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Recap:January 16, 2022Join hosts Tony Moore, Michael Mattes, Justin Hareld, and Araceli Aviles, as they recap episodes of Days of Our Lives from the week of January 10-14, 2022. This week on Dishin' Days, JoDevil blows up Johnny's marriage, then takes steps to remove EJ from the picture. Also, a brokenhearted Chanel leans on Allie in a major way, Ava makes a move against Rafe, and Kristen realizes she needs to stay a step ahead of Steve and Kayla. Special guests Dan Feuerriegel and Carson Boatman (EJ and Johnny Dimera) pop into Dishin' Days to discuss the dramatic developments for the father and son now that the Devil is in full control. Be sure to follow us on all social media platforms: Facebook: DishinDaysShowInstagram: @dishindaysTwitter: _dishindays Buy Our Merch: www.dishindays.threadless.com
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People with vision that is truly from God have an uncommon depth to them. Their spirit is resilient, reassuring, and refreshing. 5. While others dwell on the giants of life and fall by the way, Calebs dwell on the mountains of promise and keep going. 6. Obtaining the mountain God has for us will involve waiting on God, wading through problems, and wanting it more than anything else. 7. When our want for what God wants for us increases, our want for what we want for us decreases. 8. There is no price too great for a reward that is far greater 1. HE WAS NOT DEFEATED OR DISCOURAGED BY WHAT OTHERS THOUGHT OF HIM I enjoy considering the meaning of names as I study; at times, especially in the Old Testament, they can reveal something to us about the person. The name Caleb does not reveal the character of this man, but may be an insight into some of the obstacles he faced. Caleb literally means “dog.” One scholar says it means “raging with canine madness.” In our vernacular, I think we would say Caleb was a “pit bull.” The truth is that though Caleb was of the tribe of Judah, he was from a clan in Judah that had a lower culture and a poor reputation. Notice his father was Jephunneh the Kenezite. This was a wild clan that lived as much amongst the Edomites as the Hebrews. They were not a well-thought-of group. My point is simply this: Caleb was not probably the best educated, nor was he the most cultured man, nor did he come from the royal folk; but he did have a heart for God. He was not going to let his education, his culture, or his family history stop him from being all he could be for God. He became a “pit bull” for God. No giant, no negative Hebrew could stop his zeal for serving the Lord. 2. HE REFUSED TO BE INFLUENCED BY THE NEGATIVE MAJORITY And Caleb stilled the people before Moses, and said, Let us go up at once, and possess it; for we are well able to overcome it.—Numbers 13:30 When ten of the twelve spies brought an evil, negative report, Caleb spoke in opposition to them and in favor of entering and conquering Canaan. How easy it would have been for him to just blend in. He could have let those articulate ten princes have their say and just nod in agreement. Why should he choose to go against such an influential crowd? Because the crowd was wrong! Caleb was not going to remain silent while the majority was doubting and disobeying God. Thank God that Caleb was willing to take a stand for what was right even when that stand was unpopular. 3. HE REMAINED STEADFAST THROUGHOUT HIS LIFETIME Caleb said the Lord had kept him alive for forty-five years from that fateful day when the majority ruled. For forty-five years, Caleb had wandered in the wilderness through no fault of his own. He suffered the same hardships and trials as those who had disobeyed God. Yet, his zeal to serve the Lord had not waned. Our generation needs to learn the steadfastness of Caleb. I am told that the average time a person is passionate to serve God in our churches is three years. May God help us to have the spirit of Caleb to passionately serve Him all the days of our lives. Dr. John Rawlings played such a vital role in leading me to Christ and in encouraging me as a young pastor. He was a man who possessed an unflagging spirit. I will never forget as I visited with him when he was ninety-six years old, and he showed me his ten-year ministry plan. When he went to Heaven at ninety-nine years old, he was still planning and serving. God help us to be committed to serve until our last day! Age may require changes in the work of our ministry, but it never supplies a reason to quit serving. 4. HE DID NOT LET OBSTACLES KEEP HIM FROM THE FIGHT AND, ULTIMATELY, THE VICTORY Joshua 15:13–19 tells how Caleb organized his family to fight the enemy and take the mountain, the walled city, and overcome the giants. Everything in life that is worth accomplishing has obstacles. But knowing God's will allows obstacles to become opportunities for Him to work through us. May God give us the spirit of Caleb. There is still so much to be done and more mountains to conquer!
TVC 563.5: Ed welcomes Bill Hayes and Susan Seaforth Hayes, the legendary stars of NBC's Days of Our Lives and daytime TV's first supercouple. Bill and Susan recently launched SoapOperaSecrets.com, a free website that not only reveals some of their many secrets for a happy, fulfilling, long lasting, and loving relationship, but features clips of Bill and Susan (as Doug and Julie) illustrating the principles of each of their secrets. Sign up for the email list at SoapOperaSecrets.com and you will receive an automatic update whenever a new secret is posted. Bill Hayes and Susan Seaforth Hayes can also be seen in World By the Tail: The Bill Hayes Story, an excellent documentary that you can enjoy for free at BillHayesMovie.com. World By The Tail provides a detailed look at Bill's life and career before he met Susan on Days of Our Lives (which includes starring on Your Show of Shows and other music variety shows in the days of live television; starring in many Broadway productions; and the story of his gold record, “The Ballad of Davy Crockett”), while the second half of the film is devoted to Bill's life with Susan on and off camera over the past fifty years, and the story of how their characters on Days on Our Lives changed during that time. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential has partnered with AdvertiseCast to handle advertising/sponsorship requests for the podcast edition of our program. They're great to work with and will help you advertise on our show. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or click the link below to get started: https://www.advertisecast.com/TVConfidentialAradiotalkshowabout Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On the first Daytime Confidential podcast of 2022 Luke Kerr, Mike Jubinville, Jillian Bowe and Joshua Baldwin dive into the latest The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of Our Lives, General Hospital and The Young and the Restless headlines and storylines, including: What they enjoyed most about the soaps during the podcast hiatus and what they are looking forward to in soaps in 2022. All this and more on the latest Daytime Confidential podcast! Twitter: @DCConfidential, @Luke_Kerr, @Mike Jubinville, @JillianBowe, Josh Baldwin and Carly Silver. Facebook: Daytime Confidential Subscribe to Daytime Confidential on iTunes, Google Play, and Spotify.
Join hosts Tony Moore, Michael Mattes, Justin Hareld, and Araceli Aviles, as they recap episodes of Days of Our Lives from the week of January 3-7, 2022. This week on Dishin' Days, JoDevil made his New Year debut, Jack and Jennifer made amends with a paranoid Gwen before leaving town, while Xander teamed up with Abigail to find Sarah. As Ava plotted her revenge on Rafe and Nicole, Chad was forced to admit his part in the setup against EJ to Kate. Be sure to follow us on all social media platforms: Facebook: DishinDaysShowInstagram: @dishindaysTwitter: _dishindays Buy Our Merch: www.dishindays.threadless.com
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Friday, 31 December 2021 Yes, and all the prophets, from Samuel and those who follow, as many as have spoken, have also foretold these days. Acts 3:24 In the previous two verses, Peter has spoken out the words of Moses concerning the “Prophet like me” that he had mentioned in Deuteronomy 18. But the word concerning Christ didn't begin there, as noted in verse 3:21 where Peter referenced “all His holy prophets since the world began.” Nor did it end with Moses either. Rather, Moses spoke of prophets that would arise in Deuteronomy 18 as well – But the prophet who presumes to speak a word in My name, which I have not commanded him to speak, or who speaks in the name of other gods, that prophet shall die.' 21 And if you say in your heart, ‘How shall we know the word which the Lord has not spoken?'— 22 when a prophet speaks in the name of the Lord, if the thing does not happen or come to pass, that is the thing which the Lord has not spoken; the prophet has spoken it presumptuously; you shall not be afraid of him. Deuteronomy 18:20-22 The implication of Moses' words is not that there will only be false prophets, but there will be true prophets, but that the false prophets must be identified and weeded out. With this understanding, Peter begins this verse with, “Yes, and all the prophets.” In Scripture, the word “all” does not necessarily have to mean “all” in the absolute sense. For example, in Matthew 3, it says – “Now John himself was clothed in camel's hair, with a leather belt around his waist; and his food was locusts and wild honey. 5 Then Jerusalem, all Judea, and all the region around the Jordan went out to him 6 and were baptized by him in the Jordan, confessing their sins.” Matthew 3:4-6 However, in Luke 7, it says – “And when all the people heard Him, even the tax collectors justified God, having been baptized with the baptism of John. 30 But the Pharisees and lawyers rejected the will of God for themselves, not having been baptized by him.” Luke 7:29, 30 Thus, not every prophet is necessarily referred to here. It simply speaks of a unified message from the office of the true prophet. And that includes “from Samuel and those who follow.” Peter specifically mentions Samuel, and yet prophets were noted between the time of Moses and Samuel, such as in Judges 4:4 and 6:8. In 1 Samuel 2:27-36, a person – though not specifically called a prophet – carried the word of the Lord to Eli the high priest. It can even be inferred that Eli the high priest heard and knew the word of the Lord from 1 Samuel 3:9. However, the office of prophets took on a rather distinct nature at the time of Samuel where groups of prophets are recorded together. Further, the distinct nature of Samuel's prophetic office is noted in Psalm 99 – “Moses and Aaron were among His priests, And Samuel was among those who called upon His name; They called upon the Lord, and He answered them.” Psalm 99:6 Of this office of prophet, of which Samuel is noted as the chief example, Peter next says, “as many as have spoken.” These words have to be considered in a limited sense. First, not all of the words of a prophet were words of prophecy. Some prophets only spoke a limited number of words of prophecy from the Lord in their lives, such as king Saul (1 Samuel 10:11). Some prophets spoke the word of the Lord, but only the substance of their words – without any specifics – are recorded in Scripture (see Jeremiah 26:20-23). Therefore, what Peter is saying is that there is a general tenor of the prophetic word of the Lord that is conveyed which ultimately points to something specific, and that is that they “have also foretold these days.” This is speaking of the promise of the coming Christ and of that which is involved in His coming – a New Covenant, the rejection of Him by His people, the inclusion of Gentiles in the work of the Messiah, the regathering of His people to the land of Israel, a future tribulation, a glorious messianic kingdom, and so on. The prophets spoke forth words of the events surrounding the coming of Christ, sometimes in typology, sometimes in veiled terms, sometimes in generalities, and sometimes in explicit words. Jesus referred to this after His resurrection – “Then He said to them, ‘O foolish ones, and slow of heart to believe in all that the prophets have spoken! 26 Ought not the Christ to have suffered these things and to enter into His glory?' 27 And beginning at Moses and all the Prophets, He expounded to them in all the Scriptures the things concerning Himself.” Luke 24:25-27 As far as Samuel and him being given as the chief example of this class of people, it should be noted that even his mother spoke forth words of prophecy at the time she dedicated him to the Lord. In her words, she specifically notes the coming of Israel's king at a time when there were no kings, and then refers to the Lord's Messiah (anointed) – “The adversaries of the Lord shall be broken in pieces; From heaven He will thunder against them. The Lord will judge the ends of the earth. ‘He will give strength to His king, And exalt the horn of His anointed.'” 1 Samuel 2:10 Likewise, though not through Samuel directly, the words of the book ascribed to him explicitly speak of the establishment and eternal nature of the Davidic line of kings, an obvious reference to the coming of Christ – “When your days are fulfilled and you rest with your fathers, I will set up your seed after you, who will come from your body, and I will establish his kingdom. 13 He shall build a house for My name, and I will establish the throne of his kingdom forever. 14 I will be his Father, and he shall be My son. If he commits iniquity, I will chasten him with the rod of men and with the blows of the sons of men.” 2 Samuel 7:12-14 Thus, Peter's words to the men of Israel were clearly understood and carried with them the note of certainty that the prophetic utterances given to the people of Israel were intended to lead them to the times in which Christ would come. He is the central point and intent of off prophecy, whether it directly speaks of Him or not. As it says in Revelation 19:10, “For the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy.” Life application: In the main commentary, Jeremiah 26:20-23 was referenced – “Now there was also a man who prophesied in the name of the Lord, Urijah the son of Shemaiah of Kirjath Jearim, who prophesied against this city and against this land according to all the words of Jeremiah. 21 And when Jehoiakim the king, with all his mighty men and all the princes, heard his words, the king sought to put him to death; but when Urijah heard it, he was afraid and fled, and went to Egypt. 22 Then Jehoiakim the king sent men to Egypt: Elnathan the son of Achbor, and other men who went with him to Egypt. 23 And they brought Urijah from Egypt and brought him to Jehoiakim the king, who killed him with the sword and cast his dead body into the graves of the common people.” Though seemingly unnecessary to the biblical narrative, the words are actually key in understanding exactly what Peter is referring to in his words. Israel is being told that they have been guided by the warnings of the prophets all along. And it isn't just the spoken words that were recorded in Scripture that were guiding them. Rather, prophets – both true and false – were speaking to the people. The true were to be heeded; the false were to be destroyed. But the testimony in Scripture is that quite often the false were exalted and the true were destroyed. As such, the very existence of these people – whether recorded in Scripture or not – was a guiding factor in the nation as it led towards punishment, exile, return to the land, and so on. And all of these things were leading the nation to the time when Messiah would come. Everything about the nation of Israel was being geared for this one main purpose. Therefore, when we read the history leading up to Israel, in the nation of Israel, or even of the alignment of nations that align with or come against Israel, we are seeing the unfolding of God's workings within humanity in order to bring about the fulfillment of His plan for humanity. As such, when we read Scripture, let us consider this. This book lays down the outline of everything that is needed for us to understand everything God wants us to know concerning His redemptive process within the stream of time and human existence. In our hands, we are holding the precious and sacred treasure which is THE WORD OF GOD. Let us handle it wisely and never fail to be careful with its sacred contents. Lord God, help us to be responsible with our time, vigilant in our walk before You, and ever-so careful with how we treat the precious words of life that are revealed in Your Holy Bible. May we seek out its treasures all the days of our lives. Give us wisdom in Your word, O God. Amen.
Kevin Spirtas (kevinspirtas.com)(IG:@kevinspirtas) is most recognized around the world as Dr. Craig Wesley from NBC's Daytime Drama: Days of Our Lives, and the cult classic film sequels: Friday the 13th – Part VII: The New Blood, and Wes Craven's: The Hills Have Eyes – Part II, in 2008 the 30-year acting veteran produced the NY Shakespeare Festival reading-presentation of Don Cummings': A Good Smoke, starring Academy Award winning actress, Meryl Streep, and directed by Tony Award winning director, Pam McKinnon. Shortly thereafter in 2009, Spirtas made his debut as a Broadway producer on the critically acclaimed revival of Finian's Rainbow, and in 2012 he co-produced the hit Broadway musical: Priscilla…Queen of the Desert. In 2014, after running into Days Of Our Lives alum, the late, Michael Slade in a New York gym, the two set out to create the critically acclaimed, 6 x Emmy Award Winning Digital Drama Series: After Forever, In 2019 After Forever – Season 1 made history by becoming the most Emmy-awarded LGBTQ-themed drama series on any platform and Spirtas received an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Digital Drama, along with 3 additional Emmys that he shares with Slade for Outstanding Digital Drama Series 2019 and Outstanding Writing Team for a Digital Drama 2019 and 2020. Spirtas played his DAYS character opposite Matt LeBlanc's Dr. Drake Ramory on FRIENDS: The One That Could Have Been- Part 1. Spirtas won the 2016 Indie Series Award for Best Actor in a drama, (of which he also earned an Emmy nomination) for his role as Dominic Delacorte on the digital drama series: Winterthorne. Some of Spirtas' Broadway credits include: A Chorus Line, Meet Me In St. Louis, and Hairspray, and The Boy From Oz (Stand-by for Hugh Jackman).
What are the days of our lives, if not the passing of time into tomorrow? The moments here and now are stolen away and buried under all that will be, cast long like a shadow of the future. That darkened image sketched before me, mirroring back my movements, copying my arm waves and leg shuffles—it grows the darkest in December. Always black as the evening tide in the ides of December. I hate the twelfth month of the year, when everything’s rounded out and times tick down and everyone’s busy as the bees in spring. But it’s winter, it’s hibernation time, ice-time, time to batten down the hatches and cradle in warm, fire-lit living rooms with people we know, filling up on their chuckles like melted marshmallows in a mug of hot cocoa. Always so warm and willing and it’s December, the worst month of the year.I shouldn’t be surprised. The calendar rolls out like an ancient scroll every year, the same months following one after another. I shouldn’t be surprised when November ends and December punches the ticket for thirty-one days to come. It always has. It’s the bookend, the capper, the final act of the play, the anticlimactic climax of two-thousand twenty-one just as it was in twenty-twenty, and all the gatherings of days before. I shouldn’t be surprised. But for some reason I always am, always struck by the mood of winter, the emotions of slumber. When dopamine finds itself in hibernation, leagues away from the meat of my mind. I wake up in December like counting to twelve, and am stunned that I made it all this way. All the way up the rungs to twelve, just like I did every other year. Still caught off guard, ignorantly off guard, still wondering why I can’t manage the melting enigma behind my eyes. It’s seasonal. And we’re here in December and I’m always dazed.December’s a big pharma commercial. The ones we see on television while we watch “Christmas Special” football—this year it’s my green men, my Packers, versus the Browns. We won. It was too close, an ugly victory. And the commercials reel like fast-jargoned cinema. It’s hard to keep up and the small print is so small the pixels deflate when you step a little closer. It’s so lovely, though. Two grandparents, pacing through a meadow, hand-in-hand. They smile and sheen their pearly whites at each other, a kiss on the cheek, the woman rests her head on the collar bone of the man. It’s a snapshot of days to come, future days. Floating through love and life like the kitschy family room signs plastered up above entryways—live, laugh, love it all. They sure are in this forty-five second ad run. The screen shifts to a family, dancing around the holiday tree, lights blipping and beaming bright and it’s all slow motion and perfect. Their teeth are all so perfect, lined up and whitened up and spotlighting the aftereffects of December. The parts we all live for, the times we all pray, eat, drink, and hope for.But December’s big pharma, it still lists its attributes to me and every year I forget what the coked-out auctioneer voice raced through as side effects of ingesting the twelfth month of the year. Short days, a low sun, cold temperatures, and holiday extremes may have secondaries including mellow moods, depression, existential anxiety, feelings of hopelessness, invisibility, and a disconnect from the world around you. You may also consider wrapping your car around the nearest telephone pole once every third car ride downtown, but results may vary. If you are pregnant or at risk of heart failure, please consult Father Time before ingesting the twelfth month of the year. It’s a doozy. Do all the consulting you want, you can’t out run, out hibernate, out navigate the onslaught of December. I still try.It’s a month of extremes, a span of double-living. Either lost in the emotional sauce of another year passing you by, or flipped one-eighty and hugging and kissing and sitting with family and telling tales of the last three-hundred-sixty-four days. There’s scarcely time for anything in between. It’s all chaotic and whimsied and experience tries its hardest to live up to expectation, but it often falls short and I wonder if expectation is the root of all evil. The happy-juice brain robber, the self-convincing conman. But that’s just big pharma December—telling you that every day will be flowers and bliss, while most the month is dark and surprisingly hopeless. Maybe that’s why they smushed Christmas into the last month of the year. It needed a little lightening up, it was taking itself too seriously. They gave December a prescription of its own. Here, take a baby Jesus for your troubles.And it’s not all bad. It ends just like every other space of days. Memories are a fickle thing; they inform decisions and warm up current moments when you’re around the ones you shared them with. So potent that we live entire lifetimes dedicated toward trying to make it all happen for fear of missing out. The absolute fear of missing out. But what is life, if not but the passing of time into tomorrow? What are moments, if not the ones you are living? I was given a new journal for Christmas. It’s leather-backed—real animal hide, you can smell it—and the pages feel like canvas. As looks and vibes go, this one tops the list. On the front there’s a quote stamped deep into the faded chestnut leather. It reads, “Be happy for this moment. This moment is your life.” That was spoken by Omar Khayyam, a Persian mathematician and philosopher who lived almost a thousand years ago. And I read that and I wonder how someone could ever be so spot on.We are ruined by the future. Destroyed by the past. But the present is as blank as the canvas pages in my new journal. December is black and shadowed, and that’s fine. December has shorter days than most the year. The sun hides away, it’s cold, and the year ends and you remember how little or much you did or didn’t do over the last eleven months. You see a new year horizon-lining and recall that you’re about to start three-hundred and sixty-five days over again. And again. And again. And that’s fine. December is just December, and it seems to me that if this moment is my life, then this month isn’t that different from the rest of ‘em.Subscribe to Bedletter: https://bedletter.substack.com/welcomeFollow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/cashliman Get full access to Bedletter with Christian Ashliman at bedletter.substack.com/subscribe
Tuesday, 28 December 2021 whom heaven must receive until the times of restoration of all things, which God has spoken by the mouth of all His holy prophets since the world began. Acts 3:21 Peter has asked the men of Israel to repent and be converted so that “times of refreshing may come from the presence of the Lord.” Further, he told them that the Lord would send Jesus Christ. Now he explains when this will happen, beginning with the words, “whom heaven must receive.” The Greek word is dechomai. Helps word studies notes that “The personal element is emphasized ... which accounts for it always being in the Greek middle voice. This stresses the high level of self-involvement (interest) involved with the ‘welcoming-receiving.'” Further, Charles Ellicott says, “The words have a pregnant force: ‘must receive and keep.'” Christ Jesus has been received into heaven, welcomed from His time of service on the earth. And He will remain there “until the times of restoration of all things.” The Greek word translated as “restoration” refers not only to the rule of the Lord in a true theocracy, but in a condition suitable for that rule. This means that even the physical earth will be restored to a more perfect condition. Some say it will be like the earth before the fall. This may be true to some extent, but there will still be a problem with man's relationship with God and those born at that time will still be susceptible to death. This is found in various Old Testament passages. Three will be cited of this thousand-year epoch to get the idea of where things are marvelous, but are still not perfect – “No more shall an infant from there live but a few days, Nor an old man who has not fulfilled his days; For the child shall die one hundred years old, But the sinner being one hundred years old shall be accursed. 21 They shall build houses and inhabit them; They shall plant vineyards and eat their fruit. 22 They shall not build and another inhabit; They shall not plant and another eat; For as the days of a tree, so shall be the days of My people, And My elect shall long enjoy the work of their hands. 23 They shall not labor in vain, Nor bring forth children for trouble; For they shall be the descendants of the blessed of the Lord, And their offspring with them.” Isaiah 65:20-23 Despite men living to extremely old ages (as the days of a tree), something seen before the flood of Noah, Isaiah notes that there will still be death. Further... “And it shall come to pass that everyone who is left of all the nations which came against Jerusalem shall go up from year to year to worship the King, the Lord of hosts, and to keep the Feast of Tabernacles. 17 And it shall be that whichever of the families of the earth do not come up to Jerusalem to worship the King, the Lord of hosts, on them there will be no rain. 18 If the family of Egypt will not come up and enter in, they shall have no rain; they shall receive the plague with which the Lord strikes the nations who do not come up to keep the Feast of Tabernacles. 19 This shall be the punishment of Egypt and the punishment of all the nations that do not come up to keep the Feast of Tabernacles.” Zechariah 14:16-19 Zechariah's words show that there is anticipated rebellion by the nations, refusing to honor the King, the Lord of hosts. And more... “Now when the thousand years have expired, Satan will be released from his prison 8 and will go out to deceive the nations which are in the four corners of the earth, Gog and Magog, to gather them together to battle, whose number is as the sand of the sea. 9 They went up on the breadth of the earth and surrounded the camp of the saints and the beloved city. And fire came down from God out of heaven and devoured them. 10 The devil, who deceived them, was cast into the lake of fire and brimstone where the beast and the false prophet are. And they will be tormented day and night forever and ever.” Revelation 20:7-10 Revelation shows that there will be the desire for rebellion and war in the hearts of men. Eventually, a large-scale rebellion against the Lord and His people will occur. These show us that the “restoration of all things” is more in line with the pre-flood world than it is with the pre-fall world. Unlike the pre-flood world, though, its defining character is that righteousness will be more prevalent than sin. Genesis 6 shows how desperately wicked man on earth became. On the other hand, with the messianic rule, man will be guided to (for the most part) make right moral choices and to live in a manner honoring of the Lord. Peter, citing Isaiah, will refer to this epoch of time later in his second epistle – “But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night, in which the heavens will pass away with a great noise, and the elements will melt with fervent heat; both the earth and the works that are in it will be burned up. 11 Therefore, since all these things will be dissolved, what manner of persons ought you to be in holy conduct and godliness, 12 looking for and hastening the coming of the day of God, because of which the heavens will be dissolved, being on fire, and the elements will melt with fervent heat? 13 Nevertheless we, according to His promise, look for new heavens and a new earth in which righteousness dwells.” 2 Peter 3:10-13 It will be this time of long life and one dominant ruling government under the Lord that Peter speaks of now to the men of Israel. Of this, he next says, “which God has spoken.” The words signify divine inspiration. It is what Peter will also refer to in his second epistle – “And so we have the prophetic word confirmed, which you do well to heed as a light that shines in a dark place, until the day dawns and the morning star rises in your hearts; 20 knowing this first, that no prophecy of Scripture is of any private interpretation, 21 for prophecy never came by the will of man, but holy men of God spoke as they were moved by the Holy Spirit.” 2 Peter 1:19-21 God speaks, His words foretell, and what He says will come to pass. But His words are conveyed through men. Israel understood this because they were the people who kept these oracles of God. As such, Peter continues with, “by the mouth of all His holy prophets.” This does not mean that all of the prophets spoke of this future period. Rather, it means that there is a united message from God that is conveyed by His true prophets. Their message is one because God is One. What God speaks through His many prophets is, therefore, a reliable testimony of what He has done, is doing, and will continue to do throughout all of redemptive history. And that message is ultimately given for one overarching purpose which is to reveal Himself through the Person of Jesus Christ. This consistent message of prophecy has occurred “since the world began.” The Greek reads “from the age.” It signifies from the earliest point. God spoke the universe into existence, and yet John 1 says that the Word was there at the beginning with God. It says that all things were made through Him. Thus, even though those words were penned long after they occurred, both Moses and John spoke of things concerning the very beginning. Everything about the creation account ultimately points to God's work in Christ. When evaluated from that perspective, the words come alive as to why the Lord had them recorded in His word. Further, Moses records the words of the Lord of Genesis 3:15, the first explicit prophecy concerning the coming of Christ known as the protoevangelium – “And I will put enmity Between you and the woman, And between your seed and her Seed; He shall bruise your head, And you shall bruise His heel.” Everything in the word is given through God's prophets to lead us to this wonderful understanding of God's workings in and through His Messiah, Jesus. Life application: When reading the Bible, we should continuously ask ourselves why God used the specific words and stories. In our asking, we should question how these things point to Christ. When we discover the answer, the narrative comes alive in an entirely new way. However, we have to be extremely careful to never insert our ideas into the Bible. It is very easy to decide a passage means what we want it to mean. That is not a healthy way of reviewing Scripture. Rather let us evaluate what is presented and compare it with the rest of Scripture in order to form a sound picture of the typology God is presenting. Otherwise, we can find ourselves making anything say anything. This is not honoring of God and of His precious word. Lord God, thank You for the wonderful gift You have presented to us in the pages of Scripture. It is a wonder, a marvel, and a treasure. Prompt us, O God, to open it and seek out its secrets all the days of our lives. Thank You for Your majestic and superior word! Amen.
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My Perfect Christmas I told you so. I suspect a few of my regular listeners didn't believe me when I said I'd be back to Funny Messy Life after a brief hiatus, but here I am. I've been gone for a few weeks because it's hard to find the time to write out full episodes of this podcast when there are other things that I have to do in place of it, like editing the final draft of a novel, which is what has been going on with this last break. But every break has to come to an end at some point, and while I'm not done with editing Mr. Long Said Nothing because my life is too full with obligations, I've been thinking it's time to get back in the podcast saddle. The question was this: Should I jump on back in now, or give myself the rest of the year and jump back in at the beginning of 2022? I mean, it's only about a week now, right? Then something happened. I received a Christmas card from my friends, the ________, in Minnesota and my heart soared. By the way, _________, I wanted to send you an email to thank you, but I got a fancy pants new iPhone and in the data transfer, I lost your info, so drop me your email address if you don't mind. Anyway, I decided that if someone who knows me through this podcast feels strongly enough to send me a card, then maybe others of you do too … just maybe not as much as the __________'s because they put that they were my biggest fans right there on the envelope, so …… SO! - without further ado, I'm Michael Blackston and Merry Christmas! Here is the first episode back after my hiatus, and now I present to you, for your holiday pleasure, a few words that describe what I think would be the perfect Christmas in my Funny Messy Life. _________________________ Let us start by jingling all the way back to my childhood in the 1970's and 80's to get the family Christmas tree. In. my extended family, we had a tradition. We always met at my grandma's house on Sunday afternoons for lunch and a few hours of fellowship. The grownups gathered around the kitchen table after the meal, while the kids were expected to go outside and frolick merrily around the property, regardless of whether or not it was 20 degrees, or 150. If it was 150, we came back in at the end of the day with sweaty, gritty dirt lines circling the perimeters of our necks. I may have mentioned before that we called these rings of grime and funk, Granny Beads. If it was twenty degrees outside, we'd still have them, but they'd be frozen into magical frozen filth beads. Either way, the adults would inevitably tell us at the end of the day, after being the very ones to banish us to the hours long whimsy of nature, Y'all smell like the outside! But every year a couple of weeks before Christmas, it was the entire family who got to smell like the outside. Why? Because it was our tradition for everybody to march into the woods together and pick out our Christmas trees from the wild cedars that grew behind Grandma's house. The men took up their saws, we kids ran untethered through the forest like we didn't have no good raisin', and the women kept a keen eye out for the perfect tree when they weren't yelling at us kids. “Quit runnin' around like y'all ain't got no good raisin'!” Every once in a while, one of the young ones would find a tree we wanted to take home. “Let's git thissun, Deddie!” But it was never the right one. It usually had a huge bare spot in the middle, or the top looked like the Jolly Green Giant had used it to scrape the granny beads out of the creases on his jolly green neck. Eventually, the angels would descent, shining a holy light on the perfect tree, and the man who claimed it would begin the arduous task of cussing it down. Did I say cussing it down? Ha ha, no. Of course not. I meant cutting it down with interesting, and quite colorful words as a way to encourage the saw to stop getting stuck in the sap midway through. Once we got the tree home and decorated, the house smelled delightfully of cedar and burning cedar needles as back in those days we thought nothing of stringing a dead tree with huge glass bulbs that got hotter than Satan's armpit. In effect, our house smelt like th'outside! And that's number one on my list of things that would make a perfect Christmas - going outback of Grandma's house with the family just one more time to pick out the Christmas tree. Next, I think I would want the family to gather again a couple of weeks before Christmas at an old southern restaurant that no longer exists, except in our fond memories. I'm not sure who first came up with the idea of everybody going to Swamp Guinea (prounounced SWOMP' - ginny), but they are responsible for some wonderful memories. It became another extended family tradition, and I suspect maybe my Grandpa started it all. Swamp Guinea was an wood cabin sort of place that smelled of fried everything and sweet tea. It was an all-you-can-eat family style gorge-fest where our family met to tear into chicken, shrimp, catfish, hush puppies, cole slaw, and stew like we didn't have no good raisin'. The place is closed now, and this year we tried to re-imagine the tradition with a trip to another similar place called Booty's. I didn't care for it, but we were all together and that's what was important. Well, Grandma wasn't with us for the first time, so I guess that might have had something to do with it not being the same. The thing is, the stew I just mentioned would also always make an appearance at our Christmas Eve gathering. Someone would order a pot of Swamp Guinea stew and bring a loaf of bread to the table. Lately the stew was from a different place, and it's good, but it's not Swamp Guinea. At least we were all together at Grandma's. So for number two, I think just one more meal with the family at Swamp Guinea would help make the perfect Christmas. Stepping back to the tree situation, one of my favorite memories of Christmas was always the family decorating the tree in the middle of Grandma and Grandpa's living room. The box with all the ornaments would be brought in and everyone would be invited to find the ball with their name on it. I think my sister might have started this event years ago because she'd seen them doing on Days Of Our Lives, but it stuck and it became ours as well. The kids hung theirs as high up as they could go, while the teens fought for position at the topmost point of the tree. One of my cousins would never be outdone and to this day, the tree's topmost ornament bears the name, Chuck. It's there again this year, except the tree was brought to my aunt's house because the house we've always known as Grandma's has been sold. New places, new traditions. Never quite the same. Grandma and Grandpa would sit back and watch the crowd laughing and being jolly as we decorated the tree, sometimes so loud it seemed we didn't have no good raisin', and they said few words. They just took it all in. And that's number three for me in my ideal description of the perfect Christmas. Then there's Christmas Eve. After the meal that included all the trimmings, including the stew, we would all retire to the living room to open presents. The kids would have been begging to get to this part for a while now, and having digested, the adults would relent. At that point, a couple of people would be appointed to pass them out from the enormous pile under the tree and the fun would start with everyone ripping up paper and throwing bows into the air with reckless abandon, as if they didn't have no good raisin'. Someone always ended up with a bow on their head, showing it off to everyone like it was the first time anyone had ever thought of it. A lot of time that person has been me. There are a couple of gag gifts that have made their rounds over the years: an old coat that no one wants, and two plastic guitar-shaped popcorn … things with Elvis on the label. These gifts must be kept and regifted the next year. Every year, someone dares someone else to eat the popcorn and we laugh. Once again, the Grandparents, ,and for several years, only Grandma, sat and watched and got showered with gifts, but said little. This was their gift - to see the family they created share a wonderful time. I suspect this description matches a lot of others around the world in cultures that celebrate Christmas, but each one will have their special little things that make it unique to that family. Ours will be different this year. Grandma passed this year and like I said, the house was sold. It's funny, I always call it Grandma's house, but there was Grandpa, too, until he passed. That was his way, though. To quietly sit in the background and enjoy watching the rest of us. When I think back on it, I can still see the look on his face, the slightest upward curl the edges of his mouth, and the twinkle in his eye as his family lived their lives in front of him. That's what he always worked toward. It was his greatest mission - to provide those moments for the rest of us. In the end, it became Grandma's mantle to sit back and watch. The older she got, the less she would say as she sat at the side table in Sundays in the kitchen while the rest of us talked and laughed, and on a rare occasions, argued. I felt bad for her sometimes and didn't want her to feel left out, so I'd ask her … “You okay over there, Grandma?” She would smile and say, “I'm just listening to y'all.” Coming in at number four, one more Christmas with Grandma and Grandpa at their house on the Washington Highway. I want to pull in one more time and see the lone tree out front lit with bright, multicolored lights. I want my headlights to shine just one more time on a sign out front by the road that read, Joseph Mills Photograghy. I want to walk inside and immediately hear gales of laughter and smell the stew. And I want my hug. God, I miss my hug. It's all different now, and I'm settled that the only choice we have is to continue to love, laugh, and live. In those moments, we will usher in new traditions and the world will, as it always has, move on. There are a bunch of other things that would help put the perfect season pin to the season, but this year, these feel like they rank at the top for me. Maybe I'll revisit this list and add to it another time, but for now, it's where it ought to be. As for my Christian brothers and sisters who might ask, Where was Christ in all of this? You never mentioned Christ. I didn't have to. He was always there. He was there when Grandpa and Grandma eloped to be married at 16. He was there at the birth of each of their three daughters, and subsequently every grandchild as the family grew. And Christ was at the very center of every celebration, every tradition, and every memory we made. And now, I guess he's with them in Heaven, three of them holding hands together and smiling, watching with maybe few words, as we continue to live our lives in front of them.
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All of us face difficult days..days of trouble,struggle, unhappiness or pain. However, please note thst God sees our discomforts and He understands. He promises us goodness and mercy all the days of our lives. Let us remember that the sweetest experience of God's love can be found in times of discomfort as God comforts us during our difficult days.
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Wednesday, 22 December 2021 and killed the Prince of life, whom God raised from the dead, of which we are witnesses. Acts 3:15 The previous verse should be cited together with this to see the contrast and to better understand the paradox that is presented – “But you denied the Holy One and the Just, and asked for a murderer to be granted to you, 15 and killed the Prince of life, whom God raised from the dead, of which we are witnesses.” The immediate contrast – “asked for a murderer” / “killed the Prince of life.” The paradox – The Prince of life was killed. The broader contrast – “But you denied the Holy One and the Just” / “whom God raised from the dead.” Peter sets the actions of Israel in complete contrast one to another. Whereas they asked for Barabbas, a man who purposefully ended another's life, they also killed the One who grants it. The word archégos is introduced here. It will be seen again in Acts 5 and then twice in Hebrews. It comes from arché, meaning “beginning” or “origin,” and agó, “to lead” or “to guide.” Hence, it is one who is a file-leader. He sets the way for others to follow. Some translations use the term “author.” Though this is a close thought, it is not exact. It more closely would signify an originator or founder that continues to lead. Its other uses will help understand the significance of the word – Him God has exalted to His right hand to be Prince and Savior, to give repentance to Israel and forgiveness of sins. Acts 5:31 For it was fitting for Him, for whom are all things and by whom are all things, in bringing many sons to glory, to make the captain of their salvation perfect through sufferings. Hebrews 2:10 looking unto Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith, who for the joy that was set before Him endured the cross, despising the shame, and has sat down at the right hand of the throne of God. Hebrews 12:2 Christ is the “file-Leader” of life, of restoring others to God, of salvation itself, and of the faith possessed by those who look to Him. The question of what “life” is being referred to is appropriate. It could be referring to life itself, that which animates humans (and indeed all life), or it could refer to the “life” which is obtained through restoration with God, meaning the spiritual restoration to God that was lost at the fall. The immediate context is surely referring to the latter because Peter will next speak of the resurrection that makes this life possible. But the former is true as well. Jesus is clearly revealed as the Lord (YHVH) of the Old Testament Scriptures. It is He who breathed life into Adam at the first (Genesis 2:7), but He is also the one who indicated He would breathe the new life, the Holy Spirit, into those who would come to Him by faith (John 20:22). In Him is life (John 1:4), both the initial giving of it, and the restoration of that spiritual life through His completed work. It is this One that Israel killed, revealing the great paradox. How could the file-Leader of life die? And yet, He had to die to bring about life in those who killed Him. One necessitated the other. It reveals the wisdom and the immensity of God's plans. And in their killing of Christ came the victory over death, as Peter notes, saying, “but whom God raised from the dead.” Peter has already said in Acts 2:24 that “it was not possible that He should be held” by death. This is because “the wages of sin is death.” But Christ, the Prince of life, had no sin. As such, death could not hold Him. He had done nothing to earn death, and He therefore was resurrected by the power of God. Life was found in Him who is the life. The enormity of the event, and the piercing nature of the words, must have been terrifying to those who realized what they meant. And to make certain that the words could be trusted, Peter next says, “of which we are witnesses.” It is debated what Peter is referring to: “the Prince of life...of whom we are witnesses.” “God raised from the dead...of which we are witnesses.” Either way, the fact is that Peter and John are witnesses, thus establishing the truth of the matter as required by law. They did witness the life and deeds of Christ, and they did witness Christ in His resurrection. Both testify to the fact that He was, and still remained, the Messiah. Israel is being presented with information that they cannot live without. Likewise, each individual was being presented with that same information. The choice is both an individual one and it is a collective one. Each person standing there had to individually choose to believe, and the nation as a whole – who was under the terms of the Mosaic Covenant – had to do so as well. Life application: What God has done in Christ is incredible in the extreme. But it is not impossible to believe. If the story of Jesus was just one made up in the minds of a group of people at a given time, it could easily be ignored. However, the books of the Bible span about fifteen hundred years of time. And more, not only are they written over that span of time, but they encompass details that go from the very beginning of time until the end of time as we currently understand it – telling of things that would happen well into the future, and which continue to be realized even at the current time. They are comprised of the writings of about forty different people. They are written in various locations throughout the Middle East. They are written in several different languages, and they are written to various groups of people. Despite all of these things, the message found in these sixty-six books is a single, unified whole. It carries one overall theme while also carrying – very consistently – many individual themes that form it into a single body of literature that defines the very purpose of man's existence on earth. The main theme, the Subject, of this compilation is God working in Christ in order to have an eternal relationship exist between the two. The Person of Jesus, who is Christ, is that Subject. It is He who is the Prince of life, and it is He to whom we are responsible. Let us never forget this, and may we spend our time and energy – above all else – focused on this. Let us praise God, exalt Him, and magnify His glorious name for all the world to see and understand His goodness towards us in the giving of His Son. May this be how we direct our lives, all the days of our lives. Lord God, thank You for what You have done in and through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
It's that time of year! Daytime Confidential's Luke Kerr, Mike Jubinville, Jillian Bowe, Joshua Baldwin and Carly Silver to dive into the Best and Worst of Soaps in 2021 on The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of Our Lives, Days of Our Lives: Beyond Salem, General Hospital and The Young and the Restless. Daytime Confidential's beloved and oh so unique categories are back! Best Scene: Worst Scene: Guy whose chestnuts we want roasted over an open fire: Glittery Hoo Hoo of the Year: MP (magical penis) of the Year: Most in Need of some Lovin': Read A Book (dumbest character): Einstein Award (smartest character): Soap Opera Scenery Chewer of the Year: Hall of Shame: The Charity Ramer Award For Babies Who Don't Know Who They Are: Worst Daytime Drama: Best Daytime Drama:
Join hosts Tony Moore, Michael Mattes, Justin Hareld, and Araceli Aviles, as they recap episodes of Days of Our Lives from the week of December 13-17, 2021. This week on Dishin' Days, Sami and EJ reevaluated their relationship, Philip's “death” was revealed to be not what it seemed, and Xander finally learned that Sarah is not where he thought she was. After failing to trap Ben and Ciara, the Devil concocted a new way to wreak havoc, this time headed straight for Belle. Be sure to follow us on all social media platforms: Facebook: DishinDaysShowInstagram: @dishindaysTwitter: _dishindays Buy Our Merch: www.dishindays.threadless.com
Join hosts Tony Moore, Michael Mattes, Justin Hareld, and Araceli Aviles, as they do a special review of “A Very Salem Christmas”, Peacock's very first Days of Our Lives holiday film. In the very first Days of Our Lives Christmas film, Will and Sonny write a holiday classic, in which certain baddies never turned bad, small businesses banded together against a big corporation, and the big town fundraiser had some very talented dance numbers. A Very Salem Christmas is now streaming exclusively on Peacock Premium. Be sure to follow us on all social media platforms: Facebook: DishinDaysShowInstagram: @dishindaysTwitter: _dishindays Buy Our Merch: www.dishindays.threadless.com
As we spend the week focusing on drawing near to God this Christmas season, today we'll explore a fun concept. Every morning is like Christmas morning when you know and walk with God. God is so, so good. And he desires for us to walk in the gifts of his goodness all the days of our lives. May we reorient our thinking so that each morning with God is more exciting than the next as we experience afresh his love and kindness. Our Scripture for today comes from Lamentations 3:22-23, and today's worship is Graves into Gardens by Bethel Music & Brandon Lake. Help people connect with God in 2022 Your gift is doubled! Millions of people today are searching for peace. They're searching for rest. They're searching for something to help them find healing. That something is a person: God himself. And today, you can help more people connect with the God of true healing when you help expand the reach of First15 in 2022. Thankfully, some generous friends have stepped forward with a $100,000 Matching Grant — which will DOUBLE your gift to help meet the $340,000 year-end goal and finish the year strong. Reaching this goal in full couldn't be more important, because every dollar given reaches one new First15 reader, listener, or viewer. And with the match, that means your $1 investment impacts two people. Here's just a taste of what your gift will accomplish in 2022... You'll help the First15 daily devotional reach more people through our app and emails. You'll be a part of producing more podcasts that draw people into a deeper relationship with God. You'll help produce more printed resources and devotionals. You'll help create more powerful moments of worship music. You'll be a part of launching a new and improved app. You'll help expand the reach and impact of Primeros15. So thank you for giving below — and don't forget that the $100,000 Matching Grant will double the amount and impact of your gift! CLICK HERE TO GIVE
The program all about TV. Our guests: Emmy-winning Days Of Our Lives execurive producer Ken Corday, whose made-for-TV movie offshoot, A VerySalem Christmas, launched this week on Peacock; Brian Bird, execurtive producer of When Hope Calls, the former Hallmark Movies Now series beginning its second season December 18 on GC Family, and Tim O'Leary and Robert Rice, executive producer and co-star/producer of Demonhuntr, Here TV's new superhero adventure series.
It's time to wake up and start praying, praising, worshiping and obeying God. It's time to repent of our sins, while there is still time, because the only way we can move forward from our mistakes. Is to acknowledge God, for who he is and tell him that we need his help. When we do that, I can guarantee you that God, will respond in his amazing love, allowing his grace and mercy to follow us all the days of our lives. Scriptures Within This Episode Listed Below: Psalms 150 James 4:7 Proverbs 29:18 Proverbs 10:4-5 Proverbs 6:6-9 Proverbs 27:5-6 Matthew 25:1-13 Colossians 4:2 1 John 5:3 Proverbs 13:4 James 4:14
Join hosts Tony Moore, Michael Mattes, Justin Hareld, and Araceli Aviles, as they recap episodes of Days of Our Lives from the week of December 6-10, 2021. This week on Dishin' Days, Rafe chased down leads on Kristen, evidence piled up against Brady in Philip's disappearance, and Rex returned home very much alone, putting Gwen on edge with the secret she is keeping from Xander. Hurricane Sami was finally rescued, but not everyone was happy to see her. Be sure to follow us on all social media platforms: Facebook: DishinDaysShowInstagram: @dishindaysTwitter: _dishindays Buy Our Merch: www.dishindays.threadless.com
It's that time of year! Daytime Confidential's Luke Kerr, Mike Jubinville, Jillian Bowe, Joshua Baldwin and Carly Silver to dive into the Best and Worst of Soaps in 2021 on The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of Our Lives, Days of Our Lives: Beyond Salem, General Hospital and The Young and the Restless. Daytime Confidential's beloved and oh so unique categories are back! Most Improved Actor or Actress: Best Male Character: Best Female Character: Biggest Waste of Talent / Most in Need of a Story: Most in Need of a Makeover: Best Stunt-Casting: Character Most In Need of a Recast: Dreams Really Do Come True: Be Careful What You Wish For: Best Couple OR Triangle: Worst Couple OR Triangle: Worst Storyline: Best Storyline:
Co-Hosts Teri Knight and Mark Taylor are back "Dishing" today!! They are hitting all of the heavy things going on with "The Bold and Beautiful!! AGENDA OF PODCAST: 1) Opening 2) Deacon is really working it to get into Hope's life. Also, with Brooke 3) Brooke is warming up to Deacon. 4) Steffy and Thomas talked to Ridge yesterday about his former life with Taylor, thier mother. 5) Low and behold the new Taylor shows up at STeffy's today. 6) Today Brooke is bad mouthing Taylor and seems to irritate Ridge 7) Deacon is living in a broom closet....and Sheila shows up there today. 8) Ridge blows up and goes after Brooke and Hope....Storms out of the house grabbing a jug of booze and ends up at Steffy's. He finds that Taylor is there....uh oh!! 9) Actor spotlight-The New Taylor Hayes Hunter Tylor historically June 6,1990 until 1994 New Taylor is: Krista Allen--Allen got her start in the soap world: From 1996 to 1999, she played Billie Reed on Days of Our Lives. She went on to appear in shows like CSI, The X-Files, and Baywatch, as well as Two and a Half Men and Monk. More recently, she costarred on 9-1-1 and in the TV movie I Almost Married a Serial Killer. 10) Predictions Mark- Teri- 11) Closing
Like sands through the hour glass, so go the child soldiers of the future. Let's take the time to reestablish the stakes before we go into the final climactic story arc. We are joined by our stalwart comrade Damian! Please give to your local mutual aid organization this winter season or, better yet, get involved!!! Tell us you like us (or hate us, whatever) on twitter @PenPenPalsPod or PenPenPalsPod@gmail.com
Psalms and Wisdom: Psalm 129 Psalm 129 (Listen) They Have Afflicted Me from My Youth A Song of Ascents. 129 “Greatly1 have they afflicted me from my youth”— let Israel now say—2 “Greatly have they afflicted me from my youth, yet they have not prevailed against me.3 The plowers plowed upon my back; they made long their furrows.”4 The LORD is righteous; he has cut the cords of the wicked.5 May all who hate Zion be put to shame and turned backward!6 Let them be like the grass on the housetops, which withers before it grows up,7 with which the reaper does not fill his hand nor the binder of sheaves his arms,8 nor do those who pass by say, “The blessing of the LORD be upon you! We bless you in the name of the LORD!” Footnotes  129:1 Or Often; also verse 2 (ESV) Pentateuch and History: Job 15 Job 15 (Listen) Eliphaz Accuses: Job Does Not Fear God 15 Then Eliphaz the Temanite answered and said: 2 “Should a wise man answer with windy knowledge, and fill his belly with the east wind?3 Should he argue in unprofitable talk, or in words with which he can do no good?4 But you are doing away with the fear of God1 and hindering meditation before God.5 For your iniquity teaches your mouth, and you choose the tongue of the crafty.6 Your own mouth condemns you, and not I; your own lips testify against you. 7 “Are you the first man who was born? Or were you brought forth before the hills?8 Have you listened in the council of God? And do you limit wisdom to yourself?9 What do you know that we do not know? What do you understand that is not clear to us?10 Both the gray-haired and the aged are among us, older than your father.11 Are the comforts of God too small for you, or the word that deals gently with you?12 Why does your heart carry you away, and why do your eyes flash,13 that you turn your spirit against God and bring such words out of your mouth?14 What is man, that he can be pure? Or he who is born of a woman, that he can be righteous?15 Behold, God2 puts no trust in his holy ones, and the heavens are not pure in his sight;16 how much less one who is abominable and corrupt, a man who drinks injustice like water! 17 “I will show you; hear me, and what I have seen I will declare18 (what wise men have told, without hiding it from their fathers,19 to whom alone the land was given, and no stranger passed among them).20 The wicked man writhes in pain all his days, through all the years that are laid up for the ruthless.21 Dreadful sounds are in his ears; in prosperity the destroyer will come upon him.22 He does not believe that he will return out of darkness, and he is marked for the sword.23 He wanders abroad for bread, saying, ‘Where is it?' He knows that a day of darkness is ready at his hand;24 distress and anguish terrify him; they prevail against him, like a king ready for battle.25 Because he has stretched out his hand against God and defies the Almighty,26 running stubbornly against him with a thickly bossed shield;27 because he has covered his face with his fat and gathered fat upon his waist28 and has lived in desolate cities, in houses that none should inhabit, which were ready to become heaps of ruins;29 he will not be rich, and his wealth will not endure, nor will his possessions spread over the earth;330 he will not depart from darkness; the flame will dry up his shoots, and by the breath of his mouth he will depart.31 Let him not trust in emptiness, deceiving himself, for emptiness will be his payment.32 It will be paid in full before his time, and his branch will not be green.33 He will shake off his unripe grape like the vine, and cast off his blossom like the olive tree.34 For the company of the godless is barren, and fire consumes the tents of bribery.35 They conceive trouble and give birth to evil, and their womb prepares deceit.” Footnotes  15:4 Hebrew lacks of God  15:15 Hebrew he  15:29 Or nor will his produce bend down to the earth (ESV) Chronicles and Prophets: Isaiah 38 Isaiah 38 (Listen) Hezekiah's Sickness and Recovery 38 In those days Hezekiah became sick and was at the point of death. And Isaiah the prophet the son of Amoz came to him, and said to him, “Thus says the LORD: Set your house in order, for you shall die, you shall not recover.”1 2 Then Hezekiah turned his face to the wall and prayed to the LORD, 3 and said, “Please, O LORD, remember how I have walked before you in faithfulness and with a whole heart, and have done what is good in your sight.” And Hezekiah wept bitterly. 4 Then the word of the LORD came to Isaiah: 5 “Go and say to Hezekiah, Thus says the LORD, the God of David your father: I have heard your prayer; I have seen your tears. Behold, I will add fifteen years to your life.2 6 I will deliver you and this city out of the hand of the king of Assyria, and will defend this city. 7 “This shall be the sign to you from the LORD, that the LORD will do this thing that he has promised: 8 Behold, I will make the shadow cast by the declining sun on the dial of Ahaz turn back ten steps.” So the sun turned back on the dial the ten steps by which it had declined.3 9 A writing of Hezekiah king of Judah, after he had been sick and had recovered from his sickness: 10 I said, In the middle4 of my days I must depart; I am consigned to the gates of Sheol for the rest of my years.11 I said, I shall not see the LORD, the LORD in the land of the living; I shall look on man no more among the inhabitants of the world.12 My dwelling is plucked up and removed from me like a shepherd's tent; like a weaver I have rolled up my life; he cuts me off from the loom; from day to night you bring me to an end;13 I calmed myself5 until morning; like a lion he breaks all my bones; from day to night you bring me to an end. 14 Like a swallow or a crane I chirp; I moan like a dove. My eyes are weary with looking upward. O Lord, I am oppressed; be my pledge of safety!15 What shall I say? For he has spoken to me, and he himself has done it. I walk slowly all my years because of the bitterness of my soul. 16 O Lord, by these things men live, and in all these is the life of my spirit. Oh restore me to health and make me live!17 Behold, it was for my welfare that I had great bitterness; but in love you have delivered my life from the pit of destruction, for you have cast all my sins behind your back.18 For Sheol does not thank you; death does not praise you; those who go down to the pit do not hope for your faithfulness.19 The living, the living, he thanks you, as I do this day; the father makes known to the children your faithfulness. 20 The LORD will save me, and we will play my music on stringed instruments all the days of our lives, at the house of the LORD. 21 Now Isaiah had said, “Let them take a cake of figs and apply it to the boil, that he may recover.” 22 Hezekiah also had said, “What is the sign that I shall go up to the house of the LORD?” Footnotes  38:1 Or live; also verses 9, 21  38:5 Hebrew to your days  38:8 The meaning of the Hebrew verse is uncertain  38:10 Or In the quiet  38:13 Or (with Targum) I cried for help (ESV) Gospels and Epistles: 3 John 3 John (Listen) Greeting 1 The elder to the beloved Gaius, whom I love in truth. 2 Beloved, I pray that all may go well with you and that you may be in good health, as it goes well with your soul. 3 For I rejoiced greatly when the brothers1 came and testified to your truth, as indeed you are walking in the truth. 4 I have no greater joy than to hear that my children are walking in the truth. Support and Opposition 5 Beloved, it is a faithful thing you do in all your efforts for these brothers, strangers as they are, 6 who testified to your love before the church. You will do well to send them on their journey in a manner worthy of God. 7 For they have gone out for the sake of the name, accepting nothing from the Gentiles. 8 Therefore we ought to support people like these, that we may be fellow workers for the truth. 9 I have written something to the church, but Diotrephes, who likes to put himself first, does not acknowledge our authority. 10 So if I come, I will bring up what he is doing, talking wicked nonsense against us. And not content with that, he refuses to welcome the brothers, and also stops those who want to and puts them out of the church. 11 Beloved, do not imitate evil but imitate good. Whoever does good is from God; whoever does evil has not seen God. 12 Demetrius has received a good testimony from everyone, and from the truth itself. We also add our testimony, and you know that our testimony is true. Final Greetings 13 I had much to write to you, but I would rather not write with pen and ink. 14 I hope to see you soon, and we will talk face to face. 15 Peace be to you. The friends greet you. Greet the friends, each by name. Footnotes  1:3 Or brothers and sisters. In New Testament usage, depending on the context, the plural Greek word adelphoi (translated “brothers”) may refer either to brothers or to brothers and sisters; also verses 5, 10 (ESV)
Neil Stavem joins host Susie Larson during Faith Radio's winter fundraiser and shares about the ministry of Faith Radio, important days of our lives, and how you can spread joy and hope this Christmas season through the Great Giveaway.
On the latest Daytime Confidential podcast Luke Kerr, Mike Jubinville, Jillian Bowe and Joshua Baldwin dish the latest The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of Our Lives, General Hospital and The Young and the Restless headlines and storylines. All this and more on the the latest Daytime Confidential episode! Twitter: @DCConfidential, @Luke_Kerr, @Mike Jubinville, @JillianBowe, Josh Baldwin and Carly Silver. Facebook: Daytime Confidential Subscribe to Daytime Confidential on iTunes, Google Play, and Spotify.
Join hosts Tony Moore, Michael Mattes, Justin Hareld, and Araceli Aviles, as they recap episodes of Days of Our Lives from the week of November 29-December 3, 2021. This week on Dishin' Days, Philip lost all sense of reason, Gwen and Ava got Kristen out of her latest arrest, and Lani and Abe had a reaffirming heart-to-heart. And as word of Marlena's possession spreads throughout Salem, an angel returns to watch over Ben and Ciara. Be sure to follow us on all social media platforms: Facebook: DishinDaysShowInstagram: @dishindaysTwitter: _dishindays Buy Our Merch: www.dishindays.threadless.com
Monday, 6 December 2021 So continuing daily with one accord in the temple, and breaking bread from house to house, they ate their food with gladness and simplicity of heart, Acts 2:46 The previous verses spoke of the new believers having everything in common and of the people selling their goods and possessions and then dividing up the proceeds among one another. With that noted, and implying it is a reason the people could gather daily, the words now state, “So continuing daily.” Because of having sold all their possessions, the believers could remain together as a group, even after the end of the pilgrim feast. Normally, people would come to the feasts, spend time in the presence of the Lord, and then return to their homes in order to return to their employment, whether it was working in the fields, working as a potter, or doing whatever else they once did for their livelihood. In essence, the believers had come to live out an almost permanent festive celebration. The instructions for the attendance at the pilgrim feasts are stated several times in the books of Moses. The particular instructions for the Feast of Weeks (Pentecost) are noted in Deuteronomy 16 – “You shall count seven weeks for yourself; begin to count the seven weeks from the time you begin to put the sickle to the grain. 10 Then you shall keep the Feast of Weeks to the Lord your God with the tribute of a freewill offering from your hand, which you shall give as the Lord your God blesses you. 11 You shall rejoice before the Lord your God, you and your son and your daughter, your male servant and your female servant, the Levite who is within your gates, the stranger and the fatherless and the widow who are among you, at the place where the Lord your God chooses to make His name abide. 12 And you shall remember that you were a slave in Egypt, and you shall be careful to observe these statutes.” Deuteronomy 16:9-12 Because of the enormity of what occurred, and because of the marked change in the people who had come to this feast, they were so converted that they kept the spirit of the feast going, even after it had ended. This attitude was found in all the believers who continued together “with one accord.” There was a unity of purpose and heart among the believers because of their faith in Christ. It is the same attitude that has been seen, such as in Acts 1:14, and it will be seen several more times (where the same Greek word is used) through Acts 12 when referring to the faith and unity of these early believers. For now, it is a unity of mind that was on display “in the temple.” The disciples would gather there openly to consider the wonder of what God had done in Christ. It is probably at this time that they began to ponder the larger picture of what their history had been leading to and how it was actually all a typological anticipation of the coming of the Messiah. The Passover celebration that they had observed year by year would have taken on a whole new meaning to them. The Day of Atonement would suddenly stand out in a whole new way. And so on. There must have been an overwhelming sense that they belonged to a people that had served a greater purpose than they ever could have previously imagined. In this state of amazed joy, they were not only in the temple daily, but they were also “breaking bread from house to house.” The Greek reads “at home.” The words are then set in contrast to “in the temple.” When they weren't at the temple, they were at someone's home. Wherever the believers dwelt, other believers would come and sit over a meal, symbolized by the breaking of bread that would set the tone for the meal. Bread would be brought forth, a blessing would be made, and then bread would be broken and passed around. This is seen in all three synoptic gospels, such as in Mark 8 – “So He commanded the multitude to sit down on the ground. And He took the seven loaves and gave thanks, broke them and gave them to His disciples to set before them; and they set them before the multitude. 7 They also had a few small fish; and having blessed them, He said to set them also before them. 8 So they ate and were filled, and they took up seven large baskets of leftover fragments.” Mark 8:6-8 Once the bread was brought forth, blessed, and broken, “they ate their food with gladness.” One can think of the complete joy of knowing they had become a part of what God had been preparing since the fall of man. Step by step, He was working in the world as it led to the coming of Christ and toward the restoration of all things in Him. These early believers were sensing the glory of God in a way that probably stunned their senses from moment to moment. Each time someone brought up a story from their Scriptures, they would probably talk about it and how it actually was leading to Jesus. As they ate their meals, they would be filled with gladness in the Spirit that their eyes had been opened to these marvelous things. Luke next notes that this state would be combined with that of “simplicity of heart.” Here is a word found only this once in Scripture, aphelotés. It means “not stony ground.” As such, it is that which is simple or plain. There is nothing complicated to the eyes or to the feet when walking, and thus the steps are unencumbered. The term “purity of heart” would give a good sense. There is nothing complicated in it, there is nothing uneven or difficult in it. As such, there would be no concerns or worries. No matter what arose during the day, the people would acknowledge it as being within the will of the Lord. In other words, “If the Lord took everything that we know of our part of human history, and He organized it so meticulously that we can see Jesus in every detail, then He must be guiding our lives for a good purpose, even if difficult or bad things happen along the way.” The story of Joseph would have taken on a completely new meaning in their minds, the exile to Babylon would begin to make sense, the raising up of good kings, and the failings of the bad kings would be understood more clearly. The story of Ruth and that of Esther would suddenly call out to them in a completely new way. There would be no stony ground in their hearts because they could see the world with eyes that had never seen such wonder and glory before. Life application: There are people who have been Christians for many years, or even for all of their lives – having come to know Jesus at young ages – and yet, they have never taken the time to dive into Scripture and search out its treasures. But at some point, they decide to start listening to sermons from the Old Testament and they start to realize that everything there is about... JESUS. In this realization, they start to hunger the word as they never had before. Not only do the Old Testament Scriptures start to make sense, but the New Testament starts to take on a completely new tone. This is because they see that the Bible is one united whole, all telling the same story – slow and progressively revealing what God is doing in Christ. With this new appreciation, their faith finds a stronger footing than it ever had before, and their lives take on a new calmness that they had never experienced. “If God had everything so carefully structured in the past, certainly my life is being carefully handled as well.” With this new attitude, the trials, pains, and woes all seem less troubling. A new reliance on Christ is realized, and a surety in salvation is more fully appreciated. If you have not pursued God's word to its fullest, start today. The sermons from the Superior Word will help you in this. Start with Genesis 1:1 and just keep on going. There is treasure in this word. Forget the TV shows! Get into the word! Lord God, help us to not squander our time, but to focus on You and on Your word now... while we can. Surely our lives will be more grounded if we do this. So, help us to pursue this path. Give us the heart to cherish this word all the days of our lives. Amen.
Welcome Backstory fans! In this episode we are chatting with actress Kristen Renton! Kristen has a long long list of film and TV credits on her resume. Some highlights include Sons of Anarchy, Days of Our Lives, The OC, CSI: Miami, CSI: New York, along with many others. We chat about Kristen's backstory into acting, and some of her earlier roles. Her new film, The Crickets Dance, is out now. This interview took place a few weeks ago, right as the film was being released. We chat with Kristen about the films origins, working on the film, and many topics related to this really interesting production. We also talk about Kristen's fascination with the paranormal, her personal experiences with seeing ghosts, and her thoughts on living with one for a time. Kristen is also deeply involved in animal rescue and we talk about a few of her encounters performing rescues as well. This episode is wide ranging, and fun, and gives you a good glimpse into the life of this multi-talented actress. We thank Kristen for her time spent sharing her stories with us, and hope you enjoy the episode as much as we do.
We're back, Podcast People! And we are creating a horrific winter wonderland for Season 5! All of our films, save Lauren's birthday pick, are set in a wintry backdrop filled with monsters, mayhem, and gore galore for the holiday season. For E41, we went straight camp and watched a film about a man looking for a second chance. And no, not the family-friendly joint staring Michael Keaton. We are talking about Jack the Killer Snowman! This is less a crit and more a commentary on Michael Cooney's Jack Frost, so sit back, grab a hot chocolate, and enjoy the sleigh ride.Timestamps:0.00 - "Danita, it's Christmas!"7.57 - Theme song/opening11.40 - Negronomicon (Thanksgiving, Cowboy Bebop live action remake, Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Epix's From)35.50 - Crit/commentary of Jack Frost1.17.17 - ClosingFind Us Online - Website: www.scarycritpodcast.com- Twitter: http://twitter.com/scarycritpodcast- Instagram: http://instagram.com/scarycritpodcastCredits- Host and Producer: Lauren La Melle Instagram: @laurenlamelle | Twitter: @laurenlamelle | Website: www.laurenlamelle.com- Host and Editor: Jared Hudson Instagram: @blossomsandbooks93 | Twitter: @jareddhudson Gems from E41High School Musical (2006)The Muppets Christmas Carol (1992)Sailor Moon (1992)Whoopi Goldberg: Direct from Broadway (1985)Cowboy Bebop (2021)Cowboy Bebop (1998)The Last Airbender (2010)Law & Order: SVU (1999)Ghostbusters: Afterlife (2021)Annabelle: Creation (2017)Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016)Don't Be Afraid of the Dark (2011)R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour (2010)Cujo (1983)Child's Play (1988)Ghostbusters (1984)Ghostbusters (2016)From (2022)Lost (2004)American Horror Story: Red Tide (2021)Jack Frost (1997)Jack Frost (1998)Werewolves Within (2021)X-M (2000)Aqua Teen Hunger Force (2001)Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007)Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988)The SnowmanScary Movie (2000)Jack Frost 2: Revenge of the Mutant Killer Snowman (2000)Days of Our Lives (1965)As the World Turns (1956)
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This week on Dishin Days....Tony Moore, Michael Mattes and Justin Herald discuss the jaw dropping events at Paulina and Abe's wedding as MarDevil wrecks havoc on the citizens of Salem. Things heat up with EJ and Nicole and Belle takes on a new client Julie who plans to sue Marlena. Sal Stowers (Lani) and Raven Bowens (Chanel) pop in to give more insight into their storyline. Be sure to follow us on all social media platforms: Facebook: DishinDaysShowInstagram: @dishindaysTwitter: _dishindays Buy Our Merch: www.dishindays.threadless.com
On the latest Daytime Confidential podcast Luke Kerr, Mike Jubinville, Jillian Bowe and Joshua Baldwin dish the latest The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of Our Lives, General Hospital and The Young and the Restless headlines and storylines. All this and more on the the latest Daytime Confidential episode! Twitter: @DCConfidential, @Luke_Kerr, @Mike Jubinville, @JillianBowe, Josh Baldwin and Carly Silver. Facebook: Daytime Confidential Subscribe to Daytime Confidential on iTunes, Google Play, and Spotify.
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This week on Dishin Days, Mardevil decides to handle Susan herself, and we get original Kristen, Eileen Davidson makes an appearance. Sean and Belle get outraged on Ben/Ciara's behalf, while the latter run into a returned Theo. Brady/Chloe/Phillip continue to live out their 2000's storylines while, Rafe and Nicole deal with the aftermath of their one night stand. Chanel channels Celeste, and gets more clarity on Paulina. Both Xander and Gwen go to bat for one another's honor.Be sure to follow us on all social media platforms: Facebook: DishinDaysShowInstagram: @dishindaysTwitter: _dishindays Buy Our Merch: www.dishindays.threadless.com
Join hosts Tony Moore, Michael Mattes, Justin Hareld, and Araceli Aviles, as they recap episodes of Days of Our Lives from the week of November 1-5, 2021. This week on Dishin' Days, MarDevil wreaked havoc by bringing three villains back from the dead to prey on unsuspecting Salemites, Abigail blew Gwen's final secret sky high, and recently released jailbirds Justin and Bonnie tied the knot. And though Ciara's pregnancy was just confirmed, Susan Banks's ‘spidey senses' have something to say on the subject! Be sure to follow us on all social media platforms: Facebook: DishinDaysShowInstagram: @dishindaysTwitter: _dishindays Buy Our Merch: www.dishindays.threadless.com
Join hosts Tony Moore, Michael Mattes, Justin Hareld, and Araceli Aviles, as they recap episodes of Days of Our Lives from the week of October 25-29, 2021. This week on Dishin' Days, Kristen fell into Victor's trap, Ben and Ciara got good news, and Abe was the victim of ‘wrong place, wrong time'. And the Devil began to have his fun just as the year's most haunted holiday began. Plus, we honor some of our favorite DAYS characters with a costume tribute! In honor of James Reynolds's (Abe Carver) 40th anniversary with the show, the man himself joins us to discuss his most memorable moments, what fan support has meant to him, and what he looks forward to in his days ahead on the show. Be sure to follow us on all social media platforms: Facebook: DishinDaysShowInstagram: @dishindaysTwitter: _dishindays Buy Our Merch: www.dishindays.threadless.com
On the latest Daytime Confidential podcast Luke Kerr, Mike Jubinville and Joshua Baldwin dish the latest The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of Our Lives, General Hospital and The Young and the Restless headlines and storylines. All this and more on the the latest Daytime Confidential episode! Twitter: @DCConfidential, @Luke_Kerr, @Mike Jubinville, @JillianBowe, Josh Baldwin and Carly Silver. Facebook: Daytime Confidential Subscribe to Daytime Confidential on iTunes, Google Play, and Spotify.
Ira, Louis, and guest host Sylvia Obell discuss Chris Pratt as Garfield, Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson's alleged romance, the Real Housewives of Dubai, Days of Our Lives revisiting Marlena's possession storyline, classic Meryl Streep films, and the latest seasons of Succession, Insecure, and You. Plus, Gaby Hoffman joins to discuss her new Mike Mills film C'mon C'mon, Nancy Meyers films, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices