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"One to the one to god the father and that is all jesus christ prayed to god. The father the apostles prayed to god the father. We may also pray. Four other people to god the father but there is no no scriptural examples of prayer for the dead or prayer to the dead and i think it is a practice that has probably came over from paganism because most pagan religions review the dead revere dead ancestors and especially in eastern cultures which ukraine russia are much more eastern We see that reverence of the dead and prayer to the dead is a very common but on biblical thing and so. I think it's so important that we make it clear that as we pray we pray only to god the father. We don't even pray to mary. It's another subject right and and we pray only for those who are living. Now i wanna share with you also about this book. And here's the thing we need to be involved in helping people who are still alive to get into heaven and unfortunately those who are no longer alive. There's nothing we can do to help them. So that's why it's so important. And and when we start focusing all of our attention on praying for in pain for the salvation. Those who've already died. I think that we just lose out on the opportunity to pray for and share the gospel with those who are still alive and so. I think that that's where this book comes in. This isn't really a gospel book. I mean it's not on evangelism but it is on Discipleship and i would say that it is also very important for evangelism. Because what i found. Is that when you have okay. Would you have evangelism without discipleship if eventually becomes weak and the church becomes weak and the church that does well in discipleship creates a foundation for evangelism. As so. that's one of the reasons why in our center called blog today which is called which means evangelism. Today we focus on two aspects evangelism discipleship because we have to have both of those things. Like i often say is the two legs of the church and so one of the reasons why we ended up printing this book. In fact you can find this. I'll put a link to the english version of growing up one of the reasons why we decided to print. This book was because we felt like there was a lack of personal discipleship and a lack of understanding personal discipleship in the churches. And in my experience i found that we tend in our churches to lean towards well. Everything's about the sunday morning service. In and of course that is a very important time but if we that.

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"And so if these spirits oppose the angel in the book of daniel then these spears can impose our soul when leaves the body. And so so the you know especially take this verse to hear. Chapter two fusion's a satan is the ruler of the air and since experience to air. We're going to have to deal with him. He's going to be trying to take us for his own. As we move from our bodies into heaven. Okay now i. I think there's completely wrong when it comes to. What paul was saying here. Paul was talking to these people diffusions to their past life. Life is sin life before they had christ he was not speaking about in the future die. And how would have to move from there to heaven but anyway the other spot that they primarily use is if egypt chapter six where it talks about. The we're talks about. The struggle is not against flesh and blood but against the rulers authorities and powers of darkness so fusions chapter six starting in verse eleven talks about putting on the full armor of god. So that you can stand in the against the schemes of the devil and And then he says for our struggles not against flesh and blood but against rulers against the authorities against the powers this dark world and again spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms therefore put on the full armor of god so that when the day of evil comes you may be able to stand your ground after you're done everything to stand so what they say is this they say is the date of evils the dave your death so paul is talking about preparing yourself for the dave your death so that you can stand against the devil after you die and you can get through these forty days that you need to get through in order to make it into heaven again. I have a big problem with that interpretation again. I believe that paul was talking to the people in emphasis in that church at that time and that is not what he was talking about. He's talking about the evil day. Which is today. I mean evil. They isn't just when you die. The evil day is is today and And then he's talking about standing firm and having truth and faith and the gospel and helmet of salvation prayer and all those things. So those are the two of the primary passages from the bible but for sure the the biggest support that orthodox us for the forty days of the forty day journey of the soul after death in the twenty winters together. Whether they have to go through would be writings. In some of their traditional writings like the book of the life of the revered vasily nova. So that's kind of where they get it from. And i think sad. I think it's sad because again people waste their time their money their energy undoing things like this and not only do i disagree with the interpretation of equations to about being dead in your sins not talking about our death and it's not talking about how the soul has to go through the air in order to get to heaven. It is talking about our previous life before christ but i also disagree with the fact that when you look at scripture there are no places in the old testament or the new testament where we see prayer to the dead or for the dead and i think that the ought to be very clear to us that we are taught to pray to.

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"That go down down down down and so it said these are for prayer only so i thought well i can pray. Why not go down there. And we can pray so. I said nicholas look. There's the entrance to the caves. She'll go down okay so we started going down the stairs and they have to understand very steep stairs and you're basically in this very enclosed space literally about about like this okay Some places you can have to put your head down a little bit and you go down down down and there's another fight going down so we're going down pretty pretty steep pretty far and start feeling. A little claustrophobic honestly knew how far down you are. And having these these walls right next year in fact as they got down to the bottom of the stairs the the tunnel was so narrow. I had to go like this to get through because my shoulders were just a little bit too wide. I think the monks back then were smaller than than most people. Today i think and so we got down there and then of course as soon as you get down there turn the corner in the catacombs and there is a coffin all the coffins have glass tops on them. And you are. You're standing right next to because the keep is only about this wide and thankfully like i said those those guys that live seven hundred years ago. We're not very big. So their coffins are not very big. She can just kinda barely ski by their coffins. But it got down there. And i realized i didn't buy candle is he. You're supposed to buy candles. Always down there candle especially you to hold your candle. And i didn't even think about it and they do not have a single electric light in these keys. Only thing that lights is candles will thankfully they had some candles in there. Every coffin that we passed had two or three candles and only place that there was any candles they were just sitting there were where the coffins were. She could kind of make your way through the caves by the coffins and we got down there and of course nicholas who's eleven he turned to me I'm scared can..

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02:21 min | Last month

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"But i think that it does point to a deeper problem and that is that we tend to focus on all these sort of outward issues forgetting that the most important thing that we need to focus on is what i say over and over and over again is just two things. It is evangelism discipleship. Let that be the dna of your church. Because that's the the decry scape right. Great commission go. Nate disciple evangelism discipleship. Teaching them to do all it is teaching. It is fellowship service. That's the dna has to be the da every single church so i think that we can take a good lesson from this in maybe focused less on church style design design of a name and kind of dna that we're going to force upon a church and just focus on this thing. That christ has called us to our friends. That is it for this episode of the gospel today. Hope that you were blessed by if you were let me know something comets a note and questions always would love to hear go to super family dot org slash asked and of course as always. We appreciate your support. We are here in ukraine because this port of many of our brothers and sisters in christ we want to say. Thank you for that. And you'd like to join team really blessed and grateful or is going to try and keep doing all that we can.

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07:19 min | Last month

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"God's glory all right so that's afghanistan. Let's talk also just for a couple of minutes about corona virus. And i'll just tell you briefly you know where we are. We had cova did in early. May our whole family. And because of that actually. We're very grateful to be able to have it get through. It didn't really suffer many side effects just sick for a few days and then got better especially with the kids. It was just a couple of days honestly so we have decided not to be vaccinated. And i think that's a personal decision that everyone can make but we decided not to be vaccinated. We figured that we have antibodies because we had govan. And and so. Let's not complicate things by by doing a vaccination as well that being said it seems like a lot has just gonna ridden on this you know vaccinated or not vaccinated and i do think that vaccination could help in some circumstances and i think in many circumstances. It probably doesn't really help that much but the most important thing that i think. Is we look at this one. We'll gospel perspective. Here that icy coming up over and over again whenever in watching the news is is just the aspect of fear. Corona viruses put fear into so many people's hearts and as believers. We need to guard against this. We should not be living in fear. And in fact when i was home i remember a few months ago. My and this is actually before my mom got couvet later. She got cova but we had a friend of the family. Come over show relative. And oh i don't want to get too close and amongst oh we're not afraid of krona virus and she said well you know i know people have died in my most. Oh we're not afraid of. I said well okay. That's that's a good way to put. It doesn't mean we shouldn't have cautioned certain circumstances. We should but you know there is a point where we have to say. We need to live this life. When you'd live for god's glory fully and and we need to live without fear. And so i think that as i look at our response to krona virus it is fear that so often causes us to do things or to stop doing things that we should do. Either do things. We shouldn't or stop doing things that we should do. I'm reminded first or second timothy. To seventeen where paul tells timothy god has gives a spirit of fear but of power and love and self control and dow was very applicable to timothy. Who could have been in situations that persecution and physically dangerous situations and certainly for paul as well. We see a boldness in paul. The he did not fear even to lose his life. And so as we look at this. I think it's so important that we not allow fear to be are driving factor but rather trust and when i say trust i mean trust that god will keep us safe if we get corona virus. If you choose to get the vaccine trust that god will keep you safe from any side effects from the vaccine. And we'll still keep you safe from the corona virus and that if you get krona virus that god will bring you safely through it or if you suffer complications or you die from it. The god will bring you safely to him and so we need to stand really strong in that as believers and i kind of try to avoid a little bit. The should've axe nature not acting. Like i said we've decided not to vaccinate. But i don't i don't view that as something. I'm going to argue with with you or anyone else on for a long time. Because i want to focus more on this idea fear. Let's let's not allow fear to control us and let's not lose our peace. As as believers it also reminds me of what jesus said to the disciples in john chapter fourteen as he comforted them before he was gonna leave them remember. He says. do not let your heart be troubled. Believe in god we also believe also in me peace. I leave with you my peace. I give you not as the world gives you. Do i give you let not your heart be troubled. Neither let them be afraid. So if you find yourself constantly thinking about cova nineteen constantly afraid that you might get the virus maybe keeping you up at night keeping you from having regular interaction with people that you need to be talking with and fellow shipping with keeping you from going to shirt church keeping you from sharing the gospel with others. That need to be around. That is when. I think we need to check our fear and put it at the feet of jesus and say hey this is not right. I need to be free of this fear and you know it is only jesus that can really free us from that. Fear and i think that's why we see an unbelieving world such hysteria panic and anxiety about crow virus. God did not mean for us to live in our separate little enclosures. He met for us to be together. So don't let fear get you. I had a number of other points here. But i think i just want to leave it with that Also i think that we can say let's not forget we're all gonna face death right. This life is terminal and you get co vigil. Probably live through it but just life is still terminals. Let couvin viewing mind of that. This life is terminal. We all have a terminal illness. It's just a matter of time okay. friends That is what i want to share with you today on this episode of the gospel today. If you would like to subscribe you can do it on youtube or on i tunes or whatever use for android to subscribe to podcast. It will be out there our try to get these out. Also you can check us out on super family dot org and find out how you can support the ministry. We are here because of the faithful support of men and women who believe god is doing. Believe how he's working tearing with. Thank you so much for that..

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"Wars. We've left. The united states is left afghanistan. Soviet union was there for ten years From i think about nine hundred seventy nine till nineteen eighty eight somewhere around there. They left we came by ten years later. We were there for twenty years. We left now. The taliban is in control. And i'm not saying that. That's a good thing i really don't think it is a good thing. I think there's a lot of difficulties of the people in afghanistan going to be going through now because of that but looking at it from biblical perspective. We should not be surprised by this. There will be wars. The world is not getting better secondly as we look at this with a biblical perspective. I think that we need to remind ourselves that. Us democracy in political ideas can't save the world. And i'm not getting. I'm not saying that the us should have in different political system or the democracies terrible or something like that. I'm just saying it can't save the world. it is not the ultimate solution to evil. And so when you have evil in place we can't expect to just put on top of that some sort of a system of government and then put it into play and say okay. Everything's going to be good now because we have not eradicated. Evil evil is not is inherently not a political system. It is it is part of the heart of man and so without the regenerating effects of the gospel. What we see is that all political systems will eventually become corrupted and used for evil purposes even democracy. Okay and i sure we can find many examples in the united states now or people hughes democracy for some sort of evil purposes again. I'm not saying that the democracy is a bad system. I think it's a good system. Okay but we have to understand its role. Okay so where you have like in the united states we have a strong biblical foundation. And you had a strong christian foundation and then put democracy on top of that. It's gonna beautiful. But i would even that where you have a strong christian value system and belief as a foundation for a country that you could take other systems of government and put it on there and it would probably still work pretty well because underneath it. You have people that are honest. That are hard working caring for each other. That are loving their neighbors. That are taking care of each other. And that provides the foundation for to keep it to keep it going so again let. Let's look at some scripture here. I would put here some forty six versus three through six. Which simply says do not put your trust in princes in human beings who cannot save when there's spirit departs. They returned to the ground on that very day. Their plans come to nothing. Blessed are those whose help is in the god of jacob whose hope is in the lord their god he's the maker of heaven and earth the sea and everything in them. He remains faithful forever. Well that is set so needed for us today as we look at the political system in the us. Is we look at the political system in afghanistan as i look at the political system in ukraine or whatever country. You may be in remember this. Let's not put our trust and princes that doesn't mean we shouldn't participate in elections and things like that. Yes let let's do that. Let's try to have somebody that is going to uphold righteousness injustice in those places but ultimately. Let's put our trust in god. He is the one who can provide true change in the hearts of people and then also own a mission here that i think of that. Dennis prager said recently. I would suggest for you to watch to try and put a link there in the podcast notes or in the video description but something. Dennis prager said recently. I watched his one of his fireside chats and he was actually against pulling out of afghanistan and he said that listen to up this is very heavy paraphrase but something that uphold justice and peace and do the right thing thing he said this. There should be no time limits on doing the right thing. Okay because the argument for why the us pull out was been there twenty years so well. So what is the right thing. It's the right thing and as believers in jesus christ. That is something that i think is so important for us to remember because we're so tempted to make decisions based upon the immediacy of whatever it is that we want but the whole asked the whole aspect of the gospel. The gospel is about making a statement of belief and bleeding in something. That is right because it is right. Even though it's not going to get you what you let's say you want immediately. What i mean by. That is what. Peter says. That the in first peter that god is holding that the salvation forced completion of our salvation force in heaven. So wouldn't put our faith in christ now we don't necessarily get heaven right. We don't get having. We have to wait for it but we do it. Because it's right we believe because it's right because it's true and so this kind of this principle applies to things like afghanistan. If it's a right thing to do that we should do it. Even if we don't necessarily get the results that we want because it's a right thing to do and that is so so important for us to remember as believers that we do the right thing not because it gives us what gets what we want. Not because it's it. It's fun or interesting because right and god said it's right and so we can apply the afghanistan to okay and i just a final thought on afghanistan. And that is i. Don't think that we should just throw our hands up as believers and say well afghanistan is not our country so whatever happens in afghanistan happens in afghanistan. I'm not gonna worry about it. Because there's nothing i can do first of all as believers were not isolationist. Okay we care about the nations of the world. We deeply care about the nations of the world because we want them to know christ and we want them to worship christ and so we know. Throw our hands up and just said well whatever happens there happens there What can we actually do as believers of course we can pray. We should pray. Our church has been praying for afghanistan. And i think that there are some practical things now that we can do. I heard recently. That ukraine is actually accepting afghan refugees. Maybe in your city in your area. They're accepting afghan refugees. Is there any way you can help. You can show them the love of christ and then of course we need to think about our brothers and sisters in christ where left in afghanistan. What kind of help might they need. How can we pray for. How can we maybe support them. What can we do and again. I don't have all the answers to this. I will put a link into to our mission and some things are mission insane ways. Our mission gives to help. Maybe that would be something that you can do. But let's think practically about how we can use this for for the good of the god of sorry the good of the gospel.

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"today" Discussed on Trapping Today

Trapping Today

03:11 min | 2 months ago

"today" Discussed on Trapping Today

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"today" Discussed on Trapping Today

Trapping Today

04:45 min | 2 months ago

"today" Discussed on Trapping Today

"Two to a site i mean every single one of those is no longer in existence today and the reason is people get excited. I've done this with other businesses. That i've started and and ideas that that never really panned out People got started. They put a bunch of time and effort into it. They weren't seeing the results that they necessarily needed to keep them going. They had other ideas. It wasn't a quick burst of success. Like they expected they hit something called the dip. The dip is where the newness the excitement the motivation wears off and Vast majority of people quit during the dip in order to be successful. If you look back in. Seth talks about all successful businesses and companies that have been have met with some incredible success almost invariably those have been companies and individuals who have pushed through the dep recognizing that there is huge potential on the other side. And the reason there's so much potential on the other side is because the dipa so hard and the dip kind of filters out all the people that weren't willing to work and push through the debt When you get to the other side you pretty much. The only one left standing because everybody else tried and went through tough times and didn't want to continue. They either lost interest. They got bored or they realized they weren't good enough. A lot of people just aren't skilled enough To be to be the best in in their particular area of interest People dropped out. And then when you get the other side you're the only one left. That's that's still cranking along whether it's developing a product Sales a website podcast of business company. whatever When you make on the other side of the dip there can be huge award there. The interesting thing though I kind of i. I always paid attention to that. First description of the depth in the concept of pushing through and knowing that there is a reward on the other.

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"today" Discussed on Trapping Today

Trapping Today

05:54 min | 2 months ago

"today" Discussed on Trapping Today

"And he said he said well. You shouldn't think about it that way you know. I was discouraged. Because i was thinking man. I just i grew so fast and then i stopped growing and he said you need to think about is is not the the lack of an audience. He said you need to think about. That's a thousand people that it's it's almost like having pretend you have a thousand people sitting in a room in front of you. That's that's who you're talking to you right now when you're according the show so that was that that was kind of a little bit eye opening for me because it added a little bit more meaning to doing the show and and realizing the the word was spreading in just realizing that the the potential effect i was having through communicating over the podcast. A lot of. I met a lot of great people as a result of this show. It's it's been a pretty pretty incredible. Probably the most notable would be my friend jim firm and up in alaska and And you know that was just a incredible opportunity to to get to know him and you get to go and spend some time up there. And i hope to continue to do I get to talk with a lot of famous trappers. And famous people who happen to trap Another friend tyler selden From the last alaskans Famous guys dan's ray. From men so a lot of great people a lot of people in the trapping industry that that we all know and a lot of people that we none of us knew before and improbably would never get to know and people like Pat from massachusetts invents from washington and And several other guys like that. I got to reconnect with my friend. Josh up in alaska through through the podcast events is kind funny. The other day in texas v said said that he was at a convention there in washington and A guy he's talking to a guy and he introduced himself and he's guy said vint. Are vince from the trapping today. Podcast in there. Several vince several instances that were guys have have recognize each other at conventions Through the show so that's just awesome. That's areas cool so there. There's a lot of a lot of really good things have come from this show Just putting things into perspective I wanna see growth I thrive on growth That is kind of the thing. That personally motivates me. They talk about a lot of different things and motivate people in life and different people. Different personality types are motivated by different things and My motivation primarily momentum. I wanna be continuing to grow and improve and get better and get more effective and be more successful And and so. I need that. I need that. In order to stay motivated.

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"today" Discussed on Stronger Today

Stronger Today

05:50 min | 3 months ago

"today" Discussed on Stronger Today

"In your your. You know your medical issues. Because i walked out of so many doctors offices in because they weren't helping me in us. Gosh there has to be somebody somewhere there. There has to be other ways to heal. There's natural ways to heal. That had been going on forever. So you know it dove into that and finally i would say you know that girl four years ago. That was very afraid. I i would tell her today that i'm proud of her. And if i could have came from the future to tell her i would. I would tell her. Just never give up. Never give up fighting for you. Yeah that was something you had mentioned in another interview. We were in together. That was kind of less that came from your grandma right. That was something she instilled in you. Yes she did yes she definitely does. She was a tough woman. She really really tough and it really helped me get through a lot of things in life. I've had a lot of things in in my My world and my journey through this life that have been extremely hard and a lot of loss and a lot of heartache and pain and in that lesson she taught me has carried me through for the longest time. Because i knew what she meant because i watched her do it and i watched other women do it and i watched gino mom beat cancer. My sister be cancer..

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"today" Discussed on WEB RADIO TODAY

WEB RADIO TODAY

08:21 min | 9 months ago

"today" Discussed on WEB RADIO TODAY

"Okay you can slow it down but don't stop. Yup let's spend another minute or so cooling down movements a lesson towns and you're slowly bring in your heart rate down to a slower rate after that many workout. My goal during season two of web radio today is to help you use all of the elements of our disease fighting and fitness model to make twenty twenty one the absolute best year of your life. We have folks listening to this podcast right now who are at very different stages of health and physical fitness. Some of you are are very healthy and fit. Others are a little out of shape maybe overweight or or haven't been taking real good care of themselves. Some of our listeners are fighting one of those terrible diseases that attack. Us baby boomers in our in our older years. Heart disease bone disease. Stroke cancer diabetes. We have listeners. Currently battling those diseases other listeners are like me we have just successfully for now anyways defeated one of those diseases and we realized that we don't want to come back all of us. We want to do everything we can to keep ourselves healthy and free of disease. Any of our listeners have decided that twenty twenty one is going to be a new beginning and they're planning to take steps to get and stay in shape and get and stay healthy so that they can live law happy and disease free lives. It's for all those reasons to help folks and all those different stages of of health and fitness that web radio today was created. The cornerstone of this podcast. Is the web radio today. Disease fighting and fitness model combining faith diet exercise positive attitude positive imagery music and research combining all of those seven elements together to form the web radio today disease fighting and fitness model on future episodes. This we're going to deal with each of those elements in some pretty deep detail. But right now if you haven't done so already and even if you have by by way of review let's put a plan together. A mansion earlier in the podcast that i was thinking about adding a new elemental or maybe a sub element to our disease spotting and and fitness plan. One of my new year's twenty twenty one resolutions is to start journaling. Because i was reading. Where just by writing down three sentences a day you can vastly improve your attitude your mental health and your productivity and we are all about improving your health the article that i read stated that if you write down just these three sentences everyday but you're going to greatly improve your attitude your day your overall wellbeing. Those three sentences are number one. What will you focus on today. Friday down number two one sentence. What are you especially grateful for today. Crowded down and number three. I like this one. What will you let go off today. Right down what that is. Everybody is journaling daily. Journaling i'm gonna do some additional research on this connection between journaling and its effect on our wellbeing and then on next friday's episode you and i we're going to spend the entire episode talking about journaling and how it can improve our attitude which will improve our wellbeing and and and if you're well beings other odd place is going to help you stay healthy before anybody gets started with the web radio today disease fighting and fitness program. It's important to set some goals. Which will not only measure your progress. But also kinda served a motivate you along the way you need to make those goals. Gigantic super sized them gigantic big goals. And then you take those super big goals one big goal for each one of our seven elements and then you break each of those gigantic goals down into measurable data points or signposts along the way now. If you haven't set your health and fitness goals yet why did you do that this week. Let's make that your homework assignment. If you haven't done it already set your goals for each of the seven elements of the web radio today disease fighting and fitness model a big gigantic super sized goal for faith one for diet exercise one forgetting that positive attitude in place. One four guided imagery music. How you use music to make yourself feel better and get healthy and one for knowledge if you just started listening to web radio today at the start of season two or if you. You haven't done this already if you're unfamiliar with what each of those elements represents listen to those broad strokes audio bursts their web radio today. Listen to them so that well some that you can get a good understanding of what we're talking about with each one of those elements. You need to do that before you set those goals. Once those big gigantic super sized goals are in place. Then break those goals down to perhaps five as much as ten if you want measurable objectives for each one of those elements. What's the objective. How you gonna know when you've achieved it. How you gonna measure your success and then once you have those golson and those objectives in place you're going to be able to use the elements of the web radio today disease fighting and fitness model to get yourself in shape fight off prevent and deal with disease and live a long healthy and happy life. We will go into much more detail on each of those elements on future episodes this season but for now everybody. I can't emphasize this enough. If you're not familiar with those elements you weren't with us during last season. Make sure that you listen to those broad strokes audio bursts you can listen to all of them and less than ten minutes and web radio. Today dot com. Click.

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"today" Discussed on WEB RADIO TODAY

WEB RADIO TODAY

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"today" Discussed on WEB RADIO TODAY

"If you want to do that work out again sometime. I've I've separated it as an audio burst and you can go to web-radio today.com click on the audio burst page and this work out. It'll be web radio today audio burst number 25, you can download it then and keep it and and do it whenever you want that audio burst song by the way at Webb radio today.com contains a lot of short segments from the various web radio today episodes sort of a web radio today Greatest Hits home page that page just has a lot of short segments from different web radio today episodes and you can listen to them right there on the web radio today audio burst page or you can download them and and listen to them whenever you want. And of course there there's no charge. Everything is free at Webb radio today.com that page contains all dead. Workouts we've done in the past the guided imagery sessions that we've done. They're all there on the audio burst page at.

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"today" Discussed on WEB RADIO TODAY

WEB RADIO TODAY

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"today" Discussed on WEB RADIO TODAY

"Your Diet benchmarks. That'll work together with your heart training and strength training benchmarks to give you effective tracking of how you're doing with your diet and your fitness goals as I mentioned on an earlier podcast. We're GONNA get really deep into the weeds on. Diet and fitness on future web radio today. Podcasts I'm not gonNA recommend any specific Diet plan for you. I'll talk with you on a later episode about the Web Radio Today Diet Pyramid. There's just there's just way too much controversy with all the different Diet plans you got to pick. What work specifically for you. Also you gotta look at Diet as not going on a diet but as a way of life as far as eating and fueling your body goes at some point in one of our future episodes I'll analyze specifically a couple of those diet plans that are out there but just start now. My recommendation is well. Just a start looking at what you're eating and and your portion size and everybody all you out there in your sixties and seventies and beyond if you're fighting a disease if you WANNA prevent a disease man diet looking at what you eat what you put into your body. It is so critical to staying healthy. I think it would be a good idea if if you could go to the library or in some way. Get a hold of these two books. The first one is called you the owner's manual and then the second one. Is You on a diet? They're they're both books that Dr Oz is involved in now have links to both of these books as well as audio versions of these books on the library page web radio today DOT COM if you purchase books from Amazon Dot Com by clicking on the links on our library page at Web Radio Today Dot Com. You're helping me with with some of the hosting and and distribution costs for the web radio today podcast time is is starting to slip away on this episode. I thought that we would be able to set goals today for the remainder of of the disease fighting and fitness model elements but looking at the clock. And and where? We are so far in this episode of afraid. We're not going to be able to make it through all of them on today's episode. I don't want to exceed myself. In opposed thirty minute. Time limit for each episode. Don't exceed that by too many minutes so I've decided that we'll what we'll do. We'll look at the at the attitude elements on this episode and then jump into the positive imagery element will do that on the next episode. Now though let's welcome back. Joe College for the featured saw on the May twenty second episode of Number Six of Web radio today and then after the song will look check. Your attitude enjoy Joe Collins.

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"today" Discussed on Trapping Today

Trapping Today

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"today" Discussed on Trapping Today

"Back in the first shed this is the trapping today podcasts. And I'm your host, Jeremiah would thank you so much for being here in. It is great to be here is a little bit tiring to be here because it's about eleven o'clock PM on Saturday night and been outside working for about fourteen hours. There's something about this time of year. You know, we always joke that here northern Maine and other northern climates. We spend most of our summer getting ready for winter. Winter takes up a good portion of the year. And when spring guns we start getting ready for winter again. So that's kind of what I'm doing. Bunch of firewood today, worked on tractor did a bunch of maintenance tasks with the tractor to get it ready to do other work that will prepare us for winter. I sold some cattle and finally get some beaver pelts shipped off to some leftover pelts that I had. From this winter, and spring trapping, and hopefully, those are going to a good home and going to be used to make some pretty neat look in beaver knits. So the trapping today podcast is brought to you by cots brothers. Lures. K. A. T. Z B, R O, S dot com. Cots with two as it's great to have those guys on a sponsor's. You've heard from Kyle in the past several episodes, and I appreciate having him on hope to have him on again. They have books. DVD's lures, baits traps, and a whole variety of other trapping spies. So check them out and support guys that support the podcast..

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"today" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

3D Printing Today

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"today" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

"We really appreciate it. And also, thank you for your support on itunes with your reviews. We really appreciate the the reviews. Thank you. Let's see if you've got a tip question or potential candidate for thing of the week. Please don't hold back. Send us an Email. Senate to info at three D printing today dot com. T H R E E letter d printing today dot com, you can also post on our page on Facebook three D printing today. Three separate words. The number three three d you can also go on our Google group. Three D printing chips and tricks on goo groups, just go onto Google type in groups, and then there's a search field type in three D, printing tips and tricks. Okay. So I've got the thing of the week this week. And this thing actually comes from stuff I've saved from quite a while ago. This is actually. From thing. Averse in January of twenty thirteen. Let me get the thing number for you guys. The name of the thing is Stanford's Lucy. And this is the same source of things as the fairly famous Stanford bunny that you you probably have seen if you've ever used mesh mixer as the Stanford three D printing a three D scanning repository. Yes. So so let's see this thing is on thing. Averse for one nine three nine and came to us, by an end user who's handle is Julian m. Let's see Julian m there's no full name on there. Unfortunately, so all we know about Julian m is Julian 'em, and that's it. But we do know the original source of Stanford's Lucy comes from Stanford university's computer graphics lab, which has its own library of things which I highly recommend. And really that's the thing of the week is the Stanford computer graphics lab because these guys really got into analyzing and studying capturing capturing items with photographic tree. And that's what this object actually is. And and this capture list the initial capture of this was done. There's an article showing what appears to be this statue being being scanned in a lab at Stanford. And the a date on the article is November twenty seventh nineteen ninety eight interesting that was a well ahead of the curve the. Fact that they got such good results even back then now this particular object is a statue of an angel. We don't know the source of the statue, it looks like a garden art sort of sort of angel because they actually have physically had the statue in their in their lab. So it looks just like a relatively inexpensive reproductions. It's more than just a very beautiful statue on its it like other statues that we three D prints such as winged victory. The the Nike statue from some theories, it has flowing flowing curbs in X Y that really test a three printers resolution in X Y, not just Z. And in particular, I found the result quite appealing my mother-in-law loved it. I printed a nice big win for her. My wife loved that white. It's a beautiful thing to print, and it's really not that hard to print. They in in the thing of post if you look carefully some. Someone I think Julian m separated the arm so that it prints separately. So that it prince a lot easier with less support material I was able to print it years ago back in twenty thirteen fairly easily the first time, so I suggest this is a print that looks like it's hard. But it actually is actually not that hard. And the result is quite impressive. So yeah, it's like it's like printing. The winged victory except that it has a head and arms to. Yeah. But lots of beautiful flowing robes and details in the feathers and stuff. So. Yeah. It's a it's a nice. It's a nice print. So let's see what's coming up on the show next time around next time. We talk about new topa, tools, ho. Yeah. And then we're going to talk about setting up the diamond hot end. And we talk about the flash forge creator Z arm upgrade. So I think that's it. Right. Thanks for listening.

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