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"stone put" Discussed on WTOP
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"stone put" Discussed on WTOP
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"stone put" Discussed on Evangelism On Fire
"Welcome evangelism on fire nation to today's podcast episode. We have a special guest with us today as we continue our series. Our special guest today is Kristi Gust. How are you doing today, Kristi? Oh, this is the day the Lord has made and I am rejoicing and glad and exalting in him. Hey, I give you a boom on that. And you know what? I'm thinking the perfect way to start today's episode is a time of prayer. If you would lead us in that time of prayer. Yeah, absolutely. Dear Lord, heavenly father, we just come to you right now in the name of Jesus. Father, as I always pray, Lord, use me for your glory. We pray, Lord, that as we get into this podcast, Lord, that you would bless it, that you would magnify it, that you would use it to draw people to you holy, set them apart. We pray that they would be born again. We pray, Lord God, that they would just come to the saving knowledge of the truth. Unveil your gospel. We pray Ezekiel 36 that you would take out hearts of stone, put in hearts of flesh and that they would start pumping living waters. Oh Lord, we just can't wait to see what you're gonna do. Use this time for your glory and to build your kingdom. In Jesus' name we pray, amen. Amen, amen. Thank you so much for that amazing prayer. There's no better way to start off a podcast episode than having a time of prayer. And that was just absolutely beautiful. So, hey, where were you born and where did you grow up? So I was born in Hampton. However, I ended up in Gloucester, Virginia when I was 12. And that's pretty much where I've stayed since that time. Awesome. Now I know who you are, but I've actually only met you once before. And we were out sharing the gospel with people. You were out with Pastor Dee, you know, doing your ministry. And we happened to be at the same location. We crossed paths and I met you, but I followed you on social media. And one of the reasons why I wanted you to share your God story today is because girl, you are on fire. You're on fire. So you grew up on the outskirts of Richmond, Virginia, but you do most of your ministry here in the RVA Metro area, the Richmond, Virginia area. So one of the things I'm curious about is how did you come to know Pastor Dee? I got to know Pastor Dee from the City Lighthouse Mission. The City Lighthouse Mission? And how long ago was that? It was about three and a half years ago. And when you first met, you guys just have been partnering on sharing the gospel with people? That's right. Pastor Dee was the first one to teach me how to soul win. Oh, come on now, Pastor Dee. You were the first one that taught Christy how to soul win. That is absolutely amazing. Yes. Wow. And I'm gonna tell you what, the Holy Spirit has taken over since then, huh? Awesome. Well, let's get right into it. How did you come to faith in Jesus? Well, so in John chapter five at the sheep gate pool of the Bethesda, there was a man who was blind and lame and invalid, and he was in his thirties, and that was me. I was blind and lame and invalid. And so I was married to one man, living with another, taking prescription pills, drinking alcohol. They told me, you're gonna die. You're sick. You've got this rare autoimmune disease. And I had lost my job of 20 years. And as Psalm 116 says, I had to be brought low. And so I was brought low and the Lord saved me. I cried out to him a night in a room by myself. And then that night I was born again. In John three, three, it says, you must be born again. And that's what happened.
"stone put" Discussed on Timothy Keller Sermons Podcast by Gospel in Life
"Look, when you live in your house, you go by your rules. Instinctively when you get into somebody else's house, don't you instinctively go by their rules? You know, in your house, maybe you put down, you know, you're drinking something, you just put the glass down on the coffee table, but you look around. In somebody else's house, maybe they always put a cup down on a coaster. You notice these things. Because when you're in somebody else's house, you go by their rules. When you get into marriage, you've gotten into something that was invented by God. And if you say, I'm going to run my marriage my way, you're in for a lot of trouble. Because marriage, when you enter into marriage, you enter into God's house, into his institution. It's built his way. To ignore his laws is something you do to your peril. If you say, no, no, no, no, marriage is going to come second or third in my life, and my spouse has just got to get used to it, watch out. Marriage isn't built that way. So we see here the priority of marriage. Fourthly, Paul lays out the purposes of marriage. And the purpose of marriage is the two shall become one flesh. The purpose of marriage is friendship. The purpose of marriage is oneness. The purpose of marriage is to have somebody with whom you can be naked. And we're not just talking about physically at all. Physical is just, you know, the physical is really just simply a result. It's a consequence of friendship. As we'll talk about this later, the reason the Bible says don't be naked physically with somebody until you're naked spiritually and socially, it makes sense. You say, well, I can, you know, the reason the Bible says don't have sex outside of marriage is until you've gotten married to somebody, until you've bound yourself to somebody, you haven't really made yourself vulnerable. You haven't really bound yourself to them. You haven't really, in a sense, stripped. You haven't become naked. You haven't become naked socially and emotionally until you married somebody. I don't care what you say. Why haven't you gotten married? Because you weren't willing to bind yourself like that. You weren't willing to be that vulnerable to that person. The ultimate purpose of marriage is oneness, deep oneness, soul oneness. Physical nakedness is just a consequence. It's just an image. It's just a result of soul nakedness. This person's got to be your best friend. This person has got to be someone with whom you have no secrets or you frustrated the purpose of marriage. Oneness, friendship, companionship, fifthly, and somebody was going to say, why are you taking this time? Because my wife pointed out that this series is going to end up becoming a series of tapes that people will be passing around each other. I know how this works. And unless I give the outline here, it's going to be very hard to understand where I am later on. This is a table of contents for the series. The power of marriage, the definition of marriage, the priority of marriage, the purpose of marriage, fifthly, and this is going to be where we get into real minefield, the structure of marriage. The structure of marriage is the body structure. Paul lays out here that the structure of marriage is the head body structure. The husband's the head and the wife is the body. It says no man hates his own body. It's talking about the same illustration that Paul uses to describe the church. You see, the church is like a body with every part pulling its own weight, complementary functions. Remember all of that? So a marriage is like the body. And what Paul is talking about here is something very deep. He is saying that the differences between the genders are complementary, that we need one another to complete one another, that we are not equivalent, that we're equal. And the differences between genders are much more than biological. And the deep structure of gender differences is something that we have got to deal with in marriage. And that the wife's role and the husband's role are not interchangeable. And that when we have found our roles, we fit together and we complement each other and we complete each other at the deepest level. What does that mean? Of course, that's where you get into a minefield, but we'll get there when we get there. The structure of marriage. Lastly, Paul talks about the mystery of marriage. He says this is a mystery. And that is that marriage is basically a mirror for the relationship between Christ and his church. If you look here, you will see that basically the entire description of what the wife and the husband are to each other in marriage is all based on the way Christ relates to us. And so Paul is saying you will never really understand the point of marriage and the purpose of marriage and the internal deep dynamics of marriage until you understand the relationship of Christ to his church. In fact, he goes even further. He's actually saying that marriage is sort of like a glass. The only human institution on earth that's like a glass that can actually pick up a ray, a beam of a glorious life of heaven that we're going to know when we see God face to face. When a man and a woman are united perfectly and beautifully in marriage, economically and socially and physically in every way, you begin to taste a little bit of what's going to be like to be known face to face by Jesus on that day. Now, you've heard me say that before when we've talked about sex. We're going to get into it in greater detail. You must realize that God invented sex and invented marriage as a whole as a way of giving us a foretaste of heaven and a foretaste of what it will be like to flop into our Savior's arms on the last day. Until you understand that, you have no idea what the exalted nature of marriage is. And you really don't understand the purpose of it. The purpose of marriage is to be washed. See, it says here, it says, to make her holy, cleansing her by the washing with water through the word and to present her to himself as a radiant church without stain or wrinkle or any other blemish, but holy and blameless. Marriage has been invented to be a vehicle for your sanctification and for your redemption. The basic purpose of marriage is to turn you into somebody holy. That's what it's there for. The power of marriage, the definition, the priority, the purpose, the structure, and the mystery. We're going to try to take a look at all of these. We took a look at power last week. And even though I'd like to try to say I'll do two tonight, you know better than that, what I'm going to do now is talk to you about one that we started on last week, but that I'd like to open up a little bit more. And that is the definition of marriage. What is the definition of marriage? Dear friends, cleave is the definition of marriage. Marriage is a covenant. In the 60s and the 70s, there were lots of articles saying, will marriage last? Will marriage survive? You know, will the institution of marriage survive? And they used to say, if it does, it won't survive in a recognizable form. In the 80s and 90s, everybody started writing articles on why we think marriage probably will survive, and it's got more staying power than we thought. And usually what they do is they give you statistics like this. The divorce rate is actually dipping a little bit. It's not going up, at least not in our country. Or they'll point out the fact that whereas in the, you know, 20 years ago, 10 years ago, they said maybe fewer and fewer people will get married. It's not happening. More and more people get married, and people who get divorced tend to get married anyway. So they have all these statistics, again, I mean, and they have all these statistics and they say, see, maybe marriage is going to stay. Biblically, that's ridiculous because marriage may wax and wane as an institution, and sociologically you can study that with statistics. But the Bible says that this is the one human institution, apart from the church, that's a divine institution. It was invented by God. It's not like a bunch of cavemen were sitting around the fire in the late Bronze Age and came up with this great idea. Instead, this is an institution created by God. And we already talked about that. If it's created by God, when you enter into it, you enter into, enter in underneath the rules and regulations of the Creator. Just like when you get a car and you say, I've decided what to put Hershey's syrup in instead of gas, what you're doing is, you know, you'll kill the car because you have to say, look, if you buy the car and if you didn't build the car, it operates on the rules and regulations of the Creator, of the inventor of it. And therefore you have to submit to that or else you'll destroy the car. When you get into marriage, you're not getting into a human institution. It's sort of an amphibian. It's a human institution, but it's a divine origin. You can study the shoots of it statistically, but the roots of it are divine and you have to study that through revelation. You have to see what the Bible says or you'll never understand basically how it works. Now, what is the structural root? The structural root of marriage is marriage is a covenant. And what is a covenant? A covenant is a binding, it's a public, and it's a legal contract or agreement. It's a binding, it's a public, it's a legal contract or agreement. That's how God defines marriage. That's the essence of it. Now, I want you to realize, of course, that we live in a society that is anti-law and really will hate this whole idea. Really hates the idea. In the Old Testament, whenever a covenant is put together, the covenant always has these elements. First of all, the parties are introduced. Here is so-and-so and here is so-and-so. The second part of the covenant always is the stipulations. Now, every contract has got duties, duties, obligations. And those obligations are always laid out. These are the regulations of the relationship between the parties. They're called stipulations. Then thirdly, in every biblical covenant, there is a list of the blessings and the curses. That means if you obey the covenant, if you do your duties, these are all the great things that will happen in your life. If you disobey and you break the covenant, these are all the curses that will work themselves out in your life. Then fourthly, you have the vows. In some way, you publicly ratify. It doesn't matter how. You know, in the Old Testament, one of the ways in which you would ratify a covenant is you would take an animal and you would rip the animal in half, lay it on the floor, and walk between the pieces and say, if I do not do all the works of this covenant, may I be as this dead animal. Now, I've considered rewriting some of our marriage covenants that way, our marriage services, and just suggesting the bride and groom, well, look, let's, you know, go and get an animal and cut it up and then walk between the pieces. They'd say usually, we'd rather exchange rings. And that's fine. It doesn't matter if you jump over a broom. It doesn't matter if you cut an animal in half. It doesn't matter whether you exchange rings. These things aren't magic. What makes a covenant a covenant is that it's public and that you're standing up in front of your friends and you're standing up in front of your family. You're standing up in front of the witnesses, which is always a part of every covenant. There's no such thing as a covenant in the backseat of a car. A covenant is something public. A covenant is a way for you to make a promise that you do not mind who holds you accountable to it. That's what makes it a contract. That's what makes it a covenant as opposed to something else. Now the modern mind is a tremendously anti-law and anti-covenantal. See, the covenant talks all about commitment and discipline and service. And the modern mind values spontaneity and freedom and choice, not duty, not obligation and not discipline. Marriage is one of the most significant human relationships there is, but it's also one of the most difficult and misunderstood. In the meaning of marriage, Tim and Kathy Keller offer biblical wisdom and insight that will help you understand God's vision for marriage, whether you're single, considering marriage or someone who's been married a long time. The meaning of marriage will help you face the complexities of commitment with the wisdom of God. The meaning of marriage is our thank you for your gift to help Gospel in Life share the love of Christ with people all over the world. So request your copy today at GospelInLife.com slash give. That's GospelInLife.com slash give. There's a tremendous anti-law idea, and when it comes to marriage, the modern mind doesn't like to think about it that way at all. Not too long ago, I was watching a TV program, it was very typical. The TV program, it was a drama. Anyway, there's a man and woman, they were living together, and in this case, the man says, I want to get married, and the woman is just furious. She says, I am offended by the idea that you think I need a piece of paper to love you and to express my love and to have a relationship of love with you. How mechanical, how awful. And the man, of course, is cowed by this because in modern thinking, this is a plausible argument. In pre-modern times, the way a human being got a sense of meaning was out of obligations. You were a citizen, you were a father, you were a mother, you were a child, you were a man or you were a woman. So there were duties and there were obligations expected of you and your family and your society, and by fulfilling them, you received honor as such, whatever you were. And you got a sense of fulfillment from that. In modern times, modern people get their meaning in life out of the exact opposite. It's not just a little different. Modern people get their freedom and get their meaning out of feeling that they're free from any obligations to do whatever is fulfilling to them. Pre-modern people got their meaning out of obligation. Modern people get their meaning out of freedom of choice. Very different. Pre-modern people understood the idea of discipline and service. Modern people think about fulfillment. And as a result, when you come up against the Christian and biblical understanding of marriage, there's a lot of fear, a tremendous lot of fear. Now, if you think that lady sounded sensible in the TV soap opera, I'm offended by the idea that you think that I need a piece of paper to love you. It sounds sensible. It's because you bought this. When a modern person uses the word love, the word has a very different definition, completely different actually, than when the Bible uses the word love. So when you read the Bible through the spectacles of your modern mind, you're going to have a lot of trouble. When a woman says, I don't need, when that woman, I mean that particular woman in the soap opera, when she said, I'm not picking on soap operas, in fact, it might not have been one, but anyway, I can't remember where it was, but I'm picking on the mindset, not the program. When the woman said, I don't need a piece of paper to love you with, what did she mean? She was assuming a definition of love. Can you understand that? And the definition of love is a love that focuses on the inside and it focuses on me. It's a feeling. When she means I love you and I don't need a piece of paper to love you with, she means I feel affection for you. I feel love for you. I want you. And she calls that love. When the Bible talks about love, it's thinking covenantally, always, and it defines love not in terms of the inside, but in terms of the outside, not in terms of you, but in terms of the other. When this woman says, I love you, she means she is measuring her love, and she's right in saying you don't need a piece of paper for this, she's measuring her love according to how much she wants to receive from this person. When the Bible talks about love, it measures love in terms of how much you're willing to give to a person. She says, I don't need a piece of paper to love you means she defines love subjectively. Here's how much I want from you. When the Bible talks about love, it is measuring how much you're willing to give, not how much you're willing to take, not how much you're willing to receive. The few times in the early part of my career as a pastor that I let some young couples write their own wedding vows, I immediately discovered that they were reading, they were thinking about marriage completely in terms of the modern popular understanding of love. When they wrote their wedding vows, here's what they said. They would say, I love you and I want to share my life with you. I love you and I want to share my life, I want to share everything with you. That's not a wedding vow. What that is doing is, that person who says that is saying, here's how much I want from you, here's how much I love you, here's what I feel about you. Wedding vows are covenantal. Christian love, a Christian wedding vow says nothing about the present and nothing about your feelings. A Christian wedding vow says nothing about the fact that I feel tender right now, that I want you, that I feel affection, that I feel faithful. That's assumed. Real love goes way beyond that. Feelings go up and down. Instead, what a Christian wedding vow says is, I promise to be tender to you. I promise to be loving, I promise to be faithful, I promise to be cherishing, I promise to be all these things regardless of how I feel and for the rest of my life. See, a real vow is not talking at all about your feelings, it's talking about behavior, it's not talking all about your insights, it's talking about your outside. It's not talking about you, it's talking about what you're going to give, not what you want to get. Because covenantal love is commitment and biblical love is always defined in terms of commitment and how much you're willing to curb your choices as a way of meeting the needs of somebody else. That's what love is. Now if anybody here is saying that's panicking me, that makes me even more scared of marriage than I've ever been in my life. What you've done is you've bought the whole modern thing hook, line, and sinker because the modern world tells you, don't you dare ever limit your choices. Keep your options open. Never, never, ever bind yourself and make yourself vulnerable to anybody that way, never. If you're going to get married, make sure it's mutual, make sure it's negotiable. And the Bible actually says, if you want to do it that way, that's fine. You know, that great quote that I'm never tired of quoting, as some of you may be tired of me quoting it, the quote by C.S. Lewis that says, sure, love anything and your heart will be broken, will certainly be wrong and probably broken. Remember that quote? He says, but if you don't want your heart to be broken, don't give it to anybody. Lock it up in a casket of selfishness. Make sure you make yourself vulnerable to nobody. Make sure you open yourself to nobody. But in that casket, dark and motionless, it will change. Remember how that goes? He says, your heart will not be broken, it'll become unbreakable, impenetrable and irredeemable. The only place, the only place safe from the tragedy of a broken heart is hell, where nobody gives their heart to anybody. You see, if you think that if you would commit yourself to somebody else like that, that that would really be scary, that would really be frightening, that you might get hurt. I submit to you that you'll be more hurt in the long run if you refuse to submit yourself to anybody that way. If you rule it out, if you take your heart so it'll never be broken, if you never commit yourself and never make yourself vulnerable, which is really what the definition of marriage is, your heart will not be broken, it'll become impenetrable, irredeemable. You will experience the alienation and dislocation of the modern society that you are listening to and the muse as it sings to you and you march to the beat. Society is full of alienated and dislocated people because they're looking out for number one, because they refuse to find love in terms of commitment and what you will give and how vulnerable you will be. Love is covenantal, marriage is covenantal. And the only possible way that you can ever really experience the joy of marriage is if you take a plunge, a tremendous plunge, a plunge of commitment. You know, there's, well, I'll get to that at the end. Now the practical ramifications of this are pretty amazing and here's what they are. Practical ramifications. Number one, it means that the essence of love basically is love is not a feeling, it's essentially an action. Now, of course, look, the modern definition of love is it's like a ditch, you fall into it. It's like a virus, you catch it, you're passive, you can't help yourself. You get love, you see. The biblical understanding of love is love is primarily an action. When the Bible uses the word love, your wife, love your husband, and when the Bible says love your enemies, it's using the same word. How can you love your enemies if the biblical understanding of love is affection? You don't feel any affection for your enemy. When the Bible says love your enemy, that means wish your enemies good, do good for your enemy, even be willing to take it on the chin to do good and to serve your enemy if you can. No, the Bible doesn't say make it easy for your enemy to sin over you, but what it's saying is take the risk, do what you can to serve your enemy. The essence of love is to put the needs of somebody else ahead of your own. Therefore love is primarily giving, it's an action that leads to a feeling, not a feeling first. Now, one of the things I learned, you learn this as a parent, it's a shame that in most cases, most cases, you know, you learn this as a parent and it's inescapable. See, when you give yourself to your spouse, you have a tendency to still think of love as a bargain, not a commitment. You know, we're just awful. We just really are upset when we read about the way things used to be. You can see it in Genesis 24. Abraham wanted Isaac to have a wife, so what did he do? He heard good things about Rebekah, so he sent one of his servants to make a bid. Eliezer goes over and finds Rebekah and says to her father, how many camels do you want for? And, you know, if she's beautiful, we'll give 50 camels for her. If she's not so beautiful, we'll give 25 camels, and we say, oh, that's incredible, that's awful. Well, it was awful because, you see, you know, women were being treated as property. And we've come so much further today because now we do it to each other. She's in the market, they say. He got a bad deal. How in the world did he ever fall for that sales pitch? Because when you look at who you want to marry, you think in terms of a bargain. You say, I'm getting this and this and this. She's this way and she's this way and she's this way. She's a little bit like this way, but I'm this way and this way. I feel like she's about, she's a little better than I expected to get, but she's falling for me. And what you do is you say, you basically say, I think I will get as much out of this relationship as I'm putting in, or maybe a little bit more. So you think in terms of a bargain. Now what happens is you get into these relationships, you get married. And as I mentioned before, most people think of love in terms of what they want. Now that is just emotional hunger, that's not love. The real way to know how much you love somebody is how much are you willing to give, how much are you willing to be vulnerable. Not how much are you willing to get. You get into marriage and you find that your spouse is not giving you what you expected, not what you wanted. So you withdraw. What happens is you say, he's not being the husband that he used to be. Why should I be the wife that I used to be? He used to do this and he doesn't anymore. So why should I do this? And you pull back and you pull back and you pull back. Now when you have a child, it's the other way around. Your child is born and your child doesn't give you a thing, acts like a baby, spits on you, bites your finger, luckily doesn't have any teeth. And there's no, you get nothing from the child, the child needs you, the child needs everything. You have to walk with it, you have to do all these things. So you get nothing and all you do is serve the child. And the more you serve the child, the more you love. There's a place where somebody said first the Nazis killed the Jews because they hated them, then the Nazis hated the Jews because they killed them. It works backwards too. See, first you love somebody by serving them, then you find that through the service you've come to love them. You give and you give and you give to the kid and next thing you know you find your heart absolutely bound up. The feelings of love follow the action of love. So by the time the kid's 18, 19 or 20, nobody else, if that child's a jerk, you still love him. That child has no redeeming social value, you still love him. But in those same 18 to 20 years, the cycle's been working in reverse. When your spouse acts like a baby, what have you done? The less your spouse gives to you, the less you give. And the less you give, the less you feel like loving. And the und painless you feel like loving, the less you act loving, unless you act loving, unless you feel loving. 18 years, oh, you're doing the cycle the other way around with the kid, the more you give, the more you feel loving, the more you feel loving. The more you give and the more you act loving, more you feel loving, more you feel loving, the more you act loving. So, they're going reverse, and why do you think so many marriages, as soon as that kid steps out of the house, fall apart? Why do you think? Because you're operating on, with your child, because you can't help it, on a biblical pattern. And the feelings of love follow the action of love, but you're acting with your spouse on a bargain rather than a commitment basis, and the feelings of selfishness are following the actions of selfishness. And by the time that 18 years of that cycles are going on, you have nothing, no love left, you feel, for your spouse, and yet a lot of love for your child, and so you split. Love is an action first, the Bible says. And the feelings follow. You give even when you don't feel like giving, and it's amazing. Now, this does not mean that that means that you can be in love with anybody, because as we said, that one of the basic principles of marriage is friendship. One of the most important things about marriage is that you have to find somebody who understands you, that you understand that there's this deep unity, this deep oneness, and see, that's got to be there, and you can't have that with anybody, but I am trying to tell you this. There are plenty of people who don't get married because they think love is a ditch that you fall into, and there's plenty of people who say, the essence of love is a feeling, and I will know when I'm to be married, because there'll be this overwhelming, overwhelming, unrelenting feeling of love for this other person that I will have, there will never be doubt, so I'll never look at this person and go, yuck. I won't have good days and bad days. It'll be overwhelming, it'll just whoosh, it'll just pick me up like a tidal wave and it'll just wash me into marriage. Marriage is covenantal. Nobody operates like that. No marriage operates like that. And you know, if for some reason you just accidentally are so temperamentally one with a person so that you never have any scrapes before you get married, or if accidentally the person that you have has fallen for you happens to be the body type that you've been fantasizing about for years and years, then before you get married, you might actually have that strong, incredible feeling, bells going off every day. That'd be the worst thing for you, because when you finally do get married, you will see that marriage is covenantal, marriage is a commitment. The feeling of love will follow the actions of love, and frankly, the day in which you are most able to honor God by loving your spouse the way Christ loved the church are the days in which you don't feel much affection at all. That's the day, when you feel warm and toasty, it's easy to serve. When you don't feel warm and toasty, that's love. That's the way Jesus loved us. When he was on the cross, did he look down and say, just my body type, I can't wait to die for these people. Jesus acted. Jesus did not love us because we were lovely, Jesus loved us to make us lovely. When you love covenantally, you will find over the years your marriage will get more and more stable. It is astonishing how fast, when you act in a serving way, when you act in a tender way, when you act in an affectionate way, out of love for Christ, out of a sense of obligation, out of a knowledge that he has forgiven you, even though you don't feel much affection for your spouse, it's amazing how fast your feelings will kick back in. You follow your feelings in marriage, and you're on your way down in that cycle. So the practical implications are pretty simple. Love is not a feeling first. It's not. Second practical implication, and it's the only other one I can mention tonight, is that the essence of marriage is confrontational, and you'll never understand that and know it, and never have the benefits of it until you understand that love is covenantal. I just said that most people think if we have a great marriage, or if I know I should be marrying this person, this is a person I will always feel affectionate for. That's ridiculous. Verse 26 says that one of the key purposes of marriage is that we cleanse one another. We wash one another. We get rid of one another's faults and flaws and blemishes. We get the dirt off of each other. Now, you know, the idea of taking a bath is kind of nice, you know. If you're thinking when it says the husband and the wife, they cleanse one another through the washing of water and the word, and if you think of a bubble bath, you're really going down the wrong track. If you're already in pretty good shape, a bath doesn't hurt, but has anybody here been beaten, scraped up, wounded all over the place, and you get into a bath full of soap? You know how it feels. It hurts. It stings. Listen, 2 Corinthians 4-5 says, the coming of Christ brings to light the hidden things and discloses the purpose of the heart. So does marriage. If any of you have ever been to one of my marriage services, you'll know I like to say this, and this is very important. Here's a bridge, and there's all sorts of structural defects in the bridge, but you can't see them. They're hairline fractures. Nobody can really see them, but a great big truck, 5-pound, I mean a 5-ton, not very big, a 5-ton Mack truck comes over the bridge, and when it gets on the bridge, it shows up all the structural defects because it strains the bridge, and suddenly you can see we're all the mistakes on where all the flaws are. The truck doesn't create the flaws. It doesn't create the weakness. It reveals the weakness, and when you get married, your spouse is this great big Mack truck coming right through your heart, and before you were married, other people tried to tell you about those defects. Your parents tried to tell you. Your roommates have tried to tell you, but you weren't in covenant with them. You could write it off. You weren't so intimate and so close that it really created problems for you. Your selfishness, your fear, your pride, your bitterness, your worry. You were never in, even with your parents, never in such an intimate relationship that those differences created problems for you, and on top of that, if they told you about them too much, you could always leave. There was no covenant. There was no commitment. There was no vow. When you get married, it brings out the worst in you. When you get married, you will find that being in that close a quarters, those sins, those structural flaws will be brought out, and the real mistake that people make, almost always, is you feel like the conflict that marriage has brought you into is a conflict with your spouse. Not a bit. The power of marriage is this. Marriage brings you into a confrontation, not with your spouse. It's with yourself. Marriage forces you to look in the mirror. Marriage gets you by the scruff of the neck and pushes you in the face in the mirror and says, look at these things. And the most wonderful thing about marriage, the way marriage helps you escape from your sins is that marriage is, relatively speaking, an inescapable relationship. You can't just walk out. Yes, you can, but it's very hard, very difficult. Even in a society, it's tough. And what happens is that your marriage will, for the first time in your life, show you your warts, show you your flaws in a way that you can't escape them, and you'll have to cry out to God, and you'll have to say, Lord, only you can help me, and that's the beginning of your healing. If you don't think, therefore, that there is a conflict, the Bible says in the book of Proverbs, iron sharpens iron, friend sharpens friend. And if that's true of friends, good friends sharpen each other, there's a constructive conflict. They point out each other's weaknesses and faults. How much more is the ultimate friendship a marriage? You ought to think of each individual that gets into a marriage as sort of a rough stone put into a gem tumbler, and the gem tumbler brings you into constructive conflict with each stone and constructive conflict with one another, knocking the rough edges off so that when you come out of that gem tumbler, you're beautiful, you're smooth, you're perfect, you're polished, and all the glories inherent in that gem are revealed for the eye to see. Marriage is a gem tumbler. A Christian marriage has a compound, a grinding compound in it called the Holy Spirit, called the gospel that we talked about at the top of the hour. If you get in there with the gospel and you get in there with a covenantal understanding of love, you will change, you will grow. But if you think of marriage romantically, if you think of marriage subjectively, if you think of marriage with a modern understanding of love, you'll never get in there, or if you get in there, it'll be a disaster. Are you willing to stand up in front publicly of all the authority structures in the world, the authority structure of state, the government, all of your friends, your family? Are you willing to stand up in public before the whole world and promise to be tender and to be loving to this person under all conditions for the rest of your life? Then you love them enough to get married. You don't have to keep on looking inside your heart and taking your spiritual and emotional temperature all the time. Jesus Christ says, love one another as I have loved you. Let's pray. Father, we thank you that your son gives us the pattern for all our relationships, not just marriage. We pray, Father, that those of us who are here who are married will walk away and take these principles and begin to apply them. We pray that those of us who are not married might begin to think and look at our relationships and our own heart and our own futures through the lens of what your Word says about this great institution, this glorious thing, which is marriage, this dangerous thing, this difficult thing, and this great thing. We pray, therefore, Lord, that you would enable us to see that we are your bride, and as we come to understand the depths and the glories of your love for us, we will in the same way and to a great degree understand our relationships with one another and begin to walk as he walked, to love as he loved. Father, make us a community like that, and now we pray it in Jesus' name. Amen. Thanks for listening to today's teaching from Dr. Keller. If you were encouraged by this podcast, we invite you to consider becoming a Gospel & Life monthly partner. Your partnership helps more people access resources like this podcast. Just visit GospelAndLife.com slash partner to learn more. This month's sermons were recorded in 1991. The sermons and talks you hear on the Gospel & Life podcast were preached from 1989 to 2017, while Dr. Keller was senior pastor at Redeemer Presbyterian Church.
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"stone put" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"As our Bloomberg technology senior executive editor Brad stone put it in this week's big take years of wildly inflated valuations crypto flavored pyramid schemes and all manner of naked opportunism have led us to the tech bust of 2022 He has such a way with words that Brad So far this year the tech heavy S&P 500 has lost just under one 5th of its value among the worst hit Amazon Tesla meta and zoom But that's just the start So has the tech bubble burst Let's bring in Robert kentwell portfolio manager at upholding Robert What do you think Has a bubble burst Well some air has definitely come out of the balloon But believe it or not it has far from burst Companies there's too much cash on balance sheets there's too much dry powder and venture capital a lot of technology companies at the hardly tapped debt markets And so until you really see companies extended with short runways frankly there's still a little bit of ways to go But what's been interesting with this kind of wholesale sell off is that we've been kind of putting companies into one of three buckets You either have businesses that have been big growers for ten years that are hitting a wall these are streamers like Netflix and Spotify that have to call their business models into question You have this middle group of businesses like meta and Amazon with a lot of ecommerce exposure And it's very clear that just as the market goes up and down those businesses are going to be affected So we'll call them in the yellow category of well we'll see what ecommerce does and then those businesses will do just fine And then there's the green category of business models that are proving to be unbelievably resilient You had Thomas from the Google Cloud team on here earlier He couldn't stop smiling And that's because cloud computing is just doing so well in spite of how challenging of an environment that we're in right now And so that's definitely the one area where we're probably spending the most time as investors because prices have come down on a lot of stocks like snowflake and datadog and AWS that all have exposure to that end cloud computing segment Interesting of course as you mentioned Google Cloud was that one bright spot in alphabet results just a few weeks ago Now let's talk about your strategy because your ETF kings is down with the rest of the market 34% year to date How are you evolving your own strategy I know some of your top stocks are meta Amazon and alphabet Yeah And as I've been mentioning we've been moving more into some of these cloud computing businesses like service now So our strategy is it looks sometimes like a technology and desk but we're very pure investors where we start at the industry where we find really big industries with a small number of competitors We find who the market leaders are that are dating market share or have a dominant position We make sure that management is being responsible with how they're allocating that capital And then ultimately you got to make sure that you're paying a fair price for it And being down 34% year to date when Amazon's down 34% year to date is painful And it means that we paid too much for some of the companies that we own For the most part we're holding on to the businesses that we own As I mentioned Spotify is an example of a stock that we drop because we just don't believe in the expansion into podcasts even management's pulling back investment there But we're continuing to move money into these cloud computing businesses and that's the beauty of being one of these early actively managed ETFs We can move between stocks without creating tax problems for investors And everything we do is transparent So folks can follow along with us while we do it As we do Now snap really spooked a lot of investors I mean the market was like shaking in its boots How spooked were you by snap Not necessarily snap In particular but the signal it sent about the macro environment and the digital ads business It was pretty interesting to watch the market process the snap information 30 days It was only a month since snap was just out publicly reporting that they announced that they were going to miss the low end of their guidance So that's scared a lot of people Google and meta had a really bad day But on that same day you heard service now they had there's a lot of investor days happening right now They upped their 5 year revenue target by a $1 billion And so investors are getting a lot of mixed signals Visa reported that while they're seeing variability across different markets for the most part they don't think we're in a recession So you're getting a lot of different data points that are out there and I'd say clearly with what the markets in the past couple of days People view this more as an idiosyncratic issue with snap because they've had while they've been growing users They've had a declining share of usage relative to the rise of TikTok and reels on Instagram And that's been a hard thing for SnapChat to have to navigate So so far we've seen the SnapChat news be potentially isolating but we're really not going to know for another 6 to 8 weeks when earning season lights up again Now we saw this big broad con VMware deal get announced today Tech stocks bouncing back Where are you placing your bets for next week I mean you know there's so much concern that we're heading into a recession that this is going to be some long drawn out period of pain And then other signs that maybe it's just a blip It's noisy It's very noisy I think you're right that this is just the beginning of a wave of acquisitions You had a chart up earlier with 5 different acquisitions that we've already seen this year all in the multi-billion dollar phase I think it is extremely reasonable to assume that the second half of this year will have an even faster pace of acquisitions There's simply too much dry powder out there There's too much cash sitting on corporate balance sheets And there's too many valuations that are really attractive So if you're Google and you're sitting there and wondering how to turn Google images into Pinterest you're like wow this could take a few years or we could try and go and buy the company for 15 to $20 billion That's just something that wasn't in the cards a couple of years ago when prices were too high And so when you have some of these larger businesses whose growth rates are slowing with some of these smaller businesses it's still a penetrating growth rate By the way SnapChat might be up for sale $15 billion for one of the world's very few social networks that works internationally It's going to get a really interesting conversation I think for a lot of these assets that are pretty unique And we'll see how it goes You just gave our print reporters some homework there to chase some deals Robert Cantwell upholding as always great to have you That does it for this edition of Bloomberg technology I'm Emily Chang in San Francisco SolarWinds CEO will 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"stone put" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Global news at Thank you they're described as personal letters Casey and a report says the south's president Moon Jae-in sent a letter Day before yesterday Kim Jong-un almost immediately responded The report says Kim said he appreciated the pains and effort taken by moon for the great cause of his nation Moon of course is leaving office Ukraine says it will take $600 billion to rebuild prime minister Dana says they're seeking international funds from bakeries to food warehouses to machine building enterprises and petroleum storage is everything is bombing is under a rocket strikes And so it's not just Mary a pole It's decimated A Russian president Vladimir Putin says he's ordered his troops not to storm Mary Apple says it is surrounded and there is no way for Ukrainian troops to win He says it will take several days but they will surrender Meanwhile a U.S. is laying out the cache of weapons being sent to Ukraine and that according to Pentagon spokesman John Kirby includes new technology goes drones The kinds of things this drone can do Lend itself well to this particular kind of terrain I think I'm just going to leave it at that Yeah what we do know is that they're one way drones meant to search and destroy and President Biden says as well This package includes heavy artillery weapons dozens of howitzers and a 144,000 rounds of ammunition to go with those howitzers It also includes more tactical drones Yeah Biden's saying over the past few months the U.S. has spent over ten times more in any tank weapons than Russia even has tanks in Ukraine Climate exclusively on Bloomberg today a Biden climate Tsar John Kerry said rather than just doing away with oil production I believe we ought to set limits as to what sort of the gas life is going to be without abatement If you can obey if you can capture the emissions literally genuinely then you're reducing the problem And then set those abatement requirements in stone Put the industry on notice You've got 6 years 8 years no more than ten years or so within which you've got to come up with a means by which you're going to capture And if you're not capturing then we have to deploy alternative sources of energy Yeah Kerry says alternative injuries the goal for sure but that the two can work together And oh my goodness Mike Tyson Washington Post is reporting that after a great time here in San Francisco celebrating four 20 with some edibles in Robin Williams park in Golden Gate park He got on his flight back to Florida Well TMZ has TMZ has caught a tussle with another passenger who was obviously he'd had something either edible or drinkable Tyson says the guy was harassing him and threw a water bottle at him and then My Tyson then laid on a couple of blows on the guy's face Yep Pretty swollen and blood Police question the folks No reports are any charges In San Francisco I'm Ed Baxter This is Bloomberg All right Douglas Eddie I don't know what to say about that except where's Dan Schwartzman when you need him.
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"Hunter texas governor greg abbott. Because of course he did so the red america that was in austin texas not the most bluest part of america these days so that's where he was with red america. Okay stand out about white in particular. Is it the act. Please pay attention okay. Anti he's white. These white standout about white anti vaxxers in particular that they act like their freedom is taken from bill and they have this weird habit of trying to do that. by co-opting the history of actually oppressed is no different. He claimed that vaccine mandates or discrimination the lyrics of his song with van morrison include. Do you want to be a free man of you. Wanna be a slave his rolling stone points out. This isn't clapton's first nasty brought with matters of race derogatory term to his friend jimi hendrix in nineteen sixty eight though the magazine points out it was quote hipster slang at the time by the way. If i could point out to you joy both jimmy and eric are brits. They're racists come on. This is not a surprise. But don't late on slavery from america and a concert in nineteen seventy six. He went on a racist rant. That included him saying stop britain from becoming a black colony. Keep britain white. It was particularly shocking at the time because clapton's music was heavily influenced. One might say appropriated black musicians. Whereas big cover of bob marley's i shot the sheriff classroom as apologized for his racist past blaming it on his addictions to alcohol and drugs but his behavior over the past year is also questionable and as rolling stone. Put it clapton. Went from setting the standard for rod. Guitar to making full tilt racist rants and becoming outspoken backseats. Skeptic always like this. I mean maybe he's just a jerk. Oh that was really dynamite have to applaud her for taking to eric clapton being a full on evil racist. It's just beautiful. Because he didn't let by the way coming from a caribbean. Maybe i'll give you the clip today for coming from a woman from the korean to nazi not an african american but entertaining entertaining pair. Top dollar. can you believe it. I have plenty of stuff. I don't i don't know what's in you clip. So let's see what well let's have a variety of clips. Most of them all you know. Let's do the ones as we were just kind of on the topics that you mentioned visor minute ago. Get somehow getting out of that. Td report as as a killer so they have the the really promoting on npr. And i have two versions of the same story. I have an old version in the original of the news. You should use defy johnson. Johnson's no good. What we know that. And so you got to give them pfizer. Shot is a booster. And so they're promoting the story that this play the alt- version of this verse. This is a covert booster news all npr since public health experts. I started talking about cova. Nineteen vaccine boosters. People have wondered. Is it best for vaccinated folks to get the same vaccine for their booster as they did for their initial shots or would it be better to mix things up and get a different vaccine as a booster highly anticipated. Study has produced some provocative answers and joining us. Now with details is npr. Health correspondent rob. Stein hi rob okay. So you've got wondering. What did they find. The bottom line is if you've got the pfizer or the maternal vaccine it looks like a pfizer or modern shot would work well as your booster. Maternity seems to work the best but not all that much better than pfizer. So if fis ormond earner was your first vaccine. It doesn't look like it matters very much. As long as they're booster is another one of these so-called emma rene vaccine's but if you cain j. vaccine hit really looks like you get the best response if you don't get another game j is either getting returner or pfizer next levels of so-called neutralizing antibodies and people who got one of those shot up kennedy twenty times higher than if they just got another man okay. Here's what's missing from from these reports throughout the entire roll out of vaccines. We've heard exact numbers okay. They changed a lot. We heard numbers of efficacy. We heard numbers of protection. We and this is just seems to be pretty good. That's kind of that's better than but was really fantastic. Is this come on. This is this is just off the cough. I think it would also reporting numbers if we go back to february. March april of lack of twenty twenty there was just edicts about dole. Makes these offer the world health organization said it. Demille mix these up. Did they didn't even want you. Mixing johnson johnson madonna. No they're different formulations. They don't necessarily you know who knows what happens when you mix them up but now they're telling you the best now it's the best way to go. Now here's the here's the other version of that same story but it's a slightly different if i'm not mistaken if it's too much the same you can kill it. The best choice for a booster for people who received the johnson and johnson cove in nineteen back. Scene appears to be either the madonna or pfizer shot. Npr's rob stein reports on the findings of a highly anticipated study from the national institutes of health. Researchers studied four hundred fifty eight people who originally got the dirna pfizer or johnson and johnson vaccine got either the is number four fifty eight. That's drop in the bucket vaccine or one of the others as a booster four to six months later the researchers found that. It didn't make much difference. Whether those who originally got the madonna or pfizer vaccines. This same. Shot has booster or the other so-called a vaccine but people who got the jolts johnson vaccine drawing response if they got either my dern or farther shot next instead of another j shot food and drug ministration advisors are meeting this week to consider missouri and johnson and johnson's request authorize their vaccines has boosters for their shots rob starring. Npr news. guys. You calling in from the car for the point is that small study and They still haven't got approval for any of this and they're pre promoting it and godly was on. Cbs again and they have a new tactic. Why would you survey the parents that'll make that'll make. It seem a lot better. According to the poll that we started our program with today more than a third of parents say they will vaccinate their five to eleven year olds right away. A quarter of them will wait and see. I'm wondering what that says to you. And what you would be looking for in the language from the cdc when.
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But that's rare really fine conversation with him. Encourage you to check out that book. A alex berenson going to join us at the top of the third hour of the program. Special labor day addition. Let's get back to talk to kirk there about his experience when he eventually goes on the road and sees a big major college football game and how much he's going to enjoy it but the craziness that is continuing to To spiral out of afghanistan. It's really not surprising anybody who's been listening to this program because bucket i have been breaking down where we were headed as soon as we started negotiating with the taliban right now we got hostage situations taking place all over the country. Let's listen to congressman. Michael mccall laid out on fox news sunday clearing the airplanes to depart the set at the airport for the last couple of days. these planes and they're not allowed to leave We know the reason why is because italian wants something in exchange. This is really chris turning into a hostage situation where they're not going to allow american citizens to leave until they get full recognition from the united states of america. My concern is jihad or special envoy. Who's met with the taliban. They're in talks right now. And i i worry. His recommendation to the administration will be to recognize taliban. The official government of the united states a taliban organization that as a terrorist organization. Sounds like to me. We're going to have to send them some more harshly worded letters. Because that's our everybody knows that you really make terrorists aware that you are taking them seriously. A really mean letter threatening them with you in sanctions and failure to recognize if they don't start treating people better. We big tech is in the tank for far left wing politics. But i've got an incredible example coming up for you next that. I wanna walk you through involving ivermectin. You know the drug that a lot of people including bach took to get better after cova that has turned into a major battleground. This is legitimately fake news. Twitter claims that cares about not censoring this in any way. Clay travis buck sexton. Show appreciate all of you hanging out with us on this labor day edition of the program also appreciate the crew. Come in and didn't want to Mess as less stories out there. I've been working labor day for fifteen years now. Didn't wanna miss today. Buckle back with me tomorrow going to try to get into a bunch of different stories here in the back half of this show. But i wanna start here with a rolling stone story and if you wanna go see a story that perfectly encapsulates. The fell year of big tech companies to apply a consistent and even standard of editorial management to their platforms. This is it. And i want to open up a window for you here into what happened and then tracked through. Why a story like this matters. So here's what happened. Rolling stone ran a story that claimed that gunshot victims are left. Waiting as horse de warmer doses. Overwhelm awful oklahoma hospitals. A doctor says all right. That's the headline in rolling stone. It spreads like wildfire throughout social media. This idea that ivermectin is being used and it's causing a huge number of people to have to be hospitalized. Such that gunshot victims are not able to receive medical treatment at hospitals. That's the headline. This is the headline over the weekend. Okay turns out that it's one hundred percent ally. The story is one hundred percent not true. Okay there's a difference between fact and opinion right. This is zero factual basis behind the story. In fact the the hospital that is named as the one that is overwhelmed with ivermectin patients says the doctor who was quoted. This is the official statement that is put out from this oklahoma hospital. Although dr jason moco ye is not an employee he is affiliated with a medical staffing group that provides coverage for our emergency room with that said. He's not worked at the hospital in over two months. So this doctor claims makes up a story that ivermectin is over running the hospital and then the hospital puts out a statement and says not only is the hospital not overrun with ivermectin patients. They haven't treated anybody due to complications and there have been no ivermectin overdoses at all and they say all patients who visited our emergency room. Not only are there no gunshot victims. Who are unable to be treated. They say all patients who have visited our emergency room have received appropriate medical attention. Our hospital hasn't had to turn away any patients who need emergency care and they have to put out this statement saying everybody is fine. This story is one hundred percent ally the idea that rolling stone put out there. That ivermectin is overloading a hospital. And that it's unsafe to be taken. It's one hundred percent of why i want to give credit to drew holden. Who does fantastic work. He's fought at drew holden three sixty on twitter. Encourage you to go read through his thread yourself. You can also go read about this at outkick dot com but every body picks up this rolling stone article and runs wild with it including rachel maddow. Whose tweet goes viral. She says patients overdosing on ivermectin are backing up rural oklahoma hospitals. And ambulances the scariest. One i've heard of in seen is people coming in with vision loss. This is rachel. Maddow the lead host of the most popular show on. Msnbc she tweets this story out and over ten thousand people. One hundred percent made up story over. Ten thousand people are sharing it like crazy. Msnbc executive producer who has been complaining about fake news shares like mad. It gets picked up by all the major british outlets. Newsweek new york daily news the hell they all right their own version of this story and it explodes and is everywhere on social media now. What does twitter do about this twitter band. Our guest alex berenson who were going to have in the third hour of the program. And i'll directly. Ask him about this. But they banned alex berenson for sharing actual facts about covert the co vaccine disgusting israeli data. All of its fact. These are people sharing one hundred percent inaccurate stories. that is totally made up this rolling stone story. All that matters on big tech is not truth or fiction. It's whether or not. The narrative supports the narrative that they want to be true. Joe rogan gets cove. It takes ivermectin beck buck sexton by the way did the same thing. I had kobe. But i had such a mild case. I'd have to take anything and everybody out. There goes crazy in the blue checkmark brigade even though ivermectin has been taken safely by millions of patients for decades. And even though there's evidence that suggests that it may be helpful. Joe rogan drug cocktail. Couple days. he's back to one hundred percent. This story is made up itsel lie. We know it's a lie. You know it's a lie. There's nothing on rachel. Maddow al's account about the fact that this is information that is untrue. There's no checkmark against rachel maddow for spreading a story that is one hundred percent true. There's not even a demand for rachel maddow to take down the story that she shared. That's one hundred percent false. How can you justify kicking. A guy like alex. Berenson off of your social media platform at twitter. How can you justify when buck sexton awry share data. That makes the foul shiites unhappy that there is a tab often added to our tweets that says find out more information about covert nineteen here. How can all of that be occurring and twitter does nothing to all of the left wing blue checkmark brigade members spreading this story which is a one hundred percent. Why as if it is the truth and twitter does nothing. I know we get used to hypocrisies. But i believe that you have to keep hammering home these hypocrisies for a significant reason even though it may at times feel incredibly frustrating and self defeating. Because we're not really fighting the forty percent that is going to triple mask. And they're going to stay in their basements and they're going to be triggered beyond belief by all the college football fans were fighting for the twenty percent who are reasonable the people who might be willing to look and think about the data behind masking children. The people who might recognize that england for instance is not giving the vaccine to young children. Because they're under such a limited risk from cova that it doesn't make sense to do so the fact that almost all european countries are not requiring masks on their school children because there's no basis upon which to base that scientific decision. These are the people. Were trying to win the twenty percent of reasonable people. That's how we win when we come back gavin newsom. What's going on in the california recall election. I will give you the latest updates as it pertains to that election and what is likely to happen. Appreciate all of you hanging out with us. This is a special labor day edition of the clay travis and buck sexton show. I remember making prediction. I know how resilient you are. And i know that you people don't just sit out.
"stone put" Discussed on 600 WREC
"On this Labor Day edition of the program also appreciate The crew coming in. I didn't want to miss. There's a lot of stories out there. I've been working Labor day for 15 years now didn't want to miss today, but we'll be back with me tomorrow. Gonna try to get into a bunch of different stories here in the back half of this show, but I want to start here with Rolling stone story and if you want to go see A story that perfectly encapsulates the failure of big tech companies to apply a consistent and even standard of editorial. Management. To their platforms. This is it. And I want to open up a window for you here into what happened and then track through. Why a story like this matters. So here's what happened. Rolling Stone ran a story that claimed that gunshot victims are left waiting as horse do. Warmer overdoses overwhelm Oklahoma hospitals, a doctor says. All right, that's the headline. In Rolling Stone. It spreads like wildfire throughout social media. This idea that Ivor Mactan is being used and it's causing a huge number of people to have to be hospitalized such that gunshot victims are not able to receive Medical treatment at hospitals. That's the headline This is the headline over the weekend, Okay? Turns out that it's 100% a lie. The story is 100%. Not true. Okay, There's a difference between fact and opinion, right? This is zero factual basis behind this story. In fact, The, uh, the hospital that is named as the one that is overwhelmed with Ivor Mactan patients, says the doctor who was quoted this is the official statement that is put out from this Oklahoma hospital. Although Dr Jason Mackel Ye is not an employee, he is affiliated with the medical staffing group that provides coverage for our emergency room. With that said he's not worked at the hospital in over two months. So this doctor claims makes up a story that I've ever met that is overrunning the hospital. And then the hospital puts out a statement and says Not only is the hospital not overrun with Ivor met in patients. They haven't treated anybody due to complications and there have been no, I ivermectin overdoses at all. And they say all patients who visited our emergency room. Not only are there no gunshot victims who were unable to be treated, they say all patients who have visited our emergency room have received Appropriate medical attention. Our hospital hasn't had to turn away any patients who need emergency care, and they have to put out this statement saying everybody is fine. This story. Is 100% a lie. The idea that Rolling Stone put out there that I ivermectin is overloading a hospital and that it's unsafe to be taken. It's 100% alive. I want to give credit to Drew Holden, who does fantastic work. He's fall at Drew holding 3 60 on Twitter. Encourage you to go read through his thread yourself. You can also go read about this at outkicked dot com. But everybody picks up this Rolling Stone article and runs wild with it, including Rachel Maddow, whose tweet goes viral, she says patients overdosing on Ivor Mukden are backing up rural Oklahoma hospitals and ambulances. The scariest one I've heard of and seen Is people coming in with vision loss? This is Rachel Maddow, the lead host of the most popular show on MSNBC. She tweets this story out. And over 10,000 people is 100% made up story over 10,000. People are sharing it like crazy MSNBC. Executive producer who has been complaining about fake news shares it like mad it gets picked up by all the major British outlets. Newsweek, New York Daily News. The hell they all write their own version of this story, and it explodes and is everywhere on social media. Now. What does Twitter do about this? Twitter banned our guest Alex barons and who we're going to have in the third hour of the program, and I'll directly ask him about this. But they banned Alex Barrington for sharing actual facts about Covid the covid vaccine discussing Israeli data, all of its fact. These are people sharing 100% inaccurate stories that is totally made up this rolling stone story. All that matters on big Tech is not truth or fiction. It's whether or not the narrative supports the narrative that they want to be true. Joe Rogan gets covid Takes ivermectin Beck. Buck Sexton, by the way, did the same thing. I had covid. But I had such a mild case. I didn't have to take anything. And everybody out there. Goes crazy in the blue Checkmark brigade, even though I've ever met has been taken. Uh, safely by millions of patients for decades. And even though there's evidence that suggests that it may be helpful Joe Rogan drug cocktail. Couple days later, he's back 200%. This story is made up. It's a why We know it's a lie. You know, it's a lie. There's nothing on Rachel Maddow calls. Account. About the fact that this is information that is untrue. There's no check mark against Rachel Maddow for spreading a story that is 100%. True. There's not even a demand for Rachel Maddow to take down the story that she shared. That's 100% false. How can you justify Kicking a guy like Alex Barron Seuin off of your social media platform at Twitter. How can you justify when Buck Sexton er I share data that makes the Fauci it's unhappy that there is a tab often added to our tweets that says Find out more information about Covid 19 here. How can all of that be occurring? And Twitter does nothing. To all of the left wing blue checkmark brigade members spreading this story, which is a 100%. Why As if it is the truth. And Twitter does nothing. No, we get used to hypocrisy. But I believe that you have to keep hammering home. These hypocrisy is for a significant reason, even though It may at times feel incredibly frustrating and self defeating. Because we're not really fighting the 40%. That is going to triple mask and they're going to stay in their basements and they're going to be triggered beyond belief by all the college football fans were fighting for the 20% who are reasonable. The people who might be willing to look and think about. The data behind masking Children. The people who might recognize that England, for instance, is not giving the vaccine to young Children because they're under such limited risk from covid that it doesn't make sense to do so. The fact that almost all European countries are not requiring masks on their school Children because there's no basis Upon which To base that scientific decision. These are the people were trying to win the 20% of reasonable people. That's how we win. When we come back. Gavin Newsom. What's going on in the California recall election? I will give you the latest updates as it pertains to that election and what is likely to happen. Appreciate all of.
"stone put" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Desiccated. Just got one Got me You got you got me bit my toe off. Don't eat. You don't eat you alive. Look, watch our first cater. Yeah. What's this good like popcorn? Oh, you like to eat them? Yeah, not like corn. Pop that. No, no, no, no current Pop was a bad dudes. Keita Pop is cool. It's OK to pop goes, that's a couple of weeks, right? Loudly. Was there a story that we didn't get? I think was it was this in the same What did Air Force One have have problems with cicadas? Like in the engine or my story? The press corps was following Biden around and they cannot take off because of all the cicadas got up in the engines. Yeah, that's what's been there and during the Bush administration, and they come out, that's right. This is the the Bush administration coming back to haunt the world That's right. W brewed w brood. They are crazy. They're like inside businesses like if you go to the post office. Yeah, they don't know. Like the cicadas. They have no manners. They don't know They're really clumsy too. By the way, did you see the sign? No cicadas allowed. They don't care. They use march right into the post office. They marched right into the We're not going to die. Yeah, they're going to get they're going to get inside of places like a post office because the back of the post office is like a shipping dock. Right? So you've got that thing open the whole time. And but it's just looking at him address and his face is where I was gonna I think you're going to go with Kamala Harris. I don't bury yourself here. Don't bury yourself. You've seen this Takeda, right? Yeah. I met Carmen, but that's okay. Uh, we've seen cicadas we've seen, but you haven't seen. Well, You haven't haven't seen a grass hopper, either. Mm hmm. Oh, do you know the story that is not being covered? I mean, first of all, because of online. Everything actually is being covered. But what I mean is being pushed to the forefront. Normally would be is, uh Democrats. And especially the White House are freaking out about her performance down in Guatemala. They are freaking out because it's starting to look like and this has nothing to do. People are so used to hearing voices on the radio like there's no politics and what I'm about to say. Some people are good at what they do, and some people are not good at what they do and and and quite often, very intelligent people end up in jobs that they're not good at She is not a good politician. She's not good at doing it and the Democrats You know, if Biden doesn't run in 24, there's no way they could knock her out of the way. It's impossible. And they this is I'm just I'm reporting to you something that you can find if you dig for it. The stories are there, but it's just not coming to the To the forefront. They are panicking. Democrats are panicking because they have basically said, You know if Biden is not there in 24, it's Kamala Harris. Everyone knows that she did a horrible job running for president. She was in first place. You know and had pulled out by the time we got. She wasn't even on the ballot in Iowa. There's no ballot in Iowa, but she wasn't part of the caucuses in Iowa. And people probably just sort of believe. Well, she'll get better or so learn from that. She always looks to me like she'd rather be somewhere else, and that has nothing to do with policy. It's just I don't think that she has The killer instinct that good politicians have. I really feel like On Monday. She's into it on Tuesdays. She'd rather just go, You know, listen to some music or do something else, and I'm like this. I'm like this. I thought about getting into politics at one point because and then I was way more political like that was It mattered to me more like 10 years ago. It mattered to me more. Now. I'm at an age where I'm just like, Well, I think what I think you can think what you think. And I really don't care if you think what I think about 10 years ago. I was not like that. But I realized that I couldn't do it because You know, I started to play around with the idea of running for Senate back then, as a libertarian, I got the libertarian party around me and everybody and everybody's talking about it and getting to it and, uh Then one person was said to me, Um You know, I will be your I T person for free. This is the person who made their living that way, And that's when I realized that I shouldn't do it because I looked at somebody very earlier on early on. That had more passion for me being a senator than I did, And I realized that like on Monday, Yeah, I really wanted to do it on Tuesday. I just wanted to put on the Rolling Stones put my feet up, you know and take a gummy. It's like and then on Wednesday, I was back into it again. And so I feel like I sort of identify. Obvious..
"stone put" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"You'll say 50% off your first month, right off the top. That's pound 250 say, Mark Levin Pound 250. Say Mark Levin. Give a federal judge in Washington D. C. She goes by the name of Amy Berman Jackson, a former prosecutor, a clear Democrat, hack If you're in front of this judge, and you have ties to the Trump administration. You will not receive fair justice. It's that simple. What can we do about it? You and I can't do a damn thing about it, but this woman should be impeached and removed. She won't be impeached because the Democrats control the house. And she won't be removed because it's a 50 50 Senate and I guarantee you that probably 10% of the Republicans in the Senate would do anything about it anyway. Why my focused on her? I've talked about her before. They're outrageous Gag order against Roger Stone. Putting Paul Manafort in solitary confinement. You have terrorists and mobsters who aren't in solitary confinement. She wanted to help break man effort. She would not let stone defend himself in public. And so she would have been a great judge under Vladimir Putin or Ng's China. She's a disgrace. In my view in the American justice system, That's my opinion. She does not have the temperament.
"stone put" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Carmen in your co just ask your smart speaker toe play ESPN 1000. Hey, Chris did a halftime show. Watch some fun with the history of halftime shows a little bit later today. The guacamole, Jackson, Block the morning down. Put the chicken fingers back on the stone. Put him on the stove with terrible Bruce Springsteen. But that was like Bruce Low gravelly. Oh, yeah, He's something that I tell you. He has something for him in concert. It's like, Whoa, baby. Better be in for the long haul. Yeah, it's a long shot, but it's good man that you're in for the long haul. It's no joke, and I've always seen him live ones. Harry. Our buddy Harry was seen him like 50. Times I took to me when he played Wrigley one year and I will say it was some experience. I mean, it's no joke that that band They go after they go after it, man, and he expected the whole band is spectacular, and he's he's got the energy of a He's. I always says about Mike North. I mean, Mike's like, how old's Mike likes 102. He's not 102. But Mike's like 70 something over there 60 something I look, Mike's got the energy of a 25 year old. I don't know where he gets it. I mean, he's got more energy than me, and he's like 20 years older than me. And I mean Bruce Springsteen's gotta be pushing 70. He's like a young man out there. It's amazing. So I know the twitch channel is down. This is on twitches and they are working on it. People have been hitting us up on Twitter and I've been calling in. But yes, twitches down. It will be fixed soon, and it will be fixed by Sunday. Now we can't do the waddle in Soviet Super Bowl party so instead We've got the water and Sylvie Big game pregame normally, well, get together Waddell's house. He's he and his wife and his family of throwing a great party for family friends here at the station the last couple years, ladies. Miller was saying yesterday how much his son Alex is going to miss my house. Yeah, I was in the car when water and so we were talking about it. You know, Joe said to me, he goes. We really can't go to Mr Waters for this. Your boy said no, we can't And he said, What if we all just wear masks? And I said, no, It's not gonna work, buddy. We gotta We're skipping the party this year. We're just going to stay home and watch But the water and Sylvie's big game pre game is going to happen on the twitch channel Sunday before the big game in Tampa from three until five in the afternoon. This is going to be a virtual party Anybody can attend. You just have to make sure that you're on our twitch channel so twitch dot TV or download the twitch app. It's a great app. Just search ESPN 1000 Chicago and you'll be up and running. It is virtual b y O b b Y o f b Y o everything you're going to get a sneak peek inside water and Sylvie's crib. You can ask questions in the chat. We're all gonna pop on for a few minutes and do something different. It is all presented by Draftkings at Casino Queen Sports Book and it's brought to impart by Chicago and Toyota dealers. Coors Light, Apt electronic and Protect Chicago. Go to Chicago. Dad Gob slash co vid vax. Yes, it's gonna be one grandchild. How about a Waddle and Sylvie appearance on our show on Friday to promote it? A little. I'm fine with that. Okay, You guys go that Oh, absolutely. I like doing a gold cross talk. Yeah, we haven't You kidding me? You miss it with those guys. Thank you. I do. Yeah. What we do are cross talk with hoodie. And, captain. I mean, I miss Donaldson sauce off, but we did that one for an extended period of Yeah, I liked it when we had both. We have two sets of pasta. You bet. Well, we were the beneficiary sandwiched between all those men. So yesterday, the Bulls host the Knicks. Tom Thibodeau back in the building in the building. Old tips, no crowd. But you know, what do we say? Yesterday said Well after the Bulls previous heartbreaking losses on this year, they bounced back. There were four point favorite last night. They bounced back. They won, they covered. One by eight. I believe by 50 seconds into the game. It's too nothing. Nix. The Bulls on their first two offensive possessions, had two turnovers, one by Kobe one by Lowery Marketing and then on the defense event. Lowry had a real weak attempt to grab a defensive rebound. And I believe it was Mitchell Robinson, who had a put back attempt. I didn't make it. But still gave up. Ah, very easy offensive, rebounding Rachel Robinson on his hand, and it's gone. And Billy Donovan called time out called the T 0 50 seconds into the game and I am the media and I think it was Lowry that really drew his ire. To be honest, because a turnover and a very bad effort on the other end of security offensive rebound. Now I've seen this before I covered the Tim Floyd Bulls. And Tim Floyd ones pulled this stunt in Charles Oakley, who didn't want to be her to begin with, and he made us aware of that every day he talked to us back and that was like 2001. Charles Oakley. Every day would say I didn't ask to be traded here. I don't want to be here. I'm not kidding every day to the media, Charles Oakley would make it be known. After that display. I believe the Bulls were in Milwaukee. Charles Oakley fired on Tim Floyd so badly that the organization fined him $50,000. This is like 1 $52,000 think about that for a second. That's how mad Jerry Krause was. And Charles Oakley unloaded on Tim Floyd for subbing out early in a Game five. The five starters five starters to the bench. It's something Jim Boylan probably I'm assuming it's a college to college point period, and I thought for a second, I'm like, okay, I think he's pissed at Lowry and he's obviously pissed. Walter. I said he's knocking it. He's not going to do it. He's not gonna stop mall in, is he? He did not. All five of his starter stay on the floor. He read him the riot act. Oh, he might have specifically, probably the market and then marketing went out and dropped. 30 did have a great fourth quarter, but marketing responded went out dropped 30. For the second straight game. He had a 30 point game. That's how you do it. This is Billy Donovan after the game when he was asked. What did you tell the team after calling that early time out? Just 50 seconds said, Well, we way blue. A pick and roll coverage. We gave up an offensive rebound where obviously we talked a lot about being able to rebound. The basketball. And something that we've talked about for a long time with us offensively, we turned it over to straight times. So like there was nothing in those first two or three possessions that we did that. You know, we had talked about those of things that we had talked about, you know, going into the game, so They were great. You know, I really didn't need to say much to be quite honest with you. You know, they were really this good shatter. I think Garrett in fat and Opie. You don't even Zach and there they were all they they understood. They were on it, and they got a corrected that's a basketball coach. That's what you do..
"stone put" Discussed on Pantheon
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"stone put" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Very alone Touch. Other day Never G Good morning. 5 38 Steve Alexander's agribusiness brief will be back on tomorrow. The market's closed today in Observance of Martin Luther King Day. So I have something from my record collection and let me tell you this. This is one. You gotta crank up. You gotta turn it way up. I know it's early. This a waking up for sure. You've heard the stories about Phil Specter, who passed away over the weekend at 81. He was a brilliant record producer and the insane guy. No question about it. And in addition to Those early hits he produced with his famous wall of sound like he's a rebel and be my baby and to do run run, he worked with John Lennon and the Beatles. He Did production work on the Let it be album. He also added strings and acquired to the long and winding road of a Paul Didn't really like all of that. I've always been a fan of that. I like all that big wall of sound. Specter also Produced All things must pass for George Harrison and the John Lennon. Imagine album and you know what he used to do. He used to mix the music and then listen to it in the studio on a little bitty speaker. Because he knew that's the way the kids were hearing the music on transistor radios, and he made these rock operas and my favorite Phil Specter production. Is the song we're gonna play for you here this morning. A lot of people think this is the greatest rock and roll record ever. Rolling Stone put it on their list of the 500 greatest songs of all time. And billboard name This the number eight song on their list of the 100 Greatest Girl group songs of all time and if you if you crank this up and pay attention Phil Specter throws in just about everything but the kitchen sink before this record is over the crystals..
"stone put" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Everything that we could do to prevent damage from happening. So the biggest things on the outside home which for sure you know, like anyone we want to watch. I was ice dams and then snow clogging and events, you know, from a low hanging like a dryer, vent exhaust can end up getting carbon monoxide inside the house. So just doing a walk around the outside your home. I'm looking for some of those things is really important instead of are in addition to shoveling the driveway, you should be shoveling the entire perimeter of your home. Think is what he's saying. Anything to show all and that reminds me of an experience I had. I'd love to say it wasn't me, but it was. It was a year we did all new landscaping and we had heavy, heavy snow. So the landscaping was different. We had bigger trim both retaining wall. Stone put up and for some reason, when I was removing all the snow from our sidewalks and around the house so that we had room to walk around the house, I wasn't blowing it all away from home. I was blowing or shoveling piles of it onto the landscaping rock. And that was the only year that I have had water in my basement in the springtime. The only year and so it's like, Yeah. Yeah, It's so important, beginning that that water away from home and start with the gutters. You know the gutter guards getting that that away from there and then you know, you don't wanna be shoveling it towards her home for sure. And I know a lot of people you have on here. We'll talk about the landscape. How you wanted water, be training away from the home and it's crazy. I've had the same experience at my home in earlier life. One of the guards had come detached and I didn't know it and come springtime. I actually the one year that it flooded and I walk around trying to figure it out and turn off that it was detached. So what happens from you guys? I see a lot of gutters and you see a lot of gutter issues around homes we see like trees and forests growing out of gutters. Is that just make the.
"stone put" Discussed on Pantheon
"Guys have to say about. Well thank you take care. Let's draft these. I'm gonna. I'm gonna let you go first so we're going to do this. You pick the year. You're drafting and what band you want in that year. So it'd be like such-and-such banned in this year. And then we'll take that off the table. That year is off the table. Because if if i pick one ban that implicitly means that you have the other band so where it will name the year and the band but It only be one one draft per year so with with the first with the first pick and the first inaugural beatles versus stones draft. I will select the rolling stones for one thousand nine hundred seventy two featuring exile on main street that the smart choice about that. It's a smart choice. Considering what exile and main street is and a smart choice. Considering what's what's what's up against it that year sometime in new york by john lennon and that's never never heard it in my life going to be fun for a and and i can't wait to mount a case for how amazing it is okay. I think that's actually also like alive. Alb- all right you're your. So what's what's off the table right now. Seventy two seventy two off the table. All right. i'm gonna pick the beatles in one thousand nine hundred seventy and that's basically the beatles put out let it be last. Album mccartney puts out album. George harrison puts out now album lennon and yoko ono put out now album and then the stones have the live album. Get your yas out. That is a huge huge bills year. Okay does this is smart choice with my next pick. I am going to a the beatles in nineteen sixty six which is revolver astor and stones put out aftermath. Could be a lot worse than that all right. I'm going to take the rolling stones and seventy one which is sticky fingers versus. Paul mccartney does ram the wings. Wildlife and john.