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    ITSPmagazine | Technology. Cybersecurity. Society
    Everything Is Driven By Code And Code Is Controlled By APIs: Taking Application Security To The Next Level Through Research, Assessments, Scanning, And Training | A Checkmarx Origin Story With Renny Shen And Bryant Schuck

    ITSPmagazine | Technology. Cybersecurity. Society

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 43:43


    Application development has become an extremely complex endeavor, with multiple components involved ranging from open source libraries to shared cloud services and microservices accessed through APIs. The only thing more difficult than building an advanced application is securing it. But it doesn't need to be that way.This is where Checkmarx comes in. With a focus on application and API security assessments, scanning, and training, DevOps and AppSec teams can work together to reduce the complexity in application development and delivery, ensuring that time-to-market requirements are met alongside the equally-important functional and security requirements."A lot of where we focus for the future is staying on top of how applications are changing... and how customers are building their applications." ~BryantThe team at Checkmarx didn't just develop a set of strong capabilities and stop there, they continue to follow the engineering trends, IT Ops trends, and continue to meet the needs of the modern application and the modern DevOps environment. With this, they recognize that the environment is under constant change - that organizations are forever transforming. This means everything that makes the business run is also changing - the apps, the cloud, the containers, the libraries, and the microservices, as just a few examples."When it really comes down to focus, if you have a single platform, there's a lot of awesome things that you can do with that data." ~BryantSimilarly, as the environments expand and become even more complex, it's critical to have a single view into defining, managing, and ensuring success throughout the entire app development lifecycle. Complexity is the enemy of security. Reducing complexity is what Checkmarx is after."That's why I really like about Checkmarx as a company. It is a whole culture and mission, just not selling security, but actually helping our customers." ~RennyListen in as we get to hear from Renny and Bryant about the origin and journey of Checkmark - past, present, and future.Note: This story contains promotional content. Learn more.GuestsRenny ShenDirector of Product Marketing at Checkmarx [@Checkmarx]On Linkedin | https://www.linkedin.com/in/renny-shen/Bryant SchuckSenior Product Manager at Checkmarx [@Checkmarx]On Linkedin | https://www.linkedin.com/in/bryant-schuck/ResourcesLearn more about Checkmarx and their offering: https://itspm.ag/checkmarx-i9o5Watch the video version and listen to the audio version of this conversation at: https://itspmagazine.com/their-stories/everything-is-driven-by-code-and-code-is-controlled-by-apis-securing-apps-through-research-assessments-scanning-and-training-a-checkmarx-origin-story-with-renny-shen-and-bryant-schuckTo see and hear more Redefining CyberSecurity content on ITSPmagazine, visit:https://www.itspmagazine.com/redefining-cybersecurity-podcastAre you interested in telling your story?https://www.itspmagazine.com/telling-your-story

    B-Schooled
    What makes you unique?: B-Schooled episode 120

    B-Schooled

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 16:36


    It's a question that haunts all MBA applicants: How do I stand out? What's special about me? What makes me unique? This episode offers several ideas for how to understand what you have to offer an MBA program that no one else can.   

    Paul's Security Weekly
    ASW #207 - Chen Gour Arie

    Paul's Security Weekly

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 78:18


    In today's high-tech industries, security is struggling to keep up with rapidly changing production systems and the chaos that agile development introduces into workflows. Application security (AppSec) teams are fighting an uphill battle to gain visibility and control over their environments. Rather than invest their time in critical activities, teams are overwhelmed by gaps in visibility and tools to govern the process. As a result, many digital services remain improperly protected. In this episode, we plan to address and discuss the current state of AppSec, and point out a few common failure points. Afterwards we plan to discuss what agile AppSec looks like, and how a reorganization, and a shift in management strategy could greatly transform the field, and allow business to truly address the risk of under-protected software.   Segment Resources: https://appsecmap.com/   Nextauth.js account takeover due to parsing flaw, URL parsing flaw in Go's net/url, another path traversal, Slack exposes password hashes (whaaat!?), Twitter exposes 5.4 million accounts, ransomware and research against PyPI and GitHub, videos from fwd:cloudsec 2022.   Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/asw for all the latest episodes! Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/secweekly Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/secweekly   Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw207

    Marine Conservation Happy Hour
    MCHH 413: The soul crushing agony of applying for jobs

    Marine Conservation Happy Hour

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 17:07


    Aplying for jobs can be soul destroying in the field of ocean science and conservation. Dr Scarlett Smash and Dr Craken MacCraic share some of their concerns and pet peeves about the current job application and interview process. They also talk about how potential employers could be more ethical, empathetic and respectful to job seekers. This episode is supported by an ad from Cetacean Research Technology - providers of affordable, top quality hydrophones to scientists, documentary makers, artists, educators, whale-watchers and all types of ocean enthusiast! https://www.cetaceanresearch.com/index.html If you liked this show please support us so we can keep providing more content,  $1 helps : www.patreon.com/marineconservation  Contact info@absolutelysmashingllc.com for more information about sponsoring MCHH episodes or having advertisments on the show. MCHH Twitter MCHH Fb Live Dr Scarlett Smash YouTube Dr Scarlett Smash Twitter  Dr Scarlett Smash Instagram Dr Scarlett Smash TikTok  Dr Craken MacCraic Twitter Dr Craken MacCraic Instagram MCHH Instagram

    Authentic Conversations with Andy Mason
    156 How I'm Reading the Bible Right Now

    Authentic Conversations with Andy Mason

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 19:25


    Ever wondered how an ancient text (the book of Genesis was first written around 3400 years ago) can give you wisdom and keys to the way of life on a daily basis? Better yet, the words are living and active and as you read them, they are READING YOU! So how do you engage with the scriptures on a daily basis to grow in wisdom and the best way to live life?  Here's some practical tips that I am doing right now. 1. My baseline, go-to reading, is the book of Proverbs This is the book of wisdom so reading a chapter each day keeps you from sabotaging your life success... IF you do what it says. To ignore the counsel of wisdom is to invite trouble into your life (Prov 9:12 TPT). The simple way is to read the chapter that coincides with the day of the month. Today is August 9 so I'm reading Proverbs chapter 9. As I read I am asking Holy Spirit, what wisdom He has for me today. Verse 6 pops out: "Lay aside your simple thoughts and leave your paths behind. Agree with my ways, live in my truth, and you will find righteousness." I then highlight it and re-read it across different versions. I love the YouVersion bible app for this as it is so quick and easy. Actually, I've just started giving to them on a monthly basis because it's such a great resource and I use it virtually every day. Reading across different versions helps with context - so that you don't read into the scripture something it was never intended to say. Different versions also help broaden your understanding of the passage as they use different words that can trigger slightly different perspective and understanding. I find that when I pause from my activity and lean into 'hearing' more that God speaks more. That's a principle - Pay attention, therefore, to how you listen. Whoever has will be given more, but whoever does not have, even what he thinks he has will be taken away from him (Luke 8:18). So what am I hearing Wisdom speak to me today from Proverbs 8:6 I mentioned above? The simple framework S.O.A.P helps me (developed by Pastor Wayne Cordeiro) What Scripture is highlighted? What is your Observation about what it says? What is the Application to you, today? Now take a moment and Pray about it. My observation is that this is invitation to let go thinking and the patterns of behavior that lead to undermining confidence, sowing doubt and sabotaging or delaying success in the Way of life (righteousness).  My application for today is a re-emphasis and re-engagement in what I talking to you about! I MUST come daily and prioritize time to read and listen to the ways of Wisdom. I need to refix my thinking and behaviour on what Wisdom says about me and not what circumstance or opposition says. SO I AM EXTENDING MY TIME DAILY to do just this. It is how I start my day. This is significant because the last two months have been all over the map with transition and changing environments. Now that we are in our own home I need to re-establish daily patters, disciplines and rituals that set me up for success. This is the first one! Now I pray: Lord, I let go the distractions and mess all around me and recenter my life and focus on You and Your ways of Wisdom. Let Your Word read and align me. Search me and know me. Test me and know my anxious thoughts. Test me and see if there is any offensive way in me. And lead me in the way everlasting. Thank you for speaking to me this morning! 2. My current (re)focus is the scripture that define my life purpose  As we get setup again in a new home, in a new location, with a new schedule (and timezone) I felt prompted to go back to the scripture mandate that defines my purpose and calling. Titus 1:5 is a life verse that first opened up to me around 2005 after a 21 day fast. It is the Apostle Paul speaking to his disciple, Titus, saying "For this reason I left you in Crete, that you should SET IN ORDER THE THINGS THAT ARE LACKING, AND APPOINT ELDERS IN EVERY CITY..." This is what eventually became the tagline of my coaching/consulting business as I was running one day pondering how to say what I do: "I give individuals and organizations clarity for what's next and the courage to do it." So how am I uniquely reading the bible right now? A) I am going back over key scriptures that define who I am and what the Lord has commanded me to do Note, this is what THE LORD says about me; not a missionary, not a pastor, not a leader. According to the command of the Lord (see Titus 1:3 TPT) What are they key passage(s) of scripture that define you? If you don't have one, ask the Lord to reveal to you a scripture or passage. Don't wait, do it right now. B) I am going deeper and broader in the scripture I jumped into the passion translation and copied the entire book of Titus, then pasted it into a word document. I then deleted all the titles and verse numbers so that it reads like it would have originally... as a letter... to me! I then saved it as a pdf file and uploaded this into a document reader (I use ReMarkable) that I can then write over, highlight and add notes. You could simply do this by printing out a hard copy and writing over it. I have uploaded a copy of my document HERE (click to open/download). If this doesn't work, email me and I will send you a copy. C) I am highlighting actions, commands and behaviors to implement As I repeatedly read through this letter (to me!) I look for phrases or words that are repeated. I also read the entire passage in other translations for the same reasons I mentioned earlier in this post. I then underline, highlight or annotate things that stand out. For me that is the purpose for which the letter was written and the mandate given to Titus - what he was being commanded to do. I then look for HOW he is to do that.  All of this I note and then summarize in my journal/notebook. I am committed to reading this daily over at least a week, pondering it through and allowing it to percolate in my spirit (called meditation).  After a week or so, I will take time to summarize and then use that to refine and refresh the vision, purpose, mission, objectives, strategies and actions for my business... Heaven in Business!  PS. If you read through Titus you will find the very purpose for which I wrote this today for you! So, what will you be reading today and tomorrow? Send your questions and comments to contact@heaveninbusiness.com and join us in-person or online HeaveninBusiness.com        

    New Hope Daily SOAP - Daily Devotional Bible Reading

    Welcome to Daily SOAP from New Hope! Today's Reading: Revelation 17 - August 9, 2022 - Read Here: https://www.bible.com/en-GB/bible/111/REV.17.NIV . . . . . Our staff and leadership employ what's called the “S.O.A.P. Method”. It stands for Scripture, Observation, Application, and Prayer. Each day, we read one or two chapters of Scripture and focus on one particular verse. We make some observations about how that verse touches us, discern how it applies to our lives, and offer a prayer related to what we have read. - Rev. Dr. Vicki Harrison -- Donate via PayPal to support the podcasts and the Technical Arts Ministry of New Hope! https://goo.gl/o2a9oU Subscribe at: http://www.findnewhope.com/soap (813) 689-4161 keywords: devotional, bible study

    Whitestone Podcast
    About Ada Lovelace

    Whitestone Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 13:11


    The story of Ada Lovelace is one of the most unusual in history. She was more than a century ahead of the era of Bill Gates and Steve Jobs! So, just who is Ada Lovelace and why do you know little to nothing about her? And does her life have relevance for the way we live our lives today? Join Kevin as he unfolds the life story and contributions of Ada Lovelace! // Download this episode's Application & Action questions and PDF transcript at whitestone.org.

    The Virtual CISO Podcast
    What You Need to Know about APIs and API Security

    The Virtual CISO Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 43:34


    Application development is moving from a web-centric world to an API-centric world. If you're wondering what that looks like, what the security implications are and what an API is, you're in the right place. There is no shortage of new application security strategies to familiarize ourselves with as cybersecurity adapts to changing times. That's why I invited Rob Dickinson, CTO at Resurface Labs, to explain APIs, continuous API operation observability, and prevalent challenges in the API economy. Join us as we discuss: Moving from a web-centric to an API-centric world The value of opbersing API operation in production environment  Tackling security issues in the API economy To hear this episode, and many more like it, you can subscribe to The Virtual CISO Podcast here. If you don't use Apple Podcasts, you can find all our episodes here. Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for The Virtual CISO Podcast in your favorite podcast player 

    The Midday Report with Mandy Wiener
    Hillary Gardee: Two of the three men accused of the murder of Hillary Gardee will continue with their bail application.

    The Midday Report with Mandy Wiener

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 2:24


    Guest: Zikhona Ntshona - Newzroom Afrika ReporterSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    .NET in pillole
    Miglioriamo la grafica delle nostre Console Application con Terminal.Gui

    .NET in pillole

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 7:53


    Oggi vi parlo di una libreria che permette di realizzare delle GUI nelle nostre applicazioni console. In passato vi ho parlato di Spectre.Console, oggi si cambia completamente generehttps://github.com/gui-cs/Terminal.Guihttps://github.com/gui-cs/TerminalGuiDesigner

    Better Product Solutions Podcast
    14 -Nick LaBelle, Advanced Specialist Application Engineer from 3M - The Better Product Solutions Podcast.mp4

    Better Product Solutions Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 27:09


    In this episode, we speak with Nick LaBelle, Advanced Specialist Application Engineer from 3M. As part of 3M, Nick has worked extensively with adhesive tapes and prefers to call them “Problem Solving Adhesives.” Nick's role at 3M is to help bridge the gap between wanting a product to perform a specific way and how tape can help make that happen over more traditional manufacturing processes. He views the role of tape as solving design challenges for manufacturers in ways more traditional processes cannot. We sat down with Nick to discuss how Tapecon and 3M can help with any design challenge.

    PROPERTY LEGENDS with novak properties
    NOVAK NEWS - HOW TO MAKE YOUR APPLICATION SHINE!!!…

    PROPERTY LEGENDS with novak properties

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 20:18


    NOVAK NEWS - HOW TO MAKE YOUR APPLICATION SHINE!!!…

    New Hope Daily SOAP - Daily Devotional Bible Reading

    Welcome to Daily SOAP from New Hope! Today's Reading: Revelation 16 - August 8, 2022 - Read Here: https://www.bible.com/en-GB/bible/111/REV.16.NIV . . . . . Our staff and leadership employ what's called the “S.O.A.P. Method”. It stands for Scripture, Observation, Application, and Prayer. Each day, we read one or two chapters of Scripture and focus on one particular verse. We make some observations about how that verse touches us, discern how it applies to our lives, and offer a prayer related to what we have read. - Rev. Dr. Vicki Harrison -- Donate via PayPal to support the podcasts and the Technical Arts Ministry of New Hope! https://goo.gl/o2a9oU Subscribe at: http://www.findnewhope.com/soap (813) 689-4161 keywords: devotional, bible study

    Love Your Life, with Randy Mermell
    22-6-29 - A More Deeper Now

    Love Your Life, with Randy Mermell

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 56:55


    Our meetings are called Principles in Application, they are held virtually on Zoom.  There is a Principles in Application meeting every day.  All of the meetings are based on 12 steps and start with 20 minutes of meditation. These are meetings based on living by spiritual principles in our lives today right now. For a meeting schedule please visit https://www.randymermell.com/meetings

    Spirit Sherpa
    Using The Right Magick for the Right Application

    Spirit Sherpa

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 38:04


    In this episode, Kelle Sparta and Julz talk about how to think about magick and how to determine what application is right for a specific situation. Listen is as Kelle teaches us how to work with magick.References:-For more information about Kelle Sparta or Kelle Sparta Enterprises:--https://kellesparta.com/learn-more-about-kelle/-Driveabout (Full Version) https://youtu.be/biD21gy6qZk--Written by: Kelle Sparta--Performed by: Kelle Sparta and Daniel Singer--Produced by: Daniel Singer-Keywords:Spirit Sherpa, Kelle Sparta, Transformational Shaman, Spirit Doctor, spiritual, spirituality, shaman, shamanism, manifestation, magickLicensing and Credits:“Spirit Sherpa” is the sole property of Kelle Sparta Enterprises and is distributed under a Creative Commons: BY-NC-ND 4.0 license. For more information about this licensing, please go to www.creativecommons.org. Any requests for deviations to this licensing should be sent to kelle@kellesparta.com. To sign up for, or get more information on the programs, offerings, and services referenced in this episode, please go to www.kellesparta.com. Post-production of this episode of “Spirit Sherpa” has been done by Christopher Wright. Individual Podcast Covers designed by Aleksandra Taraschansky. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    Faith Community Bible Church
    The Christian's Seeking, Setting, and Seeing

    Faith Community Bible Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 45:00


    Good morning Church! My name is Trent Houck, and it's my joy to be one of the Pastors here at FCBC. I want to invite you to turn in your Bibles to Colossians 3:1- 4 and have that open in front of you as we set this passage up. Here is my main point today: Jesus is the Focal Point of the Christian Life. Because Jesus is the focal point: God calls Christians to seek Christ, set the mind on Christ, and to see Christ. 1. Seek Christ (Colossians 3:1) 2. Set the Mind on Christ (Colossians 3:2-3) 3. See Christ (Colossians 3:4). Jesus saves us into a life of singular focus. Our argument today is set against the backdrop of the human condition. That is, living with multiple focal points. For example, we want flourishing families. So, we try to center our lives on family. We want flourishing bodies. So, we focus ourselves on happiness and health. We want financial stability. We want to be relieved of our stress. So, we adopt practices that minimize strain. We track our sleep, see a counselor, or become minimalists. Our hearts are crowded by the objects of desire. The more we want something, the more we focus on it. I want to begin this morning by asking a few simple questions: What do you want? What do you desire? What motivates your affections? What is the focus of your life? My argument this morning is that we want whatever it is that takes up the imaginative space of our hearts. It's what we think about when we have nothing else to think about. We want those things that we are sure to keep an eye on. We want those things to which we pay closest attention. Let me just illustrate this by the idea of a focal point. What is the focal point of this first image? The obvious answer is the single air balloon. Your eye is drawn to the center of this picture. You probably feel a sense of peace. The lake is serene and placid. The sky is monochromatic. The trees are all aligned. The horizon is linear. It's beautiful. This is what it's like to have a single focus. 2 However, if I show you a contrasting image. What is the focal point of this second image? The answer is debatable. There may be no focal point. Maybe it's the largest balloon. Maybe it's the nearest. Maybe it's the one in the center of the picture. Your eye moves around, rather than staying focused on a single point. You might feel a sense of stress, unease, or crowdedness. I am personally anxious about the balloons running into each other and seeing people fall from their wicker baskets. The Old Testament is a single story about competing focal points. God commands that his people "have no other gods before me", and he warns that those who construct idols, or take on false gods, become like them. This is not because God feels threatened, or wants to steal our joy, but precisely because he knows that he alone is the source of our highest joys. He proscribes a life of singularity. The Bible teaches that what we want, desire, or pursue eventually becomes the object of our affections. Our pleasures become our pressures. God knows that we are habitual creatures, and that whatever we take pleasure in becomes precious to us. This generation is characterized by the disembodied, absent presence of unchecked desires. We are walking zombies. If you were to ask a sociologist what this generation of people wanted more than anything, I think the sociologist's answer would be: "Everything and Nothing." We are a distracted people, holding hands with God, while engrossed in finding satisfaction in this world. We are everywhere and nowhere at once. Jesus addresses us as the Martha generation: "Martha, Martha, you are anxious and troubled about many things, but one thing is necessary" (Luke 10:41-42). This is a dangerous way to live. Cal Newport warns that, "[If you] Spend enough time in a state of frenetic shallowness and you permanently reduce your capacity to perform deep [focused] work." This concept also applies to deep worship. Even Winnie the Pooh once 3 famously said, "Sometimes the smallest things take up the most room in your heart." Little things become focal points. So, what do you want? What is the focal point of your life? As a Pastor, I am constantly wrestling with multiple objects of desire. I want our church to be unified. I want ministries to be flourishing. I want to preach well. I want to write. I want to administrate. I want to persuade. I want friends. I want clarity and precision in my thinking. I want to read. I want to feel. I want my marriage to thrive. I want my kids to excel. I want to leave this place better than I found it. I want to be missed when I'm gone. Which of these will become the focus? Well, it depends on the time of day! The Christian life, however, is one of singular focus. We need to know, more than any other generation that we cannot have everything, do everything, experience everything, see everything, be everything, or maintain everything without losing something. Jesus famously said: 24 “If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross and follow me. 25 For whoever would save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for my sake will find it. 26 For what will it profit a man if he gains the whole world and forfeits his soul? Or what shall a man give in return for his soul? (Matthew 16:24-26). Echoing Jesus, the American Missionary to Ecuador, Jim Elliot, once wrote, “He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose.” And, C.T. Studd, once wrote, "Only one life, 'twill soon be past. Only what's done for Christ will last." Or, to quote our very own Steve Walker: "In 70 years, none of this will matter." What do you want? What is the focus of your life? The Christian can only be about one thing. To say with the Psalmist, 4 One thing have I asked of the Lord, that will I seek after: that I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life, to gaze upon the beauty of the Lord and to inquire in his temple (Psalm 27:4). Are you ready to be about one thing? Do you want to be about one thing? We are learning that the Colossians were quite like us. They were at a spiritual set of crossroads. They were being tempted to engage in an infinite number of distractions that would cloud their vision and affection for Jesus. Their one life was threatened and assailed by "...philosophy and empty deceit" (Col. 2:8). Their lives were judged on the basis of what they ate and drank and how they organized their liturgical calendar (Col. 2:16-19). So, they were tempted to submit to regulations that were "...of no value in stopping the flesh" (Col. 2:20-23). The pressures were mounting. In short, they were being given a set of metrics to measure their sense of assurance or spiritual fitness. They were being tempted to regress to the spiritual shallows of multiple focal points. The false teachers were whispering, 'You can have it all!'" They were beginning to slide down the slope of self-righteousness. 'Holiness is this way. Follow us to Christ." Paul, having furiously warned of the dangers of succumbing to this kind of frenetic and chaotic life, now demonstrates in all of chapter three what the Christian life ought to be focused on. And, we can say plainly, that it ought to be focused on Christ alone. Jesus Christ is the single and solitary focal point of the Christian life. There is only one thing that should really matter to the Christian: Jesus Christ. Jesus is enough. There is only one road and only one way. So, we must ask: Why do other focal points crowd out our gaze on Christ? Isn't it astounding to think that Christians, who have come to know Jesus Christ, to 5 love "the glory of God in the face of Jesus" (2 Cor. 4:6), to be filled in Christ (Col. 2:8-10), to be born again to a living hope (1 Peter 1:3), could ever grow distracted by other things? Paul certainly thought so as he wrote to the Galatians, "I am astonished that you are so quickly deserting him who called you in the grace of Christ and are turning to a different gospel…" (Galatians 1:6). Why does this happen? You might remember that last week David challenged us to reflect on why we make human-centered rules to maintain our sense of self-righteousness. He said, "The answers to the deeper 'why' questions will reveal a reward you are pursuing or a pain you're avoiding." We start making rules when we get our eyes off of Jesus. Why aren't we growing in Christ? Why are we discouraged, or stuck? Maybe the answer is that we've made our growth the focus of our gaze, instead of Jesus. We're still, in some small way, focused on ourselves! To our surprise, our relationship with God may be about us, and not God. Our Bible reading may have become a vendetta to get something from God, rather than be with God. The problem for the Colossians is the same problem for us. They were tempted to add to Jesus. Ever since the Garden of Eden, we get spiritually stuck when we add something to Jesus. The human-focused way to get unstuck is to adopt idols. New rules. But, that only deepens our ruts. Our hearts are 'idols factories' and ruleproducing. Jesus shows us a better way. God calls the Christian to seek Christ, Set the mind on Christ, and See Christ. 1. Seek Christ (Colossians 3:1) 2. Set the Mind on Christ (Colossians 3:2-3) 3. See Christ (Colossians 3:4). Heavenly Father, we come before you again and ask that you would magnify your name. We want to seek the one thing that really matters. Your words divide between soul and spirit, joint and marrow, and we would ask that you would use it 6 to cut through our defenses. Show us our disordered desires and the ways in which we are inclined to make something or someone else central to our lives. Jesus, thank you that you not only show us what it means to live with a singular focus, but for the joy set before you, you endured the Cross. Your perfect righteousness is now imputed to us by faith so that we stand before you righteous and not guilty. We can now stand before you totally focused on you alone. Holy Spirit, we ask that you would apply these truths directly to the areas of our hearts that we most need them today. Cause us to be open to your ministry, available to your Word, and attentive to your voice. Cause us to be able and willing to lay aside those things that are not central to our purpose in you. In Jesus' name, I pray, amen. First, the Christian is called to seek Christ. Paul writes, If then you have been raised with Christ, seek the things that are above, where Christ is, seated at the right hand of God. The statement "If then you have been raised with Christ…" draws us back to the arguments that Paul was making in Colossians 2:8-15. He writes, "...you were raised with him[that is, Christ] through faith by the powerful working of God, who raised him from the dead" (Col. 2:12). While in English, the conditional 'if' seems to indicate doubt, (i.e. if you really love me, you will do the dishes) in Greek, this is what is called a 'first class condition'. That is, something that is assumed for the sake of the argument. So, Paul is saying: "If [as it is the case that] you have been raised with Christ, seek the things that are above, where Christ is…" He is not contradicting what he said previously. He is showing a connection between the reality of our resurrected state and the command in the second part of the verse. Essentially, he is saying: because you were raised from the dead with Christ, you now exist in a new sphere. You have been transferred into a new dimension, a new kingdom. You are now participating in the new creation. The Kingdom has arrived in Jesus, and it is now being made evident through the work of the Holy Spirit. You have a new identity. A new self. 7 Resurrections happen as people believe the Gospel. We need to pause here and express a sense of wonder. When did this resurrection happen? Paul indicates that this is a past tense, completed action. You "have been raised with Christ." Furthermore, this is something that took place while we were in a state of deathly passivity. He wrote earlier in chapter 2 "When you were dead in your sins and in the uncircumcision of your flesh, God made you alive with Christ (Col. 2:13). Illustration: maybe you have personally witnessed the unresponsiveness of a dead body. They are cold to the touch, immovable, and no matter how loudly you might address the body, he or she would not respond. That is, unless God was speaking. Have you been raised? How would you know? The New Testament reframes the Old Testament idea of resurrection. If you read the gospels, the disciples are consistently confused about when the resurrection will happen. In Jewish tradition, resurrection only happens at the end of the age, if at all. The New Testament, however, teaches that there are different types of resurrection. In Luke 7, for example, the gospel writer shows a physical, material resurrection in the here and now: 11 Soon afterward, Jesus went to a town called Nain, and his disciples and a large crowd went along with him. 12 As he approached the town gate, a dead person was being carried out—the only son of his mother, and she was a widow. And a large crowd from the town was with her. 13 When the Lord saw her, his heart went out to her and he said, “Don't cry.” 14 Then he went up and touched the bier they were carrying him on, and the bearers stood still. He said, “Young man, I say to you, get up!” 15 The dead man sat up and began to talk, and Jesus gave him back to his mother. So, there you go: dead people can hear Jesus. That's why if any of you are spiritually dead in this room right now, the second that Jesus wants to, he can say, "Young man, or young woman, I say to you, get up!" 8 But, physical, material resurrection is not what Paul has in mind here. The resurrection that Paul has in mind is a resurrection with Christ. That is, the resurrection here is one that happens through faith. Paul writes, "...you were also raised with him through faith in the powerful working of God, who raised him from the dead" (Col. 2:12). Jesus died on the cross and was buried in the tomb. On the third day, Jesus was raised from the dead. When he was raised, Paul says, you were also raised! This outward, objective, historical reality becomes spiritually significant for you as you believe. It happens within you through faith. That is, the evidence of a spiritual resurrection is not physical, material change but spiritual alertness and responsiveness. Paul writes elsewhere, "So faith comes from hearing, and hearing through the word of Christ" (Romans 10:17). When Jesus speaks, those who have faith respond. This is describing what theologians call regeneration. That is, the new birth. When God speaks, he acts. And, as that action takes place, God calls into being something that was not previously there. God does not perform CPR on a nearly dead heart. He creates a new one. That is why Paul says that when you are buried with Christ and raised to walk in newness of life. You are a new creation in Christ Jesus. If you are a Christian, you are a walking miracle. This should never cease to amaze you! So, now that you are spiritually alive by the power of God, what are you supposed to be up to now? Paul says, If then you have been raised with Christ, seek the things that are above, where Christ is, seated at the right hand of God. The Christian is called to be continually seeking the priorities of God's throne room. It is, as it were, that we continually rap on heaven's door. We are continually placing the priorities of Jesus on our calendars. One author writes, the things that 9 are above, "…include his[Jesus'] character, his presence, his heavenly joys. We are not to be seeking heavenly geography, but the One who dwells there.” Illustration: If you are familiar with the film Free Solo, you know that rock climber, Alex Honnold gives us a great example of this. The central aim of his life was to free solo El Capitan in Yosemite, CA: a 3,000 climb up sheer granite wall without a rope. To "seek" this mountain peak meant to daily, monthly, and yearly training, planning and preparation to scale this wall. Seeking this peak involved careful planning, meticulous placement of hands, feet, fitness, and food intake. The cost for failure was extremely high. El Capitan set the agenda. Alex Honnold conformed his life, his fitness, and his focus to El Capitan. In the same way the Christian's seeking the things that are above defines the Christian life. We are always climbing further up and further into the Person and Work of Christ. Do you have this kind of exalted picture of the living Christ? Jesus is glorious and unreachable, invisibly seated at the right hand of God. Underlying this text is Psalm 110:1, The Lord says to my Lord: “Sit at my right hand, until I make your enemies your footstool.” The Father says to the Son, "Take the throne." Hebrews also speaks of this throne room in this way: 3 He is the radiance of the glory of God and the exact imprint of his nature, and he upholds the universe by the word of his power. After making purification for sins, he sat down at the right hand of the Majesty on high, 4 having become as much superior to angels as the name he has inherited is more excellent than theirs. (Hebrews 1:3-4). To sit down at the right hand of God is to take up the kingly residence that the whole Old Testament anticipates. It is the highest place. Jesus is preeminent. There is no higher place with which to be preoccupied. 10 To the Christian, this text is saying: "Do that which you most enjoy, and never stop doing it." Seek Christ continually. Set your eyes on Christ. For the new creature in Christ, this is not drudgery. But, it requires total focus and devotion. It is upward and onward. Sermon Illustration: Shasta Fetching Illustration: we are blessed with an Australian Shepherd, Black Labrador Retriever who doesn't need to be told to "continually fetch a tennis ball." It's part of his nature. In fact, it's baked into his name as a retriever. However, if something compelling comes along as a distraction, like a squirrel, he does need to be reminded! In the same way Paul is reminding the Colossians to 'seek Christ.' How does the Christian do this? If Christ is high and exalted like this, how do we reach up to where he is? Those questions lead to the second point. Second, Christians are called to set their minds on Christ. The Christian is called to make their new creation lives about seeking Christ, and conforming your life to Christ is regulated by setting the mind on Christ. 2 Set your minds on things that are above, not on things that are on earth. 3 For you have died, and your life is hidden with Christ in God. Let me illustrate what this looks like first: Sermon Illustration 1: "Hold on!" Illustration: One of the keys to parenting is manufacturing fun things for your kids to do. We decided, when there was no snow, to take our kids sledding. One of the key commands in sledding is "Hold on!" Keep a tight grip on the sled. While my kids are clinging on for dear life, I am moving them forward. In the same way, the Christian advances in the Christian life by clinging to the cross, by keep our eyes fixed on the Gospel. Rather than advancing on the strength of our moral efforts, the Christian is pulled forward by the strength that the Spirit provides because we have already been seated as Sons and Daughters with Christ. 11 So, what does 'clinging' or 'setting' our minds on Christ look like? First, we need to be clear that the physiological brain and spiritual mind are not the same thing. When Jesus rebukes Peter for misunderstanding Jesus' purpose he says, “Get behind me, Satan! You are a hindrance to me. For you are not setting your mind on the things of God, but on the things of man” (Matthew 16:23). Jesus is not saying that Peter has made an intellectual error, though the intellect is a part of the mind. Jesus is not mainly saying, "You marked A instead of B; you failed the test!" He's saying, "The whole way you think about things is actually Satanic, Peter." Whoa. Your mind is framed with Satanic presuppositions. You don't have the right priorities. Further, when Paul uses this word in Philippians 2, "Have this mind among yourselves, which is yours in Christ Jesus," Paul is not saying: "Have a single brain" though surely he wanted them to think about things similarly. In this text: 1. This is the new, resurrection 'mind'. This is the mind that has been raised from the dead. The mind that responds in faith, trust, and hope. The mind that is unified to Christ by the Holy Spirit. This is the mind that is powered by the Gospel. This is your whole way of thinking now that you are alive in Christ. It's not just the brain. That's why our application can't just be "Memorize Scripture, read your Bible, or Say your prayers." Scripture memory ninjas might have strong brains, but weak minds. 2. This new mind is yours. When a person becomes a Christian, God does not rob them of agency. You are not made less yourself when you become a Christian, but a new self in Christ Jesus. Everything you do, and everything 12 you are is now in relationship to the living Christ. So, the new you has a unique mind. Your God-centered perspective is still yours. 3. This mind makes choices. It is possible for the new mind in Christ to either be fixated on things above or things that are on the earth, but not both at the same time. a. Illustration: A few years ago, due to some health issues, I began eating gluten-free. This involved a change of mind, or a change of heart. I left the world of pizza, pasta, and sourdough bread for a world of rice, meat, and salads. Once I had tasted and seen the new world of new energy, new emotional stability, I didn't want to go back. a. Application: by setting our minds on things above, we are going with the grain of our newly created selves. Sin, for the Christian, is actually a weariness, not a joy. Following Jesus, empowered by the Spirit is the gravitational pull toward Christ and not away from him. b. Connection: this is what is so silly about adding rules to Christ. We don't grow by making life harder on ourselves. We grow by taking on Christ's easy yoke. The truth is that being singularly focused is surprisingly way easier than having multiple foci. So Paul says, 2 Set your minds on things that are above, not on things that are on earth. 3 For you have died, and your life is hidden with Christ in God. So, what is this new hidden life like? Illustration: we play hide and seek quite a bit in my house. When Sam is "hidden with Damaris in the closet", they are usually pretty loud and easy to find. On the 13 other hand, if I go play hide and seek in the Boise National Forest, the tragic headline might read: "Man lost, hidden with dog in the forest." Verse 3 is perplexing. It requires us to exercise our imaginations. Paul says, "Set your minds [that is, the new mind that is united to Christ's mind] on things that are above…FOR [reason] you [that is, the old mind and heart that was crucified with Christ] have died, and your life [the totality of your new selfhood] is hidden [invisible] with Christ in God. One commentator writes, “…[Christians'] lives are now securely hidden with Christ in God and thus belong to the invisible realm. Their sphere of being, action, and enjoyment is therefore now totally different from that of their former situation.” So, setting your minds on what is above is the natural outflow of your new nature. Do you see what this means? If you are a Christian, you already live in heaven. Hebrews 12 puts it this way: 22 But you have come to Mount Zion and to the city of the living God, the heavenly Jerusalem, and to innumerable angels in festal gathering, 23 and to the assembly of the firstborn who are enrolled in heaven, and to God, the judge of all, and to the spirits of the righteous made perfect, 24 and to Jesus, the mediator of a new covenant, and to the sprinkled blood that speaks a better word than the blood of Abel. The Christian lives spiritually in the City of God. "Your life is hidden with Christ in God." So, your participation in the Kingdom of God is the natural outflow of your new citizenship in heaven. But, you might say, that's not mapping onto my experience. That leads us to our last point. 14 Third, are called to see Christ. Even though the Christian participates in all of this through faith now, they cannot yet see the things for which they hope. What we see is only partial. Though this is the true reality: "Your life is hidden with Christ in God," we live in the here and now where we are still learning how to put on our new selves. Hebrews puts it this way: 13 These all died in faith, not having received the things promised, but having seen them and greeted them from afar, and having acknowledged that they were strangers and exiles on the earth. 14 For people who speak thus make it clear that they are seeking a homeland. 15 If they had been thinking of that land from which they had gone out, they would have had opportunity to return. 16 But as it is, they desire a better country, that is, a heavenly one. Therefore God is not ashamed to be called their God, for he has prepared for them a city (Hebrews 11:13-16). However, even though we cannot see all this yet, we are assured of a promise in this next verse: 4 When Christ who is your life appears, then you also will appear with him in glory. God has appointed a date for the return of Christ. It will certainly happen. As sure as we are that August 8th is coming, we can be sure that Christ will return. For the Christian, this is not a day to be fearful, but a day for which we long. This is good news for two reasons. First, Because Christ will appear, we will appear too. We need to rest assured that when he comes, we will see him. Whether we are living or dead, we will all see the living Christ when he comes. This is a moment planned in history. Illustration: The simultaneity, or singularity of this event is quite like when someone knocks on our door: the kids run to the door, the dog barks, the parents finish cleaning. It's a simultaneous event to which we all respond. We will not miss it! Second, Because Christ appears, we will appear in his glory. This verse is an invitation to meditate on heaven. 15 Activity: Look around you for a moment. How glorious does the person who is sitting next to you appear? Don't answer that. The truth is that if the person next to you is in Christ, they will one day be absolutely radiant. 1 John 3 says it this way, See what kind of love the Father has given to us, that we should be called children of God; and so we are. The reason why the world does not know us is that it did not know him. 2 Beloved, we are God's children now, and what we will be has not yet appeared; but we know that when he appears we shall be like him, because we shall see him as he is. 3 And everyone who thus hopes in him purifies himself as he is pure (1 John 3:1-3). The Psalmist, anticipating this day says, As for me, I shall behold your face in righteousness; when I awake, I shall be satisfied with your likeness (Psalm 17:15). Romans 8:28-30 says, 28 And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good,[h] for those who are called according to his purpose. 29 For those whom he foreknew he also predestined to be conformed to the image of his Son, in order that he might be the firstborn among many brothers. 30 And those whom he predestined he also called, and those whom he called he also justified, and those whom he justified he also glorified. Would you like to spend 30 minutes in heaven? Ladies and gentlemen, through faith you just did! One day, our faith will be sight. And, we will finally realize that our time in the Word, our fellowship with one another, our worship in this place was closest we ever came to heaven in this mortal life. To close, in C.S. Lewis' The Weight of Glory, he writes, “It is a serious thing to live in a society of possible gods and goddesses, to remember that the dullest most uninteresting person you can talk to may one day be a creature which, if you saw it now, you would be strongly tempted to worship, or else a horror and a corruption such as you now meet, if at all, only in a nightmare. All day long we are, in some degree helping each other to one or the other of these destinations. It is in the light 16 of these overwhelming possibilities, it is with the awe and the circumspection proper to them, that we should conduct all of our dealings with one another, all friendships, all loves, all play, all politics. There are no ordinary people. You have never talked to a mere mortal. Nations, cultures, arts, civilizations - these are mortal, and their life is to ours as the life of a gnat. But it is immortals whom we joke with, work with, marry, snub, and exploit - immortal horrors or everlasting splendors.” In 100 years, when this generation is dead and gone, what will really matter is Christ. He is, therefore, the only single focal point worth living for. Let us live for him! Let's be rooted in him. Summary: God calls Christians to seek Christ, set the mind on Christ, and to see Christ. 1. Seek Christ (Colossians 3:1) 2. Set the Mind on Christ (Colossians 3:2-3) 3. See Christ (Colossians 3:4). Because Jesus alone sought things above, set his mind on things above, he fulfilled the law. But for our sake he was treated as someone who failed to seek what is above, and to set his mind on things above, so that by his death, burial and resurrection, we might be counted as righteous before God. When he was raised, our justification, sanctification, and glorification were all assured by Christ. So, we are safe with Christ in God. This is good news! 1. Make a List. List your identities and rank them in order of their importance to you. How could the Gospel be applied to each identity? How would the Lord re-rank them? 2. Give. Give something [material, talent, time] away this week that takes your focus off of Christ. Instead of engaging with a distraction, pray. 3. Memorize. Memorize Colossians 3:1-4. Post it somewhere in your home. 4. Read. Read Richard Chin's Book Captivated by Christ with a few people in your Life Group. 17 5. Calendar. Schedule 30-45 minutes each day to read your Bible and pray. Instead of just checking the box: ask the Lord to increase your delight in Him. Focus on Jesus in your reading. 6. Teach. Teach some of the concepts in this text to your kids. Play hide and seek and explain how our true lives are invisible to us, but will be visible one day. Hide in a particularly hard spot and explain that the tension we feel when we can't find a person is a lot like when we can't see Christ right away. Even in the hard times, we can be assured that we will see him. 7. Purge. Sift through your possessions. Ask "Does this matter to Jesus? Or, just to me?" Give or throw away things that are distracting. 8. Plan and re-prioritize. If you knew the date of Jesus' return, or the endpoint of your life, what would take up time in your near-term schedule? 9. Pray and share the Gospel with someone using this resource. https://twowaystolive.com/ 10.Think Deeply. Watch Tim Keller and John Piper discuss the nature of sanctification. Why are we so inclined toward distractions? How can this happen? I think the answer has something to do the cross pressures that assail our identity. For example, by my count I have at least ten identities: I am a 1. Human Being 2. Christian 3. Husband 4. Father 5. Son 6. Brother (friend) 7. Pastor 8. Citizen of the US 9. Suburbanite (i.e. home owner, pet owner, car owner, etc.) 10.Student I would argue that we grow distracted because we can't keep our desires or our identities in proper order in relation to Christ. For me to grow in Christ, the Gospel must be applied to all ten of my competing identities. Everything must be seen in relationship to the single focal point. If you have to balance all these 18 identities, you can see why it might feel necessary to make rules and regulations to keep yourself in order! Sin splits our identities and disorders our priorities. Why is the human heart so inclined toward stagnation? The answer is: We get distracted by multiple focal points. We lose track of ultimate, eternal goals. We age. We grow accustomed to our shortcomings. We leave problems unaddressed. We settle into our self-knowledge, and we begin to repudiate change. We fall into ruts. We begin to make it about us. In short, we get our eyes off of Jesus. Illustration: My wife Lauren has planted sunflowers for the past two years in our backyard. They are now over 10 ft. tall. Imagine one day if I walked out into the backyard and said, "Lauren, why isn't this sunflower growing?" She would respond, "It is." "Oh," I might say, "I can't see it." Precisely. Our Christian growth cannot be measured in daily metrics, experiences, or moments but over a lifetime. In fact, in most cases, we cannot see it. The human tendency to measure things can only give an account for what's happening on the human plane. So, when it comes to spiritual growth (i.e. how much is your soul being stretched right now?), we can't answer those questions, except through the revealed word of God. The ultimate answer to this "Why?" questions are found just inside the gates of the Garden of Eden. In Genesis 3, Eve took of the fruit of the tree of the knowledge good and evil, which Adam had been commanded not to eat from "...and she also gave some to her husband who was with her, and he ate" (Genesis 3:6). Later, God's curse is grounded on the fact that "...You[Adam] listened to the voice of your wife…", implying that Adam had failed to listen to the one voice that truly mattered: God's voice. His gaze was distracted. He failed to stay focused. He took on two focal points: obedience to God and Eve. Jesus shows us a better way than Adam. John Piper writes that sin is to fail to recognize the centrality of God to our identity. He says that sin is, ● The glory of God not honored. 19 ● The holiness of God not reverenced. ● The greatness of God not admired. ● The power of God not praised. ● The truth of God not sought. ● The wisdom of God not esteemed. ● The beauty of God not treasured. ● The goodness of God not savored. ● The faithfulness of God not trusted. ● The promises of God not believed. ● The commandments of God not obeyed. ● The justice of God not respected. ● The wrath of God not feared. ● The grace of God not cherished. ● The presence of God not prized. ● The person of God not loved. The answers to the why questions of our rule making, the pressures of our responsibilities and identities reveal that our hearts are 'idols factories.' Why is the human heart so inclined toward stagnation? The answer is: We get distracted by multiple focal points. We lose track of ultimate, eternal goals. We age. We grow accustomed to our shortcomings. We leave problems unaddressed. We settle into our self-knowledge, and we begin to repudiate change. We fall into ruts. We begin to make it about us. In short, we get our eyes off of Jesus. The ultimate answer to this "Why?" questions are found just inside the gates of the Garden of Eden. In Genesis 3, Eve took of the fruit of the tree of the knowledge good and evil, which Adam had been commanded not to eat from "...and she also gave some to her husband who was with her, and he ate" (Genesis 3:6). Later, God's curse is grounded on the fact that "...You[Adam] listened to the voice of your wife…", implying that Adam had failed to listen to the one voice that truly mattered: God's voice. His gaze was distracted. He failed to stay focused. He took on two focal points: obedience to God and Eve. Jesus shows us a better way than Adam. God is calling us today to seek Christ, set our minds on Christ, and to see Christ. This is the key to reordering our lives around God and the Gospel, and not ourselves or our multiple identities.

    First Baptist Church Canoga Park Podcast

    Three points for today: 1)The Content of the Command: do not make an image- this was the common practice- make an image of your god. The problem was that this would distort Yahweh. No image they created could reflect him rightly. 2) The Reason for the Command: God is a jealous God- he cares about being represented and reflected rightly. He cares about receiving the worship he deserves from his people. He will punish those who distort him and disobey him. 3) The Application of the Command: for us this command is maintained and we are called to have a right view of God- we are called to avoid distorted understandings of God that fit our own preferences. Instead, we look to the true image of God in Jesus Christ- he shows perfectly what God is like because he is God in the flesh.

    New Hope Daily SOAP - Daily Devotional Bible Reading

    Welcome to Daily SOAP from New Hope! Today's Reading: Revelation 15 - August 5, 2022 - Karen Marsh - Read Here: https://www.bible.com/en-GB/bible/111/REV.15.NIV . . . . . Our staff and leadership employ what's called the “S.O.A.P. Method”. It stands for Scripture, Observation, Application, and Prayer. Each day, we read one or two chapters of Scripture and focus on one particular verse. We make some observations about how that verse touches us, discern how it applies to our lives, and offer a prayer related to what we have read. -- Donate via PayPal to support the podcasts and the Technical Arts Ministry of New Hope! https://goo.gl/o2a9oU Subscribe at: http://www.findnewhope.com/soap (813) 689-4161 keywords: devotional, bible study

    Town Meeting, a Gilmore Girls Rewatch Podcast
    Talking About... Application Anxiety

    Town Meeting, a Gilmore Girls Rewatch Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 93:30


    Created by Sandra, Emily and Jess. Buckle up, buttercup, you will never guess who this weeks towns person of the week is! The Harvard application has arrived and it is time to apply to Harvard! We somehow have a true crime pod within a pod, turns out we're all old because we watched The Monkees and The Brady Bunch, everyone should watch the Brady Bunch Variety Hour, and we discuss the beginning of geek chic by our favorite audio nerd. Audio side note, unfortunately Emily has a never ending congested nose, we tried to get out all the sniffles we could in editing, but might have missed some. Email us at TownMeetingPod@gmail.com to be featured in future episodes, or leave us a message on Anchor.fm/townmeetingpod! Special thanks to ack106 for the jingles! Some license stuff: Intro: Chord Guitar 002 by Sascha Ende® Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/557-chord-guitar-002 License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Outro: Chord Guitar 001 by Sascha Ende® Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/556-chord-guitar-001 License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/townmeetingpod/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/townmeetingpod/support

    Internet School
    Zavegepant for Acute Migraine Treatment - 8422, 11.05 AM

    Internet School

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 8:33


    Zavegepant, a future nasal spray acute migraine treatment, maybe by 2023. Application to the FDA for approval has been made.

    long range shooting and custom rifle building podcast
    Episode 116 - The fundamentals, training and the application.

    long range shooting and custom rifle building podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 25:03


    Leading into our next series on the 4 pillars of marksmanship.  This podcast leads it off with trying to explain the difference between the fundamentals of marksmaship, training and application.  When you are working on a new position, you are not working on the position per say.  You are working on applying the fundamentals to that position.  Totally different approach and mindset.  The trick is, you have to master and fully understand the fundamentals first.  This is where the next series starts.  If you enjoy the podast, you can support the show through Patreon for just $3 a month or $36 a year.  We appreciate your support.   https://www.patreon.com/user?u=29426128&fan_landing=true 

    New Hope Daily SOAP - Daily Devotional Bible Reading

    Welcome to Daily SOAP from New Hope! Today's Reading: Revelation 14 - August 4, 2022 - Read Here: https://www.bible.com/en-GB/bible/111/REV.14.NIV . . . . . Our staff and leadership employ what's called the “S.O.A.P. Method”. It stands for Scripture, Observation, Application, and Prayer. Each day, we read one or two chapters of Scripture and focus on one particular verse. We make some observations about how that verse touches us, discern how it applies to our lives, and offer a prayer related to what we have read. - Rev. Dr. Vicki Harrison -- Donate via PayPal to support the podcasts and the Technical Arts Ministry of New Hope! https://goo.gl/o2a9oU Subscribe at: http://www.findnewhope.com/soap (813) 689-4161 keywords: devotional, bible study

    UnBuild It Podcast
    60 - Application versus Integration - Two of Steve's favorite words

    UnBuild It Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 32:13


    Steve--the Zen master of deep discussion on all things building--explains how he thinks of these two terms. If you don't integrate, you end up solving during application, be it moving water off the building or transferring structural loads. This approach to designing, specifying, and constructing means the window package is connected to the HVAC system, the roof plan connects entryways to gutters, and a problem popping up on paper won't get better or easier on the job site. Although you might get discouraged with the dubious initial focus on beanie babies, hang in there for some insightful exchanges with Steve, Jake, and Pete.

    Inside the Yale Admissions Office
    2022-2023 Application Update

    Inside the Yale Admissions Office

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 25:50


    The first-year application for fall 2023 admission includes several new questions that were written by admissions readers during the office's annual retreat. Admissions officer Chandler joins Hannah and Mark to preview the additions and discuss the office's goals for the new questions. This episode is an update to Episode 6: Essays: The Little Stuff, originally … Continue reading 2022-2023 Application Update →

    How To Succeed In Product Management | Jeffrey Shulman, Red Russak & Soumeya Benghanem

    In this episode of the How to Succeed in Product Management Podcast, marketing professor Jeff Shulman and The Product Management Center advisory board members Red Russak and Soumeya Benghanem welcome Swapna Malekar (Microsoft) and Tony Poon (R-zero) to talk about whether having OCD is a superpower or a curse when it comes to being a PM. Product managers have to wear a different hat everyday, but if you're someone who pays too much attention to detail or gets too obsessed with data, how can you become a good PM?   The use of "OCD" a shorthand for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder within this episode is intended in the colloquial framing of concepts such as first principles thinking, deep curiosity and obsession with the customer, product or problem. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your mental health professional or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding your condition. Never disregard professional advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read or heard on the How to Succeed in Product Management.   Support for How to Succeed in Product Management is brought to you by Apptentive, which enables product managers to measure shifts in customer emotion and gather actionable feedback across the mobile customer journey. To learn more, go to Apptentive.com/UW.   What to Listen For: 00:00 Intro 08:42 Is OCD a superpower or a curse for a PM? 10:39 Obsessive about being curious 12:11 The first principles thinking 13:25 Having too much attention to detail 15:50 Product managers being obsessed with data 17:22 How too much attention to detail can get in the way of product development 19:48 Application within the discovery & data analytics vs. solution & execution phase 26:58 PM having OCD 28:24 You can't predict what a PM's job will be everyday 29:20 Working with someone who has OCD 31:59 Time versus outcome 34:25 Becoming a PM post-COVID era 39:29 Being open to feedback 42:15 Retargeting becomes a collaborative work 46:16 Final thoughts

    BaseballBiz
    Baseball Assistance Team (B.A.T.) Erik Nilsen discusses helping those in need

    BaseballBiz

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 26:22


    Baseball Assistance Team (B.A.T.) helping those in needErik Nilsen, Executive Director of the Baseball Assistance Team (B.A.T)Mark talks about Players aiding others, David Price, Nelson Cruz and then discovering B.A.T.Origin: B.A.T. began under Peter Ueberroth, Commissioner of Baseball in 1986Baseball Assistance Team helps people in the Baseball community with a short term bridgeApplicants include, players, coaches, minor leaguers, clubhouse employees, widows, During natural disasters B.A.T has provided a short term bridge for people in need with housing, medical expenses, food, utilities, prescriptions & funeral expenses Tim McDowell leads program on Mental Health & Addiction program helping to pay for rehab & therapistsExpanding Reach with Minor League consultants in Panama, Puerto Rico, West Coast, East Coast and around the worldCovid Pandemic increased need resulting in over 1200 applications to B.A.T. for aidMLB pays for B.A.T. salaries & expenses so all B.A.T. contributions go directly to those in needMain source of funding is from Major League Baseball Players contributions through payroll deductions Many B.A.T. employees have a history in baseball and have a greater understanding of those in need within baseballFinancial counseling & also work with Direct Path to give applicants a way to minimize their medical costsAiding former players integrate back into society after their careers with consulting & finding job opportunitiesAdam Jones & Gary Thorne help with scholarship program for degrees & vocational schoolsAndy Lane story – B.A.T. aided the Lane family with the health and development of their son Jackson  Ability to impact lives & making a differenceFunding & demand – Players' generosity is the majority of where their funding comes fromFans can participate and make donations or participate in auctions Signed jerseys & memorabilia auction for FansB.A.T. Application process Where is the greatest need?  loss of income, medical emergencies, addiction, disasters & families in needThank you to Erik Nilsen & The Baseball Assistance Team for being a lifeline to those in the baseball communityIf you know someone in need or just want to know more you can reach out to B.A.T. at BAT@MLB.com or speak to them directly Monday -Friday at 212-931-7822 where they have a bi-lingual staff who can answer your questions. https://www.mlb.com/baseball-assistance-teamSpecial Thanks to Erik Nilsen for sharing the story of the Baseball Assistance Team BaseballBiz can be found on iheartradio, Stitcher, Apple, Spotify & Google podcasts & @TheBaseballBiz on Twitter    We welcome you to like, subscribe and remark about BaseballBiz. Let us know your thoughts about the show. Special thanks to XTaKeRuX for the music "Rocking Forward"

    B-Schooled
    Data form do's and don'ts (replay): B-Schooled episode 119

    B-Schooled

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 21:09


    This episode covers how to make the most of the data form—or the actual online application itself—and why you shouldn't underestimate its importance. We'll cover: Optional fields Common questions applicants have about confusing fields and dropdowns The awards section(s) How you can use the data form fields to strengthen your candidacy (This is a replay of episode  21.)

    Wealthy & Aligned by Human Design
    HSC #5 Meet Denise a 6 / 3 Sacral Generator

    Wealthy & Aligned by Human Design

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 32:49


    I met Denise at a mastermind event earlier this year and really feel in love with her vibrancy and honest straightforward energy.    On the call you hear me walk Denise through what she thought was a plateau in her business due to an energetic block- and she wasn't wrong, her energy had become stagnant because she had allowed indecision to run the results of her business.   Listen in as I guide her to her sacral authority, help her communicate to the sacral energy she carries and find out why indecision has kept her stalled when what she really desires is to create more growth for her brand.   Join us on August 15th at 9:00 PST for my very first LIVE event.  Becoming Wealth Energy ™ is how you raise the magnetic frequency of your Aura and become the brand people can't wait to pay to get access to.   Create quantum business success with us in the following ways:   The Quantum Sales Page Solution    Create a sales page that attracts your empowered Fractal Line clients   4 Hour VIP Day- (by Application only)  4 hours and a Lifetime of support. Kickstart your magnetic energy by plugging into our brand magnetism. Perfect for those who want to learn the Wealth Codes and are immediate action takers. Get access to the whole team and lifetime email support.   Private Coaching (by Application only) For those looking to embody Wealth Energy in life and business. Danielle acts as a channel to your Higher Self and guides you in business and life according to your Authority. This is how you create a dependable relationship with your Soul.   Use the code “DanielleEyman1-20” to get 20% off your first order of Feel Free! 

    Radio Sweden
    Senate vote on Nato application, student loan debt interest hike, serious fire, Volvo battery factory

    Radio Sweden

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 2:07


    A round-up of the main headlines in Sweden on August 3rd, 2022. You can hear more reports on our homepage www.radiosweden.se, or in our app Sveriges Radio Play. Presenter: Michael WalshProducer: Dave Russell

    New Hope Daily SOAP - Daily Devotional Bible Reading

    Welcome to Daily SOAP from New Hope! Today's Reading: Revelation 13 - August 3, 2022 - Read Here: https://www.bible.com/en-GB/bible/111/REV.13.NIV . . . . . Our staff and leadership employ what's called the “S.O.A.P. Method”. It stands for Scripture, Observation, Application, and Prayer. Each day, we read one or two chapters of Scripture and focus on one particular verse. We make some observations about how that verse touches us, discern how it applies to our lives, and offer a prayer related to what we have read. - Rev. Dr. Vicki Harrison -- Donate via PayPal to support the podcasts and the Technical Arts Ministry of New Hope! https://goo.gl/o2a9oU Subscribe at: http://www.findnewhope.com/soap (813) 689-4161 keywords: devotional, bible study

    DLN Xtend
    120: New App Search | Linux Out Loud

    DLN Xtend

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 36:40


    This week, Linux Out Loud chats about how we discover new apps in Linux or even in general. Welcome to episode 25 of Linux Out Loud. We fired up our mics, connected those headphones as we searched the community for themes to expound upon. We kept the banter friendly, the conversation somewhat on topic, and had fun doing it. 00:00 Introduction 01:26 Starting FLL 2022 04:47 Game Sphere 06:09 Ear Buds 10:30 New App Search 27:25 Python Bundle 29:46 Game of the Week 33:05 Solar Panel Pains 35:39 Close Join in the chat on the Discourse forum here: https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/new-app-search-linux-out-loud-26/5375 Wendy - First Lego League - https://www.firstinspires.org/ Matt - Game Sphere - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCH8JEFoUujuwp2IEjFhdk9w - Live on the Tux Digital Channel Mondays at PM EST - Game of the Week - https://store.steampowered.com/app/1341820/AsDuskFalls/ Contact info Matt (Twitter @MattGameSphere) Wendy (Mastodon @WendyDLN) Nate (Website CubicleNate.com)

    Leaving Laodicea
    542 - How to Get Answers to the “How” Questions

    Leaving Laodicea

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 60:46


    We Need Practical Application, Not Just TheoryIn our educational system, the old adage goes, “Those who do, do. And those who don't do, teach.” And the truth sometimes stings, but it is still truth. In college, for example, most of the professors who teach business classes, even on a graduate level, have never run a business themselves. They can teach you what others say to do to be successful in the business world, yet they have never lived under the pressure of having to make payroll or survive a tax audit. And for some strange reason, we are content with learning from those who can only point the way to the Emerald City, but not lead us to where it is because they have never been there themselves. This is the definition of Convoluted Logic 101. But, I digress. Often, we find the same mindset when looking at Scriptures. We see theory and commands given, sometimes with a reason, yet it is seldom followed up with practical application. We are told what to do and why, but the “how” part of the equation is missing. And what we desperately need in our darkening culture is an answer to our many “how” questions. Let me give you a simple example from a well-known passage. I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that (what) you (something I need to do and not something God does for me) present your bodies a living sacrifice (ok, but how?), holy, acceptable to God, which is your reasonable service – Romans 12:1. We know what the truth means and the reason why it is given, but often struggle with the “how” to do it. This verse talks about theory and the reason why, but is conspicuously short when it comes to the how part. I mean, how do I present my body as a living sacrifice? And what does living sacrifice even mean? And why only my body?  What about my mind, soul, spirit, or anything else I can offer? What is this passage saying and how is it done in real time? But Sometimes We are Given the ApplicationSometimes, the Lord provides for us some concrete examples to the commands He gives us. And sometimes these examples show us the depth of the command and the cost of obedience. Let me share a few from the Sermon on the Mount. Theory: “You have heard that it was said, ‘An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.' But I tell you not to resist an evil person.” Application: (How?) “But whoever slaps you on your right cheek, turn the other to him also. If anyone wants to sue you and take away your tunic, let him have your cloak also” – Matthew 5:38-40. And the application continues. Application: (How?) “And whoever compels you to go one mile, go with him two. Give to him who asks you, and from him who wants to borrow from you do not turn away” – Matthew 5:41-42. And then Jesus gives us more theory, more commands that He chooses not to reveal the application. Why? Because the reason should be enough. Theory: “You have heard that it was said, ‘You shall love your neighbor and hate your enemy.' But I say to you, love your enemies, bless those who curse you, do good to those who hate you, and pray for those who spitefully use you and persecute you” – Matthew 43-44. Application: (How?) None Reason: “that you may be sons of your Father in heaven; for He makes His sun rise on the evil and on the good, and sends rain on the just and on the unjust” – Matthew 5:45. And to understand the command based on the reason alone, assumes an inner desire to be more like our Lord. Or an experience with the Higher Christian Life. Is being like your heavenly Father enough for you, or do you need a bullet-point list to follow? Are you content with theory, or do you require the Law to follow? Join us as we begin our journey of discovery to uncover the answers to the “how” questions in Scripture as we learn to leave Laodicea behind. To https://leavinglaodicea.com/pdf/080222-Slides.pdf...

    New Hope Daily SOAP - Daily Devotional Bible Reading

    Welcome to Daily SOAP from New Hope! Today's Reading: Revelation 12 - August 2, 2022 - Read Here: https://www.bible.com/en-GB/bible/111/REV.12.NIV . . . . . Our staff and leadership employ what's called the “S.O.A.P. Method”. It stands for Scripture, Observation, Application, and Prayer. Each day, we read one or two chapters of Scripture and focus on one particular verse. We make some observations about how that verse touches us, discern how it applies to our lives, and offer a prayer related to what we have read. - Rev. Dr. Vicki Harrison -- Donate via PayPal to support the podcasts and the Technical Arts Ministry of New Hope! https://goo.gl/o2a9oU Subscribe at: http://www.findnewhope.com/soap (813) 689-4161 keywords: devotional, bible study

    Absolute AppSec
    Episode Ep. 179 - Starting in AppSec, Threat Modeling

    Absolute AppSec

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022


    Ken pulls Seth back into an episode to talk through the steps anyone can take to get into Application or Product Security based on some recent articles. True security professionals can come from anywhere. This leads to a discussion on threat assessment and threat modeling across the industry.

    Tek Talk
    Tek Talk welcomes Eric Damery, retiring Vice President of Vispero, to discuss the JAWS notification history feature. 07/25/2022

    Tek Talk

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 57:49


    Eric Damery will be with us to discuss How JAWS is giving us greater individual control over what Application and Windows messages we hear and a better way of reviewing them later. The JAWS Notification History will be the topic on Tek Talk on Monday July 25. This will be Eric's last presentation on Tek Talk as Vispero Vice President of Software Products Management. Eric will be retiring from Vispero with over 28 years of service in the Assistive Technology field. Please be with us to learn about Notification history and to say thank you to Eric as we help send him off to a richly deserved retirement Presenter Contact Info None available.

    Whitestone Podcast
    Finance Focus #17 - An Unwelcome Financial Partner? Income Taxes

    Whitestone Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 13:44


    You're not really in total charge of all your finances, right? You know that, because you are required to pay income taxes each year on the income you earn. Unsurprisingly, the U.S. government is considered by some to be an unwelcome financial partner in their personal finances. But isn't paying taxes in a country like America actually a privilege? Join Kevin as he offers key background and a particularly Christian take on income taxes! // Download this episode's Application & Action questions and PDF transcript at whitestone.org.

    Daily Tech Headlines
    ByteDance Files Trademark Application for TikTok Music in the US – DTH

    Daily Tech Headlines

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022


    ByteDance files an application for TikTok Music in the US, Apple Pay web support for third-party browsers added in the iOS 16 beta, and Indonesia blocks PayPal, Steam, Yahoo, and other sites for failure to register with regulators. MP3 Please SUBSCRIBE HERE. You can get an ad-free feed of Daily Tech Headlines for $3 aContinue reading "ByteDance Files Trademark Application for TikTok Music in the US – DTH"

    New Hope Daily SOAP - Daily Devotional Bible Reading

    Welcome to Daily SOAP from New Hope! Today's Reading: Revelation 11 - August 1, 2022 - Read Here: https://www.bible.com/en-GB/bible/111/REV.11.NIV . . . . . Our staff and leadership employ what's called the “S.O.A.P. Method”. It stands for Scripture, Observation, Application, and Prayer. Each day, we read one or two chapters of Scripture and focus on one particular verse. We make some observations about how that verse touches us, discern how it applies to our lives, and offer a prayer related to what we have read. - Rev. Dr. Vicki Harrison -- Donate via PayPal to support the podcasts and the Technical Arts Ministry of New Hope! https://goo.gl/o2a9oU Subscribe at: http://www.findnewhope.com/soap (813) 689-4161 keywords: devotional, bible study

    Grace Bible Church Plantation Podcast
    Paul's Application of the Truth That Believers are NOT in the Flesh but in the Spirit

    Grace Bible Church Plantation Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 1:01


    IELTS Podcast
    Top application tips for international students by Wake Forest University

    IELTS Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 23:30


      In this tutorial, we discuss top application tips for international postgraduate students with John White from the School of Business at Wake  Forest University. We discuss: What life is like in Winston Salem, North Carolina Most popular postgraduate courses at Wake Forest University Top 5 application tips for international post-graduate students Why international students […] The post Top application tips for international students by Wake Forest University appeared first on IELTS Podcast.

    Wealthy & Aligned by Human Design
    How the High Frequency Formula made Jenna $130K

    Wealthy & Aligned by Human Design

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 51:44


    This week I brought on one my private clients Jenna.  Jenna is the owner and founder of The Uncommon Way, a program that aligns her clients to immediate clarity on the purpose and mission of the business they are creating.    She comes on to tell you how working with the High Frequency Formula has yielded her over $130K without hustling or compromising her alignment.   Listen in and follow Jenna as her podcast gets launched on this very day!   Jenna's journey has been nothing short of Divine timing and I know you found this podcast episode just on time for you.   Find Jenna and her newly launched podcast The Uncommon Way HERE    The High Frequency Formula is launching August 15th. Make sure you get in on early access pricing by registering for our FREE LIVE EVENT- Becoming Wealth Energy ™ . You are meant for wealth, it is closer than you think- I will tell you how.   Create quantum business success with us in the following ways:   The Quantum Sales Page Solution    Create a sales page that attracts your empowered Fractal Line clients   4 Hour VIP Day- (by Application only)  4 hours and a Lifetime of support. Kickstart your magnetic energy by plugging into our brand magnetism. Perfect for those who want to learn the Wealth Codes and are immediate action takers. Get access to the whole team and lifetime email support.   Private Coaching (by Application only) For those looking to embody Wealth Energy in life and business. Danielle acts as a channel to your Higher Self and guides you in business and life according to your Authority. This is how you create a dependable relationship with your Soul.   Use the code “DanielleEyman1-20” to get 20% off your first order of Feel Free! 

    Today in Health IT
    Today: COVID Pass: An Application Developed and Maintained by Mass Brigham Digital Innovation Hub

    Today in Health IT

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 5:43


    Today we look back at a TownHall episode ... Jake Lancaster, Chief Medical Information Officer at Baptist Memorial Health Care interviews Mark Zhang, Associate Chief Medical Information Officer at Brigham and Women's Hospital on their Innovation Hub COVID Pass.

    #321
    #447 Ethics…Application for Therapists in Early Intervention and Pediatrics

    #321

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 68:00


    In this ethics course, we discuss ethical decision making by looking at 3 different models for ethical decision making and then applying them in common scenarios we face as providers in early intervention programs and other pediatric settings. 1 hour Introductory Ethics Course appropriate for SLPs who work with pediatrics in various settings including state or county-based early intervention providers, outpatient pediatric therapy clinics, infant/toddler and preschool programs, and other academic settings. GET CE CREDIT HERE FOR $5