20 Burst results for "Tarsus"

Chris Reed: Having God in the Room

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:53 min | 1 d ago

Chris Reed: Having God in the Room

"When this was happening to you, all those years ago in 2011, how did you know that it was God and it was not some other spiritual being or beings? Because let me just say I am sympathetic. I understand the skepticism, I would first respond by saying that number one, in scripture, we see a lot of this. I mean, Jesus chose his first miracles turning water into wine. A lot of people would have called that and they did, in fact, they called that sorcery. That's like a magic trick. And, you know, this was the religious elite of the day said he does this by the power of bills above. And so the Bible is full of people who encountered God in ways that the skeptical or natural mind could not accept could not believe and I can completely understand why they are skeptical of it, but here's the main point, the fact that we know this happened in the New Testament, we see people having angelic encounters in the book of act, seeing a bright light knocking them down, blinding them some of tarsus we see agabus prophesying about world fame and speaking in tongues in healings and all of this. And for those that don't believe that it's for today, they said all just on one verse and first Corinthians that says when that which is perfect is come, that which is in part will be done away. So they are taking a very, very large leap to say that, which is perfect has come, is the canonization of scripture. And that's how they get away with that. They were basically saying, well, once the Bible is complete, gifts are four today. I've never understood that. I mean, when

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"tarsus" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

Evangelism on SermonAudio

04:16 min | Last week

"tarsus" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

"And this is where we left off last time verse 32 of chapter 21. So let's read them. Who immediately took soldiers and centurions and ran down unto them and when they saw the chief captain and the soldiers, they left beating on Paul. Then the chief captain came near and took him and commanded him to be bound with two chains and demanded who he was and what he had done. And some cried one thing, some another among the multitude and when he could not know this certainty for the tumult, he commanded him to be carried into the castle. And when he came upon the stairs, so it was that he was born of the soldiers for the violence of the people for the multitude of the people followed after crying away with him. And as Paul was to be led into the castle, he said unto the chief captain. May I speak unto thee who said Kent's thou speak Greek are not now that Egyptian, which before these days made us an uproar and let us out into the wilderness 4000 men that were murderers, but Paul said, I am a man, a Jew of tarsus, a city in cilicia, a citizen of no mean city and I beseech the suffer me to speak and to the people. And when he had given him license, Paul stood on the stairs and beckoned with the hand and to the people, and when there was made a great silence, he spake unto them in the Hebrew tongue saying chapter 22, men, brethren, and fathers. Here he, my defense, which I make now unto you. And when they heard that he spoke in the Hebrew tongue to them, they kept the more silence, and he said, I am Verily a man which am a Jew born in tarsus, a city in cilicia. Yet brought up in this city at the feet of gemal and taught according to the perfect manner of the law of the fathers and was zealous toward God as Y all are this day. And I persecuted this way unto the death, binding and delivering into prisons, both men and women. As also the high priests that bear me witness and all the estate of the elders from whom I also received letters onto the brethren and went to Damascus to bring them which were bound and to Jerusalem for to be punished. And it came to pass that as I made my journey and was come nigh unto Damascus about noon, suddenly they're shown from heaven a great light round about me. And I fell into the ground and I heard a voice saying unto me soul, soul. Why persecute us now me? And I answered,

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"tarsus" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

Evangelism on SermonAudio

08:11 min | Last week

"tarsus" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio

"First Timothy, chapter one, first number 12. I think Christ Jesus, our lord, who has enabled me for that he counted me faithful putting me into the ministry. Who was before, a blasphemer. And a persecutor, and injurious, but I obtained mercy. Because I did it ignorantly unbelief in unbelief. And the grace of our lord Jesus, the grace of our lord, was exceeding abundant with faith and love, which is in Christ Jesus. This is a faithful saying, and worthy of all acceptation. The Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners. Of whom I am chief. Albeit for this cause, I obtain mercy. That in me, first, Jesus Christ might show forth all long suffering for a pattern to them which should hereafter believe on him to life everlasting. An acquaintance of yours. Knowing that you are a Christian, pleads with you to go visit her nephew. Who is in the county jail? This young man has been arrested again. This is not the first time. But this time, it looks like he is going to spend some major time in prison because he has now taken the life of another person. You are told that he is truly broken. You are told that he is nearly suicidal. Thinking that there is no hope for him whatsoever. He has no life on earth. He's in prison now. And he feels, personally, there is no life beyond this life on earth because he is so wretched. And you have been asked to go to the jail and speak to him about Christ. I don't know about you, but I would be nervous in a situation like that. There would be some anxiety in my heart to speak to a person in a situation like this. What could I say? What might I say to him that could be of help? In our previous lessons, two lessons actually three lessons in this particular section were considering some scriptures to give to those who are not anxious to be saved, but need to be saved. In our first lesson, we looked at those who are anxious to come across. They really wanted to be saved. What are some scriptures that you might give to them? And last week, we thought about that person who is willing to listen to you. But who's not really interested in being saved? Spend some time hearing because he has a relationship with you, he's willing to listen to what you have to say, but he is not interested in Christ, and he's not really interested in Salvation. Well, with this lesson, at least one more to come after this, let's consider some people with special conditions. I think we could say that we don't run into someone who has been convicted of murder very often. That's something rare. And after the reading of our scripture and first Timothy, I hope that you have an idea where to begin to speak to this person. We'll give you some other ideas here in the next few minutes. And by the way, these there is no pattern for you to follow. This is not a template that says you have to do this in order to lead murderers to Christ. This is just some ideas and the lord may throw these aside in your mind and give you something else. It's entirely different, and that's all right. But I'm just trying to do is give you something to relieve that anxiety that you might have in being invited to go to the county jail and talk with this man who has been accused of murder. This man and others might tell you that he is too great a sinner to be saved. Believe it or not, this is more common than what you might imagine. But it is easy to answer. It might come from someone who has had an abortion. It might come from a drug addict who led two or three of his friends into addictions which have destroyed their lives. And they feel there's nothing for me. I have ruined. My life and their lives. Some sin of some particular person may be less offensive to you, but what is it to him? He thinks this is horrible. This is unforgivable. Before I get to a few scriptures, which you should have in that handout, let me give you a word of caution. In this particular case, not the fella in the jail. But in the case that you are Ian talking to your friend, you have an affection for this person. And you are tender hearted toward this person. You may be inclined to try to talk him out of his sinfulness. Do not do that. If he is under conviction for sin, the lord has brought that upon him, don't take that away. Don't close the door for the lord's dealing with this person. Never say, you are not a very great sinner. Because the truth is, he is a very great sinner. If he's under the conviction of the Holy Spirit, be happy about that. And let the lord work. No matter how terrible he may think he is, actually, he's much worse than that. He may think that he is utterly hopeless. He is. Yes. First Timothy one 15. This is a faithful saying, and worthy of everyone's acceptation that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners. Of whom I am chief. Ask your friend, what society things are the worst sins. Write this up last week. Murder will probably be close to the top of that list. Well, then tell him about Saul of tarsus. A murderer, someone who openly hated Jesus Christ. A persecutor of men and women. Some one going about arresting young women and sending them to jail or at least trial. He called himself the chief chiefest of sinners. And yet, God was a gracious to him. Completely forgave him. Ask your friend, why did Christ come into the world? If you are friends, things that his sins exceeded solve remind him that in God's word, Saul said he was the very worst of sinners and Christ came into the world to save sinners. God forgave that man. God gave him and cleansed his soul. Tell your friend that essentially there is no sin, which Christ can not forgive.

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"tarsus" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

02:21 min | 3 weeks ago

"tarsus" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"As a matter of fact, there is nothing more powerful than somebody that has learned to look at what they're going through through the lens of what they are called to. If you want to see somebody that's unstoppable, look at somebody that knows who they are and they know the mission and the call that is on their life, nothing can stop that person. Every obstacle will turn into an opportunity because they know as a greater story. There's a greater call than what I see, right now. Matter of fact, the apostle Paul could write a master's class on what it's like to look at your circumstance through the lens of your divine purpose. Oh, I'm telling you, the apostle Paul could do a ten hour TED Talk on tenacity. Who else but the apostle Paul? Who else but for one who said, I glory in my sufferings. The one that said, oh, that I may know him in the fellowship, not of his success, but in the fellowship of Christ's suffering. And his resurrection, who else but the apostle that tenacious tent maker from tarsus, that gospel globe trotter who was full of power and authority, Paul was unstoppable. He was off the chain every city he went into. He would turn the city upside down because he knew there was a greater call. There was a great omission on his life. They could not stop the apostle Paul everywhere he went. He was effective administrator. They said, Paul, we gonna kill you. He said, that's cool to die as gay. They said, okay, then palm, we gonna let you live. He said that's cool too, to live his Christ. They said, all right, then Paul, we're gonna make you suffer. He said, that's cool, too. 'cause I already know that the present sufferings of this world are not worried to be prepared to the glory of God that's gonna be revealed down on the inside of me. He was absolutely off the chain. And no wonder my dad said, if the apostle Paul. Could be shipwrecked and beaten. Surely you can stay there for one night. We'll get to my Texas and ask chapter 16 if Paul is on his second missionary journey, but let us not forget how he stepped into his purpose at chapter 9, lets us know the conversion and the commissioning of the apostle Paul, the artist formerly known as song. I love Paul, because Paul was actually

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"tarsus" Discussed on Truth For Life Daily Program

Truth For Life Daily Program

05:01 min | 2 months ago

"tarsus" Discussed on Truth For Life Daily Program

"That is word is life giving. Now, essentially it. There are two ways that we can go at this point. The first is this way. To say, once again, the words and works of Jesus demand a response and neutrality is not an option. Confronted this morning by the works and the wonders and the words of the lord Jesus, he comes to people and he addresses us with such clarity and we can not remain neutral. Saul of tarsus, who was embedded in this kind of pharisaism, emerges from an experience of an encounter with the lord Jesus to be able to say, as we thought of the funeral service, this Thursday evening, to me, to live as Christ and to die is gain. This was the radical change that had been brought about in his life, after all that point to him to live was regulation to him to live with formalism to him to live with Judaism. It was pharisee asm it was all of these things. What was it brought about the change? Well, he met Christ, he heard his voice, he bowed before him, and his life was radically changed. And this, of course, you see, is the great impact of what Lucas saying. Therefore, some of us this morning need to think in those terms. The second route down which these verses take us. Is the root of asking the larger question concerning the observance of the Sabbath principle by each of us today. In other words, forces us to ask the question, is there any abiding significance to the fourth commandment? The pharisees clearly had added to the law of God, their own extensive list of accretions. And there were many of these. If you read all books, you can find, for example, a pharisee laid down that you could walk 5 steps on the Sabbath, but you had to have a rest before you took the 6th step. That was the kind of stuff. Women were not allowed to wear ribbons in their hair on the Sabbath because that would have been to carry a burden. You could not drag a stick on the ground on the Sabbath because that would be akin to plowing. You could not pluck out a gray hair on the Sabbath if you saw it in the mirror because that would be akin to reaping. And some of you have done a little reaping this morning and some of you wish you could.

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"tarsus" Discussed on Latest Sunday Audio

Latest Sunday Audio

04:59 min | 8 months ago

"tarsus" Discussed on Latest Sunday Audio

"Her out. She, because of her devotion to Jesus, had come early in the morning to the tomb. Why did she come? Well, she came to sit beside his dead body. She knew he was dead, but when she got there, there wasn't even a body to sip a site. And that's why we're saying that song, and that's why Justin read that passage. She thought he was the gardener until he spoke, and when he spoke, wow. Same thing happened on the road to emmaus. You can read it in the loop 24, to disappointed people going down the road. Saying to one another, it was a good dream while it lasted, but it's collapsed. It's over. It's done. And then Jesus draws near to them, and he speaks to them. And look records everything changed there. You can go all the way down the line, go to doubting Thomas. It's the same thing. How gracious of Jesus. If you don't know anything else about that little encounter, you can ponder this, that Jesus is patient with those who doubt his patient with those who doubt you say, well, I doubt most of that stuff. That's okay. You've got your archetypal doubts are right here in the passage. Can you Thomas? Downing Thomas, if I don't get a chance to this and this and this, Jesus says, fine, go ahead. We could go all the way down the line. We won't. We'd be here all morning, but you'd say, for example, Saul of tarsus. So, of course, this was convinced that Jesus was a fraud that the people who followed Jesus were a bunch of nuts. That's why he was going after them chase them imprisoned them, ground them down, get rid of this rebellious group. And then he saw the lord. Then what does he say? To me, to live, is Christ, and to die, is gay. Then they were glad. When they saw the lord. Have you seen the lord in this way? We just have figure of history to you? Even that?.

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"tarsus" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

02:25 min | 8 months ago

"tarsus" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"Because the lord was leading you to another place to get fired from because you're irresponsible. That's what it was. Oh, it was the lord that made you late. To work. 14 times. That was the lord. How much can I trust God to leave me? You know what I'm saying? Like, well, he step in and, you know, like Jonah, will he send a fish to spit me out in anova? Maybe? Well, he sent the wind, if I'm trying to go to tarsus and I'm supposed to be a maybe he did that in the scripture sometime. Will he completely redirect me? Is God like a GPS who will reroute me with the polite British accent? What does he sound like? Well, how does God leave me? Now remember, in the book of Ruth, we started with 8 main characters. And now, we're down to four. We started with a man named, he died ten years ago in Moab during the famine. At the very beginning of the relocation of the family. We started with his sons, Kylian, and Malan, they're dead too. All we're left with now is Ruth and Naomi and there is no record of whether or not they even like each other. There is no record. And I guarantee you both of them would have rather had malon back than to have to live with each other. Naomi son Ruth's husband, but now they're making do with what's left. And the tension of the text is that God is doing something that will result in a king named David and a king named Jesus. And they don't get to read that part. And you don't get to read that part. And that's why it's not easy for you to raise kids. And that's why other people who have sent their kids far, far away, and only have to see them three times a year can tell you how to raise your kids because they got to read the last sentence of the book where the kids left the house. But yours are still here. You don't get to read how it is. You don't get to know how it ends. You don't get to know us to see it. You don't get to know it's my best behind me. You don't get to know any of that. You have to live in the tension. This is so great. That's hard to do. And yet there is this note of grace..

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"tarsus" Discussed on Real Dictators

Real Dictators

06:57 min | 10 months ago

"tarsus" Discussed on Real Dictators

"Jewish people about the international Jewish conspiracy and everything else solved from the far right. The protocols of the elders of Zion, for example. But you have never, you have in economics, philosophy, politics, history, or anything else. You have no at all. And so we know a lot about the mind of Hitler. He could talk very brilliantly, in fact, ranging across the centuries down the epochs full of ideas for interesting insights. But also full of completely confected myths. So he speaks about Christianity. He says, Jesus Christ is a very great man, and the first anti semite, and that the religion of Christianity he founded whilst judaized by soul of tarsus, who turned it into a branch of Judaism, and then he says that Jesus was probably the son of a gallic Roman leader, who was based in Judea. And this is what he signed it like. Some of it was quite remarkably insightful and full of facts and figures and insights from history. But quite a lot of it was so loopy that you would want a stiff brandy to kind of get over it. This episode is brought to you by CVS. Try care beneficiaries. CVS Pharmacy has one word for you. Welcome. Yes, CVS Pharmacy now sets striker. Great news for the military veteran community. Welcome to over 10,000 CVS locations. Welcome to earning rewards, just for following scripts. Welcome to an array of digital tools. Join other veterans and their families, but transferring your prescriptions as CVS dot com slash striker. And welcome to CVS. Tricare is a registered trademark of the Department of Defense. Defense health agency are right reserved. Hitler's writings in some instances heavily plagiarized. A synthesized fused with his own ideas. His thoughts flow thick and fast in a stream of consciousness babble. Poor Hess is hard pressed to keep up. Rattling away at the keys into the early hours. Bitter is quite the dictator. Hitler is a devotee of Houston Stewart Chamberlain, a British born philosopher, now a naturalized German, and a son in law of Hitler's favorite composer, Wagner. Another card carrying antisemite, Chamberlain supports the world ice theory, a cosmological proposition in which the planets of the solar system are but giant circling blocks of ice. Nothing is ruled out in Hitler's new world order, which will be constructed from the earth to the stars. The main thrust of mein kampf is unsurprising. There is the rage against the Treaty of Versailles and avowed retribution for its injustices. There is belief in a manifest destiny in Germany's inherent superiority as a culture. Almighty God Hitler writes bless our arms when the hour comes. As an extension, there's a vaunting of fetishization of the Aryan race, and a purity of the teutonic peoples. There is no room in Hitler's universe for their enemies. The Slavs, and especially the Jews. Whom Hitler labels parasites. The masters of lies, cold blooded and shameless. To his mind, they must be eradicated like tuberculosis. The Germanic people, a single organic entity, are being smothered by these subhumans, he claims. The German bloodstream infected as if by a gangrenous ulcer. Only here in Maine camp Hitler sets out for the first time how he's going to deal with these issues. To restore German greatness and smite those who might stand in his way. And these directives must come from the top. Democracy is a monstrosity born of filth and fire. He proclaims. Something rather at odds with his newly professed legitimacy. If anyone later were under any misapprehension about Hitler, then they did not delve into mein kampf. It's virtually a manifesto, a blueprint. Divesting Jews of their rights liberating the Germans living on the foreign rule. Uniting them as one folk, one folk. Then expanding that folk eastwards. Into a God given living space. He deploys a phrase of House office here, lebensraum. This new Reich will spring from the tears of war. There will come inevitable conflict with the Soviet Union, as well as revenge in the west against the implacable enemy. France. Hitler is conciliatory towards Great Britain and its empire. Hoping for peaceful coexistence. But he's not so coy about the next steps, ripping up Versailles, reversing disarmament, rebuilding Germany's military forces. There are peculiar meditations thrown in for good measure on puberty, copulation, syphilis, perversion, more syphilis, decadent art, bad fashion, syphilis again. But it's all there, in black and white. A hygienic universe of rulers and ruled. A masters and slaves. As passages are read out daily to his eager entourage, there are rounds of spontaneous applause and nods of approval of these evident pearls of wisdom. There are even musings on the cultivation of flowers. In his dying days, his old pal Dietrich eckart had voiced concerns about Hitler's mounting delusions of grandeur, his messiah complex. Lord knows what he'd have thought now. Max Amman, meanwhile, winces he's been cutting deals in the publishing business based on a rip roaring rags to riches tale. Triumph over tragedy. One man's attempt to seize power in Munich of the trial. But this warnings of Aryan damsels being molested by satanically glaring Jewish youths, even in 1920s, Germany, this is still pretty niche material, and the pros. Hardly purple. Hitler writes exclusively a nouns. It takes three and a half months for Hitler to finish mein kampf,.

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"tarsus" Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

05:26 min | 11 months ago

"tarsus" Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

"The next CES? And so I think we just looked at all the shows they were doing. We looked at how their foot footprint internationally and what we want to do long term and we just, it made sense. And so I think from a scalability perspective, I would say if you're an entrepreneur and you have gotten into a certain place and you don't know, and especially for us, we were in the middle of a pandemic. I wanted to de risk this business. And I feel like we really did by finding the right partner that can help us amplify the growth. But look for partners that you can work with in an acquisition realm that can help you scale your mission. So being acquired by this group, tarsus group, what does that actually mean? Can you help us follow the money trail here? Typically when a founder has their company acquired, do they just get a lump sum payment and boom, they're no longer in the business, or do you stay on or how does the money work? Yeah, so for us, we're in this for the long haul. I'm chairman of the business and we have a great executive team that is running the business and doing incredible job. We're all incentivized to grow the business is basically how the money trail works. And how does an earnout work? What is an earnout? And earnout is over a certain amount of time a certain time period. So anywhere from two to 5 years. And it can even be as short as one year. You have certain KPIs that you have to build, you have to drive the business towards so that there's KPIs. Performance indicators. We're right. So example would be you have to get to a certain amount of revenue sales or revenue. Keep it all. Ding ding ding, EBITDA. Keep it up. Earnings for interest taxes, depreciation, amortization, or whatever version of that. So earnings before a bunch of other shit is taken out. This is a big deal. Mazel tov. I love being on money rehab. We love having you. And so you consider yourself a Hindu. Yes. I mean, we've seen pile from class pass, so her company, we've seen a lot more minority women, sell their businesses, yay. What more can be done to increase those numbers? I think that making sure that these stories get out to the broader public is really important because it is, I think that we used to think M and a was a man's game, right? And mergers and acquisition. Sorry. M and a mergers and acquisition as a man's game. And I think that it's not. I mean, I think you can there's so much opportunity for depending on what you want to do with your company. There's an opportunity to sell it to build it, but just getting these stories that's really important. Or today's tip you can take straight to the bank. One of the ways Meghan has been helpful to new brands is by encouraging them to get their products in front of big retailers. Take her advice. If you're making a product, be it chocolate. Candles, paintings. Whatever your jam, maybe it's literal jam. Whatever it is, get your product in front of a big retailer. Do a little online stocking and find the press contact for some of these mega companies and ask for the best mailing address to send some product. Why tell someone how great your product is over email when they could see it or taste it themselves. The proof is in the pudding. Or jam. Money money rehab is a production of iHeartRadio. I'm your host, Nicole lapin, our producers are Morgan loy and Mike costar elli. Executive producers are Niki tour and will pierce it. Our mascots are penny and mimsy. Huge thanks to OG money rehab team Michelle lands for her development work, Catherine law for her production and writing magic and Brandon dicker for his editing engineering and sound design. And as always, thanks to you. For finally investing in yourself so that you can get it together and get it all. You come into bed Hun? Yep, honey, I'll be right there. I just gotta turn out the light. Ow. Some things never change. Like your kids always leaving tiny toys on the floor for you to step on. And Geico saving folks lots of money on their car insurance. Sweetie, I think I left the downstairs light on. Please don't make me go. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more. Look for your children's eyes, and you will discover the true magic of a forest. Find a forest near you and start exploring at discover the forest dot org brought to you by the United States forest service and the ad council. Mama, what does the chicken say? Giraffe. Giraffe, really? You're a Gerard. You're not gonna get it all right. Just make sure you nail the big stuff like making sure your kids are buckled correctly in the right seat for their age and size. Get it right. Visit NHTSA dot gov. Slice the right seat. Brought you by the national highway traffic safety administration in the ad council..

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"tarsus" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"tarsus" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"Don't notice out over that closed door least twenty-five what's interesting about this text me is that we could argue the most important figure in the new testament other than who roughly over a third of the new testament is devoted to either his letters or his life. Paul formerly saul of tarsus. The one who got knocked off of his horse on his way to kill christians and god closed his eyes and blinded him sent him to nis in x. Chapter nine to receive this site and he spent the rest of his life taking the gospel to the world. He started at least fourteen churches and he started out as a christian killer. God used him to multiply in the earth. The thing that he tried to appro- in one season only god could do that. Only god could take somebody trained undergo mailing and getting the let go of all the traditions of men and call it rubbish. He said the things that i once counted as gain. I count as loss. Got us completely reversed my understanding of my value system of what's important and what was once game to me. I now count as loss and what was once loss. I now count as the ultimate game. And all i wanna do is no christ and all i wanna do is make him known as i come to know him better now. I know what's important. And of all the churches he establishes and he started at least fourteen at least.

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"tarsus" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

Greg Laurie Podcast

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"tarsus" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

"Or praying and singing hymns to god and the other prisoners were listening. You get that. They've been beaten. They've been whipped. They've had their legs fastened in stocks. Read apart to cause excruciating pain putting the most unsanitary horrific environment imaginable and at midnight. Paul and silas started singing praises to god and the other prisoners. Were listening to. By the way this phrase others were listening could be translated. The listened with pleasure ever hear a song on the radio. And you listened with pleasure. This is my favorite song. He turn it up or worship song. I loved that. I loved that. I wanna hear that again. There were listening with pleasure. I don't know paul. Tyler's like a little part harmony. You know. probably not just that. They were singing songs that got at midnight and a mighty earthquake comes shakes the foundations of the prison the ones come crashing down. All the prisoners are free. The roman soldiers see what's happening. He pulls out his sword is short. Sword used for close up personal contact and battle and he's ready to pierce it into his body because the penalty for losing a prisoner was death. He thought it might as well. Just kill myself right. Now he's ready to thrust this sort into himself. A pulse thompson says stop. Don't kill yourself. we're still here. How easily said go and kill yourself you dog. After the way you treated us pulled it and say that. Because paul used to be saul and solid tarsus was one of the was violent men who ever lived. He hunted christians for sport. He enjoyed torturing them in executing them so he knew what cruelty was all about and he thought god could reach a cruel guy like me he can reach a crew guy like that. Don't kill yourself. He said we're still here. And i love what happens next in this story acts sixteen thirty so this hardened jailer could not believe his ears or is is he was so moved by this and the powerful testimony. Apollen silas rejoicing before this. He was ready to believe they're right on the spot and he said what must i do to be say. Guess what just happened. They earned the right to preach the gospel by the way that they lived. And that's what we need to do. We need to earn the right to get the audience. We need to earn the right to start the conversation. But here's the key once you've earned the right. Make sure you have that conversation because sometimes we just dropped the ball here we live the life or godly people were fantastic representative of jesus and someone. That's so what what's what is it about you..

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"tarsus" Discussed on Other People's Shoes

Other People's Shoes

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"tarsus" Discussed on Other People's Shoes

"I don't even want to get up from this couch until i receive a word from you some days. I did some days. You know i would just have to trust. I got something. But some days i would be like. Oh wow look at this. And what i saw in the scriptures is that from genesis to revelation. If they lived in our present day society they would have criminal history records they would be labeled as convicts and felons and have these records on under name. In as many of these people are in the chapter eleven of hebrews hall of faith chapter in his. Like wow look at this. There's hope for my son so that started feeling me with hope that my son even after prison you know he gets out early on parole or if he has to serve the whole time. I don't know that's up to god. But when he gets out that he will have a life on the outside when he's released because the lord promises to give us a hope in future in jeremiah. Twenty nine eleven. He promises that god used moses moses. You look at his life. He was set apart. He was spared he was saved to be king of been deleted. The people out hit the hebrew people out of egypt later but what happened in the process. He saw his people being mistreated while he was living as a prince in egypt and he took matters into his own hands. One translation of the bible says he looked to the left. Any look to the right. And he murdered the egyptian then he was afraid of pharaoh so he fled so he's a murderer and fugitive. If be we're gonna put it in modern day language. And so he lived in the desert for forty years till guide called back to go back to the same place where he fled from to deliver the people. Out of bondage. And so that's the hope. I have for my son that he will be his mightily by god to pull people out of bondage and that gave me great help in i could go on. There's king david there's king manasseh there's even saul tarsus. I mean the list could go on. You can see it on the zoom..

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"tarsus" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"tarsus" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"tarsus" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert

Ask The Health Expert

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"tarsus" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert

"Show you are gonna love everyday wellness with my friend. Cynthia thurlowe imagine learning how to make simple changes to your everyday life that will result in big changes in your overall wellness and long term. Health cynthia's mom of all boys just like me. A wife nurse practitioner and an intermittent fasting nutrition expert and she said the honor of interviewing some of the biggest names in the health and wellness. Space including dr jason. Fung dave asprey. Wim hof dr. Kate shanahan and me and i was recently on our podcast. And guess what we talked about. Why your body's not a bank account. It's a chemistry lab. yip surprising. Check out this clip body is not a bank account. It's a chemistry lab and all of these things food is information. Exercises information stresses information. All of these things are information that ultimately will make the difference between your body burning fat or storing it. Now if you're looking for expert information on women's health intermittent fasting and science backed practical information to improve your overall wellbeing. This is the podcast for you. Check it out at follow. Cynthia dot com that's f. o. L. l. o. w. c. y. n. T. h. dot com. Okay so food and tar. So i wrote the virgin diet. Which is how food intolerance can be. You know the real cause of weight gain also a whole lot of other things and it all happened because i was teaching how to use a food sensitivity test to doctors for them to be able to use in their office and what we found was when they used us in their office. People would walk in and they'd be complaining about these things. Joint pain headaches. Moutainous brain faulk gas and bloating. Skin problems they'd have autoimmune diseases cravings. The couldn't lose weight. Those were the most classic things that i saw and these doctors were saying. So what we do is we would do a food sensitivity test and then the results took about three weeks to come back and the results would come back and i would work through this with the doctor teaching them how to get the the clients patients off these these foods and within a week it was crazy. When you pull these foods out they would come back and the interesting side effect was weight loss but the big thing was. Oh my gosh. My skin cleared up my joint pains. Gone i you know. My headaches are gone. My fatigue is oh is gone. All those things i just talked about effect mentioned teeing like food and so i would people. Now come for the weight loss in virgin diaper. They stay because they finally found foods that they can love to eat because foods loved them back right so what is food and hearts and it was interesting. There was this result would take three weeks. Come back but i started to notice having looked at hundreds of tests than talk to doctors so that i could literally get the input from thousands of tests at the same foods always showed up. Gluten was a different thing that we would look at so that was on its own but it can create leaky gut or food and tarsus. Tarsus happened because it's uncalled leaky gut. That's where you got gets more premium than should be food. That's not you know. Food gets out into circulation where it shouldn't be at your body launches an immune attack builds up immune complexes because it's something. You're eating a little bit every day and starts cradle the symptoms. Pull the foods out. Get rid of the immune. Complexes lower the antibodies and vala. You feel better. And the average person's i put them through the virgin diet lost seven pounds and seven days which was crazy and kept it off even better. So that's gluten. Was one of the big causes the leaky also big causes of inflammation but the big things that would show up in this specific type of test were daring for top and then corn soy peanuts so i knew that gluten dairy eggs corn soy peanuts were problems and so i started to saying you know what in the three weeks. I'm waiting for the test. I'll just put him on this diet virgin diet and when they come back tweak it but i didn't need to because they came back my discover that you you're your own best comes through loud like you could go back in there and you're the detective and you can ask you on three weeks you've been yourself chance to reset and activate when i'm calling your intuitive gps. Ben you've calmed down your body can hear you know. They talk about intuitive eating. But you've got to be on the right messages. Otherwise you're gonna fall prey to all of the addictive foods out there created by food manufacturers and that's not a do a meeting that's addiction right so we've done this now. You can check in and see. Well i made one sekine out. I go round which i fixed before the virgin dykes. They didn't plot sugar an artificial sweeteners and boy. If you don't pull him out guess what people eat more of that. So i also realized that fructose make sure leakier so it's contributing to leaky gut. In of course artificial sweeteners and sugar can really mess up your gut microbiome. So all of these things mattered. So here's the deal any those symptoms and more can show that you've got leaky. Got their tests for this. But truthfully the best test of all the best starting place is to pull those foods out. Give yourself time to detox. And she'll that gut reset and then go back and check in 'cause 'cause a food sensitivity test is going to show you how reactive the more reactive the leakier got a league gut can happen at any point. Things like gluten and sugar and fructose artificial sweeteners. Gmo's stress stresses trust and stress. Pain medications whole think contribute. Aliki got you really wanna make sure that you are checking in. You know which foods were few shoots down and that you're doing things regularly to keep your gutten shock. Both by managing stress by doing healing foods and foods at help rebuild the gut microbiome things like resistant starch and great fibers and fermented foods and that you're avoiding the most common food intolerances all right hope that help. Now you've got questions. I've got into sleep my instagram. And if you haven't subscribed to the show go to subscribe to. Jj dot com. Thanks for being with me by. This is jj with. Ask the health expert. I do this five times a week. So make sure you never miss a show by going to subscribe to. Jj dot com..

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"tarsus" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"tarsus" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"And in a way was right because I come and go as I Would choose and but he knew I was working because he would steal all my money when I came home, and he tried to put it a bank account, so at least half of it he'd take and save it for me, which ended up paying off for me in my life. And so when I'm dead asleep, I'd be you know, storing away he'd go in my pocket. He take whatever cash I had. Leave me leave me a decent amount. And then put the rest of it in the bank for me, and I did appreciate it later in life, Not at the time, but in the sense that I worked, I just love working for me. Work was everything. Having money in my pocket. I loved it. You know, you can talk to any of my friends That knew me when I was in grade school and high school, I pull out these massive wads of cash and they like looking at what? What? What is that? How do you get all of that money? And then I bargain with him. My best buddy Goma's his dad made the best homemade chicken that he cook on the grill. And John he would get it once a week. He was sick of it, and I'm for me was like, you know, a gourmet steak and lobster dinner at the time. And all John wanna was the crappy pizza they sold in the cafeteria. So I say here, give me the chicken. Go buy your crappy pizza and Yodels and we got a deal. We used to do that all the time. So find something you love get involved. Have fun, I would say, Read the purpose driven life by Pastor Rick Warren and the latest edition is really cool. Could you take your phone? You put your camera on this little square do hinky and all of a sudden up comes Ah, a lecture from Rick Warren. Pastor Rick Warren, who I like a lot. He's a great guy, and then you get to listen to it. And it enhances its 40 days to change your life. Now you're gonna live whatever many days in your life take 40 days toe. See what your purpose in life is. And it helps you think about these things. The other book I'd recommend Is the road less traveled. And the first part the first sentence of that book is life is difficult. Everyone has to accept. Life is hard. I don't care where you come from. I don't care what your financial status. It's hard in the last book, If you I'm for me, I'm not a proselytizer. But it does. Give me great comfort. Not as the Bible. You know, I got a good lessons to learn in the Bible. I never read the Old Testament. I've been reading the Old Testament and learning about King David and learning about Solomon and Moses and all these incredible people. And you know, the amazing part is is, you know they all failed God in some way. Peter denied Jesus three times. Saul of Tarsus persecuted Christians. Moses never made it to the promised land. The reason. Why is fascinating, David, you know with 500 concubines couldn't withstand the temptation of Bathsheba. Which led to adultery and the murder of Bashi vous husband. Um all of these just life lessons that have helped me and that's what I would recommend for you and then the political side of it. You read Mark Levin's books and you'll get there. That's all good. Anyway. Quick break. 809 41, Sean, I hope that help you, Dorian! Um All right. All right, my friend. God bless you. It's hard being a kid 20 in the conservative. Forget it. I quick break. We'll come back more calls on the other side. 809 41 Shawn. Yeah, The final hour of the Sean Hannity Show is up. Next hang on for Shawn's conservative solutions. Sean Hannity hearing. If you're like me, you've invested a lot of money in your home. If you want to protect all of those investments.

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"tarsus" Discussed on Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"tarsus" Discussed on Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

"Howie organiz and our leadership structures the ono. What's going to happen what's going to happen but you know it was just about a week or so into the pandemic that we organized we began to or in some different groups across the country to put on nationwide worship services and all of a sudden pastors learn from other pastors and things were happening and zoom was happening and live streaming was happening. All around and people were trying different and creative things with caregiving stuff. And i thought in women worried. I'm not so worried. And then you know within within our denomination mennonite church. Canada heard about the need mennonite world conference of serious like serious need because of covid and an our joint counselor. Nationwide council that runs mennonite church. Canada pledged fifty thousand dollars to help with the global need and our congregations across canada match that in a time of pandemic in a time of incredible uncertainty people came together and just started writing checks and we said one hundred thousand dollars and i thought wow that's that is that his faith inspired giving because we don't know what the other end of this is gonna look like yet in terms of long-term job situations retirement incomes things like that but people just got checkups and wrote checks and i think they did that in face. So then how do you see. The holy spirit contained to move through and even empowering us to grow more you know in in this whole thing again i go back to a biblical example when the persecution happened with the early jerusalem people worse. They spread out right. They were thrown into a whole bunch of different situations and word got back to jerusalem. That things were happening in antioch and so the early church the jerusalem church sent barnabus to go see what was going on and and says you know barnabus was full of the holy spirit and full of faith and when he got there he looked around. He thought you know. This is actually pretty exciting. What's going on here. And and then he went up to tarsus to find. Paul who with the got him out of dodge because he went a little off the rails. When i was converted he he had they had to get him out. He was a bit much and so they went up to. They want the tarsus to find him. And he didn't bring him to jerusalem he brought him to antioch and then they were they. They came to antioch and they were all together there for a year and his acts chapter eleven says and it was after that year that the people who were in that group began to be known as christians and i think the time we're in now we're kind of leaving the jerusalem church and it's not through persecution or anything like that it's just as pandemic has thrown us as kind of scattered are normal structures and we're heading for antioch and combined with the pandemic is also i would say our shift from modernity the post modernity inland maternity we. We focused a lot on apologetic of a lot on our annual general meetings..

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"tarsus" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"tarsus" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"If you should sit down and begin reading the New Testament from the start, he will begin with the book of Matthew. We're one of the close disciples of Jesus. One of the first, many called writes the book of the Generation of Jesus Christ, the son of David, the son of Abraham and then Matthew. For reasons that may seem a little obscure to us decides to lay out the genealogy. Of Jesus Christ in the flesh. And then when he comes down to verse, 18, he says, Now the birth of Jesus Christ was on this wise. His mother, Mary was a spouse to Joseph. Before they came together. She was found with child of the Holy Spirit. And Joseph, her husband. Being a just man not willing to make her a public example was minded to put her away privately. While he's thought of these things. Hold The angel of the Lord appeared to him in a dream, saying Joseph, son of David Don't be afraid to take your wife married to you for that, which is conceived in her is of the holy Spirit, and she shall bring forth a son. I should call his name Jesus. For he shall save his people from their sins. Now all this was done. Matthew tells us that it might be fulfilled, which was spoken of the Lord by the Prophet saying. Behold. Virgin shall be with child and shall bring forth a son and they shall call his name Emmanuel, which being interpreted is God with us. Then Joseph, being raised from sleep, did what the Angel of the Lord had told him and took his wife to him and knew her not sexually until she had brought forth her firstborn son and called his name. Jesus. Really? It's a It's a very simple, very straightforward story. And we have Matthew's testimony to it. No, we have to do is decide. Do we believe it? And you know the funny thing about this is as you read all the way through Matthew. You have to face up to the fact that either Jesus said these things and did these things or Matthew made him up. Then you have to ask the question. Is a man who is a fraud. And a liar. Going to be able to create the kind of ethical teachings It actually turned the world upside down in the first century. I don't think so. You get to decide for yourself. Mark begins his gospel in different way. He completely ignores the early years of Jesus and starts right off of John the Baptist and Jesus is an adult as though Jesus came on the scene is an adult. Fortunately from Luke, and from Matthew, we know the earliest years of Jesus and the basic story. Now, these are the things these four men thought it was important to tell us about the beginnings of the men, Ministry of Jesus, but They went on from there and followed through the ministry and the works of Jesus often re county exactly the same thing, sometimes from a different point of view, sometimes from a theological perspective. Sometimes to make a point that maybe the other writers have overlooked and we have four genuine documents, testimony of the ministry the works the death the burial. The resurrection. Jesus Christ. Which we've got to decide. Do we believe the testimony? Don't wait. But you know, you may be surprised to know that even earlier than these documents, there was a simple pair of letters written Go back even further at least 10 years, perhaps more than that, before the first gospel account was written. A simple pair of letters written within a few weeks of each other from a man named Saul of Tarsus. Christians in a town called vessel Nika. Luke tells us his story about all this in the book of acts. But Paul's personal letters Are remarkable testimony to what he knew about this and what he experienced and what Paul himself felt and went through. As I told you earlier. Ah lot of historians tell us that letters are the best form of history because they give us insights into real people. Real attitudes and real problems and the real solutions that they look for. We could derive easily and reading through these two letters to the thessalonians. The fact that from from the time Paul had been there, they had really suffered. Persecution and descended on this church in a big way, Such a big way, in fact, that apparently a number of people up there had died. Had gone to the wall for the face. They were dead. They were gone and the people were beginning to really worry. They were fretting. They were beginning to doubt the faith. That's not the sort of thing you ordinated would get written in when people are trying to make themselves look good. Holes, not interested making anybody look good. What Paul is trying to do is to help these poor people to hold onto their faith. He wrote to them and said, We give thanks to God always for you all making mention of you in our prayers, remembering without ceasing your work of faith. Your labor of love your patients of hope in our Lord Jesus Christ and in the sight of God, our father Knowing brethren beloved your election of God. For our gospel didn't come to you and word on Lee. It came in power. And in the holy spirit, and in a much assurance because you know what kind of men we were among you for your sake. Why did Paul say that? Well, because one of the first people you start doubting when things go bad is the guy that gave you the message in the first place. And so, Paul. It has a strange ring to it. But down through all these generations, real human feelings are coming forward. Paul says. You know, you became followers of us and that the Lord having received the word and much affliction with the joy of the Holy Spirit. I'm going to leave it to you to read the remainder of these two letters. Because they're interesting in that Paul even creates a problem in the first letter that he has to solve in the second letter Is this sort of thing arising out of the New Testament books and letters that underlines the reality of New Testament origins. These were real people who have experienced the real Jesus. And whose lives have been transformed forever. By.

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"tarsus" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

Mocha Minutes

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"tarsus" Discussed on Mocha Minutes

"Bc left their villages and carried their the say of the lord far beyond the boundaries of their hometowns and just as the apostle paul left his village of tarsus and carry the gospel of jesus christ to the far corners of the greco roman world. So am i compelled to carry the gospel of freedom beyond my own hometown like paul. I must constantly respond to the macedonian call for aid. Moreover i am cognizant of the interrelatedness of all communities in states i cannot sit idly by in atlanta and not be concerned about what happens in birmingham. Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an in an escape network of mutuality tied in a single garment of any whatever affects one directly affects all indirectly. Never again can. We afford to live with a narrow provincial agitator idea. Anyone who lives inside. The united states can never be considered an outsider anywhere within its bounds. You deplore the demonstrations taking place in birmingham but your statement. I'm sorry to say fails to express a similar concern for the conditions. That brought about the demonstrations. I am sure that none of you would want to rest. Content with the superficial kind of social analysis that deals merely with effects and does not grapple with underlying causes. It is unfortunate. The demonstrations are taking place in birmingham but is even more unfortunate that the city's white power structure left the negro community with no alternative in any nonviolent campaign. there are four basic steps collection of the facts to determine whether injustices exist negotiation so purification and direct action. We have gone through. All these steps and birmingham there can be no gainsaying. The fact that racial injustice engulfs this community birmingham is probably the most thoroughly segregated city in the united states. It's ugly record of brutality is widely known negroes have experienced grossly unjust treatment in the courts. There have been more unsolved bombings of negro homes and churches and birmingham than any other city in the nation. These are the hard brutal facts of the case on the basis of these conditions. Negro leaders sought to negotiate with the city fathers but the latter consistently refused to engage in good faith negotiations then. Last september came the opportunity to talk with leaders of birmingham's economic community. In the course of the negotiations certain promises were made by the merchants for example to remove the stores humiliating racial signs on of the basis of these promises. The reverend fred shuttles worth and the leaders of the alabama christian movement for human rights agreed to a moratorium on all demonstrations as the weeks and months went by..

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Building an Amazon Private Label-Based Business

Amazing FBA

06:45 min | 3 years ago

Building an Amazon Private Label-Based Business

"Are in the middle of a ten part mini series as of episodes regarding the overall scaffolding the overall process you go through to build amazon private label based business which is not the same as the end result what it looked like but it's the price of how to get there in a way that is both realistic and also affordable minimizes. She's unnecessary. Unnecessary risks without adding unnecessary going around the houses right <hes> very instinct speaking earlier today about all of this and there's so much out there that kind of trains teaches people to jump from ages eight in one go which is we are all about the process of learning things at a micro level with retail charles something and learning from doing right and then you get that learn to review circle of life going which we'd so passionate about we know me how is the ending of the cost of these traditionally out so you can only do that if you do stuff right if you learn researchers have reach is and then do one big massive the of spying of thousands of dollars worth producing one go then you'll you'll risking a lot and not learning very much so we preferred again stages and the the inbetween arbitrage by you spend fifteen hundred bucks on something and the big picture of the big full private label onshore custom product launch is that sort of test order in the middle which is awkward and fiddly and difficult to get but can be done and we kind of specialize in finding ways of doing that and generally we find ways to test a product product launch in some form between about one thousand and fifteen hundred dollars for that rather than several thousand so that's more or less approach and that's just to recap on the steps today's step six we took him outsourcing and getting income sation with supplies and getting the physical products made for you just to quickly recap step one ba catholic multiple things things on just because somebody in two thousand fourteen manage to make one hundred thousand dollars a month with one product doesn't mean that you'll do the same two thousand nineteen or that's a good business model. I think you need to synthesize multiple businesses and what works and what doesn't work across the board into a business model. That's my philosophy anyway. You welcome to listen to that and decide for yourself for you or not not an but that's what we have to offer. I've never made millions on amazon but i have done selling myself kohl's quote substantial turnover of the as but olso synthesize things from focus from being a member of very exclusive private masterminds in london england and loss of british on some american some european sellers and then of course the masterminds that i run myself so between those things. That's what we're basing things on. The second step that we talked about already is from the guide by the way. I should tell you whether the guy they'll tell you in the second. The second step is arbitrage and learning from doing that not as a business model because i'm not a fan of that. It's not very scalable. It's certainly hard to scale is not very defensible harder to do you concrete a sellable asset in most cases. It's extra ryan so it's not retail tarsus a business model. It's a quick way to learn. A lot of skills and most people don't have the humility or the order. They're not taught to do it but if you actually just do you if you wanna make a million a year in three years time or something and a couple of almost my members have gone from scratch two million dollars a year revenue says entirely possible but why not just sell a ten pound widget or a ten dollar widget. There's nothing stopping you doing now and you'll learn a lot more doing that and it's very low risk so step. Three is the n._f._l. Purchase unleash source launch. That's the basic prices. Everybody teaches so nothing different here but that step four is about scaling up through different different levels of risk in different levels of skill which we've already talked about briefly step five to one before this is niche <hes> the how do you find winnable bull markets on amazon product research as it's also known market research so if you want to get the bill guide is broken down as developed by in conjunction without designer joanna wonderful outsource that we use in poland of all places to really smart people in eastern europe which is an amazing place to salsa certain things anyway guys be professionally professionally designed and i wrote it and then rewrote it with my coach so we put a lot of time and energy into make absorbable oh but powerful full you just amazing f._d._a. Dot com for such bills. That's amazing f for freddie beef thirty eight thousand four dot com for slash build b. a u. I l d so. That's why you're gonna get the p._d._f. So to cover this topic then <hes> the six steps sourcing prophets and quality. Those are the two main things you're looking for of course those two. Things can be a lot of tension with each other right so you're you if your product isn't good enough quality then you is not going to sell it well it looks horrible and photos all in some ways worse you'll manage to make sales but then you get terrible reviews from people because they'll be disappointed in the product quality in some form and qualities and instincts will discuss what does quality mean the other thing of course is that you've got to make a profit and of course people would generally pay more money for something they perceive as quality but as discussing with somebody who phoned in today normally arts the phone just just become sometimes called me this number on the website and if you get hold of me if i'm free allowance rate from one of my team will start to answer these days. We're discussing exactly that problem because the other thing if you've got great quality products you pay more money for it. That's fine but then the question is. Can you get that price in the marketplace and still sell at a reasonable selling volume and sell out of profit right right so this is always the tension you can never fully magic that promo away but you can work with in an intelligent way so the first critical predator sourcing is define what you're looking for. I pay <hes> speaking with ash manga recently of amex sourcing his ashes ashes originally <hes> she missed full name is from india originally but studied in business in the u._k. For years before then heading off to china <hes> while he'd never the being before because he he knew that that's why he done momma selling that's why the sourcing was happening and that was where the game was being played to head off from scratch to set up a sourcing agency which is very money for i believe nine years now so amazing the entrepreneurial guy very meticulous about product quality quality written all over everything he does and he said to interviewed him recently in the tank electric cost which you can check out by if you're in a cost just put intend k. and collective c._o. L. e. c. t. i v. e. Or you can engaged the the block for that ten k collective dot

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Anthem Update 1.1.0 Finally Lets You Change Gear Mid-Mission

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:49 min | 3 years ago

Anthem Update 1.1.0 Finally Lets You Change Gear Mid-Mission

"You're one of the people who pooh-poohed anthem at the beginning happen here. These the sunken sunken sell stronghold is now available to all players who have completed the main story critical path. They added the ability to select contracts from the start of ex- ex- expedition screen rather than going to the individual contracts board in fort Tarsus or in the launch bay. Here's impressive. If you played it in. We're mad at that. Here's where it gets crazy added the ability to launch a new mission from the end of expedition scream without having to return to fort Tarsus or the launch bay added. The ability to access the forged during missions strongholds and free play. You can now change your gear without having returned to fort Tarsus or the launch huge. I it sounds minor. If you haven't played anthem. Yeah. But those loading screens oh my God. And that's I think that's the biggest thing to say away from this. If you're not an. Anthony on get it like or not anthem player. I should say are didn't play at them at launch. You don't get it. But you probably heard people bitching about it. And this is like one of their main complaints was that why do I have to go back to four Tarsus to get in to get back into the game? Again. Why can't I just keep playing the missions back to back? It was compounded by the fact that it launched most of the crashes happened at looting screens and you had to see loading screens every couple minutes. I mean, it was ridiculous. It was just especially some of those missions were so short, the I'm just go out into the world. Go talk to someone Michigan Pleat loading screen. Go to go to the fort loading screen on this new item or whatever new gun on my. Get back. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. We'll change gear in the world that that's huge. That's and it's such a goofy oversight. Their heads down probably working on it in didn't think that would be a problem or just didn't do by the time. They realize it was going to be problem. The convicts it in time for launch gives again think about it. Now. Like this went out quite a while. This is finally getting patched like usually they had to go in a mess with a whole bunch

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