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9 Minutes and 29 Seconds: The Derek Chauvin Trial

Court Junkie

02:13 min | just now

9 Minutes and 29 Seconds: The Derek Chauvin Trial

"Thirty pm on may twenty fifth two thousand twani at the intersection of east thirty eighth street and chicago avenue in minneapolis. Minnesota was the aftermath of something. Horrific that had just occurred there. Donald williams was calling nine one one of the emergency designing killing In front of chicago He is pretty noisy. Guy wasn't the rest. Yeah neck the whole time. I'll do ninety man win. Went by breathing was arrested. Nothing you've already made green light these stupid. If not responsible when the ambulance you're area cattle. Donald was talking fast. He would later say he called nine one one because he didn't know what else to do about what he had just witnessed. He told the dispatcher that he saw a police officer quote pretty much. Just kill this guy. Who wasn't resisting arrest. He had his knee and this dude's neck the whole time. He said officer nine eighty-seven referring to the officer's badge number he had seen. He said the man hadn't been resisting that he was already in handcuffs when the officer knelt on him pinning him down on the ground then. The man stopped breathing and was non responsive when the ambulance came he said. Would you like to speak with us sergeant. That would go. What a wasn't the rest for. Let me get you over to the best thing for thing. Don't be his own off. Duty firefighter day. Your washing it. As well jacob go the one person he told the dispatcher he had been standing there watching with a woman who was an off duty firefighter. That woman told the officer to check the man for a pulse. He said but the officer refused

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Brothers to take center stage in Jussie Smollett trial

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 hrs ago

Brothers to take center stage in Jussie Smollett trial

"The the trial trial of of actor actor jussie jussie Smollett Smollett gets gets underway underway in in Chicago Chicago today today one one the the defendant defendant is is remembered remembered for for his his work work on on and and being being fired fired from from empire empire the the two two brothers brothers that that prosecutors prosecutors say say jussie jussie Smollett Smollett hired hired to to help help him him stages stages on on hate hate crime crime are are expected expected to to take take center center stage stage the the siblings siblings who who work work with with small small light light on on the the TV TV show show are are expected expected to to testify testify that that small small that that paid paid them them thirty thirty five five hundred hundred dollars dollars to to pose pose as as his his attackers attackers on on a a frigid frigid night night in in January January twenty twenty nineteen nineteen so so that that is is charged charged with with a a felony felony for for lying lying to to police police about about the the attack attack in in which which he he claimed claimed that that he he was was set set upon upon because because he's he's black black and and openly openly gay gay the the crime crime carries carries a a sentence sentence of of up up to to three three years years in in prison prison but but legal legal experts experts say say even even if if convicted convicted small small that that will will probably probably end end up up getting getting probation probation and and or or perhaps perhaps community community service service I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 7 hrs ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP AP sports sports on on time time Merriam Merriam shuffling shuffling atop atop the the AFC AFC standings standings after after week week twelve twelve action action the the Baltimore Baltimore Ravens Ravens now now at at the the top top record record eight eight and and three three after after holding holding off off the the Cleveland Cleveland Browns Browns thirteen thirteen ten ten Sunday Sunday night night but but lurking lurking right right behind behind the the New New England England Patriots Patriots who who won won their their sixth sixth straight straight knocking knocking the the Tennessee Tennessee Titans Titans off off the the top top if if he he purchased purchased thirty thirty six six thirteen thirteen the the Packers Packers are are now now second second in in the the NFC NFC at at nine nine and and three three behind behind Donnel Donnel Arizona Arizona after after blowing blowing off off the the rams rams thirty thirty six six twenty twenty eight eight the the Buccaneers Buccaneers knowing knowing three three F. F. as as in in the the call call thirty thirty eight eight thirty thirty one one as as Leonard Leonard Fournette Fournette scored scored the the last last of of his his four four touchdowns touchdowns on on a a twenty twenty eight eight yard yard run run with with twenty twenty seconds seconds left left college college football football hours hours after after saying saying he he would would not not leave leave Oklahoma Oklahoma for for Ellis Ellis you you Lincoln Lincoln Riley Riley announced announced he he is is leaving leaving Oklahoma Oklahoma to to coach coach U. U. S. S. C. C. Riley Riley had had coached coached the the Sooners Sooners for for five five seasons seasons including including three three CFP CFP appearances appearances too too long long winning winning streaks streaks were were extended extended in in the the NBA NBA the the warriors warriors made made it it eight eight straight straight clipping clipping the the clippers clippers while while the the bucs bucs made made it it seven seven in in a a row row outpacing outpacing the the Pacers Pacers I'm I'm Tom Tom merry merry M. M. A. A. P. P. sports sports

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Hartman scores in 3rd straight; Wild beat Lightning 4-2

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 9 hrs ago

Hartman scores in 3rd straight; Wild beat Lightning 4-2

"The the wild wild doubled doubled up up the the lightning lightning forty forty two two is is Ryan Ryan Hartman Hartman broke broke a a two two all all tie tie midway midway through through the the third third period period Hartman Hartman scored scored for for the the third third straight straight game game and and has has goals goals in in five five of of his his last last six six giving giving him him twelve twelve on on the the season season Nick Nick bjugstad bjugstad Victor Victor asking asking Marcus Marcus fully fully know know also also scored scored for for Minnesota Minnesota which which has has won won three three in in a a row row cam cam Talbot Talbot made made twenty twenty eight eight saves saves for for the the wild wild Corey Corey Perry Perry and and Alex Alex killorn killorn did did the the scoring scoring for for Tampa Tampa Bay Bay Andrei Andrei vasilevskiy vasilevskiy stopped stopped thirty thirty three three shots shots for for the the lightning lightning which which had had won won three three in in a a row row and and six six of of seven seven on on the the ferry ferry

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Curry has 33 points, Warriors beat Clippers for 8th straight

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 9 hrs ago

Curry has 33 points, Warriors beat Clippers for 8th straight

"Steph Steph curry curry delivered delivered thirty thirty three three points points in in the the warriors warriors ran ran their their winning winning streak streak to to eight eight games games with with a a one one oh oh five five ninety ninety decision decision over over the the clippers clippers curry curry had had thirteen thirteen points points in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter helping helping Golden Golden State State improved improved to to eighteen eighteen at at two two heading heading into into Tuesday's Tuesday's showdown showdown with with the the sons sons Otto Otto Porter Porter chipped chipped in in eighteen eighteen points points and and Jordan Jordan Poole Poole added added seventeen seventeen to to the the victory victory as as the the warriors warriors improved improved to to seven seven or or no no on on the the road road Golden Golden State State led led by by just just one one late late in in the the third third quarter quarter before before embarking embarking on on a a twenty twenty six six nine nine run run Paul Paul George George led led Los Los Angeles Angeles with with thirty thirty points points and and Eric Eric Bledsoe Bledsoe and and Marcus Marcus Morris Morris each each added added thirteen thirteen I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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49ers beat Vikings 34-26 for 3rd straight win

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 10 hrs ago

49ers beat Vikings 34-26 for 3rd straight win

"In a matchup of two teams fighting for wild card spots the forty Niners defeated the Vikings thirty four to twenty six it was the third straight win for San Francisco which improved to six and five and R. sixty in the NFC Jimmy Garoppolo's seventeen of twenty six for two hundred thirty yards a touchdown and an interception rookie Elijah Mitchell ran for a hundred thirty three yards and a score meanwhile the Vikings are now in seventh place in the loss Kirk cousins was twenty of thirty two for two hundred and thirty eight yards two touchdown passes to Adam Phelan an interception Riley on Santa Clara

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Defending champ Bucks rout Pacers for 7th straight win

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 11 hrs ago

Defending champ Bucks rout Pacers for 7th straight win

"It's now a seven game winning streak for the box after Jana synthetic portal over twenty six points and thirteen rebounds and one eighteen one hundred rather the Pacers the last two games I think in B. okay one now they've just taken tougher world played well they construe our they scored eleven of his twenty three points while Milwaukee outscored Indiana thirty nine twenty seven in the third quarter taking a seventeen point lead holiday has been hiding averaging nineteen point seven points in the last four victories he also had nine assists and seven rebounds against Indiana as the Bucks improved to thirteen and eight caris levert led the Pacers with a season high twenty three points Malcolm Brogdon had sixteen I'm Dave Ferrie

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Orlov scores late, Caps beat Hurricanes for 9th win in 11

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 11 hrs ago

Orlov scores late, Caps beat Hurricanes for 9th win in 11

"The capital's blew a two nothing lead before winning for the ninth time in eleven games for two at Carolina Dmitry Orlov provided a power play goal that snapped a two all deadlock with two fifty five remaining scandalous great moment for us to win the game you know and I kind of lost focus and I think we did a good job a lot of stress a lot of confidence in them you know converted on the power play was huge for us out so that you can also scored in Ilya Samsonov stopped thirty shots for Washington Ovitz can already has nineteen goals this season the caps of the first team to thirty three points this year bolstered by a seven two into road record the hurricanes were home following a four one in one road trip yes Terry cooking yet me and need Niederreiter scored in the third period for the hurricanes I'm the ferry

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Fournette scores 4 TDs, Brady rallies Bucs past Indy 38-31

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 13 hrs ago

Fournette scores 4 TDs, Brady rallies Bucs past Indy 38-31

"The Buccaneers took advantage of five Indianapolis turnovers into thirty eight to thirty one win Tampa Bay running back Leonard Fournette had four touchdowns including a twenty eight yard run with twenty seconds left with his team down by ten at the half for that offered a locker room message which apparently rally the team eight in three Tampa Bay scored twenty four points off Indianapolis turnovers Tom Brady passed for two hundred twenty six yards Carson Wentz had three touchdown passes for six and six Indianapolis Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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Jones throws 2 TD passes, Patriots roll past Titans 36-13

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 14 hrs ago

Jones throws 2 TD passes, Patriots roll past Titans 36-13

"Mac Jones helped the patriots topple the AFC's number one seed in a thirty six to thirteen route of the Titans Jones threw for a career best three hundred ten yards and a pair of touchdowns to lead New England two eight six straight wins Jones says it's his receivers who deserve all the credit the guys getting open they've done a good job with all year and it's just getting the ball in stride and throwing it to the right guy and we just got to continue to improve on that Kendrick Bourne caught a pair of TV's for the eight and four patriots Dontrell Hilliard rushed for a career high one hundred thirty one yards including a sixty eight yard touchdown late in the first half Tennessee has dropped two straight to head into the bye at eight and four Geffen Coolbaugh Foxboro Massachusetts

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 Giants' defense smothers Eagles 13-7, gets 3 picks

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 14 hrs ago

Giants' defense smothers Eagles 13-7, gets 3 picks

"The giants behind a solid defense picked up a thirteen to seven win over the eagles earlier this week the giants fired offensive coordinator Jason Garrett but the defense was the key to victory forcing Philadelphia into four turnovers eagles cornerback Jalen hurts fourteen of thirty one only a hundred and twenty nine yards he tossed three interceptions giant's quarterback Daniel Jones running plays called by offensive assistant coach Freddie kitchens was nineteen of thirty two hundred and two yards and a touchdown pass to Chris Myrick giants foreign seven Philly now five and seven might

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No. 5 Notre Dame beats Stanford 45-14, awaits playoff fate

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 d ago

No. 5 Notre Dame beats Stanford 45-14, awaits playoff fate

"Notre Dame semi final hopes remain very much alive after Jack Cullen threw for two touchdowns and ran for another helping the C. F. P. number five fighting Irish hammer Stanford forty five fourteen Coney finished twenty six of thirty five for three hundred forty five yards with a one yard TD run in the third quarter the average carry twenty four nothing lead into halftime and blank the cardinal till cone threw an interception on the first drive of the third quarter setting up Austin Jones five yard scoring run the Irish have won seven straight since a loss to Cincinnati Stanford has dropped seven straight since an upset win of then number three Oregon I'm Dave Ferrie

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Sanders leads No. 7 Oklahoma State past No. 10 Oklahoma

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 d ago

Sanders leads No. 7 Oklahoma State past No. 10 Oklahoma

"Spencer Sanders threw for a touchdown and ran for another helping the C. F. P. number seven cowboys beat the number ten Sooners thirty seven thirty three Tay Martin had a thirty yard touchdown catch and a four yard scoring run in the first quarter Caleb Williams scrambled and ran fifty six yards to put the Sooners in scoring range with under a minute to play but Colin Oliver sacks and one forced dammit the cowboys thirty two with eight seconds remaining ending Oklahoma's hopes for six consecutive big twelve crown the outcome puts Baylor in the conference title game against LSU I'm the ferry

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 Suns extend win streak to 16 with 113-107 victory over Nets

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 d ago

Suns extend win streak to 16 with 113-107 victory over Nets

"The sons of run their winning streak to sixteen games by downing the nets one thirteen one oh seven Phoenix never trailed and led by as many as twenty two before improving to seventeen and three Devin Booker scored thirty points a Chris Paul had twenty two for the sun's core one away from tying the longest winning streak in team history Paul added eight assists and five rebounds becoming the first player in NBA history to reach twenty thousand points ten thousand a system five thousand rebounds you gain you know we get opportunity to to have fun hello so we don't keep taking it one game at a time and I got said and will join a moments because

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No. 12 Michigan State bounces back, beats Penn State 30-27

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 d ago

No. 12 Michigan State bounces back, beats Penn State 30-27

"Number twelve Michigan state jumped out to a fourteen to nothing lead to start the game and held on to win thirty to twenty seven in the snow in east Lansing the Nittany lions scored with forty three seconds left to cut the lead to three four unsuccessful with the onside kick and issue to the twenty three to twenty lead heading into the fourth but were able to force two fumbles and put the game away the Spartans scored all five times they were in the red zone and were again led by junior running back Kenneth Walker the third who finished with one hundred thirty eight yards and a touchdown the Spartans defense came up big allowing Penn state to convert and just five of thirteen third downs Marty Martin east Lansing Michigan

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Kraken beat Panthers 4-1, deny Florida home-ice win record

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 1 d ago

Kraken beat Panthers 4-1, deny Florida home-ice win record

"The Panthers were unable to set an NHL record for consecutive home wins to start the season the streak stalled added eleven games as Jordan Everly scored twice and Chris greeter made thirty three saves against his former team leading the expansion crack into a four one victory over the Panthers Ryan Donato Jimmy Alexis also had goals and Janice don score had two assists for the crack it who are facing Florida for the first time Patrick Corbin Chris had the goal for Florida and Spencer knight stopped twenty three shots in defeat I'm Dave very

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No. 11 Oregon beats Oregon State, will play for Pac-12 title

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 d ago

No. 11 Oregon beats Oregon State, will play for Pac-12 title

"Anthony brown junior threw for two hundred seventy five yards and two touchdowns while running for another score in eleventh ranked Oregon's thirty eight twenty nine victory against Oregon state divine Williams had six catches for one hundred ten yards and a touchdown for the ducks who will play for the pac twelve title for the third consecutive season the chemistry between A. B. Williams well it is extremely important because you know like you said Johnny's out Michael Berman Johnny I mean read he's out so the chemistry there had to be tighter than ever before Oregon state's chance Nolan threw for three hundred eight yards and a pair of touchdowns he ran for another in the waning moments on the ferry

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No. 1 Georgia routs Georgia Tech 45-0, looks ahead to Bama

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

No. 1 Georgia routs Georgia Tech 45-0, looks ahead to Bama

"C. F. P. number one Georgia has warmed up for the SEC title game by blowing out Georgia tech forty five nothing Stetson Bennett passed for two hundred fifty five yards and four touchdowns as the Bulldogs secured a perfect regular season at twelve and we're just focused on doing the duty lies nearest we knew what this game meant for us and for the history this program and that if we slipped up anything could happen tight end Brock Bowers hauled into scoring passes including a seventy seven yard TD Kenny McIntosh added a fifty nine yard scoring run meanwhile the Bulldogs allowed just one hundred seventy one total yards in their third shutout this season Georgia began the day leading the nation with averages of seven and a half points and two hundred thirty six yards allowed I'm Dave Ferrie

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"thirties" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:58 min | 7 months ago

"thirties" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Be in the thirties for Friday. It's better about 60 or so with partly sunny skies 73 degrees right now in Boston. Jury deliberations continue in Minneapolis at the trial of former police officer Derrick Show Vin today President Biden telling reporters he hopes the trial ends with the right verdict trained the verdict is the right verdict. Think it's overwhelming, in my view? I wouldn't say that first. The jury was sequestered. Now hear me say that. Maybe she's mark Rebel Lords in Minneapolis. Has those deliberations go on. Jury resume deliberating at eight a.m. local time. This will be their first full day of deliberation. After getting only a few hours in yesterday following closing arguments. The jury has a laptop that they can reference all the exhibits and evidence from the trial. If they have questions, they will notify the court and the court will conduct a zoom video session to instruct them rather than reconvening in person. Marco Malard. ABC NEWS Minneapolis New Hampshire's Supreme Court has upheld the sentence of at least 45 years with a chance for release for a man convicted of murder as a teenager more than 20 years ago, the high court disagreed with lawyers for Eduardo Lopez Jr in opinion that could amount to life in prison. Lopez was convicted in the 1991 shooting death of Robert Go ahead and national when he was 17 Lopez was sentenced mandatory life in prison without parole. 2018 re sentenced to 45 years to life and follow the U. S. Supreme Court decision in 2012 that it found it unconstitutional to sentence juvenile offenders demanded Torrey Life in prison without parole. He is eligible for parole in 2036 when he'll be 62 testimony before Congress today from the top military commander on how the U. S would handle future threats from Afghanistan. With American troops, leaving soon, Central Command's general Kenneth Mackenzie, was asked how the U. S. Will respond to future terror threats in Afghanistan without troops on the ground or intelligence capabilities. If you're out of the country and you don't have the ecosystem that we have there now it will be harder to do that It is not impossible to do that. He indicated some of those capabilities could be repositioned within the region. We will look at all the all the countries in the region are diplomats will reach out and we'll talk about places. Where we could base. Those resource is he's in the midst of a review about how the U. S would respond in the future about his CBS is Candy McCormick. Preparations continue as NASA and Space X or getting ready to launch a crew of four astronauts to the international space station to Americans. One astronaut from Europe's space agency and one from Japan will launch aboard the space X Crew Dragon capsule from Florida's Kennedy Space Center. NASA spokesman Kyle Herring Bob Bank, Ken's wife, Megan McArthur is flying in the same seat that he flew on on this space. Scrap. Oh, that's a very unique aspect of this mission. Bob Banking and Doug Hurley, where the two astronauts on crew one last May Crew to is scheduled to lift off Thursday at 6:11 A.m.. Tony Marino. ABC News Orlando, Florida To 38. It is time to get a check on the business world brought to you by Enterprise Wealth Management, a division off enterprise bank, Andrew Oh Dae is at Bloomberg. Second verse. Same as the first this week for the markets. It looks like Yeah, looking pretty nasty here this afternoon. And there's not much of a reason to justify a down falling 370 points despite mostly decent earnings reports and no scheduled economic readings of any great consequence. NASDAQ right now, losing 182 S and P 500 down 40 steep descent for stock in United Airlines today, down more than 9% is the carrier posts a bigger than forecast first quarter loss. And so is the number of business and international travelers needed to recover to at least 65% of pre pandemic levels for profitability, And it's not giving a gas as to when that might happen. Not every piece of earnings news is dour today. Traders are upbeat on the latest profit report from IBM, which includes the company's biggest increase in revenue and almost three years Thanks in large part to its cloud business, helping keep working home employees in touch with their employers. IBM shares gaining almost 4% and erode a Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio. Your place of work is open to interpretation these.

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"thirties" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:01 min | 10 months ago

"thirties" Discussed on KOMO

"Reassessment of the conditions. Eight o'clock tomorrow morning. Snoqualmie Pass is open, however, and there are attraction tires required our next comma traffic. It's 7 24 Comeau forecast from the diversified cross Space Weather Center. Cloudy tonight. Slight chance of rain after midnight overnight lows in the mid thirties. Tomorrow, mostly sunny highs in the forties. Thursday cloudy a chance rain and snow again in the morning, then rain at times in the afternoon highs. Mid forties. Rain likely on Friday Upper forties Saturday. Mostly cloudy and chance of rain highs. Upper forties Sunday, aerated times with eyes near 50 overnight lows in the thirties. That's your latest weather from the coma forecast team. Hi. I'm Dr near her Garris with today's tip for kids from the American Academy of Pediatrics as parents. We want our Children to grow up healthy and strong. That means helping teams take responsibility for their health as they become young adults. One way to do that is to make sure they have one on one time with their pediatrician that helps them become comfortable talking about any health issue with their doctors, and with you so make sure to give your Tina voice it's good for their health. For more on teen health visit healthy Children that or g'kar That sound is why we fund lifesaving science. That sound is why we push you to be healthier. That sound is why we have an unhealthy obsession with your health at American Heart Association get the fax at heart dot org's slash your health Meet angry, fiery spirit carrying Grandma proud trucker. I've loved more than four million miles in my truck. If people knew what I know lives could be saved. I was driving outside of Ohio when a gentleman stopped suddenly in front of me, but it takes my £80,000 truck 200 yards to stop. I'd given myself extra room. But it's not a chance worth taking. It's our Rose is our safety. Visit www dot share the road safely dot.

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"thirties" Discussed on Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

04:26 min | 11 months ago

"thirties" Discussed on Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

"I'm messing up not really anywhere until later on in life when i said okay you know. Now it's time to really focus on the relevant relevant dif- definition to our discussion about family. It's what you make of it. But ultimately it's the relationships and the people you surround yourself and create they may not be not be from the same blood lineage. But nonetheless like if i were gang member or something right as neat media i'm with my crew right. That's you know. Who are we to say that shit guys full of ship families everything right so i mean. I think that's what we're talking about where we were growing up developing. We're trying to figure out where we fit. We're trying to figure out who we are as kids right and we're trying to figure out who we are as young adults and then having the balls or having the courage to say okay. I want to surround myself with this type of family. And what i guess what. I'm suggesting. His family is what you make because like when we said Choose your family wisely. And it's only because it like when when i decided when when i chose to Kind of like find somebody that i said. Okay you know what i need to. I wanna find somebody that i want to grow old with. You know after you know. I was already might thirties. Or whatever you know. And i said okay i wanna you know i wanna so that's when i was looking for for a girl like when it also like there was some girls that like manner. Her mom is cool like we could party here all the time. you know. it's like we'd make you know. Have parties at our house or whatever and it's like i would sleep over like like no problem and like a man like and the morning..

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"thirties" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"thirties" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"There was for that entire crowd no matter where people found themselves no matter how good or how bad you would happen to rank the various individuals. The reality was for every single one of them. There was something they can do. Every single person had a. Well what should i do. Every single person had an answer to that question. And so i want to challenge you this morning with that question and leave you with that. Where in your life. Do you need a turnaround. Where in your life do. You need a turnaround. Write it down your communication card. So i could see it later..

"thirties" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"thirties" Discussed on Curtis Lake

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"thirties" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"thirties" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"I don't have time to kind of go into all the details for you. So just believe me. Holy spirit will come upon you. God's to do something in you that you don't understand that you can't begin to fathom or imagine but it's going to be unmistakably a work of god and what i loved that comes out of the birth narrative and even the focus on the virgin birth of jesus. And you know there's obviously room for a lot of discussion in the world about whether or not this took place. Mary actually indeed a virgin. I- luke from his perspective makes it very very clear that she is that this is not the product of normal biological occurrence but this is in fact the very work of god at in the life of a human being. And what's amazing. That i think comes out of the narrative is the again the the specificity with which god crew performs this miracle and i think it serves as a reminder to us that god. He's very specific with the way in which he works. The way in which he operates we started with the story of zachariah and elizabeth who had given up on a dream who had felt like as far as their hopes their dreams. Their prayers were concerned. They were as good as gone. God didn't hear or god didn't answer you fill in the blank for however you want to reconcile what it means to cry out to god with all your heart and not have god ultimately fulfil. What is it. you're crying out for however you want to reconcile those things. They had done that. They had kind of moved on with their life but now in the most specific way possible god gives them them dream of their lives and now god even in the birth. In the way in which jesus was born brings full circle to full fruition apprentice that he had made thousands of years before and in doing that reveals to us. How we're so focused on the particulars of our ordinary physical experienced god. He inspires wonder in his handling of the specifics. God inspires wonder in the handling of the specifics. When it comes to the miracle working power of god what do i mean by that. Well god had way back in genesis. You turn your bible all the way back to the beginning right. Where adam and eve were in the garden in fellowship with god and ultimately had just rebelled against god and now god's confronting them and in speaking to the serpent's right the embodiment of the devil of satan. He speaks to the serpent in genesis. Three fifteen and he says. I will cause hostility between you and the woman and between your offspring and her offspring he will strike your head and you will strike his. He'll that's a really really really weird thing for god to say. I mean first of all tweeted that he's talking to a serpent that is the embodiment of satan anyway but the this this this passage of scripture that had been written countless generations before birth of jesus. He says it's very peculiar peculiar. Because this just isn't how it'd be written like god would never be talking about eve's offspring. It'd be adams offspring and we're talking about a patriarchal society where lines of ancestry are drawn through the father. Not the mother like nobody cares about the matriarchal line and yet god here in the very earliest part of our scriptures says i will create hostility between the woman and you between her offspring and your offspring he will strike your head and you will strike his. He'll we understand that to be kind of this. First prophetic utterance on the part of god of how he is ultimately going to undo everything adam and eve had just done all the had been lost god essentially made them a promise that he would redeem the he would provide the answer for it for the fact that fellowship with god had been forfeited the fact that adam and eve were now no longer going to live forever in this wonderful state of innocence but now are subject to the curse of sin the curse every single human being after them has inherited and lives in ed until jesus inter mediates is controlled by god's said to your offspring your offspring will produce the solution. And that's exactly what he did in. Jesus just the very kind of subtle but specific nature by which jesus was born with no biological father. Nobody logical father. I just the offspring of the woman. Where god do this amazing work in her life in order to bless certainly not just her but every single human being besides her where god said. I'm going to undo. All that has been done by sin the the havoc that has been wrought over years and years and years. I'm going to undo it for disease for the sickness for the death for the pain for the misery. I'm going to provide the solution. Does that to the wonder of the christmas story. So enclosing i ask you this question as you can sitter your own individual because i get. We're kind of talking about sort of grand themes of humanity are in the ordinary course of human history and these are when we talk about the virgin birth and the coming of jesus. I mean all these things are things that feel like. There's so much so much bigger and they are they're much bigger than what is our lives. But i want you to know. I really want you to know today that one of the things that god is very very concerned about is what is what is in your life. What is the wonder that you've been missing out on in the way. God wants to work and operate in your life. Because i believe he wants to do that the wonder the he wants you to experience. That's not for the person on the other side of the auditorium and not for you know the wonder that i believe god wants to develop our lives whether you call it. The mysterious miracle power working of god. I believe this christmas. God wants to fill your life again with wonder like that little kid at christmas opening up the presence. Getting that one thing that you would really really hoped for even as a crotchety old adult full of life experiences. That taught you just to live with the letdowns. The disappointments i believe. God wants you to experience. Today.

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"thirties" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"thirties" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"Guitar cello or the drums as drama queenie as musicians and singers can be. And that's just between you and me right there. They're off somewhere doing something right and they've already heard this message so i can say this. Now i know. I know what's in their hearts i know what provokes them to do. What they're doing is like what they wanna see. They wanna see people worshipping. Jesus they wanna see people lost in the presence of god experiencing in a real and tangible way to the extent that we can experience the presence of god in a real and tangible way like spiritually speaking they want they want to experience that themselves and they want for you. They want me to experience that as well but you know what we often do. Is we walk in here right. We walk into our church services all over the country all over the world from sunday to sunday. Right because it's just part of our schedule because it's part of the ordinary course of our lives. I believe that god wants to do is he wants to interrupt even the mundane -ness of what has become your christianity. What has become your following. Jesus and he wants to fill your life with wonder one of the thing. The crowd walked away with a whole bunch of unanswered questions. Right after having experienced just kind of the amazement of all this stuff going on they walked away scratching their heads. They walked away having conversations with one. Another what what just happened there. What did we just win. This right can you believe it they. They started telling the story broadcasting the story to other people who maybe weren't present there at the time and the bible tells us that it was going all through the neighborhood. The account of what took place the wonder with which the birth of john the miracle of a baby being born to a barren couple had taken place. Can you imagine if Can you imagine if like after we assemble together as a church whether it's on a sunday morning or if it was for some Community event that we were doing or if it was for some active service that a handful of people were participating in to get. Can you imagine if after one of those experiences if you walked away shaking your head wondering what happened just happen because usually you walk away knowing what just happened or what just happened. Was we sang for christmas songs. The preacher preach for too long. And then you know they finally let us out right. That's we know what happened. These people they just walked away wondering why. Who is this child. What is god doing what is got up to you. I don't know about you. But i i would love. I would love to be a part of that kind of experience where the people of god are instead of coming to church to get all their questions. Answered actually walked away with more questions than answers because of the work. That god was doing all right. So that's zachariah elizabeth john the baptist while we have this other of course birth narrative. We probably should look at this one. Since it's christmas backing up to verse. Twenty six says in the sixth month of elizabeth's pregnancy. God sent the angel gabriel to nazareth a village in galilee to a virgin named mary she was engaged to be married to a man named joseph of the senate of king david and gabriel appeared to her and said greetings favored woman the lord is with you confused and disturbed. Mary tried to think what the angel could mean. Don't be afraid mary. The angel told her for you have found favor with god. You will conceive and give birth to a son and you will name him. Jeez he will be very great movie be called the son of the most high the lord god will give him the throne of his ancestor david and he will reign over israel forever. His kingdom will never end. Mary asked the angel. But how can this happen. I'm a virgin so here. Another account of an angel revealing the wonder of what god is doing and quite reasonably. Mary's reaction to the whole pronouncement of god is about to do in her life as well. How could that be. How many of you realized that when it comes to the miracle working nature of what god does. It's always confounded by this question. How could that be. I mean that is by definition what the miraculous is all about. You see the wonder. I believe that you and i that god wants for us to experience. It is often overshadowed by our tendency to look at the particulars. You see you. Our lives are are determined by the physical nature and reality of things right. You make decisions and those decisions have consequences you make choices and those choices ultimately lead to certain ends right and there is a great degree of control that you have over the direction and trajectory of your life and so a lot of times when it comes to this area of the supernatural miraculous. The spiritual whatever you wanna call it well. Our ability to actually experience wonders overshadowed by our focus on the particulars the particulars of schedule the particulars of this is how things go the particulars of well. This has been my experience. I believe that the christmas season is opportunity for you. And i maybe for us to be suddenly interrupted by the work. That god wants to do that. Will sometimes just a neilly the particulars. Mary's like how could this happen. I'm a virgin. Like she understood the biology of how things worked. What she was being told. Didn't quite line up with the physical nature the normal nature of things. Well the angel replied the holy spirit will come upon you and the power of the most high will overshadow you. So the baby to be born will be holy and he will be called the son of god magin the angel as he makes this pronouncement to marry right. There's we read it in a few short moments. But i imagine this episode. Probably took place over a large handful of minutes after maria's told that she's about to conceive. I'll bet there was this long dramatic pause. Perhaps even a little awkward. Maybe she puts her head down. She starts pacing the floor thinking about contemplating what has been told to her but in reality the one thing i think she took from the whole conversation was going to have a baby. See the he will be the son of the most high right. The lord will grant him david's throne and he will sit on the throne forever and ever and ever and she's like did you say i'm going to have a baby. Can back the train up here because you went really really really fast right through the progression of things that you were revealing to me. But i once. I heard conceived i sorta of stopped right there. Gabriel says listen. This may be beyond your ability to understand and to be perfectly honest. I got out of the things to do..

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"thirties" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"thirties" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"Never gets a hold of. This is what they did back then. Okay i mean listen. Let's was part of their culture eight days old and they come around for the ceremony and they as expected wanted to name the child zachariah after his father but elizabeth stopped them and said no. His name is john what they exclaim. There's no one and all your family by that name. Not believing that elizabeth was intere- right mind and wanting to name this child john because you just don't do that right. I mean come on this. Is the promise baby right. This is the promise chow. This is the one you've been waiting for naturally. Not only is he going to further right the line of your family. But i mean he's got to be the namesake for zachariah one right so they use gestures to ask the baby's father what he wanted to name him and he motioned for writing tablet. You remember from last week. Zachariah doubted what the angel had spoken to him. And as a consequence has his ability to talk removed for that entire ten months of elizabeth's pregnancy. He was unable to speak right so he motions for a writing tablet and he wrote to everyone surprise his name is john and instantly zachariah could speak again and he began praising god and the narratives that we are presented with in luke chapter one are full of wonder full of the unimaginable have in this particular case the story of a barren couple too old to have any hope for having children now having a child the supernatural occurrence of zachariah speech being removed and then some months later finally and suddenly being given back to him what we find here is that wonder has this tendency to interrupt the mundane parts of our existence in our life and this is one of the beautiful things that comes out of the christmas story. The christmas narratives is the idea that i believe. God wants to introduce wonder for the purpose of interrupting the mundane. I'll bet that you and i are lives are largely regulated by the mundane. We get up and we go to work. We come home. We go to bed and we do it again and again right. We just lived through the vicious cycle of one day following the next and that tendency for things to kind of stay as they are and for things to largely go unchanged and for our inability sometimes to experience new things. Sometimes we lose our lose sight of the reality that existing on this plane outside. Maybe of our normal everyday experience is this thing called wonder this thing this realm in which god is working right this this place that that maybe we don't have any physical any tangible connection to but that if if we were prone to be attentive to what is happening spiritually in our lives and in the lives of those around us perhaps we'd find ourselves being interrupted more by the wonder of how god is working these relatives. These friends had gathered around. Elizabeth and zachariah right. I mean it was an extraordinary experience. But what did they do they just reverted back so the normal custom of things while the normal custom of things says at eight days. All you circumcise the boy. You give them a name the name of his father or some other meaningful person within your family right. Because that's what you do but all the while the cycle is being broken here because god is up to something because god is working because god is doing things in mysterious ways that are outside the understanding and the cognitive recognition of the people. Who are witnessing them. And here's what happens as zacharias mouth is open than his words. Start to come out in an audible away again for the first time in the last almost here luke says aw there it is again that same word fear right that sense of awesomeness fell upon the whole neighborhood and the news of what happened. Spread throughout the judean hills. Everyone who heard about it reflected on these events and ask. What will this child turn out to be for. The hand of the lord was surely upon him in a special way. One of the things that i believe you and i need to experience in our lives one of the things that we need to experience as a churches the people of god is as a collection of people that are that are following. Jesus man we need to have. We need to be open to the experience of god producing some awe and wonder in our lives. I think that far too often. We're just kinda given to the regular ordinary mundane experience of what it means. Even to be a follower of jesus following jesus just becomes relegated to well. I'm gonna largely live my life like everybody else but maybe just a little bit better. I'm going to do less wrong things right. I'm going to drink less alcohol. I'm gonna smoke fewer cigarettes. I'm going to do less of this less than whatever whatever those things you might use to defy. What is the difference between a person who's following jesus and a person's not following jesus and the reality is we just sort of end up living out this religious life where yeah. Some things are different. I mean i go to church every sunday or i log onto facebook and i watch a service every sunday right. That's something my friends. My neighbors other relatives. They don't do because they're not following jesus ultimately is just. It's just a different kind of. It's a different kind of mundane. It's a different kind of existence and experience that it does not. It does not find any real place in the wonder the on the majesty of god there's no opportunity to just feel and be surrounded by the presence of god to experience and to engage in the presence of one of the things that i know is in the heart of the people that lead worship here on this stage sunday morning. It is not just to sing songs and sound good to you. It is not just about like trying to essentially fill some time with with with singing annoys because well. That's what you do in church. I part of the church service has to be. You know we sing three or four songs. And so we're musicians and singers. We have talent and abilities and so we're going to do everything we can to just put on the best show we possibly can. I know that for most of the people here all of them for most of the people here i. it's not in their heart simply put on some kind of show or to entertain you with their ability to sing and.

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"thirties" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"thirties" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"Weeks ago. What's being referred to. Here's prayer of zachariah and elizabeth's hearts from years and years ago a prior that had been long forgotten a prayer that have been long given up on because zachariah here is now advanced in years. His wife advanced years beyond the capability. Biologically speaking of actually having a child. Elizabeth was baron. Never had a child never produced a child the two of them were this old an aging couple who had no children of their own and here and angel calms pronounces zachariah. God has heard your prayer. That's fascinating that's fascinating. How you and i and our experience. Because we've all experienced unanswered prayer right like zachariah much of it was essentially kind of defined elizabeth life defined by what was their greatest yet most unanswered prayer for them to have their own children a prayer that they had prayed a prayer that they cried out to god about a prayer that they had wept over a prayer that they spent all their emotional capital on for years and years and years weeping together weeping alone weeping with friends wishing wanting longing knowing that there was nothing that they could do about it a circumstance that was completely utterly outside of their control probably a prayer that if given the opportunity they would have exchanged absolutely anything in this earthly life for. There's nothing that they wouldn't have given up. There's nothing that they wouldn't have walked away from. There's nothing that they would have said no to for them to just simply have an affirmative answer to this prayer. God give us a child and yet for years and years and years past the point where it seemed like it was improbable past the point where it seemed like it was unlikely beyond the point where it was now impossible and now in a place where as long been forgotten utterly abandoned. Gabriel says god heard your prayer. Now some of you. You're not old enough. You haven't been alive long enough to have the kind of prayer that the gabriel's talking about here like you just haven't been around long enough. It doesn't mean that the prayers the cries of your heart. That you feel are going. Unanswered are any less meaningful significant to you but the reality is there's probably in this room people who have lived long enough to have gone through the process of crying out to god of praying to god of desperately seeking god of begging god. Would you this knowing that the circumstance for which there praying is outside of their control and beyond their ability to do anything about and yet they continue to cry out to god and believe god until the cycle works. Its way through to the point where you know. It just doesn't seem like it's likely this is going to happen to the point where well it's rather improbable that this is ever going to happen. And so the point where it has just been completely forgotten. I believe what we need to understand that appreciate from the story and what gabriel's encounter with zachariah is that are unanswered. Prayer doesn't translate to divine like lacked. Like that's how you. And i see it so often times. We see that. Like when god doesn't answer our prayers it's gotten lost somewhere right lost in the sea of humanity and all the activity of everything else that is going around and we are prone to forget the specificity with which god sees each of our individual lives. Why because well that's what happens you ever. You ever tried to get somebody's attention and you just couldn't get their attention. How unimportant it made you feel right. You're in a conversation. You start to say something and somebody else. Rhop's right you start to say something and another per other people just kind of dominating that conversation you never have an opportunity to kind of say what's on your heart what's on your mind and eventually you're just like okay. You know whether consciously or subconsciously. I mean you kind of walk away from that experience feeling like you're on heard on scene unimportant right and sometimes we can feel that way in our relationship with god because how have experienced unanswered prayer. Anybody anybody would anybody confess to. Hey i pray to god for such and such and it didn't happen anybody so if we're not careful. Sometimes we can view unanswered prayer as god just neglecting. God not listening. God not concerned about god not caring about. What is we care about. So if you take nothing else home with you. Today i pray you take just this little this little encouragement that comes out of this proclamation. Gabriel makes zachariah. God has heard your prayer because you might have a prayer that you've given up on. You might have a hope a dream that has long been forgotten who knows maybe got still at work and bringing an answer to that prayer fast forward about ten months right so elizabeth does indeed become pregnant and she gives birth to a son verse fifty seven when it was time for elizabeth's baby to be born. She gave birth to a son and winter. Neighbors and relatives heard that the lord had been very merciful to her. Everyone rejoiced with her right where introduced to not only zachariah and elizabeth but friends and family people that had come alongside them in their deepest and darkest hours people that had themselves join together weeping and wailing for their dashed dreams and hopes now imagine we can all appreciate right. Perhaps you've personally had the experience of Either having a difficult time having children are never having the ability to have children. And you know somebody who's got through that very very painful human experience of not being able to have children who wanted children. I maybe you've walked alongside somebody who's gone through that well. There's these concerned friends relatives people that love zachariah and elizabeth. They remembered they remembered the knights of weeping together with them of holding elisabeth when she just couldn't feel the urge to kind of move on so great was the pain that she was experiencing but now suddenly the news has broken. Elizabeth is with child. She's given birth to a son. This prior from long ago has finally come true and they come around and they rejoice with her risk. I fifty nine. When the baby was eight days old they all came for the circumcision ceremony. Let's not gloss over that part right. I mean favorite time of anybody's birthright is the circumcision ceremony. This is an area of greeting cards. That i hope hallmark.

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"thirties" Discussed on Curtis Lake

Curtis Lake

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"thirties" Discussed on Curtis Lake

"You believe it's happening this week christmas. How many of you ready. Yeah it's this week. That's my psa for this morning. I today want to talk about wonder. How have you could use a little more wonder in your lives for how many of you has like covid. Nineteen and twenty twenty just wiped out any opportunity for any kind of wonder in your life right like you thought you were going on vacation somewhere where there was going to be all kinds of wonderful experiences. You thought you'd have an opportunity to go out to dinner with friends that you hadn't seen for a long time or whatever all these normal experiences. That are a normal part. Our lies there was gone this year. Right and i bet you. There's there's a little bit of a poverty of wonder and christmas. Christmas a lot about wonder one of the greatest memories i have as a parent and you can relate to this because this happens on on christmas one of the great things about christmas morning. If you have young children that are still at home. Is that time when they're opening up the presence right. And it's just i mean you cannot substitute the joy that you get as a parent seeing kids open up presence that they're just completely overwhelmed by and we have other experiences like that app as well. One time years ago we went to disneyworld and we waited in line for a couple of hours to go and see the characters right and so our two daughters were young at the time. And finally we got into the room with cinderella. And i like i can still see it so vividly right now the reaction on their faces when we walked up to the one and only right the ever so beautiful cinderella. And they're just looking at her like she is an angel from heaven and i on my heart just melted. It was like okay the three four thousand dollars whatever it costs spend whatever it costs to get down there to disneyworld. It was all worth it for that moment. Because like you got a little piece of this is what it's like just to feel the full and unadulterated wonder of being a person of being alive of having this experience as we get older and older sometimes. Those experiences of wonder become fewer and far between. I mean let's be honest. How many of you. How many you grownups. You're you're really looking forward to christmas because maybe maybe you've got just the thing that you were hoping for right now. That doesn't happen anymore. does it. Because if you want you just go and buy it for yourself right. I mean there's just like we don't have those chances. Those opportunities experience that kind of wonder but but wonder is really what. The christmas story is kind of engulfed by. I wanna look at some passages of scripture and hopefully just remind us of the ones that you and i should feel. Here's my question as we get started. What is what's the last awesome thing you've seen. What's the last awesome thing you've seen all you husband's in the room. It is appropriate right now if you to turn to your wife right and just look at her as if she's the last most wonderful thing most awesome thing you've ever seen. Yeah whatever what. What was the last awesome thing you've seen. Maybe you'd say my life is so pathetic. Last awesome thing. I saw was in a movie theater back in february when when movies were still being made again. The reality is like if we really think about. It's probably been awhile. It's probably gonna wile for most of us since we've seen something that created this real sense of our in and the we hear oftentimes when it comes to christmas things like the magic of christmas right just the the beauty of christmas. The opportunity for us to slow down into really pause to reflect on. What christmas is all about whether it's opportunities to gather which with family which are far more limited the opportunity maybe people we haven't seen in a long time which again this year are far more limited. It can feel like the wonder. Christmas is just been sort of removed from our lives but it certainly was not absent in the first christmas story. So if you have your bibles ask you to turn to luke chapter one. We're going to read a few passages of scripture. Some of them. We looked at last week as we were talking about. Angels angels were very involved in the birth narratives of both john the baptist right whose jesus cousin and then of course jesus himself and so when we were talking about angels we were looking at some of those passes a scripture and some of them will cross over into again today because again i wanted just set up at the outset here that a big part of the way in which liu right whose gospel where reading together. Who's who's who's record whose account that. We are going to be studying over the next few weeks like he wanted to make sure that he took what was essentially as far as he was concerned. Some simple auricle facts and figures and events and people in places and he was not shy at all with bathing each of those things in instances of supernatural. The supernatural happening right. And we're going to that right here in the beginning luke. Chapter one starting at verse. Eleven while zachariah was in the sanctuary and angel of the lord appeared to him standing to the right of the incense altar. So if you were here last week you remember. We talked about zachariah who was a priest and he was doing his priestly duty. He had been elected by lot that particular day to go in and perform the religious right on behalf of his people so there he is in the sanctuary all by himself minding his own business. Doing his thing right. Whatever that may have been but suddenly an angel is they're standing right next to him and it says zachariah and we can expect this kind of reaction. Zachariah was shaken and overwhelmed with fear when he saw him. Okay so you see that word. Fear this is the reaction. Zachariah has so the angel. Probably the reaction that you and i would have if we were to see an angel all of a sudden now. This word fear. That luke uses here is a favourite theme of his throughout his narrative. As you read through the entire gospel of luke you're going to find him constantly alluding to people and this experience of fear now what's conveyed in this word fears. Not just it's not just like what we understand is fear like shaking in your boots like scared to death. Like i'm gonna die. I mean there are certainly some of that right but what was really wrapped up in here. Is this aw this odd. That just overwhelmed. Zachariah right this. All that he fell. I mean he was experiencing something that he had never experienced before something that practically no other human being had experienced before now here he is in the company of an angel and the bible tells us that he was overwhelmed with fear you're gonna find lukasz elite talking about fear talking about right and that's a big part of. What is the christmas story. And i get it. You know twenty twenty. You know now. A couple thousand years removed from the original christmas story. I get that sometimes. Christmas could not be loaded with a whole lot of offer us right because we're worried about other things. How many worried about some amazon packages not getting where they're supposed to get to in time right you're getting the same notifications. I am from the post office right. Sorry right i mean there's there's only so much we can do right. We we spend the last couple of weeks. Maybe even from the time of thanksgiving until now just trying to quote unquote get ready. Get ourselves ready for christmas right. That's what we do year after year after year. And sometimes that dulls the magic of christmas and we completely miss out on what is supposed to be. The are inspiring narrative.

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01:52 min | 1 year ago

"thirties" Discussed on WTVN

"Were in their thirties. They are expected to survive, as is a 17 year old boy who's recovering after he was shot twice just north of East Devil in Granville Road. He was shot while riding in a vehicle and Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther today says he's calling on members of the community to help address the rise in gun violence. He says the issue is impacting families all over the city and His administration is planning to take some major action in the coming days. The Big 10 and the Pac 12 are expected to cancel their football season's Tomorrow. According to Dan Patrick of the Dan Patrick Show. 12 of the 14 big 10 presidents have voted against having a football season, the two universities that he says that voted to carry on with the season where Iowa and Nebraska, according to Patrick, Multiple reports last night said the Big 10 along with several other conferences were planning to cancel their seasons this year as the number of Corona virus cases continues to climb. More than five million people have now been confirmed to have contracted the virus worldwide since it was first discovered. And overall death rates from Cove in 19 have fallen in the US in recent weeks. But not every environment is benefiting from that decline. ABC is Jim Ryan explains. Since March, nursing homes and assisted living facilities have been ravaged by the virus, accounting for about 40% of the fatalities. And while death rates have declined in the general population, and ABC News analysis finds they've actually risen in many of those older communities in New Hampshire, nursing homes accounted for 57% 2 fatalities in late May, but now account for 82% of the total covert deaths. It's a similar story in Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio and eight other states. Jim Early in ABC News, Amazon and the nation's biggest mall owners.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"thirties" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of the thirties weather forecast brought to us by basement technologies again forty three degrees here in Boston at seven thirty five so large gatherings frowned upon in this new reality of corona virus so what about church WBZ's Larry Kirby with more on the word ahead of weekend services locally Laurie good morning Jeff the word from cardinal Sean o'malley in the Boston archdiocese absolves the Catholic faithful from missing mass if you are vulnerable of getting the virus which impacts the older generations you are excused from attending mass holy water fonts will be emptied and cleaned as well communion will be placed in hands not bounced a visible churches are changing their communion rights as well father Harry from Trinity Episcopal Church in can't the precautionary side our diocese actually issued a mandate yesterday that we refrain from using the U. callous or offering the chalice during service chalice will sit on the altar food is off the table after Sunday's services as well Jack life is changing pretty much everywhere Lori thank you school departments all across Massachusetts are trying to figure out what comes next coming up and dusting off the plan B. more than a hundred schools have already made the decision to shut down some of them for more than two weeks among those communities were talkin Everett wells sleek black sing ten Winchester Sudbury some schools have made the decision to shut down just for one day for a good all scrubbed down Worcester Waltham Brockton just to name a few there it's exit stage left for customers who normally get the bills paid at local businesses around Boston W. B. C.'s Madison Rogers takes a look at that most businesses on Harvard Avenue in Allston operate on a yearly cycle students come in the fall and business is good students leave in the summer and things are quiet for a few months with more.

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KCRW

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"thirties" Discussed on KCRW

"Thirties and forties Sonny continued breezy tomorrow with highs in the sixties we're not gonna go live to special coverage of the state of the union address by president trump as well as the democratic response here on KCRW this is special coverage of president Donald trump's state of the union address for twenty twenty I Mahdi Cornish in Washington and tonight we'll take you to the United States capitol where the president will fulfill his constitutional duty and report to Congress on the state of our nation president trump will address the very members of Congress who were in the middle of his impeachment trial following the president's address will also hear from the democratic response tonight that's coming from Michigan governor Gretchen Witmer we have a great group of people here to help us understand all the moving parts and I'm gonna start with our NPR folks in the studio national political correspondent moralizing welcome back hi there and NPR senior Washington editor in correspondent Ron Elving good to be with you already also with us and email Shammi former chief of the former chief of staff to the speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi how are you thanks for having me and also Brendan Buck spokesman for former house speaker Paul Ryan thank you for being here of course thank you so you two are very familiar with this space in this room although you were doing it back in the day when people attempted to have some kind of unity so to speak right I remember once it was bring bipartisan dance partner yeah that was seems like a long time ago at this point now those days I also want to talk about NPR congressional correspondent skills the smell and Susan Davis they're both with us as well hello ladies.

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WHAS 840 AM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"thirties" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Thirties after W. L. K. Y. weather forecast meteorologist mall road it's thirty five it news radio eight forty WHAS our top story senators are back in session today for what could be another long day in the impeachment trial against the president house managers who service the prosecutors in the trial and the president's legal team will both start delivering opening statements lead house manager Adam Schiff says he hopes all senators will examine the evidence before them I have to hope that that some if not all of the senators will abide by that oath and we'll hear us with an open mind senator Lindsey Graham says house managers are trying to destroy the presidency as we know it when it comes to Donald Trump they're willing to destroy the institution of the office in the name of getting him the South Carolina Republican pointed out all the ways this impeachment differs from the other one that he was involved in Bill Clinton Graham said he thought the Russia investigation by special counsel Robert Muller would be the end of the investigations Graham said house managers face an uphill battle in trying to convince him to remove president trump nine months before the election in Frankford a controversial voter ID bill has the approval of a Kentucky Senate committee shelter Schroeder vote eyes well that it passes eight to three the state or local government committee approved a measure that would require voters to present a photo ID at the polls it's supported by secretary of state Michael Adams we want to disenfranchise anybody we want to inconvenience anybody I ran on a platform of making it easy to vote and hard to cheat opponents of the bill including the ACLU argue it will create barriers to voting the measure goes to the full Senate three teens in California are dead because a man was mad about a game of Ding dong ditch eighteen year old driver Sergio compass Sato says the man used his car to run them off the road a song rams car into my back and I ate up I whipped into my window and I blacked out the California highway patrol says corona resident on wrong Chandra used his Infiniti sedan to ram the Prius knocking it into a tree three passengers died the driver into other survived the suspect is now facing murder and attempted murder charges after winning three consecutive road games the sixth ranked local cardinals return home to face Georgia tech tonight low of a lead that series against Georgia tech with the cardinals winning the last eight match ups tip off at the KFC yum center is at seven PM pregame is at five thirty your next news update is it to thirty I'm Suzanne Duval these radio eight forty WHAS Kentucky honest breaking news weather and traffic station your shot at.

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KNST AM 790

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"thirties" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"In the upper thirties and for your Thursday sunny with a high of sixty Canisius your shot a one million dollars now takes the nationwide key words noted to order to order you get a confirmation text in about standard data mystery to apply this nationwide contest that's noted two hundred two hundred during Christmas happy holidays and all that all of you from all of us here at the EIB network I am Rush Limbaugh and as always play by play of the news we told you yesterday CNN has an impeachment Poland which they support for impeachment fell among Democrats from ninety percent to seventy seven percent Democrat support for impeachment in the CNN poll fell from ninety percent to seventy seven percent in addition CNN's latest poll found that support for impeachment over all was down nine percent since they hearings in the chef basement hearing room began in addition to that the president's approval number has either held steady or in many polls in has gone up and in fact there's a story today from one of the drive by analysts wringing his hands I can't believe it there hasn't been a president in our lifetimes within a broader number that's been this rock solid ever and it's true trump's approval the matter what Paul you'll catch been anywhere from forty three to forty five percent went over and rash Muscidae hits fifty fifty one well they don't count Rasmussen it's not wired to them in the drive by media but it's actually what what and and the reason that this was causing him ring is they haven't moved it they have a goal of trump's number down they were able to get George W. bush down to the thirties now tokom about six years but it didn't happen overnight you know George W. bush in the fifties after nine eleven and in the high forties in the mid forties low forties and finally in the thirties it took a little time it was a long trend line they haven't even been able to create the downward trend line for trump and they throw everything they've got at every allegation.

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"thirties" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

07:23 min | 2 years ago

"thirties" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thirties yes WBZ Sherilyn bill Recca she's our own person and she's now going to play this game what's that greatly before you before you do that I just like to throw this out there give you asked the question earlier third two Democrats that I like I like I like I love the injury airing okay because he is he is completely different he's got some a fresh new creative ideas and I lake Amy closure although from what I understand when she gets aggravated she throws things are handled my kind of woman so that's a good that's a plus with you well no not really but you know he kind of makes me feel happy do you I I do think they should get ready applause I think they should get rid of the a plus yes today they sell like idiots it's the place it's a waste of time it makes it feel kind like Jerry Springer in there it's cheesy is demeans the hold right exactly talk about the issues toggle which you're going to do for your constituency though stop playing the race card in the the media's cried wolf so many times with their races label which really scary is that at some point a real race is going to come along the media's going to hysterically report that and nobody's going to believe them details I am so sick of hearing that everything and everybody it is not a Democrat is racist I am not racist but by the way I I heard your call last week you know with Pete it let me say this to you I I don't agree with him bill I will spread yeah you he he said that he would he would trust people from other countries to have a yeah I'm glad you I was trying to remember his name revere right don't remember where is really really bad about that he sounded like he felt really bad that he upset you can give me just say this about that yeah you know I we since you brought it up we have to say what the issue was because he was really really nice and he's talking about this and that really nice talking about history he knows knows a lot about history and then he said that he didn't think that anyone and I made make a clear sighted three times anyone from work born in the country I'm friendly to the United States should be able to serve in D. national government because they can't be trusted with the problem was he would remain the one okay that's what that's where I disagree with him you know I I have a friend who is from Somalia although he migrated to Kenya before you came here the easy is really more of a kid you know but you know I I bet but I consider him a friend you know and I've known him a couple years he's the most Christian person I've ever met in my life if you ran for president I would vote for him that that's how highly I think of them you know I would see the you the to to make you know the the the the the not everybody has you know has that experience of that they can meet somebody from a guy country that you know is hostile to us and you know it in and not everybody can afford to travel Bradley was saying you know you were saying you have to you you really ripped Avenue when he was saying you know I I would I would and I said is what his that theory was offensive is what I said that's offensive that's the word I use the fences I would say T. I would say you you because you got so mad at him I I thought I he sounded like he was easily eat like he was so upset that he say you I was in the middle may make allowances for for for people like him his baby baby is is there will be have the financial wherewithal to travel or maybe is a lucky enough you don't no you don't really need to go somewhere no that's not true they're bad they're if they're good people happen to be born in bad places people that come to the United States love the United States become great Americans we we should know what if if if I didn't if I didn't have friends from other countries I'm not sure the the the the that I would feel as Pete does you know me when I'm trying to say to you is make allowances for people so the sometimes you know I mean he may be very knowledgeable what history but maybe his experiences meeting people is limited all kinds of people from all kinds of places around here I don't see how you don't come into contact with some decent human beings I happened to be from countries that have a J. 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J. in Brooklyn's from Iran yeah he is only claim entered here I haven't heard him that much he easy who is he is he a good call already I talk about it but I've never I don't think I've ever actually heard him but I hear calls from other countries called talk radio all the time and some of those people love America more than those of us who were born here the grateful to be here big because they came they came from another system that was impressive so well I'm I'm I'm agreeing with you I would just say to you you know kids baby to make allowances for for people they like Pete because I I don't think he meant any harm I in maybe got flustered to the just seem to be on the radio I kind of way over the edge kind of thing to say really I told I totally disagree with them the sodium the answer to that would be at all right you agree I agree with you but I'm asking you to maybe the you you you you you were I don't know if you realize the B. was so rough with him you know he tried to change the subject to talk about your shingle shot you said I don't have shingles I don't sing he said sorry you have your goals and I was talking about the shingles vaccination when I meet you he was well I I that's what he he got he got very flustered after that maybe he got flustered when you asked him three times what what he was trying to actually say that's what I'm saying to be you know you should try to make allowances you know because you know you're going to have to do is put you on hold again to play the darn game okay all right all right play the game that you play the game I will and Pete revere I do apologize WBZ Boston's news radio CBS news update democratic presidential front runner Joe Biden came under heavy fire over healthcare immigration and criminal justice reform but fought back against the stage full of rivals eager to knock him off his perch during a contentious debate on CNN he had this exchange with Washington governor Jay Inslee we're working we would make sure it's a liberated and no more subsidies for either one of the hooks either way any fossil fuel we we could not we cannot work.

"thirties" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

14:17 min | 2 years ago

"thirties" Discussed on KTRH

"And welcome back. Our final hour with Stephan are Neo as we talk about his work hard times create strong strongmen, again, his website is linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. So seven it doesn't seem like you paint a very positive glowing future for us. Are they things that will be or could be? I think that there there is going to be some positive things, George, obviously, it's just it's just a cycle you go. You go down you go up. If you look at the the last time we had this eighty year cycle, we had World War Two that was a hard and bloody time, but then twenty years after that the nineteen nineteen sixties was a golden time for for America in the west. But you know, if you look at if you look at if we go into charity in twenty twenty six who knows what's going to happen? I mean, it could it could be much harder. I mean, the thing that's happening. Here is things are changing. And and with change. I mean, we have more opportunity technology these days, but when you look at if we do go into tyranny, and we have less freedom. I mean, maybe there will be less opportunity here. But the opportunity always goes somewhere if you look at countries like Russia, Brazil or India, China, those countries are getting more freedom in the west. We're getting less freedom. So there's always opportunity somewhere. I don't know if it's going to be with us. And what would what would push us into tyranny if that happened European? Well, what happens what happens in history, usually the people give up their power, usually how it's done is there some sort of scare or some sort of crisis. And then there's martial law. There's some sort of there's some sort of a government acting. It's almost like the Patriot Act in the United States where the government can do whatever it wants. And then we say, please, please take care of us. And then next thing, you know, you've got a tyrant in charge. And we're back to almost like a king a monarchy, which is how humans have organized themselves for most of history, we've had kings and monarchy's for most of history democracy is very very short history. It's it's very limited. Do you think vents could change that to the point where people are so desperate for help? They will fall into that trap. Well, I mean what good Germany. I mean, Germany in the thirties, they were so broke and so poor. They elected Adolf Hitler. And that was the smartest most advanced country in the world, they had the most scientists they had amazing technology in Germany, and those were very bright people, and they were broke and they were scared, and they were hurting and they elected a complete monster named Adolf Hitler. So we could have the same thing happen here. People get broken scared enough. They could give away all their power to somebody who could be very destructive. But they didn't know he was the monster until he got in there. Well, he he was man of the year twice in the nineteen thirties. Adolf Hitler was very popular guy. And they even liked him in America. I mean in history, we don't talk then bankers back them for crying out loud. Well, exactly what he was a very popular guy. And then, you know, obviously when you lose a war, you're not popular anymore. But it's it's one of those things he was the man he was the strong, man. He was going to save everybody, and and he failed, and and I guess are strong men they overtook him, and and that's how histories written. But the people did give away their power to somebody who had the solution. How can an insane man like Hitler trick the population so much? Well, I you know, what I I don't think he he did so much tricky. And I think the people all had the same hive mind mentality. They were all in all raid. They needed somebody. And the idea had them. They didn't have the idea to idea had them. And I don't I don't really know if. There was much trickery or anything. But if you look at history, they just they couldn't make the war reparation payments. They couldn't make the payments. They didn't have they didn't have any resources after the war, and they had to do something. So they did all that. They could do why in God's name did the they follow him with the horrible genocide of the Jewish people. It was that was. Yeah. That that was people being really broke and really messed up, and you know, what I'm afraid about. Now, Georgia's you know, you look at Venezuela where they they have a complete crisis over there. There's army tanks driving around in the street, and people can't get food and even over in France, there's people rioting and getting violent, and if people when they don't have food, and they don't have money, and they can't survive they start getting violent and doing crazy thing. I have a feeling that's that's being done on purpose to create that environment. Because the same thing is starting to happen in North Korea with this dictator, those people are starving to death. And I'm just wondering if governments even the United States want that to happen. So there's uprising within what do you think? You know, what that's the art of war. And I talk about my book hard times create strong. It's called subversion. And when you subvert the values and destroy the values of your enemy, your enemy will tear himself apart and that's happening in America right now. The American values of Christianity, I've been traded for atheism. And the values of capitalism have been traded for communism, and you've got books like Karl Marx dots copy tells the most red book of economics in the United in the United States universities right now and used to have gender roles. And now you have this blended homogeneously of people that are neither men or women. So we've had a real subversion in the west. And and we've got other people getting subverted. And that's where people go crazy and start doing crazy things. I mean, we got misinformation on the meetings between Kim Jon on and President Trump and nothing's been done if anything it's just as bad. He still launching missiles and testing things, you know, why? Government simply say we're taking off all the sanctions, and we're bringing food to your country. And you know, what we want to build a relationship with you. Why can't we do that? Or is this guy Kim Jon on so nuts, and he may be that we can't deal with them. Well, I think there's more to it than than just that. I mean, there's North Korea's tied up with Russia. They're tied up with their tied up with all sorts of people. And I think that it's not so simple. But on the flip side, I mean, North Korea. I don't think is quite as powerful as people think that it is the they're they're kind of a backward country. Their people are starving and messed up, and they keep them in a black hole where they they're not connected to anybody. So I think they are rogue state, and they're they're in some ways dangerous because you don't know what they're gonna do. But I don't think they actually have as much power as as played up in the media agree. But once they get nukes that gut game could change. Yeah. I mean, obviously any crazy person with a nuke could could change the game. But he also there's too the only people in the world who've ever exploded a new on humans has been the United States. So sure west where the most dangerous killers in the world, like what Trump said, they said, you know, you respect vitamer Putin. He said why respect him, but he's a killer. And Trump said, well, we're the best killers in the world where the United States. So, you know, we're all killers at the end of the day is horrible. As those two nukes were on Hiroshima and Nagasaki it did in the war. And it did save thousands of other American soldiers lives Japanese soldiers too. I mean that war would have went on forever. If if they didn't drop the bombs and bombs bombs are bad and killing people is bad. But also saved a lot of people. So that's just to two sides of the same point. Let's go to the phones Louise's Philadelphia. Welcome to the program. Hi, louise. I'm angel BB. Louise well. Hello angel BB. Louise. George Noory and your guest. I am humbled because this gentleman even though he's a man he sounds like me, but I'm on the low income, and unlike he I did not get says what did he say a very oppressed, and I should be because these people have turned off my electric city for two years 'cause I don't want my meters. And I need the help of a Mark Levin and Sean Hannity because I've been writing Donald Donald John Trump senior since the nineteen eighty in fact, I'm the impetus but make America great again. I'm the impetus for the apprentice. And because of the jealousy on my he have not made lots of money. I've only made minimum wage and yet they're now because my home is value well over five hundred thousand dollars they're trying to beat me up. They've attack my eyes. But I wanna tell them something in the late seventies. When I used to fan. And that is good. But you can't just do it just with water when we had seeds in on just for instance, it was in back to Eden that book. They had said that used on you. Is pre digested. So your stomach and all the three s that's in there. Get a rest, and therefore the energies that would normally be exercise in digesting food, then you can use it for other things, and I'm gonna tell you something they thing I think it was two weeks in the late seventies early eighties. And there is such thing is x Ray vision. I know that taking it out there. But you sound like superman now, well, that's ability and pay attention. They've taken the seeds out of all the vegetables fruits. And this is makes it makes us eating empty calories. Seats back there. The life force of the food. And vegetable let me ask you a quick question angel. Louise, you said you you got a half a million dollar house. But you haven't had electric city for two years. They're using God. This is cool t to manatee California has three billion dollar lawsuit since the paradise explosions. Justice dot org stops might meters dot org. We use might meetings dot com even in Canada. And I was told mount Shasta in California. Their city council had put in an ordinance that they wanted the smart meters to stop being stolen, and you didn't want the smart meters. Put an interesting now, this is a case in point here Stefan of that the possible revolution you've been talking about. What's that sounds like sounds like the governments get into powerful? There is it does always been she's fighting back and the victim is she has no power, no electricity in a house. That's worth a half a million dollars. That's one that's wild next. Joe in Long Island, New York. Hey joseph. Go ahead. Stefan, you could look into L carnitine and read about it on Google Scholar. That might be good for inflammation in that area. That some studies on that right now pretty it's like ten dollars. You know, the supplement good supplement. L carnitine. Yeah. Two people. I want to ask you about one would be Lance Armstrong. I had read an article about him that after he had that falling out with that scandal that he had a big this is the New York Times like a big fancy house with the facts each way. And you know, I guess he wasn't getting the commercials. He had to sell it. And he just left and never looked back. Never want to the place at the end of the article quoted the country's saying lyrics, and it said you've done wrong and a way I wish they didn't expose that, you know, little bit of scandal. But at the same time, I wonder how how someone has that mental mindset mindset where they can just forget the past and just move on. And have that the lockdown on the next thing? Like he did maybe on. In the bike where he would just be a head like if it was made. If I was that good. I'd be like only had a minute about two minutes. I'd be like padding. Honeywell's about also was interesting to me, and the concept of strongman I made because intellectual I think he wrote a lot of books. Read a ton of bucks was read had been the president. And he the guy goes to the jungle and the Amazon in Brazil and did like extreme exploration instead of doing a moderate thing. And I think the story was that he got ill jungle fever or something like that. Or whatever it was. And they said to the people is what just Leamy he'll lead me to, you know, don't even bother, but they got them out. But to me, that's the person that has a strong personality. But he seems all over the map, you know, like you reg, y doing this extreme stuff. So that's about someone that has that all over the map type personality and finally on Jesus that's a tough act. The follow. He walked on water. Swipe to emulate him. And they didn't have to say, but I don't know not all of us can well. Stephan lose any more weight. He would have been able to walk on water to I think, but the do wanna react any of that stuff. Yeah. Well, I think those are all different strong men, and they all have they'll have the qualities. I think that if strength courage mastery and honor, and those are those are masculine virtues. And you know, they're all they're all heroes and men that other men woke up too. So I think you're on the right track..

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