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Fresh update on "moses" discussed on Mark Simone
"I'm okay. Good morning, Mark. How are you? Good. Hey, what? What is going on with their friend Clive Davis, Uh, Bell's palsy. You know, uh, Clive is, uh, such a superstar and you know, he's in his eighties. And we think of him as you know, an Olympian. But he's a human being. And he got Bell's palsy, which a lot of people probably know about. It's not, You know a fatal disease, but it zip affect your facial muscles, so he's taking six weeks off. Being the biggest record mogul in the world at he's gonna have to postpone his Grammy pre Grammy Night party on the Zoom. So that's a bit of a disappointment. But he'll be back in May or June. And then a lot of another big event. Go to the doctor. Today is basically steroids. It's very curable. So how does he do that? Great Because that's crazy parties, 6000 people crammed into a ballroom. How do you do that on zoom? You know, he's evil. I'm already a couple of weeks ago. They did one, um, just to see how I would work on the interviewed. He had a 2000 people on the call he had about 700 celebrities. He interviewed about 15 different superstar musicians, including Bruce Springsteen, and it was amazing, and I went out for five hours. On he did. The whole thing was. He was like Larry King on steroids. And and it was just terrific. Really Just beautiful. So I said, I think maybe he wore himself out from during that he needs a break. Um, but but he'll be back. I spoke to him yesterday and his voice sounds fine. So it's just the thing with the facial muscles and you don't want to be on, um Syria and assume when you don't look so good, you know, but he's great, and he'll be back. Better than ever. Hey, um Mia Farrow Woody Allen. What, baby? You know, do a document such an old story? Why would HBO even bother with that now? You know, I think HBO was looking for some tabloid headlines. They're looking for ratings. It's a different HBO than there used to be, you know, has different owners and unfortunately They really went to this thing, and it didn't do very well on Sunday night. Only got about 400,000 viewers. It was they didn't buy. Wait. I just wanna take it was beaten by something from the weather Channel. Do they know that nobody under fifties ever heard of Woody Allen and Mia Farrow know and also the people over 50 don't want to hear this story anymore. Because story is full of holes. It never made sense in the first place. Pedophile, But you know, we've We've had plenty of stories about pedophiles and sexual predators. In the last few years. They have multiple victims. This is one time One instance in Woody Allen for life, and it came after a custody fire fight began between him and the affair. Oh, and it's another unbelievable story. It's riddled with holes, and Mia has brainwashed her kids over the last 30 years. They were too small to know except that her older one of her older kids, Moses Farrow, Wrote a very compelling us a couple of years ago, saying that none of this was true. He's actually become friends with Woody again after mistress split them up. And, uh and so, But, you know, the whole thing is very questionable and terrible because It's not just Woody, who's being hurt by this. It's his wife, Sonny, who's he's been with for 28 years. Think of it, and they have to, uh, daughters that they adopted as babies who are now in their 2020 or so in college. Great girls. And they have to listen to this about their father s. So it's very hurtful that MIA foul continues to wage this war goes with me after all these years. Well, she has this image of being such an angel. But from my experience with Mia Farrow, I wouldn't trust her for a second. I don't know about you. Well, how about the fact that her brother just got out of jail in Maryland after seven years? For child molestation have a fact that she adopted 11 kids and three of them tragically have died too. And more suicides. None of this is mentioned in this documentary on HBO. They make it seem like now, and here's the part. Of course, that'll interest you her marriage to Frank Sinatra..
Fresh update on "moses" discussed on Steve and Ted
"The other the documentary It's coming out the Woody Allen Suni. I know off the Air Steve Macintosh, rolled his eyes about that yesterday and said, it's a 30 year old story. The deal. Well, guess what. It had the biggest premiere ratings on HBO and two years HBO's latest Docuseries Allen versus Pharaoh Re opening the case of alleged sexual molestation of Dylan Farrow premiered to a little more than one million viewers. That is the biggest premiere for the cable ER in almost two years. That number includes all HBO platforms. The last time HBO saw those numbers was with the case against ADM. Non science based on the popular serial podcast. The dock, which features Pharaoh Dylan and Ronin forced the accusations into the spotlight once again. As a result, Moses Pharaoh's 2018 s a trend it and it. Moses, who was present that day, defended his father and accused his mother of abusing and brainwashing him and his brothers and sisters, Michelle Pelino Fox. News. Thanksgiving must be a treat at their house, huh?.
Fresh "moses" from Mornings on Maine Street
"Checking out sports brought you about how our brothers after a power and hardware. Here's Caleb. Thanks Bill. Georgia and Georgia Tech. Both picked up big Conference wins last night. The dog's got the first triple double in program history. It came from severe wheeler. They beat l s u 91 78 Tech. Meanwhile, upset number 16 Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, 60 69 to 53 Moses, Right, lead the way for the jackets. With 26 points, including 17 in the second half. Former Gainesville head football coach Bruce Miller has taken the head coaching position at Lanier Christian Academy. Miller retired, is the Red Elephants head coach After the 2017 season, he has 225 career wins as a head coach of won a state title with Gainesville in 2012. He has since held assistant coaching jobs at Lakeview Academy. Flowery Branch and West Hall and Tiger Woods is recovering in the hospital and underwent a lengthy surgery yesterday after being in a single vehicle rollover crash in Los Angeles in a statement U. C L, A doctor said would suffered significant leg.
Luxury car brand Jaguar to go all-electric by 2025
"Struggling luxury auto brand Jackie what is to be fully electric by twenty twenty five jugular Land Rover which is owned by Indians talk to Moses hopes the move will help turn around the fortunes of the eighty six year old cop run that for many epitomizes Klaas but his struggled in recent years the switch to an electric future will bowl moving competition from the constant from which factory east of the central England city of Birmingham the nearby so you how the British car industry's lobby group says the announcement was an injection of confidence into the sector and that the government should help the industry could become a global leader Charles the last month London
Canaan Unconquered - Rachel Havrelock
"And kinda interested in talking about the person joshua. He's the title character of this book and he himself from my understanding of scholarly work on biblical criticism or otherwise. He himself has a story like an origin story. That some people think is kind of a retrospection where like after the fact. He's put into the torah in a way that he may not have always been there. And what i'm referring to is specifically. His glory story is that he's one of the two folks in the twelve spies story that goes into the promised land and says This is great all the other ten folks. All land is terrible. Joshua caleb are on the good side that god likes and because it's the land that they're supposed to go to am. I right in my understanding of that. How scholars look at that person joshua and to what extent to we learn more about him in talking about the book that's named after him. Joshua indeed has a book named after him but is one of the flatter hand more hollow biblical characters. I mean for readers. Go in sequence so you know redo romney in which moses in vary tragic psychological terms wrestles with his impending death. And you know even with the existential reality of death itself. so we're going through it moses psyche and when we can turn out of the penza out of the five books of moses when we opened the book of joshua we have an entirely flat character. You know joshua is really characterized by his obedience and interestingly enough has no title right once called the servant of god is not labeled a profit is not labeled a judge is not labeled a king. I mean we get the news of general because he leads these battles but he doesn't even have a title biblical literature does have great literature and just have complex characters. Josh was not one of them. And you can't really do. A lot of psychological depth with an icon in joshua right becomes an icon of this army of this ancient near right to really kind of like a strobe of what i would call. Ancient national is now. I believe that the book of joshua is ultimately synthesized by a group of editors that we call the or novelists they are the ones that are also very smart editors so joshua ends up becoming a kind of a tool that the nommik editors really use to kinda. We've eras together and also to contain a kind of perfect model right. They wanna leader in their language. Who neither the left nor the right right who keeps torah. You know kind of the cuff at all times. And so they give joshua authority by putting him back the times of most read someone who experienced the whole exodus and even while being a member of this desert generation right the generation of the liberated slaves joshua and his spy buddy caleb right are portrayed is the only two who believe in going to war in this land. So i think that's right. I think the shooter anonymous create joshua to be an icon of the kind of unity to which they aspire and one more piece that all add to your question about joshua and caleb who again are depicted is these faithful spies who go against the will of their generation. I love it kinda that the liberated slaves don't want to go to war. I feel like we haven't done enough to really like reclaim that biblical antiwar position expressed by that generation. But you know. John lewis show like i said he's a. He's a tutoring nommik creation. But there's a lot of northern stuff going on with joshua and caleb is a southern figure just as these editors could really say we've always been at war with canaanites. Their system could also absorb later alliances. So kayla who. This southern figure is a canoe. He's a kennedy and the candidates are ultimately a group that gets absorbed under the tribe of judah the twelve tribes structure is very good at pointing to those people who are on the outside who jumped. Don't join the alliance and saying those e mites those canaanites those jebusites there are enemies. But it's also good at absorbing groups that might join the alliance at their own pace and saying. Oh well that's caleb. He's the head of the kennedy clan and that's a sub family of judah so so both things are possible for trying to account for political alliances. Can we situated some of what you're talking about in some sense of historical time to understand sort of when the actual events that are being responded to her happening versus the time where the story is set. What's going on geopolitically. And the time of the israelites when they are making all these alliances. And then if i understand the approximate timeframe here they're basically writing and rewriting these stories that are functionally taking place around five hundred years earlier. Right i mean the so. It almost becomes like their writing and rewriting and massaging this almost like mythic prehistory. It's not just like they're telling a story from fifty years ago differently. They're telling a story from five hundred years ago differently. I'm just curious if you could give us some sense of what was actually going on in in their world at that time that was motivating them to do all this so yes. Speaking about time wine this is the kind of thing. Bible scholars go to conferences to fight of out. So let me kind of breakdown this picture together with a time line let me start somewhere with is a very important piece of poetry and it's important because because of how it serves as a historical in and that's song of deborah and the song of jabra with we believe based on its grammar and syntax is one of the oldest texts in the bible and some people even speak about the year twelve hundred bc. Jabra sings about a war and she sings that some tribes came and fought in the war in some sat home so she disparages the tribes who sat home and she sings the praises of the tribes who k. That's very important to me because it shows that the success or failure of a given tribe in war depended upon their allies. Were so we see major major motivation for these processes of consolidation. Many scholars have shown how end the nine eight century. B c e you've got these policies of consolidating clans in schreiber's into something that looks like a pro donation. This is happening in the region. And it's about war you know. Because if you're national formation right if or if you're a bunch of tribes and you've got a consolidated federation of people's you're gonna lose but then we get you know eighth century b. c. e. the rise of empires in particular syria and the threat of assyria marching. You know or the egyptian empire has its second wind around this time. It's that process. That i think gets people thinking we've got come up. You know with a larger scale organization in army. And so josh. Shaw gives this army which is kind of being configured in real time it gives this army kind of heroic prehistory behind which people can march. And so it means you know that it works and doesn't work because the syrian army takes out the northern kingdom the kingdom of israel in seven twenty two but ends up sparing the kingdom of
How the Virtual Office Could Replace the Physical One
"It's another monday in the world of remote work depending on. When you're listening to this you might be going up for another day of sitting in front of your computer in your zoom sweater. Trying to get stuff done by video conference. We're of course familiar with the challenges of remote work already. Big recalls can be awkward and inefficient in. Its part to replace the serendipity of running into someone in the break room but lately some new services have been trying to solve those issues with virtual office. Spaces are columnist. Christopher mims visited one himself and he joins me now to talk about what he saw. Hey christopher thanks for being here. Thank you for having me. So you've visited the virtual offices of id corporate. They were using space through a service called gather. Can you talk about what that experience like. I visited a number of corporate offices in my time so it was strange to visit of virtual office reminded me of real world ones. Which are you know. Kind of whimsical lake airbnb. They have all their conference rooms. Which are modeled after various apartments on airbnb so being in a virtual office where there were desks and conference rooms and you know stage for people to give talks and a cafeteria and a bar and the office is actually in a castle and there's a beach it was really funny. How even though. I'm walking around with my avatar. I felt in some sense. Like i was there. And maybe that's you know decades of playing video games. But i also think that there is a lot to be said for the way that video games. They're designed over. Decades has been refined to really tap into innate abilities that we have so for example in our brains we have place cells which are physical analogues. It's an individual neuron lights up when you go to a place and you can see this on the brain of a rat when it's traveling through maze for example or if you talk to people who win the annual world memory championship a lot of them. What called memory palaces. You imagine a house and you walk through and you place the object. You wanna memories in the house that works so well because we have this huge section of our brain which is devoted to place and geography and navigating in three dimensional space. We just don't use it with our existing interfaces communicating remotely. So when i went into a virtual tutti office and started walking around the thing that really struck me was like oh my god. I'm using more of brain and it feels more natural so when i'm in a virtual h. A hosted on for example gather. It's very easy. I just use my arrow keys. And i'm moving in two dimensions link in legend zelda and at the same time they have incorporated sort of the minimum requirements for communicating in that space as we would in a real one and one of the spatial audio of my avatar is next somebody else's avatar. We can talk freely in these little bubbles just like we went through video chat you know if we walk away from each other the sound fades and dies complete so you can create these clusters of conversation or you can walk up to somebody in the hallway and have chat with them. That's private or you go into a room. Only people in the room can hear each other. So this allows you know based on my interviews with the people who are working in this these types of spaces this kind of more spontaneous collaboration link. We're used to in an office at the same time because you can make yourself more or less available you can turn off your camera. You can say i'm away. You're not tethered to your desk. As he would be in a physical space going to this office it just it really struck me how quickly i was able to interview a lot of people just by walking up to them and that just doesn't work with the friction of you know. Zoom call words like. Oh where's the link. Okay here logging in. I'm waiting for you to log in. is everybody here. Oh you're muted just all of that. Extra friction really gets in the way of spontaneous communication. I think and gather is one of a number of companies offering similar services. Just how widespread are these types of platforms and how are companies using them. There are a lot of companies using them. I mean one of the biggest ones which is called remo remote dot co. they're used a lot for events. They told me that they have multiple hundreds of thousands of monthly active users. Spatial chat claims similar figures. You know they have people using them. From every big chunk of money you could imagine plus boeing and a bunch of other fortune five hundred companies. Not all of which are paying members because of course they all have a freemium tier so it is. Nasa sent hundreds of thousands of monthly active users. But if you're having a few big events that could only be a few dozens or hundreds of individual companies but has impressed me that the biggest ones by just traffic are bootstrapped. And they're like look. We already making revenue. We don't need investment because we are just were able to pay our server bills from people signing up that is of course a very powerful signal that something is sticky. And it's working if you can get to revenue if you can go from nothing to a product that is making money in nine months. That's a very compelling space generally sounds like a lot of users and how all these companies using these types of platforms. It sounds like it might just be more about special events than it is about you know putting in your full nine to five from the virtual office. I think rate now. The initial use case for most companies and organizations is events because partly that allows them to dip their toe. It's low commitment. I mean if you're going to have a holiday party. In one of these people have to adapt their work style to spend a couple of hours walking around some virtual space so companies using it to work in. I think are in the minority. I've also heard interesting. Use cases lake people holding scientific meetings. And the they build out this big hall. And then everybody's standing in front of their scientific poster and anybody who's ever been to a science meeting or a medical meeting knows that that is the central ritual for disseminating new data and information also just like meeting people in your field and it's the science fair for adults but it's really important in in academia so it's been interesting that so many universities and other institutions seem to be using it for those kind of events others are using it for parties summer using it just to replace what people the old the stuff that we all used to go to in convention centers. Where you'd go to a talk but the real substance of it is having coffee or drink with somebody over chris. I can put on my cynical hat for a second. During the pandemic i feel like workers are struggling with zoom fatigue and with the sort of always on mentality that comes with being full remote. These services seem to require more presents out of employees and and that seems like a potential challenge. I think as with zoom as with slack where we were promised. This is the future. Remember where it can then once you once you're kind of forced to use like really high doses of these things you really run into their limitations and you get zoom fatigue or slack on or whatever you wanna call it. I think that the same could be true for these on the other hand. I think that there is the potential for them to be the next evolution. That makes it a little bit more. Sustainable i remote work experts. I talked to cautioned against companies saying. Oh this tool is gonna solve our problem for us at base. I think the real challenge with remote work is companies need to establish a bunch of new norms in some ways. Very different from what we are used to in an in person office where norms can be established by as moses have to be more deliberate and you know whether or not you're using a virtual each q. Being forced to everyone share what they're working on in some kind of document that can be accessed a synchronous all those little nuances of what it takes to make a really functional. Remote workforce work. That doesn't go away. The tool doesn't solve for that automatically. But maybe it makes it a little bit easier so it sounds like you think this is something that might be here to stay as we move into at least a more heavily remote workforce in the future absolutely. I also think that ultimately we're building toward kind of a more complete fusion of the internet and real life through the mediums like augmented reality in some ways. I think we're laying the tracks now for that so the more we get used to collaborating remotely through all these tools the more natural it will seem to toggle between what we're doing in the real world what we're doing on the internet via other things like our glasses are vr. Headsets are ever more mobile. Devices are risk based whatever aren't. That's our tech columnist. Christopher mims thanks so much for joining me. Thank you for having me.
Cold Frames With Kini Jabbou
"I hope you're writing a book called that we can expect to come out next year. Yes i'm working on. And so i should say. Of course we'll have a book giveaway on with the transcript of the show on to garden dot com of your new book. I don't know how you manage to get this done. In addition to everything else. I don't know honestly but it was really fun to write and sort of revisit the whole season extending as well as you know the many other reasons besides harvey and cold weather So yeah this was a fun project for me for kept me busy. And it really is not against the instruction not just season extending but it's like insect prevention. It's like all of the uses for these sort of barriers and enclosures. And so forth right. And there's a wide range of of gizmos that you have gift moses. An underrated word. I'm going to have to steal that margaret on Yeah for sure. I mean i garden and nova scotia which is dear country as is of course much of the us and canada. And i deal with your every single day. I mean. I would note for a run in my neighborhood yesterday and had to stop. Let four deer walk across the road in front of me And they were probably on their way to my garden But yeah everything from deer and groundhogs two rabbits to cabbage worms and slugs and flea beetles and potato beetles and cucumber beetles. So there are a lot of reasons to consider covers. I think most people automatically go to season extension and protecting from cold weather. But you know. I use them in so many different ways to not only protect my food from pests and cold weather but even grow healthier plants in the end have larger harvest because those plans have been protected. You know and they're able to produce better so there are a lot of reasons to sort of. Consider yourself an undercover gardner right so in the introduction. I also said i was asking questions for friend. Oh yes my friend. Do you know how that is when you ask questions for a friend. What seriously. I actually do have a friend who just felt cold frames and this is his first late fall into winter with them and he actually did ask me the question i said but That is the oldest skies in the book. Have loads of cold frame questions for me to besides the extra extending of the season in the we'll get there. 'cause build a cold frame is actually the number one thing on the top of my 2021 garden to do less because i had an ancient one that succumbed finally kinda fell apart from earlier as the gardener here in a never replaced it. And i'm just jealous especially this last year. You know. i've been jealous of my friends who have renewed. I have my seedlings in the call frame. Oh i'm having solid from the cold front. You know all these little extra goodies so called frame one. Oh one maybe we should start with like what. What is it called frame four like. Why would i check. Because there's all again all these other gizmos in the book to use our new favorite word. Yeah for sure. Well i'm glad you brought up also starting seedlings in the cold frame because most of us. I think at this point thing cold frames or just for harvesting in winter or maybe pushing back spring a little earlier so that you can start planting in march or even late february depending where you live but you know you can use a cold frame for starting seedlings which will then be dug up and transplant it to your garden but you can also use them for overwintering half hardy perennials. Or if you love to force bulbs inside and oftentimes of course many need a cold period you can put them up and put them in a cold frame for a couple of months until that cold period is up so it's not just about growing vegetables. There are many uses for coltrane. So you know if you're into alpine plants or different things like that you can use them to shelter those over winter too so lots of applications but yeah for the most part i do use mine To get a jump start an extra extra early one in spring as well. Let's go later into fall and throat winter we harvest. But you know a cold frame really told. Job is to shelter plants from ice snow winter winds you know. And even though it's a small little gizmo or device you know it really does Taken a lot of solar energy and heats up like today here. It is for reasons like it's minus twenty celsius and. i don't know what that is his parenthood. I just know it's really cold but the temperature my cold fame out there. Now check this morning. It's just above freezing. And i mean that's amazing to me that it's sunny here today and therefore the temperature inside. The frame is just freezing. So that's the whole job of a cold frame to create a micro-climate around your plants and start those seeds earlier and harvest earlier and harvest out of season. So that's the main. I think the way most of us are going is a cold front so in this one one. Maybe we start with where is a good place
Scientists study blind piano prodigy
"So often someone so young does something so amazing. You can't help but wonder how do they do that? That's what happened. The first time we heard Matthew Whitaker played piano. Matthew is a jazz pianist who is blind and since the age of 11 he's been performing around the world. He's been called a Prodigy. And is Sharon all fancy first reported in February. His talent is so extraordinary. He's also caught the attention of scientists who are now studying his brain. Trying to understand his vision of music. Matthew Whitaker doesn't just play music. He plays with it. Twisting melodies, crafting complex harmonies and improvising at lightning speed. It's acoustic acrobatics performed over 88 keys. And it is not for the faint of heart. Matthew made his first appearance at the New Orleans Jazz Festival. We watch backstage with his dad. Sheer complexity and spontaneity of this sets. Yeah, like this. Look, Ma, no hands moment, make the most seasoned musician, sweat and jazz fans go wild. Spending. He plays with his shoes off so you can feel the pedals and his head turned so we can feel the crowd. It's New Orleans shots. This is Tiffany of jazz festivals. Was this a dream? It is amazing to be here like this is where jazz started. Do you get nervous before a big show like this? Honestly, what I was talking about Lois. Yeah, You know, Once I started playing I am I thought good jazz fest is a jumble IA for the senses. It's a lot of music coming out yet We negotiated our way through the thick rule of humidity, suffocating crowds. The 14 stages of music that often boil over into the fairgrounds. Can you hear all the different stages? Are you like this? Like, Yeah, Overwhelming right behind the tube. But is we walked around? We notice Matthew was able to cut through the sensory assault and identify songs in seconds is buying just salsa. Just a closer walk with you've got that song just that lady E heard like three notes, and you already know what song it is Lower. Matthew grew up in Hackensack, New Jersey. He's just happy all the time. His parents Moses in May, Whitaker say Matthew had an ear for music before he could even talk. Tell me about the first time he picked up an instrument he was playing. Uncle twinkling star, But he was playing it with both hands and that was playing the chords and the melody of the song that she had a lesson to this point. He hadn't had a lesson or anything. He was three years old, So my question was okay, who showed him how to do that? Somebody had to show Matthew. How did how to play this song and nobody showed him. Matthew Whitaker was born in 24 weeks, He weighed £1.11 ounces. His parents were told he had less than a 50% chance of survival. One of the many complications he face was red, not pithy of prematurity, a disease which can lead to blindness. I think at the time I didn't think he was gonna make it so It was just just very scary. May and Moses Whitaker watched helplessly as Matthew breathed 11 surgeries to try and save his sight. After two anxious years, they decided they didn't want Matthew to endure any more. Even if it meant he'd be permanently blind. We just felt that he was going through too much. We were going through too much because the doctors were saying it was getting any better. We say you know what? That's enough. You just We just deal with it. As it is. They told you, you might not even speak exactly. They said that he might not crawl into might never walk. Because he needed those things to see. You know most most kids they learned to crawl later in tow walk because they wanna try to get to something. Matthew couldn't see to get to anything. So a lot of his toys and stuff we had to have sounds so that he will want to cross. I want to reach to those things. Matthew did start crawling towards music, sometimes sliding up to the speaker to feel the music. No one in his family was a musician, but his grandfather bought him his first keyboard when he was three years old. How complicated for the songs he was playing early on, there was no she rides more soon, anything so they weren't that complicated. But what he was doing was complicated because most kids don't play with both hands, and they don't play the court and the harmonies and all of that, and that was doing that. He realized he's got a gift. Yes, let's get him a teacher. Yes, which was the difficult part. Why was that difficult part Because at the time we got a lot of answers what people were saying He's too young. He's three years old time or well, I don't know how to teach a blind child when you do this guy Dahlia Sack has agreed to meet Matthew Sack kisses, the director of music studies at the film in M. Dagostino Greenberg Music School in New York City. A school for the visually impaired, So we brought him over. And die a played something on the on the piano, and Matt repeated it. Then she played something else, and Matt repeated it. She said. Bring him in. We'll make the exception. Everybody. Dahlia has been teaching math you ever since. She is a classically trained concert pianist was performing a couple of recitals and the divorce Jack Piano Quintet is a piece actually for piano and Strings quartet. So there's five of us so madam, his mom came to hear. You know, the night I played. He comes in Saturday morning. I walk into the studio. And he is playing the opening of the divorce quintets, you know, And then the cello comes in, and he knew the whole thing And I, but remember Nice. Divorce. Jax Piano Quintet is a challenging piece for five musicians. Matthew was playing his version of all five parts on his piano. Can he listen to a piece of music for the first time and then play it? Does he have that ability? Yeah. Just hearing it once. Yeah, he can pretty much get it. That's insane. 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Wrapping up Genesis 1-11
"Today we're recapping genesis one through eleven. So let's just start with this. Let's it'd be good you just kind of a very high level recap and summary Jt how does the story of genesis start off. Give us the first couple of chapters in the beginning. God creates heaven and the earth. So we see this god who Implicit in this story has existed. Always he is eternal he is all powerful and just by the word of his power. He speaks creation into existence. Anything that we would see. Physical and spiritual is created by god. We we walk through. How he he then forms and then he fills and how these creating this world and he's calling good this world is is is made for To to to demonstrate his goodness and beauty. the pinnacle of this creation is image bearers genesis. One twenty six one twenty six to twenty eight talks. About how adam. Adam or humanity both adam and eve are created to represent and reflect the goodness and beauty of god to all of his creation that he has just made because he says it's very good. Yeah but instead of reflecting guide they choose to rebel against god Trying to subvert his word in his authority by inverting the created order. They listen to the voice of the serpent. They eat of the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. They end up naked in a shame. They have not just eating the wrong fruit from the wrong tree. But they rebelled against the lord who created them and holds the whole earth together and in doing so they find themselves alienated from alias. A true knowledge of self alienated from one another and alienated from the natural order. And we hear that they're going to be consequences because of this rebellion but there is also hope In the light of this rebellion. That god is going to send one through the seed of the woman who would crush the head of the seed of the serpent and we end that fall account with that story of rebellion with a just a glimmer of hope. That eve is the mother of all living. And that god has covered then in a covered their nakedness and their shame But yet things continue to spiral out with the story of cain and abel where the sons of adam and eve cain and abel cain kills abel and there is an increased exile meaning kanus scattered. And he's supposed to live scattered and live in exile really as the consequence of his sinful rebellion the world continues to just become increasingly wicked increasingly evil which brings us the story of noah. Yeah so we're giving to genealogies. Show us that there's this unrighteous line and then there is this righteous line We're told that people begin to call on the lord as things get darker and then we find ourselves face to face with noah who is a man of righteousness in a time of great darkness The most famous boat and all of history at the command of the lord and he and eight family members are brought through a d. creation And a recreation narrative they're carried through the waters of death to life on the other side thus setting up one of biggest themes that we see in scripture And then on the other side of it we find that while judgment has been meted out on the human race. Unfortunately the sin problem lives within humans and has been carried in the heart of noah and in the hearts of his family and so We're we received the even in these early chapters that A great deliver will still be needed. One who is not Carrying sin in his inward being Most moses gives us the picture of noah falling into sin he then gives us the implications of this in a way that is telling his original audience. This is why you are going to meet these great enemies as you enter the land of canaan. so it's a story for them and for them but it's also a story for us in for now as we evaluate our great enemies the world the flesh and the devil and how they'd be set us every day Were then issued from that story of noah and the flood into The table of nations. Everyone's most riveting and favorite passage in scripture Which is showing us what happens. Actually after the tower of babel how humankind is spread across the face of the earth and And is now speaking in many different languages as we see At the tower of babel god frustrating their efforts to be city builders on their own terms. God will have a city built. He will have. It built according to his terms and no matter what opposition is set up by humankind seeking to do now in In in congress or with one another what was first done in the garden. He will reign and rule supreme
"moses" Discussed on KCRW
"Moses Deny time. Goodbye from the left When two spies don't you come out because I'm gonna have to like the feel heat, baby, even in Mr Let me see all I'm saying me Gotta be worth a damn in practice. Mine got miles in about five minutes, and it ain't easy. All of you. Just want to love you. I just wanna love u u E just want love You come in here. Be a full house, Christian, You win it back. You can provide your place you from breast and I just threw Be really alive. If you can provide what I killed, figure this good thing past old. E just want to love you just want Mm hmm. Baby make it again. You just want to know what you want. You want you.
New artificial dam aims to save Venice from climate change-induced flooding
"Venice is bracing itself for high tide and the potential for more flooding. But a nearly installed artificial dam system years in the making is getting one of its first major tests to see how well it can protect the historic city from climate change. CBS NEWS Chris Livesay reports. During high tide in Venice. I could expect to have water up to my knees but take a a look look at at ST ST Mark's Mark's Square. Square. It It is is dry dry today, today, and and it's it's thanks thanks to to a a $6.5 $6.5 billion billion flood flood prevention prevention system system that's that's proving proving successful successful Now Now it's it's far far from from perfect, perfect, but but it it could could be be this this city's city's best best shot shot at at survival. survival. Dickins Dickins once once said, said, You'd You'd shed shed tears tears to to see see Venice Venice but overnight as 4 ft of title seawater try to engulf the city. It's these 78 retractable dykes. That could almost make you weep, says chief engineer Francesco Also, HLA is very Emotional. It's called Moe's a Italian for Moses. And just like in the Old Testament, it's parting the sea, keeping the Adriatic from swallowing its crown jewels. For centuries. It was water that protected Venice from invaders until it became the invader itself. Now these floodgates are the on Lee thing standing between the exquisite And extinction Last year, climate change and high tides triggered the worst flooding in more than 50 years, a catastrophe in a city whose lifeblood is its beauty. Catastrophe. This time averted, We felt the malls it Avery Day, more or less every day is flooded. Like a suit of armor. Yet with it takes an excruciating 48 hours to activate not enough warning to thwart a flash flood earlier this week, swamping ST Mark's Basilica and workshops like Paolo Brando, Lazio's where he's been carving gondola or locks for 26 years. It doesn't take much does it for water to come in here? No, no, no, we were you know, it's just a few inches away, he says, right at the doorstep. Just like the global climate crisis, says environmental scientist Jane DeMoss. Toe Venice I think is the canary in the mine for other places. We need to make very radical choices about how to survive in the future. And for now that radical choice is working in Venice and climate. Scientists say that low lying coastal cities in the U. S should be paying close attention places like Boston, Los Angeles and Miami that could be seeing their own severe flooding. In the coming decades that CBS is Chris Livesay reporting.
Seattle taking applications from small businesses for next round of COVID-relief grants
"Small businesses have another chance to get some grants to keep their business is running. Come. Oh, Suzanne Phone has details. Restaurants bars fitness centers. Just some some of of the the businesses businesses hit hit hardest hardest in in the the latest latest round round of of code code 19 19 pandemic pandemic closures. closures. And And now now Washington Washington State State is is stepping stepping up, up, hoping hoping to to help help there's there's money money available. available. And And so so we're we're encouraging, encouraging, especially especially all of our businesses here in South King County. To apply and to apply early businesses like the Teacup Cafe in Des Moines. We have over tea smoothie and also some Vietnamese food sandwiches and soup. Like so many others, the small businesses had a tough time at the beginning of the pandemic. We close for about almost three months have been Tran hopes, working Washington Grant for as much as $20,000. And help him with rent and payroll. We really hold that we can get the grand so we can we can. We can maintain the business that's called Moses and fun. There are grant limits and requirements to see them. You could go to our website at Co Moh news dot com. The
Seattle weighing $5M COVID relief package for restaurants, bars, hospitality workers
"And hospitality workers come. Oh, Suzanne von says the city has announced a new $5 million relief package to help those hit hardest by the covert 19 pandemic. In Seattle. Many hotels have been devastated by pandemic closures, Occupancy is down to almost 20%. Hospitality industry has been hit hard, including restaurants and bars. City of Seattle announced it will offer $2.5 million in grant money to small businesses, specifically bars and restaurants. Another $2.5 million will go to hospitality workers. Those who work in our hotels, restaurants and bars. Those who've been laid off or had their hours cut back unemployed workers like Michelle Orgel apiece Tree chef at the Washington State Convention Center. Could get up to $1000 in cash. I applied again the city for taking some sort of action a one time grant while it sounds great. Isn't enough Unemployment is ending. You know, the extension is ending at the end of the month, and people are genuinely scared. What happens when even the small allotment that we're still getting is gone? Let's go. Moses and phone reporting new projections show total covert deaths in
Beauty Is Only Skin Deep
"Hi brianna. This is my story if anyone will ever actually read this had to try. Besides it's like. I have anything better to do these days. Perhaps i'll even be able to warn someone do some good during the course of my pathetic existence before it's too late. My time's almost. The clock is ticking. Seconds near running out is the treatments grow more and more intense sooner or later that might minds. No-one cast them the doctors not the orderlies. The scientists marveling at my condition treating me as if i was some bizarre mutation of nature less than just following my father's orders to cure me by any means necessary. Even if a side effect is death. I guess if i die still think is better than looking as i do. I used to think that way as well though. So i understand what i get now. It's what i deserve. I won't waste your time convincing you. That i'm a good person who didn't deserve what happened to me. In truth i was an awful person and extremely vapid self absorbed teenage bully. I spent my high school days making the lives of my pay as miserable as possible. A few friends within my inner circle concern only there to lessen the intensity of my cruelty inflicted upon them. Any of them will miss only noticing my absence relief. No one has come to visit me. Although it doesn't surprise me honestly. I could make up excuses for my behavior but doesn't matter plenty of children's moses abandoned them when they're young but not all of them turn out wretched light me sites. I lived a comfortable life of luxury my father. Ceo of prominent company provided me with anything. And everything i ask for. In lieu of parental guidance my nannies also the housekeepers and cooks who always more consigned with completing their daily tasks and with me so i always allow free reign. Perhaps i act it out as a cry for attention. Wanted others to hurt his badly. As i found all just wanted to moss my own pain how cliche regardless. My behavior was inexcusable. This lesson was learned far too late. Not just for me. there's one guy. In my high school. I was particularly relentless to shannon. She had large rimmed glasses. Frizzy unkempt hair. That was always tied back in a messy bun resembling a poodle tale. A not a well-maintained one. Although with some hair product to tamer wild main and contact so beautiful is on display and her face was revealed. She could have easily being prettier than me. Even makeup a strict parents wouldn't allow it to wet. Maybe jealousy is why. I was so merciless towards her. She was beautiful in our own way without any effort and her parents loved her enough to give her guidelines shannon. I would both part of the student council my was class president to my highly successful intimidation and of ofa. May's vote for awesome campaign. Which i thought would make my father. Prowse bites her last night. This accomplishment was met with the usual hollow. That's great response from behind the screen of a laptop. He was always engrossed with on the rare occasion. We managed to have breakfast together. Knowing nothing i could accomplish at school would gain his recognition. I spent my time in student council putting dances and parties leaving the harder nice exciting tasks to my vice president and made things difficult as possible for shannon the class treasurer who. I was exceptionally route to jury. I'm meetings before school anytime. She counted one of my ideas by saying we didn't have the funds. I'll blame her for a lack of ability to do her job. Rather than accepting the fact that i was constantly exceeding the budget terribly helpful at fundraise my also seized every opportunity to question and contradict. Nearly everything she said during one particular meeting. We were discussing. The upcoming halloween shannon was explaining. How much money would be from what we are in. The recent bake sale in college. I all my eyes. The secretary and vice president beside me and whispered a condition of our wild when we could save money by unleashing it and throwing spiders as decoration.
"moses" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business
"Hear her inspirational story about how she made a huge leap of faith this year. You're gonna love her. So let's get started angela. Fazio is an industry powerhouse. Who oversees forty thousand home sold and nine billion in production as kristin cantrell is one of the nation's most complex team leaders helping thousands of still their businesses. They are passionate about their meeting. Had power date our next episode starts. Now hi guys hi grew. First of all welcome beautiful cokes kristin cantrell. I am so glad always do this with you. One of my best friends ever and then interdicting tia. Hello how are you today. I am doing amazing cannot combine it all day today already. Yes absolutely so. Tell us a little bit about yourself. So my name is moses. I am a louisiana made of. I am currently located in georgia movie about twelve years ago. I am a mother of three actually. Or i have a bali sinus. Well and i've been a real fight or about three years only Faithful about two years. i am married to an amazing guy. He is actually a youth pastor. Am yes oh best. Kind of who. I am yeah. I'm excited i actually stock you on instagram. And why i wanted to talk with. You is because that shirt over but it said my marriage is doubt you should run today. I'm talking. I'm gonna get it. You know it's awesome about you. T is when you light your acid about him. I love it. Yes yes yes. I absolutely together. We'll be married twelve years. We've been together. Bow with seventeen years. That's awesome and smile like that. I love it s. That's my best friend. We're actually best friends. I can honestly say that. So when you guys see this shirt the bringing up it says my marriages dope. What ends that about like. Your guys is like separate you have company. Or what is it if actually not actually it is a good friend of our so we had never had like merits. Coaching or counseling. Anything like that. So this year we decided to ally marriage coaching. Because you know we never we just. We met young five buildings as i was like eighteen years old so we decided to go down that road. It's been amazing. So those are our coaches t-shirts back off but when you said Love that. I was like let me go ahead and order it quick so i love it because chris knows me for years but one of my most passionate subjects is marriage like bad one and now i'm in a perfect one you know and how you've been with your husband since you were eighteen years later in your leg and i love the like you guys have a coach named like you. Go to counseling when you're in trouble but you really having coached dryer. Marriages like a genius. Idea listen it has changed my entire perspective. I think of. You don't know what you don't know so begins to go down a path and we make decisions to do it at all. We don't know what to expect but they are really awesome and we prefer that we know all of our friends so them as well and it's been very very helpful on our marriage. I mean we were already very very close but now it's is just amazing so thankful that we decided though is doing not doing so then before we get tyrrell's eight you have to tell everybody what would be your your number one piece of marriage advice you how to get one. I want like three. Give us however. Many our remit always remain friends allowed to date often but i just say remained friends. All mainframes was that you and your spouse can always come each other about any in everything. I would say always thanked time for yourself. It is okay. It is normal And what else would i say joy. Reid enjoy things happen. You're not perfect spouse is not perfect so things come up with this enjoy. The process trust the process. Enjoy the ride. good advice. i love that. I tell i tell women everywhere like you have to do. Say you need to date your husband. That is so active. They can be in the backyard. It doesn't have to be anything you know. And then the other thing is I think that. I think that jesus christ shows his grace and mercy and give us an example when you have godly marriage. It's like you just experienced forgiveness and grace and Taxation and all of these things at the bible talks about how god is in. That's in the marital relationships so i don't know i'm so happy no you and moves in. There is what you have first. So i'm world what happened. I literally was looking at your page when night about one o'clock in the morning and may go their business name. I had crank prosser case before. And i said just pull up their business and i pulled up and say revelation rose things they release rather state of that. Okay it sounds like a group of believers. Did you have me. Years literally ran nothing. It was one of your by those you said. I think that we are believers something to say those finished in our last share my husband. I don't know why god is showing me this building. The building is amazing. Guy was basically saying. I need to pay attention to business for reason while the very next day you were in my inbox and i see to make it up. And i say. I worry admit my. I had already seen my fault snapshot of picture a reclamation real estate in my inbox the next day so i am. I am so thankful that now. You don't know what it is. I don't know but it's something. I don't know. I have to tell you something so i worked with the angela for five years. Now i will tell you. There are so many stories. Like this. And i'm like write a book. I love it like it is insane so many people like you can see how god has put them into yongle of life. Anaheim ducks live. It's it's amazing and i had no. I never like. I said it was nothing is it was the strangest thing but i know it was a reason in our out thank might already next big taste guy. What are you doing here. What is this a bathroom when you message by wearing you located by wouldn't let's get into your because i love your story so first of all people you're looking at a woman who has been doing real estate quote unquote part time but does more business than most full frame agent so talk to us a little bit about that so with this johnny. I always knew. I wanted to do real estate. My mom always reminds me as a child. We will be taken.
"moses" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty
"Get it on number from all even four not good for the record fourteen fourteen. Okay now what's interesting is. Fourteen is the visible. By what seven. Even the name. David is the visible by seven. Now if you wanna take it a step further what you know. I always liked to do. David lived how many years according to second samuel chapter five versus four through five. That's a good question. I'm gonna say it's divisible by seven. Whatever it yes seventy seventy seventy i was abe is another seventy okay. Let's leave you with the cliffhanger which will pick up next week about moses yes to the messiah. What are the connections. Because i said earlier. Not only david. He's trying to moses now that we've proved he's a son of david is going to happen. A matthew as there's going to be a series of events that are going to prove that. Jesus and moses are connected. Okay i'm gonna give you four of 'em your homework assignment is to find a few more. Okay okay the first one is this moses. When he begins his ministry Takes the people out of egypt toward the promised land. Yes when jesus is a baby. Shortly after his born his parents have to leave bethlehem and go to where for protection. Egypt egypt in wait for the king or the leader to die and then according to hosea the messiah will come out of what egypt. That's right okay. So moses brings people out of egypt. Jesus as a baby comes out of agent. The second thing is moses immediately is going to cross the red sea. he's gonna take the people through the water in a sense of the baptismal waters and although it wasn't that it's a nod to that. Yeah jesus begins his ministry. And he's going to be what baptist if anybody didn't need to be baptized. Yes it was. Jesus and yet now he is going through the water The third thing is after they come through the water the red sea. What are they going to do. They're gonna they're gonna go spend how many years they're gonna wiser forty years forty years in the desert yes. Is it any accident. That jesus after he is baptized is going to spend how many days in the deaths forty days forty days in the desert and then the final one. When moses comes down from the mountain he is going to come down from forty days with god He comes down the mountain with two tablets in hand which contain the what the in commandment the ten commandments. Or the law. Yes jesus takes his disciples after he begins his ministry to the side of a cliff mountain or a hillside mountain and he's going to sit down and give them what the same. Yes law now. Jesus is greater than moses. A couple ways number one is jesus is going to deliver as once and for for all from slavery. Moses couldn't do that. Jesus is going to give us divine teaching straight from god himself and he's going to explain some of this teaching. His yoke is different. Jesus is going to save us from san moses. Couldn't do that yet. And finally jesus is going to do with. Moses was incapable of doing and that is give us the new covenant with god and so jesus obviously is greater than moses but that doesn't keep matthew from trying to show us all the connections. That's amazing between moses who the poster on the wall of every jewish boy. And he's going to say. Jesus is better than him while some great insight and we will continue with it as we work through the new testament. Work through i'm sorry the gospels and if you have a chance and you enjoy the podcast do us a favor and text friend right now and send them a link to the podcast rate the podcast. If you want to give five stars wherever you listen to your podcast. That is the most helpful way that you can help us out here. Appreciate you listening today.
"moses" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty
"Today on the podcast. We continue through this three working through the new testament working through the gospels and focusing on the gospels. we're continuing through the book of matthew. And i'm excited about today's title. Today's topic from moses to messiah and looking through the book of matthew with some different things in mind. I will say i've i've heard some of this top before and i'm pretty excited about what we're gonna find out today okay. I'm clueless about it. I'll just go out and say that right off the gate okay. Well good thing is restarting off the same every week if i feel like if i know the answers that just won't be as fun knows true. The journey needs to be enjoyable as well. Yeah you're only with us. We want to learn and we wanna have fun. So let's just dive right in will. Last week we talked a little bit about the different Ways matthew kind of breaks down and and that was a great inside but this week. We're going to look at well. I'm gonna let you talk about you. Tell us exactly. What look at numbers to start with. Because last week we talked a little bit about numbers spy particularly the number seven. That's right for that. I talked about seven divisions of matthew. Yes we talking about. Talking about seven in the genealogy which we'll get into night we talked about seven petitions in the lord's prayer yes. We talked about the seven loaves of bread in the feeding the four thousand and we talked about the seven brothers when we talked about who whose husband will be yours in the resurrection. We talked about seven woes to the pharisee. And then we talk about seventy times seven. How many times you forgive the one who's hurt you now. The number seven. Let's not forget is not the number of perfection. I would've guessed number of perfection know in a sense it could be. But that's a lower level definitely. The number seven in the hebrew mind is the number of completion. Totality yeah finality. You don't need to add anything to it. It's is it any wonder that god created seven days of the week There's we don't need another day. Yeah we don't need six is is not enough. Yeah the number. Six is also an interesting number two because remember numbers mean something and let me just give the disclaimer before you start looking for a number rock and cranny and the new test well first of all. That's what you do. I do that. Okay yes i do that. The disclaimers importance well. I do that. Because i've studied this for so long that well. Yeah and i. And i even maybe overstepping something rather. I'd rather you look at all because the problem with with a lot of people is that they're not looking at all. Yeah and so. I'd rather you look and try to find okay The number six is an interesting number because when you find the number six it's always the number that's not complete It is insufficient. Okay is not enough. Give you a pop quiz in the book of john. If you're listening this is good for you in the book of john. Watch what account early on in the ministry of jesus do we find something using the number six. The number of six early in the ministry of john. It's a glaring thing in the life of jesus glaring thing in the life of jesus. Well now that you mention that. I have no let me. It's a web. I'll give you a hand. It's at a wedding okay. It's at a wedding six. Six things at this wedding that jesus calls for. Is that the six cisterns. Yes thank god you got it. Got it okay with interesting as jesus says and we'll talk about this passage in in in a couple of months but i'm are you getting excited thinking about this go because with jesus does is he go- he goes to a jewish festival starts his ministry to the jews and he's gonna teach them just i think with the number of water jugs for purification remember. They use these jugs for purification for entrance into a relationship with god acceptance by god. Jesus is gonna use those drugs to make the wine for the party in another insight. Weddings are always the signifying of the coming of god. The jubilee of god. If you think about it. The nation was built on a marriage connection. I mean is. We'll talk about this. Maybe one day but in exodus when moses comes down with the law he says to the people this. This is the marriage agreement of god that the ten commandments. The six hundred thirteen commandments. Do you accept and the people respond like they would a wedding We will do all these things. We agree in a sense. What moses says. He's the officiator between the people and god In a marriage connection. I wrote about this in my book here. Now in a marriage connection between the people and got so the nation is built on a marriage. The nation in the in the people of god won't end with a marriage. Where christian and jew gentile and jew will gather together at a marriage summer for the lamb for the signifying a perfect relationship with god. Our whole our whole lives are bookended with the marriage. And isn't it any wonder that the first miracle the first ministry assignment of jesus Is that a marriage. Wow think about that. So when you're thinking of six sister and you should be reading that go on because it's the number of sick. There's something more to this story yet. No here's the punchline. The number six means that the system that got you here is in sufficient. Because we're remember six incomplete. Seven is complete There is something. Lacking i think jesus is saying without saying yeah in the system they got you well okay. But that's not all that's extra that's what we're talking about today like that extra trying to do with all that was to give a warning you can look for these numbers but don't put too much weight on finding these numbers. Well i would say you could. You can look for them and then try to find some cross references and insights back. I've written two books on this on this very thing and just because you don't know who to trust and right so one of them was the forgotten. Jesus now has a lot of them and then here now which is the second book that few as well. Okay let's get into the number seven k. as we launch into the life of jesus. I also said this. I'm pretty sure last week that there were seven sections to the book of matthew. Yeah this is broken down seven sections we had the we had the intro section sermon on the mount section to the commission to the disciple section three yes section three we have the parables of the kingdom section for we have the manual on how to live section five we have the olive discourse section six and then we have the final parting. Words sevens all over what we're going to do now is get into actual chapter one verse one where we're headed. We're finally getting into matthew. So have you have a bible if you have an app or or a phone You can turn to matthew one one. Now it's better to see this on a bible or an ipad so you can kind of see bigger but yeah one of the things one of the things we see right out the gate and remember what matthew is trying to do is show that jesus is the new moses. Why was moses so important for the old testament because he delivered the people captive. He was a deliverer but they also referred to him.
A Really Tall Tower: Babel
"Today we're looking at genesis chapter eleven and this is how it reads. I'm just if i could just re-genesis eleven versus one through nine. It's short enough. Yeah i think that'd be great yeah. Jt why don't you. Why don't you read it these bible in front of you. Boom okay genesis. Eleven one thousand nine do it okay. Moses writes under the holy spirit now the whole earth had one language and the same words and as people migrated from the east they found a plain in the land of shinar settled there and they said to one another come let us make bricks and burn them thoroughly and they had brick for stone and vitamin for mortar. Then they said come. Let us build ourselves a city and a tower with its top in the heavens and let's make a name for ourselves lest we be dispersed over the face of the whole earth and the lord came down to see the city and the tower which the children of man had built and the lord said behold they are one people and they have all one language and this is only the beginning of what they will do and nothing they propose to do will now be impossible for them. Come let us go down. And there in confused their language so that they may not understand one another speech so the lord dispersed them from there over the face of the earth and they left off the building of the city. Therefore it's name was called babble because the lord confused the language of the earth and the lord dispersed them over all the face of the earth fascinating. What an interesting story. Now lewis opened up with this. Is this like the post-flood nirvana period like this. The post-flood utopia period because when it opens up. I guess we read the story of the tower of babel kind of back to front meaning. We kind of know where it's going but if you just read the first couple of lines of this now the whole earth had one language in the same words there they've migrated. They've settled there. They said to one another come. Let us build a city Like let let's build something. Okay if i could just pause in my mind if you just paused right there it feels like oh wow. They're doing what god told them to do after the flood there. It's one people They're living together and they're building. Isn't this a part of the cultural mandate cultivate and subdued there building a civilization. So like it seems for a moment like everything is going. According to plan right except that the language is telling us and they never yeah. Language come let us is is highly significant elsewhere. You'll see it In the book of exodus when Pharaoh says come. Let us build store cities and he. It utilizes the israelites slave labor to do so And so what we see in this building project and it's pretty clear that their motive for building is not to bring honor and glory to god. It is to ascend to the heavens and be like god that is to Make much of themselves. Not only that but cities are places that actually keep people in one spot and so part of what is confusing about the way. The narrative is written us. 'cause we're we're not necessarily paying attention to the typical rhythms. That's the original audience would have is that because we just had the of nations We're thinking oh okay. Everybody's all spread out and speaking different languages but the table of nations. This is not a chronological retelling. The table of nations is talking about how things look after the story of babble so it's important to see that. The fruitfulness medication and spreading out that is basically as we'll see Forced upon the human race at that. Point is that's recorded at the table of nations actually result of the story that we're reading. Yeah that i think that makes a lot of sense. I think one of the things that i i'm asking this question and i'm glad you brought that language because that's where i was hoping we would go with but i do feel like sometimes when i heard the story of the tower of babel tot and i don't know if this was just like the circles i in but i heard about it as oh they're doing something that the the the idea of city building Idea of structure building was anti-theft. What they should have been doing which living off the land and the garden. And i heard this is kind of like anti city hall cried for the anti progress that's the coal and eaten is the cultivate subdue and is the transform the earth into like this garden city so the act of building the act of development the active civic society. The active structure building isn't bad. It's not immoral but the reason they want to do it is
Episode 29: An Abundance Of Counselors - burst 02
"You're not doing things right. I mean there's a reason why. God sent death row to moses because jetro had to say whoa stop. You're doing too much moses. If you keep doing this you're gonna kill yourself like there are plenty of people out here that can help you let them help you. And so we got you know a judicial system for israel. You know Because he couldn't do it on his own but he needed another voice to say. You don't have to do that all by yourself. did you know that like. Yeah because you're asking for help. I think also accountability is such a big thing and we as ministry leaders are not above sin in fact. Satan's gonna throw as much towards us as he can and we know that there are stories of of ministry leaders who have found themselves in
Saved from Gods Wrath
"God's anger doesn't occur nearly as often as readers of the moment. Might, think it occurs less often in the Bible and when it does occur, it's surprising. So God's anger appears first in the Bible with Moses in a conversation that he's having about how he wants Moses Represent Him and Moses refuses five times over. That's the first time goes angry. So that, itself is beginning a pattern that God's anger in the Old Testament is most consistently expressed towards the people that he's calling to represent him and the famous stories like the flood or Sodom and Gomorrah. They are acts of God's Justice Against Evil in neither, one of those stories has got angry in the flood God is overcome with grief and sorrow. So as the story line of the Bible Develops God invest in one particular group of people to be his representatives to the world, and they are the ones with whom God gets most angry most often in the story line of the Bible just like how we tend to get the most angry and frustrated with the people that we are most invested in relational. If you search a concordance new search out all the time God gets angry at Israel. You'll find a few dozen stories and you'll find a pretty consistent response. How does God expresses anger and its most consistently demonstrated with the phrase and God handed them over who gave them over into the hands of their enemies. So God hands Israel over to the consequences that are destructive and ruinous, but it's the choices that they made that got them. There Motza, says it's got hiding his face. And the Prophets as they Jeremiah Zeki Oil, they developed the big way and the bad guys that Israel's handed over to because of their faithlessness to the Covenant is a Syria and Babylon. Syria we didn't talk about this Isaiah calls a Syria the the Rod of God's anger. Does if Syria is the instrument of God's anchor, which is to hand Israel over to their bad decisions. So when Jesus enters the scene, he sees himself in the role of another one of these profits but also as the Covenant, God, of Israel, himself pursuing his people again. Warning them that if they don't accept his way of being Israel among the nations that they are going to yet again, be subject to God's anger, which will be to be handed over to the power of from. Jesus warned that this would happen and when he wrote in to Jerusalem for Passover, he intentionally provoked the rulers of Jerusalem challenging their authority claiming that he was Israel's trump thority and when he began to talk about what he thought was going to happen it becomes clear that he knew that he was going to die. In fact, he went to Jerusalem specifically to poke the bear. To provoke the leaders to a showdown knowing that they would kill him but it's not a tragedy. Jesus is in Jesus, is he is and uses this phrase multiple times in that. Passover week that he's going to drink the Cup of God's anger, which is a key prophetic prophetic image for being Israel being handed over to pagan oppressors to foreign foreign armies say that against him he's going to drink. The. Cup of God's anger. Yes. Which is a very particular testament metaphor for Israel being overwhelmed and conquered by foreign armies and pegeen oppressors. So the put a fine point on it when Jesus uses that phrase you think he specifically thinking about the fact that he's going to be killed by Roman oppressors. Yeah and the and the corrupt leaders of Israel that are in league with them Yes I think that if you just study the scriptural hyperlink, the Jesus making their I, think it's but unavoidably to the conclusion, and that's precisely what he goes to Jerusalem to do, and that's why he stages his protest in the temple courts in full view of the leaders of the temple. But also in view of the Roman governor because the Roman governor had vested interest in keeping the peace in the temple courts. So Jesus is trial the moment of these two Jesus standing on trial an innocent. Jesus son of God and then guilty. Jesus boss, who's The a rebel against Rome and the innocent Jesus who was trying to tell Israel to love their Roman enemies, and then the guilty Jesus who tried to kill the Roman enemies go free and Jesus intentionally goes to his death on behalf of his guilty people and this is what he meant by drinking the Cup of God's anger the anger there is simultaneously the the wrath of Rome and the the wrath of Israel's leaders. Another important strand in here is Jesus as understanding of his death and confrontation as being a cosmic confrontation with. Demonic spiritual powers that have hijacked the kingdoms of this world to be instruments of injustice as opposed to justice, and he believes that he's confronting the powers of
"moses" Discussed on In The Pews
"Father David Moses. Welcome. Thank you so much for having me been looking voided this. So Father David Michaels that that's that's pretty long. It feels weird to call you father David. But the Michael it's still a little long though, but it doesn't sound right if just father David. Does definitely a mouth. Yeah. What happened was my well I when I was in the womb before I, was born my mom never had the gender of the child checked of she just kind of new art that it was a girl. She just knew Abigail the for the entirety of my time in the womb and that finally came out and my mom you know they handed or the baby and Abigail Abigail your boy. And I didn't have a name for three days actually, and on the third day my sister came in and said like I'm not going to sleep older sister and baby has a name, my mom and dad like we're we're exhausted. So like you're GONNA have to deal with it and the thing is my dad always wanted to Sunday Michael He loved the name Michael Okay and so each of my older brothers when they were born, he was like, can you please named Michael and the problem with my mom and data guy in High School Michael that. If you named one of her sons Michael and he out that he was like a middle school boyfriend but she thought that if he found out that he would think that she was still into him. So she kept shooting down Michael and finally with me, she really loved the name David my pressure for Michael. So they combine the two and I've always gone by both honestly David Michael growing up like swim team there was this one time they were calling our names for this event. and..
Modest Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition
"I'm Naomi Lewin welcome to classics for kids. Viktor Hartmann was a nineteenth century, Russian artist and architect and a good friend of composer mode as his ski. When Hartman died suddenly at the age of thirty nine was dark ski was devastated. Hartman's friends organized a memorial exhibit of his work, and then resort ski created his own tribute to Hartman a piano piece that portrayed ten artworks from the show called pictures at an exhibition. Quite, a few people have made orchestra versions of pictures at an exhibition. The best known one is by Maurice, Richard. Pictures at an exhibition starts off with that promenade which pops up several more times. Zarzusky meant it as strolling music to lead you through the gallery from one picture to the next. The first picture in Zork Skis Exhibition is a gnome actually it's a sketch for a nutcracker shaped like gnome sort of a Goblin who lives under the earth. then. The promenade leads to a painting of a very old castle from medieval times with a troubadour traveling singer outside it in reveals orchestration the saxophone is the instrument that plays the part of the troubadour. From there we promenade onto a picture of a nanny taking care of some kids playing in the twee gardens in Paris. Doesn't it sound like they're teasing each other and? Yeah Yeah. No promenade before the next picture, which is of a wagon with huge wheels the kind of wagon that was pulled by oxen. The title of the picture is bid low, which is Polish for Oscar. After the last of the promenades we come to the ballet of the unhatched chicks. Victor Hartman's designed for some ballet costumes in his sketch to people where egg outfits with bird head helmets but I think the music sounds more like they're running around like chickens with their heads cut off. Next to that picture repair of Pencil sketches of a rich man and a poor man, the rich one sounds pretty snooty. Roll. Along. In the poor man sounds like he's crying. Back to France for the next. Women Gossiping in the marketplace in the town of Moses. Then a couple of very creepy scenes I some catacombs, underground tombs full of old bones. It almost sounds like they're about to get up and walk around to the promenade tune doesn't it? The next bit creepy nece is a sketch for clock based on an old Russian fairy tale about a witch named Baba Yoga who supposedly lives in a scary hut that's perched on fouls or chickens legs. The very last picture in the exhibition is the designed Viktor. Hartmann entered in a competition to build a gate that would be the grand entrance to the city, of Kiev. If, the great gate of Kiev theme reminds you of the promenade. Now, you know where that strolling music was edited all along.
Justice Ordained by God (Exodus 18:2123)
"Chapter Eighteen versus twenty, one, twenty, three. Moreover, look for able men from all the people men who fear God who are trustworthy in Haiti bribe. And play such men over the people as chiefs of thousands of hundreds of fifties and tens. And let them judge the people at all times. Every great matter they shall bring to you but any small matter they shall decide themselves. So it will be easier for you and they will bear the burden with you. If you do this God will direct you. You will be able to endure, and all this people also will go to their place in peace. So these verses describe very early on in the Bible, how God set up. A structure for justice to be carried out among his people for people to be judged and all these different cases that were all coming to Moses, and through JETHRO. Moses's father in law. We see these instructions to appoint many different leaders as chiefs over thousands, hundreds, fifties, and tins to judge the people and their qualifications. Scott said look for able men from all the people who fear God. And who are trustworthy and hate a bribe. What a what a picture out of all the things that could have been listed right there. Look for leaders who fear God. And who are trust worthy? And hate a bribe who are not gonNA put. Their advantage over someone else being judged rightly. Not, GONNA seek selfish gain in that way, and if you do this God says, you will be directed by me. You'll be able to endure. This is for Moses good as leader have other leaders, and all those people also will go to their place and peace. Don't. We want that we want justice and he's To be, evident. In. Whatever country we live in? So we pray. God, we we know that this was a unique picture in the Old Testament as you set up. This structure among your people but as we read this today, particularly as followers of Jesus in the United States. As well as other countries but. The United States were going to this election God weep pray. Ask for leaders. Who Fear You. Re Ask for leaders who are trustworthy. Who Don't seek selfish gain. God, we ask for that Jerry we ask for this for our current leaders. And Our future leaders. God we we pray for leaders who are in positions of power and influence right now who know you? Who've trusted in you? And your salvation who are walking with you gotTa repay that you would shrink them and help them to lead. The fear of you. Help them to continue to be trustworthy in a way that reflects the character of Christ not to seek selfish gain. God We, pray for other leaders who don't know you right now who are not walking with you if not placed their faith in Jesus who are not followers of Jesus God, we pray that you would bring them to fear you. He are reprinted by your grace. They would be trustworthy leaders that they would not seek selfish gain but seek the good of others in good according to you. Good according to your word in your character in your wisdom. Not according to our foolishness according to what is right in our own is God. We pray for leaders like this and for Justice and peace that flows from leadership like this we is for this country God, save us from ourselves, save us from leaders who don't fear you God save us from leaders who are not trustworthy and who do seek selfish gain, God we pray for good leaders in our country. According to this picture of goodness that we see in exodus chapter eighteen. In Jesus name we pray. Amen.
Character of God: A Cup of Wrath?
"Okay, here we are we are talking about. Anger. We're talking about God's. and. We're talking about exodus thirty, four versus six and seven were said to be slow to anger, and here in this conversation is like the previous conversations, Tim Tim. Hi And KRISTA accuracy. So Let's jump right in. We've just kind of been taking ground Tim you've been walking us through some of the revelations you've had studying God's anger and God's judgments I don't know if Chris you're Tim WanNa do a bit of a summary Or. If you want me to or do you WanNa just jump right in share I can go for it. Okay. So the first thing we talked about was that this is kind of an uncomfortable topic for a lottery. Reasons that anger is a difficult thing for us to understand in humans and also in God. So we talked about that. We talked about how God's anger God's judgment are not intertwined in the biblical story. So God gets angry without judging. Actually he shows acts of mercy the first time that he gets angry and then he judges often or brings justice without being angry we talked about how bringing judgement or justice is often a handing over to natural consequence or to. Zion that actually I started avoiding the word natural. Because that's just loaded with some modern concepts I actually struggling to find a good replacement word, but it's the logical outcome. Hands people over to the cause effects sequence that they have chosen. Started themselves something like that yes. Oh, we looked at the first occurrence of God's anger with. Moses. After he resists being God's Prophet five times and that's followed by an act of mercy. He just says, okay. Well, I'll send Aaron with you to help you out. We looked at the incident of the golden calf where God gets angry at the people and talked about how his Anger a lot of times is related to to his people not trusting him or or breaking the relationship with him. So a lot of times, his anger or his judgment occur in that context. So that tells us something about divine anchor consum- some red. Okay. Anything else good summary. So I think where we WANNA come from here then is just look at main portraits of God's anger in the Torah in the Prophets of Old Testament and then. After. That in the story of Jesus how Jesus Came as a as a prophet of good news in Israel. But also that comes with a warning of God's judgement, and then after that exploring God's anger in especially in the letters the Apostle Paul he he's got a pretty nuanced way of talking about it. So the Torah, the Prophets Jesus and then Paul that's the roadmap simple. So. Okay. So let's we already talked about the three first occurrences of God's anger. They're all in the book of Exodus when Moses Stubborn and resist. You just Kinda summarize Krista the second one is after Pharaoh and his army perish in the Red Sea. There's a poem that Moses Miriam Sang about it and they talk about how what happened to Pharaoh was instance of God's anger to bring barrels evil back on himself and then the story of the Golden Calf and we talked about that a fair amount in the last conversation I wanted kind of zero in on it as we start actually here and I've been reflecting on that last conversation then I think I have a few. Better ways to to say it what divine an anger means in the story of the Golden Calf. So God gets angry of Moses Beckett Exodus three. But as you said, he doesn't act in any kind of severe way. Does it at the burning Bush inside the burning Bush when you get to the people all of a sudden God is angry and he wants to destroy his people to to bring an end to them is what he says to Moses give me rest I want to bring an end to them and that is severe. John Every time. Read it. It makes you little allergic and uncomfortable. So here's a way to think about it. The whole narrative of the biblical story is got a point humans to be as representatives in the world they rebel they WANNA, get blessing by their own wisdom, and so they you know take from the Tree God, exiles them, and what they do is corrupt and ruin the land through violence and bloodshed flood. God appoints a new humanity noah, his wife and his family, and they go and repeat everything that Adam and eve and their kids did from the chapters genesis. So God tries this new strategy of investing in one particular family out of all the nations that's Abraham and so. Pretty much from Abraham four word God it's as if the more corrupt humans become, the more tightly got binds himself to one particular Human Family through these covenant promises and these Covenant Promises Create More Complexity for God's purpose not less 'cause. Now God's committing himself investing himself allowing certain people to be as representatives, but there are no better in fact, they're often worse than other people. So by the time you get to the Mount Sinai. God has married himself to a whole nation of people and we talked about this principle that I tend to get more emotionally stirred up by people the. More emotionally connected to this kind of a natural thing. So I think that's actually a really important dynamic 'cause the rest of the Old Testament. After Abraham is all about God's relationship to one family, and what you'll see is that God gets most angry in the all estimate at the people who are most close to him and I think that's important because that's actually part of the Messianic trajectory of the Old Testament. Story. Is that these people are selected from among the nations to get God's blessing but that also makes them more liable to God's justice than your average whatever ancient Babylonian something because God didn't rescue the Babylonians out of Egypt. So they're not as obligated to be faithful to him but when the people that he did rescue are not faithful to him it makes him more angry. This helps us at least begin to think about God's intense anger in the Old Testament is mostly directed to the people of Israel and the golden calf story is a good good example of that.
"moses" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast
"And I. You know when they were going through that I was just thinking like man how many caves is that mountain probably have You know it's Don't know yeah. Because it says that the the story is that he went into the cave and he spoke to God there and I'm like. What was he really talking to? Got Some ancient machine and Go full engine aliens on this. Okay we're getting towards the end here There was water came from a split rock. So the This is back before they got on their way to Sinai. the Israelites camped dry spot they were desperate for water. And Moses struck a giant rock with his staff splitting, it splitting it in two or put a huge split in it. And that allowed water to flow from it. Now. This story, Jiffy? In. The first century AD he traveled to and said, he saw the stone. Miss Split Rock still there that it was too large to move. So these researchers point to a split rock which exist there, and what's the locals in fact called the water of Moses. They also caught the rock of Moses. It's a huge rock. Probably, forty to sixty feet high rounded and I'm sure what you call it It's it's just as huge upright rocket kind of a different color from the other. Rocks running. It's on the top of a hill. It's about one hundred feet tall. The rocks around in a very smooth is rock. Itself is smooth rocks around and are smooth as if water poured forth for these rights now. The that's it right here. Yeah. pull up some images and I'll. Take some snapshots shing that I noticed his for water to smooth Iraq like that. You have to have hundreds of thousands of years. To smooth those edges off. If it's water if you're locking just in an era of environment like that, you're talking millions of years. So, you mean, not just this. This outcrop here..
The First Days: Genesis
"Audience. For Genesis, is crucial and particularly when we get to these first days, we've covered this a little bit already, but it'd be good to just circle back so that we make sure that the audience knows This is who the original audience is for the book of Genesis and so when we're talking about the book of Genesis, we're talking about kind of. Volume one of a five book series called the Pinta toot the first five books of the Old Testament Genesis Exodus Leviticus numbers, deuteronomy these books are entrusted. These words are revealed to Moses who is now the representative rescuer and leader for the people of Israel, and they are getting this revelation on the outside of Egypt. They have been rescued from Egypt they have been brought to Mount Sinai and goddess forming then to take them in to Canaan to the promise land that is the original audience. This is post exodus Israel hearing from y'all way creator of the world. So they're hearing a creation story. That predates them significantly, it goes all the way back not just before their time in Egypt but before father Abraham all the way back back back back to the beginning and why is this crucial for us to understand when we start looking at genesis one through eleven that this is who the original audience is. Yes. So one of the reasons Moses writing is because he wants to prepare that they're in that in between space between they've left and where they're headed and so he writes these first five to give them roots and shoots. He wants to root them in. This is where you came from and he wants to give them shoots. He wants to give them something that will hold them steady. In the place that they're going so it's it's the history and the law is the combination that you're gonNA. See there and we talked about in a previous episode about the sort of the classic worldview questions that that these eleven chapters in particular are asking and answering, and as you pointed out Kyle I think that they're not just asking and answering those questions in a vacuum. So those questions of. Where did I come from? Why am I here what's the problem? What's the solution those questions are being asked and answered within the context of where they came from and where they're headed so that they will understand why Israel is a nation set apart yeah. Yeah. That's really good and so. We the roots and shoots thing is that's very valuable. So the story is not just. Oh, you did. Okay. Great I am I. The only one here is not just add living. GOLLY shoot. Now. Yeah. I think that that's really good in it reminds me of something for end of the show friend friend of ours WHO's taught for us in different environments that roots and shoots. Things reminds me of what Jerry. Jones says jt you're gonNA love this quote. You remember it. If he says, your creation story determines the trajectory of your culture. The. Roots and shoots thing where like. Israel is receiving a creation story and jt through this word out in an earlier episode but it's important I think it's important. To capture this creation story, we could call that a cosmology. COSMOLOGY and they're receiving it in in a world of competing. Creation Stories competing cosmology. Jt isn't that right? Like Israel is not just they're not like Ginseng. Story in a vacuum. They're receiving the story in a world where there are other accounts of how this has happened at yeah. Just back up what is what is cosmos? Like? Why do we have the word cosmology? What does it mean? Are you asking me? Yeah, I'm asking you is used it so you should make him to find it. I don't know if he can but I'm pretty sure you know I'm just getting. Yeah. I mean it's just talking about the. Creation of the cosmos of the world like it's it's just a fancy way of talking about the creation account and how to make sense of who is the Creator? What is the creation? What is the purpose of the crater creation relationship? You'd say, yeah, absolutely I mean, in some ways, cosmology would be like theology cosmos is the world the Earth, right? So it's like study of the World Study of the Earth Account of the world words about the world whereas theology is words about God's when we're talking about cosmology or cosmology as we're talking about words about the world, the account of creation or how things came to. Be.
Over 1,000 Philadelphia-Based American Airlines Employees Facing Furlough Without Action From Congress
"Nancy Pelosi in Treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin. They're making a last ditch effort to reach a deal on an additional round of pope in 19 relief. They're talking this afternoon on Capitol Hill about a stimulus package that would permit another round of those $1200 direct payments, restore bonus unemployment benefits, get aid money to schools and extend assistance to restaurants and other struggling businesses like airlines. American largest carrier at Philadelphia International Airport, is among the airlines preparing to furlough tens of thousands of employees across the country if Congress fails to act by midnight to extend the federal payroll support program. They would've leaves Mark Abrams has the latest Americans. Jim Moses, who was vice president of Northeast hubs in Gateway, says 40,000 could be laid off nationwide starting Thursday, and that includes some 1900 workers at Philadelphia International Airport, either through it in voluntarily furlough, possibly being displaced to another city, or, you know being reduced from full time to part time work, he says. Those affected would include pilots, flight attendants, mechanics and ground crews and customer service agents, Rob Wonder. Being president and chief executive officer of the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, says the proposed $28 billion extension of the payroll support program has bipartisan support but appears to be stalled. This is not like you do. This is a must to reinstating air travel with frequency, Both domestic flights and abroad is absolutely critical to recharge your economy and recover lost domestic Marc Abrahams K Y. W News radio It's
"moses" Discussed on Serial Killers
"In the summer the police received a critical break in the case, an informant for the Brixton robbery and murder deparment tip them off. The Cleveland. Strangler was a man named David Saliba. Thirty one year old David, Celebi lived and worked in the same general area as Moses Sitoli, and he was also widely described as charming and well liked. Celebrity had a flashy reputation in his neighborhood. Thanks to his, Mercedes. With Celo became aware that he was under investigation, he fled to neighbouring Mozambique the South African. Police called on Interpol to help and on December fifteenth he was arrested and transferred back to south. Africa The South African police puts a leper through a brutal interrogation. Until he confessed to fifteen murders, investigators believe that he lured the struggling women with promises of his wealth. By that time the murderers had hit the papers and celebres capture had become a new sensation in its own right. It's unclear just how much of celebres confession police believed, but they knew they had to put it to test. The detectives took Celebi to various crime scenes and asked him to walk them through the murders at some sites celebres, knowledge of the murder was chillingly detailed at others. He seemed less certain. It didn't make the detectives anymore. Certain about his guilt or innocence but detectives were tired. They'd been traipsing Celebi all over Johannesburg he didn't have all the answers they had asked for, but his insights were accurate enough that they still felt he was there man. With, Christmas just a few days away. It's possible, but detectives were ready to clock out and be with their families. Surely they had enough to close the book on this one. Perhaps, that's why they didn't immediately react when Celebi told them to look down in the bushes and see where he had hidden victims close. CELEB- picked up a heavy tree branch. Ben Selects Struck. He hit one detective hard in the face with the log. The officer went down and select fled. Instinctively, a second detective drew his gun and fired. The gun shot was fatal and Celebi died. From the police perspective, David's Lepas death was a blessing. They had identified the Cleveland Strangler, and he had been killed by police officer and a simple act of self-defence. Now there was no need for trial. Unfortunately the question of whether he had an accomplice was now impossible to answer, but as far as the police were concerned, their job was done. It's possible that David. Selecta never killed anyone in that. He simply crave the attention that came with being labeled a serial killer. It's also possible that he and incidentally collaborated on one or more murders, but so totally has always denied ever meeting celebre. After David Celebres, DEAF DNA testing tied him to multiple crime scenes, but in mid nineties South Africa. The technique was more of a general indication than perfect forensic fingerprint. The South African police's forensic scientist could identify that Celebi had a DNA grouping of twelve twelve. The same grouping found in semen samples from various crimes. But they could not differentiate between poly markers. Salameh was one of many with the twelve twelve DNA grouping. Still with the news of celebres death, the women of Johannesburg slept easily during Christmas of nineteen, Ninety Four, so too did Moses, said Tola. With celebre, having taken the fall for the Cleveland Strangler murders, he would start the new year with a clean slate and no.
"moses" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Now back to the story. When twenty nine year old Moses. was released from prison in nineteen ninety-three. He walked out of prison into a South Africa. That was changing dramatically every day. The oppressive apartheid racial hierarchy had fallen, and by the next year Nelson Mandela would become the first black president in South African history, but so totally cared little about the turbulent political climate shortly after his release he and his girlfriend Martha welcomed a baby girl. For his part said totally seemed to be trying to keep his nose out of trouble for almost a year Sitoli was tied to any crimes. He likely occupied himself with his new family and relished his opportunity to listen to the classical music. He had learned in the prison choir. It's possible that he truly made an effort to reform after his time behind bars. It's also possible, but he felt he just had to wait it out until his parole period was over. Because beneath the veneer of reformed man, the urge to kill Lert, it wouldn't stay dormant for long. On July, Fourteenth Nineteen, ninety four nineteen year, old Maria Monet name Nama left her house in the suburb of Mamelodi to go into the closest city. Pretoria, it's unclear exactly what happened when she got there, but based on our knowledge of Saito lay weaken. Take a guess. Maria must have been overwhelmed in the largest city that was possibly looking for someone to help her navigate the bustling streets. Unfortunately for her, she met twenty nine year old Saito lay. He must've seemed charming and worldly to the teenager odds are he offered her a job? Around this time, totally had founded an organization called youth against human abuse. He likely used his own traumatic history in the foster care system to explain his connection to the cause and what he hoped, his organisation could do for abuse victims. There was just one problem you against human abuse had no offices and no employees. All that Saito lay did have was a stack of job applications that he carried everywhere. These may have been enough to convince. Maria Manama two days after she ventured into Pretoria. Arenas body was found in a field behind the local hostile. She had been raped and strangled to death. In the emerging methodology of his early crimes, we can clearly see how Sitoli mirrored his early sexual assaults in his murders. His fixation on women's underwear adds an additional layer to his sexual crimes. It's possible that he associated the garments with his absent mother in a paper, Co authored by Psychiatry and public. Policy Professor Janet Warren. The authors show that certain sexually sadistic serial killers fixate on a certain type of victim or object that the victim possesses this radically increases the risk. They will be caught, but it's so central to the fantasy that they presumably cannot resist..
"moses" Discussed on Serial Killers
"In the Greater Johannesburg Metro area born in Nineteen, sixty, four in the all black community of Fos Laura's South Africa sitole as childhood was chaotic. The records of his early life are limited at best, but what we do know is that the death of his father set off a disastrous chain of events. When, toll as father died, he left the children's mother Sophie macy's with many mouths to feed and no means of supporting yourself. After a few months, the family was evicted and left with nowhere to go. They were homeless and may have been forced to beg on the streets to survive. Sophie was so desperate. She felt she had only one option left. Sophie brought totally and his siblings to a police station. She told them to pretend that they didn't know who their mother was or where they lived. According to the tollway, his mother sat him down look Tim in the eye and said that if he ever told anyone, he was her son, she would kill him. Sosa totally, and his siblings went to the police station and pronounce themselves orphans. They were entered into an orphanage and later separated. The impact of a mother, not only abandoning her young child, but threatening to murder them for trying to reunite cannot be underestimated too young tollway, any sense of home or security he had ever developed must have been destroyed in that moment. What followed was no better, said tollway experienced years of sexual abuse in the foster care system. Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode, please note Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or a psychiatrist, but she has done a lot of research for this show. Thanks Greg. The details of Moses as developmental years are critical to understanding his heinous crimes, according to psychologist Judith Becker and psychiatrist Bradley Johnson Abuse is common in the development of killers who commit sexual crimes, Johnson and Becker route that after puberty, certain serial killers who were abused, develop violent ideation, perhaps hoping.
"moses" Discussed on Aussie Beer Explorers
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"moses" Discussed on Truth In Boots
"And he was faithful to him who appointed him just as Moses also was faithful in all. God's house so that's. That's where we are introduced to this next comparison. Just like Moses was faithful. Christ was faithful, so it starts off with a comparison. We're not starting off the contrast. We're starting off the comparison so both. Christ and Moses were faithful in God's House I. Think the first thing that we need to answer is what is God's house. And he comes back in pretty much answers that for us. in verse six. He says we are his house. If indeed we hold fast our confidence in our boasting our hope, so it was the people of God Moses in Christ served the people of got. Moses was the. The mediator of the old covenant. To God's people, he God spoke the Law through Moses. Basically the entire way that God was relating to mankind was revealed to Moses, and then he was responsible for communicating that to the rest of the people and enforcing that. Moses was the man, and so Jews looked him. they reverence him. He is a very very key. Character in their history. So. If, YOU'RE GONNA. Say That somebody is better than Moses to do. You. Better get ready to to really back up what you're saying, and so he does. The first way that he is, he's as Moses. He was great. He was a great servant of God. But Jesus! Is the son. Right, so we have the picture of A. House, he says this is God's House. and. Moses is a very faithful servants serving in this house, but Jesus is the son. Jesus is the air. So, you know. Pretty much that trump's. He's the same Jesus as the son so therefore he's better than the angels. It really is a very convenient a point to make. Jesus superiority but Then, Number one Jesus is better than Moses because he's the son. Of the House and number two. He is the builder of the House. So, he says. In verse, three Jesus has been counted worthy of more than Moses as much more glory as the builder of the House has more honor than the house itself, and then he includes a very interesting princesses statement he says for every house is built by someone, but the builder of all things is God. Okay so to rabbit trails that that will parenthesis statement takes me down. Because in my mind I'm thinking. Why did he include that right here? It's kind of too obvious statements. So? It doesn't seem necessary for him to say it, but it was necessary for him to say it so why? And I, don't know the totally answer to that, but the first one has to do with the whole creation evolution debate. And he just makes it very obvious point. Every house is built by someone. But the builder of all things is God. When I am walking down the street and I see a pretty house. Nice landscaping and Nice paint job in new roof. I don't think I wonder how long that thing to come together and just evolved there on its own right we we assume a builder. So. That's one rabbit chill. The other one is he says that Christ has more glory than Moses, as much more glory as the builder of House has more than the house itself, and then he says the builder of all things is God. So I would also see this possibly as a proof of Jesus's Deity. If Jesus is the builder of the House and the builder of all things is God..
"moses" Discussed on Car Talk
"Brain enhancement center. Here at talk sounded just like me. Well do you have any mail come on rant and rave what do you want to do? We do every week. We do the same thing. I thought it was custom to that routine. I thought it was time to shot. No no yeah I know it's kind of comforting to that routine is kind of comforting that the theme song fades out and you say the same thing over and welcome to car talk on. National Public Radio with us. Click and collect the tablet brothers. I like my broadcasting. This week live from New York from the ambassador. Sweet Talk Plaza. Don't remind me of AMC AMBASSADOR. Yeah the one that you junked on es and we've named this wing sweet Ashley Sweet Wing Sweet Wing of Contact Plaza after my brothers long lost long lost and and Soon to be forgotten never will be never forgotten never forgiven. I will never six dying on my deathbed. Is that what they call the? Amc their weight AMC ambassadorship otherwise known as leak black beauty. If anyone has seen a sixty five ambassador convertible stick shift off again three and a half on the floor yes black was black when I lost solid. Black in a rust. If you see one of those around my brother owes me one yes he'll pay anything for it. It's unlikely that you'll find this exact one. Because I personally crush the ceremonial brushing it was quite a sight to behold it was a cruel thing you keep bringing it up. You try to make me hate you. Come on I've tried to tolerate you all these years that I keep putting that in the back of my mind. I'm going to psychiatrist just so I can get this out this problem that I'm having and I keep bringing it up you keep bringing it up. I'm sorry trying to repress it. I won't say anything else ever again about that. Sixty five ambassador convertible black sleek black beauty crushed in the crusher. And then I watched it happen. I won't anyone ever again. It was sixty five. Wasn't it anyway? Let's talk to us. Our number is eight. Eight eight car talk. That's one eight eight eight two seven eight two five five. Hello you're ENCARTA got a relationship conflict question. Oh you hoping you can settle. I love these. What's your name? My name is Jeffrey. I'm calling from is a New York Jeffrey from Ithaca okay. What's the relationship problem? Okay well the relationship. Problem is a serious disagreement on how often to wash a car. Yeah I have a junky old tercel which I love. And it's in great shape because I brought it back from California My girlfriend's got a gorgeous Subaru legacy and I tell her seattle. Wash it every once in a while at least undercarriage. Because there's all kinds of ice and salt here jeffries else on the line. We hear interference or something. I I think my girlfriend is breathing into the extension. She wants she wants to make sure she's right about this. Okay all right. Don't worry we'll we'll tell you the truth so I you know so. I say that she should wash their car every week. Or Two just to keep the undercarriage clear She says well it comes right back in. An inch of ice and salt is no different than two inches of ice and salt. Who is right about this? Talk to her. What's her name. Her name is Maury Maury. Are you there you're there? We know we heard you're breathing. Well you'll be happy to know that in Ithaca. You're right now wait a minute. Wait a minute. You often line Jeffrey. Well I mean think about it I mean if you really trying to keep the car from rusting away. Then what makes it? Rust away is one rust which comes from salt on the roads mixing with what water right and so when you wash your car every.
"moses" Discussed on The Bible Project
"And only Moses goes up to receive give them the people say. We don't want to go up you go up. Moses Moses goes up and he's up there at the cemetery and he gets these Sandra the is the the you know the Commands of the Covenant and the tablets represent. He brings them down and says these are the terms of the Covenant and the people say we will listen and we will do them the first two. Here's God's wisdom free. Yeah here's God's was the first two covenants I am. y'All way no other God created heaven and earth and no other. God rescued you. You're out of Egypt. Don't represent me with vinyls here You didn't see any image up on the mountain in the cloud I'm not a tree. I'm not an animal I'm not a star you. I'm the maker of all things Said don't do that okay. People say yes deal SOMOZA SAYS EXODUS. Twenty four okay. You're onboard. I'm GonNa go tell God that you WanNa get married you're married you said yes and solicit gum seal the deal. Moses goes up forty days go by and then comes the story of the Golden Calf For days go by. Yeah and they're like where's Moses. Yes what are we doing here. Yes yeah are we protected. Are we safe exist. Thirty to the win. The people saw that Moses embarrassed them delaying delaying. It's the it's the word caused shame. Let's not it gets translated delayed. Its Youth Bouchon shoe. They were embarrassed embarrassed about his not coming down from the mountain leaving US hanging. Yeah it's also The last time the word was used was And they were naked and there was us now. Bush shame so they were ashamed by Moses delaying. Meaning where where is this ridiculous. Yeah we were just about to get married and a forty days as he's up there what's he doing. The people assembled around Erin and they say Here let's make an elohim that will lead us as for this Moses right the man who brought us up the land of Egypt we don't have we have no idea what happened to him He's gone give us. Let's make an elohim and obviously the violating the first I command the covenant. Youth the first idol in the biblical story is happening at the foot of a high place So the real high place is Moses. A New Adam up there at the tree meeting with God's presence here at the foot of that real high place they eh make of like a Fault Eden they have this party. They're having rich food and drink and they're playing and seeing singing and dancing but they're not up in the real eden they're creating a false and they're creating a fault Scott Down at the Switzerland contrast the really didn't up top here. They're creating a false cops. God and Faulty Eden Down Below this important for the what the meaning of idolatry and the high places are in the rest of the story of Israel. And so we'll get to. That will bring it all together. Moses is up on the mountain gods says look the people are doing down there. I'm being I'm going to destroy them. Leave me alone. We've talked about. This guy says leave me alone. And Moses proceeds to not leave God He tells God to change his decision about the people by remaining consistent to his promises to Abraham and God says good. That's what I'll do then I'll get us down an excess thirty two. The end of the Chapter Verse Thirty on the Next Day. Moses said to the people y'all have committed a great sin. They failed the test. You big time big time with with a flourish you talk possess with Jasmine. The whole thing was you're under this test so that you don't send they've failed the test. You've committed a great sin so now I m going up Moses going to go up the mountain and perhaps I can make atonement for your sin. He's going to go up in tone for their since sacrifice. What yeah so? Think of all the design patterns Noah Abraham. Perhaps I can make atonement for sin. So Moses returned to Ya and said Oh this people has committed a great sin. They've made a god of gold for themselves. So what we're ready for him to do is to get out animal drive. Just like Noah and then verse thirty two but now if you will please forgive their sin but if if you're not kill me.
"moses" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"How God can use you and bless you. Husbands are not called to be dictators. We talk with that person who has a wife or husband we share and we finally come to agreement. But it takes submission on the wife's part and it takes laying down your life husbands part now. After this issue is finally settled the Lord left him alone. And the Lord said to Aaron go into the desert to meet Moses so he met Moses at the mountain of God and he kissed him now. Erin if you read the whole scripture. Errand left before Moses left but at least now oh moses honest with Aaron. He was not honest with his father-in-law but he is now honest with his brother. Aaron because he's involving Erin in this journey and in this battle that is about to begin to take place they arrive in Moses and Aaron Bring together all of the elders because they have a message from God they all know who Aaron is and they all know who Moses was because he tried to deliver them and was driven out and here he is in the flesh back. Aaron tells them everything the Lord said to Moses and then the signs are performed before the people and they believe when they heard that the Lord was concerned about them and had seen their misery they bowed down and they worshiped the Lord bowed down and worshiped. I WanNa tell.
"moses" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"Moses said here I am now well I need to say something about this we do not step into ministry Out of our own desire that needs to be there but there has to be an absolute knowing in our heart art that we are called to that place to that ministry would ever that ministry is when we come. Come to the back side of the mountain. The backside of the Desert as Moses did in in preparation he must be called and he's called by seeing the should kind of glory of God we need to have a revelation of the glory of God. If we're ever going to be of use to the Lord God of hip if we're going to be of any use to Jesus we must have a revelation of the Chicago. Glory that he has now. This is the same chicane glory that dwelt on the mercy seat in the Tabernacle that will speak about later but remember they also at night could see the should kinda glory of God the fire in the cloud in the daytime it was shielded by the cloud but at night it was visible and they knew God was with them. Now this you kind of glory of God is God's holiness fire fire represents judgment in the scriptures but it's not just judgment it's righteousness its holiness. It is God's Actual Characteristic Holiness righteousness so this Chicag- League lory is burning and of course the question is if this is his judgment if this is his righteousness. How can Moses stand in his presence because he's not a righteous man he is righteous but he's not he's a human? Why is he not consumed? Doc because.
"moses" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Of our work Moses the differences and there's huge differences in skin cancer treatments and results and most people come to us do not want to have radical if forming surgery Moses often very deforming because first of all excavates those again where the cancer is imagined her move part of your nose or eyes or years or miles or scalper hands or feet well you already lost that part of your body our treatment is just the opposite we don't touch the body our workers all non invasive there's no cutting or bleeding it's totally different for this woman show of excellent results most likely the cancer will go away all non invasively with no cutting no bleeding this is what we do every day I would have a fifty four year old man is a black when I say that because the black community one six black men will have prostate cancer one twenty three Dyer prostate cancer of course you take care of men of every race and creed and color religion and women and children only talk about the black community to raise your awareness because so many men in the black community have prostate cancer and so many sad to say die of prostate cancer were working to raise attention with this friend comes to us with a PSA of seven point nine it's his highest level is actually is first low and he wakes up three times a night to urinate sort of medicine toppers urine and we have the ways to diagnose it this man's father died of prostate cancer breeze fifty four his father died at sixty four of prostate cancers we also as a positive family history so he knows what it's like to die of prostate cancer so miserable terrible way to die and we obviously don't want anyone to die of prostate cancer I don't have a man who sixty five years old to come to us with Rick current light poles are calmer as we go into the fanciest hospitals in New York he's had this light poles or commissar commas is a word it's meaning a cancer but is a cancer of the connective tissue lots of cancers or from glandular structures like the breast of the long in the bladder and the Protestant kidney and pancreas but there are cancers of the connective tissue like the muscles in the bones and tendons this man has a cancer of the fatty tissues called a light pole which is Latin for fatty you live closer to home and ten years ago his primary doctor photobomb romance you into one of the super per perfect hospitals yeah the radical surgery to remove the mass they also throughout his kidney along with it so he lost his kidney with the surgery he did not receive any additional or what's called ad serving therapy and the couple years later he had a recurrence runs or even a bigger super duper big hospital in New York City and have another surgery than a couple years later you had more cancer and then he started immuno therapy heard how fantastic it was to immuno therapy I know the immunotherapy which didn't work either and you had chemotherapy and in vitamin C. and concoctions at traditional therapy in immunotherapy doxorubicin none of it worked the cancer just kept on growing kept on growing and he came to us and we saw him and well this is a man with a growing recurrent retroperitoneal says fibro which rely pull Sir comma and we discussed all the options and he's had all those surgeries losses adrenal gland in his left kidneys had chemo on immuno therapy and all this nothing's worked and yet none of his surgeons and none of his.
"moses" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Moses band started in a cotton field in north taxes during the great depression. They are family brothers and sisters trained at Juilliard. And they have performed on some of the most famous musical stages in America from Carnegie Hall to the grand ole Opry. Would you please give a great big, Texas? Welcome to the anti Moses van. All right, folks. We have already been blessed by some of the incredible music of the anti Moses band, and the band just has an incredible story. And I asked any Duprey to come and be with us for a few minutes. Please give her a warm. Welcome. All right. So I I just have a question here, and this has really nothing to do with Christmas anti. But how.