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Best podcasts about Each Other

Latest podcast episodes about Each Other

Root For Each Other: A Branches Podcast
Read for Each Other: What Happened to You?

Root For Each Other: A Branches Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 60:54


In another "Read for Each Other" installment of the podcast, Sara and Shannon talk with our editor, Josh, about Branches' most recent staff book club selection, What Happened to You?  by Dr. Bruce Perry and Oprah Winfrey. It's a book about the effects of trauma on the human brain and how a collective mindfulness of trauma could solve chronic social issues, so obviously we're excited to dig in! Join us as we mix in a non-advocate perspective on the book and how awareness of the universal trauma experience is helpful for everyone, not just victim advocates. 

Focus on the Family Broadcast
Enjoying Mealtime As a Family

Focus on the Family Broadcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 27:34


Ted Cunningham offers practical suggestions for making family mealtimes more meaningful in a discussion based on his book "Come to the Family Table: Slowing Down to Enjoy Food, Each Other and Jesus." Get Ted Cunningham's book "Come to the Family Table" for your donation of any amount! Your monthly support helps families thrive. And when you give today, your support will be DOUBLED to Give Families Hope! https://donate.focusonthefamily.com/don-daily-broadcast-product-2021-11-22?refcd=1171402 Get more episode resources: https://www.focusonthefamily.com/episodes/broadcast/enjoying-mealtime-as-a-family/#featured-resource-cta If you've listened to any of our podcasts, please give us your feedback: https://focusonthefamily.com/podcastsurvey/

Our Universal Force - Unlimited Love and Attraction with Ann(e) & Dorian
Our Universal Force Podcast Episode 9 - Jam, Pacific NorthWest, Friends and Family, Interests, Accepting Fantasies

Our Universal Force - Unlimited Love and Attraction with Ann(e) & Dorian

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 99:44


Ann(e) & Dorian bring you Our Universal Force - Unlimited Love and Attraction.  Recorded at Crown Heights Radio in Brooklyn, New York.Episode 8Weekly HighlightsA Jam Called TribeTrip to Washington and OregonJoining Friends and FamilySharing in Each Other's InterestsAccepting Fantasies

Female Startup Club
1 resource, a cheeky non-alc update and a HUGE favour to ask you (let's get to know eachother)

Female Startup Club

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 12:25


FIND THE SURVEY HEREIn this new mini series within the FSC podcast, I'm taking you on the journey while I develop my non alc wine brand and build it in public. Everything from money stuff, to how you divide the company, learnings as we go and the ups & downs of building a CPG brand.If you have something you want me to cover, reach out on Twitter or Instagram.In partnership with Klaviyo, the best email marketing tool for ecommerce businesses.Female Startup Club's YouTubeFemale Startup Club's InstagramDoone's InstagramIn partnership with Klaviyo, the best email marketing tool for ecommerce businesses.Female Startup Club's YouTubeFemale Startup Club's Private Facebook GroupSay hello to Doone: hello@femalestartupclub.comResource: Smart Copy - Snazzy.ai

Your Hope-Filled Perspective with Dr. Michelle Bengtson podcast
135 What it means to live by faith, Unblinded Faith

Your Hope-Filled Perspective with Dr. Michelle Bengtson podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 28:13


Episode Summary: In this episode, I talk with Elisa Pulliam about how we can know Jesus better, gain insight and wisdom through believing God's word, and what it truly means to live by faith, Unblinded Faith. Quotables from the episode: “Unblinded Faith is both for those who have never met Jesus before and want to know, who is God and how do you get to know Him, and what is His truth. But I think there's too many of us that as believers that live blinded, we don't see by faith what God has for us. And so, it was kind of a, two pillars, is the best way to describe it.” “I was trying to live out the hope of Christ, the story of Christ, the promises of God, without allowing them to apply to everything I had already been through in my past…” “My life has been built upon the principles of what I call trap and transform. So, trap is ‘take captive every thought and make it obedient to Christ' which is 2 Corinthians 10:5 and then transform is Romans 12:2, ‘be transformed by the renewing of your mind.'” “How do we get ourselves into God's Word and have a deeper desire to have a fresh encounter with God every day, not just for the past but for the now and the future?” “I began to realize that the foundational principles of God's sovereignty, His faithfulness, His kindness, His anger, His wrath, all of it, was shaped through the 18 years that we lived at the boarding school and because of that many of the truths that I was drawn to write about had stories that were related to those years where we lived there.” What can a reader expect when she reads this book? “That people would not walk away feeling like they knew me better but that they knew Jesus better.” How is this devotional different from others? “My hope would be that it creates a pattern for women to end Unblinded Faith and say, hey, I can continue to do this on my own in the Word. And at the same time, it provides a tool for when they're feeling flat, and distant from God and they feel lost, they can pull it out and say I'm going to go through this again and she what God has for me next time” “You don't get spiritually connected to God if you don't connect with God” “I would like to see women walk away and realize that they've seen Him move in their life in a new way that they wouldn't have seen, because they weren't previously looking.” Scripture Referenced: 2 Corinthians 10:5 “We destroy every proud obstacle that keeps people from knowing God. We capture their rebellious thoughts and teach them to obey Christ.” Romans 12:2 “Don't copy the behavior and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will learn to know God's will for you, which is good and pleasing and perfect.” Recommended Resources: Unblinded Faith: Gaining Spiritual Insight Through Believing God's Word by Elisa Pulliam  Impact Together: Biblical Mentoring Simplified by Elisa Pulliam  Brave Together: Devoted to God and Each Other by Elisa Pulliam  Journey to Freedom: A Bible Study on Identity for Teen Girls by Elisa Pulliam Meet the New You: A 21-Day Plan for Embracing Fresh Attitudes and Focused Habits for Real Life Change by Elisa Pulliam Holy Whole: Guiding You Into Wellness Through Wholehearted Devotion to God by Elisa Pulliam  Do You Struggle to Believe God? Revive & Thrive Online Women's Conference Trusting God through Cancer 1  Trusting God through Cancer 2 Breaking Anxiety's Grip: How to Reclaim the Peace God Promises by Dr. Michelle Bengtson Breaking Anxiety's Grip Free Study Guide Hope Prevails: Insights from a Doctor's Personal Journey Through Depression by Dr. Michelle Bengtson, winner of the Christian Literary Award Reader's Choice Award Hope Prevails Bible Study by Dr. Michelle Bengtson, winner of the Christian Literary Award Reader's Choice Award   Social Media Links for Host and Guest: Connect with Elisa Pulliam: Website / Facebook / Instagram / Pinterest For more hope, stay connected with Dr. Bengtson at: Order Book Breaking Anxiety's Grip / Order Book HopePrevails /  Website  /  Blog  / Facebook / Facebook Twitter (@DrMBengtson)  /  LinkedIn /  Instagram  / Pinterest / YouTube   Guest: Elisa Pulliam is passionate about helping women experience a fresh encounter with God and His Word for the sake of impacting the next generation with Kingdom Hope. Her latest book, “Unblinded Faith: Gaining Spiritual Sight through Believing God's Word,” is described as “more than a devotional, it's a tool for growing deep spiritual roots.” Elisa is the founder of More to Be, a ministry devoted to equipping women with biblical resources, coaching, and mentor training. She also is the owner of the Kaleo Agency, and as a creative strategist, she helps female entrepreneurs, coaches, and writers develop their brand marketing in order to convey their message and maximize their mission with ease. Hosted By: Dr. Michelle Bengtson Audio Technical Support: Bryce Bengtson

Richard Skipper Celebrates
Richard Skipper Celebrates Renée Taylor (11/09/2021)

Richard Skipper Celebrates

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 62:00


For Video Edition, Please Click and Subscribe Here:  https://youtu.be/RRe3aT2kTfQ Renée Taylor was born in the Bronx, New York to Frieda (née Silverstein) and Charles Wexler. She grew up in South Beach Florida where eventually, after years of success, she was given the key to the city. She worked as a comedian in the early 1960s at the New York City nightclub BonSoir where her opening act was a then unknown Barbra Streisand. Taylor earned notice for her portrayal of Eva Braun in Mel Brooks' The Producers (1967), and continued to act in several film, television, and theater productions. However, despite an impressive 50-year resume, she is best remembered as Sylvia Fine, the overbearing, classic Jewish mother of Fran Drescher's title character in The Nanny. After marrying actor Joseph Bologna in 1965, Taylor and Bologna co-wrote the Broadway hit comedy, 'Lovers and Other Strangers' and received an Oscar nomination for writing the 1970 film adaptation. They wrote and co-starred in the romantic comedy, Made for Each Other (1971), and won an Emmy for writing the 1973 TV special, Acts of Love and Other Comedies (1973). They also co-directed and co- starred in the film, It Had to Be You (1989), adapted from their play. Their famous interfaith marriage was blessed by the Pope, the Dalai Lama and Marianne Williamson. She has one son, Gabriel Bologna (b. April 1, 1969), who directed his parents in the newly released interfaith, dance comedy film, Tango Shalom, Joseph's last performance. The elder Bologna also co- wrote the script. Taylor currently lives in Los Angeles and recently became a great grandmother. https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0853041 https://www.tangoshalommovie.com/

Theology Mix Network
Rough Cut Men: A Conversation with David Dusek

Theology Mix Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 27:10


What the world needs more of are men who are spiritually equipped to enter the battlefield of life with the same commitment and strength they would in major conflict. Today's guest is David Dusek. David is an author and popular speaker to the military, to men's groups, and to men's conventions around the world. He is the author of the book, Rough Cut Men: A Man's Battle Guide to Building Relationships with Each Other and with Jesus. David travels the world […] The post Rough Cut Men: A Conversation with David Dusek appeared first on Theology Mix.

Youth Ministry Maverick: Hosted by Jeff Harding
Episode 70: A Servant To All

Youth Ministry Maverick: Hosted by Jeff Harding

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 52:56


When we encourage our students to engage with others about Jesus, are we expecting them to simply persuade their friends that they need Christ...or are we also teaching them how to have healthy dialogue? If everyone is made in the image of God, whether or not they have trusted Christ, they are valuable people who deserve our love, care, and attention. Also, there are always deep-rooted reasons and experiences we don't have that have helped that person form their perspective; therefore, we always have much to learn from others. Corey Nathan joins Jeff to talk about his conversion story, and how he came to develop the open forum of dialogue known as the "Talkin' Politics & Religion Without Killin' Each Other" podcast. Subscribe to the TP&R podcast here. Access Corey's LinkedIn profile here.

Rabbi Daniel Kalish Shas Illuminated
Yidden Are Responsible for Each Other by Rabbi Daniel Kalish

Rabbi Daniel Kalish Shas Illuminated

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 52:46


Yidden Are Responsible for Each Other in Chessed by Rabbi Daniel Kalish

Rabbi Daniel Kalish Shas Illuminated
Beshalach- Yidden Are Responsible for Each Other by Rabbi Daniel Kalish

Rabbi Daniel Kalish Shas Illuminated

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 19:28


Beshalach- Yidden Are Responsible for Each Other in Beshalach by Rabbi Daniel Kalish

The Commercial Break
EP115: WTF Chuck!?

The Commercial Break

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 66:32


Bryan tells Krissy about a woman in N.Y. suing Kellogg Pop Tart for lack of nutritional value. He recalls a time he should have sued for food related trauma and they wonder what kind of meat in Subway meat. Then they review some dating rules from the 1950's and are reminded that even 70 years ago "Hey!" was not a great pick-up line. Finally, it's a Love Connection date Chuck Woolery won't soon forget as Bryan tells Hoadley about his womanly legs!LINKS:Want a TCB limited edition collectible sticker? Each series sticker is limited and first come, first serve. Click HERE to find out how!Send us show ideas, comments, questions  or hate mail by texting us or leaving a voicemail at 1-661-Best-2-Yo (1.661.237.8296)Watch Us on YouTubeTCB Live On Fireside AppAll Sponsor Codes & Links Get A Free DOZEN Tamales From Texas Lone Star Tamales (Use Code TCB at Checkout)Streamlight Lending By SunTrust Bank (Use Code TCB for additional interest savings)BeachBound is beach focused vacation travel planning agency...online!Special Thanks:Special Thanks To Moon Cheese For The Snacks! Use Code TCB For 15% Off Moon Cheese Products...Click HereSpecial Thanks To Project Pollo Our Vegan Burgers!Studio Snacks Provided By Siete Chips! (Try The Fuego Flavor!)Castbox is the TCB publishing partner . Download The App Here!New Episodes on Tuesdays and now Fridays everywhere you listen to podcasts!1-(661)-BEST-2-YO  |  (1-661-237-8296)

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The Travel Guys
Travel Guy with Mark Hoffman

The Travel Guys

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 41:21


In the Travel News, hotel occupancy in the US hits a post-COVID high over Columbus Day weekend, and the White House says the vaccine mandate won't get in the way of holiday travel. Hotel taxes are climbing in Hawaii, Lyft finally shares a report on sexual assaults. Maybe we should have seen these numbers earlier. Our Smarter Traveler segment takes a look at on board airline etiquette. Perhaps we could agree to treat EACH OTHER in a more upbeat fashion when we fly. Mark and Tom have some suggestions. Tipping is sort of a personal thing. There are lots of different opinions. We have a “Tipping Test” to let you know if you are up-to-date on tipping customs in the United States. In the second half of the show, we invite you to call and take the test on line. Along the way, let's share “pet airline peeves….like the swinging backpack.”

Ear Hustlin' 404: The Podcast
Episode 87| Day Bather

Ear Hustlin' 404: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 91:41


Don, Bigg Doom, & India Talk Hot Tops/Hot Drops and Girls Talking to Older Men! (10:34) Red Coldhearted & Talk Her Music Journey, Playboy Carti Snippets, Apparel Brand, Would You Rathers, My boo vs Swing My Way, Red Flags, Martin & Gina or Jay & Kyle. (46:30) Britt Joins & Talks How to Be A Good Wing Man, Taking Care of Each Other's Kids In a Relationship, What to wear when Its Grown Folks Time, Showering After Sex, Ear Hustlin' Segment, & More! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/earhustlin404/support

Marked Safe: A Disaster Podcast
Here for the Party: Yoshihiro Hattori

Marked Safe: A Disaster Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 65:32


This week, we put on our gray business suits and campaign in Ohio, Brianne reveals herself to be a villain, an alligator in someone's pants emerges as a frontrunner, the Midwestern food bracket elicits a strong emotional response, Melanie hopes for a big snake, America is nothing to get excited about, Melanie disrespects the wishes of rougarous and gets spiderwebs in her bush, a self-proclaimed country boy is a reliable employee at Winn-Dixie and not much else, and Lex is in trouble.Content warnings: broken neck, racism, gun violence, death of teenager/grief of parents.Links:Acquittal in Doorstep Killing of Japanese StudentANGRY JAPAN LAYS TO REST STUDENT SHOT DEAD IN U.S. CEASE FIREDefense Depicts Japanese Boy as 'Scary'Each Other's ArmsHattori v. PeairsHistory of BradyHow could it happen here?I have lived in the monsterJury Acquits Man Who Shot Japanese YouthJustice Files: Get Your GunLouisiana 'Freeze' shooting tragedy remembered 20 years onLouisiana LawsMan Who Shot Japanese Student Doesn't Want His Pistol BackParents of slain Japanese student winShooting of Yoshihiro HattoriTHE CASTLE DOCTRINE AND STAND-YOUR-GROUND LAWYoshi Hattori Memorial ScholarshipYoshihiro Hattori: The door knock that killed a Japanese teenager in US

Red, Blue, and Brady
150: The Importance of Conversation (and Pizza)

Red, Blue, and Brady

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 34:50


How can we have better conversations with those we disagree with -- or, at the very least, think we disagree with? How can gun owners and non-gun owners, all of whom support gun violence prevention, bridge the gaps in their understanding? And, at the end of the day, how do we let people know we love them?To answer all these questions and more, hosts Kelly and JJ are joined by hosts of podcast Tactical American Conversations,  Remmington Campbell and Chase Williams. Together, we break down common missteps and misconceptions in conversation, as well as how to better communicate with one another. Mentioned in this podcast:The TAC Team Story (TAC)How To Have Civil Conversations (Forbes) How To Talk Politics Without Letting Things Turn Ugly (NPR)21 Americans With Opposing Views on Guns Sat Down to Talk to Each Other. Here's What They Discovered (Time) Cultural Competence Classes (Walk the Talk America)For more information on Brady, follow us on social media @Bradybuzz or visit our website at bradyunited.org.Full transcripts and bibliographies of this episode are available at bradyunited.org/podcast.National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255.Music provided by: David “Drumcrazie” CurbySpecial thanks to Hogan Lovells for their long-standing legal support℗&©2019 Red, Blue, and BradySupport the show (https://www.bradyunited.org/donate)

Free Forum with Terrence McNally
Episode 528: Facebook Doesn’t Care-SHERRY TURKLE(2011)-ALONE TOGETHER: Why We expect More from Technology, Less from Each other

Free Forum with Terrence McNally

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 55:40


Frances Haugen, the Facebook whistleblower, could not have been clearer. “Time and again I saw conflicts of interest between what was good for the public and what was good for Facebook. Facebook, over and over again, chose to optimize for its own interests… if they change the algorithm to be safer, people will spend less time on the site, they'll click on less ads, Facebook will make less money.” Sounds like a good time to listen to my 2011 conversation with Sherry Turkle, Professor of the Social Studies of Science and Technology at MIT, about her book ALONE TOGETHER Why We Expect More from Technology, Less from Each Other.

Each Other's Mothers Podcast
S1E29 | Return of EOM!

Each Other's Mothers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 59:48


Each Other's Mothers is BACK after a month hiatus! Hear what the pals have been up to while Johanna and Connor recap their comedy trip to Austin, Texas. Stand Up Comedians Johanna POS Medranda, Carolyn PC Paul, and Connor MiddleGround Meade drop a fresh steamy episode every Thursday night for your audible and visual [YouTube] needs! Every week we cover current events, celebrity rumors, phact checks, and bad advice. Join us as we teach you nothing and show you the funny in everything. Let's cry. Let's laugh. Let's mother each other. See you next Thursday! Produced by Ellen Stachowicz | Recorded at HMC Studios IG @eachothers.motherspod @johanna.medranda @chuffschmitz @connormedian @david_she_roth --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Morning Stream
TMS 2184: This Podcast is SO Gross

The Morning Stream

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 95:00


The Pipes of Bag. Shaka, When the Clothes Fell. Mandolindelorean. Kenly and Jenner - The weird Harp Twins. Grandma Outruns Prisoners. From Whisky to Nuts. Alas, Poor Robert Urich. Ace Ventura Poop Detective. We Had Our Violins, Now We Have Our Sax!! Get Dressed & Exit The Vehicle! Love the weiner. Hate the buns. I've got an organ! Walk Down the Wrong Hallway to Set Up a Conflict. The One Where They Throw Wrenches at Each Other. Throwing Wrenches at Each Other with JuRY Rotten Young and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.

The FrogPants Studios Ultra Feed!
TMS 2184: This Podcast is SO Gross

The FrogPants Studios Ultra Feed!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 95:00


The Pipes of Bag. Shaka, When the Clothes Fell. Mandolindelorean. Kenly and Jenner - The weird Harp Twins. Grandma Outruns Prisoners. From Whisky to Nuts. Alas, Poor Robert Urich. Ace Ventura Poop Detective. We Had Our Violins, Now We Have Our Sax!! Get Dressed & Exit The Vehicle! Love the weiner. Hate the buns. I've got an organ! Walk Down the Wrong Hallway to Set Up a Conflict. The One Where They Throw Wrenches at Each Other. Throwing Wrenches at Each Other with JuRY Rotten Young and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.

Stud City
Neither of Us Like Eachother (a freestyle rap)

Stud City

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 64:36


Hey Studs! On today's episode, Beau and Cody start the pod with a little freestyle rapping. Then they delve deep into the days news. We talk the new movies that came out, us hating each other and so so so so much more. Enjoy!

Something You Should Know
Why It's So Hard to Eat Healthy & The Amazing Ways All Humans are Connected

Something You Should Know

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 49:02


Jet lag can cause a trip to get off to a tough start. This episode begins with some simple and effective ways to minimize the effects of jet lag so your trip can get good, right from the start. https://www.webmd.com/sleep-disorders/features/jet-lag-remedies Despite all the advances in health and medicine, one thing that has gotten substantially worse is the overweight and obesity problem. Why is it that in the 21st century, so many people make food choices that cause them to be gain weight and be unhealthy? Jack Bobo has explored this for his book Why Smart People Make Bad Food Choices (https://amzn.to/2ZhLYlz) and joins me with some fascinating data. Jack was recognized by Scientific American in 2015 as one of the 100 most influential people in biotechnology. He is a global thought leader who has delivered more than 500 speeches in 50 countries and has advised four U. S. Secretaries of State on food and agriculture. We like to think of ourselves as independent beings but actually, we are all connected in ways you can't even imagine. That's according to Tom Oliver, professor of ecology at the University of Reading and author of the book The Self Delusion: The Surprising Science of Our Connection to Each Other and the Natural World (https://amzn.to/2XF9xEa). Tom believes we are not as autonomous as we think we are, and we are constantly changing because of the people and world around us although much of it happens below the radar. For generations kids have had piggy banks to keep their money. But have you ever wondered why they are called piggy banks? What do pigs have to do with it? Surprisingly little as you will hear me explain. https://www.paragonbank.co.uk/blog/origins-of-the-piggy-bank PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS! We really enjoy The Jordan Harbinger Show and we think you will as well! Check out https://jordanharbinger.com/start OR search for The Jordan Harbinger Show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts.  Go to https://Backcountry.com/SYSK to get 15% OFF your first full-priced purchase. Get a $75 CREDIT at https://Indeed.com/Something Get $15 off your first box of premium seafood when you visit https://WildAlaskanCompany.com/Something Design like a pro with Canva Pro! Get a FREE 45 day extended trial at https://canva.me/something Your fitness is essential! Join Planet Fitness now at https://planetfitness.com Firstleaf – the wine club designed with you in mind! Join today and you'll get 6 bottles of wine for $29.95 and free shipping! Just go to https://tryfirstleaf.com/SOMETHING Omaha Steaks is the best! Get awesome pricing at https://OmahaSteaks.com/BMT Visit https://www.remymartin.com/en-us/ to learn more about their exceptional spirits! https://www.geico.com Bundle your policies and save! It's Geico easy! Never try to beat a train across the tracks. Stop. Trains can't. Paid for by NHTSA Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Take A Knee For Marvel Vs DC
Episode 138- Love Eachother

Take A Knee For Marvel Vs DC

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 61:35


New episode is out!!! This week we talk about the latest episodes of Marvels What If, DC Titans, and answer a listener question. Recorded 9/25/21Twitter: @knee4marvelvsdcEmail: Knee4marvelvsdc@godefylife.comVoicemail: 804-518-6631

ESV: Every Day in the Word
September 26: Song of Solomon 5–8; Hebrews 2; Psalm 80; Proverbs 24:13–14

ESV: Every Day in the Word

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 27:27


Old Testament: Song of Solomon 5–8 Song of Solomon 5–8 (Listen) He 5   I came to my garden, my sister, my bride,    I gathered my myrrh with my spice,    I ate my honeycomb with my honey,    I drank my wine with my milk. Others   Eat, friends, drink,    and be drunk with love! The Bride Searches for Her Beloved She 2   I slept, but my heart was awake.  A sound! My beloved is knocking.  “Open to me, my sister, my love,    my dove, my perfect one,  for my head is wet with dew,    my locks with the drops of the night.”3   I had put off my garment;    how could I put it on?  I had bathed my feet;    how could I soil them?4   My beloved put his hand to the latch,    and my heart was thrilled within me.5   I arose to open to my beloved,    and my hands dripped with myrrh,  my fingers with liquid myrrh,    on the handles of the bolt.6   I opened to my beloved,    but my beloved had turned and gone.  My soul failed me when he spoke.  I sought him, but found him not;    I called him, but he gave no answer.7   The watchmen found me    as they went about in the city;  they beat me, they bruised me,    they took away my veil,    those watchmen of the walls.8   I adjure you, O daughters of Jerusalem,    if you find my beloved,  that you tell him    I am sick with love. Others 9   What is your beloved more than another beloved,    O most beautiful among women?  What is your beloved more than another beloved,    that you thus adjure us? The Bride Praises Her Beloved She 10   My beloved is radiant and ruddy,    distinguished among ten thousand.11   His head is the finest gold;    his locks are wavy,    black as a raven.12   His eyes are like doves    beside streams of water,  bathed in milk,    sitting beside a full pool.113   His cheeks are like beds of spices,    mounds of sweet-smelling herbs.  His lips are lilies,    dripping liquid myrrh.14   His arms are rods of gold,    set with jewels.  His body is polished ivory,2    bedecked with sapphires.315   His legs are alabaster columns,    set on bases of gold.  His appearance is like Lebanon,    choice as the cedars.16   His mouth4 is most sweet,    and he is altogether desirable.  This is my beloved and this is my friend,    O daughters of Jerusalem. Others 6   Where has your beloved gone,    O most beautiful among women?  Where has your beloved turned,    that we may seek him with you? Together in the Garden of Love She 2   My beloved has gone down to his garden    to the beds of spices,  to graze5 in the gardens    and to gather lilies.3   I am my beloved's and my beloved is mine;    he grazes among the lilies. Solomon and His Bride Delight in Each Other He 4   You are beautiful as Tirzah, my love,    lovely as Jerusalem,    awesome as an army with banners.5   Turn away your eyes from me,    for they overwhelm me—  Your hair is like a flock of goats    leaping down the slopes of Gilead.6   Your teeth are like a flock of ewes    that have come up from the washing;  all of them bear twins;    not one among them has lost its young.7   Your cheeks are like halves of a pomegranate    behind your veil.8   There are sixty queens and eighty concubines,    and virgins without number.9   My dove, my perfect one, is the only one,    the only one of her mother,    pure to her who bore her.  The young women saw her and called her blessed;    the queens and concubines also, and they praised her. 10   “Who is this who looks down like the dawn,    beautiful as the moon, bright as the sun,    awesome as an army with banners?” She 11   I went down to the nut orchard    to look at the blossoms of the valley,  to see whether the vines had budded,    whether the pomegranates were in bloom.12   Before I was aware, my desire set me    among the chariots of my kinsman, a prince.6 Others 13   7 Return, return, O Shulammite,    return, return, that we may look upon you. He   Why should you look upon the Shulammite,    as upon a dance before two armies?8   7 How beautiful are your feet in sandals,    O noble daughter!  Your rounded thighs are like jewels,    the work of a master hand.2   Your navel is a rounded bowl    that never lacks mixed wine.  Your belly is a heap of wheat,    encircled with lilies.3   Your two breasts are like two fawns,    twins of a gazelle.4   Your neck is like an ivory tower.  Your eyes are pools in Heshbon,    by the gate of Bath-rabbim.  Your nose is like a tower of Lebanon,    which looks toward Damascus.5   Your head crowns you like Carmel,    and your flowing locks are like purple;    a king is held captive in the tresses. 6   How beautiful and pleasant you are,    O loved one, with all your delights!97   Your stature is like a palm tree,    and your breasts are like its clusters.8   I say I will climb the palm tree    and lay hold of its fruit.  Oh may your breasts be like clusters of the vine,    and the scent of your breath like apples,9   and your mouth10 like the best wine. She   It goes down smoothly for my beloved,    gliding over lips and teeth.11 10   I am my beloved's,    and his desire is for me. The Bride Gives Her Love 11   Come, my beloved,    let us go out into the fields    and lodge in the villages;1212   let us go out early to the vineyards    and see whether the vines have budded,  whether the grape blossoms have opened    and the pomegranates are in bloom.  There I will give you my love.13   The mandrakes give forth fragrance,    and beside our doors are all choice fruits,  new as well as old,    which I have laid up for you, O my beloved. Longing for Her Beloved 8   Oh that you were like a brother to me    who nursed at my mother's breasts!  If I found you outside, I would kiss you,    and none would despise me.2   I would lead you and bring you    into the house of my mother—    she who used to teach me.  I would give you spiced wine to drink,    the juice of my pomegranate.3   His left hand is under my head,    and his right hand embraces me!4   I adjure you, O daughters of Jerusalem,    that you not stir up or awaken love    until it pleases. 5   Who is that coming up from the wilderness,    leaning on her beloved?   Under the apple tree I awakened you.  There your mother was in labor with you;    there she who bore you was in labor. 6   Set me as a seal upon your heart,    as a seal upon your arm,  for love is strong as death,    jealousy13 is fierce as the grave.14  Its flashes are flashes of fire,    the very flame of the LORD.7   Many waters cannot quench love,    neither can floods drown it.  If a man offered for love    all the wealth of his house,    he15 would be utterly despised. Final Advice Others 8   We have a little sister,    and she has no breasts.  What shall we do for our sister    on the day when she is spoken for?9   If she is a wall,    we will build on her a battlement of silver,  but if she is a door,    we will enclose her with boards of cedar. She 10   I was a wall,    and my breasts were like towers;  then I was in his eyes    as one who finds16 peace. 11   Solomon had a vineyard at Baal-hamon;    he let out the vineyard to keepers;    each one was to bring for its fruit a thousand pieces of silver.12   My vineyard, my very own, is before me;    you, O Solomon, may have the thousand,    and the keepers of the fruit two hundred. He 13   O you who dwell in the gardens,    with companions listening for your voice;    let me hear it. She 14   Make haste, my beloved,    and be like a gazelle  or a young stag    on the mountains of spices. Footnotes [1] 5:12 The meaning of the Hebrew is uncertain [2] 5:14 The meaning of the Hebrew word is uncertain [3] 5:14 Hebrew lapis lazuli [4] 5:16 Hebrew palate [5] 6:2 Or to pasture his flock; also verse 3 [6] 6:12 Or chariots of Ammi-Nadib [7] 6:13 Ch 7:1 in Hebrew [8] 6:13 Or dance of Mahanaim [9] 7:6 Or among delights [10] 7:9 Hebrew palate [11] 7:9 Septuagint, Syriac, Vulgate; Hebrew causing the lips of sleepers to speak, or gliding over the lips of those who sleep [12] 7:11 Or among the henna plants [13] 8:6 Or ardor [14] 8:6 Hebrew as Sheol [15] 8:7 Or it [16] 8:10 Or brings out (ESV) New Testament: Hebrews 2 Hebrews 2 (Listen) Warning Against Neglecting Salvation 2 Therefore we must pay much closer attention to what we have heard, lest we drift away from it. 2 For since the message declared by angels proved to be reliable, and every transgression or disobedience received a just retribution, 3 how shall we escape if we neglect such a great salvation? It was declared at first by the Lord, and it was attested to us by those who heard, 4 while God also bore witness by signs and wonders and various miracles and by gifts of the Holy Spirit distributed according to his will. The Founder of Salvation 5 For it was not to angels that God subjected the world to come, of which we are speaking. 6 It has been testified somewhere,   “What is man, that you are mindful of him,    or the son of man, that you care for him?7   You made him for a little while lower than the angels;    you have crowned him with glory and honor,18     putting everything in subjection under his feet.” Now in putting everything in subjection to him, he left nothing outside his control. At present, we do not yet see everything in subjection to him. 9 But we see him who for a little while was made lower than the angels, namely Jesus, crowned with glory and honor because of the suffering of death, so that by the grace of God he might taste death for everyone. 10 For it was fitting that he, for whom and by whom all things exist, in bringing many sons to glory, should make the founder of their salvation perfect through suffering. 11 For he who sanctifies and those who are sanctified all have one source.2 That is why he is not ashamed to call them brothers,3 12 saying,

ESV: Through the Bible in a Year
September 26: Song of Solomon 5–8; Psalm 80; Acts 3

ESV: Through the Bible in a Year

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 28:45


Old Testament: Song of Solomon 5–8 Song of Solomon 5–8 (Listen) He 5   I came to my garden, my sister, my bride,    I gathered my myrrh with my spice,    I ate my honeycomb with my honey,    I drank my wine with my milk. Others   Eat, friends, drink,    and be drunk with love! The Bride Searches for Her Beloved She 2   I slept, but my heart was awake.  A sound! My beloved is knocking.  “Open to me, my sister, my love,    my dove, my perfect one,  for my head is wet with dew,    my locks with the drops of the night.”3   I had put off my garment;    how could I put it on?  I had bathed my feet;    how could I soil them?4   My beloved put his hand to the latch,    and my heart was thrilled within me.5   I arose to open to my beloved,    and my hands dripped with myrrh,  my fingers with liquid myrrh,    on the handles of the bolt.6   I opened to my beloved,    but my beloved had turned and gone.  My soul failed me when he spoke.  I sought him, but found him not;    I called him, but he gave no answer.7   The watchmen found me    as they went about in the city;  they beat me, they bruised me,    they took away my veil,    those watchmen of the walls.8   I adjure you, O daughters of Jerusalem,    if you find my beloved,  that you tell him    I am sick with love. Others 9   What is your beloved more than another beloved,    O most beautiful among women?  What is your beloved more than another beloved,    that you thus adjure us? The Bride Praises Her Beloved She 10   My beloved is radiant and ruddy,    distinguished among ten thousand.11   His head is the finest gold;    his locks are wavy,    black as a raven.12   His eyes are like doves    beside streams of water,  bathed in milk,    sitting beside a full pool.113   His cheeks are like beds of spices,    mounds of sweet-smelling herbs.  His lips are lilies,    dripping liquid myrrh.14   His arms are rods of gold,    set with jewels.  His body is polished ivory,2    bedecked with sapphires.315   His legs are alabaster columns,    set on bases of gold.  His appearance is like Lebanon,    choice as the cedars.16   His mouth4 is most sweet,    and he is altogether desirable.  This is my beloved and this is my friend,    O daughters of Jerusalem. Others 6   Where has your beloved gone,    O most beautiful among women?  Where has your beloved turned,    that we may seek him with you? Together in the Garden of Love She 2   My beloved has gone down to his garden    to the beds of spices,  to graze5 in the gardens    and to gather lilies.3   I am my beloved's and my beloved is mine;    he grazes among the lilies. Solomon and His Bride Delight in Each Other He 4   You are beautiful as Tirzah, my love,    lovely as Jerusalem,    awesome as an army with banners.5   Turn away your eyes from me,    for they overwhelm me—  Your hair is like a flock of goats    leaping down the slopes of Gilead.6   Your teeth are like a flock of ewes    that have come up from the washing;  all of them bear twins;    not one among them has lost its young.7   Your cheeks are like halves of a pomegranate    behind your veil.8   There are sixty queens and eighty concubines,    and virgins without number.9   My dove, my perfect one, is the only one,    the only one of her mother,    pure to her who bore her.  The young women saw her and called her blessed;    the queens and concubines also, and they praised her. 10   “Who is this who looks down like the dawn,    beautiful as the moon, bright as the sun,    awesome as an army with banners?” She 11   I went down to the nut orchard    to look at the blossoms of the valley,  to see whether the vines had budded,    whether the pomegranates were in bloom.12   Before I was aware, my desire set me    among the chariots of my kinsman, a prince.6 Others 13   7 Return, return, O Shulammite,    return, return, that we may look upon you. He   Why should you look upon the Shulammite,    as upon a dance before two armies?8   7 How beautiful are your feet in sandals,    O noble daughter!  Your rounded thighs are like jewels,    the work of a master hand.2   Your navel is a rounded bowl    that never lacks mixed wine.  Your belly is a heap of wheat,    encircled with lilies.3   Your two breasts are like two fawns,    twins of a gazelle.4   Your neck is like an ivory tower.  Your eyes are pools in Heshbon,    by the gate of Bath-rabbim.  Your nose is like a tower of Lebanon,    which looks toward Damascus.5   Your head crowns you like Carmel,    and your flowing locks are like purple;    a king is held captive in the tresses. 6   How beautiful and pleasant you are,    O loved one, with all your delights!97   Your stature is like a palm tree,    and your breasts are like its clusters.8   I say I will climb the palm tree    and lay hold of its fruit.  Oh may your breasts be like clusters of the vine,    and the scent of your breath like apples,9   and your mouth10 like the best wine. She   It goes down smoothly for my beloved,    gliding over lips and teeth.11 10   I am my beloved's,    and his desire is for me. The Bride Gives Her Love 11   Come, my beloved,    let us go out into the fields    and lodge in the villages;1212   let us go out early to the vineyards    and see whether the vines have budded,  whether the grape blossoms have opened    and the pomegranates are in bloom.  There I will give you my love.13   The mandrakes give forth fragrance,    and beside our doors are all choice fruits,  new as well as old,    which I have laid up for you, O my beloved. Longing for Her Beloved 8   Oh that you were like a brother to me    who nursed at my mother's breasts!  If I found you outside, I would kiss you,    and none would despise me.2   I would lead you and bring you    into the house of my mother—    she who used to teach me.  I would give you spiced wine to drink,    the juice of my pomegranate.3   His left hand is under my head,    and his right hand embraces me!4   I adjure you, O daughters of Jerusalem,    that you not stir up or awaken love    until it pleases. 5   Who is that coming up from the wilderness,    leaning on her beloved?   Under the apple tree I awakened you.  There your mother was in labor with you;    there she who bore you was in labor. 6   Set me as a seal upon your heart,    as a seal upon your arm,  for love is strong as death,    jealousy13 is fierce as the grave.14  Its flashes are flashes of fire,    the very flame of the LORD.7   Many waters cannot quench love,    neither can floods drown it.  If a man offered for love    all the wealth of his house,    he15 would be utterly despised. Final Advice Others 8   We have a little sister,    and she has no breasts.  What shall we do for our sister    on the day when she is spoken for?9   If she is a wall,    we will build on her a battlement of silver,  but if she is a door,    we will enclose her with boards of cedar. She 10   I was a wall,    and my breasts were like towers;  then I was in his eyes    as one who finds16 peace. 11   Solomon had a vineyard at Baal-hamon;    he let out the vineyard to keepers;    each one was to bring for its fruit a thousand pieces of silver.12   My vineyard, my very own, is before me;    you, O Solomon, may have the thousand,    and the keepers of the fruit two hundred. He 13   O you who dwell in the gardens,    with companions listening for your voice;    let me hear it. She 14   Make haste, my beloved,    and be like a gazelle  or a young stag    on the mountains of spices. Footnotes [1] 5:12 The meaning of the Hebrew is uncertain [2] 5:14 The meaning of the Hebrew word is uncertain [3] 5:14 Hebrew lapis lazuli [4] 5:16 Hebrew palate [5] 6:2 Or to pasture his flock; also verse 3 [6] 6:12 Or chariots of Ammi-Nadib [7] 6:13 Ch 7:1 in Hebrew [8] 6:13 Or dance of Mahanaim [9] 7:6 Or among delights [10] 7:9 Hebrew palate [11] 7:9 Septuagint, Syriac, Vulgate; Hebrew causing the lips of sleepers to speak, or gliding over the lips of those who sleep [12] 7:11 Or among the henna plants [13] 8:6 Or ardor [14] 8:6 Hebrew as Sheol [15] 8:7 Or it [16] 8:10 Or brings out (ESV) Psalm: Psalm 80 Psalm 80 (Listen) Restore Us, O God To the choirmaster: according to Lilies. A Testimony. Of Asaph, a Psalm. 80   Give ear, O Shepherd of Israel,    you who lead Joseph like a flock.  You who are enthroned upon the cherubim, shine forth.2     Before Ephraim and Benjamin and Manasseh,  stir up your might    and come to save us! 3   Restore us,1 O God;    let your face shine, that we may be saved! 4   O LORD God of hosts,    how long will you be angry with your people's prayers?5   You have fed them with the bread of tears    and given them tears to drink in full measure.6   You make us an object of contention for our neighbors,    and our enemies laugh among themselves. 7   Restore us, O God of hosts;    let your face shine, that we may be saved! 8   You brought a vine out of Egypt;    you drove out the nations and planted it.9   You cleared the ground for it;    it took deep root and filled the land.10   The mountains were covered with its shade,    the mighty cedars

ESV: Through the Bible in a Year
September 25: Song of Solomon 1–4; Psalm 79; Acts 2

ESV: Through the Bible in a Year

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 33:41


Old Testament: Song of Solomon 1–4 Song of Solomon 1–4 (Listen) 1 The Song of Songs, which is Solomon's. The Bride Confesses Her Love She1 2   Let him kiss me with the kisses of his mouth!  For your love is better than wine;3     your anointing oils are fragrant;  your name is oil poured out;    therefore virgins love you.4   Draw me after you; let us run.    The king has brought me into his chambers. Others   We will exult and rejoice in you;    we will extol your love more than wine;    rightly do they love you. She 5   I am very dark, but lovely,    O daughters of Jerusalem,  like the tents of Kedar,    like the curtains of Solomon.6   Do not gaze at me because I am dark,    because the sun has looked upon me.  My mother's sons were angry with me;    they made me keeper of the vineyards,    but my own vineyard I have not kept!7   Tell me, you whom my soul loves,    where you pasture your flock,    where you make it lie down at noon;  for why should I be like one who veils herself    beside the flocks of your companions? Solomon and His Bride Delight in Each Other He 8   If you do not know,    O most beautiful among women,  follow in the tracks of the flock,    and pasture your young goats    beside the shepherds' tents. 9   I compare you, my love,    to a mare among Pharaoh's chariots.10   Your cheeks are lovely with ornaments,    your neck with strings of jewels. Others 11   We will make for you2 ornaments of gold,    studded with silver. She 12   While the king was on his couch,    my nard gave forth its fragrance.13   My beloved is to me a sachet of myrrh    that lies between my breasts.14   My beloved is to me a cluster of henna blossoms    in the vineyards of Engedi. He 15   Behold, you are beautiful, my love;    behold, you are beautiful;    your eyes are doves. She 16   Behold, you are beautiful, my beloved, truly delightful.  Our couch is green;17     the beams of our house are cedar;    our rafters are pine. 2   I am a rose3 of Sharon,    a lily of the valleys. He 2   As a lily among brambles,    so is my love among the young women. She 3   As an apple tree among the trees of the forest,    so is my beloved among the young men.  With great delight I sat in his shadow,    and his fruit was sweet to my taste.4   He brought me to the banqueting house,4    and his banner over me was love.5   Sustain me with raisins;    refresh me with apples,    for I am sick with love.6   His left hand is under my head,    and his right hand embraces me!7   I adjure you,5 O daughters of Jerusalem,    by the gazelles or the does of the field,  that you not stir up or awaken love    until it pleases. The Bride Adores Her Beloved 8   The voice of my beloved!    Behold, he comes,  leaping over the mountains,    bounding over the hills.9   My beloved is like a gazelle    or a young stag.  Behold, there he stands    behind our wall,  gazing through the windows,    looking through the lattice.10   My beloved speaks and says to me:  “Arise, my love, my beautiful one,    and come away,11   for behold, the winter is past;    the rain is over and gone.12   The flowers appear on the earth,    the time of singing6 has come,  and the voice of the turtledove    is heard in our land.13   The fig tree ripens its figs,    and the vines are in blossom;    they give forth fragrance.  Arise, my love, my beautiful one,    and come away.14   O my dove, in the clefts of the rock,    in the crannies of the cliff,  let me see your face,    let me hear your voice,  for your voice is sweet,    and your face is lovely.15   Catch the foxes7 for us,    the little foxes  that spoil the vineyards,    for our vineyards are in blossom.” 16   My beloved is mine, and I am his;    he grazes8 among the lilies.17   Until the day breathes    and the shadows flee,  turn, my beloved, be like a gazelle    or a young stag on cleft mountains.9 The Bride's Dream 3   On my bed by night  I sought him whom my soul loves;    I sought him, but found him not.2   I will rise now and go about the city,    in the streets and in the squares;  I will seek him whom my soul loves.    I sought him, but found him not.3   The watchmen found me    as they went about in the city.  “Have you seen him whom my soul loves?”4   Scarcely had I passed them    when I found him whom my soul loves.  I held him, and would not let him go    until I had brought him into my mother's house,    and into the chamber of her who conceived me.5   I adjure you, O daughters of Jerusalem,    by the gazelles or the does of the field,  that you not stir up or awaken love    until it pleases. Solomon Arrives for the Wedding 6   What is that coming up from the wilderness    like columns of smoke,  perfumed with myrrh and frankincense,    with all the fragrant powders of a merchant?7   Behold, it is the litter10 of Solomon!  Around it are sixty mighty men,    some of the mighty men of Israel,8   all of them wearing swords    and expert in war,  each with his sword at his thigh,    against terror by night.9   King Solomon made himself a carriage11    from the wood of Lebanon.10   He made its posts of silver,    its back of gold, its seat of purple;  its interior was inlaid with love    by the daughters of Jerusalem.11   Go out, O daughters of Zion,    and look upon King Solomon,  with the crown with which his mother crowned him    on the day of his wedding,    on the day of the gladness of his heart. Solomon Admires His Bride's Beauty He 4   Behold, you are beautiful, my love,    behold, you are beautiful!  Your eyes are doves    behind your veil.  Your hair is like a flock of goats    leaping down the slopes of Gilead.2   Your teeth are like a flock of shorn ewes    that have come up from the washing,  all of which bear twins,    and not one among them has lost its young.3   Your lips are like a scarlet thread,    and your mouth is lovely.  Your cheeks are like halves of a pomegranate    behind your veil.4   Your neck is like the tower of David,    built in rows of stone;12  on it hang a thousand shields,    all of them shields of warriors.5   Your two breasts are like two fawns,    twins of a gazelle,    that graze among the lilies.6   Until the day breathes    and the shadows flee,  I will go away to the mountain of myrrh    and the hill of frankincense.7   You are altogether beautiful, my love;    there is no flaw in you.8   Come with me from Lebanon, my bride;    come with me from Lebanon.  Depart13 from the peak of Amana,    from the peak of Senir and Hermon,  from the dens of lions,    from the mountains of leopards. 9   You have captivated my heart, my sister, my bride;    you have captivated my heart with one glance of your eyes,    with one jewel of your necklace.10   How beautiful is your love, my sister, my bride!    How much better is your love than wine,    and the fragrance of your oils than any spice!11   Your lips drip nectar, my bride;    honey and milk are under your tongue;    the fragrance of your garments is like the fragrance of Lebanon.12   A garden locked is my sister, my bride,    a spring locked, a fountain sealed.13   Your shoots are an orchard of pomegranates    with all choicest fruits,    henna with nard,14   nard and saffron, calamus and cinnamon,    with all trees of frankincense,  myrrh and aloes,    with all choice spices—15   a garden fountain, a well of living water,    and flowing streams from Lebanon. 16   Awake, O north wind,    and come, O south wind!  Blow upon my garden,    let its spices flow. Together in the Garden of Love She   Let my beloved come to his garden,    and eat its choicest fruits. Footnotes [1] 1:2 The translators have added speaker identifications based on the gender and number of the Hebrew words [2] 1:11 The Hebrew for you is feminine singular [3] 2:1 Probably a bulb, such as a crocus, asphodel, or narcissus [4] 2:4 Hebrew the house of wine [5] 2:7 That is, I put you on oath; so throughout the Song [6] 2:12 Or pruning [7] 2:15 Or jackals [8] 2:16 Or he pastures his flock [9] 2:17 Or mountains of Bether [10] 3:7 That is, the couch on which servants carry a king [11] 3:9 Or sedan chair [12] 4:4 The meaning of the Hebrew word is uncertain [13] 4:8 Or Look (ESV) Psalm: Psalm 79 Psalm 79 (Listen) How Long, O Lord? A Psalm of Asaph. 79   O God, the nations have come into your inheritance;    they have defiled your holy temple;    they have laid Jerusalem in ruins.2   They have given the bodies of your servants    to the birds of the heavens for food,    the flesh of your faithful to the beasts of the earth.3   They have poured out their blood like water    all around Jerusalem,    and there was no one to bury them.4   We have become a taunt to our neighbors,    mocked and derided by those around us. 5   How long, O LORD? Will you be angry forever?    Will your jealousy burn like fire?6   Pour out your anger on the nations    that do not know you,  and on the kingdoms    that do not call upon your name!7   For they have devoured Jacob    and laid waste his habitation. 8   Do not remember against us our former iniquities;1    let your compassion come speedily to meet us,    for we are brought very low.9   Help us, O God of our salvation,    for the glory of your name;  deliver us, and atone for our sins,    for your name's sake!10   Why should the nations say,    “Where is their God?”  Let the avenging of the outpoured blood of your servants    be known among the nations before our eyes! 11  

ESV: Every Day in the Word
September 25: Song of Solomon 1–4; Hebrews 1; Psalm 79; Proverbs 24:11–12

ESV: Every Day in the Word

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 26:16


Old Testament: Song of Solomon 1–4 Song of Solomon 1–4 (Listen) 1 The Song of Songs, which is Solomon's. The Bride Confesses Her Love She1 2   Let him kiss me with the kisses of his mouth!  For your love is better than wine;3     your anointing oils are fragrant;  your name is oil poured out;    therefore virgins love you.4   Draw me after you; let us run.    The king has brought me into his chambers. Others   We will exult and rejoice in you;    we will extol your love more than wine;    rightly do they love you. She 5   I am very dark, but lovely,    O daughters of Jerusalem,  like the tents of Kedar,    like the curtains of Solomon.6   Do not gaze at me because I am dark,    because the sun has looked upon me.  My mother's sons were angry with me;    they made me keeper of the vineyards,    but my own vineyard I have not kept!7   Tell me, you whom my soul loves,    where you pasture your flock,    where you make it lie down at noon;  for why should I be like one who veils herself    beside the flocks of your companions? Solomon and His Bride Delight in Each Other He 8   If you do not know,    O most beautiful among women,  follow in the tracks of the flock,    and pasture your young goats    beside the shepherds' tents. 9   I compare you, my love,    to a mare among Pharaoh's chariots.10   Your cheeks are lovely with ornaments,    your neck with strings of jewels. Others 11   We will make for you2 ornaments of gold,    studded with silver. She 12   While the king was on his couch,    my nard gave forth its fragrance.13   My beloved is to me a sachet of myrrh    that lies between my breasts.14   My beloved is to me a cluster of henna blossoms    in the vineyards of Engedi. He 15   Behold, you are beautiful, my love;    behold, you are beautiful;    your eyes are doves. She 16   Behold, you are beautiful, my beloved, truly delightful.  Our couch is green;17     the beams of our house are cedar;    our rafters are pine. 2   I am a rose3 of Sharon,    a lily of the valleys. He 2   As a lily among brambles,    so is my love among the young women. She 3   As an apple tree among the trees of the forest,    so is my beloved among the young men.  With great delight I sat in his shadow,    and his fruit was sweet to my taste.4   He brought me to the banqueting house,4    and his banner over me was love.5   Sustain me with raisins;    refresh me with apples,    for I am sick with love.6   His left hand is under my head,    and his right hand embraces me!7   I adjure you,5 O daughters of Jerusalem,    by the gazelles or the does of the field,  that you not stir up or awaken love    until it pleases. The Bride Adores Her Beloved 8   The voice of my beloved!    Behold, he comes,  leaping over the mountains,    bounding over the hills.9   My beloved is like a gazelle    or a young stag.  Behold, there he stands    behind our wall,  gazing through the windows,    looking through the lattice.10   My beloved speaks and says to me:  “Arise, my love, my beautiful one,    and come away,11   for behold, the winter is past;    the rain is over and gone.12   The flowers appear on the earth,    the time of singing6 has come,  and the voice of the turtledove    is heard in our land.13   The fig tree ripens its figs,    and the vines are in blossom;    they give forth fragrance.  Arise, my love, my beautiful one,    and come away.14   O my dove, in the clefts of the rock,    in the crannies of the cliff,  let me see your face,    let me hear your voice,  for your voice is sweet,    and your face is lovely.15   Catch the foxes7 for us,    the little foxes  that spoil the vineyards,    for our vineyards are in blossom.” 16   My beloved is mine, and I am his;    he grazes8 among the lilies.17   Until the day breathes    and the shadows flee,  turn, my beloved, be like a gazelle    or a young stag on cleft mountains.9 The Bride's Dream 3   On my bed by night  I sought him whom my soul loves;    I sought him, but found him not.2   I will rise now and go about the city,    in the streets and in the squares;  I will seek him whom my soul loves.    I sought him, but found him not.3   The watchmen found me    as they went about in the city.  “Have you seen him whom my soul loves?”4   Scarcely had I passed them    when I found him whom my soul loves.  I held him, and would not let him go    until I had brought him into my mother's house,    and into the chamber of her who conceived me.5   I adjure you, O daughters of Jerusalem,    by the gazelles or the does of the field,  that you not stir up or awaken love    until it pleases. Solomon Arrives for the Wedding 6   What is that coming up from the wilderness    like columns of smoke,  perfumed with myrrh and frankincense,    with all the fragrant powders of a merchant?7   Behold, it is the litter10 of Solomon!  Around it are sixty mighty men,    some of the mighty men of Israel,8   all of them wearing swords    and expert in war,  each with his sword at his thigh,    against terror by night.9   King Solomon made himself a carriage11    from the wood of Lebanon.10   He made its posts of silver,    its back of gold, its seat of purple;  its interior was inlaid with love    by the daughters of Jerusalem.11   Go out, O daughters of Zion,    and look upon King Solomon,  with the crown with which his mother crowned him    on the day of his wedding,    on the day of the gladness of his heart. Solomon Admires His Bride's Beauty He 4   Behold, you are beautiful, my love,    behold, you are beautiful!  Your eyes are doves    behind your veil.  Your hair is like a flock of goats    leaping down the slopes of Gilead.2   Your teeth are like a flock of shorn ewes    that have come up from the washing,  all of which bear twins,    and not one among them has lost its young.3   Your lips are like a scarlet thread,    and your mouth is lovely.  Your cheeks are like halves of a pomegranate    behind your veil.4   Your neck is like the tower of David,    built in rows of stone;12  on it hang a thousand shields,    all of them shields of warriors.5   Your two breasts are like two fawns,    twins of a gazelle,    that graze among the lilies.6   Until the day breathes    and the shadows flee,  I will go away to the mountain of myrrh    and the hill of frankincense.7   You are altogether beautiful, my love;    there is no flaw in you.8   Come with me from Lebanon, my bride;    come with me from Lebanon.  Depart13 from the peak of Amana,    from the peak of Senir and Hermon,  from the dens of lions,    from the mountains of leopards. 9   You have captivated my heart, my sister, my bride;    you have captivated my heart with one glance of your eyes,    with one jewel of your necklace.10   How beautiful is your love, my sister, my bride!    How much better is your love than wine,    and the fragrance of your oils than any spice!11   Your lips drip nectar, my bride;    honey and milk are under your tongue;    the fragrance of your garments is like the fragrance of Lebanon.12   A garden locked is my sister, my bride,    a spring locked, a fountain sealed.13   Your shoots are an orchard of pomegranates    with all choicest fruits,    henna with nard,14   nard and saffron, calamus and cinnamon,    with all trees of frankincense,  myrrh and aloes,    with all choice spices—15   a garden fountain, a well of living water,    and flowing streams from Lebanon. 16   Awake, O north wind,    and come, O south wind!  Blow upon my garden,    let its spices flow. Together in the Garden of Love She   Let my beloved come to his garden,    and eat its choicest fruits. Footnotes [1] 1:2 The translators have added speaker identifications based on the gender and number of the Hebrew words [2] 1:11 The Hebrew for you is feminine singular [3] 2:1 Probably a bulb, such as a crocus, asphodel, or narcissus [4] 2:4 Hebrew the house of wine [5] 2:7 That is, I put you on oath; so throughout the Song [6] 2:12 Or pruning [7] 2:15 Or jackals [8] 2:16 Or he pastures his flock [9] 2:17 Or mountains of Bether [10] 3:7 That is, the couch on which servants carry a king [11] 3:9 Or sedan chair [12] 4:4 The meaning of the Hebrew word is uncertain [13] 4:8 Or Look (ESV) New Testament: Hebrews 1 Hebrews 1 (Listen) The Supremacy of God's Son 1 Long ago, at many times and in many ways, God spoke to our fathers by the prophets, 2 but in these last days he has spoken to us by his Son, whom he appointed the heir of all things, through whom also he created the world. 3 He is the radiance of the glory of God and the exact imprint of his nature, and he upholds the universe by the word of his power. After making purification for sins, he sat down at the right hand of the Majesty on high, 4 having become as much superior to angels as the name he has inherited is more excellent than theirs. 5 For to which of the angels did God ever say,   “You are my Son,    today I have begotten you”? Or again,   “I will be to him a father,    and he shall be to me a son”? 6 And again, when he brings the firstborn into the world, he says,   “Let all God's angels worship him.” 7 Of the angels he says,   “He makes his angels winds,    and his ministers a flame of fire.” 8 But of the Son he says,   “Your throne, O God, is forever and ever,    the scepter of uprightness is the scepter of your kingdom.9   You have loved righteousness and hated wickedness;  therefore God, your God, has anointed you    with the oil of gladness beyond your companions.” 10 And,   “You, Lord, laid the foundation of the earth in the beginning,    and the heavens are the work of your hands;11   they will perish, but you remain;    they will all wear out like a garment,12   like a robe you will roll them up,    like a garment they will be changed.

ESV: Read through the Bible
September 23: Song of Solomon 6–8; Galatians 1

ESV: Read through the Bible

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 17:33


Morning: Song of Solomon 6–8 Song of Solomon 6–8 (Listen) Others 6   Where has your beloved gone,    O most beautiful among women?  Where has your beloved turned,    that we may seek him with you? Together in the Garden of Love She 2   My beloved has gone down to his garden    to the beds of spices,  to graze1 in the gardens    and to gather lilies.3   I am my beloved's and my beloved is mine;    he grazes among the lilies. Solomon and His Bride Delight in Each Other He 4   You are beautiful as Tirzah, my love,    lovely as Jerusalem,    awesome as an army with banners.5   Turn away your eyes from me,    for they overwhelm me—  Your hair is like a flock of goats    leaping down the slopes of Gilead.6   Your teeth are like a flock of ewes    that have come up from the washing;  all of them bear twins;    not one among them has lost its young.7   Your cheeks are like halves of a pomegranate    behind your veil.8   There are sixty queens and eighty concubines,    and virgins without number.9   My dove, my perfect one, is the only one,    the only one of her mother,    pure to her who bore her.  The young women saw her and called her blessed;    the queens and concubines also, and they praised her. 10   “Who is this who looks down like the dawn,    beautiful as the moon, bright as the sun,    awesome as an army with banners?” She 11   I went down to the nut orchard    to look at the blossoms of the valley,  to see whether the vines had budded,    whether the pomegranates were in bloom.12   Before I was aware, my desire set me    among the chariots of my kinsman, a prince.2 Others 13   3 Return, return, O Shulammite,    return, return, that we may look upon you. He   Why should you look upon the Shulammite,    as upon a dance before two armies?4   7 How beautiful are your feet in sandals,    O noble daughter!  Your rounded thighs are like jewels,    the work of a master hand.2   Your navel is a rounded bowl    that never lacks mixed wine.  Your belly is a heap of wheat,    encircled with lilies.3   Your two breasts are like two fawns,    twins of a gazelle.4   Your neck is like an ivory tower.  Your eyes are pools in Heshbon,    by the gate of Bath-rabbim.  Your nose is like a tower of Lebanon,    which looks toward Damascus.5   Your head crowns you like Carmel,    and your flowing locks are like purple;    a king is held captive in the tresses. 6   How beautiful and pleasant you are,    O loved one, with all your delights!57   Your stature is like a palm tree,    and your breasts are like its clusters.8   I say I will climb the palm tree    and lay hold of its fruit.  Oh may your breasts be like clusters of the vine,    and the scent of your breath like apples,9   and your mouth6 like the best wine. She   It goes down smoothly for my beloved,    gliding over lips and teeth.7 10   I am my beloved's,    and his desire is for me. The Bride Gives Her Love 11   Come, my beloved,    let us go out into the fields    and lodge in the villages;812   let us go out early to the vineyards    and see whether the vines have budded,  whether the grape blossoms have opened    and the pomegranates are in bloom.  There I will give you my love.13   The mandrakes give forth fragrance,    and beside our doors are all choice fruits,  new as well as old,    which I have laid up for you, O my beloved. Longing for Her Beloved 8   Oh that you were like a brother to me    who nursed at my mother's breasts!  If I found you outside, I would kiss you,    and none would despise me.2   I would lead you and bring you    into the house of my mother—    she who used to teach me.  I would give you spiced wine to drink,    the juice of my pomegranate.3   His left hand is under my head,    and his right hand embraces me!4   I adjure you, O daughters of Jerusalem,    that you not stir up or awaken love    until it pleases. 5   Who is that coming up from the wilderness,    leaning on her beloved?   Under the apple tree I awakened you.  There your mother was in labor with you;    there she who bore you was in labor. 6   Set me as a seal upon your heart,    as a seal upon your arm,  for love is strong as death,    jealousy9 is fierce as the grave.10  Its flashes are flashes of fire,    the very flame of the LORD.7   Many waters cannot quench love,    neither can floods drown it.  If a man offered for love    all the wealth of his house,    he11 would be utterly despised. Final Advice Others 8   We have a little sister,    and she has no breasts.  What shall we do for our sister    on the day when she is spoken for?9   If she is a wall,    we will build on her a battlement of silver,  but if she is a door,    we will enclose her with boards of cedar. She 10   I was a wall,    and my breasts were like towers;  then I was in his eyes    as one who finds12 peace. 11   Solomon had a vineyard at Baal-hamon;    he let out the vineyard to keepers;    each one was to bring for its fruit a thousand pieces of silver.12   My vineyard, my very own, is before me;    you, O Solomon, may have the thousand,    and the keepers of the fruit two hundred. He 13   O you who dwell in the gardens,    with companions listening for your voice;    let me hear it. She 14   Make haste, my beloved,    and be like a gazelle  or a young stag    on the mountains of spices. Footnotes [1] 6:2 Or to pasture his flock; also verse 3 [2] 6:12 Or chariots of Ammi-Nadib [3] 6:13 Ch 7:1 in Hebrew [4] 6:13 Or dance of Mahanaim [5] 7:6 Or among delights [6] 7:9 Hebrew palate [7] 7:9 Septuagint, Syriac, Vulgate; Hebrew causing the lips of sleepers to speak, or gliding over the lips of those who sleep [8] 7:11 Or among the henna plants [9] 8:6 Or ardor [10] 8:6 Hebrew as Sheol [11] 8:7 Or it [12] 8:10 Or brings out (ESV) Evening: Galatians 1 Galatians 1 (Listen) Greeting 1 Paul, an apostle—not from men nor through man, but through Jesus Christ and God the Father, who raised him from the dead—2 and all the brothers1 who are with me, To the churches of Galatia: 3 Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ, 4 who gave himself for our sins to deliver us from the present evil age, according to the will of our God and Father, 5 to whom be the glory forever and ever. Amen. No Other Gospel 6 I am astonished that you are so quickly deserting him who called you in the grace of Christ and are turning to a different gospel—7 not that there is another one, but there are some who trouble you and want to distort the gospel of Christ. 8 But even if we or an angel from heaven should preach to you a gospel contrary to the one we preached to you, let him be accursed. 9 As we have said before, so now I say again: If anyone is preaching to you a gospel contrary to the one you received, let him be accursed. 10 For am I now seeking the approval of man, or of God? Or am I trying to please man? If I were still trying to please man, I would not be a servant2 of Christ. Paul Called by God 11 For I would have you know, brothers, that the gospel that was preached by me is not man's gospel.3 12 For I did not receive it from any man, nor was I taught it, but I received it through a revelation of Jesus Christ. 13 For you have heard of my former life in Judaism, how I persecuted the church of God violently and tried to destroy it. 14 And I was advancing in Judaism beyond many of my own age among my people, so extremely zealous was I for the traditions of my fathers. 15 But when he who had set me apart before I was born,4 and who called me by his grace, 16 was pleased to reveal his Son to5 me, in order that I might preach him among the Gentiles, I did not immediately consult with anyone;6 17 nor did I go up to Jerusalem to those who were apostles before me, but I went away into Arabia, and returned again to Damascus. 18 Then after three years I went up to Jerusalem to visit Cephas and remained with him fifteen days. 19 But I saw none of the other apostles except James the Lord's brother. 20 (In what I am writing to you, before God, I do not lie!) 21 Then I went into the regions of Syria and Cilicia. 22 And I was still unknown in person to the churches of Judea that are in Christ. 23 They only were hearing it said, “He who used to persecute us is now preaching the faith he once tried to destroy.” 24 And they glorified God because of me. Footnotes [1] 1:2 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 verse 11 [2] 1:10 For the contextual rendering of the Greek word doulos, see Preface [3] 1:11 Greek not according to man [4] 1:15 Greek set me apart from my mother's womb [5] 1:16 Greek in [6] 1:16 Greek with flesh and blood (ESV)

ESV: Read through the Bible
September 21: Song of Solomon 1–3; 2 Corinthians 12

ESV: Read through the Bible

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 19:59


Morning: Song of Solomon 1–3 Song of Solomon 1–3 (Listen) 1 The Song of Songs, which is Solomon's. The Bride Confesses Her Love She1 2   Let him kiss me with the kisses of his mouth!  For your love is better than wine;3     your anointing oils are fragrant;  your name is oil poured out;    therefore virgins love you.4   Draw me after you; let us run.    The king has brought me into his chambers. Others   We will exult and rejoice in you;    we will extol your love more than wine;    rightly do they love you. She 5   I am very dark, but lovely,    O daughters of Jerusalem,  like the tents of Kedar,    like the curtains of Solomon.6   Do not gaze at me because I am dark,    because the sun has looked upon me.  My mother's sons were angry with me;    they made me keeper of the vineyards,    but my own vineyard I have not kept!7   Tell me, you whom my soul loves,    where you pasture your flock,    where you make it lie down at noon;  for why should I be like one who veils herself    beside the flocks of your companions? Solomon and His Bride Delight in Each Other He 8   If you do not know,    O most beautiful among women,  follow in the tracks of the flock,    and pasture your young goats    beside the shepherds' tents. 9   I compare you, my love,    to a mare among Pharaoh's chariots.10   Your cheeks are lovely with ornaments,    your neck with strings of jewels. Others 11   We will make for you2 ornaments of gold,    studded with silver. She 12   While the king was on his couch,    my nard gave forth its fragrance.13   My beloved is to me a sachet of myrrh    that lies between my breasts.14   My beloved is to me a cluster of henna blossoms    in the vineyards of Engedi. He 15   Behold, you are beautiful, my love;    behold, you are beautiful;    your eyes are doves. She 16   Behold, you are beautiful, my beloved, truly delightful.  Our couch is green;17     the beams of our house are cedar;    our rafters are pine. 2   I am a rose3 of Sharon,    a lily of the valleys. He 2   As a lily among brambles,    so is my love among the young women. She 3   As an apple tree among the trees of the forest,    so is my beloved among the young men.  With great delight I sat in his shadow,    and his fruit was sweet to my taste.4   He brought me to the banqueting house,4    and his banner over me was love.5   Sustain me with raisins;    refresh me with apples,    for I am sick with love.6   His left hand is under my head,    and his right hand embraces me!7   I adjure you,5 O daughters of Jerusalem,    by the gazelles or the does of the field,  that you not stir up or awaken love    until it pleases. The Bride Adores Her Beloved 8   The voice of my beloved!    Behold, he comes,  leaping over the mountains,    bounding over the hills.9   My beloved is like a gazelle    or a young stag.  Behold, there he stands    behind our wall,  gazing through the windows,    looking through the lattice.10   My beloved speaks and says to me:  “Arise, my love, my beautiful one,    and come away,11   for behold, the winter is past;    the rain is over and gone.12   The flowers appear on the earth,    the time of singing6 has come,  and the voice of the turtledove    is heard in our land.13   The fig tree ripens its figs,    and the vines are in blossom;    they give forth fragrance.  Arise, my love, my beautiful one,    and come away.14   O my dove, in the clefts of the rock,    in the crannies of the cliff,  let me see your face,    let me hear your voice,  for your voice is sweet,    and your face is lovely.15   Catch the foxes7 for us,    the little foxes  that spoil the vineyards,    for our vineyards are in blossom.” 16   My beloved is mine, and I am his;    he grazes8 among the lilies.17   Until the day breathes    and the shadows flee,  turn, my beloved, be like a gazelle    or a young stag on cleft mountains.9 The Bride's Dream 3   On my bed by night  I sought him whom my soul loves;    I sought him, but found him not.2   I will rise now and go about the city,    in the streets and in the squares;  I will seek him whom my soul loves.    I sought him, but found him not.3   The watchmen found me    as they went about in the city.  “Have you seen him whom my soul loves?”4   Scarcely had I passed them    when I found him whom my soul loves.  I held him, and would not let him go    until I had brought him into my mother's house,    and into the chamber of her who conceived me.5   I adjure you, O daughters of Jerusalem,    by the gazelles or the does of the field,  that you not stir up or awaken love    until it pleases. Solomon Arrives for the Wedding 6   What is that coming up from the wilderness    like columns of smoke,  perfumed with myrrh and frankincense,    with all the fragrant powders of a merchant?7   Behold, it is the litter10 of Solomon!  Around it are sixty mighty men,    some of the mighty men of Israel,8   all of them wearing swords    and expert in war,  each with his sword at his thigh,    against terror by night.9   King Solomon made himself a carriage11    from the wood of Lebanon.10   He made its posts of silver,    its back of gold, its seat of purple;  its interior was inlaid with love    by the daughters of Jerusalem.11   Go out, O daughters of Zion,    and look upon King Solomon,  with the crown with which his mother crowned him    on the day of his wedding,    on the day of the gladness of his heart. Footnotes [1] 1:2 The translators have added speaker identifications based on the gender and number of the Hebrew words [2] 1:11 The Hebrew for you is feminine singular [3] 2:1 Probably a bulb, such as a crocus, asphodel, or narcissus [4] 2:4 Hebrew the house of wine [5] 2:7 That is, I put you on oath; so throughout the Song [6] 2:12 Or pruning [7] 2:15 Or jackals [8] 2:16 Or he pastures his flock [9] 2:17 Or mountains of Bether [10] 3:7 That is, the couch on which servants carry a king [11] 3:9 Or sedan chair (ESV) Evening: 2 Corinthians 12 2 Corinthians 12 (Listen) Paul's Visions and His Thorn 12 I must go on boasting. Though there is nothing to be gained by it, I will go on to visions and revelations of the Lord. 2 I know a man in Christ who fourteen years ago was caught up to the third heaven—whether in the body or out of the body I do not know, God knows. 3 And I know that this man was caught up into paradise—whether in the body or out of the body I do not know, God knows—4 and he heard things that cannot be told, which man may not utter. 5 On behalf of this man I will boast, but on my own behalf I will not boast, except of my weaknesses—6 though if I should wish to boast, I would not be a fool, for I would be speaking the truth; but I refrain from it, so that no one may think more of me than he sees in me or hears from me. 7 So to keep me from becoming conceited because of the surpassing greatness of the revelations,1 a thorn was given me in the flesh, a messenger of Satan to harass me, to keep me from becoming conceited. 8 Three times I pleaded with the Lord about this, that it should leave me. 9 But he said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore I will boast all the more gladly of my weaknesses, so that the power of Christ may rest upon me. 10 For the sake of Christ, then, I am content with weaknesses, insults, hardships, persecutions, and calamities. For when I am weak, then I am strong. Concern for the Corinthian Church 11 I have been a fool! You forced me to it, for I ought to have been commended by you. For I was not at all inferior to these super-apostles, even though I am nothing. 12 The signs of a true apostle were performed among you with utmost patience, with signs and wonders and mighty works. 13 For in what were you less favored than the rest of the churches, except that I myself did not burden you? Forgive me this wrong! 14 Here for the third time I am ready to come to you. And I will not be a burden, for I seek not what is yours but you. For children are not obligated to save up for their parents, but parents for their children. 15 I will most gladly spend and be spent for your souls. If I love you more, am I to be loved less? 16 But granting that I myself did not burden you, I was crafty, you say, and got the better of you by deceit. 17 Did I take advantage of you through any of those whom I sent to you? 18 I urged Titus to go, and sent the brother with him. Did Titus take advantage of you? Did we not act in the same spirit? Did we not take the same steps? 19 Have you been thinking all along that we have been defending ourselves to you? It is in the sight of God that we have been speaking in Christ, and all for your upbuilding, beloved. 20 For I fear that perhaps when I come I may find you not as I wish, and that you may find me not as you wish—that perhaps there may be quarreling, jealousy, anger, hostility, slander, gossip, conceit, and disorder. 21 I fear that when I come again my God may humble me before you, and I may have to mourn over many of those who sinned earlier and have not repented of the impurity, sexual immorality, and sensuality that they have practiced. Footnotes [1] 12:7 Or hears from me, even because of the surpassing greatness of the revelations. So to keep me from becoming conceited (ESV)

Haymarket Books Live
Islamophobia and the Politics of Empire, Twenty Years After 9-11 w/ Deepa Kumar, Naomi Klein, & more

Haymarket Books Live

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 85:55


Join Deepa Kumar, Noura Erakat, Naomi Klein, Jasbir Puar, and Keenaga-Yamahtta Taylor to discuss Islamophobia and the Politics of Empire. In Islamophobia and the Politics of Empire, leading scholar Deepa Kumar traces the history of Islamophobia from the 16th century to the “War on Terror.” In the twenty years since 9/11, she writes, Islamophobia has functioned in the United States both as a set of coercive policies and as a body of ideas that take various forms: liberal, conservative, and rightwing. This particular form of bigotry continues to have horrific consequences not only for people in Muslim-majority countries who become the targets of an endless War on Terror, but for Muslims and those who “look Muslim” in the West as well. Importantly, Kumar contends that Islamophobia is not simply religious intolerance or the reaction of an empire in crisis; it must be recognized instead as racism—the kind that manifests in mass surveillance, arbitrary arrests, and deportation, much like other forms of centuries-old systemic racism. And this anti-Muslim racism in turn sustains empire. Order a Copy of Islamophobia: https://www.versobooks.com/books/3839-islamophobia-and-the-politics-of-empire Speakers: Noura Erakat is a human rights attorney, Associate Professor of Africana Studies at Rutgers University, and non-resident fellow of the Religious Literacy Project at Harvard Divinity School. Noura is the author of Justice for Some: Law and the Question of Palestine. She is co-founding editor of Jadaliyya and editorial board member of the Journal of Palestine Studies. Noura has also produced video documentaries, including "Gaza In Context" and "Black Palestinian Solidarity." She has appeared on CBS News, CNN, Fox News, and NPR, among others. Naomi Klein is the bestselling author of The Shock Doctrine, This Changes Everything, No Is Not Enough, and the young adult book How to Change Everything: The Young Human's Guide to Protecting the Planet and Each Other. She is Senior Correspondent for The Intercept, a Puffin Writing Fellow at Type Media Center and Professor of Climate Justice at the University of British Columbia. Deepa Kumar is an award-winning scholar and social justice activist. She is Professor of Media Studies at Rutgers University. Her critically acclaimed book Islamophobia and the Politics of Empire (2012) has been translated into five languages. The second and fully revised edition, published in 2021, marks twenty years of the War on Terror. Dr. Kumar has authored more than 80 books, journal articles, book chapters, and articles in independent and mainstream media. She has shared her expertise in numerous media outlets such as the BBC, The New York Times, NPR, USA Today, the Danish Broadcast Corporation, TeleSur and other national and international news media outlets. Jasbir K. Puar is Professor of Women's and Gender Studies at Rutgers University. She is the author of the award-winning books The Right to Maim: Debility, Capacity, Disability, and Terrorist Assemblages: Homonationalism in Queer Times. Her scholarly and mainstream writings have been translated into more than 15 languages. Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor writes and speaks on Black politics, social movements, and racial inequality in the United States. ​She is author of Race for Profit: How Banks and the Real Estate Industry Undermined Black Homeownership, which was a semifinalist for the 2019 National Book Award and a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in History in 2020. She is a contributing writer at The New Yorker, and a Professor of African American Studies at Princeton University. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- This event is co-sponsored by Haymarket Books and Verso Books. Watch the live event recording: https://youtu.be/XoyuCSmd-JA Buy books from Haymarket: www.haymarketbooks.org Follow us on Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/haymarketbooks

I Am Refocused Podcast Show
Actress RENEE TAYLOR of THE NANNY, BOB'S BURGERS and new film TANGO SHALOM, now in theaters

I Am Refocused Podcast Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 3:33


RENEE TAYLOR BIOTaylor worked as a comedian in the early 1960s at the New York City nightclub Bon Soir. Her opening act was a then-unknown Barbra Streisand. In 1968, Taylor played an actress portraying Eva Braun in Mel Brooks' feature film The Producers, a role she got while performing the play Luv with Gene Wilder, whom Brooks decided to cast as protagonist Leo Bloom.Taylor and her husband, Joseph Bologna, co-wrote the Broadway hit comedy Lovers and Other Strangers and received Oscar nominations for having written the 1970 film adaptation. In 1971, the couple co-wrote and starred in the film Made for Each Other. A 1985 offering of theirs included the two-character comedy title It Had to Be You. The story concerns two entertainers who meet, fall in love, eventually irritate each other, and decide to marry and collaborate on playwriting together. Taylor and Bologna also co-wrote and starred in the television show Bedrooms, a series of four skits on love which Jeff Jarvis in People called "cute (if slightly off-color)." In 1996, after a several year hiatus, Taylor and her husband co-wrote and acted in the film Love Is All There Is, the story of two Italian-American families who must learn to get along when their son and daughter decide to get married. In the mid-1990s, Taylor and Bologna wrote and produced the off-Broadway play Bermuda Avenue Triangle. From 1992-94, Taylor played the overbearing Jewish mother of Brian Benben's lead character on the HBO series Dream On. In 1993, she was cast as the mother of Richard Lewis, and the ex-wife of Don Rickles, in the Fox sitcom Daddy Dearest, which was canceled after a two-month run in the fall. Also in 1993, Taylor was slated for sporadic guest appearances on the new CBS sitcom The Nanny, playing Sylvia Fine, the mother of Fran Drescher's title character. After the cancellation of Daddy Dearest, Taylor was upgraded to a recurring cast member during the first season of The Nanny and eventually a full-time cast member by the third season. Her roles on the two broadcast network series were concurrent with her work on Dream On. Taylor is most often recognized for her role in The Nanny. Her character is intent on helping daughter Fran find a husband and has a passionate love for food. Taylor's husband, Joseph Bologna, made two guest appearances on The Nanny. First, as an egomaniacal actor named Allan Beck, who tormented Maxwell Sheffield (Charles Shaughnessy) and second, in the final season, Bologna again guest-starred as a doctor and admirer of Sylvia in the episode "Maternal Affairs". In recent years, Taylor has guest-starred as Ted Mosby's neighbor, Mrs. Matsen, on How I Met Your Mother. She also had a guest-starring role on the Disney show, Shake It Up, portraying a cranky elderly woman, Mrs. Lacasio, in a retirement home. She also had a guest-starring role on the Nickelodeon show, Victorious as Robbie's cranky grandmother who needed Robbie's help with the internet. In addition to her numerous guest-starring appearances, Taylor has worked as a voice actor as the character Mrs. Start in the animated feature film Ice Age: The Meltdown, and in a recurring role as Linda's mother Gloria in the animated Fox series Bob's Burgers. Taylor also played Martha Benson in the film Opposite Day, released in 2009. Taylor also appeared on Fran Drescher's latest show Happily Divorced as the best friend of Fran's mother. In 2011, Taylor was cast in the short-lived Fox cartoon Allen Gregory, in which she voiced the character of Principal Gottlieb. In 2013, she starred in the Tyler Perry film Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor as Ms. Waco Chapman, the owner of Chapman drug company. In 2016, Taylor starred in the Netflix movie The Do-Over with Adam Sandler as the role of Mrs. Kessler and in the TV show Rock in a Hard Place. Recently, Taylor appeared in the 2017 film How To Be A Latin Lover. Taylor had a role in Tango Shalom, which she acted alongside her husband, in his final film role before his death. ABOUT TANGO SHALOM, NOW IN THEATERS Tango Shalom was directed by Gabriel Bologna, son of Renée Taylor and the late Joseph Bologna. The cast includes Golden Globe Nominee Lainie Kazan (My Big Fat Greek Wedding), Oscar and Emmy Award-winner Renée Taylor (Adam Sandler's The Do Over, The Producers, The Nanny), Karina Smirnoff (Dancing With The Stars), Joseph Bologna (My Favorite Year, Blame It On Rio, Big Daddy, Lovers and Other Strangers), Jos Laniado Claudio Laniado (Mudbound), Bern Cohen (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel), and Judi Beecher (Taken 3, Family is Family, La Garconne). Synopsis: When a female Tango dancer (Smirnoff) asks a Rabbi (Jos Laniado) to enter a dance competition, there's one big problem-due to his Orthodox beliefs, he's not allowed to touch her! Desperately in need of splitting the prize money to save his Hebrew school from bankruptcy, they develop a plan to enter the competition without sacrificing his faith. The bonds of family and community are tested one dazzling dance step at a time in this lighthearted fable. In Los Angeles, the film can be seen at Landmark Theaters on Pico and Town Center 5 in Encino, and September 10 opens at The Laemmle in Newhall. In New York, at AMC Empire 25, The Village East Cinema By Angelika, and also opens on September 10 at The Cobble Hill 5 and Williamsburg Cinemas Brooklyn, Kew Garden 6 Queens, and Malverne 5 and Roslyn 4 on Long Island. Canadian Cinéma Cineplex locations include Forum et VIP - Montreal, Empress Walk - Toronto, and Fifth Avenue Cinemas - Vancouver. Tango Shalom finished its three day weekend engagement better than expected at $20,581, with an astonishing per theater average of $5,145 (second best only to Marvel's Shang-Chi). Tango Shalom also claims bragging rights to the best 2021 exclusive opening, as well having the best PTA, this Memorial Day to Labor Day summer season. Showing daily gross increases this weekend (Saturday +32% from Friday and Sunday +54% from Saturday) boasts to be the number one independent film release this weekend. On Friday, September 10, the interfaith movie that promotes peace, tolerance and inclusion, will expand onto more screens in New York and Los Angeles, and also across Canada in Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver with additional screens to be announced soon. Here's the Tango Shalom trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R6w9qkvKca8

Beatles Books
Luke Meddings - ‘What They Heard‘

Beatles Books

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 53:55


My guest today is Luke Meddings, who is here to discuss his book 'What They Heard - How The Beatles, Beach Boys and Bob Dylan Listened to Each Other and Changed Music Forever'.  Using timelines derived from release dates, studio sessions and personal encounters, Luke Meddings reveals the paths of influence across an astonishing 4-year period between 1963 and 1967, in which these iconic artists cross-pollinated like crazy - via recordings, rivalry, rumours, artistic envy and quite a few drugs.  This is some of the strongest Beatle writing I've read in a long time and it was fascinating talking to Luke about his journey writing this book. More information can be found at https://weatherglassbooks.com/shop/what-they-heard  

The Grand Geek Gathering Network
IndiComix Ep 4: Reacting to Each Other’s Covers

The Grand Geek Gathering Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 8:36


Michael Tanner and Don Nguyen talk about what they look for in a cover at a comic book store and react to each other's comic book covers! The post IndiComix Ep 4: Reacting to Each Other's Covers appeared first on The Grand Geek Gathering.

IndiComix
IndiComix Ep 4: Reacting to Each Other’s Covers

IndiComix

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 8:36


Michael Tanner and Don Nguyen talk about what they look for in a cover at a comic book store and react to each other's comic book covers! The post IndiComix Ep 4: Reacting to Each Other’s Covers appeared first on The Grand Geek Gathering.

The Grand Geek Gathering Network
IndiComix Ep 4: Reacting to Each Other’s Covers

The Grand Geek Gathering Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 8:36


Michael Tanner and Don Nguyen talk about what they look for in a cover at a comic book store and react to each other's comic book covers! The post IndiComix Ep 4: Reacting to Each Other's Covers appeared first on The Grand Geek Gathering.

Curiosity Daily
Apes Say Hello, Life on Snowball Earth, Learn Twice as Fast

Curiosity Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 13:58


Learn about non-human animals that say hello and goodbye; life on Snowball Earth; and how to learn skills twice as fast. Apes use their own form of hello and goodbye, the first time we've seen that in non-human animals by Steffie Drucker  Heesen, R., Bangerter, A., Zuberbühler, K., Iglesias, K., Neumann, C., Pajot, A., Perrenoud, L., Guéry, J.-P., Rossano, F., & Genty, E. (2021). Assessing joint commitment as a process in great apes. IScience, 102872. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.isci.2021.102872  Like humans, apes communicate to start and end social interactions. (2021, August 11). EurekAlert! https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/924594  ‌Schultz, I. (2021, August 11). Bonobos Appear to Say “Hello” and “Goodbye” to Each Other. Gizmodo; Gizmodo. https://gizmodo.com/bonobos-appear-to-say-hello-and-goodbye-to-each-other-1847464864  Conor Feehly. (2021). Apes Have Been Observed Starting And Ending Interactions Just Like Humans Do. ScienceAlert. https://www.sciencealert.com/apes-observed-using-purposeful-signals-to-start-and-end-interactions  Life survived on "Snowball Earth" despite the ice; a new study says Earth's orbit explains why by Briana Brownell Changes in Earth's orbit enabled the emergence of complex life. (2021). EurekAlert! https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2021-07/uos-cie070721.php  ‌Mitchell, R. N., Gernon, T. M., Cox, G. M., Nordsvan, A. R., Kirscher, U., Xuan, C., Liu, Y., Liu, X., & He, X. (2021). Orbital forcing of ice sheets during snowball Earth. Nature Communications, 12(1). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-021-24439-4  Buis, NASA's, A. (2021, February 24). Milankovitch (Orbital) Cycles and Their Role in Earth's Climate. Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet. https://climate.nasa.gov/news/2948/milankovitch-orbital-cycles-and-their-role-in-earths-climate/  Scientists Found a Technique That Can Help You Learn Skills Twice as Fast by Joanie Faletto first aired April 26, 2018 https://omny.fm/shows/curiosity-daily/freezer-burn-science-a-giant-flying-reptile-and-ho  Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to learn something new every day withCody Gough andAshley Hamer. Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

You Were Made for This
121: Experience the Relational Energy of Fall

You Were Made for This

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 16:12


Hello everyone. I'm so glad you've joined us today for the start of Season Six. We begin with Episode no. 121, “Experience the Relational Energy of Fall.” I don't know about you, but I find renewed motivation right after Labor Day in the US when school buses take to the road again. Cooler days with earlier sunsets reinvigorates my energy level to notice all the goodness life has to offer, especially when it comes to relationships. I don't fully understand why this happens in the fall. But it just does. It can do the same for you, too. To show how, I share three examples of renewed relational energy in today's program. Asking others to care I'll start with a post on CaringBridge from my friend David. He is on a waitlist for a liver transplant. David writes: Today I received a call from someone who had a liver transplant 10 years ago at age 62. It was very encouraging to talk to someone who's been through the process. I was able to talk about my fears and ask about the process. He got The Call 3 times! He said the first two were like trial runs. The third call was the charm. The trial runs made it easier for the real deal. He gave me details of the waiting time, recovery time, & life after transplant. The best piece of information he had was to find something that I'm passionate about doing so that I always have a reason to get up in the morning. There is a mentor program with meetings that usually go on in the transplant department at the hospital, but it's all been put on hold since the pandemic. My doctors asked him to call me. I have a little bit of renewed outlook toward getting a liver. It was very encouraging. Feel the relational energy I found David's post energizing on several levels, the first is from the liver transplant survivor, who at age 72 extended himself to a complete stranger to call David and encourage him with what he experienced ten years ago going down the same path Dave is on now. How encouraging to know there are people out there like this man willing to give people hope when hope is in short supply. It's energizing to me to think that sharing how I navigated through some of the difficulties in my life is something God can use to give people hope. Even when I'm older, like this 72-year-old liver transplant survivor. He can do the same for you, too. The second part of David's post I found energizing is his little sentence, “My doctors asked him to call me.” Him being the liver recipient from 10 years ago. We've talked before about the important role remembering plays in relationships, and here are doctors who remembered a patient from a decade ago, and how that patient might be an encouragement to my friend David. Then they acted and asked this guy for help in caring for one of their current patients. They didn't ask for medical help, they asked for emotional help. What a caring thing for these doctors to do. It energizes me to think that one way I can care for people is to ask others to connect with those I care about, to share their expertise and experience in ways that give people hope. I don't have to do it all myself. I can ask others for help, just like these doctors did. And just like you can, too. Relational energy during a time of loss A second example of the relational energy that fall brings comes from my friend Randy in Pittsburgh. You've heard me mention him before. He recently sent me the following text: John, Letting you and Janet know that we had Juno [their dog] put to sleep today. Don't know if you saw the post on FB. The vet at the ER today diagnosed him as likely having a cancerous tumor on his spine which explains his struggles walking and pain in general over the last 6 weeks. While we weren't ready or considered this as an option until today, it was the best decision. Molly was able to join us virtually as I held Juno when the vet administered the drug. One of the most caring parts of it all is that the Vet was crying after Juno was gone. She cared for us all. Randy Janet and I are were well-acquainted with Juno, and we certainly mourn with Randy and his family over this loss. We talked recently about the idea of a podcast episode about our relationship with our pets. More to come on that down the road. Recognizing someone else's pain For today, though, I was energized in thinking about the vet who administered the drug that ended Juno's life. She cried. It energized me to know of someone who so recognized the pain of someone else, and who entered into that pain so deeply that it caused tears to flow. The vet knew in her mind this was the best option for the family pet, but her heart told her there was going to be emotional pain in doing the right thing. Isn't that so true of other areas of life? For you and me both. And I loved how Randy put it, that the vet “cared for us all.” She cared for the physical needs of Juno, their dog, and she cared emotionally for Randy and his family with her tears. You don't learn to do that in veterinary school. There's something quite powerful in knowing that someone else on the planet knows in their heart when our heart is breaking. From Randy's story, I realize I can be like the veterinarian he described. I can care for people when I imagine in my heart what they must be dealing with in theirs. And then feel what they are feeling. Knowing at the same time I'm not responsible for making their pain or problems go away. This energizes me, and I hope it does the same for you. A chance encounter at Office Depot My last story of renewed relational energy happened when I stopped in at our local office supply store, Office Depot. In checking out with my purchase the cashier commented, “I see your last name is Certalic. By any chance are you related to Jennifer Certalic?” “Yes, I said. She's my daughter.” Her eyes lit up and said, “We went to high school together! Please say ‘hi' to Jennifer from me. What is she doing now?“ I filled her in on where life has taken our daughter the past 3 decades, and how she is no longer a Certalic, having gotten married and given birth to our grandson, Nathan. “And how are you doing these days?,” I asked after paying for my purchase. “Oh, I'm doing Okay,” She said rather haltingly. Then placing her hand just below her throat while collecting her thoughts, she clarified her response with a downcast look and, “Well, actually, not so well.” “Really?,” I responded. With her eyes tearing up Stacey (not her real name) disclosed, “My husband told me he wants a separation, and I know it's heading to divorce, and it's tearing me apart inside.” Each tear that fell down her face served to punctuate each pain-filled sentence. “I don't know what I'm going to do if I can't see the kids. And I don't know how I'm going to pay the rent on my own,” she said. How to respond? Whew. I felt completely helpless. I wanted to do something. Fortunately, the store wasn't too busy, but I'm thinking what if her manager walks by and sees what's going on. I needed an emotional bandage to give her, but I didn't have one. It was really awkward. This would have been a great time for me to say that great Anne Lamont prayer, the real short one, “Help!” Help me God to help her.” But I didn't think to do this. Instead, my relational muscle memory kicked in, whispering, “Hey pal, this isn't about you and your discomfort over her sadness and fear. It's about her. Imagine how awkward SHE feels. Her pain isn't yours to heal or fix.” And with that I said, “Oh Stacey, I'm so sorry.” “Please pray for me, “ she whispered. “Certainly, I will pray for you. I am so sorry you're having to deal with this.” “Thank you. Please pray for me.” I said I would. It seemed we both repeated ourselves several times. Feeling helpless I felt so helpless. I wanted to say more. Do more. Make the pain go away. It seemed so insensitive to just say goodbye so the next customer could check out. I have prayed for her numerous times since, and wonder how she's doing. I know that when I've shared the pain I'm experiencing it really helps to simply know someone else knows what's going on within me. Like Randy's vet who put his dog down. She knew. Maybe that's enough, to let someone know with your words and body language that you know they are hurting and wishing you could do something to help, knowing you can't. Except to pray for them, asking God to comfort them, and show his goodness in the midst of their problem. Maybe that's enough. To my way of thinking the best we can do in moments like this is to remember who WE are, and then BE who we are. Not Do, but BE. Remember we are all created in the image of God and on our good days, we share many of his characteristics. So display those to people. Extend compassion, because that is what God does. Be kind, because God is kind. Think about others and what they must be going through because that is what God does. This is the relational energy I found from this chance meeting at Office Depot. It's not that hard to be what God created us to be when we ask for his help to be like Him for people. He does the work; it's all about Him, not about us. Here's the main point I hope you remember from today's episode You can experience renewed relational energy this fall when you notice people caring well for each other. It's a reminder that as an image-bearer of God, you were made to do the same thing yourself. I'd love to hear any thoughts you have about today's episode. Just send them to me in an email to john [at] caringforothers [dot] org. Or you can share your thoughts in the “Leave a Reply” box at the bottom of the show notes. Related episodes you may want to listen to If you're interested in hearing another example of relational energy that comes from people caring deeply for each other, you would do well to listen to episodes 8 and 9. It's an interview I did with a widowed man whose daughter and second wife did something unusual to care for him in a most profound way. They're two of my all-time favorite episodes. I'll have links to them in the show notes. 008: How a Wife and Her Daughter Brought Healing 009: Shadows Connect Us with Each Other 120: The Best Relationship Advice From This Summer Closing In closing, if you found this podcast helpful, please subscribe wherever you get your podcasts if you haven't already done so. I hope your thinking was stimulated by today's show, to both reflect and to be relationally energized this fall. So that you will find the joy God intends for you through your relationships. Because after all, You Were Made for This. Well, that's all for today. I look forward to connecting with you again next. Goodbye for now. You Were Made for This is sponsored by Caring for Others, a missionary care ministry. We depend upon the generosity of donors to pay our bills.  If you'd like to support what we do with a secure tax-deductible donation, please click here. We'd be so grateful if you did.

Art and Faith Unplugged
Episode 14: Ashley M. Jones & Kaveh Akbar on Reparations Now! and Belonging through Poetry

Art and Faith Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 35:55


artandfaithunplugged.com](https://www.artandfaithunplugged.com/) When it seems like too many things are falling apart and too many people are being too terrible, it's easy to become too hopeless, too discouraged, and too angry. Instead of complaining and raging about the church's failures, the government's failures, and everyone else's failures, we can focus more on things like art and faith that help us navigate the joys and pains of everyday life. Art matters because it helps us belong to ourselves, others, God, and the world. Art and Faith Unplugged and its host Charlotte Donlon make space for conversations and writing that explore how art deepens our belongings and the ways art intersects with faith, doubt, and mystery. Welcome. We hope Art and Faith Unplugged helps you notice the ways art and faith help you flourish and belong. Visit artandfaithunplugged.com (https://www.artandfaithunplugged.com/) for the show notes for this episode, essays, articles, and news about art, faith, and belonging. Ashley M. Jones and Kaveh Akbar join Charlotte for a conversation about Ashley's newest book of poems, Reparations Now!, which is available now wherever books are sold. Ashley and Kaveh discuss a few of Ashley's poems from Reparations Now! and explore how poems and writing poetry help us belong to ourselves, others, God, and the world. Also, thunder makes several appearances, which is pretty cool. Learn more about Ashley, her work, and her writing at https://ashleymjonespoetry.com/ Learn more about Kaveh, his work, and his writing at http://kavehakbar.com/ _More about Art and Faith Unplugged's host: Charlotte Donlon is a writer, a certified spiritual director for writers at Writing Life Spiritual Direction (https://www.writinglifespiritualdirection.com/), and host of Art and Faith Unplugged (https://www.artandfaithunplugged.com/). Charlotte's writing and work are rooted in noticing how art helps us belong to ourselves, others, God, and the world. Her writing has appeared in The Washington Post, The Curator, The Christian Century, Christianity Today, Catapult, The Millions, Mockingbird, and elsewhere. Her first book is The Great Belonging: How Loneliness Leads Us to Each Other (https://charlottedonlon.com/the-great-belonging-book). You can subscribe to her newsletter (https://charlottedonlon.substack.com/) and connect with her on Twitter (https://twitter.com/charlottedonlon) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/charlottedonlon/).

River NYC Sermons
Being Inclusive and Belonging to Each Other (9.5.21, Amelia Cunard)

River NYC Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 15:54


Being Inclusive and Belonging to Each Other (9.5.21, Amelia Cunard) by River NYC Sermons

Faith Bible Chapel
Churchology: The Church Jesus is Building // Jason King

Faith Bible Chapel

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2021 55:55


The Church Jesus is Building 1 Timothy 3:14-15 (NIV)“…I am writing you these instructions so that…you will know how people ought to conduct themselves in God's household, which is the church of the living God…” Acts 5:42 (NIV)“Day after day, in the temple courts and from house to house…”·       Temple courts - Large gathering·       House to house - Small group ministry  Genesis 2:18 (NKJV)“The Lord God said, ‘It is not good that man should be alone…'” The Church Jesus is Building is Aware of Their Need for Each Other 1. Small groups remind us we are a part of the Family of God.  2 Corinthians 6:18 (NIV)“‘I will be a Father to you, and you will be My sons and daughters,' says the Lord Almighty.” Ecclesiastes 4:9-10 (NLT)“Two people are better off than one, for they can help each other succeed. If one person falls, the other can reach out and help. But someone who falls alone is in real trouble.” Romans 12:15 (NIV)“Rejoice with those who rejoice; mourn with those who mourn.” 1 Corinthians 12:26 (NLT)“If one part suffers, all the parts suffer with it, and if one part is honored, all the parts are glad.” 2. Small groups allow for care to be given and to be received.  Acts 2:45 (NIV)“…They shared with anyone who was in need.” 3. Small groups help you become more mature in your faith. 1 Peter 2:2 (NASB)“Like newborn babies, long for the pure milk of the Word, so that by it you may grow in respect to salvation.” 1 Corinthians 3:2-3 (NLT)“I had to feed you with milk, not with solid food, because you weren't ready for anything stronger. And you still aren't ready, for you are still controlled by your sinful nature. You are jealous of one another and quarrel with each other. Doesn't that prove you are controlled by your sinful nature? Aren't you living like people of the world?” 4. Small group is a place you find allies.  Ephesians 4:29 (NLT)“…Let everything you say be good and helpful, so that your words will be an encouragement to those who hear them.” Ecclesiastes 4:12 (NLT)“A person standing alone can be attacked and defeated, but two can stand back-to-back and conquer. Three are even better, for a triple-braided cord is not easily broken.”

Trapped Under Plastic
6 Skills To Go From Beginner to Advanced

Trapped Under Plastic

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2021 96:15


In this episode, Scott and Jon share their own top 3 skills that people should consider when improving from beginner to advanced.Support the Show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trappedunderplasticSupport the Show with Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/trapped-under-plasticFollow Jon: https://www.youtube.com/ninjonFollow Scott: https://www.youtube.com/miniacJoin the FB group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/395664561386239/Listen to the audio versons: http://www.trappedunderplastic.com/On patreon, we offer our patron's the ability to submit topics for us to discuss during a podcast, you get an extended version of the podcast, and you can submit miniatures for us to critique during an episode!Relevant LinksA Song of Ice and Fire the Miniature War Game: https://asoiaf.cmon.com/10 minutes, 1 hour, 10 hours: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pVGspiHhXIAWarhammer Weekly AoS 3.0 Discussion: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gbe0czYMCqQScott's Live Stream: http://twitch.tv/miniacExample of the power of recess shading: https://www.instagram.com/p/BkcyeP2nujx/Richard Gray's Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/demonrichScott's NMM progression: https://imgur.com/a/SzvY3EfSergio's NMM Mini than Stu Copied: https://www.instagram.com/p/CRMCYoFFt59/Lan Studio: https://www.instagram.com/lanstudio/Kirill Kanaev: https://www.instagram.com/kanaev1978/Erik Swinson: https://www.instagram.com/erik_swinson/Ruben Martinez: https://www.instagram.com/rma_ruben_martinez/Adam and Tycho Lovin' Each Other: https://scontent.ffcm1-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.6435-9/236674787_10159277192109985_6880611715888965918_n.jpg?_nc_cat=109&ccb=1-5&_nc_sid=8bfeb9&_nc_ohc=iq5mhKhvI_QAX-IWuzp&_nc_ht=scontent.ffcm1-1.fna&oh=89e8c779877d2a8562855161745b6638&oe=61444141Sexy Descent Minis in Sorastro's Vid: https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=23&v=V11X4DHyncE&feature=youtu.beGoblin Merc from Spira that you totally missed out on: https://www.spiramirabilisminiatures.com/product-page/mercenary-goblin00:00 Start00:57 Preamble Ramble20:11 What We Painted30:55 Topic Discussion1:17:52 NewsSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/trappedunderplastic)

Each Other — a Human Design Podcast
Season Finale: Realizations

Each Other — a Human Design Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 39:33


We've reached the end of Season 3, and are sharing some of our greatest realizations in studying the Human Design System, including the opinions we've developed over time, and specific areas we enjoy or don't enjoy. We also discuss which aspects of Human Design we each feel to be of the most valuable  to our own Human Consciousness, and which have had the greatest impact on our quality of life. In this opinionated closure, we invite you to evaluate your own preferences, challenges, and experiences you've moved through, while navigating the study of Human Design. Learn more about Projector Aycee Brown @ayceebrown; Generator Rachel Lieberman @puregenerators; MG Jasmine Kenna @lovejasminekenna, and Manifestor Vaness Henry @vanesshenry. We're in this together. Let's listen to Each Other.

EN(BA)BY: A Podcast About Gender
DEAR EN(BA)BY: Help Me Out, Bro

EN(BA)BY: A Podcast About Gender

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 62:01


In this super fun episode Maggie (@softie.mag), Basil (@whagever) and Gara (@garararararara) introduce a new segment called “Help Me Out, Bro” where they ask EACH OTHER advice questions! In this “HMO,B” the gang talks about Selena Gomez, the binaries they subscribe to, hanging out with straight people, bar food, standing in your power, encouraging your creativity, being slutty on Venmo and more!THEME SONG IS 'CRYBABY' BY DESTROY BOYS (@destroyboysband) ALBUM ART BY NADA HAYEK (@sloppyjohansson)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/garalonning)

The Grand Geek Gathering Network
IndiComix Ep 3: Reacting to Each Other’s Tables!

The Grand Geek Gathering Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 10:02


What is it like to table at a convention? We have Barbra Dillon and Madeleine Holly-Rosing explain and react to each other's table setup! The post IndiComix Ep 3: Reacting to Each Other's Tables! appeared first on The Grand Geek Gathering.

Each Other — a Human Design Podcast

In this conversation, we explore the taboos associated with some psychedelics, and each share our personal experiences with substances that alter our energy. From cannabis to magic mushrooms to coffee, we explore our sensitivities, preferences, opinions, misconceptions and choices. We discuss the cultural connection to plant material and spiritual experiences, and the systemic racism around those who are incarcerated for their association with things like cannabis. We also explore the connection between psychedelics and meditation, and humanity's extreme relationship with things that can bring us up and down. Learn more about Projector Aycee Brown @ayceebrown; Generator Rachel Lieberman @puregenerators; MG Jasmine Kenna @lovejasminekenna, and Manifestor Vaness Henry @vanesshenry. We're in this together. Let's listen to Each Other.

fullbuddycast
BrewHaha with Sean McDonald (Cole St Brewery): Beer of the Week: Grapefruit Rattler, Old Spot Update, Opportunity for you!, Has the Pandemic Changed How Breweries Trade/Interact with Each Other, At Home Brew Hobbyists, Shout Outs

fullbuddycast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 43:06


BrewHaha with Sean McDonald (Cole St Brewery): Beer of the Week: Grapefruit Rattler, Old Spot Update, Opportunity for you!, Has the Pandemic Changed How Breweries Trade/Interact with Each Other, At Home Brew Hobbyists, Shout Outs  

Each Other — a Human Design Podcast

Manifestation is a loaded word and concept within the online wellness space. With opinions coming from all angles, we put our heads together to share various viewpoints. We explore white privilege in Manifestation, and whether there could be possible consequences we experience energetically when manifestations make their way into our reality. In this conversation, we share personal manifestation stories, personal opinions about the concept, and Vaness takes an opportunity to correct a former teaching she has shared about specific or non-specific manifestation, while publicly translating her interpretation of the 6 view variables. Learn more about Projector Aycee Brown @ayceebrown; Generator Rachel Lieberman @puregenerators; MG Jasmine Kenna @lovejasminekenna, and Manifestor Vaness Henry @vanesshenry. We're in this together. Let's listen to Each Other.

Each Other — a Human Design Podcast

Reptilian! Greys! Lemurian! Atlantean! Draconian! Sumerian! Arcturian! Pleadians! We're talking Aliens and Entities. We discuss the relation between us and the Other. Could angels and aliens possibly be the same thing? Why does the subject of Aliens trigger immense fear in some of the human species? In this conversation, Rachel describes the Galactic Centre that she channels from, Jasmine shares her past transmissions from her former alien lives, Aycee describes a non-alien-focused perspective, and Vaness describes a potential projection she foresees in the future of humanity's contact with aliens. Learn more about Projector Aycee Brown @ayceebrown; Generator Rachel Lieberman @puregenerators; MG Jasmine Kenna @lovejasminekenna, and Manifestor Vaness Henry @vanesshenry. We're in this together. Let's listen to Each Other.

The Podcast by KevinMD
A daughter's addiction. A mother's love.

The Podcast by KevinMD

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 15:56


"I think back to the first time I ever brought Natalie to an emergency room. It was my fault. It was an odd accident. I had lifted her out of her car seat, grabbing my purse and a bag of groceries at the same time while turning and closing the car door and in doing this I also closed Natalie's foot in the door. I didn't know that I had done it until I pulled away and couldn't go any further because she was caught. I actually had to open the door with the handle to release her foot. For me, it was horrific. For Natalie, less so, because while she fussed, she wasn't nearly as hysterical as I was. I immediately put her back in the car seat and headed to the hospital. All my arrivals at the emergency room are frantic, and this one was as well. But I guess that's common. Which is why they have to weed people out according to severity and even have signs explaining that this is not a first-come first-serve establishment. After I explained the reason we were there and frantically waving Natalie's chubby little foot at everyone who would look or listen, I was escorted back pretty quickly." Christine Naman is a writer and author of About Natalie: A Daughter's Addiction. A Mother's Love. Finding Their Way Back to Each Other. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "A daughter's addiction. A mother's love." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2021/05/a-daughters-addiction-a-mothers-love.html)

You Might Know Her From
Dinah Manoff

You Might Know Her From

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 57:21


Dinah Manoff, our love! (Ooh Ooh Ooh) You Might Know Her From Grease, Empty Nest, Soap, State of Grace, Ordinary People, Child's Play, Leader of the Pack, I Ought to Be in Pictures, and her new novel The Real True Hollywood Story of Jackie Gold. Dinah came aboard to chat about penning her debut novel, a fictionalized coming of age tale about a moviestar with a Hollywood pedigree and a complicated relationship with the paparazzi. We also talked to Dinah about her own showbiz upbringing with actress mother Lee Grant and writer dad Arthur Manoff; the good, bad, and annoying of appearing on a network sitcom for seven years, winning a Tony for her Broadway debut in Neil Simon's I Ought to Be in Pictures, and appearing in our all time favorite movie Grease as Marty. Dinah also agreed with us with us that Miss Murdoch was gay and opened up about the special place Broadway flop Leader of the Pack has in her heart. This really is a high holy day.    Dinah's book: The Real True Hollywood Story of Jackie Gold Parents: Arnold Manofff and Lee Grant Highly recommend Lee Grant's autobiography: I Said Yes to Everything Is in conversation with Postcards from the Edge (Carrie played Lee Grant's daughter in Shampoo) Neil Simon's I Ought to Be in Pictures Tony Curtis played her dad in LA run but he was fired and replaced by Ron Leibman Movie and play directed by Herbert Ross In 1980 Dinah won the Tony for IOBiP and co-starred in Ordinary People Played Carol on Empty Nest for 7 seasons Used Empty Nest money to buy property on Bainbridge Island, WA Pat Birch choreographed Grease, Randal Kleiser directed  Barry Pearl played Doody and is keeping the Grease torch burning  Jamie Donnelly (Jan) was a great dancer Jeff Conaway (Kenickie) was having the most sex on set of Grease Dinah loved Joan Blondell and Eve Arden Dinah not asked to be in Grease 2 but Pat Birch's daughter WAS a Pink Lady Was asked to audition for Eve Arden part in Grease Live! Leader of the Pack (1984 Broadway musical flop) about Ellie Greenwich Dinah singing at the 1984 Tonys Cast included Jasmine Guy and Darlene Love Michael Peters choreographed the show, libretto by Anne Beatts  Carrie the musical (another notorious Bway flop) The Covergirl and the Cop (1988 tv movie opposite Julia Duffy)  Each actress in drag: Dinah: 51:30 / Duffy: 1:10:30 Alice Ghostley (Mrs. Murdock) shows up dancing in “Grease Lightning” Cybill and Touched by an Angel had the most demanding stars Dinah loves the Van Pattens (Joyce) and the Redgraves Dinah loved working with Kristy McNichol Gets hit with a ball peen hammer in Child's Play 2  Bloodhounds of Broadway (1989) starring Madonna, Jennifer Grey, Matt Dillon Dinah wore a tux when she won a Tony (her date was Bruce Willis)  Dinah's Tony speech @ 39:28  Richard Dawson host of Family Feud (see Dinah's kiss @ 28:50) Maid for Each Other with Dinah, Nell Carter, and Joyce Van Patten Full Joyce Van Patten ep of YMKHF (#36) Dinah originally wanted Jenifer Lewis after seeing her do a one woman show in NYC Keke Palmer doing “Freddy My Love” in Grease Live CORRECTION: Bruce Willis didn't bartend at Studio 54, it was Alec Baldwin who bussed there. Willis bartended at Cafe Central, Kamikaze and Chelsea Central  Not Since Carrie - book about musical flops Joyce Van Patten has created a circle of life at YMKHF (Episode # ) BLIND ITEM for NEXT MONTH'S GUEST: Dinah - was in IOBIP w/ ann margret   Who was in Bye Bye Birdie w/ Maureen Stapleton-was in Cocoon w/Gwen Verdon   Who was nominated for a tony in 1975 for Chicago, the same year that Kelly Bishop won her Tony for A Chorus Line. Who was in Dirty Dancing with Cynthia Rhodes who was in Flashdance with Jennifer Beals in The L Word with next month's guest Lee Ving was Mr Boddy in Clue. He was Cynthia Rhodes' abusive boyfriend in Flashdance.

Curious Minds: Innovation in Life and Work
CM 192: Leidy Klotz on Doing More with Less

Curious Minds: Innovation in Life and Work

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 36:03


So often, when we try to solve a problem, we focus on what we can add. Let's say you're moving to a smaller space. Your first thought might be to research shelving or rent a storage unit. But what if, instead, you subtracted? What if you thought about what you'd sell, donate, or just throw out?  That's the question Leidy Klotz answers in his book, Subtract: The Untapped Science of Less. It's a topic he was inspired to pursue while building a bridge of Legos with his son. Faced with a design challenge, Leidy chose to add Legos, while his son subtracted. That simple action – a highly counterintuitive one – set Leidy on the path to writing this book. It's since become a lesson he's working to apply to all kinds of problems, like climate change and sustainability. An Associate Professor of Engineering at the University of Virginia, Leidy studies the overlap between engineering and behavioral science, all in service of more sustainable systems. He's worked with the Departments of Energy, Homeland Security, the National Institutes of Health, the World Bank, and ideas42. Episode Links The City We Became by N. K. Jemisin Subtract: Why Getting to Less Can Mean Thinking More Why Do Engineers and Behavioral Scientists Have to Learn from Each Other? Using Behavioral Science to Redesign the Built Environment Strider Bike Hazel Rose Marcus Michele Gelfand Pocket Park The Team Learn more about host, Gayle Allen, and producer, Rob Mancabelli, here. Support the Podcast If you like the show, please rate and review it on iTunes or wherever you subscribe, and tell a friend or family member about the show. Subscribe Click here and then scroll down to see a sample of sites where you can subscribe.