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"rob god" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:23 min | 2 months ago

"rob god" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"rob god" Discussed on House of the Risen Son

House of the Risen Son

04:58 min | 5 months ago

"rob god" Discussed on House of the Risen Son

"He was saying that when I raise my kids watch these t v shows with the cops and the robbers my kids always cheer for the cops. I thought that's an interesting idea. But he raised his kids with such bent and broken morals in the movie that they would cheer for essentially the good guys. Right like essentially for the side that's supposed to be holding up the good and doing what is right. Again fast is an indication or admission of moral poverty. So folks were called to be givers were called to give we are called to give of ourselves. You know, we're called to reach out with what we have two others first and foremost the one the obvious one is to give our substance. Are you a thief do you steal Malachi? 3:8 says this will a man rob God yet. You're robbing me. But you say how long we roamed you in ties and offerings. Here's a thought for you, we are expected to give so surely. It's such a solid part of a scriptural life. We're expected to give that refusing to give as we should is considered robbing God. Like when we passed the helmets on a Sunday night. Yeah, it's about supporting the ministry sure and it's about covering the bills and keeping the lights on and keeping the people that are employed employed sure, but that's not the first reason or that's important reason that we do that we passed the lid so that we can be obedient to the word of God and so that we can do what we're supposed to do so that we don't end up in the place of robbing and stealing from God. Luke 6:38 gives us a standard. It says this giving it will be given to you. They will pour into your life a good measure pressed down shaken together and running over four by your standard of measure. It will be pleasure to you. You see here's a question. Do you think God needs your money? Do you think you need your money? No y. Cuz God made it. All right, God could make more if you wanted he could give it to everyone or at any given time. He doesn't need your money. Do you know he wants? He wants your obedience. He's not after your money. He wants your obedience. And do you know what one of the sharpest tests of our obedience is? What's in your pocket? It's like yeah, I'm all about following God. I'll do this and I'll do that and I'll chase this and I'll turn up at service and I'll do this and do that and then the helmet passes and we're like, I'm not sure about that. Cuz money's hard for us all of us. Right money is a bit of a challenge for some of us that are kind of kind by Nature. I like to pay for stuff when I like to tip well and all that kind of stuff but for some of us like, I mean, it's scary money to schedule everything and your God has left at this challenge to refuse to be stealing your phone but to give in the way that we should and we don't talk about this much. I've got no interest in beating anybody or shaken them upside down to get them to make the offering God has called off mediums and that is the issue..

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"rob god" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:51 min | 5 months ago

"rob god" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Welcome to our concluding section session on I Corinthians. We are in Session Sixteen Chapter Sixteen. First Corinthians, and so. As you know I like to call the series. First Californians. To emphasize that Corinth was not just a geographic label it was also An indictment of sin. So. For what that's worth but okay. Let's just jump right on in. I, Corinthians? Sixteen. Verse One now concerning the collection for the saints as I have given order to the Churches Glacier even. So do we now he's now consider the Perry D formula. That's the way he always opens a topic that was mentioned in the letter from Corinth. You remember all this was the response. To a letter from Corinth and so he's going through a apparently a checklist from that original letter and so. The collection of the saints. It fascinates me that. Of course it's just to the whole subject of collections and tithing and what have you, but it's interesting. that. The collection for the poor or the persecuted Christians in Jerusalem is what he's correct collecting four. He's not collecting for himself by the way. It's a very important point to to understand we'll get to that. But for the prescriptions and also for famines over. It's interesting that Paul and the entire gentile mission. Were suspect. By some of the more conservative elements in the Jerusalem church. They were. Cautious for a lot of good reasons because of the history, the history there. But we always run into verse to. That I think has been misapplied by the way. On the first day of the weekly every one of you lay by him in store prospered him that there'd be no gatherings when I come. It's amazing. How many churches used? To justify the fact that they have their services on Sunday on. Resurrection Day which is if that's what they choose to do, but it's interesting what he's really saying is. Upon, the first day of the week, let everyone of you laid by stores got prospered that there'd be no gatherings when I come. In other words, he's giving instructions. So when they take their collection doing while he's there. or before he didn't see another word separately. So this is used as a way to justify Sundays worship and I'm not knocking that one way or the other frankly don't misunderstand me but it's interesting that what he's really saying is I don't want your collecting on the first day of the week when I'm there. It's a for what it's worth but the real issue, the first day of the week is. What we call Resurrection Day many churches. Honor. That day is the day that Christ was resurrected and He says each one, every believer set aside separate from your personal funds. The one thing saying here is you should set your tight aside from your personal phones. As. Got His prosser and others indirect proportion. Set aside in direct proportion your personal and that's what he's saying very simply. And that straightforward that leads us to the whole question of tithing and we can't take that topic up without at least alluding to one of the most interesting versus in the entire Bible because God dares you do call his bluff. In Malachi. Chapter. Three verse eight ten. Million says, will a man Rob God? Yes, you have robbed me but you say where and we have we rob. Says in tides offerings than he continues bringing all the ties into the storehouse that there may be meeting Mine House and prove me now here with saith. The Lord of hosts if I will not open you the windows of Heaven and pour you out a blessing that there shall not be room enough to receive it. That's quite a statement but I want you to notice how he couches that he dares you to put them to the test. This is God speaking. And prove me now here with. Call my bluff he's saying. The Lord of hosts if I will not open the window heavens and a blessing how much Soon enough there were not enough room to receive. That's quite a that's a bold commitment. and. So it opens this whole. Issue of tithing very controversial area and this is God's direct challenge here in Malachi three versus eight and ten. But notice it was instituted before the law. This is instituted before the law. Genesis Fourteen Genesis Twenty And so There are four reasons for the time. It at first of all acknowledges the Creator's Rights Bet temp is his not yours anyway. You're just giving him back that which he feels blogs to him. One tenth is his. Okay, that's straightforward. It's also the antidote for greed and covetousness. It's an antidote for covetousness and aren't we all guilty of that? It's a test of our faith. It's a way of saying are you serious? Are you really serious? And the other thing it turns out to be the solution to every financial problem. That's astonishing but that's the challenge. It's the ultimate solution to every financial problem tithing. That is, of course, the pattern in the old. Testament context there in the New Testament is where some people say well, I was an old testament idea. No. Christ is not set aside test in Matthew Twenty three. It's also implied in the even. So First Corinthians nine. And we're policies layby by him in store and I sixteen that we're looking at. And of course, it alludes to all these other verses and you can chase down on your own. We won't make a thing here. The top five is more binding us in the New Testament. Then, the old because we have more privileges. For for onto whomsoever much given, him show much be required. that. Shoe fits attention. Doesn't it boy? You BETCHA. Attempt is all his. And the advice from the Scriptures to be straight? Be careful. Be Systematic. Separate. His funds upon arrival I can separate by box a separate of many people we used to my wife and I used to have Virginia count just for him. Just to keep it separate. Or whatever keep records. You're giving only comes after. The return of his tenth. You haven't given offering until you've returned the tenth. You can count the beyond that. You can call that an offer lake, but the first half this is in the first place. And by the way, you say you can't take it with you. That's not true. Did you know you can't take it with you..

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"rob god" Discussed on Run That Prank

Run That Prank

08:22 min | 6 months ago

"rob god" Discussed on Run That Prank

"Here. The good you want is always within reach because at target we believe in good we can all afford. Coming up at the top of the hour, right about four minutes after it's my strawberry letter for today, the subject is this is a messy situation. This is a messy situation. They all but right now, the nephew is here for today's prank phone, call what you got for. Surly. You know passed a just preach that thing the last break and we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA stay right in there. You know this today's tyler is called GM GM. That's God's is Michigan Missionary. God's. Missionary. Let's go cat dog. Hello Hello, I'm trying to read Clarence Clarence. How're you doing classes is daddy is man I'm overa-. At. Church Myanmar Baptist Stories were you a member of right? Hey. Hey I'm with the. Man and you you. You actually came to this past service. Correct. Genomes. That's God's as missionary and and basically what we do as we watch what's going on, you know in the In a church WHO's coming who hasn't come and you know I don't mean any harm but this this, if my records indicate me right through my God is ministered. The gyms are looking at my books. Looks like this your first time editors this year, correct yeah. I mean, what can I do for you? Okay. Now, when pass to ask all the visitors to stand, you actually did not stand correct. 'cause you remember that we go. Now you you still work for You you you work for them. Yeah. Okay. Now what we've done, we've averaged it out that you. I mean, what is this about? Okay I'm on my way too. So you probably are you averaging about what between forty and fifty thousand dollars on a yearly basis over there. I mean, yeah something like that but you know. What a problem see, what are we looking at? Since you are member because see you did not stand when he said all members you did not stand up which would you right? They're making the you know you're you're you're clarifying that you are a member and you make about we're going roughly say about forty, five, thousand dollars, which means ten percent is forty, five hundred. Now we looked at the. At the books and notice that you put in fifty dollars in the church on this past Easter on Sunday now, if you put fifty dollars in your nowhere closely when you're gonNA start cutting into this forty, five, hundred dollars that you ought to be paying your tax wait what's your name I like I say my name is Thaddeus Thaddeus. Will a man Rob God yet you have robbed me wear entire then when You you you. Wait hold on a second. You got you got all this stuff going on in the church you got you guys hungry people you got people that need salvation and whatever. But you calling me about about some money that I haven't given to the church. Well, we'll see with NFL Minister Doug. Alcohol spent all morning column people not my job Sir Gm God's is ministry. My job is to keep an eye on what's going on at the church. Now, when are you going to start couldn't enter iota you forty five hundred dollars day we see this is why we can't the extra wing that passed to want to put on 'cause people like you visit why what you know what? All on a second. First of all, let me spending sympathy brother a thaddeus whatever the ministry with. Okay. That's fine. This. Hey I don't even have to explain it to you, but let me explain to. All right. This is a one job how this is. All we do. This is the one job household. My wife don't work, but my life comes to church every Sunday and she paid the there had you checked the ministry have you all looked at her tied hut? Ain't got nothing do with you. You understand you have to pay your ties will a man Rob God yet have rob you arriving the law? A brother tires you know what man you know you know and you wonder why people don't come to church eat how you gonNA. Tell me that Iraq could be giving my tie somewhere else I under secretary. I am the GM's secretary God's ministry and my eyes have shown me that you've only given. You Making Something from this year. I don't know Daddy's some I. Tell You I who? who was a half but that's not none of their business I. Don't know I know I know what to do with him calling people and asking them if they're panicked I got this. I got this. Let me. I got I. got knocked. Got It got. I. Know I know I don't who who, who, who was that Sir that's my wife has been banned. That's my dad as right Oh. Okay. I don't have nothing in my books that say y'all pay three hundred dollars. She said, we paid three hundred dollars. We pay three hundred dollars. Let me ask you this. When are you going to start cutting into this? With a man Rob God yet ye how rob me that is what you are doing. Sir. Well, you know what you rob me right now you rather me right now my time where I could go out I gotta be I can't go get dressed right now because I'm on the phone with you I have to be at work in half an hour you rob me right now of my time let me ask you some. Can You bring your tax return into to? Take. A look at it my tax return I. Tell You what I bring my tax return and everybody else bring check there. If you bring your tax return and pass the brain, his tax, return it harboring texture return, we can have a tax return party win will your tax return? We can you can you fax it to me? Are you serious I mean? I mean. If not too much to ask for it. I'm going to be honest with you. The next time you do come to we're GonNa pet you damn because we have to figure out. Oh You. Go. Pat Me Down I'm sure and then lay hands on you. Okay. Let me ask you this. Do you are you salary at the Church Yeah. But what what, what does, what does that have to do with anything? I need to know what you? Did. I got where you go bring your forty, five hundred dollars down it so we could add it. So we can get the wing put on I'm part of the gyms, dupree your money down you know can I Doesn't it out I am say something I don't know who you are what this ministry I'm with the GM we can. We expect it man I. don't Care I. Don't you know everything's I don't care anything about your Jim Ministry I don't care about you man i. don't care about any of that. is to. Percents. Real y'all come. With this with this stuff. mean. seriously. Economy and it's Kinda. You talk talking about about me tight and fitted out I'm trying I'm trying to put a college I'm trying to to private school and I can't get that done I'm talking like. That have to do with the chuck already told you. I'm getting ready to hang up and if you WanNa meet me whatever you do and whatever finish by Joe Uneasy tell you something else about your job to talk about my job. I needed to do something about Joe Job Dude hang up this phone day on man named Chapman. John. Cabinet my job. Okay. Even you know now now wait a minute. Chapman is the one that got me to call you his nephew Tommy from the Steve Harvey, morning show baby you just got pranked. Man. Man. You've..

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Wyoming Doubles Down On Its Long Support For Carbon Capture

Environment: NPR

03:35 min | 7 months ago

Wyoming Doubles Down On Its Long Support For Carbon Capture

"US coal production is down to its lowest level in half a century, but the country's largest coal-producing state is desperate to keep the industry going with support from the trump administration. Wyoming is investing big to try and clean up Kohl's carbon emissions. Wyoming public radio's Cooper has more the largest utility in Wyoming Rocky Mountain power has found. It makes economic sense to start retiring. It's coal plants early, an invest heavily and renewables across the West. That isn't going over well in a state whose economy is tied to call. At a recent public hearing county commissioner can't Connolly said when a plant is shutdown, it's not just jobs that are lost by lose. Fifty percent of the taxes is just as simple. Connolly says it doesn't have to be like this coal plants in Wyoming could stick around if utilities just considered retrofitting them to capture the carbon they emit we will change how goal America. There's no doubt about it we'll get. The idea a coal plant would be retrofitted with new tack. Its emissions would be removed and then sold, but rocky mountain power says right now that technology is too expensive and not proven utilities rick, link says its decision is an economic one. Is Driven by. Changes in the heart condition even so Wyoming is doubling down on its long support for carbon capture. This year lawmakers mandated that by twenty thirty utilities produce a certain amount of electricity from coal plants using carbon capture technology ratepayers bear the expensive that the trump administration is also trying to boost carbon capture. It's passed a federal tax credit in his funding research projects. Holly crude cut oversees several through the University of Wyoming. She envisions capturing co two emissions for a variety of profitable uses including turning them into new products. Building Materials asshole replacement. The problem is many others think the moment for Carbon Capture to help Cole has come and Gone Arizona State University's Klaus Lochner remembers giving presentations promoting carbon capture to the coal industry twenty years ago without that, he warned that climate change would be the industry's demise. Is it look if the comes around, you are not going to be allowed to build a new new coal plant because every bank in the country will know that they will not get their money back. So you bid or buy twenty trinite have the ability to build power plants that. Completely carbon neutral but that hasn't happened Energy Economists Rob. God. Says part of the reason could be politics the Republican Party which strongly supports coal actually may have hurt the industry by downplaying climate change climate change doesn't exist. There's no justification to develop low-carbon technologies like carbon capture. So in an ironic way, the Republicans, kill carbon capture as much as anybody else only one coal plant in the US created a successful business model for carbon capture. It's called Petra Nova in Texas, but that fell apart after the pandemic led to an oil price. Crash analysts, Dennis Wanstead with Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis says he can no longer imagine utility saying, Hey, we really WanNa do this. We really want to build a carbon capture facility and we really WANNA put it on our thirty five year old forty-year-old coal plant improve. It's GonNa. Make Money Wyoming Governor. Mark Gordon isn't put off though he points to wind energy, which also needed help early on, but is now a fast growing industry. He says that means you don't give up for NPR news I'm Cooper mckim

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"rob god" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:47 min | 8 months ago

"rob god" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Day was in it and when I. Hear. About David whenever I see him in a movie now your interview is the first thing. That's good. Peanuts. What? I watch crash for the first time this year I saw Keith was work. I. I can't see him now. See. Peanuts and. Listen We. Actually. There's a slip up here because I meant to put that into our talk yesterday briefly because people in bringing up twenty one bridges and saying, Hey, don't forget this movie right here and guess what God But the other thing is we Martin said it but we didn't get a screen between one bridges they had it but it was way out at Lake Line and there were two other screenings that same night. Oh That's right. That's right. I do remember that. So yeah we we never were able to get around to see because it was double booked with something else. Also, yeah it was. It was like can mediocre? I. Think. You'll only go see movies that. the the you don't get screening unless it's terrible unless it's like truly off. Think. Through Sunday service like this one was okay. Here's good in it but the movie is a generic leg action cop thriller but I I just thought that's a movie like worth seeking out now that he you know he's no longer with us. Yeah. You know I got tell you man you kinda. You got me there. It's not like I don't want ignore movies but I mean there's just some things that are just not going to be a draw even the people here you know no nobody had interest in twenty one bridges. Yeah. I mean. I was aware of her by just wanting to. Five and then left really quick. We'll be saying no I like I I was I was aware of it, but I was film that kind of came and went where like I I put together some of the clips for for the show and I just want to focus on like a lot of bio-pics. He was a part of we've got people claim for either for his film itself and obviously for Blue Pants are. But also for you, you rob God's Egypt wet. That was a great little it's. Fun You know so so it's trying to have a little humor we do these. Remember these people's is FIS forgot about always funny. No one's bringing up twenty nine bridges. Yes. What brought up guys of Egypt no-one Br brought twenty one bridges yeah. No, it really did come and go. See this movie but I was also in this Kevin. Costner we called draft day. That Is Always not. It's not. It's. It's a big thing. Because you get to the end where he's he's pulled sort of a switch. Things have gone his way and he's made this trade where it's like, oh, he's back in the game but high our friend high who follows draft he was like that was the dumbest trae ha. Actually didn't work out. Well, you know what a thank you. For letting US know, you not might just watch twin bridges out of curiosity and Out of. Guilt says everybody's on my. But. Yeah. Thank you so much man. Something else? No, no one knows up. What's that go ahead? When this whole pandemic clears up. Do you think of ever doing a show in Miami? Florida? You enter. Also. Looking right at you, Martin? Say about this. Maybe, I'd have to look at the demographics to see how that does and see where we are with audiences and whatnot because new. York is definitely the first thing. That we're GONNA do I'll show them. Yeah I'm just I'll tell you this is gone from being a Show it'll be a live show, but also just kind of a big party to like big welcome back to to life for you know. So yeah man. We would definitely going to go New York, and it's going to be a lot of fun. It's going to be a lot of fun. I have so much material written the even though some of his relevant anymore but I still have a show written in New York we talk show at five o'clock instead of seven. Yeah. So that we can have that much longer to go on Yep. Yeah. I'm trying to plan it I. Guess They I've written the show man is but new elements may be added to it and whatnot. So I'M GONNA go back over and get that done but Miami. I would hope so man love, Miami. So. Yeah. Let's see. Thanks man. Is everyone see the. got. To work on that show in. London at some point. No people been asking us go there for the longest time in jolly old yup. London's Zach core what?.

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"rob god" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

07:38 min | 11 months ago

"rob god" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"BROKEN INTO Their daughters and sons robbed on to school. Their daughters and sons tragically killed by drug dealers on corners. When enough people had that hit them in the gut and it came home. And visit them at their house and agree that grim reaper knocking on their door. Eventually Ladies and gentlemen. All the politics stopped. They had hit. The Natural Valley. The trough. And they had enough. They didn't vote for Giuliani because he was a republican. Lot of Democrats voted for Giuliani, who of course took over the mayorship from David in the middle of the chaos. They voted for Rudy Giuliani. Because he was a, he was a United States. Attorney known for Law and order. The Republican label meant very little people. I say that ladies and gentlemen because we're hitting that bottom now. And Liberalism is nice and cute to talk about until liberalism. CASTRATES you. Kicks you in Ity? I've been. Going to policy and you've seen the movie Black Hawk Down Folks I know I always get these pop culture references wrong, but I'm sure about this one I've seen that movie. Great Movie Uruguay I've seen. It probably costs thirty times portions of it probably close to one hundred times And I had the distinct pleasure when I was in the secret service of go into kind of. A briefing like a hot wash kind of briefing afterwards. Mad Ever Zeman, who is one of the the chalk sergeant who was there in the black? He's of character played by Josh. Hartnett and he was amazing, and there's a scene in that movie. Where one of the Delta guys talking to the Josh Hartnett Matt Everson Character. And he asks the Delta Force operator. Hard he says listen now. What do you think about us being here? You know in Somalia. And a Delta. Guy Turns so many says. You know what I think. Nobody gives a damn what I think. I think is when those bullets come flying your way all those politics and S Word. At all goes out the window. What does it have to do what I'm talking about? It's everything. When the bullets start coming your way. Your neighborhood descends into complete chaos. Drug dealers. The mob organized crime and potential terror groups moved to your city because there'll be no policing. Your businesses get looted and Rob God forbid there's a terror attack. Organized mob start shaking you down for tribute money. Cartels. Star taking over the sanitation industry. You know the sanitation industry. You know why that was a big deal new. York you like what the hell is out of doing. Their sanitation industry is a big deal. Ladies and gentlemen if you own a business, do you pull garbage cans out to the curb like you do when you house? Of course you know, you have industrial size waste containers outside. Private companies in New York companies have contracts. The sanitation department doesn't pick that stuff up. Private companies do. The mob own that. Oh. You want a business. Yeah, you need sanitation. I've got his suggestion I. Remember Mr. T. was one of the companies I'm not suggesting at Baabda. I'm just saying that was one comes years in a Bagel store working. But then they'd come in to. Mobsters would come in, and they'd say hey. I suggest you use joey bag a donuts sanitation. No, it's okay. We're GONNA go Mr. Tsn I. Don't think that's a good idea. I think joey bag a donuts. Sanitation is a really good idea. It's going to be five thousand a month, but Mister keys one hundred. I think this is a better deal for you. You pick it up. What I'm putting down. Joe, God forbid. Your place burned down be and. How that would happen. You Know God forbid some people came in and shook down your place with guns out of center I'm not saying we would do that joey bag a donuts sanitation. We get a nod object saying you should probably use our sanitation company, which was pretty much every business in New York. You like that. I can't shake him down. defunding cops. Go right ahead. You think the evil and men's hearts. That's been around since the beginning of time is all of a sudden disappeared because you made some kind of flowery talk. Folks I cannot emphasize this enough. Liberalism is cutesy in the Esoteric non-real world. And as I was explaining to Armacost, get away with this all the time. They can re hike taxes. Crush the economy and you know what they do in the media. They just use the media to say. Ronald Reagan did it. What do you mean you guys hike taxes? Economy collapsed. Reagan's been dead. It doesn't matter Reagan and the media because they're morons, parrots it and that's how Democrats void accountability. You may say well, then, why is this? Not? Why would it not happen again? Crime rates will spike. They'll go through the roof and they'll just blame the Republicans they'll try. But when the bullet comes your through your front window, God forbid. S Not so easy anymore, folks. You can blame Reagan and blame Bush and blame trump. For your local problems and your Democrats. And the media will help. But when that problem punches you in the stomach, you're gonNA start demanding accountability. You're GONNA talk about systemic problems. Then you'd better start asking what system is causing problems. And that system is the cancer in cursive liberalism, which is a forest fire that Burns down everything it touches. All Right? Here's an absolutely ridiculous interview. Even like the Hapless Alison Cammarata at CNN, who I has done more to promote the spy gate hoax that anyway she's at CNN. Even she can't believe that she's interviewing in this video. We have here not to cuts from She's interviewing Lisa Bender from the Minneapolis City Council who they have voted to fund their police. This is not a joke anymore. This is about to hit home to the good citizens of Minneapolis. Cameras interviewing her and she's asking basic questions here like. Well, who are you GonNa? Call if there's a crime. FREAKING ghostbusters I mean. Who are you going to call? Check this out. What's driving the city council's announcement yesterday? And now the hard work begins for us to build systems that really work to keep all of our community safe, but to be clear. You're not talking about reform. The we're dismantle is intentionally different than reform. This is more than reform. This is dismantling. Activists who support this are calling this a police free future. A lot of us were asking. We can imagine a future without lease back in two thousand and seventeen when we were running for office and I answered Yes to that question. You! Again just, please. Tell me. I'm making this up. That that woman's beyond liberal. Let's says to total radical right there. That's an anarchist right there. But. Please again. Tell me I'm making sense this quote from her. That's a corporate. Now granted. We did cut her. She goes on to explain how well it may not happen right now, and we're still working on a long-term play. She clearly says No. No, this is what we're talking about defunding the police and the police free future..

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"rob god" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

11:51 min | 1 year ago

"rob god" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"I will now show you some of the recent that self. Denial is necessary. I will prove it to you that it is no small thing and not the lofty standard of a few of the saints. Know it does his thing that almost have and will be saved. It is the essence of holiness itself. It is as impossible to separate holiness from self-denial as separating living from life. And if you think it strange that salvation should be dependent on such a hard duty and that no man can be a true disciple that does not deny himself even given his life when God requires it then I will show it to you reason one until a man denies himself he denies God and does not believe in Him. He thought love him and take him to be as God and I hope you will grant that no man can be saved. That doesn't believe in God or love him or take some I god he that will deny God and yet think to be saved must think to be saved. In spite of God the first article of our faith and of our baptism all Christian covenant is to believe in God the father and take him for our God and give up of ourselves to be his people but this no man can do without self the Nile. For by all that I have said in the description of it you may see that selfishness is contrary to God and would rob him of all his higher qualities and God would be no God self is the God of wicked men or the world's great idol and that the inordinate love of pleasure prophets and honor in trinity is all but this self love and unity and that in the militias trinity of God enemies. The flesh is a I thin foundation the world second and the devil. The third every man is an adulterer so far as he is selfish. God is not just a name for he that takes away from God's essence or attributes and still thinks he believes in God because he has left him his name and titles does just as bad as those who set up an image and worship that instead of God or that worshiped the sun or moon as gods because they somewhat represent his glory for surely name has as little substance as an image much less. Can you say it has more than the sun now? Selfish ungodly men will rob God and give his honor and desires to themselves but they will try to put off with empty. Titles they call him their God but will not have him for their in their portion andor joy and won't give him the strongest love of their hearts it will not take him as absolute owner. They won't devote themselves and all they have to him and stand with the Willing Mind as his servant they will not take him for their sovereign and be ruled by him and they won't deny themselves for him or seek his honor and interest above their own. They call him their father but deny him his honor they call him their master but do not fear. Him Malachi one six. They don't depend on his hand and don't live by law and for his glory therefore they do not take him for their God and can you expect that God should say those that deny him and what did thrown him. Those are is very enemies reason to yes more than this God will not save those and make themselves our own gods and who have rejected him. But all these on sanctified selfish men make themselves their own gods for an all the ten points before mentioned they take themselves the desires of God one. They do everything for themselves to they. Use all creatures for themselves. Even God himselves is recognized as only for themselves three a love their present life and prosperity better than God for they would be there themselves and live at some selves and not those that are not like them five they would have the creatures to be. There's and use them as a roan and not as gods six they must care for themselves and look out for themselves endear not trust themselves wholly upon God seven they will use things for themselves and their own conditions and never for anyone else eight they would rule them cells and be away from the laws and government of God nine they would be the rulers of all others and have all men do their wills ten and they would be honored and admired by all and half praise at -scribed them and if all this does not set themselves up as gods or idols in the world. I don't know what does certainly got his. So far from having a thought or saving such vile idolaters who stay in this condition that they are the principal objects of his high displeasure and the most deserving marks for his justice to shoot at and he is engaging employing them down and treading them into hell. Why should God stand by and see a company of rebellious centers? Sit Down in his throne or try to observe his sovereignty in divine rules. Would he leave them alone and then advance them to his glory? No he is resolved that he that humbles himself will be exalted and he that exalts himself will be brought low. And what Higher Self Exaltation can there be then to make ourselves as our own gods and therefore who will be brought lower than this reason three? No Man can be a Christian that doesn't take Christ for his Lord and Savior and no man. Without the self-denial can take Christ for his Lord and Savior therefore no man without self. The Nile can be a Christian and be saved. He who makes himself as an cannot follow Christ for Christ as a way to the father and not to Carnell no the business that Christ came into the world to do was to pull down and subdue this selfishness moreover whoever takes Chrysler Saviour must know from what it is that Christ myth save him and that is most importantly for oneself and no man can take Christ for his savior that renounces not self confidence and is not willing to be saved from the idolatry of Self Exaltation. No mankin take Chrisopher's master or teacher that doesn't come into his school. As a little child renouncing the guidance of the CARNAL SOUTH THERE IS NO ANTI CHRIST OR FALSE. Christ that is in the world that opposes Christ more am resists him in all the parts of his power then our karnal selves. It is this that will not stoop to his righteousness or to his guidance. Self is false. Christ our Savior of the world and its faults. God and therefore can be no salvation. Where self is not denied and taken down first reason for he who doesn't believe in the Holy Ghost and won't take him for a sanctify cannot be a true Christian or be Sade but no man without the self-denial beliefs in the holy ghost and takes him for his sanctify. Therefore without this self-denial no man can be true Christian or be saved. The very nature of sanctification consists in turning a man from himself to God it destroys selfishness and devotes his soul to God by Christ so it is beyond doubt that none but the south denying are sanctified but they truly take the holy ghost for their sanctify and truly believe in Him. So far is men are in love with the disease. It is certain they will not see the doctor reason five. No Man is a true Christian and in a state of salvation that Diniz renounces or reject sort of God but all men that don't have self-denial adhere. The word of God do renounce deny it or rejected therefore no man without South Nile is a true Christian or can be saved in the scriptures. We have eternal light. It Sam that make us wise to salvation a man that will be blessed must meditate in them day and night psalm. One three and it's not the. Here's but the doers of them. That are blessed but nothing is more clear and the Voice of Scripture calls out loud on all manton denied themselves and that the scope of it is to tear down South and set up God and Jesus Christ it is a very point in meaning of it for men to end to take down south and lower men in their own eyes and bring them home to God from whom they are in revolt reason six no man can be a Christian or be saved without saving grace but no man without self. Denial has saving grace for. It is nature of every grace to carry man from himself to God by Christ it is the work of Godly. Sorrow humbled proud man and break the heart of Karnal Self. It is the work of fate for a self denying soul to pass out for hope and life to Christ. It is a work of love to carry US quite above ourselves to that infinite goodness which we love. It is the nature of Holy Fair to fill our guilt and insufficiency and to suspect ourselves and dread the fruit of our own ways. Confidence does bottom us before God and hope itself does imply a despairing in ourselves. Thankfulness does pay homage to him that has saved us from ourselves and every grace have self-denial as half. It's very life or soul. So what is certainly no man has anymore grace. Then he has self. Denial reason seven they who reject the ministry and the fruit of all. The works of God are not true. Christians and are not saved for the use of the ministry is to call home centers from themselves to God use of every ordinance of God is to get or keep down Karnal self and exalt the Lord. Confession is nothing but self abasing and he must confess that will help the faithful and just God forgive him for he covers..

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"rob god" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"rob god" Discussed on KCRW

"Now renewables are catching up thanks a lower prices for wind and solar power university of Wyoming energy economists. Rob God says the shift is an important marker of an energy transition over time. We're going to see this trend continue renewable I produce a little bit more than coal infrequently. But then it will become more frequent the US. You sixty percent more renewable energy last year compared to a decade ago, coal fired electricity production does tend to go down in the spring, coal renewables will likely fluctuate for years to come for NPR news. I'm Cooper mckim in Laramie, Wyoming. In venezuela. The director of a medical center in Caracas says they're treating at least fifty people injured during skirmishes today with military troops anti-government protesters. The country's embattled President Nicolas Maduro was said to be preparing to leave the country in the face of an uprising by opposition leader, one Guido, but secretary of state, Mike Pompeo says Maduro apparently changed his mind after Russia intervene. It's been a long time since anyone has seen Madero he had an airplane on the tarmac. He was ready to leave this morning as we understand it and the Russians indicated he should stay. We think the situation remains incredibly fluid. We know that there were senior leaders inside the Madero government that we're prepared to leave. They told us as much over the past few weeks and were convinced that the Venezuelan people are going to get their democracy. Back opposition leader Guadagno says his campaign to get rid of Maduro is now in its final stage. This is NPR and this is Casey. W on a Tuesday, April thirtieth very good afternoon to you unle- Parrella. Here's what's happening at three. Thirty two US official says an army veteran accused of plotting terrorist attacks in southern California had been discharged from the military for a series. Offense officials said today that marked Mingo was demoted for violating the uniform coat of military Justice and did not complete his enlistment contract for prosecutors say to Mingo converted to Islam and wanted retribution for the New Zealand mosque attacks to it was arrested Friday on a charge of providing material support to terrorists. The FBI said he allegedly claimed want another Las Vegas style massacre was plotting to detonate bombs in several locations, including white supremacist rally in Long Beach, last Saturday, and at the Santa Monica pier. There are more headaches today for the leaders of the California Democratic party in the party's former chairman Eric Bellman lawsuit just filed in Sacramento superior court against the party. And by former party staffers alleges they were victims of harassment and discrimination. And that nothing was done to stop it. This isn't the first time these kinds of accusations have been made. Against Bowman more on that now from KCRW's, Saul Gonzales in the lawsuit Tina mcinerney, a former operations director for the California Democratic party alleges Bouwman discriminated against her because she's African American that discrimination included, stripping her of job duties and giving them to white colleagues in the same suit to other party staffers. John victim Spencer, Dayton say they were both groped by Balan at Vignal claims. He was sexually harassed by Bahman on nearly a daily basis the suit also alleges the state Democratic Party fired victim Dayton in December after they held another employee filer harassment claim against Baumann, the lawsuit's plaintiffs are suing for compensation related to pain suffering and loss income is attorney and the state party offered no response to the latest lawsuit. KCRW Silliman's reporting says he's receiving treatment for alcohol abuse and other health issues..

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"rob god" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:13 min | 2 years ago

"rob god" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Another good one. Ashley what? I've heard of them. Hi, elliot. Okay. For for folks who aren't familiar pet? Patty is challenged when it comes to identifying songs and bands. Yes. So literate. Yes. And it's really like we're talking songs that everyone knows everyone that song, but Shishir Shad or the Rolling Stones. One. I was I was listening to the song. And I go I was like, Steve what is I'll be your pizza burning. Beast of burden. Things. I was like. Okay. Was kidding? I thought I was kidding. By the way. Can I believe this is for you, the listener send us a picture of someone with Frank rob God, Frank? Hey, Frank Robinson hats off raise a glass. One of the greatest fifteen baseball players in the history of baseball could do everything and went about it in a kind of an angry way. I mean, it was great. I saw him when he was in his seventies. And his last managerial stint with Washington nationals. Go after the manager for the Los Angeles angels, Mike social bench clearing brawl. He went after my. It was just a tremendous tremendous. Being he grew up in the same neighborhood as Bill Russell. And they were lifelong friends and both worked together on civil rights stuff. I mean, just a really just a a great guy big loss for the sport. I remember him saying that when they offered him that first managerial position he didn't even really want it. But he knew that if he turned it down that it could impede other black candidates from getting those shops. And I remember I actually listened to that game on the radio. It was really cold and Cleveland at eighty hit home run. First game is first African American player manager, and he hit a home run in opening day. But so hats off the Frank for a life. Well, lived and great path forward now to pick up the mantle and and carry it forward from civil rights perspective. Well, interesting you should say that because of Virginia seems to be having struggling with both their past and their present. And I was mentioned this earlier to Elliot when it comes to what the stories that are coming to the surface regularly. And who knows how governor north of made it this far in his career. Without this photo being an issue or coming up at all in any other campaign. You would think that somebody would find that? I've watched the good wife. You got these investigators who pull up all this dirt on opponents and things like that aren't they're pretty. No, no. Well, well, the good wife was just atrociously inaccurate show about everything Chicago since it was filmed in New York, but. Cannon. I as as as past practitioners of these dark arts of a course, you should be able to find God. Vote by dark arts. I did not mean the painting of a face arch. Meaning the Harry Potter reference to working on behalf of voldemort. It was before Harry Potter those those described political. Well, you would be it would be dorm a move in doctor strange terms. Doctor strange predates, or if you watch if you've watched the television show, billions when the the US attorney and billions was considering running for for governor his he also wizard. No, his major backer hired a private investigator to dig up everything. And that's the type of person that you would engage in who would go to every library look up every yearbook do all that stuff. And then come back, and aren't they doing that? Now, though, don't you have now combing through year. But now it's social media on Twitter just popping up all the time. But I mean, look the first thing that the first thing that any of us do when we're working with a candidate is say have you done it up a book on yourself, particularly somebody who's prominent in some way, have you done position research book on yourself to know what's going to come. So that you're prepared and you could deal with it. But, but this what would boggled my mind when this first came out was medical schools got a yearbook, but after that, it was oh my God, he had several campaigns several campaigns, and it never came up in this last one where you had the entire Republican party supporting Ed Gillespie against north them. And there was tens of millions hundreds of millions of dollars spent in this one one race. And they didn't look what. Well, I agree with David medical school yearbook thing that kind of threw me for a loop. And the fact of the medical school, by the way in one thousand nine hundred four didn't have any problem with the fact that they were I mean, there was no there is no confusion over you know, you can go back and say allied recipes, Michael Jackson. Was a character or personality somebody, but that was a clansman. Yeah. What's your problem? This this kind of. It's a strange thing for me because I was at school at the university of Virginia nineteen Eighty-four. So when people talk about how long ago it was. I'm like wasn't it like yesterday I was in law school there. But then go, yeah, I guess what's a heck of a long time ago. But I encountered folks like that at the university of Virginia and throughout the state. I traveled. I went to many small schools in in in the state of Virginia and this mentality. You know, it's there. But it is prevalent, and so much of our culture that we don't want to confront it. We don't wanna talk about Indiana gave birth to the Ku Klux Klan, I. Michigan. The exactly right by the first political campaign. I ever ran was in Richmond Virginia. Yep. And I got to Richmond. As a Yankee boy. And I'm in Richmond. I'm going and I'm driving on Jefferson Davis Parkway. And I'm seeing all the statues like what? And then I decided the week and a half after I arrived. I gotta go drive to apple Matic's this weekend just to make sure they knew that they surrendered. And I did I went to apple Matic's to see where the south surrender just like get her heard. This is freaking me out. Larry string. Let me take a break. We'll continue this conversation after the news because I do think this is something important to to try to grapple with. I I know a lot of people don't want to talk about it. But there's so much more that's involved here. And it's it is the stories out of Virginia. It is Liam Neeson's interview, which is very strange Liam to miss this. Okay. More after this. Why did you decide what's important? What's not important again show? It doesn't mean it's not important. It just means. Left unsaid is significant very significant ornament on seven twenty WGN. I'm going to have to school..

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"rob god" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"rob god" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"rob god" Discussed on James MacDonald Podcast

James MacDonald Podcast

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"rob god" Discussed on James MacDonald Podcast

"Responsibilities. My savings for the future. Myself. And if you get that out of order, you're going in the ditch, okay? There's so many people get any traction financially. Why are we all responding our wheels? Why can't we get ahead because you're stealing start with the top five Malachi three will a man rob God. We'll how have we robbed? You Malachi says in your ties in offerings. Okay. That belongs to God. It's not a decision that you get mine. It's my decision. That's not correct. That's not correct. If you want to hear, you know, watered down teaching you're going to have to go somewhere else, we come here to hear from the bible. And these are these are ties offerings they belong to God. So I things belong to God. First day of the week. I portion of income. You don't do that you're stealing then? Taxes? Jesus had rented Caesar what is Caesar's render unto God. What is God's? And if you think well, I can say that I drove there and that probably was a second trip to work, and I can probably write that off. And and I'm going out of state, but I'll make a phone call while I'm out of town, and that will make it business, and then I can declare that. I'm like, you're stealing. You're stealing. Don't you think? God sees what you have don't you think God is the one who has control of the tap. Okay. And you wonder why you're always fighting to get to a place of financial security like I'm not going to bless.

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"rob god" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"rob god" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Look at their faces. Do you know this joy, this is the whole thing? This is the point this is wash. It's all about and it comes when you feel God, how can fear and joy makes a mystery. But fear really means you stand in or of him. The reading that we have said what to do when you go into the house of God, you go to listen to offer the sacrifice of fools with your mouth. And when you've listened you will hear something from the one shepherd that we read about in chapter twelve which will make your heart. Whether you're in the cherries are in the pits. Joy comes when we live rightly before God, and we pleased him and the old devils a killjoy who was a murderer from the beginning. And he wants to rob you of God. And he wants to rob God of you, and too many Christians live in fear. We expect people that don't know the Lord to live in fear. We're looking here and there for external security instead of internal security and eternal security, which is the only security this enables you to live and sleep. Well, there is a marvellous I in the scriptures. Let me read it to you Ecclesiastes to twenty two. What does the man gain for all the Toyland anxious striving with which is laboring under the sun? All his days is work is pain and grief even night his mind does not rest. This too is frustrating, and do you know what that literally means? His body lies down, but his mind sits up. Wow. His body. Lies down has that ever happened to you? That's because your mind in your heart and your life, and the chief end of it is the gift that God has given you and not the God that gave you the gifts who can sleep. Well, the.

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"rob god" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"rob god" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"It. Rolls out in the street markets. Yeah. But you know, rap fi second role. People like running out there. It's five seconds. Walk is totally the sort of person who would pull her car over on the interstate insert gathering. Hands as she couldn't her shirt. Wrap than probably all right? Just brush him off. Wrappings put them under the sink for a little bit. They're fine. They maybe a little bruised. But so I think I don't think they get Bruce. It's not like fruit. No melodies. I don't know if you're aware of this. But. When I ran for office. I did very well. The polls on election day Lord. Here we go. Sixty five percent of this year. Well, here we are with the egos segment of the. I'm a beloved member of my community. But if I had lost this next story is exactly how I would have handled it. This guy's great from Dallas news, a Texas judge ousted in Tuesday's midterm elections. Spent Wednesday morning releasing nearly all of the juvenile defendants who came before him and didn't show up to court on Thursday. Oh my God. Okay. So why did he do this? Why did he lost because he action? Okay. That that's no reason to do it. So he lost his reasons so he lost. And so he was like take that could be the all the criminals. I'm not coming to work the next day. All right. And he didn't trouble for them. It seems like you would get in trouble didn't now I listen, I saw a little bit of the story. And didn't he ask a question before we let them go? The guy's name was Glenn Devlin, by the way. Here's here's the quote from the public defender of the area, Steven Halpern. He told us to the Houston chronicle, quote, he was releasing everybody. Apparently he was saying that's what the voters wanted. And then I think a bunch of juvenile's he like he looked at the juvenile's, and he was like a murder anybody. Oh my God. The kids were like, nah. And he's like, okay. The judge can he's like all right? Bye. I mean, listen, this is not of that is not. Ok okay. I mean, I don't care how big your ego. All my God. You don't like who gets him into trouble. Like, how does he get? How does he get it? Nobody gives he's no longer in power. And this is the problem. Like what happens if in all seriousness? What happens if if somebody that he let go goes and commits a horrible crime? Then who's accountable for that voters should have kept him in office. Rob God story. God. Right. As we saw with ROY Moore when you're a judge, you can do whatever you damn well. So it's like how about people just do the right thing to you that. Yeah. Right..

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"rob god" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

11:37 min | 2 years ago

"rob god" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"So it has to do with our own personal lives. Why? Because in this past week portion VA, rob God tells Abraham that he wanted to destroy. All of the inhabitants in the land of Saddam and Amora, Saddam Saddam in Amora Sodom, and Gomorrah whatever you wanna call it. Dome. Why because the people had become incredibly wicked over there. Really really bad people Abraham odd from being who he was felt that any righteous people who were living there should not suffer just because of the other wicked people saw from goes and he pleads with God, and he makes the following declaration. And he says would you please bear the place for the sake of just fifty righteous people and got said, you know, what if I find dome just fifty righteous people, then I'm going to spare the entire place the entire community on their account. Abraham then says, you know, what what if the fifty righteous people would then just lack five let's just translate that. What if they're only forty five people would you still save the community? Well, God said I would act on the account of forty five. What about if only forty what about thirty five and thirty what about twenty? And God said, I will not destroy on the counter of twenty Abraham says what if they're only ten people to be found in Saddam and God said, I'm not going to destroy on the account of just ten people. You're find ten righteous people, and we'll save the entire city. So you say, well what's going on here? Like a math game fifty people forty five people thirty five people thirty people what's going on here. Get to the point. Why are they playing what seems to almost amount to wish rate? Well, clearly didn't want God to destroy Saddam. If there were righteous people who were also living there he wanted to make sure that they would be safe. However from Abraham a leader was a little uncertain as to the amount of righteous people that needed to be living in that community in order for God to spare that city so Abram didn't want to start off with a number that was too small and have got dismissed the idea altogether. He had a think about this. How is he going to work? Really? How's he going gonna be successful? He's got to make it happen. So he began with a higher number to see whether or not got even agreed with that idea. Labral Abraham has God spare the place if they're just fifty righteous people and got quickly. Agreed. You know, why? Because hey, this wasn't a very large request fifty people. That's such a big request. Of course. How can it not save the city for fifty people and be God also agreed with Abraham's thinking he likes where he's headed? You see because each time Abraham was successful. He then felt comfortable making additional requests until ultimately God finally said, I will not destroy them on the account of just ten people. You see the I would say the biggest mistake that most people make Clooney myself. I've done this many times. Then when we set goals, and the reason why we really achieve them is that we focus solely on the attachment of a very very large goal, but there are numerous smaller and very worthy. Milestones along the way that are necessary to hit if one is ever going to reach the main goal, for example. Assume someone wanted to go let's say diet. The person says you know, what I wanna do. I wanna lose fifty pounds fifty pounds. The reason most people probably aren't going to be successful is because this main goal is just too far removed from where they are right now for goals to be reached a person must have easy to reach what we'll call bite sized targets. You have a bite sized targets along the way. Then you treat them as a major success when you leave each of them, the human nature is usually to take an all nothing attitude towards reaching our goals without smaller. What we'll call incremental steps along the way, it just becomes very easy to give up and become very frustrated and disappointed, and I'll give you an example. And you could see this all the time. I saw that they just put up a big health club right behind air. Synagogue across across palmetto park road. You see health clubs have built their entire business model around this very principle. Ever wonder how health clubs are consistently signing up hundreds of new members? Yet. They never built any new lockers to accommodate all those new people. How's that possible? Hundreds of new people every year. How is it possible that their membership numbers a constantly increasing, but the facilities never get any larger the answer is that most people who join health or exercise clubs never follow through. And this is largely because the goals they set for themselves. He's usually too far removed from where they are right now. If someone joined health club with desire to lose fifty pounds. But after several weeks of very hard work yelling lose one pound. I can tell you one thing it's very likely that that person is no longer can have the motivation and inspiration to continue their membership at that health club because the goal of losing fifty pounds has now become an insurmountable task. However, the weighty which she this goal would be to do exactly what exactly what Abraham our forefathers did and have smaller. That's just one but several smaller and easier to attain goals, maybe losing five pounds every three months or two pounds in the first month, something which is attainable. Something which you could see even though it might be slow, but you reached your goal your Mark. And since these goals are much more. Cheerful you won't get discouraged. And can now easily follow through to reach your goal of losing fifty pounds. Whatever your goals are it's important to have several intermediate targets that you can aim for along the way by doing this. You'll find that achieving almost any goal is literally an easier task. And all your biggest dreams are going to be finally within your reach. I love that. I love that so much. I wanna really just like my buddy over added Lieberman for that idea. Thank you so much. What a great great way to think about all the things that we need to work on. You think about the way all of these programs began didn't happen because there was some of that said, I'm going to change the world. But it's the listen, I'm going to work on something very important. Just like the trip. We went on last week that trip. Vitamin came back incredibly motivated. It's the ones that are going to take on the small baby steps to improve their relationships perhaps with a spouse to improve a relationship with child. Those are the ones that are actually going to become the successful ones. The ones that come back and say, oh, everything is going to be different right now probably won't happen. Ladies, gentlemen. What a great great message. And as we get closer to Chabad. I want to welcome you to what they're calling the biggest ever shabas project Chabad project right now, it's about to begin the new theme of this year. Shabas project is stopped doing start being and it's reaching fourteen hundred city amazing. This this year's project includes mountaineers someting Kilimanjaro. And the lone Jew in lung, LA classes Larkana that's a place in Pakistan one's been there before it's one Judy. Apparently, he's keeping his own Chabad with the rest of the Jewish world. You ever heard of that place Larkana ever imagine people climbing Kilimanjaro keeping Chabad well, they're doing it this weekend because this project is a global Glatt grass roots movement that brings Jews from across the world together to keep a single Chabad. You know what? I know that you're listening to this Sunday. Maybe this should have been discussed last week just thinking about it. Now, you're probably right. But you should feel so good knowing the fourteen hundred different communities participated in something, which is just mind boggling. If this is something which touches, you guess what you're never more than just a few days away from another major Jewish holiday to in this case Shabbat. You like what I'm about to say? Listen to what people are doing put it on the calendar for this coming week. Through the great because you know, it's one one thing about this program is that it transcends religious denominations, it transcends, political persuasions, and it transcends any other arbitrary divide aged language and lifestyle last year, the Chabad project move the needle past the one thousand city, Mark and attracted record numbers of participants. In many of those cities, an estimated one million people took part, not just in the unique Chabad program, but in citywide spirited, Trish about politics and post Chabad of concerts, and I can tell you in Boca. I knew of two different bakes that just took place one. In del Ray. Boecker, but it's on the border said rabbi, Jack jangle show. Muna and the other one took place in Boca Raton, synagogue. I remember a few years ago at Benito or congregation more than two thousand women got together for the shabas project to bake collar in San Diego, more than a thousand Chaban meals have been arranged at a private home, or I guess in different private homes across the county with people hosting neighbors friends colleagues and even perfect strangers the calling it radical hospitality. In a time in a day and age where people perhaps not reaching out to others. San Diego is a model for what we should all be doing radical hospitality in New York long. Islanders will enjoy the spectacle of Kabbalah Chabad services and singing in the streets. Could you imagine that Long Island people going out to the streets and singing? No D league craft Kotla because they're beginning Shabbat in the streets. Followed by what they're calling a dark Tisch dark Titians. It's Friday.

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"rob god" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"rob god" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Toby Lakers genie, Mitch, Jim, something. So basketball, sports, sports, sports, sports balls, poor Spoilsports balls. Speaking of that, you know, we're going to start the Laker for an office show today at eight thirty eight thirty. Yes, probably linka general manager sir. Do not ask aggressive questions. What do you mean? Don't be trying to get home and don't try and get them in trouble. I am a professional broadcaster Elsie I I will be one hundred percent on point. All right. We don't want anymore. Late night incidents, Magic Johnson, linking wink, wink in and then get in finding stuff. No doubt, but thank goodness, Kobe or somebody said what they said to her to get her to do it because it it's rare where you can say right here is where changed they've usually it's a draft pick that maybe develops over time or you get the number one pick and you can go and get a guy and Anthony Davis LeBron who you just know. Slam dunk on excellent player, but in the middle of the season to make an executive change to make a general manager changing, have a go on just stop on a dime and go back in the process of direction. That doesn't happen very often with the Lakers. It feels like it did from the second magic and rob God here organization felt more lay Kary almost overnight. Yeah, absolutely. The decision making believe it when I say this, what magic and rob showed within the first few months of taking over to organization was all brawn. James needed to know that there was competency and Laker land. Again, when you look at being able to trae Lou Williams, spin that into a pig, United pick became Kuzina Kouzmin. Right. What does that tell you now only were they smart in terms of getting a future player, but they found these still of the draft coming out the gate. So when you look over and you see that you go, okay, they have credibility. They have gravitas, and, oh, by the way they're competent. I liked what I'm seeing, and then you know not to poop, poop or Mitch. He dig another job. Job and he brought back to Mathie miles Goff and and Tony Parker. Those were his moves from Michael Jordan, Charlotte, bobcats, Tony Parker, and Tim iffy miles gov. And I'm looking at going, how the hell were you able to hold onto this job? This loan wildly different personalities, but you know what? It feels like Gruden just where it just it's, it's it's over dude it. It's passed you by not that you weren't good at it. Not that she didn't have great success. Not that you didn't earn everything that you've gotten in this basketball world, but you got to you got it's different. Now you, you didn't change. You're still doing the way it was done. Fifteen twenty years ago. It's different now. You can't do it like that and you're stuck in an old way, Mitch Cup check and Jon Gruden both fall into that category. Yeah. And you know, maybe he will turn that thing around Charlotte. Maybe you know, the Timothy mosque off thing was just like, I gotta get somebody in here because I get I how it out. I don't know if he's a good move. I don't always fully unknow understand that. But what I do know is that when I. I started here on the radio station to many Mazda was the big free agent signed an and repeatedly IS west the plan. Not that what is the plan? And so I'm looking again in my going right when you've got two hundred miles from Tony Parker. What is your plan? No plan. That was not a good plan. We're gonna peel back the pigskin Elsie go plan is not here. You and me. We're peeling back the pigskin next..

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"rob god" Discussed on Overnight Drive

Overnight Drive

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"rob god" Discussed on Overnight Drive

"He hate me going to be. You know they're gonna. Have he hate me, come back, you know, it rod smart. I am actually convinced with the decline of the NFL quarter over horror year round year that arena football is going to become a bigger and bigger thing because it's just more unregulated. It's like people like a blood sport. You know what I mean? I think football is gonna become a much bigger way. If I recall correctly, the first XFL was tempted directly compete with the NFL. This is linked. Oh, so so it is. It's not like a an arena football thing. Okay. Well, I mean, that's really what the XFL was. Yes, they played in a few football arenas, but it really it was a glorified arena football in the same way that it was actually kind of genius in the fact that consolidating all like the little local wrestling fucking organizations made the the national one kind of smart, kinda Ron smart, the real real name. If he hate me, there we go. Great, right? Dangled circle of life. We're going to take it down a rod smart on the field to get as an ounce. The game, rob God, Rogers hit Tim Tiba with a chair. Some reason Tim t-boz actually going to be on the Mets, which is great. Great. Great for baseball baseball. Now. Yeah, he's actually really good. Okay. I pretty much only like follow NHL and sporadically that well, yeah. That's, that's your problem. I mean that. Partly because I work with some people who are like. Obsessive Yankee fans. It's like being obsessive about baseball, kind of odd. So you work. Tell us about your of your wack. Do you work with any punks at all? I don't work any punks but like. Which is good. I played bastard and people were into it. All right. You work with weirdos. Yeah, I work with weirdos. I do work legitimate weird. The people I work with on the line, like across the board a lot. You work with people who like listen to sleep and surely actually gotten a lot of way nailed it exactly. Service industry people, donors are coke heads, listen to requirement..

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"rob god" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"rob god" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

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