23 Burst results for "Spurgeon"
Zuccarello Scores Twice as Wild Top Arizona 5-2
"Mats Zuccarello scored two power play goals as the wild beat the coyotes for the fifth time in six meetings this season five two the guerrillas power play tallies give Minnesota twelve in its last seven games Zach Parise said Jared Spurgeon also scored and cam Talbot made twenty eight saves to help the wild so little find their hold on third place in the west division preseason second period goal put the wild ahead to stay Jacob chicken and Phil Kessel scored in Arizona's fifth straight loss if you want to stop seventeen of twenty two shots in his first game since March twenty second I'm Dave very
Spurgeon scores 2, Wild beat Ducks 3-2 for 10th home win
"Jared Spurgeon scored twice in camp Talbot stopped twenty seven shots as the wild down the docks three to two Ryan Suter collected two assists to help Minnesota sweep the two game set with Anaheim Spurgeon has three goals in his last five games since opening the season on a twenty five game goal drought really do much space suits yes thanks a lot my statement right and then the group I think every night there's always someone different and thank you Sir yeah we got a call that are smart vehicle Sturm snapped a two two tie seven minutes into the second period minutes after Max Comtois knotted the score for the docks the Wilder within four points of the west division lead after winning for the seventh time in nine games I'm Dave Ferrie
"spurgeon" Discussed on Nighttime Conversations With Steve and Freja
"Well. I would say that. It's not always a choice. Like i don't think it's always a choice when people get triggered but i do think that even recognizing that there's something that you can do can give you more choices so it's a matter of usually Approaching it from a resource state. Like figuring out what you're going to do before you get triggered when you get triggered having a plan of what you can do so that you have more choices in that moment. Okay thanks a lot of sense and do you think that. There's a difference between general anxiety. Let's say 'cause here's a hot topic it's on every it's on the tip of everybody's tongue with cove in the world at large like there's a lot of unrest and i believe that that sort of constant low level or high level fear is contributing to people's generalized anxiety. So yeah absolutely kit at night. It's a it's a mental burden if if you're constantly trying to figure out how to negotiate the basics of life and stay safe and also kind of mediate your relationships with other people and what they think round all this whatever that is. I don't even know but i know that even there's a lot of political polarization going on in that is stressful so Absolutely i think depending is contributing to stress so in this type of stressful world. How does a person like a regular person maintain their sanity instead of being drawn into having anxiety all the time. I think it's important to focus on what you can control. And i'm saying this is You know. I felt like i had to go through this myself. When the pandemic hit it felt like there were things that were not in my control and there still are a lot of things that are not in my control but you know i can also see that some of that is perception like even before the pandemic cabins. Any number of things. That could have happened. That were out of my control. I could have died in a car accident. I could have had been had. My house hit by a meteor not to catastrophe. But you know this is isn't interesting circumstance that our generation hasn't experienced in using that broadly a don't mean like generations. I mean like the people. I've on this planet right now. Most of us of night experienced something quite like this but It's an illusion that we can control. Things are happening outside of us. Sue is important like when you start to feel like anxiety about things that are beyond your control. It's important to bring your attention back to that which you can control and something really freaking basic. That you can go to is your breath. I was just gonna ask you for. I was going to ask you for two things. Actually one was what something that we can do in the moment right now i'm starting. I'm just feeling stressed anxious. It's generalized anxiety versus in the moment reacting to something and having a panic attack What can i do throughout the day to feel better if i have a lot of anxiety. Generalized anxiety A really easy thing to do that. I like to teach is to just cross your hands across your chest. Do that now with your right hand. Go tap tap and with your left hand. Go tap tap in the into rhythm leagues Tap tap tap tap tap a kind of like a heartbeat..
Brittens Ceremony of Carols
"The recent. Tom hanks movie greyhound. The captain of destroyer leads a convoy across the u boat infested north atlantic during world war. Two not say that the trip from the us to britain in nineteen forty two was dangerous is not only an understatement of epic proportion it offers the context for the extraordinary composition of benjamin britten's ceremony of carols britten was arguably the most important british composer of the twentieth century. After three years in north america. He found himself in the middle of the atlantic aboard a swedish cargo vessel trying to return to his native england instead of panicking midst. The harrowing circumstances were too dangerous crossing. He wrote two. Choral works the him to saint cecilia and the ceremony of carols and as the name suggests the ceremony of carols consists of ten carols frame by the chant. Hodie a christie's not to est- today christ is born both the beginning and the end the carol employed day from the fourteenth to sixteenth centuries and are sung in middle and early modern english as well as in latin one. Care all deo gratias. Thanks be to god. Sung a combination of middle english. And latin tells the story of genesis three while the texas primarily about the fall the carols musical energy and emphasis is on thankfulness specifically thankfulness to god for providing a savior who sets things right. The most beloved carol in the work is this little bay. And despite the sentimental sounding title of this carol the tax describes the all out battle that this babe of bethlehem wages against satan himself the tax was written by robert southwell catholic priest who was hanged drawn and quartered by queen elizabeth. The first. here's how it goes this little babes as old as come to rifle. Satan's fold all hell doth add his presence quake though he himself for cold do shake for in his week. Unarmored wise the gates of hell he will surprise. Jeff's version of new york's classical music station w. Q x are caused this little babe his favorite christmas carol in south wales words and britain's music's spurgeon the battle between good and evil is one by quote a baby born in obscure poverty and it's depicted quote not by a huge orchestra and massive voices but by harp in a choir of children will britain the man who pulled all of this off musically could hardly be described as an orthodox christian definitely not a devout one his personal life including his sexual proclivities where the source of numerous controversies during his life even after his death still he was at least if this work composed during a potentially deadly voyage any proof so christ haunted man. Believe it or not in this. Britain's not unusual see so much of the west great art is inspired by christian themes in fact it's impossible to imagine the west cultural heritage without christianity and though much of our greatest art was created by people of unquestionable. Fates johann sebastian. Bach others were produced by people whose faith is unknown known to be non-existent the power that these works hold to move us is at route the power of the story that makes the work possible. The story that explains where human creativity like fully evident in the amazing talent of benjamin britten comes from in the first place and in this case to use virgins words. The story of god sneak attack on the forces of evil. Something will soon celebrate
"spurgeon" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink
"Those things had to be. Those things moved around with five miles per hour but they got somewhere they got somewhere. They did it dilly-dallied all the way across the lake. Well unfortunately they never found anything concrete but between that time. Nineteen eighty two and nineteen ninety. Two there were so many unofficial sightings and so many pictures our taken and so many reports that That was when the locker sponsor officially became a did because there was just so i mean there were literally like sonar projects coming out and like you know like it's the real deal secretary of state had to make a statement few years ago and somehow that wasn't enough for it's a really land as a cryptic but now that we're bringing science into it and really trying to discover this that's when it officially became the this big trend like in the nineties the eighty to ninety two eight in one thousand nine hundred actually a my favorite year then the real Been the real scripted. a period There was a The daily mail printed a potential new picture that was taken by a reader and it was this One of the daily mail reader and it was a really long ill with a weird looking head. Protruding out of the lake and nothing really came out of it. But i just wanted to tell you about it because i want to read the headline to you. Oh please do the head of the daily mail headline the daily mail headline was weirdly roasting messy for no reason they do that nessie rears her ugly head again but don't forget it is the silly season. I don't know what that is like. God someone translate the best. The best guess is the edinburgh fringe festival was happening. Time has comedy. I don't really have a best guess. There's a lot of improv happening. Maybe somebody was just feeling silly. I don't know. I don't know very nice to call nessie ugly but wow she's still ugly but then again it silly season so maybe she's just like being silly without her all girl now or wait. I took was a girl. But i feel like it's because of the name is nessie like it sounds. Yeah sounds more feminine. But then again i guess. Maybe we're all we're all definitely miss 'gendering the monster because we don't have a definite Understanding of the gender there but we could call it a sand monster again like you call. Wait a minute listeners. If it except it's a lake monster so it's kind of like the inverse. They're probably mortal enemies. Oh well that would make sense. Yes yin and yang thing like one has earth. One has the water they just need. They just need the fire monster on the air monster. And then you've got basically captain planet Now i'm lost. Okay okay so in two thousand nineteen Which is one of the most recent developments. Is that professor. Neil gamonal led a project to catalog all living species and loch ness using dna analysis and Unfortunately out of five hundred million dna sequences look through in the water of two hundred fifty samples. None of them were dna Matches for dinosaur giral oh jurassic reptile catfish or sturgeon. So we don't know about salmon. My first theory is back..
"spurgeon" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink
"I feel like suffering makes it Gives it a rougher connotation but it's tough If you know in through it if you're going to gone through it we get it clearly. We like to yell about it so certainly support you and i hope you can find the help your seeking because m did it. I did it so it's a really sucked so please keep keep fighting to be heard because eventually it will happen. Apparently now on lex pro so we'll see if i- exciting diminished still very sweaty palm. So i don't think so yet. Still tells me to breathe like every forty five minutes. It's like i literally it's so annoying. It's like maybe you should breathe. And i'm like maybe you should breeze haven't three six hours you're right you're right watch. My heart is dislike stopping. Because i'm not breathing. So do you have a reason why you drink besides problem with that your phone screaming or your wall. You're watch you all the time. It's not even a screams says it's so passive aggressively. It's like hey have you thought about breathing oxygen. And i'm like hey have you thought about shutting the fuck up big words for someone who can't fight like try me. It's actually very problematic yell at my watch a lot when i'm home alone. No i mean we have a kitten and he's a pain in my ass but he's so cute any just sits on your face in like breeds at you all night and who. He learned anything more about his personality like as he. Oh my god friendly like everyone else at our house. Gio and juniper get their anxiety speaking of which from me and they like hide will gio bar day are assholes. I lay are assholes fair real. Just not fun. I wouldn't invite them to a party if they were no. Judy hides in events as we know and like lives there for the time being until he decides on his own to come out and then so apparently we had people come up with like six. Something's always broken. And they were playing with mooney. And i was like oh my god like he was like playing with them and he he carries on this little toy and he brought it to them like a puppy. This cat is like the friendliest sweetest cat especially for being found behind a dumpster. You deserve anxiety more than these other. You've actually had a pretty rough life guy. They live the life of spoils but they hide in the vents and complain but anyway he's very sweet. I wish you were here to meet him. I would love to meet a friendly cat. Oh my gosh that like almost never happens. I never meet gats in your life. The ones that think they're dogs and like the the sociable way always very cute feeling real cuddly so he's a babe very excited. I can't wait to love him more than the others which seems impossible but anyway yeah. Happy one. Nine thousand nine. I'll see you next week on the to. Oh until then let's Crack into it one more time so a lot. Why don't keep singing. I don't know maybe. That's a side effect of lex bro. You don't so weird. As i used to sing through my apartment all the time and apparently that was a sign that of like a quote hyperactivity kinda cool and since..
"spurgeon" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink
"Recording and neither sam getting real close and let go say whatever we want. Well i mean it wouldn't be the first time that we will seepage on it last time where he was like. Oh you're recording. He said after. I was talking about how i was sobbing from my medication. Good times how everyone welcome. I know you probably just heard us say we said stupid things on air we didn't. We're not putting this in the dot in the upset but you can hear talk about how he said stupid things we should say stupid things and are are lovely Tech guy at cast is in charge of lamey know when i'm recording and he likes to tony emigrant after. I've said something wild so they wait just to close out that story real quick..
An Excerpt from the book Flirting with Darkness by Ben Courson
"An excerpt from the book flirting with darkness. Ben. Carson. Weapon number three, the magic number of greatness. I got to a point in my struggle with depression where something needed needed to change must suffering. So badly, I finally decided to do something about it. The ten thousand hour rule saved my life. His Book Outliers Malcolm Glad well demonstrated that to be truly greeted anything. You have to put in ten thousand hours of practice. People such as world chess champion Bobby. Fischer businessman Bill Joy, and IBM founder Bill Gates are among the many examples. Glad. While gives of people who excelled because they accelerated they focused and worked hard and gave at least ten thousand hours to becoming the best at what they did. Glad will show that whether you want to be a fiction writer or master criminal. Hockey player or a pianist ten thousand hours was the magic number of greatness. Bent my mind to that goal is a writer Manspeaker. A resolved to stop wasting my energies, processing psychological trauma and to go on a diametrically opposed direction. Instead of disappearing over why dreams weren't coming to pass, I decided to commit myself to working my fingers to the bone to ensure they did. Psychologists, John Hayes quote looked at how long it took the best composers of all time to create their first grey work. He found that nobody including Mozarts was a child prodigy had produced a piece of work of any significance until about ten years after they had I, taken music no amount of innate talent even in a field of genius such as music could overcome the years of practice necessary to Korea work someone may be talented. They may be lucky but they still have to go through ten years of practice in order to become a master and quote. When Churchill came to power during World War Two he said this as he was being inaugurated into office as prime. Minister quote. I. Offer you nothing save blood, toil tears, and sweat and quo. Lecture Chill Ready to go to battle anew, the path will be difficult PROC- ready to claim own finest hour. Getting better stars, which is getting off your tuition in doing something. So I did. My goal was to become a writer and a speaker put in the needed hours. My nearly worked myself to death, but it was infinitely better than brooding found the effort. Cathartic in fulfilling my spirit's began to lift. I figured I had two options number one either get discouraged that my dreams were not coming pass or number to spend the effort of getting prepared for when they did. Legendary preacher Charles spurgeon advised students to stop worrying about when they would get their shot at speaking and concentrate instead on their ability, and they'll let God take the opportunity in other words quit fretting over the how and focus on the what I took these words to heart and focused on my skill set as I improved my craft, our English word amateur comes from a French Italian an line route which means to love an obvious works when he loves the process and it feels good a professional is someone who worked seven days a week whether he feels like it or not. Today. My TV show hope generation is on twenty different networks more than one hundred and eighty countries and radio shows heard on more than four hundred stations daily. I get to speak in stadiums and arenas. My quote unquote overnight success came through hours of hard work. How you'll spend your ten thousand hours may be different from how I spend mind but you'll find as I did a clear focus and a way of getting off the existential treadmill of despair, transform your life but the age of twenty one, the average American has put ten thousand hours of practice into computer and video games when I use those hours for something more productive. How hard you hustle in the darkness determines how brightly you shine in the spotlight. To prepare for speaking to people I got really good at lecturing my furniture. My chairs were my captive audience I remember that Billy Graham. One said he got his start by preaching to alligators before he preached in stadiums. You have to start with a small stuff and work your way up. So I took every opportunity that presented itself. I spoke to classes of little kids and homeless shelters at old folks, homes, and to student clubs I volunteered to take the opportunities. Others turned down, I got lots of practice. When other speakers turned an organization or church down my said, yes I did this I several years Only the small minded person will refuse the small task for me if I had an audience of four people those enough to get some more practice to put in some more hours toward my ten thousand our goal. Jesus said that if you're faithful and a few small things, you'll be given responsibility over bigger ones Matthew Twenty five that sound good to me. Yes sometimes I did feel like surface the tragic here of Greek mythology who had to roll a boulder of a hill only to see roll back down then roll it back up again only for it to roll back down again repeatedly, I'll stubborn in my pursuit it was a great weapon against despair to keep working in spite of how I felt, which puts me in the mind of a scene from Tolkien's the Lord of the Rings in the First Book of that trilogy the Fellowship of the Ring, a band of warriors is commission travel to the ends of the Earth to destroy the evil ring of power by casting it into mount doom. During their long journey. Gandalf who was their leader was thought to be killed in the minds of Maurya in response airborne stepped up to lead the band in his stead amid his grief and despair he cried out farewell Gandalf what hope have we with you then he turned to the fellowship and said, we must do without hope let us gird ourselves and weep no more come. We have a long road. Like that trek to mount doom healing is usually a long journey. We normally don't start feeling better overnight sometimes, we must go on when we feel absolutely no hope. Our quest leads down a winding path and his sometimes fraught with trolls and Goblins and all manner of Dr Treasures. But psychological heroism is possible in such journey is were taking like Eric Gordon Frodo my set my foot upon my own path out of depression I gave them my flirtation with darkness and began to tread the road toward a grand purpose and it worked after many many years. The Dreams I had begun to despair finally came true new ones came into sight, but it all began by putting one foot in front of the other. If you allow yourself to just sit around and partly catatonic state stuffing yourself with junk food is a form of therapy and watching callous hours of television. You'll probably never start feeling better. But I. Tell You that you get off the couch and venture into the world to do something toward your goals. Things will start to change in your heart and mind if you pull yourself out of bed and get going on your dreams, that's how you'll will begin the journey to healing your broken spirit.
What was Before the Beginning?
"Most people start reading genesis they, they don't stop to go what was happening before the beginning right in saying and she's ready. The. Question to the book, start the Genesis starts realtime action with the beginning I mean. So you're already in the flow of it. So this is kind of stepping back and saying, okay well, what was happening before that actually started? So who was there? I mean They're a bunch of stuff going on. There are a bunch of people there. was there a big you know meeting talk about it with turtles way down who was there? Yes. So The way I understand it I think the way the Bible describes it is there was nothing everything is dark for was void try to. If you can nothingness like nothing nothing nothing nothing other than got. Got The. Only thing that there is got is the only thing that is a being that is in existence in he is entirely created actually had somebody asking me question the other day here at the church. I pastor now and they said jt glad you're here I've wrestled. This is a this is a kind of an older saints who've been walking the Lord for forty fifty years. And he said to me, he said agent at this intellectual question for the entirety of my walk with the Lord. Laird, God come from. In ease asking the question like who made godwit gut come into being, and that's a very common question in the Christian response to this is God didn't come from anything didn't start anywhere. He is the thing that is probably most distinct about God in this is what we learned last year in the apostles creed is that he is the maker he is the he is the one who has unmade. His created exists entirely distinctly enough himself in Trinidadian relationship father son and Holy Spirit. So the first thing we want to say before we even get into Tyrian ISM if you want to go down that path is before anything. got. Yup. Yeah. That's and it's pivotal because specifically when we're talking about who got is reference to these first chapters of Genesis, we often use the language of creator creature distinction right exactly, and that might be one of the most important distinctions. Bible makes in that we have in theology is that God is entirely. In of himself yeah. Absolutely. that. He is qualitatively different. Than anything else he is utterly unique. As. One of the ways when I teach this that I get people to sort of have this hit home as I say, right you gonNa make a chart and on one side you're gonNA. Label call them things that are created and then on the other side you're GonNa label it things that are created and then on the left hand side things that are created for you right? Right God. And then on the right hand side where you're going to write. Everything else like there's there's nothing that was not the did not That does not have got us its origin. Yeah. Yeah. So We. Start there with talking about God is Creator in Genesis clearly displaying this, that God is creator everything else is created but who is this guy jt? You mentioned it kind of when you were talking about that. This is trinity right God his father son and Holy Spirit, and so are we talking about three different gods up they're all discussing with one another are we in collaborating with one another are we talking about one God who has three different roles? Who are we talking about when we're talking about this God who is Father Son and Holy Spirit? Yes. I think there's just clues that are given to us in genesis some people like to go to genesis worn twenty six or the texts says, let us which shows some kind of divine plurality. There's lots of ways to to interpret probably better for us on suggest to go to the New Testament Charles spurgeon has analogy where he talks about God has always been trinity, but it's kind of like walking into a room where there's furniture everywhere in the old. Testament, the lights are off in a new testament. You're turning the lights on none of the furniture was placed there during the New Testament it was there the whole time, but you can now see it better. So canonical, it's actually probably better for us to to move our way backwards if God is if there's only one God. In he is trinity and that's what we see clearly in the New Testament in the churches confessions than that must be the same God who existed before creation, and so the way that we understand Trinitaria relations in the New Testament is that there are three persons in one God. Our definition for Trinidadian is is that God eternally exists as one essence in three distinct persons, each of whom are fully God yet, there's only one God so. Policy for a second. Could you could you go back and say our definition of the trinity is just kind of repeat that real slowly? Yes. So our definition of the Trinity is God. Eternally exists supposing there that he that's what we've just been talking about. He is eternal. He has not come into being he is the Creator and maker of all things. So so always been always will be it's right. Okay and and never will never came into existence never has ceased existing never will cease to exist
"spurgeon" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Spurgeon fleet people of all backgrounds genders and races have come together to demand change on a dam on a George and make the necessary changes to make bombs plus but the solution and not the problem the loan is below describe the pain he felt seeing his brother's death on video saying George cried out for help but he was ignored Linda Kenyon Washington Oakland the school superintendent there is backing a proposal to eliminate the school police force but critics have long argued contributes to the criminalization of young black people superintendent Kyla Johnson from L. and a majority of the school board sports proposal introduced at Wednesday's meeting a final vote expected in two weeks well scary situation as U. S. fighter jets intercepted Russian military bombers and escorts off the coast of Alaska Wednesday morning Jeff McCain's more the Russian military aircraft entered the Alaska air defense identification zone they were immediately intercepted by U. S. fighter jets in not one but two separate engagements and the first encounter five Russian attack planes including two fighter jets came within twenty nautical miles of the Alaska coastline the second formation was two bombers and an airborne early warning and control aircraft they came within thirty two nautical miles in a statement NORAD said the Russian military aircraft remained in international airspace and at no time did they enter the United States sovereign airspace Jeff McKay Washington already say California sheriff's deputy was shot my head in an ambush attack by a gunman intent on.
"spurgeon" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community
"Jesus Christ and believe on him. Now that is just the lack of these times where whereas earnestness now it's neither in the pulpits nor yet in the Pew as much as we need it and it is a sad sad age when earnestness is sculptor. And when that very zeal which ought to be. The prominent characteristic of the pulpit is regarded his enthusiasm and fanaticism. I go to make us all such fanatics as most men laugh at to make us all. Just such an says many despise we reckon it the greatest fanaticism in the world to go to hell the greatest enthusiasm upon to love sin better than righteousness and we think those neither fanatics nor enthusiasts who seek to obey goal rather man and follow. Christ in on his way. He's repeat that one proof the church wants. Revival is the absence of that death like sonum earnestness which was once seen in Christian pulpits. The absence of sound doctrine is another proof on need for revival. Do you know who are called. Anti no means now who called pipers who were laughter to a rejected as being unsound in the faith. Why the mend that. Once with the Orthodox now the heretics we can turn back the records of our puritan fathers to the articles of the Church of England to the preaching of Whitfield. And we can say that preaching. It is the very thing we love. But because we choose choose to reclaim them we are thought singular strange the reason is because some doctrine has to a great degree ceased. It began this way first of all. All the truths were fully believed. The little angles were taken off. The minister believes election. Didn't use the word for fear it should in some degree. Disturb the peace of the Deacon in the Green Pew in the corner. He believed that all men would deprave but he didn't say it out loud because if he did there was a lady who had subscribed to the Chapel. She would not come again so that while he did believe it and did. Satan some sense. He rounded it just a little an offer when it came to. This minister said we believe these auctions but we do not see them profitable to preach to the people that quite true free grace. It's true the great doctrines of race that were once preached by Christ by pull by Augustine by Calvin and down to this age by their successes. But they'd better be kept back. They must be cautiously dealt with. They're very deep and dreadful doctrines and they must be preached. We BELIEVE THEM. But We dan speak them out and then after that it came something worse they said within themselves well if these doctrines will not do for us to preach perhaps they are not truthful and going one step further. They said they dare not preach them. They did not actually say it but they began just a hint that they weren't true then they went one step further giving us something which they said was the truth and then they would cost us out of the synagogue as if they were the rightful owners of it and we were the intruders. So they've passed on from bad to worse and if you read the standard divinity of this age and the stunned divinity of Whitfield's Day you will find that the two cannot by any possibility stand together. We have got a new field. Edgy new theology. Why does anything butter theology? It is an allergy which is cast out God utterly and tiredly and enthroned man as it is the doctrine of man nor the doctrine of the everlasting God we want to revival of sound doctrine once more in the midst of the land and the Church Law needs a revival of down Roy earnestness in its members. You are not the men to fight the Lord's battles yet. You let earnestness this zeal. Which wants the children of God Hat? Your forefathers were Okun you we all people what many of them strong in doctrine when they are with strong doctrine men but they waiver when they get with others and they changes often as they changed their company. They're sometimes one thing and sometimes another they not the men to go to the steak and Dr. They are not the men that know how to die daily and so a ready for death when it comes look at our prayer metex with their abroad exception go in a there were six women. Scarcely ever enough members come to pray four times. Look at them prayer meetings. They're called sped meetings. They ought to be cooled for specially enough there attended and very few there go to our fellowship meetings or to any other meetings that we have to help one another in the fear of the Lord attended to. I'd like to see a newspaper printed somewhere containing list of all the people that went to these meetings during the week. In any of our chapels my friends. If they should comprise all the Christians in London you might find that a chapel of to hold them all. There are few enough that go. We don't have earnestness and we don't have life as once we odd if we. We should be called worse names than we are. We should have violent names thrown at us if we were more true twirl master. We should not have all things quite so comfortable. If we serve God better we are getting the church to be an institution of our land an honorable institution. Something a grand thing. When the Church becomes an honorable institution only think shows the churches swerved when she begins to be very honorable in the eyes of the Lord. She must still be cost out. She must still be cool evil and still be despised until that day will come when Lord on her because she has honored him even in this world in the day of his appearing beloved. Do you think he true the. Church one surviving. Yes no no you say the extent that you suppose we think the church is in good condition. We are not among those who cry the former days better than these. But you're not. You may be far wiser than we are. And therefore you're able to see those various signs of goodness which are to us so small that we are not able to discover them. You may suppose the church is in good condition if so of course you cannot sympathize with me in preaching from such a text urging you to such a prayer but there are others of you who are frequently prone to Croix needs reviving. Let me bid you. Instead of grumbling at your minister instead of finding fault with all the different parts of the Church to Cry Lord Revive. Your work says one if we had another minister over if we had another kind of worship if we had a different sort of preaching justice if it is it is over if the Lord with come into the hearts of the men have got if he would make the forms you do use full of power you do not want fresh ways of fresh machinery. You need life in what you have. There is an engine on a railway. A train has to be moved. Bringing other engine says one and another and another the engines brought up at the train doesn't move it to light the fire and the steamer. That is what you lack. Not Fresh engines. We do not want fresh ministers or fresh plans or fresh ways or fresh expressions though many might be invented to make the church better we only want life in what we have got a given the very man who has emptied your chapel given the self same person brought your prayer meeting low. God can make the chapel crowded to the doors yet and give thousands of souls so that very man. It is not a new. This is needed. It is the life of God in Him. Do not be crying out. Something new it know. More succeed of itself than what you have cry. Oh Lord revive your work. I've noticed in different churches that the minister has thought. First of this contrivance. None of that one. He's tried one plan and thought that would succeed. Then he tried. Mount wasn't keep to the old plan but get life in it. We do not need anything new. The old is better. Let us keep to it. But we want life in the old. Oh and cry. We have nothing but the shell. They're going to give us a new shell service. We will keep the old one the old thing but we must or else we throw the old away. Let's have life in the old that God would give us life. The church wants fresh revivals. A roofer the days of Kemba slang again when Whitfield preached power over the days. When in this place hundreds were converted sometimes under Whitfield sermons? It's been known that two thousand credible cases of conversion have happened under single sermon over the age. When I should be strained ear should be ready to receive the word of God and when men drink in the word of life since it is the very water of life which God gives to dying souls. For the age of deep feeling the age of deep thoroughgoing earnestness lettuce our score for it that is plead with him for it for C. Has the man or the men somewhere who will shake the world yet preps even now he is about to pull for the mighty influence upon men which will make the churches is wonderful in this age as it ever was in any age that has passed dot granted. For Christ's sake there's a part in the serving he goes. I know you're not all saved. Look at the crime. Stats of London. How can you all believers of crime is so high? Read the newspapers. It doesn't say those exact words we pretty much says that to them and it's such an amazing way to talk to your audience. Such a truthful an honest. Look at his people. He doesn't just assume they know God he goes look. I'm looking around me. I'm seeing the fruit and I see the crime stats. How can you be Christians? I A we say this a thousand times on the show but imagine a minister looking at his congregation and saying look you criminals. You can't be Christians if you're going to be acting like this. I also think that that is so there's truth there and there's a way of just speaking the truth and being blunt and being honest and not telling them what they need what they want to hear but telling them what they need to hear because if you want them to grow up into become Christians that are going to change the world and actually make a difference be remembered they need to be told the truth about themselves which is look. You're not producing fruit. That looks like Christian believing fruit and I really love the way Charles spurgeon does that I love the way he just goes after them and I really hope that that that continued desire will be in the church that we have not grown soft on telling people the Real Truth of the Gospel and who we really are which is centers. Yeah one of the reasons. I love revived thoughts looking at all these different areas. One of the things I find interesting is that every pastor always thinks that their generation is one of the most sinful generations you know even in today's society. It's not uncommon at all to hear a pastor. Salem look around us look look how often societies looks us and Florida's and I mean realistically. We were fallen people. Every generation is as fallen as the previous generation. But I do think it's interesting that spurgeon there's a point in there where he talks about how it's fashionable to go to church like he saying that everyone goes to church now. No one has taken this seriously. And what's more is that? It's it's a front. It's a disguise. He's so good with his poetry. He says at one point at the outside of the tombs may have become wider but within the bones are just as rotten as before saying that the these these people are going to church. They look like they're being spiritual but inside their bones are just as Rawdon as the rest of society and I mean that's kind of in contrast to current society where you know. More and more people are becoming unchurched there outside of the Church and people look at that and say what a central generation but here spurdens looking at people going to church and saying what is generation. It's just it's just it's fascinating to see people's view on humanity and how you know whatever era. Whatever time we're in we're.
"spurgeon" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community
"Yeah and we have a new host for that. Show that we're excited ring in Faneuil is the narrator for that show. We hope you make it a part of your morning routine. You can search for revivals in your podcast APP of choice now. Let's continue on with spurgeon Joel. It was interesting doing the research for this episode because I realized that the verse that spurgeon really centers on here back three two is actually one. He's done multiple sermons about someone wanted to go do more research on this. I kept running into these other sermons. It's not super important but it definitely seemed like this idea of revival and asking God to refresh. His people is something that really stuck out to Charles. Virgin it's something that he came back to a lot now. We've done to other sermons by Charles Virgin before and he. He's a familiar name. Our listeners familiar name to most of us they call him the prince of preachers. And you can check out. Those episodes are catalog. The first one a call to the depressed we interview the head of the spurgeon center talking about Charles. Spurgeon is wrestling with depression. I think it's a really important episode to listen to if you haven't listened to and also we did another episode on Charles spurgeon before where we were you and I actually asked. Adia was he. You know the great great patriots as they say and we kinda run through the stats. And I noticed that because even though we've done two episodes we've actually never really done a run down on his actual life like who he was yeah. They've all been kind of focused on moments in his life. Which I kinda like it when we do that. I kind of just kind of exploring a specific aspect of someone's life. We're going to be doing a little bit more of that here today. Focusing on a specific event in his life but as a quick recap spurgeon he was born in England in eighteen thirty four. His father and grandfather both already ministers and he said that his earliest memories was looking at the books. Pilgrim's progress and foxe's book of martyrs. Now you'd think that child being raised in a household full of ministers would be destined to follow Jesus from the get-go but that was not the case it really wasn't until he was about fifteen years old any set out one morning to go to a church service and he got caught in this terrible snowstorm in the snowstorm is what we're going to kind of focus on here today. Yeah I wanted to focus on the snowstorm because it's actually really cool in my mind how it happened in. Maybe you already have heard the story. I you know as I was reading doing research a lot of people. Yeah it's the old snowstorms story. But spurgeon is heading to church to hear his father preached but a big snowstorm does blows in it. He can't see where he's going cold shivering. He's probably soaking wet. I grew up in Florida. This wasn't really a problem. Had I remember the first couple times I got cut out in the snow? I couldn't understand why everyone didn't move to Florida. It's just absolutely awful. It's so betty spurgeon realizes he's not going to make it to church and so we actually just sees kind of building up ahead he sees as a church is I'm GonNa go for it and see if he opens the doors unlocked and there's some people inside and it's a little methodist chapel. Now if you're me I honestly. I've seen snowstorms storms nice on the road and I haven't wanted to go to church at all right like sometimes it's just too much and and for so many this would have been this huge inconvenience that kept them from going into who knows how many people didn't go to church that day and didn't hear the Gospel weren't able to but even though what would have looked like a bad day to everyone else God was using it to save. Something saved someone very important in that moment. And as I said some people wouldn't have been able to make it a church. Actually the minister of that Methodist Chapel couldn't make it to church that day he he could not make it to the chapel through the snowstorm. So the people in there he was with were kind of wondering what to do Spurgeon said he was the only young man in the church so was probably a bunch of old people in just him and he's a stranger to kind of walked into get out of the cold. I'd imagine this was an uncomfortable moment for him. I imagine he's feeling awkward. And kinda wishing the snow would let up so he could just leave. He sees his old man. Go Up to the pulpit. He wasn't a a learned me. It wasn't educated guy. This guy wasn't holding the big theological to theological degree up there. A surgeon calls them in his memoirs. Calls him a shoemaker. This was just a simple guy who loved God realized someone needed to get up and preach and he decided he was going to be that guy. That's right in. This guy didn't wake up ready to preach that. He had no idea about the snowstorm but he gets up there and he preaches the truth of the Gospel from Isaiah. Forty five twenty two which says turned to me and be saved all the ends of the Earth for I am God and there is no other and this old man does probably like the lease friendly thing that you could do to a new visitor at church. I don't know if you've ever been sitting in Church. And listening to this pastor speaking and have a moment of terrifying thought that like the pastor's. GonNa call you out individually in like point to you and speak to you in like preach directly to you by name. That's essentially what this pastor does. He looks at spurgeon and he points at Minnesota's young man. Look to Jesus Christ look look look you have nothing to do but to look into live as spurgeon said in that moment when that guy was talking directly to him he just he felt and saw the way to salvation to the Lord. I don't know if it's because he grew up in the church and he just had never really been challenged maybe because he was away from family ties and relationships had these expectations on on it. So we could kind of think about the question or just this old man's faith God's who whatever it was at fifteen. The Lord grabbed hold aspersions heart. It's really important to note to any as an important part. Trump's virgins life is. He really didn't go to school and I in the earlier episode we point. He didn't go to Bible College and get a seminary degree but he didn't actually even wouldn't have even gone to what would have been high school back. In his days you know so many of the guys on revived thoughts for these theological prodigies. And they're just they're unstoppable. That's not really spurgeon story. He he took a little bit of Greek on the side. He went to a little bit school but he didn't really go. Any further than an average student would or and especially in that time period and yet he'll end up with this mass of twelve thousand book collection and tons of his own personal writings. And annotations that are still being studied published today to see how God took somebody from where they were and made them something different. Yes spurgeon almost immediately started preaching and by seventeen. He was already at a church and he had outlines for his sermons that he preached but he wouldn't look at them. They said that he looked young. And yet spoke with such maturity within a year and a half. There was a church in London congregation of two hundred and thirty two people that asked him to come there. This church loved hearing him speak and they wanted him to stick around for about six months. Nobody knew at the time that spurgeon would end up spending the rest of his life a leading that church in that congregation there so much so that they had to build a bigger building as the church expanded and it became. What trion I kind of think about is the first real like Mega Church the Metropolitan Tabernacle? They designed it to seat at least five thousand people but even that wasn't nearly enough to eat when he would preach on Sunday morning. There would be huge gatherings outside of the building. China China. Just hear a little bit of what's Virgin was preaching that morning and this is by the time he was twenty seven. He this was going on. It's hard to imagine that would be a big deal today with all of our technology. And all of our microphones of somebody could build that church. That quickly would be a big deal today. In their time period without wasn't yet even a thing I it would have been nominal. Yeah in the fact that he doesn't appear to be very prideful like I know that's something we see time and time again with with a lot of speakers in America. Something a lot of mold kind of lose their way the more money the more fame that comes their way if spurgeon ever did Russell with pride it certainly does not something that we really seen as life very. Evidently this episode is brought to you by Kriegel publications and the new book. Forty questions about Islam by Matthew Bennett. Most of my my friends here in the West. Look at Muslims and they they think that this is a really really tough horizon for the Gospel to penetrate and yet the reality is Muslims are among the people most primed to have gospel conversations. Even though I've written a book about a slum my my heartbeat behind it is not to answer all of your questions about what you're Muslim neighbor thinks but rather to help introduce you to some of the the world view level issues that are shaping and forming your isamic neighbor so that you can ask informed questions of them and get to know them. Just start asking questions than before you know it. You're in a friendship and you can continue asking questions. And even in in time be able to provide the answers that you would give to those same questions look for forty questions about Islam and where you find Christian books or at critical dot com. He was not always beloved though at the New York Times and the London Times. Used to publish sermons which I thought was funny to think about that. We had these newspapers that are you know. They're both still around today but imagine back in the day. They were preaching sermons and people were buying them. They wanted to read them. That's something so four and to us. Now the idea that you pick up a newspaper and SEE SERMON BY FAMOUS PREACHER. But anyway he was so widely read that although a lot of people knew what he was preaching and they would attack them. They'd write articles against him and they say hey you know he's been. It's too much time talking about grieving parents or Harlot from the Bible or other Old Testament subjects. They said that we're really not supposed to talk about an immediate to put yourself back in their shoes again. This is Victoria Victorian England era. This was a time of high society. When when asked about its virgin said you know I am perhaps vulgar? But it's not intentional. Save that I must and I will make people listen. My firm conviction is that we have had enough polite preachers. He had one of the stories. I like about surgeon from this From this time in his life comes from Queen Victoria as she liked spurgeon Alana's fascinated with them and so he invited him to come to the palace and preach there and there's a national day of prayer. She had a huge fast for the country and spurgeon at twenty three years old comes out to preach in a crowd of twenty three thousand shows up to hear him. Twenty three thousand people know microphones. No jumbotron for you to see no transcripts for the crowd to read. It was twenty three thousand people standing in silence trying to hear a man who knows how far away preaching the word of God. Where do where do you put all the horses where that is? How do you park that? Many people with horses back in those days. It's a good question. That is a good question. History deep dive episode. Where did people horses during these big gatherings? There's gotta be there's just you know like how we've parking garages now parking stables a reporter for a newspaper there he was blown away by the crowd and he goes up to this child who was sitting in the back and I mean spurgeon is a small speck way out on the horizon preaching in this reporter asks this this child. Can you even hear? What would he say from this far away in this kid supposedly looks up at him and smiles and says of course as if he was sitting next to me and whispering? In my ear. Inner brings up an interesting point in that trial and I can talk about some time. Like is is the Holy Spirit. Like apart you know. Before megaphones before microphones and an amps existed like was that something that the Holy Spirit helped people projector voice communicate with more people or not. I don't know it's just something fun to anything. It was just a question but spurgeon did believe in using your voice and mastering it. We will probably wrap it up around here. I we can keep going and we will in future episode of US. Virgin recommended that everyone who wanted to be a preacher and any students. He had a school or anywhere he was he would tell them to practise. Speaking practice making speeches practice. Throwing your voice using your voice and just get used to the power of your vocal cords and it really made a lot of sense to me to musicians have to practice their gifts to the Lord. They have to practice singing. I think a lot of us today could actually really benefit from using in viewing our voices as something that can be practice to make it. Sound more appealing. He described it really. Interestingly too he said a lot of people think that louder is better but spurgeon said that a bell can be heard further than a drum and that is not a thumping on Piano. People want to hear but a gentle plane of a beautiful musical instrument that the sweeter and better you can sound the more.
"spurgeon" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History
"Welcome to five minutes in churches hosted by Dr Stephen. Nicholson where we take a little break from the presence to go exploring. The past asked traveled back in time as we look the people events and even the places for the shape the story of Christianity. This is our story family history. Let's get started Welcome back to another episode of five minutes in Church history on this episode. We're on location and a fascinating place. The script Taurean this is located right in Orlando the script. Aurium central Florida's known for its amusement parks. Well this is an amusement park ark for Bible Geeks for Church History Geeks. So I think we've come to the right place here at the script Torian. We're going to start with Charles. Had insurgents insurgents virgin is no stranger to five minutes in church history. We talk about him almost as much as we can. And what I am holding in my hand and right now is an actual letter from spurgeon. In fact I'm looking at a good half dozen or so letters. Some of them are in spurgeon classic Royal Purple Ink. So if you want to. Aren't you fountain pen and try to get some purple ink in you too can right like spurgeon although I must say he's got quite a flowing hand so you'll have to practice well and one of these. He writes very simply. I am better must have not been feeling well prior to to this. But he's on the mend so he says I am better can walk a quarter of a mile hope to preach twice tomorrow. Well there's a preacher for you soon as they're better they're back in the pulpit not once but twice. Well actually the bulk of these letters that I'm looking at our concerning spurgeon orphanage and these letters letters also mostly address gifts to the orphanage and so one of these letters he says I owe you many. Thanks for Oh. You're very kind gift to the orphanage. And then he says and for your good advice however I know not how to follow well. Well I'm intrigued. There are other letters. Just referenced gifts and then there's this short note was written on September twelve eighteen ninety and it just simply says dear Sir Alas the child is dead then he says I am attacked with vile influenza cold and it may be very unlike me and altogether this satisfactory. Come Saturday week have wired seats burgeon so not just celebrating the giving of gifts but also the sadness there at this orphanage and other letters spurgeon references references gifts that he is grateful for. He's grateful for some gifts of plates. Apparently he was trying to have some pictures made of the orphanage. It could spread the word of what's happening there and let folks know about it so that more funds could be raised for this orphanage this is what's Burgeon writes. Sir I will write gladly. Accept the plates for the orphanage but what I asked for was some plates to make it into an album them for use in another direction. I have frequently people here to whom the looking at a collection of such plates is a sermon. Better than then I can preach well. What these plates are? We have no idea what they're about. We have no idea what's virgin was certainly interested in them. And if these he's plates are better than a sermon that spurgeon preach well they must be some plates well in another letter. He simply acknowledges that somebody had sent him a book. I'm sure people percents virgin books. All the time in fact this book he had received already so he says. I'm grateful for your kindness. But I do not need the book having had it already by the like thoughtfulness of another friend and then lastly just a little personal note this is from September. Six eight hundred ninety. He writes dear. Yes Sir I've written my father and son if there is any hitch I will let you know I have told them next Saturday. Ten thirty four eleven yours truly C. H.. Virgin so there we have spurgeon we think of him as a great passer here. We have him concerned about his orphanage. Just responding to letters of people sending in books and setting up a Saturday afternoon event for eleven people in his party. Well that's the letters controls hadn't spurgeon and this wonderful collection at the script Tori. I'm Steve Nichols. Thanks for listening five minutes churches for more ordination or to listen to past episodes. Please visit five minutes in Church. History.
"spurgeon" Discussed on This Week in Science
"Spurgeon edited trial. What I'm talking about? They they cloned to baby monkeys. That was the first time a primate as been cloned while they decided they were going to take these things, and let's you know, put these worlds together. And so they've now published two papers. In which the first is the production of a cloned, the production of a crisper edited embryo, and so they edited a the edited an embryo macaque monkey embryo using crisper cast nine to take care of gene that's called the B male, gene, B M, A L one. This gene is very important in our circadian cycles. Aching out. This gene, basically gets just destroys circadian regulation of. So you have a monkey that can't sleep. I mean, if you're talking cellular civilian rhythms you're talking about the. Function and behavior of cell. How it grows memory storage to the home? So they created Jean did day created Jean edited donor monkeys without the be male. When gene they exhibited dis- circadian disorder pheno types. They had reduced sleep time elevated nighttime locomotive activities dampened circadian.
"spurgeon" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History
"Welcome to five minutes in churches, three hosted by Dr Stephen Nicholson, where we take a little break from the presence to go exploring the past travel back in time as we look the people of aunts and even the places for the shape. The story of Christianity. This is our story our family history. Let's get started. To pilgrims treading this highway of life together hand in hand heart linked to heart so said Susanna Spurgeon of her marriage to Charles hadn't Spurgeon, we often hear of Charles hadn't Spurgeon London's great nineteenth century preacher. But let's spend some time with the other of these two pilgrims. Let's spend some time with missus Spurgeon. They were married on January the eighth eighteen fifty six one report has it that a few thousand people were turned away from the church in which they were married. This. Of course is the new park street chapel a very storied and famous church in Baptist history in London. That's where Spurgeon began his preaching. Actually, it's where he began his first sort of permanent role in church. He was. Preaching before he got there. And it was after new park street chapel that the metropolitan tabernacle was built for him. But they were married there in eighteen fifty six in the crowd was so full spilled out of the church into the streets. And eventually they just had to turn people away. This was London's most famous couple in the eighteen fifties such was their fame. Well, they would go on to have twin boys both of them would become pastors and they would be married for thirty six years. Charles died in eighteen ninety two about a decade or so later nineteen three Susannah died. She was born on January fifteenth eighteen thirty two she was born Susanna Thompson, the Thompsons lived in the city of London they were in the southern suburbs. And she I heard Spurgeon preach when he was only nineteen years old. She was two years older than he. So she. It was twenty one at when she first heard him. She wasn't very impressed by his preaching as she told some of her friends, but of course, she was eventually won over not just by his preaching, but by him, and they had their life together to things we can say about Susanna Spurgeon one is the book fund. This is something that was associated with her. When Spurgeon published his lectures to my students. She thought this was a wonderful book. And she thought ministers everywhere should have access to this book. But she also knew that for many of them, especially out in the villages. They just couldn't afford books. And so she mentioned something to her husband about how sad it is that poor ministers who may desperately need a book like this may not be able to afford it. And so he mentioned to her well violent, you do something about it. And so she did she began to raise money and she formed a little committee, and they eventually shipped out books in the first. Year the book fund shipped out three thousand and fifty eight books by the time of her death in nineteen oh three the book fund had distributed one hundred and ninety nine thousand three hundred and fifteen books to ministers all over the UK, and even an other places on the globe in her will. She left a nice portion of her state to continue the book funds. So even after her death. This vision of hers to put good books in the hands of needy ministers continued the other thing we can say about Susanna Spurgeon is that through much of her adult life. She was in significant pain, and may even be classified as an invalid for many years. She suffered severely at one point. She needed a surgery, and she had the surgery performed, and it just did not go. Well fact reports say it was a botched surgery and so through much of her life. She would say she had to exchange, sir. Service for suffering. Of course, we said two things about her the book fund and her life of suffering. But really there's a third thing. And it goes back to that quote of these two pilgrims treading this highway of life together hand in hand heart linked to heart and that was her unflinching devotion to her husband in support of him. So there we haven't missus Spurgeon. I'm Steve Nichols. Thanks for listening five minutes interest rates. For more information or to listen to past episodes. Please visit five minutes in church history dot com.
"spurgeon" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History
"Welcome to five minutes in churches, three hosted by Dr Stephen Nicholson, where we take a little break from the presence to go exploring the past travel back in time as we look the people of aunts and even the places for the shape. The story of Christianity. This is our story our family history. Let's get started. Welcome back to another episode of five minutes in church history on this episode. We are at Seattle at our west coast conference, and I happened to bump into Dr Steve Lawson, Dr Lawson's nice to see you. Thank you very much. And it's wonderful to be with these Steve. Well, we've had you on this show before I can't remember if in the past we ever talked about Spurgeon, we have not okay, I have not now's a good opportunity. You wrote a book the gospel, focus of Charles Spurgeon. I know this is this is going to be hard for you to answer a short time. But why Spurgeon what's his significance Spurgeon in my estimation? As well as the estimate of countless authorities is the prince of preachers is the greatest preacher of any language since the apostle Paul he appeared on the scene of history in the nineteenth century at the height of Victorian, England as language and literature was at z. Genus Spurgeon was the air the Puritans as he drank deeply from the theology. And the books of the reformers and the Puritans. And so in a sense Spurgeon could not have been Spurgeon if he had appeared before the reformation if he had appeared before the Puritans he needed to stand on their shoulders in order to reach higher. He also appeared at a time in history when the use of the English language was at an all time high and so these streams merged together. Plus he had that robust reformed theology yet he was Vanja Listrik and probably the greatest evangelistic pastor to be in one pulp at one time and to stay there. He pastored for thirty eight years and London starting at age nineteen until his death in eighteen ninety two and Spurgeon was. A driven man and not only the preach Sunday morning and Sunday night at the metropolitan tabernacle, and before that at massive auditoriums in London that would hold as many as twenty thousand people they downsized to go into the metropolitan tabernacle that only held seven thousand people and this without the aid of a microphone, but surging would also preach throughout the week. He would get on trains and go to churches all around England Wales. Scotland, etc. Preaching the word of God. And to help young ministers in their ministry to have Spurgeon come and preach on Monday night or Tuesday night was the stamp of authentication upon young man's ministry. And I've preached in several churches in England as I walk in the door. They take me over the guest. Register and they show me were Spurgeon signed the register. So he put his arms around a generation of young preachers, and though he never went to bible college. And though he never went to. To seminary he founded his own pastor's college at I think it was h Twenty-one because he had so many young men gathering around him just wanting Spurgeon influence to rub off on them that it was the best way to pull them together to put them in one place. And so he founded that the pastor's college though, he himself had never gone to bible college. He was a wealth of theology and bible knowledge. Virtually a photographic memory had one of the greatest private libraries and all of England. I heard this is this true that he is the most prolific author of all time that he has written more than any other person. Yes. Because he edited his transcripts which was preaching. So he did not sit down and write all these sermons preached it on Sunday. It was set in front of him triple spaced on Monday. He would have one pass of an edit type would be reset was sold on the street corners of London as the penny. Pulpit, and it was then cabled across the Atlantic and sent as far as Australia. He did not actually sit down and write that per se. But yes, there are more words in print by Spurgeon than anyone else. Well, it's very obvious. Dr Lawson that we cannot just get all of this into one episode. Let's come back next week. Yes. Yes. I'll be there waiting for. All right. So this is Spurgeon part one and I've seen Nicholson, thanks for listening. The five minutes churches. For more information or to listen to past episodes. Please visit five minutes in church history dot com.
"spurgeon" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"To the left circle. Yanni Gord gore doing hard work in the offense zone. Bounces to mcdonagh left point a little shot deflected wide. Right. Any trouble getting talks on net right now. You're stamkos following up. Right corner. Snap goes by that us. Check by Spurgeon. They Jocelyn Spurgeon wins. The pot Spurgeon out to center ice in this three three game feet across the blonde. Koivu open the slot centers hit off in and slid in on bass, Alaska, huge break has quite was open to the back post three three score with seven seventeen remaining started out as a three on three. And then it ends up being an odd. Man, rush for the Minnesota wild boy view. Attempts to get the puck to that right posts. Zach parisa. Could have been a top break for the Tampa Bay Lightning. But thankfully, that went off the skate have anti Stroman for the bolts, stall and Miller. Kinda comes behind the lighting nap at pinballs to the far corner battle there is able to win it to Ryan mcdonagh. Long past deflects off Minnesota player down. The is it goes and no icing. Double regroup behind the wild neck short middle Eric stall, stall to the center, ice circle. Softly punches for super cross point across the speed flocked. Maybe couldn't clear held indaba. Right. What? Tucker. Six forty seven. By now has four goals on the season. Looker on the rebound after the original save Alaska, but it was a good job from wwl. Definitely get a point on the assist. Another chance light near declare the zone. That's two goals from Minnesota the period with a lady have been unable to clear the puck. And for the first time tonight. They trail the goal at thirteen thirteen to the third four Zuqar. His fourth goal of the year. That was an absolute blast from soccer. I thought I was down back first, but the rebound opportunity. Going off the right Pat of left skin right outside sucker in the lightning. Does not prepared to get that. Here's Greenway back to work in the late and again in the right corner process feet blocked by Sorolla pioneer. Setty Joseph turned out to center, ice and Alex corn. Jesus it to the offensive end. Lightning down four three worn behind.
John McCain, Dr. Henry Kissinger and America discussed on The Daily Article
"Filled with paradoxes. Begin with a name. We honor America's one hundred sixty million laborers by giving them a day free from labor. Then we call their holiday Labor Day. However, the name is unfortunately appropriate for our largest labor group retail employee's. They'll have one of their longest workdays today as Americans flood into stores for Labor Day sales Labor Day could have led to a four day weekend, but congress intervened the first labour day was on a Tuesday in eighteen eighty two. In eighteen ninety four. Congress moved the holiday to the first Monday in September. So when you go back to work tomorrow, blame them, the good news is that the
"spurgeon" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Sin remembering times he had escaped temptation charles spurgeon said he felt as grateful as a man who nearly been torn apart by a shark and it just slipped away as he heard the monster close his mouth with a snap obviously spurgeon saw temptation as nothing to play with and neither should you but how do you keep the teeth of temptation from clamping down tearing it your mind and doing spiritual damage to your soul for practical biblical strategies that will help you up route any sin stay here today on grace to you weekend as john macarthur shows you how to deal with private sins keep in mind john originally taught today's lesson in chapel at the master's university showing a thousand young people how to prepare for the lifelong battle against sin but no matter your age the principles still apply so follow along as john begins the lesson nobody on this planet knows what's in my heart nobody and nobody can hold me accountable there that is where the battle is won or lost and if you're losing it there you're going to lose it on the outside because you can't keep the lid on that turn to james james one verse fourteen each one is tempted when he's carried away and enticed by what say his own lust that's the problem it's not about what's outside it's about what's inside five people could see the same image in five different reactions to that image five people can hear the same conversation to have five different responses it's about what's on the inside temptation takes place on the inside when you're carried away you know it just puts hook and your nose and drags you off like a slave and then burst fifteen when lust has conceived it gives birth to what sin you know you can save it in your mind and it'll be born in your life and in the end it steadily suffers fifteen says it brings forth death and that's why we're sixteen says so don't be deceived by beloved brother don't be deceived into thinking that you can cultivate in your heart evil thoughts and things like that and not have it affect your life in manifests sin and perhaps even death so you have to win the battle inside let me just kind of let me get a little more diagnostic okay let's go inside and and let me just give you some categories to think about it through the years i've i've tried to reduce this to something that we can kind of manage see if i can refine it a little bit today the first thing that's troublesome on the inside is past sin past sin we like to think that one of the blessings that god has given us as a good memory there are many times i thank god for a bad memory can you understand that there's so much stuff in fact most of the things that i've heard in my life had seen i would like to forget wouldn't you remember talking to a guy one time who had married a beautiful christian girl for he was created a really wildlife full of immorality and it was just tune after his honeymoon and he married this cure beautiful christian girl and i said well did you have a wonderful time on your honeymoon just kind of off the cuff question making conversation turned out to be pretty profound he said no no and i said why he said because i just kept thinking of all the past sexual experiences and i couldn't i just couldn't keep my mind pure does own wife on his own honeymoon it's recycling the past young people at this point in your life you're filling up your memory bank and i'll promise you this that if you stick stuff in there that simple satan is really good recycling that stuff it isn't just when you did it comes back just like the images of those videos you shouldn't have seen the images on the internet you shouldn't have seen the movies you shouldn't have seen the lyrics to the songs you shouldn't have heard the images that.
"spurgeon" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Preachers charles hadn't spurgeon preach i assume it was in london yet the chamber family had just moved to london and oswald was fifteen years old and he heard spergon speaking again from my this is from his brother's eye information in this book about chambers had said that tab on the wall on the way home oswald said to his father well if he if he would have uh basically had an altar call i would have gone forward did and his father said most on you can be saved right now and fill out on the street that was uh that was where oswald action we made that commitment and this is 1889 that's correct um how tremendous i simply have never heard that before that uh it was the great rates spurgeon whose preaching led to the conversion of oswald chambers now so so it to whom was he praying if he if he becomes a a a christian at age fifteen under the preaching of of spurgeon was was he pro praying before that does he said that they would sit at outside his room and listen to pray was it after that that was before now that was when he was just a young boy adding so who certainly there with a sensitivity to god they are but there was very much a as a teenager then the specific commitment to to jesus christ in the message of of of what what's purging preach that night it's that that is amazing i've never never heard that before who knows how many people team to face under the preaching of spurgeon he relies called the prince of preachers for a good reason okay so so let's go along with his life he said he died at age forty three and i know that story but but uh early on what is it that he decided to do after he became christian aged fifteen well he became involved in the church very quick way may dnc interesting to see recollections from some of the fellow church members uh they said he immediately became involved in uh teaching in sunday school he he got involved in some of the mission if there were a lot of outreach ministries where they worked with the down and out herself london nendo oswald got very involved in that very quickly he was.
"spurgeon" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Britain's defence team countered that nobody saw their client hurt the young child in the infants injuries could have happened long before being dropped off so we've already talked about that roof toward the broker yosu nobody's source spurgeon harm the child broach has kids there were there the word adults in the household during that day while now and i think people who abuse babies like that they don't want to be seen doing it probably not now i'm sure there are so many good inhome daycares but these kind of stories with lead me to want to use a large daycare where they have cameras there is that many nowadays we you can go on your computer and what the sleep truck and to sad but i think that's where we're headed spires feeling comfortable leaving our kids with somebody so stephanie spurgeon was convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to fifteen years in prison road the judge georgia loader manslaughter conviction twos be added to the list initially it was the first degree murder charge meant within the judge said you can consider manslaughter also i know now i think and when you do something like that i guess she was doing something that she knew could kill her in it that's kind of what manslaughter is she wasn't setting out to i want to kill her great is that the difference there heard our guest really address think firstdegree murder were with the sentence of life in prison would have been a difficult conviction yes definitely a lot of people support her in don't even think she should be in for the fifteen years i know that this does shoes denying the truth to me yeah well and you know if you knew this woman for years and she took care of your kids and everything it would be hard to believe i guess it would be you know that she's like this normal nice woman puppy voters who's just absolutely no other explanation i understand what happened to this baby so what about preventing this i mean i know we have the don't shake jake we have the peering of purpose.
"spurgeon" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Spurgeon people in the morning this time for what you do in it happen court out where we go down to the courthouse and just ask a simple question what you doing up or down i'm here for a dui which i'm contest they and why are you contesting it because i've the way closer to one point found ben man percent wrong kane i'm going to fight it so one point something is i went zero eight is the limit how could you blow one some good that and i'm not sure only three one of the house in my prior the which i mean you worried your own no so i mean they've prove that you're in his i'm not sure we're going to we're going to find out dump spring when we get all the guy yeah thank god going to help me out with that dui you know what he's got i love of the rebounding like wait as they get fan there's a guy rob hunger who who the one points on an interview i roadside test and i'm now back i how do you know anything yeah what did you for now corner awesome we were in the girl be here it is not a four game no it's one of support looks like you know that's pretty night the what do you in your girl been in doing he gets out today was he is well me a vastly were in things are the you gotta give of more support this you know let the nothing to do in your girlfriend the vezina user growth it is the duo you can the majors ertz is number he got to go away plying his you might be the win a major grown after holding gurley miller cry right you get another girl in a surprise move you just the you just really minute drive was week right a month up with at least but i'm honored guy you know lowered and he's that you hear the ninth it's a so five you know you know it right is confused for so she's dollars grow and he and he has a girlfriend yeah so you hear that smooth kind of in on you start enough uses a normal conversation like stranded like you just how i stubble if you're a funny because on the air when i'm on the radio interviews inside to have a bit of now we know allies girlfriends guy.
"spurgeon" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Spurgeon pupil in the morning and it's time for what you do in had to courthouse where we go down to the courthouse in just asked a simple question would you didn't of the court out really all right actually i'm weird because i'm trying to get a nice four something that i'm not gonna tell you guys on the radio he has a lot of people know mobbed boys yeah i'm in a lot of people know model it's going to be light drive in the car but you channel utilized in it i guess sure it again lovullo level is that was a rather is actor again pete i mean he's not the dry get a good of a huge right here back there the going out to get a guy and i knew that was the i've the what you know the court house on the games at home the home establish what the like to four over of their own over the girl has no is basically in and you had a boyfriend all sliding auctioning off having our national this is a huge step on his toes in this one i feel like that's like of all people as women you know it's always over a girl my right now girl money for you yeah that that's the put is the goal rule growth of our right we knew him to be like dude tell in your bro and you're homie were hot and overall there been you know you know it's a replay gonna play position no one and it kind gradually but don't him up up in the game about well you know the courthouse a went to visit among girlfriend she had a restraining order all me jason go to a place on on but it him like that yeah and ending on how the like that yeah but he's a good to me to succumb from replacement on body you get or say i get there and i like you know like which is not as an them buddy surprised that the hit the break oh shoot trying to me some me nonsense some i say if it's becomes a how's be missed on moment coke for me carson take care i'm say in on stein surprise me nice.