Die Aktionen der "Letzten Generation" rufen ultraautoritäre Gelüste hervor. Der offen ausgetragene Hass der Gesellschaft auf sie zeigt wieder einmal, dass Deutschland ein altes Land ist, meint Jean-Phillipe Kindler in seinem satirischen Schrägstrich. Von Jean-Phillipe Kindler.
Entrevista con el viceministro de Economía del Ministerio de Hacienda, Iván Hass, sobre el acuerdo a nivel técnico del conjunto de políticas macroeconómicas y reformas estructurales que respaldarán el Instrumento de Coordinación de Políticas (PCI). Alcances de las modificaciones al proyecto de Presupuesto General de la Nación para el 2023.
Ref.: P. Vedaste Kayisabe, Rektor interdiözesanes Priesterseminar St. Thomas in Ruanda Den Völkermord am Volk der Tutsi in Ruanda erlebte Vedaste Kayisabe als junger Mann. Er überlebte das Gemetzel in seiner Heimatpfarrei versteckt zwischen den Körpern der Opfer - nur weil er auch für tot gehalten wurde, verschonten ihn die Schlächter. Vedaste war überzeugt, dass Gott selbst ihn gerettet hatte, und wollte fortan sein Leben ganz in den Dienst der Kirche stellen. Wie jener Ausbruch von blindem Hass und Gewalt 1994 eine Berufung zu Versöhnung und Nächstenliebe freisetzen konnte - das berichtet uns Pater Vedaste Kayisabe in unserer Reihe "Lebenslinien". Außerdem erzählt er uns von der Rolle, die der Marienerscheinungsort Kibeho heute für die Menschen in Ruanda insgesamt und für seine Berufungsgeschichte im Besonderen spielt. P. Vedaste Kayisabe, geb. 1970, ist Rektor des Priesterseminars in Kabgayi. Dort werden derzeit 233 junge Männer ausgebildet - und das in einem Land, das nur ein Sechstel der Bevölkerung Deutschlands zählt! Der Völkermord von Ruanda, den P. Vedaste knapp überlebte, kostete mehr als 800.000 Menschen das Leben. Dreiviertel der Tutsi-Minderheit im Land wurde innerhalb weniger Monate regelrecht abgeschlachtet, ebenso wie alle, die sie zu schützen versuchten. Die Wunden des Genozids sind bis heute spürbar. Der Weg der Versöhnung ist lang. Auf diesem Weg hat von Anfang an die Kirche eine wichtige Rolle gespielt.
Die Normale Möwe Weihnachtsgeschichte LIVE - 17.12.20 - Hamburg - Tickets: https://bit.ly/3EcVVCW Heißer als in der Hölle geht es heute zu bei Max Scharff und Hinnerk Köhn! Die beiden sind nämlich die Cherubims des Scherzes, Luzifer und Belzebub, die unbestrittenen Podcast-Bosse der sehr nischigen Comedy-Podcasts mit Fokus auf Liebe und Hass. Und gerade Hass ist heute ein Hauptthema der Folge: Abscheu, Antipathie und Ekel dominieren diese Folge! Also haltet schön 1,5 Meter Abstand damit ihr beim Hören keine ätzende Galle in die Ohren bekommt - denn heute wird es wyld!
Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger war Bundesjustizministerin. Heute ist die FDP-Politikerin die Antisemitismus-Beauftragte des Landes NRW. Im Gespräch erklärt sie Christoph Ullrich, was sie alles schon erreicht hat und warum der Kampf gegen den Hass auf Juden und Jüdinnen trotzdem noch mehr Engagement braucht. Von Christoph Ullrich.
Michaela Haas, Ph.D., an award-winning reporter and author of three non-fiction books, wrote her most recent book looking for answers to a chronic health issue she experienced. Two psychologists, Richard G. Tedeschi, Ph.D., and Lawrence Calhoun, Ph.D., coined the term "post-traumatic growth" from their work with survivors. Michaela wondered how other people navigate through trauma, illness, and death.In "Bouncing Forward: The Art and Science of Cultivating Resilience," Michaela interviews iconic "mavens of post-traumatic growth," including Writer and Civil Rights Activist Mia Angelou, ex-POW Brigadier General Rhonda Cornum, famed jazz guitarist and Holocaust survivor Coco Schumann, Buddhist Teacher Roshi Bernie Glassman, and many more.Michaela gravitated toward Mia Angelou's definition of resilience. As opposed to bouncing forward, resilience explains that we can never bounce back; we will never be the same after that loss, but we can forge a path ahead, and it's not something that happens immediately.She discovered a change in five different areas of their lives:Personal strengthDeeper relationships with othersNewer perspectives on lifeA new appreciation for lifeA change of spiritualityMichaela emphasizes that one of the essential components of resilience is joining like community and sharing your experience. "No one can do it on their own," she said. "Finding support is the most crucial step." She now defines herself as a solutions journalist, seeking stories of effective, reproducible solutions to society's most pressing issues.Michaela is a contributing editor for David Byrne's Reasons to be Cheerful and has been writing for the New York Times, AlJazeera, Rotary International, the Huffington Post, CBS, and numerous other media. Awards include the Professional Excellence Award 2022-2023 from the Foreign Press Correspondents Association & Club (AFPC-USA), Winner ASJA Health Writing 2022, First Place Environmental Reporting LAPress Club 2020, a.o. Find her at www.MichaelaHaas.com#solutionsjournalism
“Wer hat Angst vorm Drachenlord?” erzählt die Geschichte des YouTubers Rainer Winkler. Wie bereits in der ersten Staffel geht es um digitale Öffentlichkeit und Gesellschaftskritik. Allerdings ist der Podcast diesmal einfühlsamer und schöner erzählt. Schroeder, Carinawww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, BreitbandDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
Hass und Hetze im Internet, lautstarke Demokratiefeindlichkeit auf der Straße: Noch nie waren - gefühlt - so viele Menschen wütend und sogar gewaltbereit. Doch das ist eben nur ein Gefühl. "Ich würde nicht sagen, dass es mehr wütende Menschen gibt als früher“, sagte der Extremismusforscher Matthias Quent im Gespräch mit SWR Aktuell-Moderator. „Aber es gibt eine stärkere Mobilisierung und Aktivierung, eine bessere Org"nisation und strukturellen Aufbau". Hören Sie im Interview, was sich Matthias Quent von der Zivilgesellschaft erhofft und warum die „Wutbürger“ nicht ignoriert werden sollten.
Hass im Netz kann tödlich enden: Das machte nicht erst der Mord an CDU-Politiker Walter Lübcke klar. Und auch wenn die Ex-Ministerin Renate Künast jetzt vor Gericht Erfolg hatte – häufig bleiben digitale Hassrede und Cybermobbing ohne Konsequenz.Moderation: Vera Linß und Martin Böttcherwww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, BreitbandDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
Attributes Describing God's BeingWhat is God made of?Can you explain God's invisibility with referencing scripture?Mental Attributes Could you define and describe omniscience?What is open theism and why is it not biblical?How would you describe that God is wise?When we say that God is true, what are we saying? How does Grudem define?Moral Attributes When we say that God is good what are we saying?What is the greatest expression of Love and how is this reflected in who God is?How can we understand God being Holy? Why is it ok for God to be jealous? What is He jealous for?In a beloved modern hymn we sing, “the wrath of God was satisfied.” What is wrath and what does this lyric mean?Attributes of PurposeHow should we think of the will of God?Explain omnipotence. What are the summary attributes Grudem mentions?
Filmpodcast 762 Woche 45 2022 – Kino im Kopf – mit Michael Sennhauser. Georges Wyrsch hat «Peter K.» gesehen, den neuen Schweizer Spielfilm über einen tragischen Akt unserer jüngeren Geschichte. Und «Return to Dust» jenen chinesischen Film, den das Regime erst übersehen und dann fast schon panisch verboten hat. Ich habe «Vous n'aurez pas ma haine» gesehen, die Geschichte eines Textes gegen den Hass im Gefolge der Pariser Anschläge von 2015. Wir gratulieren Jodie Foster und Demi Moore zum 60. Geburtstag. Und wir haben eine indirekt passende Tonspur und die beliebten Kurztipps.
Knut Elstermann empfiehlt das neue Porträt über Schriftstellerin Elfriede Jelinek und das berührende Drama "Meinen Hass bekommt ihr nicht" über einen Mann, der beim "Bataclan"-Terroranschlag in Paris seine Frau verliert.
Dr. Larry Hass is the Dean of Jeff McBride's “Magic and Mystery School” in Las Vegas. Successor to the late Eugene Burger, Dr. Hass carries on the tradition and instruction in his own style, but with definite and apparent influence by Eugene. In fact, Larry was in secret collaboration with Eugene on his last two books that were not to be released until after his death. Those two books are now available and stand as testaments to the brilliant mind of Eugene Burger. View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize In this episode, Dr. Hass talks about his journey to be on the faculty, then Associate Dean to finally becoming the Dean of the School. He gives a short lesson covering some of the tenants taught in the School. In case you wondered about how the Magic & Mystery School works, then this conversation will fill you in on how and what they do. We also talk about the importance of contracts, lighting, and more plus Larry reminisces about his old friend, Eugene Burger. Download this podcast in an MP3 file by Clicking Here and then right click to save the file. You can also subscribe to the RSS feed by Clicking Here. You can download or listen to the podcast through Stitcher by Clicking Here or through FeedPress by Clicking Here or through Tunein.com by Clicking Here or through iHeart Radio by Clicking Here..If you have a Spotify account, then you can also hear us through that app, too. You can also listen through your Amazon Alexa and Google Home devices. Remember, you can download it through the iTunes store, too. See the preview page by Clicking Here
Süße Tiervideos, Urlaubsfotos, Memes, Koch-Tutorials, Lifehacks und vieles mehr - das ist die schöne Welt hinter dem Hashtag-Dschungel auf Social Media. Die Darkside sind nicht nur Hate Speech, Mobbing, Fakenews und falsche Schönheitsideale. Immer wieder mischen sich unter den Beiträge zu geteilten Hobbys und abonnierten Seiten auch transportierte falsche Schönheitsideale, Werbung, Massendatespeicherung und vor allem: viel Hass! Wie geht es euch mit eurem Umgang mit Social Media? Wie viel Zeit verbringt ihr auf den Netzwerken? Wie erlebt ihr dort das Miteinander? Hat uns Social Media eher mehr zusammen oder auseinander gebracht? Ist es für euch Fluch oder Segen? Ein offenes Forum mit Timm Lindenau.
Die fünfte Staffel „The Crown“ zeigt unter anderem das „annus horribiles“, das schlimmste Jahr der Queen von England, wie sie 1992 selbst betitelt hat. In „Candy“ wird eine junge Frau zur Mörderin. Und die Doku „Sturmhöhe“ geht den Spuren von Emily Brontës einzigem Roman nach. Hier entlang geht's zu den Links unserer Werbepartner: https://detektor.fm/werbepartner/was-laeuft-heute >> Artikel zum Nachlesen: https://detektor.fm/kultur/was-laeuft-heute-the-crown-candy-sturmhoehe-liebe-hass-und-rache
Die fünfte Staffel „The Crown“ zeigt unter anderem das „annus horribiles“, das schlimmste Jahr der Queen von England, wie sie 1992 selbst betitelt hat. In „Candy“ wird eine junge Frau zur Mörderin. Und die Doku „Sturmhöhe“ geht den Spuren von Emily Brontës einzigem Roman nach. Hier entlang geht's zu den Links unserer Werbepartner: https://detektor.fm/werbepartner/was-laeuft-heute >> Artikel zum Nachlesen: https://detektor.fm/kultur/was-laeuft-heute-the-crown-candy-sturmhoehe-liebe-hass-und-rache
Das Ausmaß an medialer und politischer Verrohung nimmt stetig zu, wie einige aktuelle Beispiele zeigen. Wer dachte, die während der medialen Absicherung der Corona-Politik erlebten Entgleisungen seien nicht zu überbieten, sieht sich seit Beginn des Ukrainekrieges eines Besseren belehrt: Während scheinheilig zum Kampf gegen „Desinformation, Hass und Hetze“ vonseiten der Bürger aufgerufen wird, ergehen sichWeiterlesen
Kaum hat Elon Musk Twitter übernommen, vergeht kein Tag ohne Meldungen, wie der Milliardär die Social-Media-Plattform umkrempeln will. Was ändert sich für die Nutzerinnen und Nutzer, wenn die Plattform profitabler werden soll? Und droht Twitter eine Plattform für Hass und Hetze zu werden? Diese Fragen klärt Roland Jodin mit Wirtschaftsredakteurin Ann-Kathrin Nezik, die für die ZEIT über Digitalisierung und große Internetkonzerne schreibt. Nach dem knappen Wahlsieg Lula da Silvas in der Stichwahl um Brasiliens Präsidentenamt steht der Wahlsieger vor drängenden Herausforderungen. Ein Schwerpunkt seiner Präsidentschaft soll dabei auf der Rettung des Amazonaswalds liegen. Doch lässt sich der Regenwald überhaupt noch retten? Darüber spricht Roland Jodin mit Thomas Fischermann, Südamerika-Experte der ZEIT. Und sonst so? Einziges Kino Benins seit Wochen ausverkauft. (https://www.deutschlandfunknova.de/nachrichten/westafrika-einziges-kino-benins-seit-wochen-ausverkauft) Moderation und Produktion: Roland Jodin Mitarbeit: Marc Fehrmann und Lisa Pausch Alle Folgen unseres Podcasts finden Sie hier. Fragen, Kritik, Anregungen? Sie erreichen uns unter firstname.lastname@example.org. Weitere Links zur Folge: Twitter-Übernahme: Musks Machtdemonstration (https://www.zeit.de/digital/internet/2022-10/elon-musk-twitter-uebernahme-entlassungen) Twitter-Übernahme: Ein undurchsichtiger Deal (https://www.zeit.de/2022/45/twitter-uebernahme-elon-musk-plaene) Brasilien: Wald und Wahl (https://www.zeit.de/2022/45/brasilien-luiz-inacio-lula-da-silva-praesidentschaftswahl-amazonas) Amazonas in Brasilien: "Die neue Regierung muss die Entwaldung auf null setzen" (https://www.zeit.de/politik/ausland/2022-09/amazonas-brasilien-jair-bolsonaro-carlos-nobre) Podcast: Auch das noch? (https://www.zeit.de/serie/auch-das-noch-krisenpodcast)
Megan does a crossover episode with Rebecca Hass of "Being a Whole Person" podcast! Here's what Rebecca wrote about our chat... "I had a delightful conversation with Megan Ihnen, a mezzo-soprano and “new music force of nature” who wears many hats as a performer, educator, coach/consultant for musicians, and also in arts admin. With these many roles, she is an amazing connector and natural community builder. Tune in to hear us chat about creative placemaking, authentic community building, balancing many roles and having lots of work variety, burnout, being a musician during the pandemic, routines, harmful ideas around “hard work”, and how we can bring our very favorite selves to our creative work." About Rebecca Hass Rebecca Hass is a creative coach, pianist, and composer living in Berkeley, CA. As a coach, she helps ambitious creative people self-compassionately reduce overwhelm so they have more energy to focus on the work that matters most, with space to enjoy life. As a pianist/composer, she specializes in Brazilian music and her compositions span a variety of topics, from samba grooves to crime-fighting manatees, which you can hear on her album Florescer (Bloom). She also hosts the podcast Being a Whole Person, full of inspiration, encouragement, and tangible tips to help you self-compassionately grow your creative practice from a supportive foundation of wellness. Coaching website: coachingforcreativewellness.com (http://coachingforcreativewellness.com) Music website: rebeccahass.com (http://rebeccahass.com) Being A Whole Person podcast: coachingforcreativewellness.com/podcast (http://coachingforcreativewellness.com/podcast) Support the Studio Class Podcast You can help support the creation of these episodes when you join the Sybaritic Camerata on Patreon. Get started at patreon.com/mezzoihnen.
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So remind us of that new thing that you're doing, that thing that you have for us yet keep our heart set and our mindset on your kingdom. 3 (16m 45s): Lord Jesus name we pray. Amen. You may be seated. 4 (16m 51s): A good Mor 3 (16m 54s): Almost there. 4 (16m 55s): Hello. Good morning. And welcome. It's not working. Is he going? There you go. There we go. Is it okay? There we go. There 3 (17m 5s): We go. Thank you. 4 (17m 6s): Technical difficulties. Good morning and welcome. It's Family Sunday again. We are just so glad you guys are back. As you can tell from the name, it's Family Sunday. We are all together here today. We got all the kids in, so we are just so glad we have donuts and it's just gonna be a great time to listen to the message today. Yeah. Yeah. And 3 (17m 29s): You're 4 (17m 29s): Brier. Oh yes I am. Brier. This is Jeremy. 3 (17m 32s): Jeremy. My name's Jeremy. I'm the youth and family pastor here. And this is not my son and he's not related, but my wife got us confused this 4 (17m 39s): Morning. I don't have any 0 (17m 41s): Positions here 4 (17m 42s): Yet. 3 (17m 44s): So yeah, we're so glad you're joining us here on Family Sunday. It's exciting day as well. We're having, having child dedication right after this. And so it's just a great day to, to be together as a family. We've got a few things coming up. So we also, last week we, we were challenged to help give towards Hurricane Ian relief. And so that was the challenge put out. I don't remember, I don't know how much was raised last week, but we're gonna keep raising that $10,000. We raised $10,000. That's amazing. So that is just a, a generous gift that we're gonna be sending out to Hope City Church out in Florida to, to support them and their, and their kind of regrowth effort building up efforts. 3 (18m 27s): So that's some there, if you still wanna help give towards that, you can write a checkout to Harvest Church or age, you know, on the website and just put in the memo hurricane relief. And, and that's on top of your regular giving church. You've been just an amazing church to, to continue giving. It's been just a great growth in our, the season of our church. So thank you so much. 4 (18m 50s): Also, we are going to be on October 31st or Halloween. We typically don't like Halloween. It's a little 3 (18m 59s): Bit dark. 4 (19m 0s): Yeah, it's a dark, it's it's a dark holiday. Yeah. So we wanna make it much more family friendly. Friendly. So we are going to be having an outreach during Halloween where we're gonna have like a mini carnival in here. So there's gonna be candy, it's going to be great. You can donate candy back at the info center. Yeah. And it's gonna be three to 5:00 PM three to 5:00 PM on October 31st. So 3 (19m 28s): Yeah, open the doors to the community. It's gonna be a great time just to share the gospel message with them in just a tangible way. So it's gonna be awesome. And gals wanna want you to mark your calendar for November 18th at 6:00 PM We're gonna be having a gals event. And this is just like put it on your calendar. We don't have all the details yet, so details are to come, but that'll be November 18th on a Friday night, 6:00 PM 4 (19m 50s): Also for the winter season, we are going to get ready for operation Christmas Child, if you don't know what this is, you take a little like shoebox and you fill it with a bunch of toys and stuff and then it gets sent across the world to a child that's not gonna be able to celebrate a normal Christmas. Yeah. And so we just want to bless these kids. So you can pick up your operation Christmas child box on the back and make sure you drop it off by November 13th so that it can be shipped out on time. 3 (20m 20s): Awesome. And you said your family's probably done 30 to 40 boxes over your 4 (20m 24s): Lifetime? Yeah, quite a few. Okay. They've done, yeah, we've done quite a 3 (20m 26s): Few. Awesome. Well we got a video for Operation Christmas Child. Let's check that out. 5 (20m 38s): At the count of three when children opened the shoe boxes, they're so excited. 6 (20m 43s): I mean, it's just been incredible. 7 (20m 46s): Kids are so excited giving them a gift. Do it in Jesus name. And that's what this is all about. 8 (20m 52s): Jesus loves you. 9 (20m 56s): It's a gospel opportunity is the chance for the children to change the entire life. 10 (21m 2s): The word of God is spreading. The gospel is 9 (21m 4s): Advancing, 11 (21m 6s): It is impacting children, it is impacting families. It is impacting the world greatly. 7 (21m 13s): Thank you for praying. Thank you for giving. God will bless and God will use your gift to touch the life of a child and to be able to do it. Jesus name. So thank you, thank you for being a part of it. God bless each and every one of you. 3 (21m 32s): All right. So just what a great way to impact our world for the life-changing mess of the gospel of Jesus Christ. So get your boxes in the back of the Info center right now. We're gonna have a, a time of meet and greet. So say hello to someone around you as well as I'll invite up to the stage those, those families that are dedicating their children today. So say hi to someone around you. We'll be back in a minute. 0 (22m 8s): We all 8 (22m 13s): Loves 0 (22m 14s): Us 8 (22m 18s): When we're so 0 (22m 21s): No 8 (22m 22s): Matter what we 0 (22m 23s): Do to, 8 (22m 26s): This is great. There's nothing better. Didn't 0 (22m 32s): You? We And in this fucking Mr. 0 (23m 20s): Prevails, 8 (23m 22s): I hope his Jesus God never fails matter. What we do. He loves is the 0 (23m 34s): Kids 8 (23m 36s): Is 12 (23m 46s): I'm 0 (23m 48s): Ladies. 3 (24m 6s): All right. You guys will. All right. Welcome everyone. Child dedication Sunday on the side. Yeah, can go on the side. Yeah. All right. Come on up. Come on up. Schwartz is what exciting day shows our, our church is growing, not, you know, from, from the youngest up. 3 (24m 51s): So it's, it's, it's great to see your families up here. It's all right. So I get to introduce everyone first. So over here we have Logan and Caitlin Weiss, and we have their whole family, but today they're gonna be dedicating Theodore, Theo, and Willow. Let's see. And and Theo was born July 13th, 2022. And Willow was born August 17th, 2019. And Emmett back here was born December 21st, 2016. All right. And over here we have the Schwartz family. 3 (25m 33s): We got Joel and Caitlin and Gwen. And today they're gonna be dedicating Laurel. And she was born on January 19th, 2019. I got the date right. Okay. And then also Juniper, who was born on October 21st, 2020. So you just had a birthday. That's exciting. So today it's, it's, it's, it's a great day cuz first and foremost, it's the parents that we're dedicat are dedicating their lives to the Lord and the raising of their children in to nurture and discipline in the admonition of the Lord. 3 (26m 13s): New living translation says the discipline and instruction of the Lord. And so I wanna read a passage from Deuteronomy. Deuteronomy six, verses four through seven says, Hero Israel, the Lord our God is one. You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your strength. And these words, which I've commanded today shall be in your heart. So first and foremost, it's, it's the parent's relationship to God. That's the most important. And it it starts with the parents in their walka Lord as they're loving and obeying him and drawing closer to, to the Lord in humble obedience. So I brought up a triangle because I think in a way this is the, our relationship with God is the best pyramid scheme. There it is out there, okay? 3 (26m 54s): It's the good pyramid scheme. And so at a on a triangle, you have three different points. And you have God of top, cuz God is the rock, he's unmovable. But as the husband and wife begin to draw closer to God, and they began to come closer and closer to God, you can see they also, Dr. Come closer to each other. And so as your relationship individually grow and, and, and become closer to God, so too will your relationship with you as spouses grow closer to each other. And then what that does is Paul says that, follow me or imitate me as I follow and imitate Christ. So as you are going closer and your walk, the kids are gonna see that and they're gonna replicate that. 3 (27m 36s): So that is the triangle. But it also says, and Deutero, it says, You shall teach them diligently to your children. You shall talk to them when you sit down at your house, when you walk by the way, when you lie down, when you rise up. It's, it's a lifestyle of raising these kids up and teaching and nourishing. And it takes full efforts. A hundred percent right? A hundred percent. Psalm 1 27 says, Behold children are a heritage from the Lord. The fruit of the womb is a reward like the arrows in the hand of a warrior. So are the children in one's youth. And it says, Happy is the man who has e quiver full of them. They shall not be ashamed, but they shall speak with their enemies at the gate. So the Bible says that children are not only a heritage and reward, but they're also arrows in the hand of a war. 3 (28m 22s): Parents, you're warriors, we're raising dragon slayers in the time of dragons. I like that Facebook post that came out during 2020. You see, arrows are not just meant to be to stay in the quiver, They're meant to be shot out, they're meant to be released. They're, they're, they're meant to be sent out. And it takes time, it takes focus, it takes effort, it takes concentration. So that's what parenting is. It is preparing your children to be released out into the world and accomplish what God has for them. So I'd love right now to just to to, for the church body, you're a part of this community, to, to help raise these kids, to love on them. So why don't you raise your hand for to just be as we just pray over these two families. 3 (29m 6s): Jesus, we thank you for these two families, Lord, who are here saying that they're here to dedicate their children into the Lord. We thank you for each of the individual personalities of these children and all that you want to accomplish in and through them Lord. And so Lord, draw the parents closer to you, God, and closer to each other, Lord, so that their relationship might be strong and that that love might trickle down into the lives of their kids. And that kids witness Lord, your, their obedience to you Lord. So Lord, we dedicate these children unto the Lord. We dedicate them to you. God. We say, Lord, that good work that you started in them, we complete it, Lord, yes, we thank you Lord. 3 (29m 47s): In Jesus name we pray. Amen. Amen. Love you guys. Love you. All right, Steve. 13 (29m 60s): Yeah, I'm up. 14 (30m 3s): Thanks Jeremy. Thanks guys. I remember 31 years ago, roughly we dedicated sweet KK to the Lord. And, and really it is a dedication of the parents, as Jeremy said, We're actually asking parents to make a commitment of their lives, to raise up godly offspring. And we're talking today about impacting our community and our world with the life changing message of Jesus Christ. I tell you, as parents and grandparents, we've got the greatest opportunity to impact our nation, our world, our community, and our world with the life-changing message of Jesus Christ. 14 (30m 46s): So sometimes when we're busy, you look at my, look at these young families, there's so much going on, there's so much activity and so much drawing and pulling on these young families, and I just want to encourage parents and grandparents and grandparents. But that the greatest thing that you can do is, is impact your little kids with the gospel message of Jesus Christ. And watch how that will change the culture and will change your family and will change the dynamic of the, the nation and the world. Good and wonderful things happen as a result of that investment. And it's an investment, right? It's like a lifetime of investment, but it's got the best return possible. 14 (31m 31s): It's just the most amazing thing. And so with that, let's pray as we get into the message today, We're gonna be in First Corinthians chapter four. And Lord, we just want to invite you, Lord, we're so thankful for the opportunity to set time aside in the service, to challenge people, to challenge families, to raise their kids the way that the scriptures inform us to raise our kids. And so, Lord, I pray that there would be strength around that focus and commitment around that focus, Lord, that there would be a lifetime of dedication around that focus, Lord, that we as your church would make it our priority to pray for the next generation, to disciple the next generation Lord God, to instruct and to model to the next generation what it means to be a servant of yours, a follower of yours, Lord God. 14 (32m 22s): So in our conduct and our words and our thoughts and our deeds, God, that they would see and want to emulate and model that in their own, in their own lives, Lord God. So we pray Jesus, that each week as we gather that we'd be built up on our most holy faith, that we would, would receive instruction and encouragement to do what you've called us to do in your Word. And so part of that, and a major part of that Lord, is that we might impact those around us, impacting our community and our world with the life changing message of Jesus Christ will help us to do that. We pray, Lord, thank you for your grace in Jesus name. Amen. Amen. How many can remember, you guys seem a little quiet today? 14 (33m 5s): How many can remember our core values? Four core values on which we move forward together on, I'll give you the first word of each core value and then you fill it in. We are committed the Lord to the Lordship of Jesus Christ. We are confident in the word of God. We are created to serve God and others. And we are called to love all people, right? Do me a favor, write it down as my, some of us just need, we need core values for our own lives, right? Like we need to adopt core values for our lives that help to shape us and mold us as we move forward. 14 (33m 48s): And so use these core values because they are applicable, they are transferable, they work for a corporation, the, a corporate gathering of people like a church, but they also work for individuals and for families. And so, and then part of that is a purpose statement. What is your life gonna be like? Well, as a church, I hope and I pray, and our goal and our focus is that we would be impacting our community and our world with the life changing message of Jesus Christ. And so that's kind of what we're talking about today. But before we get to that, I got something for pastor appreciation that I'd like to share with you a couple weeks ago was pastor appreciation week. And so we received, you know, encouragement and gifts and that sort of thing. 14 (34m 29s): And one of the things that I did receive was a, a free joke. I got a free, I didn't have to pay five bucks for this joke. It was a free joke. And so this is the joke. What did the buffalo say to his son when he dropped him off at school? Bye son. I think I'm actually used that before, but it worked again. I got it. I had to use it. So anyway, hey, we're in First Corinthians chapter four. We're going to do our best to walk through all of First Corinthians chapter four. Do I have a calendar counter up there? Boy, I can't hardly see that. 30 Oh my glasses, I got like 45 minutes. Is that what they are? Is that what I have? 45 minutes. Thanks Amanda. Thanks. 14 (35m 10s): I might take 45 today impacting our community and our world life changing message of Jesus Christ. How do we do that? How do we do that? I mean, we gotta have steps to accomplish the goal. We gotta have things that we can do that help us march down that path, that intentional path that we've set out for ourselves. And so as we look at first Corinthians chapter four, the apostle Paul Apollos and Paul, our, our speak, Paul, especially through the, the anointing of the Holy Spirit is speaking to us about what our lives should look like. And he's speaking to a church, he's speaking to the church at Corinth, he's speaking to believers, people who are like you and I, who are just trying to figure out what it means to be a follower of the Lord Jesus Christ. 14 (35m 56s): And so, number one in your notes, how do we, how do we impact our community and our world with life changing message? We gotta live our lives for God and not man. So number one, live your life for God and not man. You think we see that in the scripture? We see it all throughout the scripture, right? We can probably unpack any book of the Bible, any chapter of the Bible, and we'll see kind of this underlying theme in there that we are called to live our lives for God and not for man. First Corinthians four, one says, So look at Apollos and me as mere servants of Christ who have been put in charge of explaining God's mysteries. 14 (36m 39s): So this first kind of levels the playing field. Paul reminds us of his role as simply a servant of God. What does that word servant mean? Is if we get a word picture, it's actually the under rowers in the bottom of a ship. The under rowers are the, the least envied servants on the boat. They're underneath at the bottom of the boat and they're rowing and they're pushing the boat, they're moving the boat through the waters. It's, it's a thankless job. And they're underappreciated, but they're doing a job moving the ship. I'll re under rowers indicating the lowest galley slaves, the ones rowing on the bottom tier of the ship. 14 (37m 21s): They were the most menial un envied and despised of slaves. So when Paul talks about his role as a servant, he really has got a clear perspective of his role. This is the Apostle Paul who wrote two-thirds of the New Testament. He could be boasting about his role within the kingdom, but instead, instead he doesn't, He realizes that he is a servant of the living God. And he communicates that throughout his epistles, as he writes under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. He says, Hey, every person in the kingdom of God is merely a servants of God. And that word could be understood as, as an employee, maybe that's an easier word for us to understand where employees of God were actually working for God. 14 (38m 8s): Were employed by God here in the earth to do the work that he's called us to do. We're employed to do God's work in the earth. So every the servant of God is directly answers to God. Every one of us will give an account and stand before the king and give an account for our lives. Why? Because we're employed by him for a purpose to do, do the work that he's called us to do. So Apollo and Paul, they understood, hey, we're simply employees of God. They were put in charge of explaining God's mysteries. And so they were servants of God. 14 (38m 49s): Paul Apollo and Paul were servants who knew their job in the kingdom. So we're kind of getting some pieces and we're starting to put it together. Apollo and Paul, they were servants and they understood their role within the kingdom. And so there's some things that we can grab a hold of as believers here in the 21st century. We can get a better understanding, a clearer understanding of who we are. We are servants, employees of God with responsibilities. And it's our job to figure out what that responsibility is. Paul continues to challenge us in the next verse, verse two. Now a person who is put in charge as a manager must be faithful. 14 (39m 33s): So Paul's brings something else to the table that helps us to understand who we are and who we have been created to be. So we are simply servants of God. We're employed by God with responsibilities and we must be faithful in those responsibilities. So there's a little three many, three point service sermon within a sermon. These are things that God has called us to do. We can unpack the scripture and get point by point. We can get step by step the plan that God has for us. And Paul's outlining it for us. We are called to be servants. And so nobody in the kingdom is, is more important than another. 14 (40m 15s): We're all just servants of the living God, employees of God. And we've got responsibilities. And it is our responsibility to figure out what our responsibility is. And then once we've figured out what our responsibility is, then we must be faithful with our responsibility. This is indeed how we impact our world, our, our community, and our world. The life changing message of Jesus Christ. We get very serious about who we are. Not in a unhappy way, but in a, I don't know about you, but when, when a person figures out what they're on the earth to do, they, it, it, it just fills that person with a sense of purpose, a sense of duty, a sense of responsibility. 14 (41m 4s): Like I know what I'm here to do. A lot of people go out through throughout life and they've never quite settled in, in their identity and figured out who they are. And so they're running from thing to thing, accomplishment to accomplishment, trying to fill that void. And that void can only be filled in Christ Jesus when we realize that in Christ we are servants of God. Jesus modeled that for us. He said, I didn't come to be served but to serve and to give my life as a ransom for many. And so Paul, in the early church followers of Jesus Christ understood this. And they lived their lives in that way. Nothing's changed in 2000 years. This is what God has called us to do, to understand that we are simply servants, employees of God with a purpose and we must be faithful. 14 (41m 55s): It's a life and death situation. Spiritual life and spiritual death. And so this is why we charge families to disciple their young people. That's why in our church we're focused on discipling every generation that comes through. Because we want people to understand who they are in Christ. They are servants of the living God given responsibility, purpose in the earth. And they must be faithful. Three very important ingredients. Things that we must get our hands on and our hearts around and must fill our minds. This reality that we, we have purpose, we work who directly for who, Right? 14 (42m 39s): What was the second one that I said? Faithful. Faithful Faithful's. Three. What was the second one? You've got responsibility. All right, so first one, we are servants, employees of God. Number two, we have responsibilities. And number three, we must be faithful. Right? It's life and death, right? So make that, you know, stick in your heart and in your mind. Let that really settle into your soul and, and shape the way that you live your lives and the way that you make decisions. I am a servants of God, an employee of God. I have responsibilities and it's my job to figure out what that responsibility is. 14 (43m 24s): And then I, I must be faithful. If you're a, if you've got kids, your primary responsibility are those kids is your job. We will partner with you in Sunday school and in youth programs and all kinds of stuff. But it is, it is your job. You will stand before the Lord and actually give an account for the way that you've parented your kids. And so it's your responsibility to make sure that you are discipling your kids. And then as your kids grow and then as you have grandkids, it's your responsibility to invest in those grandkids because you are in their life for a purpose. My kids are amazing in so many ways because of their grandparents, because of the way their grandparents have spoken into their lives and for the countless hours that their grandparents have prayed for them and spoken life into them. 14 (44m 18s): So we have this amazing responsibility. Colossians 3 23 says, Work willingly at whatever you do at whatever you do ministry, vocation, parenting, all responsibilities, work willingly at whatever you do as though you are working for the Lord rather than for people, right? We're working for the Lord and it's to the Lord that we will ultimately give an account for our lives. We are working for God as number one servants. Number two, people with responsibility. And number three, as people who must be faithful. This is, this is probably all I need to say today, but I got a few more pages of notes here. 14 (45m 3s): So let's continue to go through Colossians 3 24. Remember that the Lord will give you an inheritance as your reward and that the master you are serving is Christ. Over and over again in scripture, we see that the one that we serve is not man, but God. As we work for the Lord, it makes very little difference what others think about our work. As long as we are satisfying the Lord. As an aside, if you're not satisfying your boss, you're probably not satisfying your Lord in general terms. So everything that we do must be un is unto the Lord. 14 (45m 44s): And I, I can make this promise to you, If you are serving your earthly boss, as you are your heavenly boss, your earthly boss will be more than satisfied. Why? Because people who serve God faithfully are people of integrity. They don't lie, steal, cheat. They are people who are responsible and reliable and honorable. And so if you're living your life that way at work and in your home, you are pleasing your heavenly boss. And I promise you, everybody else in your life kinda like that triangle that Jeremy had, God at the top man and woman, as they get closer to God, they're getting closer to one another. 14 (46m 25s): As, as you in your life get closer to God, you're pleasing those in your life because you're, you're a better husband, you're a better father, you're a better wife, you're a better mother, you're a better employee. You're, you're a better everything. You, you fill in the blank. Everything is better. Seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness and everything else will be added onto you. So make God your priority and everything else will fall into place. But you gotta, you gotta get that done first. You gotta make God your priority in every area of your life. Paul continues in verse three s for me, it matters very little how I might be evaluated by you or by any human authority. 14 (47m 6s): I don't even trust my own judgment at this point. Why is Paul making this statement? Paul makes this statement about people's evaluation of his ministry because people are always changing their minds and their basis for evaluation and their basis for evaluation isn't always God's basis for evaluation. So Paul saying, Hey, I just gotta make sure that I'm honoring the Lord and as I honor the Lord, I'm trusting that he's going to do what he wants to do through me. So Paul's not worried about externals, he's not worried about what people are thinking. He's not a people pleaser, He's a God pleaser. Why? Because he's an employee of God with responsibilities and he must be found faithful. 14 (47m 50s): Paul understood his life. We need to understand our lives, what we're here for. We need to get a hold of our purpose in the earth where we're here for a kingdom purpose and we got jobs and we've got, you know, hobbies and things like that. But those all take, those are all secondary and tertiary. They're all like way down the list compared to, compared to the reality that we are slaves of God, servants of God, employees of God, and we have responsibility and we must be found faithful. So Paul's not worried too much about what people think about his ministry. And that's really the best way to go about ministry. My ministry may be great for some, but it may put others to sleep. 14 (48m 34s): It really doesn't matter. I need to be about my father's business. And I, I tell you, it might put others to sleep because I watch people sleep during my sermons sometimes. And the craziest thing is sometimes they're right on the front row. I'm like, Holy cow, are you kidding me? You're asleep right now. Maybe preaching one of my best messages and you're asleep. Or I'm speaking to a chair cause there's nobody there. But I'm like, wake up. We had a guy years ago when I was an associate pastor and I was preaching and this guy was snoring right in the middle of my sermon. He was like 34 rows back and he's just sacked out completely. All right, listen, you can't sleep through sermons and expect to get anything from the Lord, right? 14 (49m 18s): So get some sleep at night and then come ready to go. Most of you know what I'm talking about. What does God think about your ministry? What does God think about my ministry? That's the most important thing. Now we can learn from other people's, from people's critiques, people's encouragement. Some of in my life, some of the hardest lessons that I've had to learn have been through super uber critical people. And the temptation is to say, Oh, they're just jerk star mean. And even if 95 or 99% of what they're saying is mean spirited and inaccurate, there just might be a nugget of something in there that I need to hear. 14 (50m 2s): There just might be something in there. Get a get through all the flesh and all the ugliness of how it was communicated. There might be something there. And so the Holy Spirit will use all kinds of things. Mostly his word and his spirit will speak to us. But also through people. We will get a chance to kind of evaluate our lives. But we can't live our lives for people. We can't, we we can't minister to please people. Proverbs 29 25 says, Fearing people is a dangerous trap, but trusting the Lord means safety. So what are you called to do? And don't do it to please people. Don't fall into a, a, a role of responsibility because you think others think you should be in that role or responsibility. 14 (50m 47s): When I wanted to be a senior pastor years ago, somebody said, Well, you're just a kid. You probably should just be a youth pastor. I said, Well, maybe you're right. But I'm called to be a senior pastor and that's what I feel like I'm supposed to do. Right? The world wants to shape who we are, right? When we planted a church, well, you've never planted a church before. You shouldn't plant a church, right? What is it that the world is telling you you shouldn't do? Because you shouldn't do it in their perspective. Amen. Right? Like you, you shouldn't do what? Because you've never had what? The experience, the training, the education. What is it that you feel cold in your soul to do? 14 (51m 27s): But others are telling you you can't do? Maybe what? God, I'm back. Not maybe at all. For sure. What God has called you to do is fulfilling his kingdom purpose in your life. And so you as a servant of God, a lowly servant of God, get to settle in. Amen. And do finding out your purpose and maybe you're not finding out your purpose because you're trying to please everybody around you. Listen, you'll never be able to figure that out. You'll never please everybody cuz soon as you please one somebody else is mad at you because you're not doing it the way they thought you should do it or thinking the way they think you should be thinking. So figure out what you're in the world to do. You're first and foremost a servant, an employee of God. 14 (52m 10s): So let's get that settled. I'm just a, a lowly under rower, right? No prestige, no honor, really. It's just an under rower, right? And then I've got responsibility and that I must be found faithful. Paul tells us in verse four, My conscience is clear, but that doesn't prove I'm right. It's the Lord himself who examine me and decide Paul's conscience is clear, but he understands that he might be missing something. Paul's saying, Hey, we can't even really trust our conscience now we need to work toward clearing our conscience of known discrepancies in our lives as followers of Jesus Christ. 14 (52m 50s): But even then, only God can judge us and come to an accurate conclusion. And so we need to be constantly checking in with the Lord. Lord, what am I doing? Is, is what I'm doing in line with you and you, you can't accurately hear from the Lord on the fly. You gotta like settle in and just take some time. You, you gotta spend time with the Lord and it can't be, Hey Lord, you know, speak to me throughout the day. I mean God will do that for sure, but you, you just probably just need to get with the Lord and spend some uninterrupted time. Turn off your phone, do whatever you gotta do. Get alone. Do whatever you gotta do to hear from the Lord and then do that on a regular basis. 14 (53m 31s): Otherwise you'll get way off track. It's easy to get off track. You gotta do what you gotta do to hear from the Lord. And you gotta do it on a regular basis. Lord, how's the ministry going? This ministry that you've called me to, Am I doing okay as I read the war, Lord? Is what I'm doing properly reflected in your word? Lord? Does it look like what you've called me to do? Does it look like what you've called the church to do? And Lord, am I being faithful? Am I being faithful? Last night, about six o'clock, I told my wife, I said, I gotta go for a walk. And I, cuz I, I go walk in and I pray. And that's just how I spend time. 14 (54m 12s): I, I'm just out there by myself and I can, I'm a probably a little bit so I can't sit cuz I'll get distracted by a thousand other things. So I just walk and I pray and, and I came back and I told only, I said, you know, I, I feel like I've been praying to an iron dome lately. I, I can't break through. Like, I, I, like, I I don't, I feel like when I'm praying I can't get through. And, and I realize, you know, we're, we're called to walk by faith and not by sight and emotions sometimes rob us of the joy of just doing what we know that we're called to do. And so don't, don't rely on emotions, cuz some days you're gonna have a great day, other days you're gonna have a bad day. Some days you feel like, Oh, I, I got a direct line to the Lord. And other days you're feeling like I can't even, I can't even touch heaven, right? 14 (54m 54s): So just keep doing what God has called you to do. Get up, figure out that you're a servant of God, that you've got responsibility and that you must be found faithful. Just trust the Lord. One Corinthians chapter four, so many judgements about anyone ahead of time before the Lord returns for he will bring our darkest secret secrets to light and will reveal our private motives. Then God will give to each one whatever praise is due. The new Bible commentary states, it is Christ, it will expose attempts to cover up misdeeds and will judge not merely actions but motivations. So Paul's saying, Hey, don't look on the outside and elevate one person over another. 14 (55m 37s): I'm of Paul, I'm of Apollo, I'm of Peter, I'm of Christ. You know, we, we look on the outside and we, we misjudge just do worry about yourself, right? Amen. Where are you? Right? Don't worry about what I'm doing or what your friends doing. What, what are you doing? Verse six, Dear brothers and sisters, I have used Apollo of myself to illustrate what I've been saying. If you pay attention to what I've quoted from the scriptures, you won't be proud of one of your leaders at the expense of another. So here, Paul reiterates what he's already said, and he challenges the factions in divisions within the church. 14 (56m 20s): One Corinthians one 12 says, Some of you are saying, I am a follower of Paul. Others are saying, I follow Apollos, or I follow Peter, or I follow only Christ. Paul's talking about the distractions that are happening within the church. Well, I'm a part of this faction, or I'm part of that faction, I'm part of that group or that that person or that whatever. What has God called you to do? Or called the team up together as a church and be part of the kingdom work that God's called us to in the earth. But what, what is God calling you to do? Right? So often we're focused on what others are doing or are not doing in their lives and in their ministry and how we are disappointed by that. But what is called you, what is God called you to do? 14 (57m 4s): So Paul, in a sense, is challenging at superstar mentality, right? Where we're elevating people and it's just so unhealthy, right? So if, if we're elevating somebody on the platform to at the expense of our own ministry that God has called us to, if, if we're missing the point of what God has placed us on the earth to do, then we're missing it all together. We are of Christ, period. We are of the Lord. I was at a church years ago and the one of the leaders in the church was introducing their pastor as the star. 14 (57m 46s): He said, Hey, there's our star. And there's no stars in the kingdom except Jesus. I mean, only God is He's he, He reigns in rules. Supreme. We need to live our lives for God and not men. Not trying to please men, not trying to become men who people are impressed with, or women that people are impressed with. It's none of that stuff matters. Our goal shouldn't be, I want to be impressive. My goal should be, our goal should be, I want to be invisible, man. I just wanna be a servant of God, an under rower. 14 (58m 27s): Like I don't care. I I I need to do what I'm called to do and be faithful. And that's what all is gonna matter in the, at the end of, at the end of the day. So impacting our community and our world with life changing message of Jesus Christ. Number one requires that you live your life for God and and not for man. And then number two, remember that your life and all that you have is a gift from God. In our culture where we've got plenty, we forget that all we have is a gift from God. Verse seven, For what gives you the right, Paul goes on First Corinthians chapter four, for what gives you the right to make such a judgment. What do you, what do you have that God hasn't given you? And if everything you have is a, is from God, why boast as though they were not a gift? 14 (59m 9s): You think you already have everything you need. He's challenging the carnality within the church. People who have resources or political power, he's challenging them because they feel like they've already arrived. We, we have to be careful when we've attained a, a level of success to remember that it doesn't matter how much we have or how much we've succeeded in this life. We are only and always still a bond servant and a servant, an employee of God in Jesus' name. That is our call. And that will keep us humble and that will keep us grateful. Every everything that we have is a gift from God. And so God has gifted some and it allows those people to become prominent and, and were to use those prominent gifts and talents to impact the kingdom that we might make a difference in the world. 14 (59m 57s): You think you already have everything you need. Paul said, You think you're already rich. You have begun to reign in God's kingdom without us. I wish you really were reigning, but then we'd be reigning with you. It's like, hey, you've, you're not even realizing that we're in a battle. You're celebrating well prematurely, but you're also celebrating the wrong stuff. We're not here in the earth to build a kingdom ourselves, a place of sanctuary for ourselves. We're in a battle for the kingdom. We are under rowers servants, period with responsibility, Period. 14 (1h 0m 39s): And we must be faithful. Period. Verse nine, He says, instead, I, I sometimes thank God has put us as apostles on display like prisoners of war at the end of a victor's parade condemned to die. We have become a spectacle to the entire world, to people and angels alike. Our dedication to Christ makes us look like fools. But you claim to be so wise in Christ, we are weak. But you are so powerful. You are honored. But we are ridiculed even now. We go hungry and thirsty and we don't even have enough clothes to keep us warm. We are often beaten and have no home. 14 (1h 1m 20s): We work weirdly with our own hands to earn our living. We bless those who curse us. We are patient with those who abuse us. We appeal gently when evil things are said about us. Yet we are treated like the world's garbage. Like everybody's trash right up to the present moment. And we can turn on TV and watch health and wealth messages all day long until cows come home and everybody's telling you, you should be healthy, wealthy, and wise. That's not what Paul's experience was. 14 (1h 2m 1s): The church is delusional if that's what we think we're here to experience into a accomplish. Now. God is good and he blesses and he takes care of his church. But most of the church around the world is not healthy, wealthy. And why They're in the early church experiences. Paul experienced this. We go hungry and thirsty. You turn on some television preachers, teachers, and they're telling you that this should never happen. Well, it happened to Paul, it happened to the early church. 14 (1h 2m 43s): We gotta change our mind about the kingdom. It's not about us. It's about the king. We will never impact our community in our world with a life changing message of Jesus Christ. If it's always about us. Just amen. I'm not writing these things to shame you, Paul said, But to warn you as my beloved children, verse 14, verse 15, For even if you had 10,000 others to teach you about Christ, you only have one spiritual father before I became your father in Christ. When I preach the good news to you. So I urge you to imitate me. Paul said, so I urge you to imitate me, right? 14 (1h 3m 23s): So Paul say, Hey, follow me as I follow Christ. Right? That's a bold statement. It's a statement that we should be able to make to our friends, families, and neighbors. Hey, follow me. I'll show you what it means to be a follower of Christ. Right? Paul's not arrogant, but he is certainly confident in who he is as a follower of the Lord Jesus Christ. And we need to have that same confidence. Why? Because we understand that we are servants of God, slaves of God. We are here with purpose and we are laser-like focused on that purpose because we will be held accountable and we must be faithful. And so with that clarity and with that confidence and with that conviction, we move forward as followers of the Lord Jesus Christ. 14 (1h 4m 13s): And we do what God has called us to do. We live in the power of the resurrected Jesus Christ, and we impact our community and our world with life changing message of Jesus Christ. It happens really one person at a time. You impacting another person, you impacting someone else, One person impacting another one at a time, at a time, at a time. Paul wasn't confused about his life. We will be confused about our lives. If we deviate from the scripture, we will be confused about who we are, about how we should spend our time, our talent, and our treasure about everything alike. 14 (1h 4m 58s): We will be confused walking around in a cloud, confused about what success looks like, confused about what our purpose in life is, confused and never knowing whether we've actually made a difference in the earth. But if we figure out that we are servants with a purpose and we must be faithful, then we will no longer be confused. Paul wasn't confused about his life. He knew that his life and all that he had was a gift from God to be used for God. And that God could give him a gift to him or take from him whatever. And whenever, and Paul was ready for it. Philippians four 12 and 13 I, I know Paul's rights. 14 (1h 5m 38s): I know what it is to be in need. I know what it is to have plenty. I have learned the secret of being content in any and every situation, whether well fed or hungry, whether living in plenty or in want. I I can do everything through him who gives me the strength, right? I can do everything right. So don't get discouraged if you're in a hard spot in life. Welcome to humanity, right? Financial stressors, physical stressors, relational stressors. Don't get down on God because you think he's not living up to his end of the bargain. His end of the bargain is I say to you, you serve me. 14 (1h 6m 18s): That's it. Right? I redeem you by my grace and through my blood, and you serve me all the days of your life because I've give you, I've given you purpose. I've adopted you into my family, given you purpose. You get to serve within the kingdom to impact your community and your world with life changing message of Jesus Christ. That's what it's about. If we think it's something different, we've missed the gospel completely. If we somehow think that we're important within the kingdom, you're important as much, as much as you've been given responsibility. And if you don't do it, if you don't find yourself faithful, God doesn't find you faithful, then you've blown it. It's a bit, Did you hear me? You have blown it because you got your whole life to figure this out. 14 (1h 7m 3s): And God is so faithful and gentle and good. He continues to remind us and teach us. And maybe that's what he's doing today. He's reminding us, He's teaching us, He's instructing us. He's trying to get our attention in a world that's filled with distraction, filled with priorities that have nothing to do with kingdom filled with hindrances to what God has called us to. Paul said, Hey, imitate me. Do what I'm doing. Follow me as I follow Christ. Paul is discipling these believers in genuine Christianity. 14 (1h 7m 44s): Genuine Christianity. Genuine Christianity is what we see in the pages of scripture. Genuine Christianity. The definition of discipleship goes beyond just being a good student of a teacher. Discipleship requires that we imitate our teacher. Follow me as I follow Christ. Paul is urging these followers of Jesus Christ to follow him as he follows Christ. Verse 17. That's why I sent Timothy my beloved and faithful child in the Lord. He will remind you of how I follow Christ Jesus. 14 (1h 8m 24s): Just as I teach in all the churches, wherever I go. Some of you have become arrogant thinking, I'm I, I will not visit you again, but I will come and soon if the Lord lets me. And then I'll find out whether these arrogant people just give pretentious speeches or whether they really have God's power. Because there's people within the church who are rising up and they're influential and they're speaking a godless, biblically void message. And there it's all about people exalting themselves. And Paul is there to challenge it. 14 (1h 9m 4s): He said, I'll come. I'll come. Listen. I'd rather have a dude come and shake me by the, by the neck and get my attention than standing before God. So I'm the dude today, and I don't make light of that. I, I am calling us. I am pleading that we would understand who we are, that we would get it at the core, that we would live it in Jesus Christ impacting our community and our world with life-changing message of Jesus Christ requires that all believers remember that your life and all that you have is they get from God. 14 (1h 9m 60s): And that we need to live our lives for God. There's a British rock band called Queen, great song that still played today great in the eyes of the world. What's her song? I want it all. I want it all, and I want it now. Freddie Mercury just belts it out, right? He wanted it all. They wanted it. That's the theme of the world. And if we're not careful, it's the theme of Carl Christians like we want it here and now. 14 (1h 10m 42s): We want our rewards. We want to live life. We want it all. Now, the fact that Freddy Mercury died of complications with AIDS at AIDS 45 isn't lost on me. This world doesn't offer what we're longing to experience as created beings in Christ, where we're called to serve the Lord, to give our lives to God. He said, Freddie, Mercury people, do you hear me? 14 (1h 11m 24s): Just give me the sign. It ain't much. I'm asking if you want the truth. Here's to the future for the dreams of youth. I want it all. Give it all. I want it all. I want it now. I want it all. Yes, I want it all. I want it all. Hey, I want it all and I want it now. I mean, it's just over and over and over again. This could be the theme of your life, like I'm working to get it all. Cuz we, we think somehow that that's what it's gonna scratch the itch or fill the void. He said, I'm a man with a one track mind so much to do in one lifetime. 14 (1h 12m 9s): Do you hear me? People not a man for compromise and wears and wise and living lies. So I'm living it all. Yes, I'm living it all and I'm giving it all. And I'm giving it all. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Whatever. This is the theme of the world. Freddie Mercury died in 1987, but his songs are still going, impacting our community and our world with life changing message. Jesus Christ. Number three, remember that the kingdom of God is not just a lot of talk. 14 (1h 12m 53s): It is living by the power of God. By God's power. Where did I get that? Where did I get that? There's 20. The Bible. Okay, If I'm up here preaching something that's not in the Bible, don't listen to me. But if I'm up here preaching what is in the Bible, listen, the kingdom of God is not just a lot of talk, but it's living in God's power. Verse 20, first Corinthians chapter four, For the Kingdom of God is not just a lot of talk, it's living by God's power. God spoke it. 14 (1h 13m 33s): This is what we believe as believers. This is what we live for as people who are living for Jesus. It's not just talking about it, but it's living in the power of God. I say it all the time. Everything that God calls us to requires that we live in that power, that we're empowered to do what God has called us to do. We cannot see what God is asking us to do. We cannot hear, we cannot do unless we're living in the power of God filled with the spirit of God. Which do you choose? Paul Road, Verse 21. Which do you choose? Everything comes down to choice, right? 14 (1h 14m 15s): Which, which do you choose? Should I come with a rod to punish you? Paul says he understood his authority within the church and his job to bring correction. But it wasn't his hard to be people up. It was his hard to disciple people to raise them up, but to encourage them to do what God had called them to do. But he's willing to bring a rod of correction if that's what will awaken the church, which you choose. Should I come with a rod to punish you or should I come with love and a gentle spirit? What do we need? What are we choosing? I mean, do we, do we want to stand before the Lord after reading passages like this and hearing sermons like this and say, Ah, I didn't take it serious. 14 (1h 15m 7s): You say, Well, I'm old and I haven't been living my life like this. We'll start now. Say I'm young and my life is just getting started. Get going. Now. Think about it now. Say, Well, I haven't raised my kids the way this, that you're been talking about. We'll start now. Repent and apologize and start now. Say, Hey, I've tell your kids, Hey, I didn't raise you the way I should've raised you. Forgive me. I'm going to, by God's grace, begin again in your marriage. Maybe you've not been honoring your spouse the way you should begin again. Say, Hey, I haven't been the best spouse. 14 (1h 15m 49s): Forgive me. I, I'd like to begin again and begin again. Don't be discouraged by a message like this, but let it light a fire in your soul. We were had a campfire. We had our grandkids over Friday night and couldn't wait for grandpa to get home because I was gonna build a bill campfire, you know, they wanted to help me build a fire. You know, we got this little fire area in the back of our property and like, Grandpa, we wanna, we wanna gather sticks so we can help you build the fire. Like, okay, go grab up the sticks. And we start building this fire. 14 (1h 16m 29s): And it's just really small. At first, I said, just wait. It's going to, it's gonna get bigger. So I, I had built this TP of a structure around this, and it was just a matter of time before that fire just grew and grew and grew and then caught. And before you knew it was just tall and we're just, we're roast of marshmallows and having to be careful cuz we're getting too close to the fire. But it was exciting when there's a, a fire burning, it's an exciting thing. Some of us are just barely embers ember. We're just barely, barely alive. There. Stoke it. I got real close to the fire and started blowing on it. 14 (1h 17m 9s): I said, Watch this, guys. Watch, watch. When I blow life into the air, into this fire just begins to get hot and big. Let God blow some life into you. Amen. Because what God can do in a moment is, is wonderful and supernatural to bring life and light to your, your walk as a follower of the Lord Jesus Christ, your purpose. And you'll, you'll never find greater joy, greater peace, greater fulfillment, and greater satisfaction than when you're doing what God has created you to do. 14 (1h 17m 52s): Everything else pales in comparison to that. Everything else pales in comparison to that. So forget about the big points. What are the three small points? Number one, 0 (1h 18m 7s): Servants, 14 (1h 18m 8s): What is it? 15 (1h 18m 9s): Servants, Employee of 14 (1h 18m 10s): God. Oh, servants, employees of God. What does that mean to you? 15 (1h 18m 19s): My life? I'm here to do what 14 (1h 18m 23s): He wants me to do. You're here to do what he wants you to do. Yeah. Employed by God, we've all been employed by somebody in life, right? Right. What do you, how do you know that you're doing a good job when your boss is saying, Hey, great, great job. When you know you've got a good clear job description and you're doing the job, be a servant. Figure out what you're called to do and then do it faithfully. Go ahead and stand up, Lord, as we wrap this sermon up, Lord, we thank you for who you are and for your grace. And we love you Lord. And we know that you love us and that you've given us purpose and we will be held accountable for that purpose. 14 (1h 19m 8s): So, Lord, I pray, I pray that that's what happens here at Harvest Church and everywhere where we have influence God, that we would, we would model this and live it and we stumble. We'd be quick to repent and get back to it. In Jesus' name for all the days of our lives. In Jesus' name. Lord, thank you Lord. Thank you Lord God. As we get ready to worship again, I pray that we'd be worshiping with a clear conscience, knowing that we are settled from this moment. 14 (1h 19m 58s): We are settled and we are committed from this moment to march forward in Jesus' name, to build your kingdom, to impact our community and our world with life changing message of Jesus Christ. One person at a time. We are your servants. We have responsibility and we will be faithful. Thank you Lord. In Jesus name. It's worship 0 (1h 20m 29s): Jesus. You're doing on, you're doing ah, A you're doing a Never gave up. You never gave up, you never up on you never give up. 0 (1h 21m 11s): You never gave up. You never gave up on me. You gonna give up. Never gave up. Never gave up. I know Jesus. Not done. You're doing, you're doing a new, you're a new thing on your life. 0 (1h 22m 1s): You never gonna give up. You gave up. You never gave up. You never gonna give up. Never give up. You never give. Gonna give up, never give, never up, done with me. You're new. You're doing a new Hoo. 0 (1h 22m 51s): You're doing a new, You're doing a new. So come do a 1 (1h 23m 11s): God. That is our prayer this morning, that you would do something new within us, that we wanna be complacent, but that we would live to our eyes toward heaven. We would ask what our assignment is for the day. And God, we would just walk moment by moment, day by day with you. We thank you for your presence. We thank you for your truth. We love you. It's in your precious name we pray. Amen.
Sahra Wagenknecht gehört zu den umstrittensten Politikerinnen Deutschlands – auch und vor allem innerhalb ihrer eigenen Partei. Wie sehr hadert sie mit sich? Geht ihr der Vorwurf, sie sei den Rechten näher als den Linken, nahe? Wann gründet sie eine eigene Partei und wie gut kann sie eigentlich zuhause ihre Rüstung ablegen? Alev Doğan spricht in diesem Achten Tag mit Wagenknecht über Selbstkritik, Hass, Öffentlichkeit und das Weinen im Notfall. Die Stilfrage blickt auf die Ernennung Sascha Lobos zum “Sexist Man Alive” durch das Magazin Emma, Alev Approved empfiehlt ein neues Buch des Literaturnobelpreisträgers Bob Dylan und Die Zukunft gehört… der Qualle.
Elon Musk ist "Chief Twit". So nennt sich der Milliardär zumindest in seinem Twitter-Profil, seit er am Donnerstag den Kurznachrichtendienst tatsächlich übernommen hat. Der Deal stand monatelang auf der Kippe – jetzt hat die Übernahme doch noch geklappt. Peter Zellinger aus der STANDARD-Webredaktion spricht heute darüber, warum Musk Twitter überhaupt kaufen wollte und wie er die Plattform jetzt verändern möchte. Wir fragen nach, ob gesperrte Userinnen und User wie Donald Trump zurückkommen und Falschinformation und Hass im Netz einen neuen Aufschwung erhalten könnten. Und wir stellen die Frage, was Elon Musk eigentlich so erfolgreich macht – und wie viel Einfluss er als Eigentümer von Unternehmen wie Spaxe X und Starlink auf die Weltpolitik hat. **Hat Ihnen dieser Podcast gefallen?** Mit einem STANDARD-Abonnement können Sie unsere Arbeit unterstützen und mithelfen, Journalismus mit Haltung auch in Zukunft sicherzustellen. Alle Infos und Angebote gibt es hier: [abo.derstandard.at](https://abo.derstandard.at/?ref=Podcast&utm_source=derstandard&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=podcast&utm_content=podcast)
Fast unbemerkt von der Öffentlichkeit verabschiedete der Deutsche Bundestag am 20. Oktober 2022 eine Änderung des Paragrafen 130 (Volksverhetzung) des Strafgesetzbuches (StGB). Nach dem neu hinzugefügten Absatz 5 kann – vereinfacht und allgemeinverständlich formuliert – bestraft werden, wer gegen eine nationale Gruppe zu Hass oder Gewalt aufstachelt und gemäß Völkerstrafgesetzbuch strafbare Handlungen billigt, leugnetWeiterlesen
Hey Hornys!Yeah! Vom Berliner Bühnen-Tunnel direkt ins Corona-Delirium - Jan hat's erwischt! Gute 10 Tage vor seiner Premiere im GLORIA hat der zweite Strich zugeschlagen, aber er ist fast schon wieder weg! Ha! Heisst: Die Party wird steigen! Während Jan zu Hause krank herumliegt und seinen Kindern das scheißegal ist, reist David nach St. Ingbert, um dort von seinem geilen Solo überrascht zu werden! Sein Followerservice nimmt ungeahnte Dimensionen an und sorgt bestimmt in Zukunft für volle Hütten und geilere Hotels! (Zitat: „Taxi und Loge gehören mitlerweile zu meinem Alltag!) - Sein unterragendes Hotel entpuppt sich allerdings als eigentlich über-ragend, aber auch datenschutztechnisch als über-griffig.Wir reden über hustende Marlboro-Muttis, die Calvin und Co Süppchen kochen, und darüber, dass Katar nen Superstar sucht, aber nicht findet - wir drücken Herrn Semmelrogge die Daumen!Übertriebene „Mimimi“-Haltung und absurder Hass bei Comedy sind manchmal schwer nachzuvollziehen, aber schweinelustig. Lifehack für Hater: skippen, entfolgen, umschalten. Ihr schafft das!Good News: Endlich reden „wir“ mal wieder ausführlich über ein wirklich relevantes Thema: TRASH TV. VIP Real Life, Prince Charming oder Temptation Island… alles dabei.Viel Spaß!Wir sind auf Tour!Tickets:www.davidkebekus.dewww.janvanweyde.deShownotes:Einfach die CLARK App runterladen oder direkt auf die Website gehen (clark.de – für Deutschland oder goclark.at – für Österreich) und bei der Registrierung den Gutscheincode “HÖRNCHEN“ eingeben. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Knapp 80 Prozent der indischen Bevölkerung sind Hindus, mehr als 14 Prozent Muslime. Spannungen gab es im Laufe der Jahrhunderte des Zusammenlebens immer einmal wieder. Doch seitdem der Hindunationalismus unter Präsident Modi Auftrieb genommen hat, fühlen sich viele der rund 170 Millionen Muslime wie Bürger zweiter Klasse. Täglich sehen sie sich in Fernsehen und Internet mit Hass und Vorurteilen konfrontiert: Sie seien besonders aggressiv, hätten Verbindungen zu islamistischen Terrorgruppen und wollten Hindu-Frauen heiraten, um sie zu konvertieren.
1. What does the word Theology mean? What is theology proper? 2. Does man have an inner sense of God? What does the Scripture say about this? 3. Can we fully know God as we think about Him being incomprehensible? Psalm 145:3 4. What are some true things we know about God? 5. Speaking of God's attributes there are some that are incommunicable and some communicable. Could you explain what this means? 6. What does the “aseity” of God mean? What attribute is that referring to? 7. Does God ever change His mind? 8. Do you hold to impassability as an attribute of God? 9. How can God be eternal? What does the Scripture say about His infinitude? 10. Grudem says, “God is unlimited with respect to space.” What attribute is this referring to and can you explain in more detail?For Tertullian divine impassibility does not mean that God is without emotion, rather it means that God possesses emotions in a divine manner.“God's will is determined from within instead of being swayed from without. It safeguards the truth that the impulse alike in providential order and in redemption and sanctification come from the will of God.” ~ G. L. Prestige, God in Patristic Thought (London: SPCK, 1969), 7.
H.G Wells made Time Travel famous in his epic novel The Time Machine. Charlton Heston made us curious in the 1970's as he ventured to a futuristic planet where Apes roamed free in the movie Planet of the Apes. And Michael J fox made us believe that Deloreans are magical cars that travel through time in the movie Back to The Future. Is Time Travel Real? In this episode, my special guest Chris Anatra, "The Quantum Businessman" joins me to talk about Time Machines and Time Travel both fact and fiction. We also talk about time travel experiments that the US government has conducted, splitting timelines, Mandela Effects, Tartaria, the Orphan Trains, and so much more. Christopher Anatra is the CEO of a computer software company specializing in food distribution software. He began his journey into understanding what our reality is when in 2016 Mandela Effects, such as HAAS avocados changing to HASS avocados, began to become more and more obvious in his life. This led to his investigation into the Mandela Effect, our holographic reality, his spiritual awakening into the akashic records, timelines, light language and consciousness itself. This episode is sponsored by Rogue Nurse Media Empowering Nurses and Patients to tell their stories.Throw us some bucks, and help support our cause! Venmo: @Nurses-Hypo or PayPal paypal.me/eproguenursemedia Need consulting or have questions: email@example.com Give us a 5 star rating on apple podcasts For The Well Written Nurse Writing and Storytelling classes go to: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/whats-your-story-part-1-detox-intro-to-writing-and-storytelling-tickets-94768506153 Join our email newsletter http://mailchi.mp/f134561374e9/rogue-nurse-media-501c3-newsletter-empowering-nurses-and-patients-to-tell-their-stories
HateAid hilft Menschen, die Hass im Netz erfahren. Wie kann man mit diesem Problem als Individuum und als Gesellschaft umgehen? Hier entlang geht's zu den Links unserer Werbepartner: https://detektor.fm/werbepartner/grams-sprechstunde Infos zur Folge: https://hateaid.org https://hateaid.org/podcast/ https://www.derstandard.at/story/2000138081636/der-fall-kellermayr-und-die-folgen-ich-moechte-eigentlich-nur https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnW60q7HSwI https://www.zdf.de/show/mai-think-x-die-show/ask-mai-anything-homoeopathie-100.html >> Artikel zum Nachlesen: https://detektor.fm/wissen/grams-sprechstunde-hateaid
Kommentare bitte unter https://manglaubtesnicht.wordpress.com/?p=4444 Stolz verkündet katholisch.de: Im Bistum Limburg soll Homosexualität „neu bewertet“ werden. Heißt das, dass die Kirche eine 180-Grad-Wende hinlegen, queere Leute nicht mehr diskriminieren und mit Hass überziehen will, wird vielleicht sogar die Ehe für Alle anerkannt? Man kann es sich schon denken: Nein. Die Verantwortlichen in Limburg haben hart nachgedacht und sind zu folgendem Schluss gekommen: Homosexualität ist nicht nur lästig und minderwertig, sondern auch die eigentliche Ursache für den Massenmissbrauch in der Kirche. Ja, richtig gelesen: Homosexuelle, das sind laut Bistum Limburg alles Pädos. Martina, Till und Oliver können angesichts derartiger Bösartigkeiten nur fassungslos den Kopf schütteln.
This week we are back with Kick Talk and not with just 1 guest, this time with 2 guest. Flex and Morgan join Hass to talk about 3 pairs they they ya'll should be up on. We also talk a lot about what Kamikaze's Flex has, we talk about Morgan's love for Ronnie Feig some more. We also jump into the New Balance conversation, a lot of us get put on kicks each other are into. It's great conversation and let us know what sneakers you are looking at currently! Got a my kicks story? email us at firstname.lastname@example.org our IG is @myfirstkickspod Where to find Morgan: Socials: @morgan.a.jones & @morgans_sneaker_room & @morgan_sneaker_club Where to find Flexx: IG & Twitter: FlexxLuthor_x2 Tiktok: FlexxLuthor_ Linktree: https://linktr.ee/myfirstkicks Music by Gordon Bombay: https://thegordonbombay.bandcamp.com/ (Cop something and tell him we sent ya!)
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In this episode we talk about the clarity, necessity, and sufficiency of the Bible. This is part 1 of a 2 part mini series. We seek to answer the following questions: Do we need to know what the Bible says to know that God exists? p. 48Can you speak to the dynamic that some parts of Scripture are clear and others are more difficult to understand? Why is this the case? p. 48Please define the clarity of Scripture?” p. 49How does the Old Testament and New Testament affirm its own clarity? pp. 49-50What was your reaction to Grudem's thought that “give yourself to the public reading of Scripture” could implies that ordinary people can understand its clarity? p. 50What are the 7 requirements that Grudem gives for understanding Scripture rightly? pp. 50-54
As a new school year gets underway at colleges and universities around the country, it's a good time to take stock of where higher education finds itself after several very challenging years brought on by a massive public health crisis and unprecedented economic turbulence. On this episode of WorkforceRx, Futuro Health CEO Van Ton-Quinlivan turns to veteran higher ed leader Dr. Marjorie Hass, President of the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC), for insight. Hass counts an unusually high number of new presidents this year at CIC member institutions who will find themselves facing greater scrutiny from stakeholders as they navigate complex issues. “You have a lot of different constituencies who are able to be in touch with you and with each other almost 24-7. There is a lot of pressure to make decisions quickly and to make decisions in a transparent way.” Hass says these new leaders would also be wise to embrace continuous innovation in degree offerings, revenue streams and student recruitment, which she believes was a hallmark of colleges and universities who managed best during the pandemic. You won't want to miss this wide-ranging look at the innovations and trends emerging in this uniquely challenging time for higher ed.
In Italien kommt mit Georgia Meloni eine Postfaschistin an die Macht. Was bedeutet das für Europas drittgrößtes Land - und für die Europäische Union? Georgia Meloni von der “Fratelli d'Italia” hat die Parlamentswahlen in Italien mit rund 26 Prozent gewonnen. Mit Matteo Salvini von der Lega und Silvio Berlusconi von Forza Italia wird sie wohl künftig eine Regierung bilden. Sie wolle das Land einen, “auf das, was verbindet, nicht das, was trennt”, hat sie in der Wahlnacht versprochen. Und eine “Politik für alle Italiener” machen. Obwohl sie Hass gegen Minderheiten schürt. Die niedrige Wahlbeteiligung von nur 64 Prozent habe “den Rechten genützt und der Mitte-Links-Gruppe geschadet”, sagt die ehemalige SZ-Italien-Korrespondentin Andrea Bachstein. “Die Leute sind einfach frustriert gewesen.” Außerdem habe Meloni in den vergangenen zehn Jahren “konsequent Opposition gemacht”. Als einzige nennenswerte Parlamentspartei habe die "Fratelli d'Italia" nicht die große Koalition von Maria Draghi unterstützt - und sich nicht die “Hände schmutzig” gemacht. Zunächst dürfte sich die Postfaschistin den hohen Energiepreisen zuwenden – möglicherweise werde es mehr Staatszuschüsse geben. Zudem werde sie “ziemlich schnell härtere Maßnahmen beim Thema Migration einbringen”. Und eventuell werde sie sich auch schnell dem von der Sterne-Bewegung eingeführten Bürgergeld widmen, meint Bachstein. Auf die EU werde mit der neuen Regierung in Rom vor allem Ärger zukommen, ist sich die Politik-Redakteurin sicher. “ Sie hat ja nie einen Hehl daraus gemacht, dass sie Viktor Orban in Ungarn für ein großes Vorbild hält.” Weitere Nachrichten: Gasumlage vom Tisch, Neue Demonstrationen in Iran. Den Link zu Geschichte Daily, den Geschichtspodcast, der durch die Zeit reist, finden Sie hier: https://www.sueddeutsche.de/politik/sz-podcast-geschichte-daily-1.5545923 Moderation, Redaktion: Lars Langenau Redaktion: Nadja Schlüter, Tami Holderried Produktion: Benjamin Markthaler Zusätzliches Audiomaterial über Bloomberg