Feeling or attitude in acknowledgment of a benefit that one has received or will receive
Liminal: relating to a transitional or initial stage of a process. Liminal circumstances can often feel like limbo, not being settled on either side of a thing. If we engage liminal spaces appropriately, though, they can be an opportunity for transformation. How can we best take advantage of liminal spaces? By letting go of the past, giving thanks for the present and looking forward with hope.
SMA News Today's multimedia associate, Price Wooldridge, discusses how a study showed for the first time that genetic analysis of dried saliva spots correctly identified people with spinal muscular atrophy. Also, when you have SMA there are additional aspects to consider when doing things like moving into a new house. Halsey Blocher references some of these challenges in her article, “Giving Thanks for Our New Home.” She talks about how they've made the transition easier and steps she's taken to make her new space feel like home. Are you interested in learning more about spinal muscular atrophy? If so, please visit https://smanewstoday.com/
Luke 17:11-19 Leviticus 13:2-6 Leviticus 13:45-46 Revelation 4:8-11 1 Chronicles 16:8-10 Psalm 18:48-49 Jonah 2:9 Psalm 107:10-22 Leviticus 7:11-15 Leviticus 7:16 Leviticus 3:1-5 Leviticus 7:18 Psalm 100 Psalm 138 Psalm 34 1 Thessalonians 5:18
About this Episode: Wow, 151 Episodes! Can you believe it? This is a short episode where we share all of the things we are thankful for this holiday season. We have accomplished a lot with the I am Northwest Arkansas podcast, and we just want to acknowledge our fans and listeners by saying, “Thank You!” All this and more on this episode of I am Northwest Arkansas. Important Links and Mentions on the Show*: https://iamnorthwestarkansas.com/episode-109-skills-lab-training-is-preparing-northwest-arkansas-next-generation-for-employment-success/ (Episode 109 with Skill Labs Training) https://iamnorthwestarkansas.com/episode-121-wes-craiglow-and-the-urban-land-institute-are-helping-to-plan-the-future-of-northwest-arkansas/ (Episode 121 with Wes Craiglow and ULI) https://iamnorthwestarkansas.com/episode-122everyone-gets-a-bike-with-pedal-it-forward-nwa/ (Episode 122 with Pedal It Forward) https://player.captivate.fm/ec233b1e-e2c4-44bd-a9e0-d69207a4dc13 (Episode 139 with Daymara Baker) https://iamnorthwestarkansas.com/tag/episode-144/ (Episode 144 with Mycelium) https://iamnorthwestarkansas.com/a-conversation-with-jeremy-tran/ (Episode 146 with Jeremy Tran and I am Gastronome) https://nwacouncil.org/onward-ozarks/ (Onward Ozarks with NWA Council) https://www.nwahomepage.com/lifestyle/good-day-nwa/ (Good Day NWA) https://www.kuaf.com/programs/ozarks-large (Ozarks at Large and I am Northwest Arkansas) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cryptocurrency (Cryptocurrency) https://www.investopedia.com/terms/b/blockchain.asp (Blockchain) https://www.theverge.com/22310188/nft-explainer-what-is-blockchain-crypto-art-faq (NFT - Non Fungible Tokens) This episode is sponsored by*: https://www.signature.bank/ (Signature Bank of Arkansas) - https://www.signature.bank/ (Signature Bank) was founded here in Northwest Arkansas in 2005. Their focus is personal and community banking. When you bank with a community bank, you're investing in local businesses, local entrepreneurs, local charities, and the causes close to home. Signature Bank has worked hard to earn its tagline, “Community Banking at its Best.” You may ask why bank at Signature? Because they focus on the customer instead of having a branch on every corner, this means you can have your questions answered by a real person, whether you're reaching out to the call center or your banker's cell phone. You can access any ATM in the country without fear of a fee. They will refund all of those fees at the end of every month. Finally, they are constantly improving their digital offerings to ensure you can access the best financial tools from your laptop, phone, or tablet 24 hours a day. Signature Bank of Arkansas is a full-service bank offering traditional checking and savings accounts, investment accounts, business and personal loans, and mortgages. Give the folks at Signature Bank a call (479-684-4700) or visit their websitehttps://www.signature.bank/ ( Signature.Bank) and let them know you heard about them on the I am Northwest Arkansas Podcast. https://www.signature.bank/ (Signature Bank of Arkansas) is a Member of the FDIC and an Equal Housing Lender. http://www.iamnorthwestarkansas.com/canva (Canva) - Are you looking for ways to build a Digital Marketing Strategy from scratch? Whether you need to design things for your family or personal brand or need a versatile design tool to help you with your social media presence. Canva can help. Need new Business Cards? Canva has you covered. Need to create and post Social Media images quickly? Canva has you covered. Need to create videos for Social Media and beyond? Canva has you covered. Need to create a sharp-looking resume? Canva has you covered. Need access to more than 3-Million Royalty-Free Images? Ok, you get the point! Canva covers just about anything you need from a design perspective, and it costs pennies a day to open a Canva Pro...
Today's show is all about you guys.We do this each year, and it's always one of our most popular shows. Every Thanksgiving, we ask you guys to email us and tell us what you're grateful for over the past year. And every year, you blow us away with your stories.This entire episode is dedicated to reading your stories and celebrating another great year with all of you.From our entire team, thank you for your support and your dedication to make yourselves and your families better each year.*******Attend Discover 2022, a free virtual event designed to help you unlock hidden talents, skills, passions, and abilities you can use to increase your income and impact in 2022: https://www.discover2022.com.*******If you're ready to take control of your life, income, and future, go to www.nomadnetwork.app and join the Nomad Network to get started. Brand new app in app stores now!Give your business an unfair advantage in less than 3 minutes a day. Get the daily newsletter that delivers the most actionable and tactical growth strategies available today, straight from the mind of a marketing genius: http://dailyalchemy.me.Learn the blueprint for generating predictable and sustainable income from anywhere on earth: http://www.nomadicwealthoffer.com.Jason on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jason_stapletonJason on IG: https://www.instagram.com/thejasonstapletonJason's website: https://jasonstapleton.comMatt on Twitter: https://twitter.com/realkingpilledDon't forget to like and subscribe, and please share the show!
Part 2 of our Giving Thanks/ UMMpod Playlist special! Check out the rest of the great artists we had on season 1! We also tease next week's spotlight artist, our first DMV (DC/Maryland/VA) based artist, the amazingly talented, Husam. Thanks for listening as always!!Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ummpod )
Welcome back to our expansion of the Business Beyond Usual concept. Each week, our regular BBU team runs down the top happenings at Michigan Ross and in Ann Arbor for the coming week. This week, three members of the regular BBU team discuss their backgrounds, the big football game with the team from down south, and some other highlights.Check out the BBU “Ross Weekly” today, and watch out for the next full episode of “Business Beyond Usual,” coming soon, focusing on the inside of the admissions process.Have thoughts about topics we should cover or just want to get in touch? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.---Business Beyond Usual is brought to you by the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.Episode Producers and Hosts: Eric Hopfenbeck, Mikayla Terrell, Eduardo Rejman.Executive Producers: Christina Weiberg, Eric Hopfenbeck, and Bob NeedhamCopyright 2021 - University of Michigan
Join Brian Bassett and pals Travis Milton and Josh Conrad as "Play Like A Jet" presents "There's Always Next Year!" This week Travis is on assignment, so Josh joins Brian to discuss Josh's trip to Aruba, Thanksgiving festivities, the return of Zach Wilson, a victory for the Jets in Houston, what still needs to be fixed going forward, a look ahead to Sunday when Gang Green returns home to battle the Philadelphia Eagles, and much more! Check out the Play Like A Jet store and get your BRAND NEW Quinnen Williams/John Franklin-Myers "Bless You, Thank You" shirt (artwork courtesy of the incredible _@canibefrank on instagram) RIGHT NOW! Hoodies, hats, mugs, etc..... also available! https://www.teepublic.com/t-shirt/24793708-new-york-jets-quinnen-and-jfm-bless-you-thank-you- Check out the Play Like A Jet YouTube channel featuring a BRAND NEW All-22 breakdown of the Jets' pass rush DESTROYING the Tennessee Titans courtesy of Luke Grant and subscribe to the channel if you haven't already! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCOH917i0Ac To advertise on Play Like A Jet, please visit https://www.advertisecast.com/PlayLikeAJet or email Overtime@AdvertiseCast.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Happy (belated) Thanksgiving from Under Our Roof! This episode is the podcast version of a big cozy round-table with Grace's family in Kentucky. We get some words from podcast favorite, Grace's mom, and introduce a few new Baldridge characters. Enjoy!
Episode 65: The Top Dads give thanks on the Monday after Thanksgiving. Feeling fat? Bloated? Did you eat too much pumpkin pie? Do you still have the meat sweats on day 3? Not too worry, spend your post Thanksgiving with the Top Dad and find out about poor man's perogies, our top pie pics for any occasion, and the tradition of who cuts the Turkey. Thank you for listening and taking this journey with us. Please be sure to follow us on social media on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for great Top Dad tips, tricks, and hacks.If you like our show please be sure to share Top Dad Podcast with your friends and family. Please consider leaving us a five-star review on Apple Podcasts.Listen to Top Dad for free wherever you listen to podcasts or go to TopDadpod.com for more info. Remember to subscribe, rate, review, and share us with your friends.
Scripture For Today:2 Chronicles 6:21“Hear the supplications of your servant and of your people Israel when they pray toward this place. Hear from heaven, your dwelling place; and when you hear, forgive.”Giving Thanks pt 5We are in the season of “Thanksgiving” here in the United States, and these last few days we have been looking at the story of the 10 lepers to learn about “Thanksgiving.” We have focused on our story of the 10 lepers and the one that returned – only one, that returned to give Jesus thanks for healing him of this dreaded disease. Yesterday, I left you with the “cliff hanger” of three distinct words used in Luke 17:11-19 by Jesus that, in English, all say the same thing. But when taken in context to Hebrew that the lepers and disciples heard, convey an entirely different, deeper meaning than our English translation. One healed leper came back. One caught himself in the midst of the celebration, and returned to Jesus. He reversed his steps, put his family on hold, put the priest on hold, and came back to the cause of his celebration. His response and life situation were unique, but in the simplest sense of what he did his thankfulness led to action. And boy, did that turn out to be important! "Where are the other nine?" Jesus asked. Do you realize what this says? Jesus said, "Go, and show yourselves to the priests.” Jesus never commanded that any of them express thankfulness to God, or return to him, the healer. Nevertheless, that is what Jesus expected. Look at the Scripture again, and walk with me through this. We're going to look at three different words that are all trying to say the same thing. They're all saying that this leper-used-to-be is well. Look first at verse 15. "One of them, when he saw he was healed . . ." and stop there. This Greek word is "hi-a-tha," which is a purely medical term. It means to mend, to repair. It's like a broken bone finally mending. This guy was all patched up. Look at verse 17. Jesus asked, "Were not all ten cleansed? Stop there. This is a different word than hi-a-tha. This is "kath-a-ri-dzo," the root word for our "catheter." It, too, is a medical word in part, for it means, "remove the impurities." When a doctor inserts a heart "cath", angioplasty might remove a blockage of an artery. It will cause healing. Naturally, the Jewish connotations of this word are important, too. To be "cleansed" was exactly what the priest would be looking for, and would declare. It carried some religious overtones, too. And now, look at one more word. In verse 19, Jesus says to this very thankful man, "Rise and go; your faith has made you well." "Made you well . . ." that's a different word. It's not a medical word, necessarily, although it was used to describe the safe delivery of a baby. This is the word, "so-so," which means, "saved." The Greeks used it for people who escaped dangerous situations. Sailors surviving a storm at sea had been saved, they said. "So-dzo." When Matthew began his gospel, he started with the Christmas story. The angel told Joseph to name the Christ child "Jesus," because that name meant that he would "save people from their sins." He would "so-dzo" the people. When Paul described what would happen to a person who publicly professed Jesus as Lord and savior, he used this same word. ". . . If you confess with your mouth, "Jesus is Lord," and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. (so-dzo). For it is with your heart that you believe and are justified, and it is with your mouth that you confess and are saved (so-dzo!) (Romans 10:9-10). And Jesus says to this very thankful man willing to follow God before his circumstances changed - to worship God before he returned home - Jesus pronounces a complete healing, a wellness that passes all other wellness terms. This man, Jesus said, understands. Do you understand? I want to understand more and more about our wonderful Savior. Remember that a priest must...
On this episode of Random Encounter, Greg is back! Greg and Jono reunite for Thanksgiving (despite both of them being Canadian) to talk about the fun of Final Fantasy-themed battle royales (Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier), the joys of retro-style adventure game throwbacks (Obduction), the excitement of unsubstantiated rumors (Chrono Cross remake), and the delights of visual novels! Plus, there is some big, big news about the future of Random Encounter moving forward! Happy Thanksgivings! Featuring: Jono Logan, Greg Delmage; Edited by Jono LoganGet in Touch:RPGFan.comEmail us: email@example.comTwitter: @rpgfancomInstagram: @rpgfancomFacebook: rpgfancomTwitch: rpgfancomThis Episode's Related Links:Rhythm Encounter 72 – Game Music ConcertsChrono CrossFinal Fantasy VII The First SoldierRPGFan's Essential Visual Novels
On this week's episode, I share a simple ritual we created this Thanksgiving, inspired by Robin Wall Kimmerer's book “Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teaching of Plants”. My desire was to honor the Lenni Lenape people who's land we live on, to honor Mother Earth and to acknowledge what Debra Beal, my guest from last week uncovered for me about the origins of Thanksgiving from the indigenous perspective. She said that the original Thanksgiving feast was a celebration by the colonizers once they had massacred a substantial number of Indians. I wanted to take that information and incorporate it into the way my family celebrates Thanksgiving. I think it is critical to be aware and conscious of our history and do what I can to weave it into how we celebrate this holiday. The 12 of us gathered in my home, took turns reading the Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving Address. This translation of the Mohawk version of the Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving Address was developed and published in 1993, and provided courtesy of Six Nations Indian Museum and the Tracking Project. May we bring this depth of gratitude for the natural world not just once a year on Thanksgiving, but every day as we cultivate an attitude of gratitude. Blessings, love and deep gratitude. Links: How To Live On Purpose Haudenosaunee Guide For Educators Podcast 188 with Debra Beal
Giving Thanks to Our Listeners We hope you had a great Thanksgiving, and here at the Republic of Bad Cryptopia, we are thankful for you, our listeners! We've received a lot of phone calls to the Bad Crypto hotline, and today we want to put you front and center. You've got comments, questions, and anecdotes to share. So we'll give a listen and respond to each one. Basically, we'll give feedback to your feedback. Then you can call us again and provide feedback to our feedback of your feedback. It will all inception-y, and perhaps we'll all feel like it was just a dream. It's time to appreciate you on our episode #570 of The Bad Crypto Podcast. Full Show Notes: Badco.in/570 SUBSCRIBE, RATE, & REVIEW: Apple Podcast: http://badco.in/itunes Google Podcasts: http://badco.in/google Spotify: http://badco.in/spotify FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Twitter: @BadCrypto - @joelcomm - @teedubya Facebook: /BadCrypto - /JoelComm - /teedubyaw Facebook Mastermind Group: /BadCrypto LinkedIn: /in/joelcomm - /in/teedubya Instagram: @BadCryptoPodcast Email: badcryptopodcast[at]gmail[dot]com Phone: SEVEN-OH-8-88FIVE- 90THIRTY DONATE CRYPTO TO THE SHOW: If you'd like to donate a bit of cryptocurrency to The Bad Crypto Podcast, feel free to send copious amounts to the following locations: $BTC: Bitcoin: 3GMgCH4dFUHSLdrPnLwEsfKPVnLnoGbzGZ $ETH Ethereum: 0x1ccE8A04fa6743eD1D24cA063c7543D43B42F328 $LTC Litecoin: LavXqTWVHebEgVhBXdg3Hue3xEAmgtxLgr $DOGE Dogecoin: DMngvNMX1U8Sg8PkDjCC3UTS8Mmn9RqTP5 DISCLAIMER: Do your own due diligence and research. Joel Comm and Travis Wright are NOT FINANCIAL ADVISORS. We are sharing our journey with you as we learn more about this crazy little thing called cryptocurrency. We make NO RECOMMENDATIONS. Don't take anything we say as gospel. Do not come to our homes with pitchforks because you lost money by listening to us. We only share with you what we are learning and what we are investing it. We will never "pump or dump" any cryptocurrencies. Take what we say with a grain of salt. You must research this stuff on your own! Just know that we will always strive for RADICAL TRANSPARENCY with any show associations Support the show: https://badcryptopodcast.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this week’s episode, Amanda, Shandy, and Colleen are joined live over Zoom by Maggie, Judy, Matt, and Vicki for their annual Broadsgiving episode! They talk booster shot strategies, the Steven King/Dr. Seuss crossover, “Things That Go Mump in the Night,” and of course, pies. Colleen gives everyone an Olivia Rodrigo tutorial, everyone reminisces about […] The post The Broadcast Ep. 6.10 “Giving Thanks With Hers” appeared first on Jay and Jack.
On this week's episode, Amanda, Shandy, and Colleen are joined live over Zoom by Maggie, Judy, Matt, and Vicki for their annual Broadsgiving episode! They talk booster shot strategies, the Steven King/Dr. Seuss crossover, "Things That Go Mump in the Night," and of course, pies. Colleen gives everyone an Olivia Rodrigo tutorial, everyone reminisces about their Limewire days, and we give thanks for just the tip. Amanda's the Boomer! Let us know what Holiday Movies we should watch this year!Feedback: TheBroadcasters3@gmail.com or 331-BROADS3 (331-276-2373)Links:Matt's Broadcast Book Club: https://bit.ly/2MDMem3The Broadcast on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/30g6ijbThe Broadcast Facebook Page: https://bit.ly/2TAqeKSPatreon: www.patreon.com/jayandjackFacebook: www.facebook.com/groups/jayandjackgroupMerch: www.jayandjack.com/store
Scripture For Today: Philemon 1:22“And one thing more: Prepare a guest room for me, because I hope to be restored to you in answer to your prayers.”Giving Thanks pt 4We are in the season of “Thanksgiving” here in the United States, and these last few days we have been looking at the story of the 10 lepers to learn about “Thanksgiving.” I pray that you've received some great inspiration on the importance of giving thanks during this week. Amen! With our story of the 10 lepers and the one that returned – only one. Only ONE that returned to give Jesus thanks for healing him of this dreaded disease. The others did nothing wrong, per se. They were doing exactly what Jesus had instructed them to do. He told them, “Go and show yourself to the priests.” That is what they were doing. But this one, unnamed man, decided it was more important for him to return and thank Jesus for the healing – BEFORE he was declared clean by the priests. He wanted to praise Jesus FIRST. We can learn a lot from that. Will you give Jesus praise – even before your family knows what blessing you received? Can you miss it? Sure you can. It's a short week for most folks, which means you might be horribly busy for one, two, or three days. You might have some time off, which means you've got some honey-do chores at home, some tasks at church, or some Christmas shopping to do at all the big sales. If you're traveling, you've got to get going. If you're hosting the family, you've got to cook. You've got to get to the grocery store. You've got to call the turkey help-line again and remember how to get it done. In a holiday week, it's possible to get all the way through Thanksgiving without ever actually STOPPING to be thankful! AMEN! Don't do that! Commit to it, and do it. That is worship. One healed leper came back. One caught himself in the midst of the celebration, and returned to Jesus. He reversed his steps, put his family on hold, put the priest on hold, and came back to the cause of his celebration. His response and life situation were unique, but in the simplest sense of what he did his thankfulness led to action. And boy, did that turn out to be important! "Where are the other nine?" Jesus asked. Do you realize what this says? Jesus said, "Go, and show yourselves to the priests. Jesus never commanded that any of them express thankfulness to God, or return to him, the healer. Nevertheless, that is what Jesus expected. What kind of action is Jesus looking for from you? Has God's Holy Spirit been urging you toward some action step? Had the Lord been tugging at you for some step of faith? Is there a family, a friend, or even a stranger in need of help this Thanksgiving season? Is there something you feel compelled to do? My best advice, based on what Jesus was looking for 2,000 years ago, is to take that step of action. Assume God is pulling you toward that area, or that action, and get it done. Otherwise, a prayer over the Thanksgiving meal will last about as long as that sensation of fullness after the meal. I don't know about you, but no matter how full I get on Thanksgiving Thursday, I always manage to eat well on Friday. Shouldn't our spirit of thankfulness last longer than that? Get it done! Look at the Scripture again, and walk with me through this. Tomorrow, were going to look at three different words that are all trying to say the same thing. They're all saying that this “used to be leper” is now healed and is well. But you will be surprised by what Jesus actually said and what this man and those around Jesus understood Him to say. HINT: It's not what the English translation says… well, it IS, but yet, it is much, much deeper than that. So, I'll just leave with that cliff hanger! Amen! Return tomorrow as we conclude this “Thanksgiving week prayer study in Prayer 2021! Let's Pray! Please subscribe to this podcast, leave us a quick 5 star review on Apple Podcasts to help us...
Emiliana Simon-Thomas and Jeremy Adam Smith observed that, “Americans are very grateful and they think gratitude is important—they're just not very good at expressing it.” In our world of constant and chronic stressors, it takes intentional effort to recognize, appreciate, and savor the good things in our lives. But when we do, we create conditions for our relationships to thrive: savoring positive experiences, expressing thanks, and receiving gratitude from others.
Every year on the Sunday following Thanksgiving, Pastor Gary Hamrick and Marwan Rifka give an update on how and what Cornerstone Chapel is doing. It is a way to draw attention to the goodness of God and to give Him thanks and glory for all the wonderful ways He has blessed us and used us for the Kingdom. In this service, we highlight the various ministries of the church, give a financial update, and explain how we are endeavoring to impact the world for the glory of God.
TWiV reviews why children should be vaccinated against COVID-19, increased risk of infection with SARS-CoV-2 Beta, Gamma, and Delta variant compared to Alpha variant in vaccinated but not recovered individuals, and immune correlates of protection from the mRNA-1273 vaccine efficacy trial. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Dickson Despommier, and Brianne Barker Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiV! Links for this episode COVID-19 vaccines for children (Science) Risk of infection with variants (medRxiv) Immune correlates of mRNA-1273 (Science) Letters read on TWiV 835 Timestamps by Jolene. Thanks! Weekly Picks Dickson – Pee Wee Herman aka Paul Rubens Brianne – APOD: Pleiades Vincent – A History of Poliomyelitis by JR Paul Listener Picks Richard – Let's talk about a familiar problem and a new tactic…. Sherri – Have the New Jab Intro music is by Ronald Jenkees Send your virology questions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
Scripture For Today:1 Samuel 12:19“The people all said to Samuel, “Pray to the Lord your God for your servants so that we will not die, for we have added to all our other sins the evil of asking for a king.”Giving Thanks pt 3We are in the season of “Thanksgiving” here in the United States, and these last few days we have been looking at the story of the 10 lepers to learn about “Thanksgiving.” Now, Jesus says to these lepers, "Go and show yourselves to the priests." They look down at their bodies. The hands of one man are still mangled. Another man looks at his leg, which ends with a filthy rag at the knee. Another looks at his skin, and finds it as repulsive as ever. In other words, all of these men were no better off than they had been ten minutes earlier, when they had first spotted the famous teacher. And yet, they headed off in search of the priests. And on their way, they were healed. On their way, a hand reappeared, and tingled with life. A crutch tripped on a filthy rag, as it fell to the ground. The leg was back, healthy, whole, complete. The skin cleared, and the tiny hairs on a forearm turned from snow white to brown. One looked at the other, another looked at the rest, and the screaming started. The smiles broke into cheering, and a sweet madness. They raced off in the distance, not believing that the nightmare was finally over. But in order for the miracle to happen, these men had to start walking in faith before their circumstances had changed one tiny bit. You cannot wait until the problems are over to start walking in faith. You cannot put conditions on holy God. You cannot say, "Lord, as soon as there's enough money, I follow your instructions." You cannot pray, "Lord, if you'll just solve this issue in my family, I'll go to church." God might say, "Love me despite the disease. Obey me despite the lack of talent, or the lack of resources. Follow me now, despite the depression. Say no to the temptation, while it still is difficult. Praise me in the darkest of nights, and in the worst of circumstances." This is the nature of God, a God who loves you so much, He'll give you the opportunity to be thankful when nothing about your circumstances gives you that motivation. My friends, that is the very definition of faith. If you praised God only on the good days, only in the best of circumstances, it would not be faith at all. That would be more like a business arrangement - and this is not about business! Some of you are in horrible circumstances, right now. And what awaits you today, this week, is a forcing of the question. Will you be thankful despite the difficult circumstances? If so, you will have experienced faith. One of the men came back to Jesus, and praised God. He was thankful. He was public about it. He was loud - he wasn't shy at all. Why was he so loud? This guy had been forced to yell for as long as he'd had leprosy. Had it been years? He'd probably yelled so long, he didn't know how to come to the Lord quietly, or even in a normal voice. When he came back and fell at the feet of Jesus, he was just louder than the normal person, and he was praising God. This is an amazingly short application point. This week, be sure you take time to acknowledge God for his goodness. Be sure to actually be thankful. Be sure to gather everyone up for a prayer of Thanksgiving that's a real prayer of thankfulness. Don't miss the opportunity to worship God this week. And be loud about it! Amen! Let's Pray! Please subscribe to this podcast, leave us a quick 5 star review on Apple Podcasts to help us grow and be sure to visit our website for more information on our ministry: https://podcastersforchrist.com/ (https://podcastersforchrist.com). And while you are at the website, download the free resource I have for you… it is free and is called, “How to Start a Christian Podcast.” It will bless you – go and download it today. You can also WATCH these session on our Facebook
Scripture For Today:Exodus 9:28“Pray to the Lord, for we have had enough thunder and hail. I will let you go; you don't have to stay any longer.”Giving Thanks pt 2Since we are in the season of “Thanksgiving” here in the United States, I wanted to take a few days to share my thoughts, based on Bible Scriptures, about “Thanksgiving.” Yesterday, we left off looking at the story of the ten lepers who were healed by Jesus. This disease can take 30 years to run its course, and in that time span, entire limbs can simply fall off. It is, assuredly, a most horrible disease. We have nearly an impossible task in trying to fathom what it was like 2,000 years ago, when medical treatment as we know it today was almost non-existent. Beth Moore, in her book Jesus The One And Only, tells of an occasion she had to be near a modern-day leper colony. Something within her had always wanted to minister in a leper colony, but her trip overseas had given her the first opportunity to be near such a place. She walked by the entrance three times. She saw those who were suffering. She begged herself for a chance to go inside. But she could not. The reason? The smell overwhelmed her. She could not work up the stomach to go inside the colony. She could not bear the thought of witnessing for the Lord, but at the same time becoming violently ill as she faced human beings already acutely aware that they were different. The trip passed, and she was not able to go inside. And, I think, we gained a new appreciation of how bad this disease must have been in the days of Christ. It wasn't just the grotesque damage, or the attack to our sight. It wasn't just the loud cries, the attack to our hearing. It was also the smell of rotting, decaying flesh, overwhelming even our sense of smell. The emotional pain of a leper, however, must have been even worse than the physical pain. He was removed from his family, from his community. There could be no contact, whatsoever, with his children or grandchildren. None. Immediately removed. His wife would not be allowed to kiss him goodbye. He would not have allowed it, for fear that she, too, would become afflicted. Lepers tended to roam together, looking for food, begging for assistance from a great distance, learning to yell in loud voices, both from the need to warn others, and to beg for help from across the way. What would it have been like to have been removed from friends and family for a lifetime, and to have been forced to announce that removal on a daily basis? It must have been horrible. But, when they asked Jesus to heal them, He responded, “OK, go show yourself to the priests!” And, as they went, scripture say, “they were healed.” All ten. But in order for the miracle to happen, these men had to start walking in faith before their circumstances had changed one tiny bit. Is there a more potent lesson for us, on this Thanksgiving week? You cannot wait until the problems are over to start walking in faith. You cannot put conditions on holy God. You cannot say, "Lord, as soon as there's enough money, I follow your instructions." You cannot pray, "Lord, if you'll just solve this issue in my family, I'll start to church." You cannot put conditions on God! Instead, God places a demand for faith on us, before anything at all has changed. Think about that this week… Let's Pray! Please subscribe to this podcast, leave us a quick 5 star review on Apple Podcasts to help us grow and be sure to visit our website for more information on our ministry: https://podcastersforchrist.com/ (https://podcastersforchrist.com). And while you are at the website, download the free resource I have for you… it is free and is called, “How to Start a Christian Podcast.” It will bless you – go and download it today. You can also WATCH these session on our Facebook Playlist at this link: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtKWeKtmv-BwgkquBTsSh-GznbmuUp_R2...
It's Thanksgiving! Even if you are currently not recovering from a gravy-induced food coma, come chill with JV and Nick Gray as they give some thanks for this year's developments, both in and out of tech. Before that, they recount a lovely trip with they took with fellow tech friends at the Mediatek Summit. Follow our guests! Nick Gray (Phandroid) http://youtube.com/phandroid http://phandroid.com http://twitter.com/phandroid http://twitter.com/nickmgray Follow our host! Joshua Vergara (JV) --- http://youtube.com/joshuavergara http://twitter.com/jvtechtea http://instagram.com/jvtechtea http://tiktok.com/@jvtechtea Subscribe: http://bit.ly/pocketnowsub http://pocketnow.com Follow us: http://flipboard.com/@Pocketnow http://facebook.com/pocketnow http://twitter.com/pocketnow http://instagram.com/pocketnow Music by pine voc: cell division - music for smartphones "smartphone" and "app store" https://steviasphere.bandcamp.com/album/cell-division-music-for-smartphones See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Tristan talks about giving thanks and practicing gratitude on this Thanksgiving episode of the TAP In with Tristan. With Thanksgiving this week, the idea of giving thanks and practicing gratitude has undoubtedly crossed most of our minds, but with our busy schedules, work deadlines, and adult responsibilities, it can be easy for this to fall to the bottom of the list. If you want to practice thankfulness and gratitude more intentionally, check out the full tip! Want to know more about our LinkedIn Learning courses? Check them out! https://bit.ly/3k4havy Have a topic suggestion? You can find our submission form here. http://bit.ly/tapintristan Check out Tristan's website to learn more about him or to book a free consultation. http://bit.ly/31HFzND Connect with Tristan on LinkedIn, IG, FB, and Twitter. http://bit.ly/2G7d6HK http://bit.ly/2XDcp3z http://bit.ly/2JEbg1R http://bit.ly/2JCmKTzv
Scripture For Today:2 Thessalonians 1:3“We ought always to thank God for you, brothers and sisters, and rightly so, because your faith is growing more and more, and the love all of you have for one another is increasing.”Giving Thanks pt 1As we are now in the season of “Thanksgiving” here in the United States, I wanted to take a few days to share my thoughts, based on Bible Scriptures, about “Thanksgiving.” Let's just do a quick history lesson of sorts, about the REAL Thanksgiving… Way, way back, in 1623, three years AFTER the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth, Mass., this celebration was started to give thanks to God for the provision of that year. You see, it was a tough going the first two years… The life and voyage the Pilgrims experienced was tough. They lost over half of the people they started, the winters were brutal, and they would have starved to death but for the Indians who were willing to help them out. The Pilgrims had a choice to make. They could give thanks to God for the fact they were alive and functioning. They could have cursed God for the fact they lost well over half of the people they left England with. Or they could have cursed God because they did not land in FLORIDA! The other choice they had was to just forget about what God did for them and just live out their lives. They chose to give thanks. Even though they had a lot they could complain about, they chose to give thanks. They knew who to give the glory to. We can go through life complaining or we can spend our lives giving thanks! We can relate this to the story in the Bible of the Ten Lepers that were healed by Jesus. Turn to Luke 17:11-19… Sometimes, we read this story too quickly. So I am actually going to take a few days to walk through this with you. We start with ten men who have the worst disease of their day. The physical ramifications are horrendous. Leprosy attacks the body, leaving sores, missing fingers, missing toes, damaged limbs. In many cases, the initial pain of leprosy gives way to something more terrible than that - a loss of sensation in nerve endings, leading to more damage to more body parts. The disease can take 30 years to run its course, and in that time span, entire limbs can simply fall off. It is, assuredly, a most horrible disease. We have nearly an impossible task in trying to fathom what it was like 2,000 years ago, when medical treatment as we know it today was almost non-existent. But the emotional pain of the lepers was actually worse than the physical pain. Be forcibly separated from their loved ones…was probably the toughest part. The loved ones would come and give them food, but they had to stay far away and leave it for them. Then the leper could approach and eat it. But often, especially if they were disabled, other lepers would come and eat it before they arrived. I know I'm about out of time for today. So let me close with this… These 10 lepers had heard about the miracles of Jesus. If there was anyone that could help them, it was Him. So, they asked Him to heal them. And He did. Scripture says as “they went their way” to show themselves to the Priests, ONE turned around and came back to give thanks to Jesus. One. And we are still talking about him to this day. We never hear about the other nine. Nothing. But we still talk about the ONE. So, in this season of Thanksgiving, please STOP and, just like the Pilgrims – and just like the ONE leper, make a decision to GIVE THANKS to the Lord for what He has provided. It may not be anywhere near what you were hoping to have reaped this past year. But you still can give Him thanks for what He has provided. And that is all that really matters… Happy Thanksgiving… Let's Pray! Please subscribe to this podcast, leave us a quick 5 star review on Apple Podcasts to help us grow and be sure to visit our website for more information on our...
On a special Thanksgiving episode of BroadwayRadio, Matt, Ashley, and Grace sit down to talk about the theatre things from 2021 they are most thankful for. Any and all feedback is appreciated: Ashley Steves email@example.com | @NoThisIsAshleyGrace Aki firstname.lastname@example.org | @ItsGraceAkiJames Marino email@example.com | @JamesMarinoJennifer McHugh firstname.lastname@example.org | @EponineQMatt Tamanini read more The post BroadwayRadio Special: Giving Thanks To Theatre appeared first on BroadwayRadio.
Sermon Overview Scripture Passage: Habakkuk 1-3 The Book of Habakkuk might be the most pertinent Scripture in this day and age. In three short chapters, Habakkuk shows us how to give thanks in dark days. There are three things to remember about faith as these days grow gloriously dim. In chapter one, we learn that faith does not live by explanations, but by God's promises. “The burden which the prophet Habakkuk saw. O Lord, how long shall I cry, And You will not hear? Even cry out to You, ‘Violence!'” (Habakkuk 1:1-2). Habakkuk has been praying fervently, crying out for help with a broken heart. Yet he experienced Heaven's silence, Earth's sinfulness, and Hell's success. He begins to question if God is even listening. God will not explain everything to us because we would not understand His ways; He will not limit Himself to our understanding. In chapter two, Habakkuk shows that faith doesn't live by appearances, but by providence. In the silence of a prayer tower, God revealed His providence to Habakkuk, first through Scripture, which is Truth. Habakkuk also saw God's provision for the saints: “Behold the proud, his soul is not upright in him; but the just shall live by his faith” (Habakkuk 2:4). Faith, when it is rooted in the Gospel of Jesus Christ, is the most powerful force on earth. God also provides retribution for the sinner. Judgment will come against all material, moral, and spiritual corruption running rampant on Earth. Adrian Rogers reminds us, “The mills of God grind slowly, but they grind exceedingly fine.” God will also show provision through the reign of the Savior: “For the earth will be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the Lord, as the waters cover the sea” (Habakkuk 2:14). Finally, in chapter three, we learn that faith doesn't live by circumstances, but by praise. Habakkuk 3:3 says, “His glory covered the heavens, and the earth was full of His praise.” In these dimming days, we must remember God's glory, rejoice in His goodness and rely on His grace. Adrian Rogers says, “We don't need to know why, we need to know Who.” Apply it to your life Are you giving thanks in these dark days? Remember: faith does not live by explanations, but by promises. It does not live by appearances, but by providence. And we can praise Him in every circumstance.
For the annual Thanksgiving episode, Suze and KT talk about being grateful for some special people in their lives, with two members of the Women & Podcast family; Colo and Robert. Take advantage of the Ultimate Opportunity Savings Account with Alliant Credit Unionat: https://bit.ly/3vEUTZW Join Suze's Women & Money Community for FREE and ASK SUZE your questions which may just end up on her podcast! To ask Suze a question, download by following one of these links: CLICK HERE FOR APPLE: https://apple.co/2KcAHbH CLICK HERE FOR GOOGLE PLAY: https://bit.ly/3curfMI See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
At this time of the year, we hear a lot about being thankful and having an attitude of gratitude. But from an everyday perspective, why is gratitude key in allowing good things to flow in our lives? When we are grateful to God—even in the bad times, it has the power to energize us. When we are broken, a grateful heart can bring healing, and when we feel like giving up, giving thanks can bring us hope. Our guests this week have learned to be grateful—not only in the good times, but in the difficult times, and they share how practicing gratefulness opens them up to more blessings, and gives them the strength to share those blessings with others. We'll hear stories of gratefulness from legendary singer Patti LaBelle and country music icon Tracy Lawrence. Links, Products, and Resources Mentioned: Jesus Calling Podcast Jesus Calling Jesus Listens Past interview: CeCe Winans Upcoming interview: Amanda Kloots Patti LaBelle Luther Vandross Dancing with the Stars www.pattilabelle.com Tracy Lawrence Glen Campbell Charley Pride Mission Possible Turkey Fry Sticks and Stones George Strait Merle Haggard Mission Possible Nashville Rescue Mission www.tracylawrence.com www.tlmissionpossible.com Interview Quotes: “Faith took me through, because I said, ‘I have to do this because I'm born to sing.' So a lot of prayers help me become the not-so-scared Patti LaBelle now.” - Pattie LaBelle “People believed in me so much. And it just gave me faith and courage to just, no matter how bad my voice is, just continue to sing. And guess what? By the grace of God, it came back stronger than ever before. And it was prayer.” - Pattie LaBelle “I miss all of the things that come along with having sisters, having a family who can say anything to you and get away with it because it's blood. This time is precious.” - Patti LaBelle “I've always known that God's had His hand on my shoulder even through the hard times in life. I've never felt alone. I've always known that there was a greater power watching over me, and I've always felt guided, that I was here for a purpose.” - Tracy Lawrence “I think we've all seen through this last year that the homeless and the need that is out there across the country is just getting greater and greater. It's a little disheartening. It seems like the more you do, the more you realize that you're barely scratching the surface. But hopefully you'll inspire somebody else to do something with their church or somewhere else and just do their part in helping out our fellow man.” - Tracy Lawrence “I think whenever you do know that God has blessed you, that you have a responsibility to share that with the people that you come in contact with and be able to spread a little bit of that love and joy and humanitarianism around to them as well.” - Tracy Lawrence ________________________ Enjoy watching these additional videos from Jesus Calling YouTube channel: Audio Playlist: https://bit.ly/2PrbuwH Video Playlist: https://bit.ly/2PsmEkJ What's Good? Playlist: https://bit.ly/3i7VUlZ ________________________ Connect with Jesus Calling Instagram Facebook Twitter Pinterest YouTube Jesus Calling Website
The great Ray Flowers joins Jeff Mans on this special Thanksgiving edition of One Mans Opinion. With so much negativity in the world today, the guys decided to stay positive and discuss some of the things that make them happy in this chaotic world. They also share their fondest Thanksgiving memories where we see the drastic difference between Jeff & Ray's upbringing. Eventually, the boys get to recapping the dud that was week 11 in fantasy football and specifically in DFS. Since they only did a Core 4 on the radio this week, Mans gives the podcast listeners a treat with his main DFS lineup for the Thanksgiving Day slate. Ray helps us make some tough fantasy football lineup decisions during the start/sit segment which develops into an interesting comparison between two Los Angeles Rams receivers. The duo closes the show as always with their favorite survivor pick of the week, the best bet and the most likely upset of week 12.
Extremely good vibes in this Thanksgiving episode with former NAACP president, Maryland gubernatorial candidate, professor, and most importantly, Bernie Bro, Ben Jealous. Sometimes it's just nice to let the conversation follow a great conversationalist, and this week, the chat covers the biographical, racial identity, the merits of "defund" as a slogan, Ben's voting rights advocacy and why Biden's dragging his feet on filibuster reform, and a former gubernatorial candidates insights on what Democrats did wrong in Virginia. Like I said, the vibes are immaculate. Happy turkey day. Consider subscribing so Brie isn't constantly worried about subscriber numbers & producer Ben doesn't have to edit holiday episodes. Subscribe to Bad Faith on Patreon to instantly unlock our full premium episode library: http://patreon.com/badfaithpodcast Subscribe to Bad Faith on YouTube for video of this episode. Find Bad Faith on Twitter (@badfaithpod) and Instagram (@badfaithpod). Produced by Ben Dalton (@wbend). Theme by Nick Thorburn (@nickfromislands).
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As a celebrated historian and prolific columnist, Niall Ferguson has plenty for which to be grateful. Ferguson, the Hoover Institution's Milbank Family Senior Fellow, explains why Americans should be giving thanks this holiday season. Note: this was first broadcast a few years ago, before the pandemic disrupted our lives and complicated our holiday planning.
It's easy to feel like this particular week is pretty condensed. It's hard, for me at least, to let Thanksgiving just be Thanksgiving. So I want to take a few minutes to center us this week before everything ramps up, whatever that looks like for you and your family.Helpful Companion LinksClaim your November preorder bonus for The Lazy Genius Kitchen herePractical past Thanksgiving episodes: #133 - 10 Helpful Thanksgiving Strategies, #130 - The Lazy Genius Guide to Hosting Anything, #131 - The Perfect Thanksgiving TurkeyMindset and gratitude episodes: #38 - The Lazy Genius Practices Thankfulness, #182 - Loving People You Disagree WithGrateful: The Subversive Practice of Giving Thanks by Diana Butler BassDownload a transcript of this episode. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.