff bezos. now. I found out in the thirty service that elon. Musk might even be richer than jeff bezos. Now let's throw elon. Musk naming here. King tut bill gates. Jeff bezos and elon. Musk are gonna have to step aside to let. King solomon step forward as the richest person ever lived. King solomon makes jeff bezos bezos and. Ilan must together look like poppers. You say men king solomon had literally tons of gold along with ivory spices. All of the stuff was poured into his coffers. He had everything this world had to offer. Let me tell you something about jesus. Jesus wealth is greater because my bible tells me that he owns the cattle on a thousand hills to not only does he own the cattle on those thousand hills but heels the gold in those hills. The diamonds that are in those hills heals everything in the in the dirt and fact to forget the thousand hills. The earth is the lord's and the fullness thereof step aside. He line here comes. Jesus praise god so as far as the possessions of this world are concerned there has never been one greater than solomon but as far as fame and fortune is concerned there has never been one greater than solomon as far as being held in the highest esteem is concerned there has never been one great greater that solomon but jesus is greater than solomon and lastly jesus is greater in worship reader and worship solomon was their to lead the people in worship. That's why he built the temple. God was the focus of solomon's and rightly so solomon's sat on an earthly thrown and he ruled an earthly kingdom. That was really just one of many kingdoms. Israel didn't rule the world in that day. It was maybe the greatest kingdom but it was just one of many kingdoms putting revelations chapter four verse to the bible tells me immediately. I was in the spirit. And behold there was a throne set in heaven and it was not solomon's throne. There was one that sat on that thrown. His name is jesus and everyone around cried out. You are worthy. Oh lord to receive glory and honor and power for you created all things and by your will they exist and were created. You see solomon's sat on a throne. But he only led a kingdom that was only one of many kingdoms that were in the world at the time but when jesus sits on his throne he rules the whole world and solomon sat on his throne over a kingdom and he led the people to worship god but the bible says that jesus is the object of our worship. He's.

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"solomon " Discussed on Maranatha Ministries UPC

Maranatha Ministries UPC

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"solomon " Discussed on Maranatha Ministries UPC

"The capital. Jesus came from the least solomon had many many servants to wait on him hand and foot. Jesus had no one to wait on him. Instead he was serving others. This is the man who jesus set himself a greater than solomon his here and they're trying to reconcile the stuff in the rain and that's the problem we have folks. We're trying to tell people how great jesus and they come in. They sit among us and they see all. That's going on. I think how can this guy be so great when you look at these people. What gets your eyes off of me and take a look at him not to robert g. Lee said solomon had many service to wait upon him in a foot. Jesus had none. Instead he was serving people he says solomon war kingly robes jesus war peasant's garb tilmant drank from vessels of gold. Jesus had to get a samaritan harlot to give them a drink. Solomon was rich beyond compare. Jesus had nothing in this world. Solomon had great armies jesus had a few straggling fishermen following them around town solomon lived in mansions. Jesus was homeless said. At one point the son of man is no place to lay his head solomon had thousands of horses and chariots in erode in splendor. Jesus had to walk everywhere he went. And you're telling me you're greater than solomon this sure. Don't look at and i'm here to tell you today. That until you get on the inner circle until you know him like i know him you will think very much of him but if you will accept him into your life into your heart into your world and begin to follow after him you will see what the common people don't say you will see the king of glory. You'll say go ahead and club. That's okay listen listen listen. Don't ever worry about interrupting me because you wanna clap and shell. I will shut up and finish this next week if i have to. You talk about wise. Men solomon wrote the book of proverbs. You do well to spend. We would do well to take our grammar school kids and give them nine years of studying the book of proverbs and they'd be better citizens than what we're teaching them. Just from the book of proverbs. He wrote those proverbs. He knew three thousand different proverbs and he had memorized fifteen hundred songs songs. Around your vocabulary. Jayme two maybe three. Dan was here at eight thirty. She was playing. I gave her five or six fifteen hundred songs. He knew in his head so smart he was dahlem knew all about the created universe. He taught on animal animal life. He thought about how things work in the world. Jesus made the world that he knew only knew about. Did you hear me. I said jesus made the world that solomon only knew about a greater solemness here solomon knew about the cycles of the wind jesus knew how to rebuke the women. Tell it to stop. Solomon knew all about navigation. He sent ships out all over the earth to bring back riches but jesus didn't even need a ship because he could walk on water.

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"solomon " Discussed on Maranatha Ministries UPC

Maranatha Ministries UPC

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"solomon " Discussed on Maranatha Ministries UPC

"Praise the lord. I'm going to read today from matthew chapter twelve. I'm reading just one versus scripture here. It is verse forty two matthew chapter twelve verse forty two. It says here. The queen of the south will rise up in the judgment with the jet with this generation. Condemn it for. She came from the ends of the earth to hear the wisdom of solomon and indeed a greater than solomon is here. I'm of you feel somebody in this place today. That's greater than solomon. His name is jesus boy. Did we sing. Beautiful worship courses about him today. Praise the lord. And so. I've entitled this message simply greater than solomon with a question mark then. Solomon you'll great. Solomon was i'm gonna tell you how great solomon was. It was two weeks ago. Now that i preached a message on the power of influence and i ended that message. That was when my grandson ritz was being dedicated. We're talking about the influence that all of the people that we're going to be in his life would have and i talked about how influences there are both good and bad influences in our life that we experience and that really. I guess the sum total of my message was that we really are the end result of the sum. Total of the influences that we have allowed to affect our mindset and our actions. We are the result of those things that influenced us. And i made the point that you know people go around saying i'm i'm my own man. I do what i want. I on the head of my house and the truth of the matter is you are not your own man nor your own woman. The truth of the matter is and i made this point. I'm gonna reprieve that message. But i made the point that you are really just the sum total of everybody else's influences that have affected. You and i approve this by simply saying if you were raised on a desert island and just stepped off that island today. You would not be the person you are right now. Why because you didn't have all those influences so you're not your own person. You're just the sum. Total of major influences in your life. And i ended that sermon by saying what hope do we have and who should. We allow to influence us. And what should we do in. The answer was enter jesus and enter. Jesus who said. I am the way i am the truth and i am the life which means anything that says any other way than his way is wrong any other truth that contradicts his truth is not truth because jesus is the way the truth and the life. Praise god today. I just want to spend a few moments talking about how great jesus really is. And why his influence in our lives should be all that we seek after it'd be what our main focus is on being affected by jesus now the queen of the south that we read about in our scripture. Today some of you might know hers the queen of sheba. You've probably heard the term the queen queen of sheba. I don't know if it's still a statement that that people throw out to each other but when in my day someone thought they were really all that and and and a bag of chips. We'd say to them. Well what what do you think of the queen of sheba. Anybody ever hear that before. You think that's where it comes from the queen of sheba. She was the queen of the south that jesus talked about the queen of sheba the region. You say that about some what do you think the queen of sheba is because the queen of sheba was extremely rich and she was extremely powerful. She possessed amazing wealth and amazing power and she was all that and a bag of chips. Can you see him in. But when the queen of sheba heard some rumors about the greatness of solomon she said. I gotta check this out. I can't imagine there's anybody that great and so she went looking to see what she thought for herself about salmon. I encourage you to find out for yourself what you think about. Jesus don't take my word for. Let me show you to him and you make your own judgment. Because he's the greatest thing you're ever going to bump into there ain't nothing greater than jesus however let's get back to the store here bible says when the queen of sheba this is found in i kings chapter ten with the queen of sheba had seen all of the wisdom of solomon. She couldn't believe it so she went to see for herself. She couldn't believe it what she saw. All the wisdom of solomon which she saw the house that he had built the food on his table the seating of his officials the attendance of his servants their clothing his cup bearers and his burnt offerings. What you offered in the house of the lord there was no more spirit left in her. He was like whoa. This is beyond my wildest imagination. So there was no more spirit left in her and she said to the king. The report i heard was true which i heard in my own land of your affairs in your wisdom. She said but i did not believe those reports until i came and with my own eyes had seen it and behold that half was not told me and i'm here to tell you today that no matter how hard i try or no matter how hard anybody else tries to tell you how great jesus is we cannot tell the half of it. You got experience it for yourself. Praise got there is no sufficient way to truly describe the greatness of god. And that's why when philip what to went into thinly said hey come on. I have found the messiah this canadian. He's a good amy. Good come out of galle. He tried to convince them. This was the guy the messiah and finally he couldn't do it with words. So how many of you know what he said he said. Come and see. Come and say come. We may just see for yourself. This guy is the real deal. I'm encouraging you come and see that jesus is the real deal. I can't explain them to you. And in fact the famous words of of that great preacher s m lockridge that preached that sermon. That's my king. I played portions of that on our screen. Awhile back he he finally said i would after after going through all of these phenomenal descriptions he said. I wish i could describe him to you. but he's indescribable. this jesus i serve is indescribable. You got experience for yourself. Dr robert g. lee. I did not say robert. E i said robert g. lease a three theologian. He said this. He said the pharisees wondered about jesus bold statement that a greater than solomon is here. He said jesus was just a carpenter son. This is what he said. And i quote he says solomon was born in a palace. Jesus was born in a stable. They're trying to reconcile. Jesus saying a greater than solomon is here and they're putting the more pal you're more stable solomon was born in jerusalem. We know that jesus was born in bethlehem bethlehem. The bible tells us is the least among the cities in israel. Mollis almost insignificant solomon came from.

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"solomon " Discussed on Mo Egger

Mo Egger

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"solomon " Discussed on Mo Egger

"My right on time for our guy. Solomon wilcox it's four thirty. This is espn fifteen. Thirty by the way brennaman and jones on baseball in twenty minutes. Your phone calls between now and then but i Solomon wilcox has joined the belief podcast network in the belief podcast network is seemingly growing by the day and we've had on a number of their hosts and analysts and the bengals related. Podcast sali is now the host. That's actually the believe in bengals. Podcast with adam jones adam pacman jones. Solomon the emmy award. Winning broadcast or the former bengal the sirius. Xm host and a guy. Who's been on the show nearly every time we've asked check out the podcast. It's part of the believe podcast network sally. It's it's good to have you. How are you sir mo a great. Thanks for having me on. I get the hook up with adam. Pacman jones. i know what odd pairing a lot. It's a lot of fun. And he briefs very interesting and unique. I was gonna say at the very least. He's not going to be boring. That right there. You go.

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"solomon " Discussed on The Bible in a Year

The Bible in a Year

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"solomon " Discussed on The Bible in a Year

"You can also subscribe to this podcast by clicking on subscribe and then you'll be subscribed as i said chapter eleven of i kings. This is where we finally hear what we know was coming. We saw hints of at solomon's cracks was hints of solomon losing his way and this is finally the time when we see it. We see it happen and it is horrible. It's devastating but is also is The truth and so pay attention to solomon in. I kings eleven. As well as listened to the wisdom of solomon or of the author of ecclesiastes ten eleven twelve and we then also get to pray with david in psalm nine. The first book of chapter eleven solomon's errors now. King solomon loved many foreign women the daughter of pharaoh and moa mobike amanite eater might sedonia and hittite women from the nation's concerning which the lord had said to the sons of israel. You shall not enter into marriage with them. Neither shall they with you for surely they will turn away your heart after their gods solomon clung to these in love. He had seven hundred wives princes. And three hundred concubines. And his wives turned away his heart for when solomon was old his wives turned away his heart after other gods and his heart was not wholly true to the lord his god as was the heart of david his father for solomon went after after the goddess of the sedonia civilians and after milcome the abomination of the ammonites so solomon did what was evil in the sight of the lord and did not wholly follow the lord as david. His father had done then. Solomon built a high place for chumash. The abomination of lab and from molik the abomination of the ammonites on the mountain east of jerusalem. And so he did for all his foreign wives who burned incense and sacrificed to their gods and the lord was angry with solomon because his heart had turned away from the lord the god of israel who had appeared to him twice and had commanded him concerning this thing that he should not go after other gods but he did not keep what the lord commanded therefore the lord set to. solomon since. this has been your mind and you have not kept my covenant and my statutes which i have commanded you. I will surely tear the kingdom from you and we'll give it to your servant yet for the sake of david your father. I will not do it in your days. But i will tear it out of the hand of your son however i will not tear away all the kingdom but i will give one tribe to your son for the sake of david my servant and for the sake of jerusalem which i have chosen adversaries of solomon and the lord raised up an adversary against solomon haddad. The might he was of the royal house in eat them for when david was in adam and joab the commander of the.

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"solomon " Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"solomon " Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"But i do think that You're going to have a debate on january six unlike any presidential election in recent history. And i think in in between now and then the dynamics of the trump campaign and their lawyers are focused on is can we get some legislatures remembering the six states that are in dispute five or entirely controlled legislatures by republicans well any of those legislature stand up and say we reject the governor's slate of electors. And we're gonna try to impose our own if any one of those states achieve that. No one has done it yet but if they did that it would have to go to the courts and of course it have to say Which electors are going to be the official electors. The constitution says the legislature gets the last say so That would be the second dynamic. We're watching for. Oh well well john Some breaking news The the president has officially vetoed the seven hundred thirty. Two billion to Bill where does that go john. Solomon well it It makes those lawmakers have to come back to washington during the holidays. Potentially right. Because you can't yeah now they can't be but i know donald trump donald trump and he meant it you know the one thing about donald trump. He says what he means. He means what he says. And i think in this scenario lawmakers tried to play a game of chicken with him and then the worst case scenario they'll have to come back right now. It appears that they have the votes to override a veto but they have to come back to the dynamic that could change. That is that the president suddenly has picked up traction. Ironically with them that's This whole issue of small stimulus payments enlarge foreign aid in that last bill and the question is has. He changed the dynamic enough that some people are going to back off their support of the pentagon. Bill don't know yet The last head count. I saw a week ago suggested that there was enough votes houses to override the veto but The president changed a lot of dynamics last night when he made this issue the stainless bell and the most interesting dynamic. That's occurred is that democrats normally torture the president and they're criticize them are rallying behind the president. Saying you know he's right about this. Let's give two thousand stimulus and take some of that foreign aid money back. Who would have thought that in the final days of twenty twenty democrats would be in donald trump's corner on anything. I don't know that that's going to be enough. Because what he's more concerned about. I perceived from his speech last night was not just getting the more money to the to the taxpayer but getting rid of all of that that graph that was going everywhere else. Like some of those dollars back. Yeah exactly now. he listened. That's a winning argument for him. The american people are on his side on this one and the question now is dynamic and he creighton congress can you create a coalition of some republicans some democrats to get his will But he's he's mixed up the town in a way. Nobody saw on monday morning. You gotta read all of his stuff. John solomon at just the news. What a genuine concept for journalism today. Just the news. John always good to talk to you that you guys have a very christmas too..

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"solomon " Discussed on Zen Parenting Radio

Zen Parenting Radio

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"solomon " Discussed on Zen Parenting Radio

"You just come at it with obviously such expertise and wisdom, but also a lot of you know research and a lot out of, you know, kind of hone a very difficult concept down. So again followed doctor Solomon on Instagram or Facebook, and you'll see those posts and don't forget now we didn't get to it today and maybe we can make it home. To each other that we're going to talk about the book that we have not so we talked to dr. Solomon about her first book on podcast number 372. It's called loving bravely a discussion with dr. Alexander Solomon off the name of her newest book is called taking sexy back and I'm going to play a little clip that I got ready. I knew you know what, you know.

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"solomon " Discussed on Magnify Him Together

Magnify Him Together

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"solomon " Discussed on Magnify Him Together

"My name is Tim Young. And you might recognize my voice. I'm usually on the Essential Bible studies podcast, but have been invited to come over here and to talk to you teens about a very important subject that is a study of the Song of Solomon. Now. In my opinion, the Song of Solomon is the most difficult book in the Bible. It uses this deep poetical language. It's like trying to understand Shakespeare On top of that, there's no context about win or why it was written. At least the book of revelation has that. On top of it all it becomes obvious that there are all these different speakers, but sometimes it's not clear who is doing the talking. And because of this are numerous different viewpoints on the book with all sorts of fanciful interpretations. So while the Song of Solomon is the most difficult book of the Bible. I also believe it is one of the most important books of the Bible for young people to understand in a practical sense. And by practical, I mean looking at the song of Solomon..

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"solomon " Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"solomon " Discussed on KTOK

"Solomon was easily the wisest man whoever lived and his work is worth reading on that basis alone but there is more to the story than to discover more write or call and ask for a free introductory CD titled the worst of both the song of Solomon right two born to weigh a post office box five six zero White House Texas seven five seven nine one four call toll free one eight eight eight Bible forty four as I was working my way through this idea a song came to mind it's a twenty seven song the psalmist says one thing I have desired of the lord that's what I'm going to seek that I may dwell in the house of the lord all the days of my life to be hold the beauty of the lord and to inquire in his temple to behold the beauty of the lord Solomon's temple was a gorgeous edifice it probably would not have been terribly impressive by modern standards but I mean it was gold everywhere you looked it was a beautiful city symmetry the symmetry was there a well constructed beautifully constructed building and he went in and in in looking at the temple and the beauty of the temple he looked beyond it to the beauty of the lord himself and I thought about it you know one thing I have desired of the lord is that I would dwell in the house of the lord forever to behold the beauty of the lord himself and to inquire in his temple to be able to get answers to all those questions that be demolition this life to be able to get the answers about the origin of the universe the extent of the thing what's actually going on and how stars are made and how they died to get a complete set of facts as it were and to go beyond to the philosophy and to be able to understand the love of god that led to the creation of the universe as we look out and see it all the days of eternity to behold the beauty of the lord and to inquire of him now I don't know what people make of this people who to home beauty is not important to some people what is important to them is what works and there really is a name for its called utilitarianism but to be hold the beauty of the lord to be able to inquire of him that's a whole different thing the author Victor Frankel gave me a new and valuable insight on this in his book man's search for meaning I recommend the book very highly that's Victor Frankel he spoke of a day before I go there though I should remind you Victor Frankel was a a German psychiatrist he was Jewish he was taken like so many other Jews to the concentration camps he was made slave labour like everyone else was any oftentimes had to get up in the.

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"solomon " Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"solomon " Discussed on KOMO

"And honor the victims of Solomon these many atrocities and we take comfort in knowing that his reign of terror is over president trump and the Pentagon saying the death of Iranian general Qasem Soleimani will disrupt plans to attack the U. S. but after the strike at the airport in Baghdad are Americans in the region safer or in more danger we pose that question to retired four star general Barry McCaffrey fall I think it directly the man to our response against the Americans in the region and possibly in the United States I be not surprised that there weren't actions taken against you know senior of military or political or diplomatic officials almost anywhere from Paris to but surely in the region the Iranians have tremendous foot print on the ground minor shelter rainy and don't scare easily you know there were a million killed during the Iran Iraq war so there's still a tremendous amount of capacity with the Iranians to absorb punishment I don't think they want war I'm sure hold folders Shanwei now trump gets scared and discharge the open conversation through the arrange that gives them a way out and tried to get back to Loring transient coach he definitely push the button that escalated to the whole the whole affair by striking against the commander of the could force for speaking with retired four star general Barry McCaffrey what are your concerns about cyber attacks and what might this mean to the Iran nuclear deal I think the Iran nuclear deal has one trump took it off the table which would yield fight I thought was a bad accord my shelf space here we got what we could not what we needed I think was an online so backing out of that would be even more so we've lost our allies the Russians the Chinese or our application the book that the economic sanctions this can get their oil the market so they are desperate hi I think we've we've made the likelihood of violence in the Middle East immensely more likely and what do you think about the possibility of cyber attacks it is only two countries that have gone after us with offensive five or for the Iranians and the North Korea the Iranians have been quite aggressive with the state took down most of the Saudi oil and free with one of their cyber attacks causing a Norman monetary loss of that is so I I I think that'll be an expected part of the counter strike what can you tell us about this so the money well he was a normal socially progressive smart capable brave commander he came of age there's a young officer in a revolutionary guards that during the Iran Iraq war just punishing you sure five survivor chemical attack currently also known for trying to mitigate the incredible losses the Iranians talk lightly armed but CG fighters running through mine fields the object that all that you try to protect allied troops so if you have an enormous following insider ran up on pale text it out you know most people shower breeding in Iran it is yeah out I'm dubious about that many people here again in Iran no question but he was an iconic figure inside not just the revolutionary guards but inside so I think there were a lot of the video we're now she coming out of there on a help for people in tears and mass demonstration the the Ayatollah personally went through moment Kara thanks soldiers they declared create national morning Paul it was definitely got their attention they're gonna angry but hopefully we'll sit down and think through what jurors are longer term they get a good hello and on ocean kill a bunch of Americans they are going to be trouble man on and I think there's going to be very little support for that kind of escalation a retired four star general Barry McCaffrey thank you so much they're going to be what you know come all afternoon news on Cologne.

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"solomon " Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"solomon " Discussed on KOMO

"The victims of Solomon these many atrocities and we take comfort in knowing that his reign of terror is over president trump and the Pentagon saying the death of their Ronnie in general Qasem Soleimani will disrupt plans to attack the U. S. but after the strike at the airport in Baghdad are Americans in the region safer or in more danger we pose that question to retired four star general Barry McCaffrey fall I think it directly Amanda our response against the Americans in the region and possibly in the United States I be not surprised that there weren't actions taken against you know senior of military or political or diplomatic officials almost anywhere from Paris to but surely in the region the Iranians have tremendous foot print on the ground I know it will remind ourselves the rainy and don't scare easily you know there were a million killed during the Iran Iraq war so there are still a tremendous amount of capacity for the Iranians to absorb punishment I don't think they want war I'm sure hold folders Shanwei now trump gets scared and discharge the open conversation the arrange that gives them a way out and not try to get back to lowering tensions he definitely push the button that escalated to the whole the whole affair by striking against the commander of the could force for speaking with retired four star general Barry McCaffrey what are your concerns about cyber attacks and what might this mean to the Iran nuclear deal I think the Iran nuclear deal have one truck took it off the table which would yield five I thought was a bad accord myself face here we got what we could not what we needed I think was an online so but backing out of that would be even more so we've lost our allies the Russians the Chinese or our application the fact that the economic sanctions this can get their oil the market so they are desperate hi I think we've we've made the likelihood of violence in the Middle East immensely more likely and what do you think about the possibility of cyber attacks it is only two countries that have gone after us with the fence of five or for the Iranians and the North Korea the Iranians have been quite aggressive with the state took down most of the Saudi oil and with one of their cyber attacks causing a Norman monetary losses that is so I I I think that'll be an expected part of the counter strike what can you tell us about this so the money well he was a normal socially progressive smart capable brave commander he came of age as a young officer in a revolutionary guards that during the Iran Iraq war just punishing you sure five that survived the chemical attack hello it was apparently also known for trying to mitigate the incredible loss search the Iranians talk lightly armed but CG fighters running for mine field the object that all that you try to protect the lives so he has an enormous following insider ran up Pompeii texted out almost people shower breeding in Iran it is yeah out I'm about that many people here again in Iran no question but he was an iconic figure inside not just the revolutionary guards but inside so I think there were a lot of the video we're now she coming out of there on a help for people in tears and mass demonstration the the Ayatollah personally went through omens Kara thanks sold today declared create national morning Paul it was definitely got their attention they're gonna angry but hopefully we'll sit down and think through what jurors are longer term if they get a good following on ocean Philip entre Perica they are going to be trouble and on and I think there's going to be very little support for that kind of escalation a retired four star general Barry McCaffrey thank you so much Sir good to be with you come on it is time for forty but the hawks and eagles get some key players back for Sunday's wild card game details from couples bill source at the Harley exterior sports desk Seattle's chances will be enhanced if defensive venture Davy and cloudy and safety quandary digs can play in Philadelphia really a good deal a plus for us he he's had a real positive impact on solving the you can do that again coach Pete Carroll also saying tight and Luke Wilson and running back Marshawn Lynch both had a good week of practice left guard Mike Iupati is questionable the eagles will not have receiver Nelsen Adelard but rookie running back mile Sanders says he's good to go and tight end Zach urge appears ready for the winter season over ball game hawks middle linebacker Bobby Wagner named to the AP NFL all pro team a fifth time first it was Jacob Beeson and hunter Bryant now university of Washington running backs of on Oct man enters the NFL draft it's a final in Boise Ohio wins the famous potato bowl thirty to twenty one over Nevada tough start to the pac twelve basketball season for Washington losing by two at home to UCLA next husky basketball game.

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"solomon " Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"solomon " Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Let's address this market Solomon a little bit more sterile of course with the help of on freedom of the press all the scholarship is there someone not half a million of your purchase this book either as a hard cover book or any book Bernie audio half a million of you and this is why we all now know what the media actually are but let me start this way you've heard me talk about this fellow William run and what he wrote CBS news digital political correspond to networks managing director politics November eleven twenty sixteen right after the election of trump set the mood in Washington's press corps is bleak and deservedly so it shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone with a few exceptions we were all tacitly or explicitly with Hillary which has led to a certain anguish in the face of Donald trump's victory more than that and more importantly we also missed the story after having spent months mocking the people who had a better sense of what was going on this is All symptomatic every modern journalism's great moral and intellectual family it's unbearable smugness I knew what he was doing when he invited his crowds to jeer in is the reporters covering him they hate us and have for some time can you blame them journalists love mocking trump supporters we diagnose them as racist in the way dark age clerics confuse medical problems with demonic possession journalist said are worse see ourselves as a priestly caste we believe we not only have access to the indisputable facts and you heard that with that market Solomon but also a greater truth a system of beliefs divine from an advanced understanding of justice this is all a white wash you see trump voters are racist and sexist so there must be more racist and sexist then we realized journalists increasingly don't even believe in the possibility of reasoned disagreement and you see that with Chuck Todd when it comes to climate change and other matters and as such describes cynical motives to those who think about things a different way as a direct result we get it wrong with greater frequency out on the road we forget to ask the right questions we can't even imagine the right question we don't know assignments to certain that what we find well served to justify our biases brilliant and I'm going to explain to you to use the language of the left that their biases are baked into their DNA right into their DNA because of this is to be a revolution there needs to be a revolution and what goes on in the news rooms virtually all the news rooms because it's it's unhealthy for Republic for civil society in fact it's destructive when the media become propagandists propagandists for an ideology and a political party and the government I'm not sure about the trump administration I'm told that the government and that's why Bernie Sanders doesn't get the kind of anal exam that others do that's why Liz Warren gets way with her serial line that's right Joe Biden can get away with being at the phone and on and on and on they have a high level a high level of have compassion and ignorance when it comes to the Democrats feel so we wanted to get to this a little bit more deeply if you'd.

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"solomon " Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"solomon " Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Let's address this market Solomon a little bit more sterilized because with the help of on freedom of the press all the scholarship is there so why not half a million of you have purchased this book either as a hard cover book or any book or any audio half a million of the and this is why we all now know what the media actually are but let me start this way you've heard me talk about this fellow William Ron and what he wrote CBS news digital political correspondent the network's managing director politics November eleven twenty sixteen right after the election of trump set the mood in Washington's press corps is bleak and deservedly so it shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone with a few exceptions we were all tacitly or explicitly with Hillary which has led to a certain anguish in the face of Donald trump's victory more than that and more importantly we also missed the story after having spent months mocking the people who had a better sense of what was going on this is All symptomatic every modern journalism's great moral and intellectual failing it's unbearable smugness rob knew what he was doing when he invited his crowds to jeer in is the reporters covering him they hate us and have for some time and can you blame them journalists love mocking trump supporters we diagnose them as racers in the way dark age clerics confuse medical problems with demonic possession journalist said are worse see ourselves as a priestly caste we believe we not only have access to the indisputable facts and you heard that with that market Solomon but also a greater truth a system of beliefs divine from an advanced understanding of justice this is all a white wash you see trump voters are races and sexes so there must be more racist and sexist then we realized journalists increasingly don't even believe in the possibility of reasoned disagreement and you see that what Chuck Todd when it comes to climate change and other matters and as such ascribes cynical motives to those who think about things a different way as a direct result we get it wrong with greater frequency out on the road we forget to ask the right questions we can't even imagine the right question we don't know assignments to certain that what we find well served to justify our biases brilliant brilliant and I'm going to explain to you to use the language of the left that their biases are baked into their DNA great into their DNA because of this is to be a revolution there needs to be a revolution of the media kind the what goes on in the news rooms virtually all the news rooms because it's it's unhealthy for Republic for civil society in fact it's destructive when the media become propagandists propagandists for an ideology and a political party and the government I'm not sure about the trump administration I'm trying but the government and that's why Bernie Sanders doesn't get the kind of anal exam that others do that's why Liz Warren gets way with her serial lying that's right Joe Biden can get away with being at the phone and on and.

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"solomon " Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"solomon " Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And that's all and Solomon and well let's face it all everyone's center but that doesn't mean that they can't be great leaders and god chose those people to be great leaders for his people and Rick Perry said that he thinks that Donald Trump is also one of those chosen leaders and because he said that people say that he's part of the trump cold well is that the case or is this just a fundamental understanding of god's relationship to governing authorities and our leaders what do you think how about Mike in Vienna go ahead Mike you're on to be a male Mike you're out hello yes good Mike Europe okay how about David Chesapeake beach go ahead David you're on to be a male you are Hey well written well in the conversation today really thanks man Hey this call and I am so you mentioned earlier that the Calvinists than a lot of different branches Christianity and different beliefs but I'm calling is that the Christian my only my thought on it you know when you're talking about Obama our problem was elected and if that was done well I do believe that and unfortunately I have to prepare them for you just like as a Christian I was are you know my brothers or sisters they they were being burned at the stake by Nero in the first century and they still required to pray for him so yeah I mean I guess the difference is Nero you know was an emperor who got there through the you know it was in eighty eight and election of the will of the people in a democracy yeah you know so so so for for god to choose this leader for our country and the it means he he's actively involved in in motivating us to vote the way we vote which is interesting to interesting but I mean in the Senate said Obama side I mean David Carter I mean really Jimmy Carter right I'm a guy can do better than that I thank god uses he uses the leaders and sometimes that the judge will for us but I think in the end that I agree with you know what he can't but you can't allow and when things really changed and that's really kind of where you get all of the the different branches of and different beliefs is young blood is shed things change yeah elle rich changes in the parts change so our demo but we don't get that very sort of it you know I get it I do I have a great thanksgiving and good insights there by the way how about gosh how about the salmon Alexandria I do like this Sam's going mad on us go ahead say I'm here on the via mail K. what if I was there I give you Big Brother man hug this is an outstanding topic in conversation thank you I think is Christian and particularly you know if we look and we think that god is omniscient the PO I'm the president and I missed the chance then we have to accept that he can do what he wants or what he chooses not to when and where he does to influence for his end sure and yeah and if we look at that he uses our free will or good or bad to accomplish is the is there and.

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