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Douglas Jacoby Podcast
IC.17 - The Imitation of Christ, Over-Anxiety / Holy Examples

Douglas Jacoby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 19:08


For additional notes and resources check out Douglas' website.Scripture:Ps 37:4Matt 26:41Heb 12:1; 6:12; 11:1-40John 12:25Application (10 areas):* Learn from those who have gone before us (in church history, the O.T., and even in our own circle of relationships.* Aim for "frequent and fervent prayers."* Practice the discipline of fasting.* Take strong (disciplined) measures to avoid sin.* Be excellent workers vocationally on the job.* Devote our evenings (non-work hours) to the Lord, too. All time is Christ's time.* Practice mental (as opposed to silent) prayer throughout the day.* Avoid time-wasting.* Stop striving for honors. Realize that those who are zeroes in the eyes of the world may well be heroes in the sight of God.* Renounce carelessness in all forms.Let's all be alert, vigilant, on guard, and serious.Next: "On the Guard of Humility" (Book 3, Chapter 7) and "On Thinking Humbly of Oneself" (Book 1, Chapter 2)

Marathon Fellowship Class
3 Ways to Devote Your Life to God – Leviticus 8

Marathon Fellowship Class

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 45:30


Wayne Stiles teaches from Leviticus 8 three ways to devote your life to God. Because the Lord has called us out of darkness into His marvelous light, we should have ears to hear, hands to work, and feet to follow.

Meaningful Mondays
Rocks Don't Float!

Meaningful Mondays

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 6:18


ARE YOU GOING TO LIVE TODAY? What are your rocks? The things you can count on. Those things that are constant, consistent, and always reliable! Rocks don't float! You choose if you are going to "live" today by where you Devote your TEARs Devote: "...to give all of something, especially your time, effort, or love, or yourself, to something or someone you believe in. THIS WEEK'S CHALLENGE: use your gratitude rock or find a similar reminder to ask yourself, "Are you going to LIVE today?" Then... go live!

Capital City Christian Church | Podcast

"And if you're a Christian, prayer isn't an optional skill that you can choose to learn. It's not like riding a bike in that sense. Some of you may not know how to ride a bike because you never desired to learn. Prayer isn't that way for Jesus' followers. Like what we saw last week with worship when prayer is mentioned in the Bible, it is often communicated as a command. Colossians 4:2 says, “Devote yourselves to prayer.” No invitation there. Just a straight demand. In Luke 18, Jesus teaches his disciples the necessity of praying. Jesus wanted them to know that “…they should always pray…”. Not an invitation. A command. And my personal favorite verse on prayer 1 Thessalonians 5:17. “Pray continuously.” No qualifiers. No explanation or exposition. Just a simple command. We have to start today with an understanding that prayer, at its most fundamental level, is an act of obedience. And it can look very formal. I personally love the few times I get to participate in a more liturgical service where there are corporate prayers. There is beauty in a congregation reciting prayers together. It's all over the Old Testament, and you can see Jesus and his disciples practicing those prayers that had been learned. And we're going to have an opportunity to do that today."

HOPE is Here
Returning Gifts (pt 3)

HOPE is Here

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 14:46


Have you ever struggled with fear? With worry? In today's broadcast, Greg talks about the emotional and mental “gifts” from Satan that we need to give to the Lord. God is waiting to help us overcome the darkest moments of our lives. Colossians 4:2 says “Devote yourselves to prayer…” ________________________________________________________________________________________________ Look for HOPE is Here: - at www.HOPEisHere.Today - on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/HOPEisHereToday - on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hopeisherelex/ - on Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/hopeisherelex - on TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@hopeisherelex - on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtJ47I4w6atOHr7agGpOuvA Help us bring HOPE and encouragement to others: - by texting the word GIVE to 833-713-1591 - by visiting https://www.hopeisheretoday.org/donate   - by shopping on Amazon. Select HOPE is Here as your favorite charity (EIN: 83-0522555) Login through this link - https://smile.amazon.com/ch/83-0522555   #Lexington #Kentucky #christianradio #JesusRadio #Jesus #WJMM #GregHorn #GregJHorn #suicideprevention #KentuckyRadio #HOPEisHere #Hope #HopeinJesus #FoodForThoughtFriday #MondayMotivation #FridayFeeling #Motivation #Inspiration #cupofHope #FYP #ForYouPage #SuicideAwareness  

MISSION TRAILS CHURCH
Devote Yourself

MISSION TRAILS CHURCH

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 39:10


Life Defense
Are You DEVOTED? “Defensive Stance”

Life Defense

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 4:22


In this world of distractions is anyone DEVOTED? Is modern society counter DEVOTION? Why? To what purpose? Does modern society celebrate DISTRACTION vs DEVOTION? In self-defense we begin each year with Defensive Stance symbolizing the DNA of WONJIN HAPKIDO, defense. Life Defense practitioners are DEVOTED to PRINCIPLES of Life. Although Hapkido uses all the same techniques found in MMA, a fighting sport, and other fighting arts like Boxing, Wrestling, and Kickboxing, Hapkido's philosophy is based on Relational Harmony in which we find all things that live, grow, expand and are ultimately successful. We are DEVOTED to “not fighting,” and in possible outcomes that support life. Yet, how can this be as Hapkido incorporates devastatingly debilitating strikes, brutal throws and life threatening strangulations? It is in the PRINCIPLE and philosophy of life. DEVOTION is inherently essential in self-defense, and every day life, or what we call Life Defense. Without a level of DEVOTION life does not exist. However, does our ever increasingly complex world seemingly exist and drive conflict and with it the opposite, or death? If so, to what are we DEVOTED? As we begin this year I am personally examining to where my attention is drawn, where my time is taken and to what I am DEVOTED to. I will DEVOTE myself to living and life… #lifedefense #devoted #allenhughes Photo by RODNAE Productions: https://www.pexels.com/photo/a-girl-talking-to-the-busy-woman-working-8489390/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/allen-hughes/message

परमेश्वर के साथ एक क्षण - A moment with God's Podcast-
Devote your life to God - अपना जीवन परमेश्वर को समर्पित करें (Subscribe/follow it please)

परमेश्वर के साथ एक क्षण - A moment with God's Podcast-

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 5:23


Do good works to express your love of you all. Devote your heart fully to taking God's love and the Gospel to all human, and helping all, because God is love and God know your heart..............listen to podcast by Dr. Rev. Surender Masih.You can call - 91 - 8826215678

Making Motivation with Dr. Drill
Devote the rest of your life to making progress

Making Motivation with Dr. Drill

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 5:14


Living Fearless Devotional
Devote Yourselves to Prayer

Living Fearless Devotional

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 47:42


Devote Yourselves to PrayerReading From “Morning by Morning” The Devotions of Charles SpurgeonJim Reimann, EditorAndy, a former Anaheim Police Officer, and Hedieh, a former Muslim and Counterterrorism expert who became a Christian, share their real-life joys and challenges of following Jesus, with the help of various daily devotional authors. Don't miss Andy's Number One International Bestselling book, "Falco - Walking with God and a Dog". A book showing how his police K9 saved his life and showed him how to live it in Christ. You can also learn more about Hedieh's amazing conversion story on her website www.ResurrectMinistry.comEdifi:LivingFearlessRadio.comCalifornia Parent Alliance:https://californiaparentalliance.org/#America #USA #Jesus #God #DailyDevotional #Love #MorningByMorning #CharlesSpurgeon #HolySprit #Christ #Christian #Life #GodSaves #GodsLoveListen to the full episode here: Spotify and Apple Podcast. Visit our website and partner with us! https://resurrectministry.com/http://www.USAPatriotProject.com

Diary Of A Bolga Billionaire
Basic Lessons For Life

Diary Of A Bolga Billionaire

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 24:02


I shared on the following lessons:A) You can work on both making a living and on a fortune by working part time on your fortune while you're working full time on your living.B) Your income is directly related to your philosophy, not to the economy.C) Don't search for the exotic until you've discovered and mastered the basicsD) Find out how things work— if you wish to be successful, study success. If you want to be happy, study happiness. If you want to be wealthy, study wealth. Don't leave it to chance. You may not be able to do all that you find , but you should find out all you can do.* Read—one way to learn is from your own experience. Another way is from people's experience. One book can change your life. Devote 30 minutes a day to read.* Listen to people around you—successful and poor, the positive and the negative. Find out what poor people do/read and don't do/read them. Get around rich people and listen. Poor people ought to take rich people out for dinner and listen.* Observe— you can pick a lot of ideas just by watching. Success leaves clues. There are two ways to see— sight,seeing with eyes; insight, seeing with your mind. See with your eyes , you'll see things. See with your mind, you'll see answers. Pay attention. Don't miss anything. Where you're , be there.E) Go to work —on the things found out. You need a game plan — home game plan, business game plan, social game plan, financial independence game plan. Don't operate from your mind. Operate on paper. Write your plans down. Formula for success—take heavy action on a good idea.Don't let your learning lead to knowledge, you'll become a fool. Let your learning lead to action, you can become wealthy.F) Don't try to beat the system. Find out how it works best and do it that way. It may take a little longer but keep doing it. Be a quick learner.F) take care of yourself* physical— take care of yourself. Treat yourself as a temple. That's the only place you've got to live in. Study nutrition. Some people don't do well because they don't feel well.Things to look at:Appearance: you'll never have a second chance to make a first impression. GOD looks on the inside, people look on the outside. When people get to know you they'll judge you more than what they see. But first they're going to take a look.* Spiritual—Humans are more than just an advanced life form. Or an advanced species of the animal kingdom.My belief is humans are a special creation. If you believe in spirituality in any manner, study it and practice it. Do not neglect your values and virtues.* Mental side— learn, study, grow, change. That's why schooling is all about. It takes time for development in all aspects. Feed and nourish the mind.If you can't defend your virtues and values you'll fall prey to philosophies that are not in your best interest.! This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit gracegroup.substack.com/subscribe

Christian Men at Work Podcast
Groundhog Day-Selah88-CMAW188

Christian Men at Work Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 9:59


S Groundhog Day Recently watched spent 4 hours watching TV and gained some great spiritual lessons. I've been purposing to keep my screen time at a lower level to allow for other more important activities, but these were four hours well spent. The first two hours were spent watching the first two episodes of season 3 of The Chosen.  I'm not going to talk about those episodes other than to say that I highly recommend watching every episode that's been made of this series, if you haven't do so already.  Look up the Chosen app as the easiest way find and watch it. What I do want to talk about is one of my favorite movies, Groundhog Day, starring Bill Murray, which I recently watched again. I'll give you a spoiler alert up front if you haven't seen this movie yet I'll be sharing some key plot points. You know how you can read a portion of scripture and get a new insight and understanding that you never did when reading it before? I think that is mainly because the word is living and powerful and sharper than a two-edge sword, as it says in Hebrews 4:12. Though it's not the same effect outside of scripture, I believe God can and does speak to us any way He chooses. I received spiritual lessons from this movie that I never would have in the past and I believe it's because of where I'm at in this season. Let's start by giving a brief overview of the movie. Bill Murray plays a weatherman in Pittsburgh who is proud, cynical, and self-centered.  He's forced to make the annual trip to Punxsutawney, to cover the revealing of the groundhog Punxsutawney Phil to see if he sees his shadow to determine if spring will come early. Due to a winter storm Phil the weatherman is forced to stay an extra night in this small town.  In the morning, he wakes up to Groundhog day again, and soon finds out that he is repeating this day over and over.  The movie is very funny, but I also found it to be very deep with some spiritual lessons.  Though there were several colorful characters, the film is primarily a personal journey for Phil as he determines how to spend his time each day and how his choices are shaped by the change in his character. Initially, Phil is in denial that this repeat is actually happening. Once reality sets in, he starts out appealing to his selfish nature.  First, he uses the repeated days to get information he then uses to satisfy his fleshly desires, both with women and living lavishly.  Then he shifts to a reckless lifestyle since there are seemingly no consequences to his actions, including breaking the law and committing suicide. All through the movie, Phil is traveling on this business trip with his producer Rita, played by Andie McDowell, and cameraman Larry, played by Chris Elliott.  Rita is a woman with high integrity and a big heart, who is also very beautiful. Phil initially tries to woo her and sleep with her by using every day to learn enough about her to manipulate her into thinking he's someone he is not. Ultimately, he runs up against the reality that he cannot fake his way to Rita's heart, no matter how much of an unfair advantage he has.  Though it doesn't seem like it along the way, during his time spent with Rita, her character begins to affect Phil and he starts to see just what a louse he really is. He then makes a shift and begins to use each repeated day to improve himself as a person and to help others. The movie climaxes when all the ways he has improved himself, helped others, and become a better person touches Rita's heart and she falls in love with him as he has fallen in love with her.  As you might guess, this change results in the end of the repeat of Groundhog Day, and the couple lives happily ever after. So, I'm going to ignore the false eastern/Hindu spiritual concept of reincarnation as an application of this movie and share what jumped out to me. This movie made me think of my own life as well as God's mercy as illustrated by the parable of laborers in the Vineyard found in Matthew 20.  In that parable, the owner of a vineyard hires laborers throughout the day and agrees to pay them the same pay, whether they ended up working all day or only worked one hour at the end of the day.  This has been interpreted to mean that those who come to a saving belief in Jesus Christ toward the end of life receiving the same gift as those who did so in the beginning of their life. While the Bible also talks about rewards in the afterlife for our good deeds and Jesus told us if we love Him to keep His commandments, the Bible describes a God who is merciful and long suffering, you might say a God of second chances.  The Bible also tells us that there are consequences for our choices, both in this life and what comes after we die. Phil the weatherman was destined to a life of misery if he continued with his selfish, cynical ways. You could say that Rita represented Yahweh whose high character and big heart helped Phil to see his sinful ways, cause him to repent, and change his heart to become more like Rita. How about you, are you more like Phil in the beginning of the movie or the end of the movie?  Do you have a Rita-like God who has shown you a better way to live and be? When it comes to your romantic relationships, whether you're married or single, are you thinking primarily about what you are or can get out of the relationship, or what you can give? Similarly, when it comes to your work and career, do you approach your job each day thinking about what you can get out of your job in terms of satisfaction, pay, or retirement, or are you thinking who you can minister to and how God can use you in your job to further his purposes? No matter what you've done or how selfish and wicked you may have been, like the father in the parable of the prodigal son, Yah is waiting to run out and meet you when you humble yourself, repent, and bend your knee to your Creator and His ways. Make your relationship with Yah your highest priority.  Devote time to spend with Him each day including reading His word, praying and journaling as you hear from Him. Let Him be Lord of every part of your life, and your days won't seem like a repeat of Groundhog Day and will go from meaningless and sad to purposeful and joyful. E My example of faith at work is Phil the weatherman. L Logos James 4:13-16 13 Come now, you who say, “Today or tomorrow [h]we will go to such and such a city, spend a year there, buy and sell, and make a profit”; 14 whereas you do not know what will happen tomorrow. For what is your life? It is even a vapor that appears for a little time and then vanishes away. 15 Instead you ought to say, “If the Lord wills, we shall live and do this or that.” 16 But now you boast in your arrogance. All such boasting is evil. A H What did the lemon when he answered the phone?  "Yellow"

The Goddess Activation Podcast with Nikita Anand
47. Creating Internal and Relational Safety - IG Live with Marina Yanay Triner

The Goddess Activation Podcast with Nikita Anand

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 22:19


In today's episode Marina and I talked about internal and relational safety; what that means and how to create it.This episode is an IG Live turned into a Podcast episode. If you prefer watching the video click here.The Costa Rica Retreat that Marina and I are talking about is taking place on 20th - 24th March in the middle of the rich Costa Rican Jungle.

Peaceful By Nature
Become more prone to be at Peace, Make a Plan: Peace Practice Day 18

Peaceful By Nature

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 5:32


Today's peace practice is to Make a Plan. As you enter into visiting family, friends, traveling, hosting, or being alone, it's important to make a plan. Plan when and how you will Devote time every day to return to Truth and Love, to come home to yourself. You will be able to navigate relationships and all that arises at the end of the year if you intentionally come back home to your Values everyday. I would love to know from you, Why do you devote time to your spiritual well being? Your physical wellbeing? Your mental wellbeing? Let me know @wildsacredsage on IG or wildsacredsage@gmail.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/peacefulbynature/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/peacefulbynature/support

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PUT ON A STACK OF 45'S - BARRY AND THE TAMERLANES - "I WONDER WHAT SHE'S DOING TONIGHT?" - Dig This with The Splendid Bohemians, featuring Bill Mesnik and Rich Buckland. The Boys Devote This Episode to an Obscure Gem by film composer Ba

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 15:14


De Vorzon founded Valiant Records in 1960.[5] During the 1960s, he signed the Association to Valiant, and produced its first single, a cover of the Bob Dylan tune "One Too Many Mornings."De Vorzon wrote "I Wonder What She's Doing Tonight" for the Cascades, but the group did not record it. In 1963, De Vorzon recorded the song himself, with his group Barry and the Tamerlanes. Also in 1963 he co-wrote the ballad "Shy Girl" which was recorded by the Cascades.De Vorzon wrote the tune "Girls" for Johnny Burnette. It reached No. 37 in the UK 1961 charts.He composed the soundtracks to many 1970s and 1980s films, and one of the tunes, "Cotton's Dream" (from Bless the Beasts and Children) was retitled "Nadia's Theme" and re-released by A&M Records for the television soap opera The Young and the Restless. "Nadia's Theme" hit No. 8 on the US Top 40 in 1976 and the album from which it was taken peaked at No. 42 on the Billboard 200; in 1977, it won a Grammy Awardfor Best Instrumental Arrangement. The main title song, "Bless the Beasts and Children," was recorded by the Carpenters and received an Academy Award nomination.De Vorzon composed the tune "It's Christmas Once Again in Santa Barbara," which was re-recorded with various other city names, such as San Francisco and San Diego. He also wrote the "Theme from S.W.A.T.", and co-wrote the Eagles' hit "In the City" with Joe Walsh. In 1979 he wrote the music for the movie The Warriors.De Vorzon was one of the developers of the MasterWriter creative software for songwriters and lyricists.[6]

Garage Logic
12/02 We devote the entire show to meet the entire staff of "Our Streets Minneapolis"

Garage Logic

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 89:51


We devote the entire show to meet the entire staff of "Our Streets Minneapolis" “REFERENCED ON THE SHOW” Wisconsin deputy takes wrong way driver head-on Meet the entire staff of Our Streets Minneapolis

The Tech Trek
How to Structure Your Engineering Team to Scale

The Tech Trek

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 31:24


In this episode, Jeremy Eastwood, the Head of Engineering at DroneDeploy, talks about velocity and adding processes as your team grows. Key Takeaways: Metric to measure velocity Reconciling struggles Experimenting while using guardrails Devote an engineer to reliability during each sprint Making sure there is an expected result when experimenting When to sit back and let the team execute Definition of done and compliance Seeing the whole field and providing feedback to your managers About today's guest: Jeremy Eastwood is the Head of Engineering at DroneDeploy. Jeremy oversees the talented engineering org at DroneDeploy and aspects of its core product offering, including mobile applications, cloud platform and infrastructure, computer vision engine, and 3rd party ecosystem. He was one of the first hires at DroneDeploy and has been a part of the growth from a seed-stage startup to the market leader in digital reality capture, with over 250 employees and offices worldwide. Before DroneDeploy, Jeremy worked in research on the design of jet engines and holds a Ph.D. in aerodynamics from the University of Cambridge. Outside work, he enjoys hiking around the Bay Area with his family. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeremy-eastwood/ ___ Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Tech Trek, and we would appreciate it if you would take a minute to rate and review us on your favorite podcast player. Want to learn more about us? Head over at https://www.elevano.com Have questions or want to cover specific topics with our future guests? Please message me at https://www.linkedin.com/in/amirbormand (Amir Bormand)

Our Mission Path
Thanksgiving Update:

Our Mission Path

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 7:13


Devote yourselves to prayer, keeping alert in it with an attitude of thanksgiving Colossians 4:2 Here is the link to …

Christ the Redeemer
Devote Yourself to Good Works - Titus 3

Christ the Redeemer

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 34:57


devote good works titus
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"PUT ON A STACK OF 45's"- SOUL GREAT GARNET MIMMS TURNS 89 TODAY!- "CRY BABY" - Dig This With The Splendid Bohemians - Featuring Bill Mesnik and Rich Buckland -The Boys Devote Each Episode To A Famed 45 RPM And Shine A Light Upon I

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 21:50


FROM OUR 2020 "DIG THIS" ARCHIVES TO WISH GARNET MIMMS A HAPPY 89th BIRTHDAY!Best known for his original rendition of "Cry Baby," later a major item in Janis Joplin's repertoire, Garnet Mimms' pleading, gospel-derived intensity made him one of the earliest true soul singers. His legacy remains criminally underappreciated. Garnett Mimms was born in Ashland, West Virginia.He was brought up in Philadelphia, and began singing in church as a child.As a teenager, he was a former member of the Philadelphia-based gospel groups, the Evening Stars, the Harmonizing Four and the Norfolk Four.The latter he recorded his first record for in 1953.Garnett served several years in the military, and upon his release, he returned to Philadelphia in 1958 and formed a doo wop quintet called the Gainors.The line-up included Sam Bell, Willie Combo, John Jefferson and Howard Tate.The Gainors recorded singles for several labels over the following three years, including 'Red Top' (later picked up by the Cameo label), Mercury (from 1959-1960), and Tally Ho (in 1961).The group subsequently evolved into Garnet Mimms And The Enchanters, where the singer and Sam Bell were joined by Charles Boyer and Zola Pearnell.They met songwriter / producer Bert Berns, who signed them to United Artists, in 1963, and Bert teamed them up with another songwriter / producer, Jerry Ragovoy.Jerry's work helped create some of R & B's finest moments.The song 'Cry Baby' was an immediate U.S. hit, while 'Baby Don't You Weep' and 'For Your Precious Love' consolidated their arrival.The group split in 1964, when Garnett embarked on a solo career.Although the Enchanters found a new vocalist and continued to record, they were overshadowed by their former leader.Garnett' subsequent releases, 'Look Away', 'It Was Easier To Hurt Her' and 'I'll Take Good Care Of You' (the latter Garnett's last Top 40 hit in 1966), were well received, highlighting the singer's church roots against Ragovoy's musical backdrop.Such excellent records were not always well received, and in 1967, Garnett was sidelined to United Artists' subsidiary Veep.'My Baby' and 'Roll With The Punches' followed, but the singer's precarious artistic standing was confirmed when the latter was only released in Britain.Ragovoy then took Garnett to Verve Records (where he was also producing Howard Tate), but the four singles that appeared, although good, did not do as well as expected.It was not until 1977 that the singer returned to the chart.Credited to Garnet Mimms And The Truckin' Company, 'What It Is' was a minor R & B hit and even reached the UK chart at number 44.The track was produced by Randy Muller of Brass Construction fame.Garnett Mimms is now a born-again Christian and has not recorded for many years.

Redemption Church Podcast
Devote Yourselves to Prayer Pt.2

Redemption Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 37:15


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"PUT ON A STACK OF 45's"- LESLEY GORE -"YOU DON'T OWN ME" - Dig This With The Splendid Bohemians - Featuring Bill Mesnik and Rich Buckland -The Boys Devote Each Episode To A Famed 45 RPM And Shine A Light Upon It's Import

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 15:58


Lesley Sue Goldstein was born in Brooklyn in 1946 but grew up in Tenafly, NJ. She was a junior in high school when she was discovered by legendary producer Quincy Jones, who produced her 1963 hit "It's My Party" – a song which has achieved legendary status in the classic rock cannon. It remained at the top of the charts for two weeks and prompted Gore to record the Top 10 answer song "Judy's Turn to Cry". Her next two singles – "She's a Fool" and 1964's most empowering feminist anthem "You Don't Own Me" – were also Top 10 hits. Additional Gore hits included "Maybe I Know," “That's the Way Boys Are” and Marvin Hamlisch's first hit composition "Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows." After conquering the music charts, Gore branched out and began acting. Her film appearances included “Ski Party” and “Girls on the Beach” as well a performance in the concert film “The T.A.M.I. Show.” Her most notable acting role was that of ‘Pussycat' – Catwoman's sidekick on the 1960s Batman television series – where she introduced the single “California Nights.” In spite of her unrivaled recording and acting success while still a teenager, Gore refused to give up her education at Sarah Lawrence College. During most of the 1970s she remained out of the spotlight; but in 1980 Gore resurfaced when "Out Here On My Own," a song she co-wrote with her brother Michael for the film “Fame”, was nominated for an Oscar as Best Original Song. Throughout this period Gore continued to act on stage and on television. Her life story also inspired the 1996 movie “Grace of My Heart” in which a 1960s bubble-gum singer is shown to be a closeted lesbian. She released her final album in 2005 and came out publicly the same year. Gore also hosted several episodes of the LGBT newsmagazine series “In the Life” on PBS. She died of lung cancer on February 16, 2015 at the age of 68 and was survived by jewelry designer Lois Sasson, her partner of 33 years. Though she achieved only minimal financial success from her recording career, Leslie Gore remains one of the most iconic women in the early history of Rock ‘n' Roll.

Communism Exposed:East and West
Xi Jinping Tells Chinese Military to Devote All Energy to Preparing to Fight Wars

Communism Exposed:East and West

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 17:42


Xi Jinping Tells Chinese Military to Devote All Energy to Preparing to Fight Wars

China In Focus
Xi Jinping Tells Chinese Military to Devote All Energy to Preparing to Fight Wars

China In Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 26:15


Xi Jinping Tells Chinese Military to Devote All Energy to Preparing to Fight WarsTop U.S. General Secures Military Support for TaiwanU.S., Japan Hold Joint Military Drill near TaiwanCalif. Education Board President Gets Chinese AwardNvidia Makes New Chips for China, Evades Export BanGermany Blocks Chinese Investment in 2 ChipmakersU.S., Taiwan Start Trade Talks, Deepen RelationsNorth Korean Missile Is Soviet-Era: South KoreaChina Rises on Priority List for Either Party: Yates

EpochTV
Xi Jinping Tells Chinese Military to Devote All Energy to Preparing to Fight Wars

EpochTV

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 26:15


China's leader is ordering preparation for wars. Xi Jinping is requesting the Chinese military to “devote all its energy” to gearing up. A top U.S. general says the United States will help train and equip Taiwan. At the same time, a Navy admiral is sending out a warning. The president of the California Board of Education gets an education accolade totaling nearly $4 million. But it comes with a strong link to Beijing. A tech company is finding a way around Washington's sweeping sanctions. We zoom in on what a U.S. microchip giant has done to keep selling chips to China. Germany is blocking Chinese investors from buying two German chip makers. The economy minister says his country isn't naive. ⭕️Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Tradition at Epoch TV

Human Becoming
the path of desire

Human Becoming

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 18:58


Desire is God's way of communicating their will for us. In this episode, I speak about what that means, wax lyrical about the divinity of our desires and name the systems of oppression that actively benefit from and DEVOTE energy towards removing us from our desires. Desire brings (r)evolution, desire brings change, and if we want to change the conditions of our lives and our culture - we must begin by reclaiming our sacred knowledge of what we want.

The Amateur Otaku Podcast
THIS WEEK IN ANIME: Our Favorite Anime Openings, My Hero Academia Ep. 118-119 and Spy X Family Ep. 17-18

The Amateur Otaku Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 120:07


THIS WEEK IN ANIME - The Amateur Otaku returns with their anime coverage of My Hero Academia Season 6 and Spy X Family Season! Also, we share our favorite anime openings and discuss what makes them awesome! My Hero Academia Hero Society trembles in fear as Plus Ultra Shigaraki is unleashed, leaving massive and decaying destruction in his wake. And his only goal is simple: Destroy everything! Capture One for All! Check out our My Hero Academia anime review series here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JRY_oT4E4F8&list=PLMvbhsAtKb-lPWiNH6K3ZUQ9t-o9S6Ifw Spy X Family The Stella Quest for world peace continues as Anya tries once more to befriend Desmond. But wait, does Anya need a tutor!?!?! and who the hell is Daybreak! Check out our Spy X Family anime review series here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJ59uY1uz_I&list=PLMvbhsAtKb-ncOIcT8EowzxRG3qz3FS5c Here are our favorite anime openings! Check 'em out! Isak's picks for best opening: Death Parade – Op 1 “Flyers” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ca5Tf5BDSYI One Piece – Op 1 “We are” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRaoYuRKBaA Attack on Titan – Op 2 “Devote your Hearts!” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LKP-vZvjbh8 Mike's picks for best openings: Naruto Shipudden – Op 6 “Sign” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=97dkzVU4p-M The Promise Neverland – Op 1 “Touch-off: - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZO3SkwNisRA Attack on Titan – Op 1 “Guren No Yumiya” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AgBUP8TJqV8 Brandon's picks for best openings: Naruto Shipudden – Op 7 “A World That Was Transparent” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=06EjEq_7RJY Code Geass: Lelouch of The Rebellion – Op 1 “Colors” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8CFuZ9MseQ Attack on Titan: The Final Season – Op. 2 “The Rumbling” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EtjQVqXUPHo Subscribe to our Youtube Channel here! Follow the podcast on Twitter https://twitter.com/TheAmateurOtaku Follow Isak on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Emblemmaniac Follow Mike on Twitter https://twitter.com/novicecinephile Follow Brandon on Twitter https://twitter.com/TheScarletFan52 #Myheroacademia #anime #spyxfamily --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theamateurotaku/support

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"PUT ON A STACK OF 45's"- THE DEEP SOUL OF LEE MOSES - "BAD GIRL" - "Dig This With The Splendid Bohemians - Featuring Bill Mesnik and Rich Buckland -The Boys Devote Each Episode To A Famed 45 RPM "Single" Release

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 42:25


Lee Moses was a huge talent and if he'd had the big hit album he richly deserved, Time And Place would've been it. A self-taught multi-instrumentalist, Moses cut his teeth in the clubs of Atlanta, the ‘Motown of the South', where he frequently performed alongside his contemporary Gladys Knight (who reportedly wanted him for the Pips, but couldn't pin him down).It was, however, in New York in the ‘60s that Moses made his greatest bid to find the solo fame he desired. Moses began working there as a session player, even playing frequently with a pre-fame Jimi Hendrix, but his close relationship with producer and Atlanta native Johnny Brantley eventually saw him getting his own break via a series of 45s in 1967 – most notably with covers of Joe Simon's “My Adorable One”, The Four Tops' “Reach Out, I'll Be There” and The Beatles' “Day Tripper”.It was 1971 before Moses' dream of being at stage front was realized, when he released his Brantley-produced LP Time And Place for Maple Records. Recorded with a band including members of The Ohio Players and Moses' own backing group The Deciples, it was, nonetheless, Moses himself whose star quality shone through, via his scratchy guitar riffs, his throat-ripping vocals and the stirring mood that permeates the LP's heady mix of funk, soul and R&B.

MoneyWise on Oneplace.com
The Power of Gratitude

MoneyWise on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 25:20


The Bible has plenty to say about the benefits of gratitude, and researchers have even collected data on them. Studies are showing the very positive influence that gratitude has on the lives of individuals. We'll talk about it today on MoneyWise. God's Word has many passages to inspire a thankful heart, but one in particular that details the benefits of gratitude is found in Philippians 4, verses 6 and 7. It reads, Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. If you've wondered how the peace of God translates into physical and emotional well-being, you're not alone. Researchers at the University of California campuses at Davis and Berkeley wanted to find out too. THE POWER OF THANKFULNESS They gave groups of people gratitude journals to document the things they were thankful for and to report their experience. The researchers broke down the positive responses into three separate categories: physical, psychological, and social. Starting with the physical benefits: Individuals reported having stronger immune systems, possibly noting that they got sick less often. They also said they had fewer aches and pains, lower blood pressure, better sleep, and an increased desire to exercise and take better care of their health, all that just by fostering an attitude of gratitude. The positive psychological effects of gratitude included higher levels of positive emotions in general. Respondents also said they were more alert, alive, and awake. They felt more joy and pleasure, more optimism and happiness. Now, a lot of Christians keep prayer journals in which they express their gratitude to God for what He provides. It's a way to count your blessings and a verse that comes to mind is Colossians 4:2, Devote yourselves to prayer, being watchful and thankful. When we keep track of all the ways the Lord provides for us, it's impossible to not be grateful. So it seems that keeping a prayer or gratitude journal is a great way to foster an attitude of thanksgiving. Okay, the last category the researchers looked at wassocial. How does gratitude improve our relationships with family, friends, and others? Individuals said they became more helpful, generous, and compassionate. They felt more forgiving and more outgoing and less lonely and isolated. For all of those reasons, the researchers suggested that everyone should keep gratitude journals to enhance these effects, essentially writing down every day the things we're grateful for. Of course, the researchers had to come up with an explanation for why all these benefits flow from a spirit of gratitude. And here things really get interesting. First, they determined that true gratitude is proof that, despite all of its problems, there is still goodness in the world. Second, and this is where it gets a little tricky for them they admitted that a source of goodness must exist outside of ourselves. It's not something we did, and that true gratitude acknowledges we're dependent on something or someone else. They even admitted this could be a higher power, if one is spiritually inclined. Now, doesn't that sound like a definition of God to you? Little wonder then that the Apostle Paul writes in Romans 11:36, For from him and through him and for him are all things. To him be the glory forever. You may be thinking, Why would folks who may not know the lord experience the blessings of gratitude? We know that God's financial principles work for believers and nonbelievers alike. Staying on a budget, living on less than you earn, saving for the future, all lead to financial well-being. So there's no reason why practicing gratitude wouldn't be beneficial to everyone as well. And who knows? The Holy Spirit might use the experience to lead someone to Christ. We can even become a part of that by witnessing our gratitude to the God Who provides all things. 1 Chronicles 16:8 reads, Give thanks to the Lord; call upon his name; make known his deeds among the peoples! And Matthew 5:16 tells us, Let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven. On today's program, Rob also answers listener questions: ● Should you stop paying into an (unmatched) Roth IRA to pay off credit cards more quickly? ● Can you name a beneficiary of an I-Bond? ● How can you determine whether your heirs are financially ready and mature enough to handle an inheritance? ● Does it make sense to pay cash for a car outright? ● What can you do about an overdue tax refund? RESOURCES MENTIONED: ● Christian Credit Counselors ● MoneyWise App Remember, you can call in to ask your questions most days at (800) 525-7000 or email them to Questions@MoneyWise.org. Also, visit our website at MoneyWise.org where you can connect with a MoneyWise Coach, join the MoneyWise Community, and even download the free MoneyWise app. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1085/29

Radio HM
10 minutos con Jesús: Adoro te devote siglo XXI

Radio HM

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 11:01


«Jesús, oculto, escondido y realmente presente en la eucaristía».

MoneyWise on Oneplace.com
The Power of Gratitude

MoneyWise on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 25:20


The Bible has plenty to say about the benefits of gratitude, and researchers have even collected data on them. Studies are showing the very positive influence that gratitude has on the lives of individuals. We'll talk about it today on MoneyWise. God's Word has many passages to inspire a thankful heart, but one in particular that details the benefits of gratitude is found in Philippians 4, verses 6 and 7. It reads, Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. If you've wondered how the peace of God translates into physical and emotional well-being, you're not alone. Researchers at the University of California campuses at Davis and Berkeley wanted to find out too. THE POWER OF THANKFULNESS They gave groups of people gratitude journals to document the things they were thankful for and to report their experience. The researchers broke down the positive responses into three separate categories: physical, psychological, and social. Starting with the physical benefits: Individuals reported having stronger immune systems, possibly noting that they got sick less often. They also said they had fewer aches and pains, lower blood pressure, better sleep, and an increased desire to exercise and take better care of their health, all that just by fostering an attitude of gratitude. The positive psychological effects of gratitude included higher levels of positive emotions in general. Respondents also said they were more alert, alive, and awake. They felt more joy and pleasure, more optimism and happiness. Now, a lot of Christians keep prayer journals in which they express their gratitude to God for what He provides. It's a way to count your blessings and a verse that comes to mind is Colossians 4:2, Devote yourselves to prayer, being watchful and thankful. When we keep track of all the ways the Lord provides for us, it's impossible to not be grateful. So it seems that keeping a prayer or gratitude journal is a great way to foster an attitude of thanksgiving. Okay, the last category the researchers looked at wassocial. How does gratitude improve our relationships with family, friends, and others? Individuals said they became more helpful, generous, and compassionate. They felt more forgiving and more outgoing and less lonely and isolated. For all of those reasons, the researchers suggested that everyone should keep gratitude journals to enhance these effects, essentially writing down every day the things we're grateful for. Of course, the researchers had to come up with an explanation for why all these benefits flow from a spirit of gratitude. And here things really get interesting. First, they determined that true gratitude is proof that, despite all of its problems, there is still goodness in the world. Second, and this is where it gets a little tricky for them they admitted that a source of goodness must exist outside of ourselves. It's not something we did, and that true gratitude acknowledges we're dependent on something or someone else. They even admitted this could be a higher power, if one is spiritually inclined. Now, doesn't that sound like a definition of God to you? Little wonder then that the Apostle Paul writes in Romans 11:36, For from him and through him and for him are all things. To him be the glory forever. You may be thinking, Why would folks who may not know the lord experience the blessings of gratitude? We know that God's financial principles work for believers and nonbelievers alike. Staying on a budget, living on less than you earn, saving for the future, all lead to financial well-being. So there's no reason why practicing gratitude wouldn't be beneficial to everyone as well. And who knows? The Holy Spirit might use the experience to lead someone to Christ. We can even become a part of that by witnessing our gratitude to the God Who provides all things. 1 Chronicles 16:8 reads, Give thanks to the Lord; call upon his name; make known his deeds among the peoples! And Matthew 5:16 tells us, Let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven. On today's program, Rob also answers listener questions: ● Should you stop paying into an (unmatched) Roth IRA to pay off credit cards more quickly? ● Can you name a beneficiary of an I-Bond? ● How can you determine whether your heirs are financially ready and mature enough to handle an inheritance? ● Does it make sense to pay cash for a car outright? ● What can you do about an overdue tax refund? RESOURCES MENTIONED: ● Christian Credit Counselors ● MoneyWise App Remember, you can call in to ask your questions most days at (800) 525-7000 or email them to Questions@MoneyWise.org. Also, visit our website at MoneyWise.org where you can connect with a MoneyWise Coach, join the MoneyWise Community, and even download the free MoneyWise app. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1085/29

Always Better than Yesterday

I don't think women desire feminine men. They desire feeling seen, heard and safe. Men, she doesn't want feminine features, she wants your heart. Devote yourself to a cause worthy of your love and you will become a better man every day. True masculinity doesn't abuse its power. It lovingly serves and protects. Let me know what YOU think: email podcast@abty.co.uk Tag us @alwaysbetterthanyesterdayuk

10 minutos con Jesús
03-11-2022 Adoro te devote siglo XXI - 10 Minutos con Jesús

10 minutos con Jesús

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 11:21


Corpus Christi: Jesús, oculto, escondido y realmente presente en la eucaristía. Alimento no físico de pan, sino espiritual, para la vida eternaAdora con devoción este sagrado misterio y llénate de Cristo con este himno de la iglesia. Gracias Luis #10minutosconJesús** Ponte en presencia de Dios. Trata de hablar con Él. ** 10 minutos son 10 minutos aunque te puedas distraer. Llega hasta el final. ** Sé constante. El Espíritu Santo actúa “a fuego lento” y requiere constancia.Audios de 10 minutos que te ayudan a rezar. Un pasaje del Evangelio, una idea, una anécdota y un sacerdote que te habla y habla al Señor invitándote a compartir tu intimidad con Dios.Busca tu momento, piensa que estás con Él y dale al play.Toda la info en nuestra web: www.10minutosconjesus.orgdiezminutosconjesus@gmail.comPara recibir cada día tu meditación por Whatsapp pulsa aquí:http://dozz.es/nu36t

True Love Community Podcast
Holiness Through Suffering - Tony Nguyen

True Love Community Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 55:34


Passage: 1 Peter 4:1-6 Sermon Notes: Intro: 1. We have learned that Living Holy lives in a hostile world requires a. You embody holiness by taking in God's Word (Good nutrition) b. You epitomize holiness with your submission c. You exemplify holiness in your marriage d. You express holiness by living righteously 2. Today we will see Peter's call to Holiness through suffering I. Resolve to suffer rather than to sin vs 1 a. Christ chose to suffer b. Choose suffering rather than to sin II. Resolve to not waste your life vs 2-3 a. Don't waste your life in the old things b. Devote your life to the will of God III. Resolve to lose in order to win vs 4-6 a. The world will see you as losing b. You resolve to lose so you can win others

Coming Up Clutch with J.R.
Andy Krajewski | Turn Adversity Into Your Advantage

Coming Up Clutch with J.R.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 56:23


“Why me, God?”   Ever ask yourself that question?   It's a fair question - especially if you're facing a serious health event or life-threatening injury.   But imagine having to go through SIX of them.   That's exactly what Andy Krajewski was faced with.   I thought I went through some heavy adversity at certain periods of my life…that was until I heard Andy's story.   In today's episode of the Coming Up Clutch with J.R.™ show, I sit down with Andy and have a real conversation about overcoming adversity.   This former pro golfer turned wealth advisor and entrepreneur will inspire you. Period.   In this latest episode, Andy and I talk about…   Andy's key lessons from overcoming six battles of extreme, life-altering adversity What Andy learned from his clutch moment as an amateur golfer that inspired him to beat the odds and have sustained success in life and business The two MUSTs when it comes to experiencing more wealth and less stress   …and so much more.   If you want to be better prepared for when your adversity strikes, then don't miss today's episode.   [00:01 - 23:25] Introducing Andy to the show   Andy's most embarrassing moment Andy's detail of his life-altering events Andy's background and professional journey   [23:26 - 29:45] Andy's key lessons from overcoming six battles of extreme, life-altering adversity   You have to know who you are. You have to know your identity and know where you're going. You have to have faith. You have to believe in greater things than yourself. To keep the faith through extreme adversity, you have to search for the answers yourself - it's YOUR faith journey, not anyone else's. [29:46 - 40:16] What Andy learned from his clutch moment that inspired him to beat the odds and have sustained success in life and business   Backstory: Big golf tournament, gives his competitor a gimmie at 6 feet for par (he had a 12 foot putt for birdie) Andy's mindset shift ===> “I'm going to beat him. I'm not going to let him beat himself.”  Kept doing it to other competitors Went on the championship round against the best in the state Bled into Andy's coaching of other athletes 15U Kids What do you want to accomplish? ⇒ Individual goals ⇒ Team Goal The mindset he passed down to the kids… We want to focus 100% on the task at hand… GIve all your god-given talents… Work as hard you can… You're going to executive… You're going to be in a mental state where you control what you can control… And it's within that process that you'll have your victory 17U Kids Pitcher wasn't getting calls he thought he deserved. Andy helped the pitcher reframe to: “This umpire has chosen to make you a better pitcher” (The umpire is telling you that your good isn't good enough and asking you to be great. You should be thanking him for squeezing you).  Result: the culture of the team changed! It's the little disciplines that will make the big things happen (i.e. in Andy's first practice, he made everyone fold their clothes).   [40:17 - 46:59] The two MUSTs when it comes to experiencing more wealth and less stress   Take a wholistic, process-based approach. Make decisions based on the interconnectedness of : Logic Emotion Spirituality / values system Physical health Don't buy into the media's sensationalizing of the market If you buy into the process, you can eliminate the noise. If you don't buy into the noise, you reduce your stress. When you reduce stress, science says you live longer. If you live longer, your portfolio will grow because in every market top, money pours in and in every market bottom, money gets pulled. The wholistic, process-based approach helps you keep your money in the game so you don't hurt in the long term and give your portfolio the best chance to grow.   [47:00 - 51:19] What Andy suggests couples do when there's a disconnect around money   Have to separate emotion from logic  Males and females have different ways of thinking about money - need to know how each other feels about money (one spouse may make a logical move, that may trigger emotions in the other spouse)   [51:20 - 56:22] Wrapping Up Andy's BIG domino How to connect with Andy   KEY QUOTES “Don't care about what the world thinks. Devote 100% to the process.” - Andy Krajewski ‘It's the little disciplines that will make the big things happen.” - Andy Krajewski “If you buy into the process, you can eliminate the noise.” - Andy Krajewski   CONNECT WITH ANDY Linkedin: /in/andrewkrajewski Instagram: @coach_ajk Facebook: @akrajewski2  Website: https://arborfinancialservices.com/   CONNECT WITH J.R.  Facebook: @jamesJRreid Instagram: @jamesjrreid LinkedIn: in/jamesjrreid/ Twitter: @jamesJRreid Website: jamesreid.com   RATE & REVIEW this episode on Apple: https://jamesreid.com/review   SHARE this episode with someone who wants to be challenged, pushed, and positioned to come up clutch more often.   SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss out on any new episodes and Special Guests!   LISTEN to previous episodes on Apple, Spotify, Stitcher, Google or whatever podcast platform you prefer!

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"Dig This With The Splendid Bohemians" - JERRY LEE LEWIS - "WOULD YOU TAKE ANOTHER CHANCE ON ME"- "PUT ON A STACK OF 45's"- The Boys Devote Each Episode To A Famed 45 RPM "Single"- Featuring Bill Mesnik and Rich

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 42:22


“JERRY LEE and THE SUN SOUND”The Sun Sound began when Sam Phillips launched his record company in February of 1952. He named it Sun Records as a sign of his perpetual optimism: a new day and a new beginning. Sam rented a small space at 706 Union Avenue for his own all-purpose studio. The label was launched amid a growing number of independent labels. In a short while Sun gained the reputation throughout Memphis as a label that treated local artists with respect and honesty. Sam provided a non-critical, spontaneous environment that invited creativity and vision.As a businessman, Phillips was patient and willing to listen to almost anyone who came in off the street to record. Memphis was a happy home to a diverse musical scene: gospel, blues, hillbilly, country, boogie, and western swing. Taking advantage of this range of talent, there were no style limitations at the label. In one form or another Sun recorded them all.Then in 1954 Sam found Elvis Presley, an artist who could perform with the excitement, unpredictability and energy of a blues artist but could reach across regional, musical and racial barriers.He helped form the beginnings of the Sun Sound by infusing Country music with R&B. Elvis's bright star attracted even more ground-breaking talent to the Sun galaxy. Listed among his contemporaries and music mates were Johnny Cash, the inimitable Jerry Lee Lewis, and the “Rockin' Guitar Man”, Carl Perkins. These four soon became known as the Million Dollar Quartet. Right behind them came Roy Orbison, Charlie Rich, Bill Justis, Harold Jenkins (a.k.a. Conway Twitty) and other equally memorable musical talents. All eventually sold on Pop, R&B and Country charts and grew to international fame.Rockabilly became the major evolution in the Sun Sound. Lyrically it was bold; musically it was sparse; but it moved. In the 1950's Country music rarely used drums that were so vital to jazz, blues, and jump bands. In fact, drums were prohibited on stage at the Grand Ole Opry. However, Rockabilly drums played an essential role in driving teens across the nation to become enamored with the Rockabilly movement and the revolutionary Sun Sound. Once again, Sun was able to break new ground recording music of unparalleled diversity in an incubator of creativity.Inherent in the music of Sun is a vibrancy that survives to this day. Sincere, passionate music. Music that has stood the test of time. It is music that has reached across race, age and gender boundaries. It reflects the diversity and vision of the talent that recorded on the Sun label, and indeed, American popular culture itself.

Highland Denton Podcast
Devote Yourself to Prayer

Highland Denton Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 27:23


Read: Colossians 2:4-6 Highland Baptist Church Denton, TX | 600 Thomas St. Denton, Tx Join us online or in person Sunday's at 10:45am central Give Online: https://tinyurl.com/p8wzacbe Like us on Facebook Subscribe to our YouTube Channel Visit our Website: highlanddenton.org

Sparks Among the Stubble Podcast
Orthodoxy is an evangelistic faith

Sparks Among the Stubble Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 14:36


Quotes by Saint Tikhon"Devote all your energy to preaching the word of God and the truth of Christ, especially today, when unbelief and atheism are audaciously attacking the Church of Christ. May the God of peace and love be with all of you!""The spread of Christ's faith ought to be near and precious to the heart of every Orthodox Christian"A quote from St. Innocent“Knowing how pleasant it is for the true Christian to hear of the propagation of Christianity among nations previously unenlightened by the Holy Gospel, I have determined to set forth what I know concerning the propagation and establishment of Christian truth in one of the most remote parts of our country, where, by the will of God, I have been led to spend many years.”

Free Range Preacher on Prayer
October Surprise 2022: A Call to Prayer Day 8 Devotional 88

Free Range Preacher on Prayer

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 18:12


October 8, 2022 - Inspired by J.C. Ryle's treatise on Prayer. The extended introduction for our October episodes ends at the 7:20 mark, and while there is some benefit (I believe) in listening to it again, if you would like, you can fast forward to that mark and begin the episode. Quicken your conscience with the Holiness of God. Feed your mind with the Word of God. Purge your imagination with the Beauty of God. Open your heart with the Love of God. Devote your will to the Purpose of God. Without a growing, Biblical, dynamic, sincere, soul-satisfying communion with the God who loves us, created us, and sees us in His Son, we can do none of these things. “I am the vine, you are the branches; he who abides in Me, and I in him, he bears much fruit...” John 15:5 “What a man is on his knees before God, that he is and nothing more.” Robert Murray M'Cheyne Assistant Editor: Seven Jefferson Gossard www.frponprayer.com freerangeprayer@gmail.com Facebook - Free Range Preacher Ministries Instagram: freerangeministries All our Scripture quotes are drawn from the NASB 1977 edition. For access to the Voice Over services of Richard Durrington, please visit RichardDurrington.com or email him at Durringtonr@gmail.com Our podcast art designed by @sammmmmmmmm23 Instagram Season 5 Episode 008

Daily Pause
October 7th, 2022 - Colossians 4

Daily Pause

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 12:10


Devote yourselves to prayer, keeping alert in it with an attitude of thanksgiving; 3 praying at the same time for us as well, that God will open up to us a door for the word, so that we may proclaim the mystery of Christ, for which I have also been imprisoned; 4 that I may make it clear in the way that I ought to proclaim it. 5 Conduct yourselves with wisdom toward outsiders, making the most of the opportunity. 6 Your speech must always be with grace, as though seasoned with salt, so that you will know how you should respond to each person. Colossians 4

Ask Pastor John
How Do I See the Glory of Christ?

Ask Pastor John

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 12:43 Very Popular


How can we see the glory of Christ? Renounce the praise of man. Devote yourself to Scripture. Turn to Christ through his word. Keep praying for sight.

For College Catholics
79 Frodo and The Waybread of the Elves

For College Catholics

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 14:40


Can bread actually turn into real flesh at the words of a priest? Can wine actually turn into blood? Yes, it can… and it actually did! Today, I share some insights on what are the Eucharistic Miracles, and I speak particularly on the miracle of Lanciano and the miracle of Orvieto. And how St. Thomas Aquinas wrote his famous hymns in honor of the Eucharist.   - Here is a good article on the miracle of Lanciano: Eucharistic Miracle of Lanciano (therealpresence.org) - Here is a good article on the miracle of Bolsena-Orvieto: Eucharistic Miracle of Bolsena-Orvieto, Italy (therealpresence.org) ; - Regarding the Hymns written by St. Thomas Aquinas for the Feast of Corpus Christi, they are the following: Adoro te Devote; Lauda Sion Salvatorem (which is the Sequence for today's Mass); Sacris Solemniis (including its sixth stanza, the Panis Angelicus); Pange Lingua Gloriosi (including its last two stanzas, the Tantum Ergo); and Verbum Supernum (including its last two stanzas, the O Salutaris). - More info on this can be found in the Catechism of the Catholic Church #1322-1419 - Biblical quotations: John 5:52 and following (“Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood…”); Lk 22:14-20 (Last Supper); Mk 14:22-26; 1Cor 11:23-27. - Fr. Patrick Wainwright is a priest of Miles Christi, a Catholic Religious Order. - Visit the Miles Christi Religious Order website: https://www.mileschristi.org - This Podcast's Website: https://www.forcollegecatholics.org - To learn about the Spiritual Exercises (silent weekend retreat) preached by the Priests of Miles Christi, visit: https://www.mileschristi.org/spiritual-exercises/ - Recorded at our Family Center in South Lyon, Michigan. - Planning, recording, editing and publishing by Fr. Patrick Wainwright, MC. - Gear: Shure MV7 USB dynamic microphone. - Intro music from pond5.com

Marketing Trends
Choosing a Brand to Champion With Alice Milligan, Chief Marketing Officer, Morgan Stanley

Marketing Trends

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 36:26


How should a marketing leader choose which brand to devote their time and talent toward? Alice Milligan has worked for some well-known operations like AT&T, American Express, and Citi before her current role as Chief Marketing Officer at the financial services company Morgan Stanley. On this episode, Alice discusses the values that have guided her extraordinary marketing journey and the fascinating approach she took during her first 90 days as Morgan Stanley's CMO.Tune in to learn:What drew Alice to work at Morgan Stanley (3:20) Alice's philosophy on choosing where to work (16:10) How Alice thinks the marketing landscape has shifted over the years (19:20) About a critical moment in Alice's career (30:20)Mentions:E*TRADE (financial services company acquired by Morgan Stanley)“Marissa Mayer: Stories from Silicon Valley, Stanford, Google, Yahoo, and Lumi Labs” (The Mission Daily podcast episode)“The Unifying ‘Power of Sports' With Emeka Ofodile, Vice President of Sports Marketing, ESPN” (Marketing Trends podcast episode)THE PLAYERS ChampionshipCheyenne Woods (professional golfer)Justin Rose (professional golfer)Leylah Annie Fernandez (professional tennis player)Climate Forward London (The New York Times event presented by Morgan Stanley)“Econ 101: Navigating the Economy” (The Washington Post series sponsored by Morgan Stanley)Miele (appliance company)Marketing Trends is brought to you by Salesforce Marketing Cloud. For more great marketing insights, sign up for The Marketing Moments newsletter. You'll get ideas to help you build better customer relationships, invites to upcoming events, and access to the latest industry research. Subscribe at https://sforce.co/MarketingMoments

The Daily Mastery Podcast by Robin Sharma
Devote to Relentless, Consistent + Bravehearted Practice [Success is No Accident]

The Daily Mastery Podcast by Robin Sharma

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 3:08


How you perform under pressure depends on how well you've prepared for the battle.Legendary athletes will tell you that games are won before a foot is set on the court (by deep, focused, heroic practice). How easy it is to forget that there can be no mastery without relentless, consistent and brave-hearted practice (especially on the days when you don't feel like practicing). Success is no accident (big idea). So….devote to practice. Nothing wonderful ever comes without practice. It's not just a discipline of the best athletes. It's a discipline of the best human beings. People like you.If you'd like to significantly increase your inspiration via real-world habits and practices that I've previously only shared with many of the world's most successful people including business titans, sports icons and movement-makers, definitely go ahead and read my latest book The Everyday Hero Manifesto.It'll completely upgrade your personal and business life—and protect you from all the negativity and volatility that's everywhere. It's one of the bestselling books in the world right now for a reason: it really really really WORKS.Go ahead and order it here.*****FOLLOW ROBIN SHARMA:InstagramFacebookTwitterYouTube

M.P.I. Radio
11 | Creating Your Perfect Client (Step-By-Step Guide)

M.P.I. Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 33:20


Monster Fuzz
Devote yourself to Santa Muerte

Monster Fuzz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 116:16


Santa Muerte the fastest growing religious variant of catholicism. Santa Muerte is a cool looking Mexican skeleton deity associated with healing, protection and safe delivery to the afterlife. She's also been associated with ritualistic gang killings… Yikes, tune in, find out! Get 20% off + free shipping with the code FUZZ at manscaped.com. That's 20% off + free shipping with the code FUZZ at manscaped.com. It's smooth sack summer boys, get on board or get left behind. Support the pod:www.patreon.com/monsterfuzzCheck out our merch:https://monster-fuzz.creator-spring.comEverything else! www.linktr.ee/monsterfuzz

Big Sky Astrology Podcast
138 | Sagittarius First Quarter: Well, Well (A Deep Subject!)

Big Sky Astrology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 30:18


This week in the Big Sky: Mars dips into Gemini's well to find inspiration for Jupiter's big adventure, while Mercury provides logistical savvy and accounting skills; Venus enters Virgo to celebrate the beauty of everyday life; and the Sagittarius First Quarter Moon launches the great adventure that Jupiter has been preparing us for! Plus: a trip to the Container Store, cheerful pets, and putting it all on red. But first, a big announcement! Coming this Labor Day week, September 5th through 9th, we bring you the Third Annual Big Sky Astrology Podathon, with daily episodes, amazing guest astrologers and prizes … so many prizes! Make a note to check your podcast feed every day that week for a brand new Mooncentric episode! Read a full transcript of this episode. Have a question you'd like answered on the show?  Email April or leave it here! Subscribe to April's mailing list and get a free lunar workbook at each New Moon! Love the show? Make a donation! Big Sky Astrology on Facebook | Instagram |  Twitter |  YouTube Timestamps [0:24] Hear ye, hear ye: The 3rd Annual Big Sky Astrology Podathon is coming your way beginning Sep. 5, with five episodes, interviews with five fabulous astrologers, and a chance to win exciting prizes! [1:24] Mars (Gemini 6°49') sextiles Jupiter in Aries on September 1st at 4:52 am PDT.  There could be an opportunity that requires you to up your game a little bit, and that will mean dipping into your reserves. [4:25] On September 2nd at 6:49 pm PDT, Mercury (Libra 6°39') opposes Jupiter in Aries. Logistical Mercury works with Jupiter in laying down plans for our next great adventure. [7:02] The Moon Report for the week of August 29th! A Sagittarius (11°13') First Quarter Moon on September 3rd at 11:08 am PDT is an excellent time for taking a leap of faith towards an action-packed adventure!  But if you find yourself in an exhausted state, take some time to rest or meditate. This First Quarter Moon is the first action point in the Lunar Gestation Cycle that began at the December 3, 2021 New Moon in Sagittarius. Read more about this cycle here! [12:00] Void-of-Course Moon periods for this week.  August 28th, the Moon in Virgo trines Pluto in Capricorn at 8:08 pm PDT and is void for almost seven hours.  Put out a request for some kind of inspiration in your dream life about how you can more effectively change your daily routines, goals, and health. [13:14] On August 31st, the Moon in Libra squares Pluto at 3:43 am PDT and is void-of-course for about six and a half hours before entering Scorpio at 10:11 am. PDT.  Watch out for rocky interactions with others this morning! [14:22] On September 2nd, the Moon in Scorpio squares Venus (in Leo) at 10:22 am and goes void-of-course for about five and half hours before entering Sagittarius at 3:39 pm PDT.  You may come up against some interactions that don't go that smoothly or leave you feeling not-so- great about yourself.  n the flipside, you could find yourself getting annoyed with someone who is demanding more than their share of attention. [16:18] The Moon in Sagittarius trines Venus on September 4th at 6:51 pm PDT. The Moon will be void-of-course for 15 minutes before it enters Capricorn at 7:03 pm. Use this whopping 15-minute interlude for a relaxing Labor Day weekend gathering! [18:35] Venus enters Virgo on September 4th at 9:05 pm PDT and will be in this sign through September 29th. Venus in Virgo wants us to take a look at what we already have on hand and see what we can do with it to beautify our life, our surroundings, our environment. Appreciate the little things that bring you joy. Devote some quality time to your pets. Spend time in your garden or take a walk outdoors. [22:44] Listener Carmine asks about how to use astrologically fortunate days to best advantage. (Here's the blog post mentioned, from Nightlight Astrology, about a gambling success.) What April wouldn't give for a luckier Jupiter! (If you have a burning question about astrology that you'd like for April to answer, leave a voicemail at speakpipe.com/bigskyastrologypodcast or send an email to april@bigskyastrology.com with "Podcast Question" in the subject line.) [28:35] A Big Sky Astrology shout-out to one of this year's generous donors. Want to make a donation of your own? Got to https://www.bigskyastropod.com, or wait until the Podathon so you can join in on the drawing for several great prizes!

Sales Gravy: Jeb Blount
Be Indispensable to Protect Your Job in a Volatile Economy

Sales Gravy: Jeb Blount

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 7:27 Very Popular


If you want to succeed at any job, make yourself invaluable. Go the extra mile; make them never be able to imagine what life without you there would be like. - Ross Mathews Selling in a crisis is tough. Losing your job during an economic downturn is worse. Now more than ever, you need your income. If you lose your job, there is a much higher probability that you will take a pay cut when you land your next one or end up in a role or company that you dislike.  No Mercy for Anchors The good news for you and sales professionals everywhere is that most organizations and their leaders are smart. They understand that in volatile times like this, they need productive salespeople more than ever. Businesses cannot survive without a steady stream of new sales and loyal customers.  The optimum word here is productive. In a recession, everything and everyone will be examined for its value. If you drain resources rather than generating sales and profits, you are gone. There is no mercy for anchors when the ship is sinking. How to Get Fired in a Crisis: Failure to prospect Low activity and productivity Lose customers Mediocre performance  Poor time management and organization Wasting resources Coasting along Quiet quitting Making excuses Surprising the boss with bad news Complaining Being difficult to work with The bottom line is, when your leadership team is faced with making decisions about sales force reductions, the dead wood gets cut first. Therefore you need to be indispensable to your boss and organization.  Excellence is a Choice Mediocrity, just like excellence, is a choice. Therefore, the most effective way to protect your job is to make the decision to be excellent. Here's how you become indispensable and advance your career in a crisis: Get back to the basics Be fanatical about prospecting and fill your pipeline Sell better Retain your customers Contribute and be a team player Volunteer for projects and always offer to lend a hand Look for ways to add value Consistently ask the boss how you can help Come in early and stay late Give more effort Mentor struggling team members  Contribute in team meetings Attack the day with drive and optimism Be a beacon of light with your positive attitude Go the extra mile Change your way of thinking about work. Devote yourself to your company's survival. Make a commitment to prove your worth to your boss, company, prospects, and customers every day. Be and become a person that your organization cannot live without. Going the Extra Mile  Going the extra mile is powerful in a world where mediocrity is the norm and most people won't. These things may seem small, but in today's world the majority of your competition fails in these obvious areas:  Showing up early for meetings and being prepared  Following up  Checking spelling and grammar on your emails and written documents Always looking, acting, and dressing like a professional Volunteering for special projects Coming in early and staying late Keeping your word  Doing more than is required Really listening to your prospects and looking for ways to solve their problems–regardless of the impact on your commission check  Taking personal responsibility to ensure that your support team follows through on their obligations  Telling the truth when you've made a mistake or cannot come through on a promise Constantly looking for ways to add value and do more A commitment to excellence in everything you do–even when no one is looking Being persistent and relentless Blocking your time and wading through a massive amount of rejection to find people who will buy from you At the end of the day, when you are exhausted, frustrated, and ready to quit, willing yourself to make one more call There are no traffic jams on the extra mile. When you are there, you will stand out and your career will flourish.