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Matt Christiansen Bible Study
Session 28: January 21, 2023

Matt Christiansen Bible Study

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Scripture Reading: John 19:16b-30 So they took Jesus, 17 and carrying his own cross he went out to the place called “The Place of the Skull” (called in Aramaic Golgotha). 18 There they crucified him along with two others, one on each side, with Jesus in the middle. 19 Pilate also had a notice written and fastened to the cross, which read: “Jesus the Nazarene, the king of the Jews.” 20 Thus many of the Jewish residents of Jerusalem read this notice because the place where Jesus was crucified was near the city, and the notice was written in Aramaic, Latin, and Greek. 21 Then the chief priests of the Jews said to Pilate, “Do not write, ‘The king of the Jews,' but rather, ‘This man said, I am king of the Jews.'” 22 Pilate answered, “What I have written, I have written.”23 Now when the soldiers crucified Jesus, they took his clothes and made four shares, one for each soldier, and the tunic remained. (Now the tunic was seamless, woven from top to bottom as a single piece.) 24 So the soldiers said to one another, “Let's not tear it, but throw dice to see who will get it.” This took place to fulfill the scripture that says, “They divided my garments among them, and for my clothing they threw dice.” So the soldiers did these things.25 Now standing beside Jesus' cross were his mother, his mother's sister, Mary the wife of Clopas, and Mary Magdalene. 26 So when Jesus saw his mother and the disciple whom he loved standing there, he said to his mother, “Woman, look, here is your son!” 27 He then said to his disciple, “Look, here is your mother!” From that very time the disciple took her into his own home.28 After this Jesus, realizing that by this time everything was completed, said (in order to fulfill the scripture), “I am thirsty!” 29 A jar full of sour wine was there, so they put a sponge soaked in sour wine on a branch of hyssop and lifted it to his mouth. 30 When he had received the sour wine, Jesus said, “It is completed!” Then he bowed his head and gave up his spirit.Main Themes[I am still working on the blog post.]Historical Context: Roman CrucifixionThe latter half of chapter 19 describes the crucifixion of Christ, one of the most significant events in human history even without taking into account its religious implications. If its theology is true, then its significance is certainly without rival. Yet, I fear the story—gory and mystical as it is—barely fazes us. It is part of our cultural DNA. It's too familiar, while yet remaining unexamined. In an attempt to bring some “newness” to the story, I will begin this session by reading an extended quotation from Tom Holland's (the historian, not Spider-Man) Dominion. Tom Holland is not a Christian, yet he realized, to quote the books byline, “how the Christian revolution remade the world.” He has the best description of crucifixion and its first century cultural significance I have encountered. Without further ado, here is Tom Holland in the preface to Dominion: No death was more excruciating, more contemptible, than crucifixion. To be hung naked, ‘long in agony, swelling with ugly weals on shoulders and chest', helpless to beat away the clamorous birds: such a fate, Roman intellectuals agreed, was the worst imaginable. This in turn was what rendered it so suitable a punishment for slaves. Lacking such a sanction, the entire order of the city might fall apart. Luxury and splendour such as Rome could boast were dependent, in the final reckoning, on keeping those who sustained it in their place. ‘After all, we have slaves drawn from every corner of the world in our households, practicing strange customs, and foreign cults, or none—and it is only by means of terror that we can hope to coerce such scum.'Nevertheless, while the salutary effect of crucifixion on those who might otherwise threaten the order of the state was taken for granted, Roman attitudes to the punishment were shot through with ambivalence. Naturally, if it were to serve as a deterrent it needed to be public. Nothing spoke more eloquently of a failed revolt than the sight of hundreds upon hundreds of corpse-hung crosses, whether lining a highway or else massed before a rebellious city, the hills all around it stripped bare of their trees. Even in peacetime, executioners would make a spectacle of their victims by suspending them in a variety of inventive ways: ‘one, perhaps, upside down, with his head towards the ground, another with a stake driven through his genitals, another attached by his arms to a yoke'. Yet in the exposure of the crucified to the public gaze there lurked a paradox. So foul was the carrion-reek of their disgrace that many felt tainted even by viewing a crucifixion. The Romans, for all that they had adopted the punishment as the ‘supreme penalty', refused to countenance the possibility that it might have originated with them. Only a people famed for their barbarousness and cruelty could ever have devised such a torture: the Persians, perhaps, or the Assyrians, or the Gauls. Everything about the practice of nailing a man to a cross—a ‘crux'—was repellent. ‘Why, the very word is harsh on our ears.' It was this disgust that crucifixion uniquely inspired which explained why, when slaves were condemned to death, they were executed in the meanest, wretchedest stretch of land beyond the city walls; and why, when Rome burst its ancient limits, only the planting of the world's most exotic and aromatic plants could serve to mask the taint. It was also why, despite the ubiquity of crucifixion across the Roman world, few cared to think much about it. Order, the order loved by the gods and upheld by magistrates vested with the full authority of the greatest power on earth, was what counted—not the elimination of such vermin as presumed to challenge it. Criminals broken on implements of torture: who were such filth to concern men of breeding and civility? Some deaths were so vile, so squalid, that it was best to draw a veil across them entirely.The surprise, then, is less that we should have so few detailed descriptions in ancient literature of what a crucifixion might actually involve, than that we should have any at all. The corpses of the crucified, once they had first provided pickings for hungry birds, tended to be flung into a common grave. In Italy, undertakers dressed in red, ringing bells as they went, would drag them there on hooks. Oblivion, like the loose earth scattered over their tortured bodies, would then entomb them. This was a part of their fate. Nevertheless, amid the general silence, there is one major exception which proves the rule. Four detailed accounts of the process by which a man might be sentenced to the cross, and then suffer his punishment, have survived from antiquity. Remarkably, they all describe the same execution: a crucifixion that took place some sixty or seventy years after the building of the first heated swimming pool in Rome. The location, though, was not the Esquiline, but another hill, outside the walls of Jerusalem: Golgotha, ‘which means the place of a skull'. The victim, a Jew by the name of Jesus, a wandering preacher from an obscure town named Nazareth, in a region north of Jerusalem named Galilee, had been convicted of a capital offence against Roman order. The four earliest accounts of his execution, written some decades after his death, specify what this meant in practice. The condemned man, after his sentencing, was handed over to soldiers to be flogged. Next, because he had claimed to be ‘the king of the Jews', his guards mocked him, and spat on him, and set a crown of thorns on his head. Only then, bruised and bloodied, was he led out on his final journey. Hauling his cross as he went, he stumbled his way through Jerusalem, a spectacle and an admonition to all who saw him, and onwards, along the road to Golgotha. There, nails were driven into his hands and feet, and he was crucified. After his death, a spear was jabbed into his side. There is no reason to doubt the essentials of this narrative. Even the most sceptical historians have tended to accept them. ‘The death of Jesus of Nazareth on the cross is an established fact, arguably the only established fact about him.' Certainly, his sufferings were nothing exceptional. Pain and humiliation, and the protracted horror of ‘the most wretched of deaths': these, over the course of Roman history, were the common lot of multitudes.Decidedly not the common lot of multitudes, however, was the fate of Jesus' corpse. Lowered from the cross, it was spared a common grave. Claimed by a wealthy admirer, it was prepared reverently for burial, laid in a tomb and left behind a heavy boulder. Such, at any rate, is the report of all four of the earliest narratives of Jesus' death—narratives that in Greek were called euangelia, ‘good news', and would come to be known in English as gospels. The accounts are not implausible. Certainly, we know from archaeological evidence that the corpse of a crucified man might indeed, on occasion, be granted dignified burial in the ossuaries beyond the walls of Jerusalem. Altogether more startling, though—not to say unprecedented—were the stories of what happened next. That women, going to the tomb, had found the entrance stone rolled away. That Jesus, over the course of the next forty days, had appeared to his followers, not as a ghost or a reanimated corpse, but resurrected into a new and glorious form. That he had ascended into heaven and was destined to come again. Time would see him hailed, not just as a man, but as a god. By enduring the most agonising fate imaginable, he had conquered death itself. ‘Therefore God has highly exalted him and bestowed on him the name which is above every name, that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, in heaven and on earth and under the earth…'The utter strangeness of all this, for the vast majority of people in the Roman world, did not lie in the notion that a mortal might become divine. The border between the heavenly and the earthly was widely held to be permeable. In Egypt, the oldest of monarchies, kings had been objects of worship for unfathomable aeons. In Greece, stories were told of a ‘hero god' by the name of Heracles, a muscle-bound monster-slayer who, after a lifetime of spectacular feats, had been swept up from the flames of his own pyre to join the immortals. Among the Romans, a similar tale was told of Romulus, the founder of their city. In the decades before the crucifixion of Jesus, the pace of such promotions into the ranks of the gods had begun to quicken. So vast had the scope of Roman power become that any man who succeeded in making himself its master was liable to seem less human than divine. The ascent into heaven of one of those, a warlord by the name of Julius Caesar, had been heralded by the blaze across the skies of a fiery-tailed star; that of a second, Caesar's adopted son, who had won for himself the name of Augustus, by a spirit seen rising—just as Heracles had done—from a funeral pyre. Even sceptics who scorned the possibility that a fellow mortal might truly become a god were happy to concede its civic value. ‘For the human spirit that believes itself to be of divine origin will thereby be emboldened in the undertaking of mighty deeds, more energetic in accomplishing them, and by its freedom from care rendered more successful in carrying them out.'Divinity, then, was for the very greatest of the great: for victors, and heroes, and kings. Its measure was the power to torture one's enemies, not to suffer it oneself: to nail them to the rocks of a mountain, or to turn them into spiders, or to blind and crucify them after conquering the world. That a man who had himself been crucified might be hailed as a god could not help but be seen by people everywhere across the Roman world as scandalous, obscene, grotesque. The ultimate offensiveness, though, was to one particular people: Jesus' own. The Jews, unlike their rulers, did not believe that a man might become a god; they believed that there was only the one almighty, eternal deity. Creator of the heavens and the earth, he was worshipped by them as the Most High God, the Lord of Hosts, the Master of all the Earth. Empires were his to order; mountains to melt like wax. That such a god, of all gods, might have had a son, and that this son, suffering the fate of a slave, might have been tortured to death on a cross, were claims as stupefying as they were, to most Jews, repellent. No more shocking a reversal of their most devoutly held assumptions could possibly have been imagined. Not merely blasphemy, it was madness.Even those who did come to acknowledge Jesus as ‘Christos', the Anointed One of the Lord God, might flinch at staring the manner of his death full in the face. ‘Christians', as they were called, were as wise to the connotations of crucifixion as anyone. ‘The mystery of the cross, which summons us to God, is something despised and dishonourable.' So wrote Justin, the foremost Christian apologist of his generation, a century and a half after the birth of Jesus. The torture of the Son of the Most High God was a horror simply too shocking to be portrayed in visual form. Scribes copying the gospels might on occasion draw above the Greek word for ‘cross' delicate pictograms that hinted at the crucified Christ, but otherwise it was left to sorcerers or satirists to illustrate his execution. Yet this, to many across the Roman world, was not as deep a paradox as perhaps it might have seemed. So profound were some mysteries that mortals had no choice but to keep them veiled. The naked radiance of the gods was far too dazzling for the human eye. No one, by contrast, had been blinded by the spectacle of the Son of the Most High God being tortured to death; but Christians, although accustomed to make the sign of the cross as a gesture of piety, and to contemplate with wide-eyed reverence the gospel accounts of their Saviour's sufferings, seem to have shrunk from seeing them represented in physical form.Only centuries after the death of Jesus—by which time, astonishingly, even the Caesars had been brought to acknowledge him as Christ—did his execution at last start to emerge as an acceptable theme for artists. By AD 400 the cross was ceasing to be viewed as something shameful. Banned as a punishment decades earlier by Constantine, the first Christian emperor, crucifixion had come to serve the Roman people as an emblem of triumph over sin and death. An artist, carving the scene out of ivory, might represent Jesus in the skimpy loincloth of an athlete, no less muscled than any of the ancient gods. Even as the western half of the empire began to slip away from the rule of the Caesars and fall to barbarian invaders, so in the eastern half, where Roman power endured, the Cross provided assurance to an embattled people that victory would ultimately be theirs. In Christ's agonies had been the index of his defeat of evil. This was why, triumphant even on the implement of his torture, he was never shown as suffering pain. His expression was one of serenity. It proclaimed him Lord of the Universe.Carrying His Cross to GolgothaJesus carries his cross out of Jerusalem to a place called Golgotha. Jews and Romans alike performed executions outside of a town. The Romans made a spectacle of it, in which soldiers would march the prisoner while crowds of spectators gathered to watch.John tells us that Jesus “carr[ied] his own cross.” The Roman custom was to have the prisoners carry their own patibulum—the transverse beam of the cross. This beam was later affixed over the upright stake (the palus, stipes, or staticulum). So, Jesus probably did not carry the entire cross as we normally see it depicted in paintings or movies. The Romans would often continue to scourge the prisoner. Given that Jesus had already been severely scourged, this may not have happened. If the lashings had continued, Jesus could have died before ever reaching the cross.The Synoptics tell us that someone else carried the cross:As they led him away, they seized Simon of Cyrene, who was coming in from the country. They placed the cross on his back and made him carry it behind Jesus. (Luke 23:26)The texts can be easily harmonized. After the severe scourging Jesus received, he was probably unable to carry the cross the whole way to Golgotha. The Romans quickly conscripted Simon of Cyrene to finish the job. No point in ruining a perfectly sadistic execution. The inference that Jesus was extremely weak is not mere speculation. Crucifixions lasted days with the criminal hanging on the cross. All four Gospels attest to Jesus dying quickly after being lifted. This shows he was mortally wounded well before the actual crucifixion.Golgotha is probably at or near where the Church of the Holy Sepulchre is today. As Britannica explains:Church of the Holy Sepulchre, also called Holy Sepulchre, church built on the traditional site of Jesus' Crucifixion and burial. According to the Bible (John 19:41–42), his tomb was close to the place of the Crucifixion, and so the church was planned to enclose the site of both the cross and the tomb.The Church of the Holy Sepulchre lies in the northwest quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem.This is not mere reliance on the tradition that accompanies that church, but on historical evidence. The same evidence weighs against the famous “Garden Tomb”—which some Protestants believe to be Jesus' burial site—from being the correct location.Golgotha was also called “The Place of the Skull.” This could be from the shape of the terrain or, more likely, from the executions carried out there. Why do we, in the English-speaking Christian tradition, call this place “calvary”? As study note 56 in the NET tells us,The Latin word for the Greek κρανίον (kranion) is calvaria. Thus the English word “Calvary” is a transliteration of the Latin rather than a NT place name (cf. Luke 23:33 in the KJV).They Crucified Him Along Two OthersWhat is central to the Christian faith? The crucifixion of Jesus. Christians put crosses on their churches, wear crosses on their necks, and sing hymns like “The Old Rugged Cross.” Yet, in how much detail does the Gospel of John describe the crucifixion? In one. short. sentence.There they crucified him along with two others, one on each side, with Jesus in the middle. (John 19:18)The other Gospels hardly add much detail. Why? Because crucifixion was an unspeakably well-known horror at the time. It was the kind of event with which everyone in John's audience would have been familiar, and the kind of event no one wanted to think about—particularly in relation to someone beloved, much less their Lord!As explained by Tom Holland, crucifixions were intentionally horrific. They sent a public message. Executioners were given free reign to improvise and improve upon them. Sometimes the victim might be tied to the cross, other times they might be nailed to it. When nails were used, they were 5 to 7 inches long. They penetrated the wrist and sunk deep into the wood. The criminal would hang for hours or days. He (or sometimes she) would be unable to swat the flies off his wounds. He could not contain his bodily wastes. All while hanging from a cross anywhere from 6 to 10 feet in height.Jesus was crucified with two others. At first, this may seem surprising. They appear nowhere else in the story. However, this is not an unlikely situation. Crucifixions were a form of government propaganda. What better time to broadcast the message than during a popular festival drawing thousands of people from all over the empire.Jesus, King of the JewsPilate had a tablet made that displayed the charge against Jesus—“king of the Jews.” This would have been somewhat customary. During an execution, one of the soldiers might carry a tabula (tablet) declaring the charge and cause of execution. There is dark humor embedded in this scene. Pilate included the charge provided to him by the Jews themselves. He writes it in Aramaic, Latin, and Greek. Remember that during this festival Jews from all over the empire and some Gentiles would travel to Jerusalem. Many of them may have been more fluent in Latin or Greek. So, Pilate advertises to all there: this is the king of the Jews being crucified.Think of how the situation would have been perceived by those not “in the know.” The king of the Jews is being crucified by the Romans during the most important Jewish festival of the year, while a crowd of Jews—particularly the Jewish religious elite—cheer on. This would be confusing at best and treacherous at worst. It would have looked like the Jewish religious elite were siding with the Romans against the Jewish claim of sovereignty.The chief priests protest. The tablet must be rewritten, they request. “Do not write, ‘The king of the Jews,' but rather, ‘This man said, I am king of the Jews.'” Pilate gets the last laugh. The Jewish leaders may have involved him in a situation with which he wanted no connection; they may have twisted his arm by threatening to accuse him of treason to Caesar; but they certainly cannot direct Pilate's execution of Jesus. “What I have written, I have written” he responds, taking his small revenge on them.There is a subtle theological point made by the message on the tablet. Remember Jesus' words in chapter 12:And I, when I am lifted up from the earth, will draw all people to myself. (John 12:32)The message, at least on its face, seems serious: “king of the Jews.” And it is written not only in Aramaic (the language of the Jews) but in the “universal” languages. Greek was still the lingua franca and Latin was a close second. They were the languages spoken all over the world, or that's what anyone in John's audience would have thought.The point is that the message of Jesus' kingship is displayed for all the world to see, not just the Jews. Of course, there are many more languages and the Gospel message is still making its way to the whole world today, but the symbolism is powerful. Jesus died so that “everyone who believes in him will not perish but have eternal life.” (John 3:16, emphasis added)They Took His Clothes—Psalm 22The soldiers proceed to take whatever few possessions Jesus had upon his arrest. Confiscating the goods of an executed prisoner was standard practice. The removal of clothing upon execution was also standard. The Romans executed prisoners naked. In the ancient world just as today, nakedness in the wrong settings can be cause of shame. For the Jews particularly, public nakedness would have especially shameful. Given that Jesus was crucified in a Jewish setting and during a Jewish festival, the Romans could have agreed to keep loincloths on the criminals.The Roman army's basic unit was a contubernium, eight men who shared a tent. Dispatching half a unit, i.e., four men, would have been common for a task such as crucifixion. (This was called a quaternion, a squad of four soldiers.) Hence the need to divide the garments among several soldiers. The NET translation says they “threw dice.” This is possible (that they used actual dice), but as translator's note 74 to the NET explains:Grk “but choose by lot” (probably by using marked pebbles or broken pieces of pottery). A modern equivalent, “throw dice,” was chosen here because of its association with gambling.What the text calls a tunic would be an unfamiliar garment to us. Translator's note 71 in the NET explains:Or “shirt” (a long garment worn under the cloak next to the skin). The name for this garment (χιτών, chitōn) presents some difficulty in translation. Most modern readers would not understand what a ‘tunic' was any more than they would be familiar with a ‘chiton.' On the other hand, attempts to find a modern equivalent are also a problem: “Shirt” conveys the idea of a much shorter garment that covers only the upper body, and “undergarment” (given the styles of modern underwear) is more misleading still. “Tunic” was therefore employed, but with a note to explain its nature.The main point John is making by describing how soldiers divided Jesus' clothes among them is a prophetic one. He reminds us how Psalm 22 is being fulfilled. I quote the entire psalm below (for the sake of legibility, I format it as if it were prose).For the music director, according to the tune “Morning Doe”; a psalm of David.My God, my God, why have you abandoned me? I groan in prayer, but help seems far away. 2 My God, I cry out during the day, but you do not answer, and during the night my prayers do not let up.3 You are holy; you sit as king receiving the praises of Israel. 4 In you our ancestors trusted; they trusted in you and you rescued them. 5 To you they cried out, and they were saved; in you they trusted and they were not disappointed.6 But I am a worm, not a man; people insult me and despise me. 7 All who see me taunt me; they mock me and shake their heads. 8 They say, “Commit yourself to the Lord! Let the Lord rescue him! Let the Lord deliver him, for he delights in him.”9 Yes, you are the one who brought me out from the womb and made me feel secure on my mother's breasts. 10 I have been dependent on you since birth; from the time I came out of my mother's womb you have been my God.11 Do not remain far away from me, for trouble is near and I have no one to help me. 12 Many bulls surround me; powerful bulls of Bashan hem me in. 13 They open their mouths to devour me like a roaring lion that rips its prey.14 My strength drains away like water; all my bones are dislocated. My heart is like wax; it melts away inside me. 15 The roof of my mouth is as dry as a piece of pottery; my tongue sticks to my gums.You set me in the dust of death. 16 Yes, wild dogs surround me—a gang of evil men crowd around me; like a lion they pin my hands and feet.17 I can count all my bones; my enemies are gloating over me in triumph. 18 They are dividing up my clothes among themselves; they are rolling dice [literally, “casting lots”] for my garments.19 But you, O Lord, do not remain far away. You are my source of strength. Hurry and help me! 20 Deliver me from the sword. Save my life from the claws of the wild dogs. 21 Rescue me from the mouth of the lion and from the horns of the wild oxen.You have answered me. 22 I will declare your name to my countrymen. In the middle of the assembly I will praise you. 23 You loyal followers of the Lord, praise him.All you descendants of Jacob, honor him. All you descendants of Israel, stand in awe of him. 24 For he did not despise or detest the suffering of the oppressed. He did not ignore him; when he cried out to him, he responded. 25 You are the reason I offer praise in the great assembly; I will fulfill my promises before the Lord's loyal followers. 26 Let the oppressed eat and be filled. Let those who seek his help praise the Lord. May you live forever!27 Let all the people of the earth acknowledge the Lord and turn to him. Let all the nations worship you. 28 For the Lord is king and rules over the nations.29 All the thriving people of the earth will join the celebration and worship; all those who are descending into the grave will bow before him, including those who cannot preserve their lives.30 A whole generation will serve him; they will tell the next generation about the Lord. 31 They will come and tell about his saving deeds; they will tell a future generation what he has accomplished.Look, Here is Your MotherWho is standing near Jesus as he is crucified? All the disciples except the “beloved disciple” have deserted him. The women are the ones who remain with him. This is not entirely surprising from a historical standpoint. Roman soldiers would probably have permitted women followers to remain with the convicted criminal. There would have been many bystanders anyways, and women—even if followers of the criminal—may not have been viewed as active revolutionaries. In the Ancient world, women were allowed more latitude in mourning, and women were executed far less often. (Less often—but not never. The female followers of Jesus were still putting themselves at risk by openly supporting a crucified revolutionary.)Only the Gospel of John mentions the presence of a male disciple at the cross. We have discussed the identity of the “beloved disciple” before. Christian tradition is that the beloved disciple is John himself (the author of this gospel). The fact that only John mentions his presence at the cross makes sense. The other gospel authors focus on the crucifixion itself. John adds a short description of a touching moment he had with Jesus and Jesus' mother.Caution, a short rant is incoming: Nowadays, there are different proposals as to the identity of the beloved disciple. But, frankly, nowadays we can't even agree on what is a woman, so scholarly disagreement on any given point is not as weighty as it once was. Moreover, biblical scholarship is staunchly opposed to tradition. Scholars seem to go out of their way to suggest non-traditional hypotheses, even if they are quite weak or nonsensical. At any rate, I will proceed as if the beloved disciple is John. I don't think the other proposals are even worth discussing, but may this short rant serve as a disclaimer that you should look into those if you are interest. Ok, rant over. Back to the text.Remember that Jesus began his ministry at the behest of his mother, although she did not understand what she was requesting.When the wine ran out, Jesus' mother said to him, “They have no wine left.” Jesus replied, “Woman, why are you saying this to me? My time has not yet come.” (John 2:3-4)In chapter 19, Jesus' mother is present at the end of his earthly ministry.Recall that Jesus is Mary's oldest son, or only son if you take the Catholic approach. Joseph is absent from the narrative, which means he is probably deceased. This further means that the responsibility of caring for Mary fell on Jesus' shoulders. We may have a difficult time understanding the legal position of women in ancient Jewish society, but I will attempt to provide a short explanation. They were “connected” to society through the men in their lives: as the daughter of a man, as the wife of a man, or as the mother of a man. A woman left with no man in her life, either as a father, husband, or son, was a woman that belonged to no household. And a woman without a household had no support group. She was most often destitute. (A younger woman might be expected to remarry or return to her father's household if he was still living. With Mary, those choices were clearly not available.)Consequently, the duty of a son, particularly the eldest, was to care for her aging parents, especially his mother. Moreover, from what we understand of Jewish custom, a dying man was allowed and encouraged to settle the legal status of the women for which he was responsible. A crucified man could make his testament even from the cross.In the ancient world, both Jew and Roman, friendship could create a bond almost as meaningful as kinship. There are several ancient stories in which a dying man asks his friend to become like a son to the decedent's mother. Consequently, the exchange between Jesus, Mary, and John would not have seem odd to an ancient audience.Lastly, we need to understand that adoptive ties would have been taken seriously. A man adopting a woman as his mother is not mere poetry, but an honorable and serious commitment to care for her for the rest of her life.It is with all that in mind that we need to read the conversation in verses 26 and 27. “'Woman, look, here is your son!' He then said to his disciple, ‘Look, here is your mother!'” This was a serious command in which Jesus discharged his last duty—caring for his mother. There is a poetic beauty in that fact that as Jesus was crucified, he went to the grave with no earthly possessions. He had nothing to write a will about, except to settle the legal status of his mother. His mother is all he had and he gave her away as well.One notable detail in this exchange is that Jesus entrusted his mother to his disciple, not to a sibling (whether full or half-sibling, if the Catholic approach is taken). At this point in the narrative, Jesus' ministry has cost him his family. He is now closer to his faith family than he is to his “real family.” This would become a model for many Christians to this very day, when families would disown their own fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, and children because they placed their faith in Jesus Christ.I Am ThirstyEven on the cross, Jesus is working. He is careful with his words in order to “fulfill the scripture.” He exclaims, “I am thirsty.” On its face, this statement is a visible symbol of Jesus' mortality. The more biblically literate in John's audience, however, would recognize a reference to either Psalm 69 or Psalm 22. Psalm 22 was quoted above. Here I quote Psalm 69 in its entirety, again in the form of prose for easier legibility:For the music director, according to the tune of “Lilies”; by David.Deliver me, O God, for the water has reached my neck. 2 I sink into the deep mire where there is no solid ground; I am in deep water, and the current overpowers me.3 I am exhausted from shouting for help. My throat is sore; my eyes grow tired from looking for my God.4 Those who hate me without cause are more numerous than the hairs of my head. Those who want to destroy me, my enemies for no reason, outnumber me.They make me repay what I did not steal. 5 O God, you are aware of my foolish sins; my guilt is not hidden from you. 6 Let none who rely on you be disgraced because of me, O Sovereign Lord of Heaven's Armies. Let none who seek you be ashamed because of me, O God of Israel.7 For I suffer humiliation for your sake and am thoroughly disgraced. 8 My own brothers treat me like a stranger; they act as if I were a foreigner. 9 Certainly zeal for your house consumes me; I endure the insults of those who insult you.10 I weep and refrain from eating food, which causes others to insult me. 11 I wear sackcloth and they ridicule me. 12 Those who sit at the city gate gossip about me; drunkards mock me in their songs.13 O Lord, may you hear my prayer and be favorably disposed to me. O God, because of your great loyal love, answer me with your faithful deliverance. 14 Rescue me from the mud. Don't let me sink.Deliver me from those who hate me, from the deep water. 15 Don't let the current overpower me. Don't let the deep swallow me up. Don't let the Pit devour me.16 Answer me, O Lord, for your loyal love is good. Because of your great compassion, turn toward me. 17 Do not ignore your servant, for I am in trouble. Answer me right away.18 Come near me and redeem me. Because of my enemies, rescue me. 19 You know how I am insulted, humiliated, and disgraced; you can see all my enemies. 20 Their insults are painful and make me lose heart; I look for sympathy, but receive none, for comforters, but find none.21 They put bitter poison into my food, and to quench my thirst they give me vinegar to drink. 22 May their dining table become a trap before them. May it be a snare for that group of friends.23 May their eyes be blinded. Make them shake violently. 24 Pour out your judgment on them. May your raging anger overtake them. 25 May their camp become desolate, their tents uninhabited. 26 For they harass the one whom you discipline; they spread the news about the suffering of those whom you punish.27 Hold them accountable for all their sins. Do not vindicate them. 28 May their names be deleted from the scroll of the living. Do not let their names be listed with the godly.29 I am oppressed and suffering. O God, deliver and protect me. 30 I will sing praises to God's name. I will magnify him as I give him thanks. 31 That will please the Lord more than an ox or a bull with horns and hooves.32 The oppressed look on—let them rejoice. You who seek God, may you be encouraged. 33 For the Lord listens to the needy; he does not despise his captive people.34 Let the heavens and the earth praise him, along with the seas and everything that swims in them. 35 For God will deliver Zion and rebuild the cities of Judah, and his people will again live in them and possess Zion. 36 The descendants of his servants will inherit it, and those who are loyal to him will live in it.So is Jesus' thirst and vinegar drink a reference to Psalm 22 or Psalm 69? The Gospel of Matthew seems to connect Jesus' statement with Psalm 69. In the Greek, Matthew describes the drink as being mixed with cholēn, translated as gall or bile in English. This is the same Greek word used in the Septuagint translation of Psalm 69:21. Notice that Matthew probably based his gospel on the Gospel of Mark, which uses the word esmyrnismenon (myrrh), so using the word cholēn seems like a deliberate interpretation by Matthew. On the other hand, the Gospel of John (and the Gospel of Mark in verse 15:34) makes a reference to Psalm 22 just a few verses before. Interpreting the reference as connected to Psalm 22 shows more literary consistency with the rest of chapter 19. Of course, as your resident fence-sitter, I must also suggest that the reference could be to both psalms. Jewish understanding of prophecy fulfillment was much more fluid than our modern sensibilities would like.Most importantly, both Psalms place us in the context of the suffering servant, persecuted for his service to God. One psalm ends in hope for the oppressed. The other in judgment for the oppressors.Gave Up His SpiritAfter fulfilling scripture, Jesus exclaims “It is completed!” and gives up his spirit. Allow me to begin the discussion of verse 30 with its latter half.John has emphasized time and time again that Jesus is in control, not the Jews, not Pilate, not anyone else but himself. He goes to the cross willingly and deliberately. The second half of verse 30 is the culmination of that theme. Jesus does not simply die. He gives up his spirit. Even at the moment of death, he is in control. Jesus, being God himself, sacrifices himself willingly.The verb used by John to refer to Jesus' giving up of his spirit is paredōken. This is the same verb (although different voice) as the verb used twice in Isaiah 53:12 (paredothē). In Isaiah, the verb is used passively (he is “given up”), while in John the suffering servant is active (he “gives up” his spirit). Nonetheless, the reference is fairly clear, particularly when we consider than John has referenced Isaiah 53 before (John 12:38).Isaiah 53 is a key passage to understanding the death of Jesus. As I did before with Psalm 22 and Psalm 69, I quote Isaiah 53 here as if it were prose:Who would have believed what we just heard? When was the Lord's power revealed through him?2 He sprouted up like a twig before God, like a root out of parched soil; he had no stately form or majesty that might catch our attention, no special appearance that we should want to follow him. 3 He was despised and rejected by people, one who experienced pain and was acquainted with illness; people hid their faces from him; he was despised, and we considered him insignificant.4 But he lifted up our illnesses, he carried our pain; even though we thought he was being punished, attacked by God, and afflicted for something he had done. 5 He was wounded because of our rebellious deeds, crushed because of our sins; he endured punishment that made us well; because of his wounds we have been healed.6 All of us had wandered off like sheep; each of us had strayed off on his own path, but the Lord caused the sin of all of us to attack him.7 He was treated harshly and afflicted, but he did not even open his mouth. Like a lamb led to the slaughtering block, like a sheep silent before her shearers, he did not even open his mouth.8 He was led away after an unjust trial—but who even cared?Indeed, he was cut off from the land of the living; because of the rebellion of his own people he was wounded. 9 They intended to bury him with criminals, but he ended up in a rich man's tomb because he had committed no violent deeds, nor had he spoken deceitfully.10 Though the Lord desired to crush him and make him ill, once restitution is made, he will see descendants and enjoy long life, and the Lord's purpose will be accomplished through him.11 Having suffered, he will reflect on his work, he will be satisfied when he understands what he has done. “My servant will acquit many, for he carried their sins. 12 So I will assign him a portion with the multitudes, he will divide the spoils of victory with the powerful, because he willingly submitted to death and was numbered with the rebels, when he lifted up the sin of many and intervened on behalf of the rebels.”

The Michael Berry Show
Listen To This Hilarious Story About A Straight Dude That Claimed To Be Gay To Get Out Of The Military

The Michael Berry Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 8:44


Girlskill - Female Success. Redefined.
[Special Offer to Join Claimed in January] Make 2023 The “Year of Better Men”

Girlskill - Female Success. Redefined.

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 8:15


Ah, January. A chance to start over... A fresh beginning... Things are going to be different this time! 2023 has a different energy to it, don't you think? Exciting, sexy and full of possibility. (Sounds a bit like a new boyfriend, right? Well, read on and I might just get you one before you even stop to wonder how it's March already ;) If your intention for 2023 is to break through your dating pattern of nice guys vs. assholes, start attracting the great men you want to believe are out there, and finally meet your guy, then pay close attention. Because we all love the fresh start January brings, I want to offer you a something special. A chance to make good on your #relationshipgoals. So this year it will finally be different (because we all know how these things go...) But first, a bit of straight talk: After talking to over a thousand women on discovery calls, I know that when it comes to joining Claimed, the #1 hurdle is investment. Let's unpack that. Investing in yourself: inside-out, not outside-in. Many women we speak to have no problem spending money on themselves on the “outside” but they struggle to justify investing in themselves on the “inside.” It's harder to get out your credit card when you're buying something you can't actually see or touch — way easier to spend $4K on a Gucci handbag. You can touch it. You can feel the value. It's a status symbol. It says a lot about who you are and what you value. So I'm curious, what do you value? Is it a temporary “feel-good” high you get from that new handbag, a beautiful pair of shoes, a spa weekend or an expensive vacation? Or is it a shift that comes from the inside and brings more lasting happiness and fulfilment? Still, this kind of investment can feel hard to justify. The money's not going into anything tangible like your stock portfolio, your savings, or even your wardrobe. It's just going into… yourself. But, based on my personal experience and years of coaching hundreds of women, I know that when you invest in yourself on a deeper level, you immediately begin to see the return on how you show up in the world. It's also a signal to yourself. That you're worthy of taking up space. That you do deserve to get "the best piece." And when you do, everyone wins. This is why I decided to create a special offer for a limited number of women joining the Claimed program before the end of January. Here are the details: (Drum-roll, please!)

The Commercial Break
Your Pocketbook? I Claimed It!

The Commercial Break

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 58:28


In part of 2 of the prosperity preaching clips, TCB hears from one of the preachers making a REALLY good living scamming his congregation. Bob the preacher is telling you..."If you need money...just CLAIM it! It shall be yours under the lord". Wow....what a life! LINKS: Send us show ideas, comments, questions or concerns by texting us or leaving a voicemail at: 1.855.TCB.8383 Watch TCB on YouTube Creator: Bryan Green Co-Host: Bryan Green Co-Host: Krissy Hoadley Written By: Bryan Green Exec Producers: Bryan Green & Krissy Hoadley Content Production & Research: Tina Khano YouTube Producer & Editor: Morgan Please Audio Editing: Christina A. Executive Director: Astrid B. Associate Producer: Gustavo Episodic Contribution: Marianne, Diane, Natalie, Will The Champ, Will D** Huge Thanks To Our Supportive Listeners, Friends, Family & Spouses: Astrid & Jeff!! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

All In with Chris Hayes
George Santos claimed he was volleyball 'star' at college he didn't attend

All In with Chris Hayes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 42:44


Guests: Rep. Nikema Williams, Rep. Eric Swalwell, Marisa Kabas, Sen. Chris MurphyThe new MAGA House plows ahead with the same abortion agenda that was rejected even by Republican voters. Plus, Congressman Eric Swalwell on getting kicked off committees for Kevin McCarthy. And Senator Chris Murphy on what to expect next. Then, the entire local Republican Party now calling on George Santos to step down. And a reminder to the right wing that the woke mob is not coming for your stove. 

This Is Actually Happening
260: What if your husband claimed you were dead?

This Is Actually Happening

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 49:35 Very Popular


After a chaotic upbringing ending with her parents' divorce, a woman falls into the hands of a man whose promises are too good to be true. Today's guest requested to remain anonymous, but if you'd like to reach out to her, you can email at journeyforward808@gmail.com. Producer: Whit Missildine, Sara Marinelli Social Media: Instagram: @actuallyhappeningTwitter: @TIAHPodcast Website: www.thisisactuallyhappening.com Support the Show: Support The Show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/happening Wondery Plus: All episodes of the show prior to episode #130 are now part of the Wondery Plus premium service. To access the full catalog of episodes, and get all episodes ad free, sign up for Wondery Plus at https://wondery.com/plus Shop at the Store: The This Is Actually Happening online store is now officially open. Follow this link: https://www.thisisactuallyhappening.com/shop to access branded t-shirts, posters, stickers and more from the shop. Transcripts: Full transcripts of each episode are now available on the website, thisisactuallyhappening.com Content/Trigger Warnings: domestic abuse, sexual abuse, explicit language Intro Music: ""Illabye" – TipperMusic Bed: “Cylinder Four” “Cylinder Five” – Chris ZabriskieOutro Music: "The Moon is Down" - El Diablo & Adam Schraft (Rojo y Negro) @eldiablosf @rojo-y-negro www.eldiablobass.com/ ServicesIf you or someone you know is struggling with the effects of trauma or mental illness, please refer to the following resources: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 National Alliance on Mental Illness: 1-800-950-6264National Sexual Assault Hotline (RAINN): 1-800-656-HOPE (4673)Crisis Text Line: Within the US, text HOME to 741741See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Asbury United Methodist Church
Episode 108: Claimed by God (1-8-23)

Asbury United Methodist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 24:56


Claimed by God (1-8-23)

The Northminster Church Podcast
"Claimed by God" by Rev. Jillian Hankamer

The Northminster Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 86:48


The video of the service can be found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TvpAYmRx7rc

Les Immatures De Paris And The Policeman
But the ex-porn queen claimed the date was “boring”. She said: “The guy who invited me also invited one of the other girls and this isn't

Les Immatures De Paris And The Policeman

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 0:38


Les Immatures De Paris And The Policeman
ARE PORNHUB X TIKTOK RACIST ? Also, in June of the same year, Rhoades reportedly claimed that she went on a date with a Libra who plays for

Les Immatures De Paris And The Policeman

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 1:30


Deadline: White House
“He is not the great businessman that he claimed to be”

Deadline: White House

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 88:37 Very Popular


Nicolle Wallace discusses the release of the former president's tax returns by the House Ways and Means Committee and what it means going forward for his political career, new details on the Capitol insurrection from the testimony of key witnesses to the January 6th Select Committee, a look back at the year in politics and more. Joined by: Russ Buettner, Harry Litman, Rep. Judy Chu, Philip Rucker, Tim Miller, David Fahrenthold, Michael Cohen, Michael McFaul, Joyce Vance and Rick Stengel.

CMDTower
Brews and Builds: Theory Crafting- Mishra, Claimed by Six/Nightmare Before Christmas

CMDTower

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 75:07


Welcome to episode 165 of Brews and Builds, featuring Fellow Host MrComboNumber5 and BigTuck. We are here with some more Theory Crafting with a fun holiday challenge where one of your hosts picks a commander and the other picks the holiday movie it MUST be themed around. MrComboNumber5 INSISTS this is a christmas movie. There are skeptics out there but BogTuck liked the challenge and thought Mishra, Claimed by Gix with Phyrexian Dragon Engine merging into Mishra, Lost to Phyrexia would fit perfectly thematically! I mean how else do we represent Jack Skellington and Zero :) Remember if you want a chance to be on Brews and Builds, join our patreon below! www.cmdtower.com/bnbe165 High quality proxies and playtest cards! Use code CMDTOWER for 10% off your entire order (stackable with other discounts!) Check out some of our other content - Every other Monday on twitch.tv/cmdtower get to see Slinging Cardboard Rectangles #SCR with content creators from across MTG and our own #thecollective members! - Where in the Multiverse is Fblthp (diving into the lore of recently old sets, what could have been, what could come, and what actually happened) Stories That Gets Left Hanging: What was left untold and where do we think it could go Unexplained Omission: Which characters should have appeared in the most recent visit to said plane Tinfoil Hat: Next time we visit who do you think we will encounter? (characters, sparks igniting, etc.) - The Eternal of Hot Takes (correlate Legacy strategies to EDH and talk the ban list) Legacy vs EDH (deck construction parallels) Countermeta (legacy tactics to counter meta's or archetypes in EDH) Council of the Unbanned (EDH ban card arguments to make legal again) - The Budget Shoppe (walk into our store so we can show you all the affordable ways to deck construct!) General consensus on the archetype Everyone chooses a commander they feel fits that archetype with budget in mind The change- 4 cards at 4 different budgets for each commander to get them going - Mr.Bever's Neighborhood (sit down with one of the calmest community members in MrBevers while he educates us on how to handle salt inducing cards) What makes this card annoying or salt-inducing?  Why do we (the individual) react this way?  How can we form habits that can change this way of reacting over the long haul? You can support the team by heading over to our Patreon, with 4 different reward tiers from discord access to getting your own playmat/sleeves anything really can help out. If you just want to pick up some CMDTower swag, head over to our amazing Etsy Store! Facebook: CMDTower Twitter: - @mrcombonumber5 - @bigtucktweeting - @CMDtower - @MrCombonumber5 Email: - cmdtower@gmail.com - mrcombonumber5@cmdtower.com - bigtuck@cmdtower.com -  Website: - CMDTower - Patreon! Become a part of The Collective

The Fierce Female Network
George Santos Claimed Mom Died on September 11th: NOT!

The Fierce Female Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 21:00


  United States Congressman-elect George Santos (R-New York) may be able to dismiss criticisms about his fake résumé, his spurious claims about being "Jew-ish," his nonexistent college education, and his sketchy finances as mere "embellishments."   But what New York Magazine and Huffington Post contributor Yashar Ali pieced together late Wednesday night revealed that nothing is sacred for the embattled freshman lawmaker. Ali noticed two tweets written by Santos in 2021, which are still active on his profile, contain conflicting accounts of his mother's death.

CrabDiving Radio Podcast
CrabDiving – Wed 122122 – Trump Claimed Negative Income In Four Of The Last Six Years

CrabDiving Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 116:30


Trump claimed negative income in four of his last six years. Americans have been gobsmacked with a massive winter storm. Most people think their mental health is suffering. Former Democratic Senator Kryten Sinema lost her access to a Democratic voter database and high-powered party consultants. The Senate GOP went after their colleagues in the House over their childish omnibus threats. Newly elected New York Republican George Sants was busted for lying about literally everything on his resume. Conservative Steve Scalise might be Speaker. Sky-god worshipping is down but mega-churches are on the rise. Power companies are influencing media organizations with cash. In Alabama, big energy is about to get a much-needed audit. In news that isn't satire, pop icon Justin Bieber sold his catalog for 200 million.

Boobies & Noobies: A Romance Review Podcast

The Novella: Sinta (Stranded with an Alien)The Author: Honey PhillipsThe Guest: Liz Donatelli, Host of Reader Seeks Romance on YouTubeThe Synopsis:An unexpected inheritance comes at the perfect time for Holly. Her on-again, off-again relationship is off for good, her Christmas plans have been canceled, and her parents have decided to spend the holiday traveling. But the remote mountain cabin she inherited is not the idyllic paradise she remembers from her childhood. There's no power, no cell service, and she's quite sure someone - or something - is watching her from the woods…Sinta's observation trip to this primitive planet has gone disastrously wrong. His ship's systems have gone haywire, the freezing temperatures have thrown his body into his beast-like survival mode, and he's lost touch with his world. Then the enchanting human female he spies from the woods threatens to throw his beast into a mating frenzy…When Sinta and Holly are forced to work together to survive they discover an unexpected connection – but is there any future for them once the holidays are over?Show Notes:- The 10th Day of Boobsmas with my favorite Booktuber, Liz Donatelli- Boobsmas: the soundtrack for all your holiday driving needs- Catch Kelly on Reader Seeks Romance, discussing Meet Me in Los Feliz- Looking ahead to 2023- Introducing today's Boobsmas read (00:09:32)- A few words about why we prefer novellas (and why they're potentially more difficult to write than novels)- What's your favorite holiday tradition or memory? (00:15:33)- Feast of the Seven Fishes... but which fishes?- Holiday Tit or Tat? (00:19:00)- Baths, jizz, and trees, oh my! - A brief synopsis for Sinta (00:27:59)- Does her dad know ALL the aliens?- The one BIG issue with this book: women's safety - But what does his peen look like? (00:44:11)- A few steamy sexcerpts (00:49:59)- Earth girls are easy? - Heart, Humor, Heat, & Holiday Ratings (00:57:58)- The 10th Day of Boobsmas jingle courtesy of Cooper BaldwinBooks, Movies, etc. Mentioned in this Episode:- Re: peppermint flavored spunk - Santa Claus is Going to Town on Me by M.L. Eliza - Listen to our previous alien holiday romance review on The 12 Days of Boobsmas (2021): Claimed by the Alien Bodyguard- A few callbacks to our episode review of Sweet Berries Other News:- Tune in for new podcast episodes, new giveaways, and more holiday romance recommendations all month long for the 12 Days of Boobsmas.- Purchase my DEBUT holiday novella, Meet Me in Los Feliz now!! Links:Follow Boobies & Noobies on Twitter, Instagram, & Facebook @boobiespodcast, on TikTok @b00biespodcast, and check out our blog, merch, and more on our brand new Boobies & Noobies website.

The PainExam podcast
2023 Physician Fee Schedule + New Chronic Pain Management Codes

The PainExam podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 35:48


Rachel Trobman, CEO of Upside Health and David Rosenblum, MD discuss updates to the 2023 Physician Fee Schedule + New Chronic Pain Management Codes, Remote Patient Monitoring and more! Claim CME Credit! This Podcast is not worth any CME Credit, but Credit can be Claimed for reflecting on content: The CE experience for this Podcast is powered by CMEfy - click here to reflect and earn credits: https://earnc.me/9AX9LN Upcoming Courses and Workshops! Ultrasound Guided Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine NYC- Dec 3, 2022 Regenerative Interventional Pain Course NYC- Jan, 28, 2023 Ultrasound Guided Regional Anesthesia and  Pain Medicine Tamarindo, Costa Rica- Feb. 19, 2023 Ultrasound Guided Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine NYC- March 11, 2023 Ultrasound Guided Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine NYC- April 22, 2023 Pain Management Board Review/Refresher Course/ Ultrasound Training NYC- June 9-11, 2023 NRAP: NYC Regional Anesthesia and Pain Ultrasound CME Workshop Registration, Sat, Dec 3, 2022 at 7:30 AM | Eventbrite For  up to date Calendar, Click Here!

The PMRExam Podcast
2023 Physician Fee Schedule + New Chronic Pain Management Codes

The PMRExam Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 35:48


Rachel Trobman, CEO of Upside Health and David Rosenblum, MD discuss updates to the 2023 Physician Fee Schedule + New Chronic Pain Management Codes, Remote Patient Monitoring and more! Claim CME Credit! This Podcast is not worth any CME Credit, but Credit can be Claimed for reflecting on content: The CE experience for this Podcast is powered by CMEfy - click here to reflect and earn credits: https://earnc.me/9AX9LN Upcoming Courses and Workshops! Ultrasound Guided Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine NYC- Dec 3, 2022 Regenerative Interventional Pain Course NYC- Jan, 28, 2023 Ultrasound Guided Regional Anesthesia and  Pain Medicine Tamarindo, Costa Rica- Feb. 19, 2023 Ultrasound Guided Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine NYC- March 11, 2023 Ultrasound Guided Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine NYC- April 22, 2023 Pain Management Board Review/Refresher Course/ Ultrasound Training NYC- June 9-11, 2023 NRAP: NYC Regional Anesthesia and Pain Ultrasound CME Workshop Registration, Sat, Dec 3, 2022 at 7:30 AM | Eventbrite For  up to date Calendar, Click Here!

AnesthesiaExam Podcast
Updates to the 2023 Physician Fee Schedule + New Chronic Pain Management Codes

AnesthesiaExam Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 35:48


Rachel Trobman, CEO of Upside Health and David Rosenblum, MD discuss updates to the 2023 Physician Fee Schedule + New Chronic Pain Management Codes, Remote Patient Monitoring and more! Claim CME Credit! This Podcast is not worth any CME Credit, but Credit can be Claimed for reflecting on content: The CE experience for this Podcast is powered by CMEfy - click here to reflect and earn credits: https://earnc.me/9AX9LN Upcoming Courses and Workshops! Ultrasound Guided Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine NYC- Dec 3, 2022 Regenerative Interventional Pain Course NYC- Jan, 28, 2023 Ultrasound Guided Regional Anesthesia and  Pain Medicine Tamarindo, Costa Rica- Feb. 19, 2023 Ultrasound Guided Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine NYC- March 11, 2023 Ultrasound Guided Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine NYC- April 22, 2023 Pain Management Board Review/Refresher Course/ Ultrasound Training NYC- June 9-11, 2023 NRAP: NYC Regional Anesthesia and Pain Ultrasound CME Workshop Registration, Sat, Dec 3, 2022 at 7:30 AM | Eventbrite For  up to date Calendar, Click Here!

SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia
Croatia has claimed third place at the World Cup in Qatar - Kroasia Sukses Raih Peringkat Ketiga di Piala Dunia Qatar 2022

SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 10:19


Croatia has claimed third place at the World Cup in Qatar after beating Morocco, two goals to one. - Kroasia sukses meraih juara ketiga di Piala Dunia Qatar 2022 setelah mengalahkan Maroko dengan skor 2-1.

The Joe Pags Show
Hunter Biden Drops Off Laptop & Never Claimed It - Pags Talks to Shop Owner - Dec 15 Hr 1 Pt 1

The Joe Pags Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 22:31


Hunter Biden dropped off his laptop and never claimed it – Pags talks with the shop owner, John Paul Mac Isaac! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Joe Pags Show
Hunter Biden Drops Off Laptop & Never Claimed It - Pags Talks to Shop Owner - Dec 15 Hr 1 Pt 2

The Joe Pags Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 21:21


Hunter Biden dropped off his laptop and never claimed it – Pags talks with the shop owner, John Paul Mac Isaac! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Girlskill - Female Success. Redefined.
How To Date The Right Way - The Grounded Approach

Girlskill - Female Success. Redefined.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 54:54


In this video I talk to Brittany, a client of the Claimed program about her journey to starting to date the right way by embodying her feminine and rediscovering herself. =============================

#KTSESPORTSTALK WITH JUSTIN P
Season 5: Episode 34 featuring my Co-Host Maurice Savage Jr.

#KTSESPORTSTALK WITH JUSTIN P

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 79:49


Topics for today's show Topic 1: Recap of CFB conference championships , Top 4 Teams in your opinion for CFB playoffs Topic 2: Deion Sanders leaving Jackson State for Colorado Topic 3: NBA TALK , Scores, Standings Topic 4: Jerry Jones situation Topic 5: baker Mayfield gets released by the Panthers , Claimed by the Rams Topic 6: Brittney Griner situation Topic 7: Recap of week 14 NFL games Topic 8: Week 15 NFL Predictions Follow and subscribe to the show on these platforms

Darren, Daunic and Chase
Hour 4: NFL Zingers, Tolvanen claimed by Seattle, Trivia (12-12-22)

Darren, Daunic and Chase

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 46:22


Hire Power Radio
Pre-vetting Candidates Before the Interview with Payman Taei of Visme

Hire Power Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 32:40


Over the past few years talent has been scarce. And when talent is scarce, fear leads hiring decisions. We don't want to lose (what we perceive to be) “good people”, so we shortcut the interview process.  Here's the thing, our perceptions are often wrong.  Our gut is often wrong. And it is wrong because the data we input is either assumed or circumstantial. Resulting in marginal hiring that hurts your business.  So, what if every person that you hired thrived in your company? What would be the ROI if you operated at a hiring success rate over the 90th percentile? It would be pretty f-ing amazing, right? A crucial part of why we get hiring wrong too often is that we don't invest the time to adequately vet people before we bring them in for an interview. This starts with your first call (phone screen). We miss the opportunity to gather true data as to whether a person is positioned well for the organization and their level of performance.  That's right, positioning and performance.  The most crucial data that help you understand alignment before wasting anyone's time in a formal interview process.  Evidence that is not present on a resume.  Guest Bio: Payman Taei is the Founder of Visme, an all-in-one visual communication platform, and Co-Founder of Respona the link-building for SaaS and Agencies to improve google rankings.  Payman is an avid technologist who loves new trends and tries to keep up with the ever-evolving internet. His background in Biology has led him to truly believe in the art of evolution. Everything changes in time. You either follow or create new trends or you will be left behind.  TODAY WE DISCUSS: The challenges in today's pre-vetting of talent How to properly vet people before they enter your interview process HIRING STORY: Hired a marketing person, a person who was known. Went on a whim and made the hire without involving  Assumed that because the person worked for a certain company the person must be good Knew within a 45-day window, the wrong hire Missed clues: a bit of fluff, selling themselves more. Claimed to have done a lot. Exaggerations Marketers commonly take a lot of credit for a lot of company success My post:  https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6999061564083380225/  PROBLEM: Pre-vetting people before they come in for an interview Challenge? 100's of resumes. More does not mean better Select a handful of people who are worth the time to interview Most of the roles the CEO is still involved with Create an efficient system without automation (Smaller companies) Highest quality with the least friction as possible Why is this important to the company? Made some bad hires Time is a premium  personality /cultural fit & skills We Sacrifice lower experience for a better cultural fit Rick's Nuggets: Judgement should not be made on a resume but on the phone screen/Discovery Call. Great resumes don't equal great people High performers are busy making an impact  Great interviewers have had a lot of practice.  Understand Pain, Desire & Impact How do we solve the problem?  Pick the needle from the haystack Prequalification process The application itself Manner in which the resume is submitted -spammer or researched Passionate - learn and know about the company Not job hopping Interested because of a,b & c  Large pool of referrals HR interview Personality & brief technical experience Going through the resume and understanding career history.  Gut check - authentic, a nice person, compassionate & caring, wanting to make a difference,  Technical interview (2 step) Projects, role on projects Tech stack, where are you comfortable, specific technical questions Deep dive into the technical experience with the team lead Decision Yes- move into reference check 30, 60, 90 day review cycle on kpi and goals Rick's Nuggets: Operate from a position of abundance Discovery call Positioning Does the person have a good reason to make a move Does the person truly desire what your company is offering Impact  High performers become passionate about what they have done Dig into the “HOW” and “WHY” to gather evidence Go deeper than 2 layers down to find the TRUTH  Key Takeaways that the Audience can plug into their business today! (Value): Eliminate the noise Trust your intuition- What's the gut feeling? does everything seems to check?  Group Decision: How does everyone feel about the person- team assessment Guest Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paymantaei/ Company: https://www.visme.co/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/visme/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/vismeapp Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vismeapp/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vismeapp YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/VismeApp Host Links:  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rick-girard-07722/ Company: https://www.stridesearch.com/ Podcast: https://www.hirepowerradio.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeEJm9RoCfu8y7AJpaxkxqQ Authored:  "Healing Career Wounds"  https://amzn.to/3tGbtre Startup: www.intertru.ai HireOS® inquiry: rick@stridesearch.com Show Sponsor: www.stridesearch.com www.intertru.ai

Yahoo Sports NFL Podcast
What's up with OBJ, Baker claimed by Rams, Titans fire GM Robinson & is Brandon Staley right for Chargers?

Yahoo Sports NFL Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 65:47


As the 2022 NFL playoffs draw closer, some of the most interesting storylines approaching Week 14 involve a bunch of parties who will not be a part of the on-field action this Sunday. Charles Robinson is joined by Charles McDonald and Jori Epstein to dissect the biggest NFL stories of the week.Kicking things off, the market for free agent WR Odell Beckham, Jr. may be cooling off as reports are that OBJ may not be ready to return to action until at least the first round of the playoffs. Jori reports from her experience inside the Cowboys facility why the front-runners for OBJ may be having second thoughts.Next, the crew talks about the latest on Jimmy Garoppolo's injury in San Francisco, what the pathway to success looks like for Brock Purdy under Kyle Shanahan's system and how Dallas and Philadelphia look just too unstoppable in that conference.Elsewhere in the NFC, the Carolina Panthers shockingly released former first overall pick Baker Mayfield on Monday, giving the QB an opportunity to play the remaining 5 games of the season with another squad before hitting free agency in March. The floundering Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams picked him up Tuesday, and while his status for Thursday night's Rams/Raiders match is in question — what's not in question is that this may be one of Mayfield's last chances to prove himself before entering the Akili Smith/Josh Rosen/Ryan Leaf zone of first-round QB busts.In the AFC, the major news of the week was the Tennessee Titans unexpectedly parting ways with GM Jon Robinson. After 7 straight winning seasons and what's about to be 3 straight AFC South titles under Robinson's management, the crew tries to parse why the Titans made such a bold move mid-season.Finally, McDonald expands upon his recent column about the Los Angeles Chargers, why they're in the middle of another frustratingly average season & if Brandon Staley's coaching mistakes are putting him on the hot seat.0:20 The latest on Odell Beckham, Jr. and why he hasn't signed yet with the Dallas Cowboys or any other organization15:00 Can Kyle Shanahan scheme Brock Purdy into playoff success, or will the Cowboys & Eagles crush the 49ers in the playoffs?23:30 Baker Mayfield's future after being cut by Carolina Panthers, claimed by Los Angeles Rams33:30 Fallout from Tennessee Titans firing GM Jon Robinson in a surprise move45:35 Is Los Angeles Chargers HC Brandon Staley cut out to be a head coach in the NFL?See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Immigration Crisis: The Fight for the Southern Border
6 months after an 18-wheeler tragedy claimed 53 lives, has another body been found?

Immigration Crisis: The Fight for the Southern Border

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 26:51


It was 45 days after the June incident that claimed the lives of 53 immigrants, or so we thought. We speak to the head of a San Antonio non-profit who made the horrific find just feet away from where the 18-wheeler was found. And clashes between Venezuelan migrants and authorities in Juarez. Plus, the end of the capital murder trial of a border patrol agent found guilty of killing sex industry workers in Laredo.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Pro Football Talk Live with Mike Florio
Titans fire GM Jon Robinson + Baker Mayfield claimed by Rams

Pro Football Talk Live with Mike Florio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 57:14


(00:00)  Titans fire GM Jon Robinson but was this a result of AJ Brown's performance on Sunday?(28:00) The Rams claim QB Baker Mayfield off of waivers but will he be ready to go by Thursday?(50:00) Jimmy Garoppolo won't need foot surgery, could return in 7-8 weeks 

Black and White Sports Podcast
Baker Mayfield Claimed By The LA RAMS! May Start Thursday Night?!

Black and White Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 6:29


Baker Mayfield Claimed By The LA RAMS! May Start Thursday Night?! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blackandwhitenetwork/support

OceanFM Ireland
Brothels linked to human trafficking exist in NW region it's claimed

OceanFM Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 4:21


There are concerns that there are brothels located in the North West that are directly linked to human trafficking. Leitrim Cllr Justin Warnock was told investigations are ongoing when he raised the issue at a Joint Policing Committee meeting

Schopp and Bulldog
Will Baker Mayfield get claimed off waivers?

Schopp and Bulldog

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 4:22


Hour 2: Mike and Bulldog discus if they believe Baker Mayfield will be claimed or if he'll become a free agent.

Create with Franz
Episode 121: Does colour affect how we feel - as Kandinski claimed?

Create with Franz

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 26:56


Our daily activities are surrounded by colours. What we eat, wear, touch, see, draw, drink, detest or admire has colour. So how does colour influence our perception on what is good, pleasant and healthy for us and what is not? Could colour hinder our performance or even boost it, make us relax or energise us? In this episode we shall see if it's possible that our perception and mood can be altered by modifing the colour of an object or our environment. This is such a fun topic for me as an artist and designer!

The Jayme & Grayson Podcast
The Independence Ave. bridge claimed another victim, how do we stop this? -HR1

The Jayme & Grayson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 43:26


Institute of Biblical Defense
Ways Jesus Claimed to be God

Institute of Biblical Defense

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 66:00


To say Jesus never claimed to be God is ridiculous.

Dr. Phil Fernandes on SermonAudio
Ways Jesus Claimed to be God

Dr. Phil Fernandes on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 66:00


A new MP3 sermon from Institute of Biblical Defense is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Ways Jesus Claimed to be God Subtitle: Basic Christian Beliefs:2022 Speaker: Dr. Phil Fernandes Broadcaster: Institute of Biblical Defense Event: Sunday Service Date: 11/27/2022 Length: 66 min.

AP Audio Stories
Accountant testifies Trump claimed decade of huge tax losses

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 0:45


AP correspondent Norman Hall reports: Trump-Legal Troubles

The Dark Web Vlogs
Alien Abduction Stories from People Who Claimed to have seen a UFO 1 Hour - TRUE Reddit Alien Stories

The Dark Web Vlogs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 70:40


Alien Abduction Stories from People Who Claimed to have seen a UFO 1 Hour - TRUE Reddit Alien Stories

RTÉ - News at One Podcast
Hutch claimed Kinahans tried to set him up during feud, court hears

RTÉ - News at One Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 4:50


Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports from the Special Criminal Court.

The David Knight Show
22Nov22 GOP Has NO PLANS to Interfere with GreatReset

The David Knight Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 181:48


OUTLINE of today's show with TIMECODESGOP announces what its focus will be. Do YOU think these are the existential issues?2:43US faces possible rail strike after largest union rejects labor deal. Will Congress use its power to stop?10:22California CARB wants to ban older diesel trucks by 2035 those with more than 800,000 miles. Whatever happened to "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle"? Durability is green, but they don't care.18:21What's the lifespan of an EV battery?28:56Gun Control Fail: Colorado shooting was prohibited in MANY ways34:22EFF has collected data to show you the size of the Surveillance State where you live37:27Elon Musk posts sexually suggestive religious meme along with Bible quote to "tempt" Trump43:38"Vox populi, vox dei"? Musk totally clueless about its history51:38 Why does Musk think "Suffer the little children" has something to do with Sandy Hook? Or does he think its about censorship? Does Musk think?55:31Sunny Hostin (The View) claims Jesus would be the Grand Marshal in an LGBT pride parade. How does The View's Jesus compare to the Bible's Jesus?1:00:20Tim Allen's new Disney+ series of “Santa Clauses” has his character wondering why people get angry when you say "Merry Christmas". Then people on Twitter get angry because he said it!1:09:23John Leguizamo says F*** Thanksgiving. Ungrateful, unthankful and completely blinded by his racism1:16:52FDA lawsuit says FDA lied to approve abortion pill. Claimed "pregnancy is a disease" and did NO safety testing. Sound familiar?1:25:37Testimony of GoFundMe shows that everything Trudeau said about the trucker Freedom Convoy fundraiser was a LIE1:38:13China's first Covid-19 death since May: an 87 year old. Six months of locking down multiple cities with tens of millions. Starvation, deprivation for nothing. 1:45:03GOP Congressman says we need a strategy for Ukraine so we don't have another 20 year quagmire. Does he not realize THAT is the strategy?1:58:50The immorality of PREEMPTIVE war and ENDLESS war2:04:30Pentagon fails its FIFTH audit. In a row. They've only done 5 audits2:08:52The best black hole in the universe.2:11:00Here's how UK bypassing sanctions on Russian oil by cheating on their own sanctions.2:17:26Mr. Spock explains the coming ICE AGE, Boldly Going Where No Lie Has Gone Before. How the climate fraud began2:33:20Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it.2:41:04Who invented the 1.5C degree figure in the first place?2:43:53Who is going to administer climate reparation funds?2:49:46The truth about the world's biggest carbon polluters from beginning of industrial revolution in early 1800's until today2:57:14If you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-show Or you can send a donation throughZelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.comCash App at:  $davidknightshowBTC to:  bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7Mail: David Knight POB 994 Kodak, TN 37764Money is only what YOU hold: Go to DavidKnight.gold for great deals on physical gold/silver

The REAL David Knight Show
22Nov22 GOP Has NO PLANS to Interfere with GreatReset

The REAL David Knight Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 181:48


OUTLINE of today's show with TIMECODESGOP announces what its focus will be. Do YOU think these are the existential issues?2:43US faces possible rail strike after largest union rejects labor deal. Will Congress use its power to stop?10:22California CARB wants to ban older diesel trucks by 2035 those with more than 800,000 miles. Whatever happened to "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle"? Durability is green, but they don't care.18:21What's the lifespan of an EV battery?28:56Gun Control Fail: Colorado shooting was prohibited in MANY ways34:22EFF has collected data to show you the size of the Surveillance State where you live37:27Elon Musk posts sexually suggestive religious meme along with Bible quote to "tempt" Trump43:38"Vox populi, vox dei"? Musk totally clueless about its history51:38 Why does Musk think "Suffer the little children" has something to do with Sandy Hook? Or does he think its about censorship? Does Musk think?55:31Sunny Hostin (The View) claims Jesus would be the Grand Marshal in an LGBT pride parade. How does The View's Jesus compare to the Bible's Jesus?1:00:20Tim Allen's new Disney+ series of “Santa Clauses” has his character wondering why people get angry when you say "Merry Christmas". Then people on Twitter get angry because he said it!1:09:23John Leguizamo says F*** Thanksgiving. Ungrateful, unthankful and completely blinded by his racism1:16:52FDA lawsuit says FDA lied to approve abortion pill. Claimed "pregnancy is a disease" and did NO safety testing. Sound familiar?1:25:37Testimony of GoFundMe shows that everything Trudeau said about the trucker Freedom Convoy fundraiser was a LIE1:38:13China's first Covid-19 death since May: an 87 year old. Six months of locking down multiple cities with tens of millions. Starvation, deprivation for nothing. 1:45:03GOP Congressman says we need a strategy for Ukraine so we don't have another 20 year quagmire. Does he not realize THAT is the strategy?1:58:50The immorality of PREEMPTIVE war and ENDLESS war2:04:30Pentagon fails its FIFTH audit. In a row. They've only done 5 audits2:08:52The best black hole in the universe.2:11:00Here's how UK bypassing sanctions on Russian oil by cheating on their own sanctions.2:17:26Mr. Spock explains the coming ICE AGE, Boldly Going Where No Lie Has Gone Before. How the climate fraud began2:33:20Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it.2:41:04Who invented the 1.5C degree figure in the first place?2:43:53Who is going to administer climate reparation funds?2:49:46The truth about the world's biggest carbon polluters from beginning of industrial revolution in early 1800's until today2:57:14If you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-show Or you can send a donation throughZelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.comCash App at:  $davidknightshowBTC to:  bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7Mail: David Knight POB 994 Kodak, TN 37764Money is only what YOU hold: Go to DavidKnight.gold for great deals on physical gold/silver

RTÉ - News at One Podcast
Hutch claimed gardaí did not know men involved in David Byrne murder

RTÉ - News at One Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 6:00


Our Crime Correspondent, Paul Reynolds brings us the latest

The Great America Show with Lou Dobbs
REP. JIM JORDAN SAYS HE WANTS TO KNOW WHY 51 FORMER INTEL OFFICERS FALSELY CLAIMED HUNTER BIDEN'S LAPTOP WAS RUSSIAN DISINFORMATION

The Great America Show with Lou Dobbs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 25:13


That letter became the pretext to suppress the truth about President Biden and his son just days before the 2020 election to select the next President. Treasury Secy. Yellen blocked House Oversight from viewing 148 suspicious activity reports on the Biden enterprises and Congressman Jordan says one of Hunter's emails shows a connection not only with Communist China but with Hunter, Joe and his business endeavors. Joe Biden originally said Hunter did nothing wrong and now the White House says Hunter's business didn't influence the President's decisions. It's suspicious.     GUEST: REP. JIM JORDAN, OHIO

Queen Flow the Podcast
76. How Marissa Lane Claimed Her First $18k Month Inside The Cohort

Queen Flow the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 39:36


Hi angel! If you're new in business and wondering how in the world you can scale to 5 figure months and fast getting paid to be yourself this is the episode to listen to ;). Today I share with you the story of how my client, Spiritual Healer & Soul Navigator Marissa Lane, stepped into her first $18k month inside The Cohort. Not only did she launch and scale her healing business with speed to great success, she grew her existing hair business as well while working less and getting paid more which you know we're here for. So many moms wonder how they can have it all - the business, time with the family, and time for self without getting burnt out and Marissa is living testament that this reality is available to you and it's available now. Enjoy! The High Level Honey Holiday Sale is LIVE! This is your chance to save $1k for a limited time only on the closest proximity containers in my world. Simply head to the enrollment pages and the checkout links reflect sale pricing! The Cohort >> https://www.jocelynkellyreid.com/the-cohort Feminine Magic & Money >> https://www.jocelynkellyreid.com/feminine-magic-money 888 >> https://www.jocelynkellyreid.com/888 Femmepire is also included in the sale. Message Jocelyn on Instagram for details. If you are an existing client and have a credit you are able to apply your credit to sale pricing. DM Jocelyn for your link. Join Money Queen, the iconic self led abundance course that is over 100 women strong! >> https://www.jocelynkellyreid.com/money-queen Rate and review the show, DM your screenshot to me before you but submit and receive $200 off any of my programs! Follow Me: https://www.instagram.com/jocelyn.kelly.reid/ Download my free masterclass on How I Quantum Leaped to $50k Months In the First Year of Business! https://quantumleap.lpages.co/quantum-leap/ Subscribe to my Free Telegram Channel - I am absolutely obsessed with Telegram, and love to voice note all my channeled messages to you and give you fast real time updates https://t.me/jocelynkreid Join my free sisterhood Born To Be a Boss https://www.facebook.com/groups/511848006411418 Connect with Marissa: Website: https://marissalane.net/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marissa22lane/

Girlskill - Female Success. Redefined.
How To Get My Femininity Back? (Success Stories)

Girlskill - Female Success. Redefined.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 49:48


In this episode I talk to three of my clients from the Claimed program where they share how they found about my work, why did they sign up and what results they have been seeing.  Here is what we talk about: #1: How to turning your beliefs around about men stepping up and being providers and protectors can change your life #2: How to start having fun with dating #3: Why it is important to explore the feminine/masculine polarity within you =============================

Life, Death, and Taxonomy
Episode 250 – Common Spotted Cuscus: A Claimed Staked

Life, Death, and Taxonomy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 50:31


“…and today we are talking about an animal that stands for what they believe in. But more on that later.” What do you do when you've saved the last slice of cake but there are other hungry eyes with thoughts of treachery. Anyone with siblings knows that you have to stake your claim quickly. Licking […]

Keep It Weird
Culverts, Cults & Chunky Pumps

Keep It Weird

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 72:45


It's time to get comfy, cozy AND cool with some seriously DARK cults! This week Ashley is BUSY GETTING MARRIED so Lauren is joined by a very special surprise guest-- our resident CULT expert and fashionista- you remember him best from the Queen Mary investigation- TYLER SCHUELKE!  This week Lauren and Tyler have some VERY disturbing, creepy, crawly, sick and twisted CULTS.  Lauren brings us a somewhat well known man, with a possibly less well known cult.  Henry Lee Lucas, also known as The Confession Killer, who CLAIMED to have taken the lives of over 3,000 people was ALSO involved with a cult that... may have never existed?  It's kind of like ANTIFA.. a lot of people have stories to tell.. but theres no... actual.. proof. And Tyler bring us the story of the Cult of the Black Jesus out of Papua New Guinea!  It never had an official name but the leader, Steven Tari, referred to himself as black Jesus.. so what else would we call it?  This monster was a Lutheran bible student who not only said he was Christ, but murdered, raped many women he kept as sex slaves, and was even accused of cannibalism before his grisly end... but I'll let Tyler give you the creepy deets. They wrap up the episode with a really compelling conversation about the value of a show like Netflix's DAHMER but also the cringeworthy-ness of people who treat serial killers like celebrities.

The Glenn Beck Program
The UN Just Claimed It OWNS 'the Science'? | Guest: Blake Masters | 10/3/22

The Glenn Beck Program

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 126:56 Very Popular


Glenn reviews the latest fascistic move made by the World Economic Forum, as Glenn advises his listeners to find a church that will help prepare for the end times. Pat Gray joins Glenn and Stu to discuss the transformation of transportation as green energy takes over. Glenn and Stu review some of Vladimir Putin's recent actions. Glenn compares and contrasts the rhetoric of mainstream Democrats and Republicans and which one more resembles the ideals of America. OPEC is considering cutting oil production, which would cause oil prices to skyrocket. Glenn and Stu discuss social credit scores. U.S. Senate candidate for Arizona Blake Masters joins to discuss what's at stake as the midterms get closer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Breakfast Club
DONKEY OF THE DAY: Ohio Man Claimed To Be Ghanaian Prince Convicted Of Fraud

The Breakfast Club

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 4:44


Ohio Man Claimed To Be Ghanaian Prince Convicted Of FraudSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.