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"pastor joyce" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

05:10 min | 2 months ago

"pastor joyce" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Button when they go to thrive time. Should it come and they click on testimonials or they go redmond growth dot com. People see literally at this point hundreds upon hundreds of super successful people. But what I hear all the time is people say yeah. That's Paul Loveland, but he's seventy five. He probably knows more than me. James the attorney, but he's an attorneys in New York. I'm just. I'm in Maine. Yeah, that's a doctor, but I'm a dentist. Yeah, that guy. Who's winning is dentist, but I'M A. Lawyer you, all people just always feel like success for somebody else on the planet. Long enough pod like to get your take on this. What would you say to somebody who says I know their program works, but it probably won't work for me because I'm just never lucky. Yeah I. Don't think luck as they do. That used to have to believe in yourself and believe in the people. You're working with enough to to make things happen. and. You can't be a negative nanny. That'll never work, so James. You have the floor. We've got about three minutes on the hot seat so far we've been pretty brutal to politics. Point Me Paul seems like a nice guy but. He's gotta be hiding something well as you can see about my face. I feel very uncomfortable. Right. Okay I've got I've got a question that relates to team, and it relates to the hiring process to to get that team specifically the. The. Characteristic or trait, do you have one characteristic or trait in a potential higher that would either be a definite, no or a definite? Yes, like a definite, no to the point where you would. Just graciously thanked them for for coming by cut the interview short stop asking questions, and then just walked them out and ask them to leave that that that would be the no, and then the yes would be. Okay, you exhibit this characteristic. Offer you the job on the spot. Shake a hand. Shake the hand welcome to the team. You guys agree on terms and you're excited to work together. So that's that's called. A compound question would be attracted to a trial. Is actually integrity and honesty something. I look and everybody if I can't trust somebody, I sure don't WanNa work with trump. Because we're in the public eye. In other words, my people go to knock on doors and so forth I don't want the woman of the house to feel like I'm afraid to let this person into my house. So first of all they have to be presentable, but they have to have honesty integrity as far as I'm concerned. And I would I would say this if you do a group interview if you implement the Group interview method that we teach on the thrive time, show dot com. It's great because you're interviewing about thirty to forty candidates all at one time in the same physical. You have yet implement this. It is phenomenal. 'cause you're able to compare side-by-side. Whose captain character captain character and who's you know dangerous? Whose captain character or who is a terrible human? You can see it side by side statistic, Nanny, right? Yeah, you can see people that literally will show up. You know twelve minutes late for the interview. They'll go. Is this worthy interview? We as is this where it is. I couldn't find it and you're going. Person has shouting. At their potential boss. You'll see the nefarious `non-question statement questions, so do you guys hire like only Christians because I heard your question company, or do you care about everybody? It's like wow, that's a great question or you'll get the guy who Sirius. You'll get that. You'll get the guy who says so. I have a tattoo on my head. My forehead. Does that precluded you discriminate? One Stop, sounding that way, but. Two hundred four heads. You know unless you're posting malone. It's probably not a good pro tip for success. Attorney James You have a question, your lawyer James, yeah one more question and it's a an early self serving question because you'll see by the the question I'm going to ask who reviews your legal contracts. That contracts. Sure that your your businesses protected and you've got deadly attorney. Know I actually turning right now so that it would probably say a fool but So far I've gotten away with it. I I that's next on my agenda I really knew deemed to get an attorney to look over a business matters, but I'll tell you. I'll say this here without reservation for the listeners out there. There are three attorneys that I consistently hear good things about and I. There's probably more many many more out there for sure, but there's only three that I can speak to. I know their character another what they do. One is rebe law. Scott REBE ARE IBE rebe law. And tell people get call three and compare call three. Don't don't don't don't don't just call one, but Scott rebound then for a long time is a former client. Great Guy Scott re-based in Dallas Texas where she works with clients over the country. West Carter with winters and King. His law firm represents everybody from her has represented everybody like from Jolo Steen to pastor. Joyce Meyer to pastor. Craig Rochelle to Td Jakes I. Mean Big Time People. He's very busy guy a lot of times A. Busy Guy and you've got. He's gotTA. Make sure you're a good fit for him and vice versa and attorney. James here. James you're based in Manhattan. You've worked with a huge clients and small clients. Well. What? What's your website there? Sir, all over the place all over the country all over the world clients all over the country all over the world. The website is the lawyer James the James Dot, com and we have a a.

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"pastor joyce" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

05:53 min | 3 months ago

"pastor joyce" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Do the most successful people have this kind of passion. You hear this a lot, do you? I like listening to Garin Talk. It's like watching Dave. LETTERMAN interview Kanye West. Defining the of for me, what is the mechanism that is malfunctioning or is taking a break in your brain? Do you know? I wouldn't be able to explain that much. Just because I'm not a doctor I can just tell you. What I'm feeling. At the time. And I feel a heightened connection with the universe when I'm ramping up. Like a certain passion there to it, you know. Do you find that to be common with a lot of the celebrity? Big Time? Successful people that you've interviewed there. There's AC yeah. You gotTA. Have that type of passion about your work? Otherwise, you're going to get washed away I mean you know there are plenty of people who were? Passionate about with. Do just yearning for that. You know that chance to take the place of whoever doesn't care enough, so yeah, I mean I think people can tell when you don't have that passion. People can tell when you're not really giving it your everything So You know I. Mean I. Think for me, personally That was one of the things that let me back to writing you know I was like whatever I end up doing. I'll be writing which I enjoy so wherever wherever that takes me at least you know, it's not necessarily about end although the end of a good end would be nice, but also the means are enjoyable to You know you know. It's like what we're talking about. Before the idea of like, what do you have to do? Dance well. Twenty years ago dance, every day of your life is all you can be happy so I definitely identify with this sentence myself. You know West we have Garin. We have West Carter on the show he's. He's an attorney of choice for some of the biggest names in the evangelism space. pastor Craig Rachelle. Pastor Joyce Meyer. His firm has worked with just huge names in that space. Td jakes. In West I'm passionate about dancing with you, but since the restraining order I can't. What questions would you have for for for Garin here? While I'm curious. What do you think you know I think there's a lot of truth to that. You know if you're not happy. You project that in a multitude of ways out unhappiness that bitterness. If you can't fill, joy yourself, what do you think is something that keeps people from doing that so? Is it just not realization what's actually going to bring them joy or other barrier? You see there. That's that's stopping them from doing something. They love you know. That's a really good question. I I always taught at talk about barriers all the time I call. It's called the invisible wall of fear, and a lot of it derives from childhood. Childhood domestication's like when you learn that one language like. ABC's in the net turns into sentences that turned the paragraphs, and you just keep evolving on the basics, and it just keeps evolving. Your first introduction to fear is. Don't talk to that stranger. Don't don't go outside. You can kill there. You can everything that. Start to hear societies based around fear will, if you have a little dog that gets into the neighbor's yard and in. Like poop to the neighbor's yard and the neighbor goes your dog. Does that again to call the puppy pound, or whatever then the owner puts his little shock collar around its neck, so every time that that dog tries to go across the beating. Pat Boone pain and so associated with every time I go pass here. Fear pain all these different things in Intel's itself something will after a while when a dog owner removes the shock collar and there's no wall. It's already built into its mind. I'm not going to take a risk because. Time I, take a risk fear cane, so that wall tends to be so big like a concrete mental wall on your mind. It tends to be so thick that it will lead. In comp, how over the years so by the time you're thirty? That same little child that was afraid of everything now has an issue with talking to women. Now has an issue with talking to men, now has an issue with being in a room, full of multimillionaires and having a billion dollar idea and approaching visit investor because of by bureau brain inside say. Can do it i. can't and here's the worst part. Most people will not aware. You can't change what you're not aware, so my entire. Even in my book, it's all about just giving people awareness, so at least they know what they're saying. No to most people don't know what they're saying. No to, because it's a little five year old internally, saying no, no, no based off of fear, so it's about. I would have an awareness conversation, so they know the capacity of what they're saying. No to or what? They're afraid of what they're risking and then saying we'll if your push past that you're actually strengthen your willpower. If you push past that, you'll lower your quarter cortisol levels. If you push past that, you'll learn how to develop a muscle of focus because it's all inside of that wall. Then you don't want to go pats, and once you pass that. That's where the door to Morientes I've got one final question for you if I'm out there right now and I am. It verse to Reading Books. That could help me because I love watching Netflix..

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"pastor joyce" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

10:42 min | 9 months ago

"pastor joyce" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"It's all right thrive nation on today's show. We're having a conversation with an anonymous member of the thrive nation. Mr Anonymous. How are you sir? I'm doing well now. We had a meeting this week and in the meeting. You're asking me about taxes and we ran out of a little bit of time there so I wanted to call you and answer your question. Can you kind of tee up your question again. And I won't mention any part of your identity. Okay so we are a partnership and my partner and I have yet to be paid for five months. Now we're just during our you know our own thing on the side make money but started from the bottom. Now you're here there you are. You're getting there. So we're wanting to see how exactly go without paying ourselves taxwise yes partnership. LLC Okay I'm GonNa walk you through this and there will be every time I give you advice. There will be somebody who is going to push back and say that what I'm telling you is wrong so I often I want to do. Is I want to commit to being on one side of the discussions where Liberals and conservatives I am the most conservative tax guy. You're probably going to talk to okay so I can respect that. So that's where I'm going to go there every time so but there's one book I'd recommend for you to know about. It's called small business his taxes for dummies. And I'm putting a link to it on the show notes so it can walk through this but here are the steps all right so step number one you WanNa make sure that every time time you pay yourself you pay yourself as an employee up to an amount of what is called fair and reasonable okay superior so as an employee up to fair and reasonable so let's do an example. Let's say hypothetically that you owned a Taco truck all right And then let's say another listener out. There owns a basketball coaching facility. And somebody else out. There owns a piano teaching class. And the Andrew. Let's say you own a full package media. Got It all right. If you looked at the average income of somebody who owns a basketball lesson facility right in America and the average person will get paid if they ran a real estate company right and the average of whatever your industry is that is what you should pay yourself in income Employee income like. That's the most you should pay yourself as an employee. Does that first part make sense. It does so if it would be unreasonable you if let's say the Irs Audit Your Business because the irs. Their job is to make sure whether we like it or not. They collect taxes so we can pay for roads. You know defense. You're in the military you get. You know there's money has to come in and so a reach out to to the IRS. Typically in your mind audit individuals. Israel's or businesses businesses for sure. Because you're more likely to have more money Andrew. Do many guys who are employees who have employees who work for them while they work at their job no right so they're not gonNA audit a lot of employees so they're going to audit the because the employees have their income. Already taken taken out right so if you have a business. I'm Mr whoever you are and if you have no income no employee income tax going out the owner of the company. It looks weird right. Yeah so step two. Is You want to avoid red flags all right so you want to avoid things that are just like like if I walked into the building covered in dog poop and you said man who smells like dog poop would it sorta be a giveaway that it might be me if I'm covered in head to toe and what appears to be you know so. The IRS looks across America. And they know they know darn well that about fifteen to twenty percent of Americans are trying to screw them over on taxes. That's a real thing and they look at the guy who's hasn't paid any taxes. Who are they gonNA say Probably you you're probably. Yeah so you don't WanNa be sounds like dot poop. It's probably right so then what you WanNa do at that point. Is You want to make sure that you then pay yourself distributions and this is something your accountant can set up so I'm just making up an example example. But if you and whoever you are you pay yourself. Let's say in your industry. The average person makes a salary of forty thousand dollars per year average salary. That's the average and you saw between so now you now you're eighty thousand dollars between the two of you so you're making four grand a month right up until that point point should all be employee income tax in my humble opinion based on my truly being self employed based on having been audited based based on having worked with thousands of one on one clients. You get the idea that would be my now after that you can set up. What's called distributions and distributions are wear air a set percentage of the profits flow to you almost like Dividends on a stock. And you have to be set up the right way to do that. And that's where an accountant would help you. And then you take. Distributions and those distributions are taxed at a lower rate. They should be doing equal work and equal partners. Even if you're not equal work but you're your equity partners typically your. They're taking the same yes I think. Now let's say you open up another location of whatever it is that you do whoever you are so now you've opened up your second location of wherever it is whoever you are and whatever city I'm when you open up that That the next one. Let's say hypothetically you never worked there at all because because you had someone who ran it for you right right then. All of your income could be taken as distributions and is that tax exempt or is that not not exempt but it's at a lower rate on. Are you familiar with how much capital gains are taxed at right now. Are you familiar with us. Not Not really okay. This is good at six thirty. Maybe okay so capital gains tax twenty nineteen right now. I'm just looking at it right now. If you are making income off like stocks and bonds you know what do you think the maximum amount is you would pay on your capital gains tax. I I couldn't even tell Ellia the maximum is again. This is just stuff to think about. Okay there are different brackets but yeah most of it's going to be between zero and twenty percent. Okay okay. That's what I was thinking. Yeah but your income tax added your federal and your State is higher than that. Why because the government wants people to buy stocks right so why would they allow allow you to take distributions at less of a rate because they want you to own companies because you create jurors so but you don't actually work in the day today on the second location makes sense and then the third the third you could do the same thing in the fourth fifth and whatever you know that works now for Clark Holdings that's me for my distributions from tiptop? Canine the company. I work with the help franchise. Now the dog training business every time that they you know every month when revenues come in I get a certain percentage of that revenue that goes back to me right and it goes not to me as an employee it goes is as a distribution and then I have to declare myself a salary pay myself and I do pay a lot in Texas. Is that helpful it does. Yeah Yeah you answered it. Step one two three. I got here for you. WanNa pay yourself as an employ- step one up to what is considered fair and reasonable right step to avoid red plex just whenever you're dealing with. Irs there's there's so many people that are scamming the irs right now unnecessarily. We all need to pay our fair share. I do believe that and whether you are Republican or Democrat where you want to build a wall or not whether you're for big military small military. The point is we're spending a lot of money as a country and we all need to pay our taxes if we don't do what the whole system falls apart. So that's how that works and then step three we gotta Pay Your. Do you want to get paid as distribution. So you want to get paid as you you want to get paid the remainder your bonuses as distributions now now when it comes to distributions are there a limited amount that you can take out monthly monthly or annually. That's going to be the work of an accountant that would sit down with would guide you based upon what's fair and reasonable and because I know your industry very well I know that very few people in your industry make more than four thousand dollars a month ever right and they all take a ton of cash in my correct. That's correct. Oh it's a cash business so you got a bunch of these people driving like suburbans that cost what seven hundred a month and they reporting income of two thousand a month. Yeah yeah these fancy people with their high interest rate cars. Because they're putting down you know five grand cash and they're running around with their cash everywhere your business is it not notorious for cash it is. It is under the table and because the businesses in your industry having how often do you see people change t shirts change change locations change company names hop from city to city. I mean how much time yeah so. Yeah so you're the big guys in the industry. It's like elephant in the room. Where the guys in the hair business hosted having figured out you know and your business? You're the guys in the whatever industry they haven't figured out and let me tell you what if you're the guys with this legit website and most reviews and the best videos and the best pieces and the best everything and the biggest no-brainer best. No brainer if you're if you're the best right if you're the IRS. What's the one company whose this door you would knock on if you're the best? I mean I'm not going to go try to collect taxes from the guy. Can you know can barely open the doors right right right. You have a legit lobby. ILLEGIT system legit process some of the people in your industry. It looks like they're they're they're operating like a bomb shelter from Beirut they reenacted enacted a scene from Beirut or something you know they got windows knocked out and really crazy lobbies and it's just it's bad it feels like they're like this is where we shot the Taliban and ice video. You know. This is a weird. So you're you don't WANNA get audited. They're do you have any other questions about paying yourself and your taxes while we're on the phone here I I. I don't think so clay. You covered it all. Okay now we have West Carter on today's show as well a little bit later here and West the attorney of choice for Joel Osteen's His his law firm has represented Joel Osteen winners and King Pastor. Td jakes pastor. Joyce Meyer's Craig Rachelle. Do you have any legal questions for him. Because this white save you..

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"pastor joyce" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

10:42 min | 9 months ago

"pastor joyce" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"It's all right thrive nation on today's show. We're having a conversation with an anonymous member of the thrive nation. Mr Anonymous. How are you sir? I'm doing well now. We had a meeting this week and in the meeting. You're asking me about taxes and we ran out of a little bit of time there so I wanted to call you and answer your question. Can you kind of tee up your question again. And I won't mention any part of your identity. Okay so we are a partnership and my partner and I have yet to be paid for five months. Now we're just during our you know our own thing on the side make money but started from the bottom. Now you're here there you are. You're getting there. So we're wanting to see how exactly go without paying ourselves taxwise yes partnership. LLC Okay I'm GonNa walk you through this and there will be every time I give you advice. There will be somebody who is going to push back and say that what I'm telling you is wrong so I often I want to do. Is I want to commit to being on one side of the discussions where Liberals and conservatives I am the most conservative tax guy. You're probably going to talk to okay so I can respect that. So that's where I'm going to go there every time so but there's one book I'd recommend for you to know about. It's called small business his taxes for dummies. And I'm putting a link to it on the show notes so it can walk through this but here are the steps all right so step number one you WanNa make sure that every time time you pay yourself you pay yourself as an employee up to an amount of what is called fair and reasonable okay superior so as an employee up to fair and reasonable so let's do an example. Let's say hypothetically that you owned a Taco truck all right And then let's say another listener out. There owns a basketball coaching facility. And somebody else out. There owns a piano teaching class. And the Andrew. Let's say you own a full package media. Got It all right. If you looked at the average income of somebody who owns a basketball lesson facility right in America and the average person will get paid if they ran a real estate company right and the average of whatever your industry is that is what you should pay yourself in income Employee income like. That's the most you should pay yourself as an employee. Does that first part make sense. It does so if it would be unreasonable you if let's say the Irs Audit Your Business because the irs. Their job is to make sure whether we like it or not. They collect taxes so we can pay for roads. You know defense. You're in the military you get. You know there's money has to come in and so a reach out to to the IRS. Typically in your mind audit individuals. Israel's or businesses businesses for sure. Because you're more likely to have more money Andrew. Do many guys who are employees who have employees who work for them while they work at their job no right so they're not gonNA audit a lot of employees so they're going to audit the because the employees have their income. Already taken taken out right so if you have a business. I'm Mr whoever you are and if you have no income no employee income tax going out the owner of the company. It looks weird right. Yeah so step two. Is You want to avoid red flags all right so you want to avoid things that are just like like if I walked into the building covered in dog poop and you said man who smells like dog poop would it sorta be a giveaway that it might be me if I'm covered in head to toe and what appears to be you know so. The IRS looks across America. And they know they know darn well that about fifteen to twenty percent of Americans are trying to screw them over on taxes. That's a real thing and they look at the guy who's hasn't paid any taxes. Who are they gonNA say Probably you you're probably. Yeah so you don't WanNa be sounds like dot poop. It's probably right so then what you WanNa do at that point. Is You want to make sure that you then pay yourself distributions and this is something your accountant can set up so I'm just making up an example example. But if you and whoever you are you pay yourself. Let's say in your industry. The average person makes a salary of forty thousand dollars per year average salary. That's the average and you saw between so now you now you're eighty thousand dollars between the two of you so you're making four grand a month right up until that point point should all be employee income tax in my humble opinion based on my truly being self employed based on having been audited based based on having worked with thousands of one on one clients. You get the idea that would be my now after that you can set up. What's called distributions and distributions are wear air a set percentage of the profits flow to you almost like Dividends on a stock. And you have to be set up the right way to do that. And that's where an accountant would help you. And then you take. Distributions and those distributions are taxed at a lower rate. They should be doing equal work and equal partners. Even if you're not equal work but you're your equity partners typically your. They're taking the same yes I think. Now let's say you open up another location of whatever it is that you do whoever you are so now you've opened up your second location of wherever it is whoever you are and whatever city I'm when you open up that That the next one. Let's say hypothetically you never worked there at all because because you had someone who ran it for you right right then. All of your income could be taken as distributions and is that tax exempt or is that not not exempt but it's at a lower rate on. Are you familiar with how much capital gains are taxed at right now. Are you familiar with us. Not Not really okay. This is good at six thirty. Maybe okay so capital gains tax twenty nineteen right now. I'm just looking at it right now. If you are making income off like stocks and bonds you know what do you think the maximum amount is you would pay on your capital gains tax. I I couldn't even tell Ellia the maximum is again. This is just stuff to think about. Okay there are different brackets but yeah most of it's going to be between zero and twenty percent. Okay okay. That's what I was thinking. Yeah but your income tax added your federal and your State is higher than that. Why because the government wants people to buy stocks right so why would they allow allow you to take distributions at less of a rate because they want you to own companies because you create jurors so but you don't actually work in the day today on the second location makes sense and then the third the third you could do the same thing in the fourth fifth and whatever you know that works now for Clark Holdings that's me for my distributions from tiptop? Canine the company. I work with the help franchise. Now the dog training business every time that they you know every month when revenues come in I get a certain percentage of that revenue that goes back to me right and it goes not to me as an employee it goes is as a distribution and then I have to declare myself a salary pay myself and I do pay a lot in Texas. Is that helpful it does. Yeah Yeah you answered it. Step one two three. I got here for you. WanNa pay yourself as an employ- step one up to what is considered fair and reasonable right step to avoid red plex just whenever you're dealing with. Irs there's there's so many people that are scamming the irs right now unnecessarily. We all need to pay our fair share. I do believe that and whether you are Republican or Democrat where you want to build a wall or not whether you're for big military small military. The point is we're spending a lot of money as a country and we all need to pay our taxes if we don't do what the whole system falls apart. So that's how that works and then step three we gotta Pay Your. Do you want to get paid as distribution. So you want to get paid as you you want to get paid the remainder your bonuses as distributions now now when it comes to distributions are there a limited amount that you can take out monthly monthly or annually. That's going to be the work of an accountant that would sit down with would guide you based upon what's fair and reasonable and because I know your industry very well I know that very few people in your industry make more than four thousand dollars a month ever right and they all take a ton of cash in my correct. That's correct. Oh it's a cash business so you got a bunch of these people driving like suburbans that cost what seven hundred a month and they reporting income of two thousand a month. Yeah yeah these fancy people with their high interest rate cars. Because they're putting down you know five grand cash and they're running around with their cash everywhere your business is it not notorious for cash it is. It is under the table and because the businesses in your industry having how often do you see people change t shirts change change locations change company names hop from city to city. I mean how much time yeah so. Yeah so you're the big guys in the industry. It's like elephant in the room. Where the guys in the hair business hosted having figured out you know and your business? You're the guys in the whatever industry they haven't figured out and let me tell you what if you're the guys with this legit website and most reviews and the best videos and the best pieces and the best everything and the biggest no-brainer best. No brainer if you're if you're the best right if you're the IRS. What's the one company whose this door you would knock on if you're the best? I mean I'm not going to go try to collect taxes from the guy. Can you know can barely open the doors right right right. You have a legit lobby. ILLEGIT system legit process some of the people in your industry. It looks like they're they're they're operating like a bomb shelter from Beirut they reenacted enacted a scene from Beirut or something you know they got windows knocked out and really crazy lobbies and it's just it's bad it feels like they're like this is where we shot the Taliban and ice video. You know. This is a weird. So you're you don't WANNA get audited. They're do you have any other questions about paying yourself and your taxes while we're on the phone here I I. I don't think so clay. You covered it all. Okay now we have West Carter on today's show as well a little bit later here and West the attorney of choice for Joel Osteen's His his law firm has represented Joel Osteen winners and King Pastor. Td jakes pastor. Joyce Meyer's Craig Rachelle. Do you have any legal questions for him. Because this white save you..

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"pastor joyce" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

14:37 min | 1 year ago

"pastor joyce" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Viewing they reportedly came by to smooth out the hair and make sure it remains as pristine as possible could be that the moisture some of the funeral goers noticed were remnants of hair product or something else us to touch up the body in regards to the name the spelling may not be suspicious as it first appears beginning in nineteen sixty six when Davis was thirty one years old he changed the spelling of his middle name he told his father that he wanted to spell the errand with two as because of the biblical connotations in the Bible Aaron was a prophet the brother of Moses there is also documented evidence that Elvis signed his middle name name with as especially after nineteen sixty six after elvis explain this to his father he began signing his middle name with two as an and even started the process of changing official state records to the new spelling in doing so he found that for some reason the state records already listed his tame with today's thus as Vernon explained to the press Aaron was spelled with an extra a on the headstone because Elvis preferred that smelling but by all accounts Elvis also thought of his unborn brother often as well would he or his father really wanted to change the name he was given to honor his brother according to his father yes there's no reason to believe there is a deeper meaning behind the spelling of Elvis's name other than the explanation given by Vernon even if there was some hidden explanation they're still nothing to suggest it could be connected to Alice's yeah maybe not but there's still the matter of the Elvis sighting in the Memphis airport to contend with unfortunately like the rumors about the black helicopter there is no evidence to back this story up the logic certainly doesn't line up with how one might expect Elvis to fake his death surely with his resources the most famous musician in the world wouldn't have needed to go to the airport and brought down alight and buy his own ticket it's possible Elvis just made an obvious mistake it also could be the case that he did disguise himself in some way but the Nisa through it after all he would have had to have been disguised for only one man to notice him more than likely that's because if this man at the airport it existed at all he was not elvis but there's a bigger problem with the report than its internal logic author Patrick Lacy who wrote the book Elvis decoded interviewed Memphis airport officials in two thousand six he found that international flights were not even available out of Memphis in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven this would have made it impossible for someone to book a flight to Buenos I raise that year despite this the story along with many other baseless rumors have been repeated uncritically for decades and tabloids mainstream news reports the story of the airport was only the first and therefore was one of the most repeated it's true the airport citing was impossible all we can go on are the very unusual aspects of elvis funeral and burial because of that I give this theory a four out of ten the specifics writing in the airport doesn't seem likely but jeans testimony is persuasive on the other hand the alternate explanations for the colonels behavior and the spelling of Elvis's name on his headstone are all plausible it's also undeniable that Elvis possessed the influential contacts and wealth too Shaka's death if he had wanted to he had a cadre of loyal friends and family who might have been willing to cover for him that's true but without any proof not much can be confirmed on the other hand our next theory may provide more insight into Elvis's possible motivation for bowing out of public life it also provides a more specific citing for us to investigate our second theory asks whether the king could not only still be alive today but still be performing music in front of our eyes this theory focuses on Bob Joyce a pastor who preaches in Benton Arkansas Pastor Joyce frequently sings during his sermons and is a talented musician adherents of this conspiracy claim that pastor joyce is elvis in disguise the main evidence is that Pastor Joyce looks sounds similar to the king his baritone a- similar and he sings plays with a friendly charisma that is certainly Nissin of Elvis on supporters of the theory online also claimed that he plays guitar in an idiosyncratic way similar to the king a side by side the auto show Pastor Joyce and Elvis both flaring out the fingers on the right hands on the up strokes when strumming it's true that there are parallels but between the two men and while it's impossible to know what Elvis might have looked like if he had lived to grow older it's easy to believe that he might have been up assembling Pastor Joyce further supporting the case is pastor choices occupation Elvis remained committed to the Protestant Christian faith he was raised within throughout his life if he did decide to voluntarily exit public life he might have sought work in a rural church mid would certainly be a far cry live from the stresses of his celebrity Elvis probably would have been attracted to life as a pastor he grew up singing gospel music and the we hated the pressures that came with fame he certainly maintained the love for performance. It's likely that if Elvis did fake his death he would still need an outlet for his musical talent there's also the fact that since nineteen seventy seven the pastor joyce has lived what Elvis desired most in his final days on normal life the chance to raise a family away from prying eyes with something Elvis lusted after he wanted to get back to the quiet southern lights off of his childhood but there are more than a few problems with the theory there's a lot to prove before we can believe pastor Joel ace is actually Elvis Presley we'll dive deeper into the eerie similarity ace after this now back to the story so far we've discussed the oddities of Elvis Presley's death in nineteen seventy seven and the possibility that it was a hoax designed to free the star from the pressures of fame we've also explored some of these circumstantial evidence that suggest Elvis may have begun a new life as a pastor in Arkansas now known as Pastor Bob Joyce while the pastor bears some physical and vocal clarity to elvis their obvious discrepancies in the theory. Firstly while it's impossible to know how Elvis might have aged in the forty two year years since one thousand nine hundred seventy seven it's my opinion that pastor Joyce's missing some of Elvis's prominent characteristics he appears shorter than elbow this was in the shape of his nose seems vastly different the pastor also has brown eyes while Elvis had blue many people feel the same though there are just as many who think he bears an uncanny resemblance to the star if Elvis did hypothetically want to escape from public life it's out of the question that he could have gotten plastic surgery to alter his appearance slightly was for the is all it would take a couple of colored contacts is going to get plastic surgery to alter his appearance it seems like he might have wanted to more drastic change rather than subtle modifications to his nose but there's a more obvious way to bunk this theory pastor Joyce himself has said flat out on many occasions that he is not Elvis Presley Ali Pastor Joyce is aware of the rumors and has not encouraged them but that's exactly what he do if he really was elvis what doesn't make much sense as the fact that pastor Joyce is in his sixties and not his eighties as Elvis would be if he alive today and Pastor Joyce claims to be in his sixties it's true that he looks more like a man in his sixties than the typical eighty year old mother Elvis was always conscious of appearance it's not completely out of the question that Pastor Joyce could be older than he claims to be but there are photos of Pastor Joyce as a younger man with his daughter and wife as well as witnesses who grew up with the pastor at hearings of the conspiracy acknowledged that pastor Joyce existed before Elvis's death but they believe Elvis took or bought his identity and in fact they believe there are two pastor choices this makes the conspiracy a lot more complicated since there's only a physical and vocal similarity between Elvis and astor joyce it's hard to justify such a convoluted theory it also begs the question why go through so much trouble to in person family of his own but that further calls into question his motivation for faking his death he already had a family of his own though he was no longer married his daughter Lisa Marie Presley was only nine at the time of his death by all accounts Elvis was doting father and loved spending time with her even for a break from the hassles of his fame would he have abandoned his young daughter to start a new family in Arkansas it's possible Lisa wasn't kept in the dark about her father's death for the scheme to work there would have presumably been a lot of collaborate ration- between Elvis and those close to him it doesn't seem likely that a nine year old could be trusted with a secret like that especially since the you're Presley family faced so much scrutiny following Elvis's death it's possible that she wasn't informed until she was older or that Elvis believed his pretty would harm Lisa Marie if he stayed in the spotlight either way I'm not sure he had a strong enough motive to leave one family behind and begin another I think I have to give this theory a three out of ten pastor Joyce's voice does resemble Elvis's but given his repeated Niles and is documented passed before nineteen seventy seven it doesn't feel like there's much hard evidence here the Knicks theory might be a little more convincing once definitely the most intriguing one we've explored this episode it contends that Elvis made a cameo in the film home alone star Macaulay Culkin adherence believe the King's appearance in the movie is a clue to true fans that he still lives on like the possible misspelling of his middle name on his headstone the intention was supposedly to assure his dedicated followers that he was still live and kicking the first so called clue in the movie can be found in the name of Culkin's character Kevin mcallister if you rearranged the letters in that name you get the Anagram I damn elvis alternately as journalist Dan OC points out the letters can arrange so far that doesn't exactly constitute convincing proof after all the letters can also be rearranged to spell the name of football a player Mike Evans or musician Nick Cave you could also spell I am Steve which could be a reference to beloved fictional character Steve Kerr call valid point but this is only the first of many clues that suggest the movie is connected to Elvis the next can be found in the Elvis's signature look though the voice on the record Kokin sings too is an Elvis's he did do rendition of White Christmas on his very first Christmas album making it possibly the second reference to the king in the film but that's not all not by a long shot the kicker comes about midway through the movie not long after the lip sync seen here Culkin's mother in the movie played by Catherine O'Hara is in the airport desperately trying to get a flight back to Chicago she pleads with a ticketing agent to find a flight there are many extras in the background of the busy terminal but one man is position shinned more prominently than the others he stands slightly to the right behind Catherine O'Hara is taller than O'Hara and looks to be in his forties X.'s head to the side briefly almost like an involuntary twitch of his neck some believe this extra is Elvis Presley in disguise in nineteen ninety Elvis would have been fifty five years old which would match the approximate age of the extra in the film the.

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"pastor joyce" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

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"pastor joyce" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

"Welcome to Christ is the cure with Nick Campbell. Here we bring you theology, apologetic and a resource for growth on the basis of scripture alone. Sit back and enjoy today's episode. Hey, everyone welcome back to the show. This is up. So forty, five and right off the bat. I apologize. Firstly for another early episode. I didn't think it would be on Wednesday again, but it is because we're going out for my wife's graduation dinner tomorrow night, so I won't be able to put up the episode on Thursday. Now I also Paul four, my voice. I am actually sick a little bit right now, and I was kind of hesitant to episode at all, but we're going to get in truck through and see how it goes. Now I was going to talk on a comment made by Stephen for Jake and two thousand sixteen. However, I'm just gonna leave a link by Tim chalice. In the description for this episode go check it out. Basically Stephen for said that God broke the law wherever he sent Jesus. So that was there's a bunch of airs in that and I was going to address it. But there's so many other things that I want to get to, and I'm not sure that. At. I am up to covering so many topics in one episode right now. So the first thing was a discussion where someone said whether it be my own hubris ignorance or just playing unwillingness to change for the better anything which inhibits my spiritual formation growth and development also serves my ticket for admission into the tarnishes gates of hell, essentially allow me to pursue distance from God and his loving grace. So I asked him if his position was that you lose your salvation and he been on went on and said, basically, yes. And he used a second Peter, two, twenty three, twenty one. He used a posse really as his main arguments saying that these apostates are evidence that you can lose your salvation. I for one he used to. I apologize planes and Alice apologize for turkeys. I need to figure out that all through here. So he us all these things and basically stuck with his statement that essentially anything that inhibits. Actual formation or growth development serves as a ticket into the gates of hell after salvation. Now I of course disagree with us wholeheartedly in. So I had a response to this that I wanted to share because second peer to twenty twenty one was about apostates, but it was about false teachers not about believers verse nineteen states that they promise them freedom, but they themselves are slaves of corruption for whatever overcomes person to that he is in slaved and throughout scripture of the believers are in a state of escaping Krupp shin freedom in Christ Peter in verse twenty three twenty one is stating that those false believers punishment is far worse as they knew the way unto salvation yet they denied it through the knowledge ear. Oh yeah. Through the knowledge here doesn't apply salvation, but that they were in this fear of influence much like what we see in John's occurrence in first John, where John ensures to note that those types of individuals will leave and even clarifies that they went out from us, but they were not of us. For if they had been of us, they would have continued with us, but they weren't out that may be playing that they were not of us. And as I show to nine thousand nine, I am fighting the urge to cough so better analysis evening truck through this. So apostasy is biblical but has never genuine regenerate man who is a positive in terms of I Timothy four one departed from the faith typically can indicate confession in some context, and I is consistent with John as well in a statement that they were never actually in the faith. These individuals in this context devote themselves to false teachings indicated that they were never injured to begin with Bala telling Timothy that these types of individuals will leave is important for us today. And when interpreting this passage with other scripture, we can see where I John being consistent as well as second Peter. Ultimately, John puts in most blandly those who hold the false teachings have the spirit of the anti Christ. And second of the three, five, we see the same type of individuals spoken of these are the wolves among the sheep. In many site, he. Six and he returned to make their point at one being a loser. Salvation. However, those in context never imply such thing. Context and interpretation of scripture whisk rupture solves many issues and the position that we can lose their salvation has given us has given us seems to fly in the face with Romans five one. Where we are told that we have been giving peace with God through justification by faith. Can we truly at peace with God if we must work to maintain our salvation? And the answer is, of course not you can never go to bed with peace because you would have to always ensure that you did everything right for that particular day, which you cannot. That's all purpose of the gospel. We've been over this before. So why would John writing entire letter also to believers so that they can know that they have you turn it live and first, John five, three, if he really simply cannot now on a logical level can one be born one who is born again, be unborn in the doctrine origination is important for the discussion as it is God who works in man, and we were told that, and I am sure of this that he who began a good work in. You will bring it to complete at the day of Jesus Christ Phlippines one six if eases puts it well to and him. You also when you heard of the word of truth, the gospel of your salvation and believed in him were sealed with the promised Holy Spirit, who is the guarantee of our inheritance until we acquire possession of to the praise of his glory. Now, if man must work to maintain this observation, the salvation is by faith alone through grace alone because Ave shin has the aspects of past before the foundation of the world present you are being saved and future glorification. God begins to work, completes it and seals us with a guarantee and those who are saved, remained in the faith remain. So because. Regeneration itself. While there are times when Christians go through periods of send scripture seems to basically say, shrew Christians die as Christians. At the end of the day, I think is a question of was Christ death sufficient to save? Now he went into free will as well, and I tried to avoid the subject a little bit. My response was this, the terminology behind free will is often convoluted seems if libertarian free will or determine is present. I'd be readily to agree that they are both on biblical. Now, the former denies that we are creatures with creature. Lee will in the ladder denies that we can move our will within our nature. Whenever once has free will. They often mean the ability to make choices, which nobody's knives except the determinist. At the end of the day, our will is driven by our desires and has limited by nature. Luckily, regeneration, GOP losses within us a new heart so that we can love him. Now we have our dispositions towards him and more than that, it is God who works in you both to will and to work for his good pleasure. And that's Philippians two thirteen. Now. Now I, I must give over a section here by losing your salvation raises more problems than most realize is and the consequences of thinking that you can lose your celebration can be absolutely devastating. What is interesting is the notion that you can lose your salvation contradicts one of my favorite passages for his by grace. You have been saved through faith as not doing is the gift of God, not a result of works so that no one may boast if he's in straight through nine, if I can maintain my salvation and I made its glorification while others couldn't properly keep their salvation, I would have much to boast about now open theism synergism gives man when he never had a false notion that he must and can work for salvation in some shape or form that's a heavy burden to carry because we simply cannot pick it up. There is no question that election and predestination are biblical. That means the means by which they are carried out is where the debate has always been. It is fascinating historically that. We, we see this discussion on how they're actually played out. But nowadays people want to eliminate them entirely, but then you have chunks missing out of your bible. So without going into all of that right now, because I just can't really at the end of the day you, you cannot lose your salvation. And here's where his problem was, as the discussion went on was the issue of whether or not well. That's just a license to sin, but that's misunderstanding the doctrine of regeneration. And we've talked about this, I think four or five times on this show. Now if you hold that as your view of regeneration, as your view of the the security of salvation that God gives us in his word, then you just don't understand the doctrine of regeneration because doctors generation says that the region will not follow from the faith that they will continue to go for that they will press on towards holy, and so that would be sanctified until glorification. And the people who are regenerate will not use grace as a means to send and this is seen throughout scripture as well. So that's just you have to understand the doctrine origination regenerating in order to fully get your grip on the turtles security that the bible does provide. And I do have an issue with both sides of that. Those who say, you can lose your salvation. Therefore. You have to maintain it and then those who say that you don't lose your salvation, so therefore do whatever you want both the wrong. The biblical view is regenerating produces people who want to fall off a God who do fall after God and that they have security because it is Jesus who saves not you. If if you could maintain and keep your salvation, you just need a little help game to the door. Then there will be no purpose for Jesus to come because you could have done it. He's had to try harder. So there's a lot of inconsistencies there a largely Biblically, etc. So that was on the I wanted to kinda share their another thing was this idea of self esteem. Now, a lot of these current pastor's Joyce Meyer TD Jakes Stephen Fertig, they're, they're all kind of focused around man there, man center theology find like a self esteem, you know, fortune cookie. Self help type theology and this kind of centers around self esteem. And it's, I think it has good intention is just very umbilical. So I was asked my position on self esteem in terms of evangelism. And I, I said, it's always best to avoid self esteem. If we're defining as confidence, assess faction in oneself. Other definitions include the value of an individual based on worth accomplishments or abilities. And if we take this definition for what it is, we should not use it to help in helping people find Christ because no, unless we are stating that their self esteem is meaningless in light of attorney because it is here. Now, the gospel must always begin with the proper anthropology. That is the doctrine, a man and in reality, and the reality that we need to save your because we are dead in our sends. There is nothing worthy for self esteem in the sense, and to start with self esteem as do diminish the gospel. What should be distinguished from self esteem is self worth when examining human life. We should never pretend as if. Our value is in our compliments

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