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Tanach Study
Melachim 1 Perek 19: God in the Still Silence; Inauguration of Elisha the Prophet

Tanach Study

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021


Melachim 1 Perek 19: God in the Still Silence; Inauguration of Elisha the Prophet This perek in Sefer Melachim 1 is taught by Rabbi Gad Dishi TanachStudy.com  

The Bulwark Podcast
Jonathan Karl: Trump Loved Jan. 6

The Bulwark Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 45:26


Yes, there was a riot at the Capitol, but keep your eye on the ball: Trump tried to destroy American democracy. He literally tried to steal the election. Jonathan Karl joins Charlie Sykes on today's podcast. Special Guest: Jonathan Karl.

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis
Bill O'Reilly Presents: The Real Joe Biden

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 46:52


Joe Biden ran for office promising to unite the country. Now, more than eight months since his Inauguration, the nation is more divided than ever -- Afghanistan, the border, inflation, COVID, gas prices…the administration lurches from one crisis to another. On this exclusive, members-only event, Bill breaks down what you need to know about The Real Joe Biden. Who is he and how will he directly affect you and your family? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Good Morning Business
Pierre Courduroux, directeur général de Roquette - 23/11

Good Morning Business

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 7:24


Pierre Courduroux, directeur général de Roquette, était l'invité de Christophe Jakubyszyn dans Good Morning Business, ce mardi 23 novembre. Ils sont revenus sur l'inauguration d'une nouvelle usine de protéine végétale au Canada sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.

Tanach Study
Melachim 1 Perek 8: The Inauguration of the Beit Hamikdash

Tanach Study

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021


Melachim 1 Perek 8: The Inauguration of the Beit Hamikdash This perek in Sefer Melachim 1 is taught by Rabbi Gad Dishi TanachStudy.com  

Gen-Z: Our World to Follow or Flip
Everything is on Fire(side) Chats: Insurrection, Inauguration, Impeachment

Gen-Z: Our World to Follow or Flip

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 26:44


2021 has been....interesting?.....a learning experience?.....bad?......good?..........chaotic?Join us on our play on FDR's fireside chats with a more relevant  description: Everything is on fire.In the first episode of Season 5: "Everything is on Fire(side) Chats" we discuss the absolute mess that is January 2021. We discuss the Insurrection, Inauguration, and Impeachment and the crazy emotional rollercoaster that it was.   We want to hold space for how mentally and emotionally exhausting this year as been. As we wrap it up, we want to discuss how we can take all of these challenges in stride and make the world a better place, tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow. As usual, thank you so much for your support and please feel free to send us advice, ideas, and criticism to our email, genzourworldtofolloworflip@gmail.com. Check out our website, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok as well! -Soumya & Krisha :))

The Artist Business Plan
Don't Miss Your Magical Moment with Preston Smith

The Artist Business Plan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 26:04


In this episode of The Artist Business Plan we sit down with artist Preston Smith who leads an amazing masterclass on showing up and following through on your goals. He shares important practices on how to become your best friend instead of your worst enemy. Together, we'll learn how to create your own once in a lifetime opportunity and turn it into the start of the rest of your life. Guest: Preston M. Smith's artwork over the years has transitioned from moody pop surrealist paintings into vibrantly colorful, tactile, highly textured and almost "edible" abstract works. Preston's work has been showcased alongside David Lynch and at the Inaugural Purple Ball for President Obama's Inauguration in 2009, where he was commissioned to paint 12 portraits of the President. Recently, Preston is coming off of a successful Solo Exhibition at ShockBoxx Gallery in Hermosa Beach California and his first two showings at the LA Art Show in Downtown L.A.. His work has also been selected by a panel of curators as a winner in the 1st 2018 ArtSlant Artprize Showcase and has been on display at the world famous La Luz De Jesus Gallery, and in numerous exhibitions throughout Los Angeles and across the country.  https://www.pmsartwork.com (https://www.pmsartwork.com) For more information on applying to Superfine Art Fair as well as recordings of this and all of our past podcasts, just visit http://www.superfine.world/ (www.superfine.world ) IG: https://www.instagram.com/superfineartfair/?hl=en (@superfineartfair) IG: https://www.instagram.com/pmsartwork/ (@pmsartwork) If you want to submit a listener question you can email it to kelsey@superfine.world for a chance of it being answered by Alex, James, and our guest! Hosted and Executive Produced by James Miille and Alexander Mitow Executive Producer/Producer : Kelsey Susino Written by: Kelsey Susino, Alexander Mitow, and James Miille Audio Edited by: Frederico Solar Fernandez

Le club (soir)
Le club - 1ère partie du 29 octobre 2021

Le club (soir)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 4:39


Inauguration d'une ligne Vélobus au Bouveret

French Podcast
News in Slow French #557 Easy French Radio

French Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 9:05


Nous commencerons par parler de la lanceuse d'alerte Frances Haugen, qui a demandé au Parlement britannique de mettre en place de manière urgente une loi pour réguler les activités de la société technologique américaine Facebook. Ensuite, nous aborderons la récente rencontre entre la dirigeante du parti d'extrême droite français, Marine Le Pen, et le Premier ministre nationaliste hongrois, Viktor Orban, à l'approche des élections françaises de 2022. Nous discuterons également de nouvelles preuves indiquant que les Vikings sont arrivés au Canada en 1021, des centaines d'années avant Christophe Colomb. Nous parlerons aussi de la nouvelle entreprise commerciale du rappeur américain Snoop Dogg. Cette semaine, nous parlerons du vase exceptionnel retrouvé à Autun, et qui vient d'être restauré. Nous discuterons ensuite de l'ouverture d'un musée consacré à Albert Dreyfus, dans la maison d'Emile Zola. - Frances Haugen demande aux députés britanniques de réguler Facebook - Le Pen et Orban se rencontrent avant les élections hongroises et françaises de 2022 - Les Vikings sont arrivés en Amérique du Nord il y a précisément 1000 ans, en 1021 - Snoop Dogg investit dans le marché européen du cannabis médical - Un vase en verre exceptionnel découvert à Autun livre ses secrets - Inauguration du musée Dreyfus

Salem Wesleyan Methodist Church (Salem, Ohio)
Adult Class - The Church's Inauguration

Salem Wesleyan Methodist Church (Salem, Ohio)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 44:46


The central claim of the Church from its beginning has been that Jesus is Savior and Lord.

INFORMATION LOCALE
25 OCTOBRE 2021

INFORMATION LOCALE

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 4:03


Sujets traités :  - Inauguration d'espaces sans tabac. A Sélestat, samedi, la mairie a inauguré plusieurs zones non-fumeur dans la commune. Une action qui s'est réalisée avec le conseil municipal des enfants, la ligue contre le cancer du Bas-Rhin, et Marcel Bauer, le maire de Sélestat, on l'écoute. Ces zones, aux abords des établissements scolaires et des aires de jeux sont annoncées par des panneaux qui ont été posés en fin de semaine dernière afin d'informer la population qu'elle se trouve dans un espace sans tabac. - Nos retrouvailles. Voici la thématique de la 32e édition du festival du livre de Colmar. Après avoir été annulé l'an dernier pour raison sanitaire, il revient fin novembre avec de nombreux auteurs très connus, dont l'invité d'honneur Gille Legardinier. Les précisions de Jacques Lindecker, conseiller littéraire pour le festival. Le festival débutera dès le vendredi 26 novembre avec une rencontre avec l'auteur Amélie Nothomb au théâtre municipal de Colmar. L'événement accueillera également 5 des 10 auteurs qui vendent le plus de livres en France. L'occasion de les rencontrer, ou de les écouter lors de conférences. Et les enfants ne seront pas en reste puisqu'ils pourront également profiter du festival avec une belle page enfance qui leur est réservée. Le festival est gratuit, et des navettes seront affrétées depuis des bibliothèques pour se rendre au parc des expositions. Plus d'infos sur le www.festivaldulivre.colmar.fr - Voiture sans conducteur. Aux alentours de 4 heures du matin, dans la nuit de vendredi à samedi à Colmar, avenue de la foire aux vins, pompiers et policiers sont intervenus après avoir découvert un véhicule accidenté. Sauf qu'il n'y avait personne dans la voiture. Malgré des recherches effectuées aux alentours pour trouver une ou plusieurs victimes, les secours n'ont trouvé personne. - Chute dans la vallée de Munster. Hier après-midi à Stosswihr, un octogénaire qui faisait une randonnée est tombé dans un pierrier après une chute d'environ 50 mètres. Les secouristes du peloton de gendarmerie de montage de Horod sont intervenus en hélicoptère, épaulés par des pompiers spécialisés montagne. La victime présentait des blessures à la tête et au thorax. Elle a été transportée par les airs jusqu'à l'hôpital de Colmar. - 15e manifestation anti-passe sanitaire. Nouvelle mobilisation ce samedi contre le passe sanitaire et la vaccination obligatoire en Alsace. Les protestataires étaient environ 800 à Strasbourg, 30 à Sélestat, 900 à Colmar et 1 500 à Mulhouse. Dans les cortèges, des gens de tous horizons, dont des soignants. Samedi matin, les collectifs anti-passe avaient décidé d'organiser une nouvelle opération escargot sur l'A35. Deux équipes devaient partir de Colmar et Strasbourg et faire le chemin inverse. Dans la cité de Bartholdi, une dizaine de véhicules a ainsi pris la route, avant d'être stoppé à Sélestat par des gendarmes. En effet, la préfète du bas-rhin avait pris un arrêté pour interdire cette opération, considérant qu'elle constituait un délit d'entrave ou de gêne à la circulation, qui plus est pour le premier jour des vacances. - Autre mobilisation ce week-end, celle des gilets jaunes. Certains étaient présents dans les cortèges anti-passe, tandis que d'autres ont regagné les ronds-points. Ils étaient une quarantaine, accompagnés de soignants, samedi matin à Colmar sur le rond-point de la statue de la liberté. - Enfin un mot de sport pour finir avec la défaite de Strasbourg hier face à Rennes. Les Strasbourgeois ont perdu 1 à 0 lors de cette 11e journée de ligue 1. Le racing est désormais 12e du classement, avant de recevoir Lorient ce dimanche. 

AZUR FM
INFOS LOCALES DU 25 OCTOBRE 2021

AZUR FM

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 4:03


Sujets traités :  - Inauguration d'espaces sans tabac. A Sélestat, samedi, la mairie a inauguré plusieurs zones non-fumeur dans la commune. Une action qui s'est réalisée avec le conseil municipal des enfants, la ligue contre le cancer du Bas-Rhin, et Marcel Bauer, le maire de Sélestat, on l'écoute. Ces zones, aux abords des établissements scolaires et des aires de jeux sont annoncées par des panneaux qui ont été posés en fin de semaine dernière afin d'informer la population qu'elle se trouve dans un espace sans tabac. - Nos retrouvailles. Voici la thématique de la 32e édition du festival du livre de Colmar. Après avoir été annulé l'an dernier pour raison sanitaire, il revient fin novembre avec de nombreux auteurs très connus, dont l'invité d'honneur Gille Legardinier. Les précisions de Jacques Lindecker, conseiller littéraire pour le festival. Le festival débutera dès le vendredi 26 novembre avec une rencontre avec l'auteur Amélie Nothomb au théâtre municipal de Colmar. L'événement accueillera également 5 des 10 auteurs qui vendent le plus de livres en France. L'occasion de les rencontrer, ou de les écouter lors de conférences. Et les enfants ne seront pas en reste puisqu'ils pourront également profiter du festival avec une belle page enfance qui leur est réservée. Le festival est gratuit, et des navettes seront affrétées depuis des bibliothèques pour se rendre au parc des expositions. Plus d'infos sur le www.festivaldulivre.colmar.fr - Voiture sans conducteur. Aux alentours de 4 heures du matin, dans la nuit de vendredi à samedi à Colmar, avenue de la foire aux vins, pompiers et policiers sont intervenus après avoir découvert un véhicule accidenté. Sauf qu'il n'y avait personne dans la voiture. Malgré des recherches effectuées aux alentours pour trouver une ou plusieurs victimes, les secours n'ont trouvé personne. - Chute dans la vallée de Munster. Hier après-midi à Stosswihr, un octogénaire qui faisait une randonnée est tombé dans un pierrier après une chute d'environ 50 mètres. Les secouristes du peloton de gendarmerie de montage de Horod sont intervenus en hélicoptère, épaulés par des pompiers spécialisés montagne. La victime présentait des blessures à la tête et au thorax. Elle a été transportée par les airs jusqu'à l'hôpital de Colmar. - 15e manifestation anti-passe sanitaire. Nouvelle mobilisation ce samedi contre le passe sanitaire et la vaccination obligatoire en Alsace. Les protestataires étaient environ 800 à Strasbourg, 30 à Sélestat, 900 à Colmar et 1 500 à Mulhouse. Dans les cortèges, des gens de tous horizons, dont des soignants. Samedi matin, les collectifs anti-passe avaient décidé d'organiser une nouvelle opération escargot sur l'A35. Deux équipes devaient partir de Colmar et Strasbourg et faire le chemin inverse. Dans la cité de Bartholdi, une dizaine de véhicules a ainsi pris la route, avant d'être stoppé à Sélestat par des gendarmes. En effet, la préfète du bas-rhin avait pris un arrêté pour interdire cette opération, considérant qu'elle constituait un délit d'entrave ou de gêne à la circulation, qui plus est pour le premier jour des vacances. - Autre mobilisation ce week-end, celle des gilets jaunes. Certains étaient présents dans les cortèges anti-passe, tandis que d'autres ont regagné les ronds-points. Ils étaient une quarantaine, accompagnés de soignants, samedi matin à Colmar sur le rond-point de la statue de la liberté. - Enfin un mot de sport pour finir avec la défaite de Strasbourg hier face à Rennes. Les Strasbourgeois ont perdu 1 à 0 lors de cette 11e journée de ligue 1. Le racing est désormais 12e du classement, avant de recevoir Lorient ce dimanche.

CHINMAYA SHIVAM
Episode 610: 01 - Kaivalyopanishad Camp - Inauguration

CHINMAYA SHIVAM

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 27:52


Please support this podcast by pressing the follow button and support Chinmaya Mission Mumbai projects taken up by Swami Swatmananda, through generous donations. Contribution by Indians in INR can be made online using this link: https://bit.ly/gdswatmanFor Foreign contributions please request an Indian National with Indian passport to use the above link and make the contribution.For any queries please send a mail to sswatmananda@gmail.com These podcasts @ChinmayaShivam are also available on Spotify, Apple iTunes, Apple Podcasts, Podomatic, Amazon music and Google PodcastFB page: https://www.facebook.com/ChinmayaShivampageInsta: https://instagram.com/chinmayashivam?igshid=1twbki0v3vomtTwitter: https://twitter.com/chinmayashivamBlog: https://notesnmusings.blogspot.comLinkedIN: www.linkedin.com/in/swatmananda

Podcasts sur RadioTerritoria
Frédéric Chartier, Architecte associé chez ChartierDallix - Inauguration de l'hotel logistique Sogaris à Vitry sur Seine

Podcasts sur RadioTerritoria

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 2:58


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Frédéric Chartier, Architecte associé chez ChartierDallix - Inauguration de l'hotel logistique Sogaris à Vitry sur Seine

radio-immo.fr, l'information immobilière

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 2:21


SITE INTERNET : https://www.sogaris.fr/ Radio Immo, première webradio d'information immobilière

Podcasts sur RadioTerritoria
Kader Guettou, Directeur général de GA Smart Building - Inauguration de l'hotel logistique Sogaris à Vitry sur Seine

Podcasts sur RadioTerritoria

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 4:40


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Kader Guettou, Directeur général de GA Smart Building - Inauguration de l'hotel logistique Sogaris à Vitry sur Seine

radio-immo.fr, l'information immobilière

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 4:40


SITE INTERNET : https://www.sogaris.fr/ Radio Immo, première webradio d'information immobilière

Podcasts sur RadioTerritoria
Jonathan SEBBANE, Directeur Général Sogaris - Inauguration de l'hotel logistique Sogaris à Vitry sur Seine

Podcasts sur RadioTerritoria

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 2:48


SITE INTERNET : https://www.sogaris.fr/

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Jonathan SEBBANE, Directeur Général Sogaris - Inauguration de l'hotel logistique Sogaris à Vitry sur Seine

radio-immo.fr, l'information immobilière

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 2:48


SITE INTERNET : https://www.sogaris.fr/ Radio Immo, première webradio d'information immobilière

radio-immo.fr, l'information immobilière
Stéphane DE FAY, Directeur Général Grand Paris Aménagement - Inauguration de l'hotel logistique Sogaris à Vitry sur Seine

radio-immo.fr, l'information immobilière

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 5:05


SITE INTERNET : https://www.sogaris.fr/ Radio Immo, première webradio d'information immobilière

Podcasts sur RadioTerritoria
Stéphane DE FAY, Directeur Général Grand Paris Aménagement - Inauguration de l'hotel logistique Sogaris à Vitry sur Seine

Podcasts sur RadioTerritoria

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 5:05


Podcasts sur RadioTerritoria
Pierre BELL-LLOCH, maire de Vitry sur Seine - Inauguration de l'hotel logistique Sogaris à Vitry sur Seine

Podcasts sur RadioTerritoria

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 4:07


SITE INTERNET : https://www.sogaris.fr/

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Richard CURNIER, Banque des territoires - Inauguration de l'hotel logistique Sogaris à Vitry sur Seine

radio-immo.fr, l'information immobilière

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 2:21


SITE INTERNET : https://www.sogaris.fr/ Radio Immo, première webradio d'information immobilière

Podcasts sur RadioTerritoria
Richard CURNIER, Banque des territoires - Inauguration de l'hotel logistique Sogaris à Vitry sur Seine

Podcasts sur RadioTerritoria

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 2:21


SITE INTERNET : https://www.sogaris.fr/

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Pierre BELL-LLOCH, maire de Vitry sur Seine - Inauguration de l'hotel logistique Sogaris à Vitry sur Seine

radio-immo.fr, l'information immobilière

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 4:07


SITE INTERNET : https://www.sogaris.fr/ Radio Immo, première webradio d'information immobilière

radio-immo.fr, l'information immobilière
Emmanuelle Wargon, ministre déléguée au logement - Inauguration de l'hotel logistique Sogaris à Vitry sur Seine

radio-immo.fr, l'information immobilière

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 1:17


Bordeauxfood
Cafe Joyeux - Inauguration

Bordeauxfood

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 6:36


"on a tous des différences, tous de fragilités, pourquoi le cacher". Yann Bucaille Aujourd'hui, c'était la réouverture du Café Joyeux à Bordeaux.  Après une période très mouvementée par la pandémie liée à la COVID-19, nous pouvons enfin boire un café accompagné un des plus jolies sourires de Bordeaux.  Tatiana atteinte d'un anomalie chromosomique, femme extraordianaire, à l'envie de réussir au services des autres. Son équipe vous accueille au 31 rue Sainte-Colombe. Vous pouvez écouter mon interview grâce au podcast ci-dessus qui vous donnera envie d'y aller apres ces très belles paroles humaines.  Copyright : Bordeauxfood / 2021  Directeur de publication  : Thomas Galharague

RMC Bonjour !
Ca vous concerne : Inauguration d'un magasin sans caisse dans un supermarché Auchan - 08/10

RMC Bonjour !

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 3:50


Chaque matin, Géraldine de Mori vous donne des informations pratiques et des conseils autour de la consommation et de l'écologie. Chaque matin avec "RMC Bonjour !", écoutez un show radio/télé unique en France. Un rendez-vous exceptionnel mêlant infos, débats, réactions et intervention d'experts. En simultané de 6h à 8h30 sur RMC Story. En simultané de 8h35 à 9h sur BFMTV. RMC est une radio généraliste, essentiellement axée sur l'actualité et sur l'interactivité avec les auditeurs, dans un format 100% parlé, inédit en France. La grille des programmes de RMC s'articule autour de rendez-vous phares comme Apolline Matin (6h-9h), les Grandes Gueules (9h-12h), Estelle Midi (12h-15h), Super Moscato Show (15h-18h), Rothen s'enflamme (18h-20h), l'After Foot (20h-minuit).

Chew the Bible
Saul's Inauguration

Chew the Bible

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 12:02


Your words were found and I ate them

Question The Self
How to Find What You Love, Part 1 with Daniel Roseberry

Question The Self

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 61:11


What if you don't know what you're good at? We learn the journey to creative success with the designer who has dressed Beyoncé for the Grammys and Lady Gaga for Biden's Inauguration. Daniel talks about the power of negative reinforcement, i.e. learning from trying things and disliking them. We learn about his rise to becoming the Artistic Director at Schiaparelli, the haute couture house in Paris. How he handles critics. And how he has written fake reviews of future fashion shows, imagining what a reviewer might say in his fantasies, and then moving towards that vision.

The Annie Frey Show Podcast
Hour 3 Podcast: Inaugurations, Lawsuits & School Choice

The Annie Frey Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 37:07


Which would you rather have? Someone who is course but honest with you, or someone who says nice things but lies?  Annie and the crew discuss this in terms of Pres. Trump's inauguration vs Pres. Biden's Inauguration.  Then local teachers are forced to fight their own union in a lawsuit about vaccine mandates.  Finally, Annie and the crew discuss school choice. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

New Covenant Church - Hampton VA   (Hampton Roads | Peninsula)

Pastor Steve Deane discusses five examples of God working through humanity to bring the promised redemption of all creation.

It's A Hawaii Thing
Michael Sun Lee - Actor from Netflix Series 'Fuller House

It's A Hawaii Thing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 38:48


Born and Raised in Hawaii, Michael Sun Lee is an Actor and Voice Over Artist who started acting and performing in Musical Theater at KCC, UH, and Kumu Kahua Theater, he is currently splitting his Summertime between Los Angeles and Oahu. Currently an Unemployed Event Bartender and Actor so find me at Waikiki Walls, Mai Tai Bar, Foodland, 24 hour Fitness or on Tinder and Bumble TV/Film appearances include: Fuller House, NCIS:NOLA, NCIS: LA, General Hospital, Lifetime's Stalked By My Husbands Ex, Hawaii Five-O, Days Of Our Lives…and the 2021 Inauguration of Biden/Harris Voice Over work include: Disney's Moana, Kubo And The Two Strings, Netflix's Extracurricular. Currently can be seen in recurring in these Webseries Sunnyside Up on BratTV, Glasscock Park, Lisa At Large on Youtube Upcoming Roles: Guest Starring on the new CSI:Vegas, and the Feature Film DWELLER IMDb Michael Sun Lee for more. https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1372170/ Social Media Instagram: @MichaelSunLee TikTok: @MichaelSunLee FaceBook: @MichaelSunLee Clubhouse @MichaelSunLee

HistoryPod
25th September 1956: Inauguration TAT-1, the first transatlantic telephone cable

HistoryPod

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021


Known as Transatlantic No. 1 or TAT-1, the £120 million system actually consisted of two identical cables to allow transmission in each ...

Stu Does America
Ep 351 | The Left's Expiring Narratives: Compassion Until Inauguration | Guest: Gregory Wrightstone

Stu Does America

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 44:20


Stu Burguiere highlights the leftist phenomenon where liberal politicians just lie about their beliefs and policy up until the point they get elected and then implement their own corrupt goals anyway. And the best part? Their constituency just GOES WITH IT. Amazing. Then, geologist and author Gregory Wrightstone swings through the studio with a handful of inconvenient facts about climate change that you probably haven't seen on Al Gore's TikTok this year. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

SBS Assyrian
A look at the inauguration ceremony of Patriarch Mar Awa III

SBS Assyrian

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 11:15


SBS Assyrian team members discuss highlights of the inauguration ceremony of His Holiness Mar Awa III, the new Catholicos Patriarch of the Assyrian Church of the East, who was enthroned at Saint John the Baptist Cathedral in Erbil, Iraq, on Monday 13 September.

Astroscope
The Astrology of the Void Moon and You, 9/11, the USA and the Inauguration Charts for 6 U.S. Presidents: Part 1

Astroscope

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2021 118:04


It is Saturday September 11, 2021 and after offering The Astrology of a Rare Asteroid Apocalypse during 2021: Part 2, we now present The Astrology of the Void Moon and You, 9/11, the USA and the Inauguration Charts for 6 U.S. Presidents: Part 1. This new podcast contains the charts for the beginning of the World Trade Center Disaster on Tuesday September 11, 2001, its Solar Return happening on Saturday September 11, 2021, the horoscopes of the USA and President Franklin D. Roosevelt, and the Inauguration charts for 6 U.S. Presidents (FDR in 1945; JFK in 1961; Richard Nixon in 1973; Bill Clinton in 1997; Barack Obama in 2009 and Joe Biden in 2021). These 6 horoscopes all occurred during a Void Moon that was present at their January 20 Inaugurations and Oaths of Office. There is also the cover image of our Welcome to Planet Earth astrology magazine (the Gemini/Cancer issue in 1995) with a feature story entitled The Void-of-Course Moon: Astrologers Sound Off.  Overall, this is the 86th podcast offered to the public since May 2019.Astrology charts for this podcast are available on our website, www.greatbearenterprises.com/radio.Support the show (https://www.greatbearenterprises.com/contributions)

Stars On Fire
Into The Thick Of It (It's Weird...But, OK)

Stars On Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2021 112:44


Janelle and Mecca are back for a super-sized episode. In it, they discuss what Virgo season is trying to tell us about COVID, a review of the US presidential Inauguration chart, the nice guys of TV (Bob Ross, Levar Burton), why Sha'Carri Richardson can't catch a break, and more!

HC Universal Network
YBY ep 277: Audio Describer Bridget Melton works to make the arts accessible to all.

HC Universal Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 58:40


This week on Yes But Why Podcast, listen in as I talk to Audio Describer, Bridget Melton. Bridget Melton is an Audio Describer who has recently relocated to North Texas from the Chicago area. Active in the cultural accessibility community for many years, Bridget works to create a welcoming environment for all. Around the United States, and virtually, she can be found at various theatres promoting inclusion as an audio describer, advisor, or volunteer. Audio Description is a service that makes the visual verbal. In theaters, in museums, and accompanying television, film, and video presentations, Audio Describers provide commentary and narration to guide the listener through the presentation with concise, objective descriptions of new scenes, settings, costumes, body language, and "sight gags," all slipped in between portions of dialogue or songs. Audio Description provides accessibility of the visual images of theater, television, movies, and other art forms for people who are blind, have low vision, or who are otherwise visually impaired. As the main describer for Hamilton: An American Musical during its three year residency in Chicago, Bridget Melton live described over 25 performances. She also most recently live extemporaneously audio described the 2021 Presidential Inauguration for which she and her team won the 2021 Vernon Henley Media Award from the American Council of the Blind. Bridget can also be heard as a featured guest on “Know Your Narrator,” the weekly podcast made by the Audio Description Narrators of America. In our conversation, we talk about how the pandemic has changed views on accessibility and inclusivity in the theater world. Bridget shares what it was like to do the Audio Description for the Inauguration and how amazing she felt to be part of that experience. Bridget speaks about working with the Chicago Cultural Accessibility Consortium, and all that she learned from them about making theater more accessible to all. She says that since the move to Texas, she has been working from home; this has enabled her to connect with the larger community of audio describers and opened doors in her career that she never imagined. Bridget tells me of her work in theater admin and box office roles before finding her niche in Audio Description. With Audio Description, she is happy to have found a job that combines a lot of the different creative work that she loves about theater. Bridget gets to do dramaturgical research about the play she is working on; she gets to perform the show alongside the actors, and sometimes even improvise when the play or live event evolves. She also talks about how much she loves the chance to interact with the audience before the show during the “touch tour” and during the show as she “describes” the performance for them. Bridget expresses her excitement to be able to do theater full time and in such a rewarding role. Support Bridget Melton by hiring her to Audio Describe your event: https://www.bridgetmelton.com/ (Seriously, she's won AWARDS for doing this work!) But really, hire ANY Audio Describer and you are supporting Bridget's community and their efforts to make the arts accessible to all. (And if you've never heard of this but you work at a theater, bring it up to the boss! I mean, how cool is Audio Description?) Learn more about Audio Description, including resources and how to experience it at BridgetMelton.com/intro You can also support accessibility in the arts in general by donating to the Chicago Cultural Accessibility Consortium, an organization that was a formative part of Bridget's own access journey: https://chicagoculturalaccess.org/support/ Yes But Why Podcast is a proud member of the HC Universal Network family of podcasts. Visit us at HCUniversalNetwork.com to join in on the fun. #YesButWhy #Podcast #HCUniversalNetwork This episode of Yes But Why podcast is sponsored by audible - get your FREE audiobook download and your 30 day free trial at http://

Yes But Why Podcast
YBY ep 277: Audio Describer Bridget Melton works to make the arts accessible to all.

Yes But Why Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 58:40


This week on Yes But Why Podcast, listen in as I talk to Audio Describer, Bridget Melton. Bridget Melton is an Audio Describer who has recently relocated to North Texas from the Chicago area. Active in the cultural accessibility community for many years, Bridget works to create a welcoming environment for all. Around the United States, and virtually, she can be found at various theatres promoting inclusion as an audio describer, advisor, or volunteer. Audio Description is a service that makes the visual verbal. In theaters, in museums, and accompanying television, film, and video presentations, Audio Describers provide commentary and narration to guide the listener through the presentation with concise, objective descriptions of new scenes, settings, costumes, body language, and "sight gags," all slipped in between portions of dialogue or songs. Audio Description provides accessibility of the visual images of theater, television, movies, and other art forms for people who are blind, have low vision, or who are otherwise visually impaired. As the main describer for Hamilton: An American Musical during its three year residency in Chicago, Bridget Melton live described over 25 performances. She also most recently live extemporaneously audio described the 2021 Presidential Inauguration for which she and her team won the 2021 Vernon Henley Media Award from the American Council of the Blind. Bridget can also be heard as a featured guest on “Know Your Narrator,” the weekly podcast made by the Audio Description Narrators of America.In our conversation, we talk about how the pandemic has changed views on accessibility and inclusivity in the theater world. Bridget shares what it was like to do the Audio Description for the Inauguration and how amazing she felt to be part of that experience. Bridget speaks about working with the Chicago Cultural Accessibility Consortium, and all that she learned from them about making theater more accessible to all. She says that since the move to Texas, she has been working from home; this has enabled her to connect with the larger community of audio describers and opened doors in her career that she never imagined.Bridget tells me of her work in theater admin and box office roles before finding her niche in Audio Description. With Audio Description, she is happy to have found a job that combines a lot of the different creative work that she loves about theater. Bridget gets to do dramaturgical research about the play she is working on; she gets to perform the show alongside the actors, and sometimes even improvise when the play or live event evolves. She also talks about how much she loves the chance to interact with the audience before the show during the “touch tour” and during the show as she “describes” the performance for them. Bridget expresses her excitement to be able to do theater full time and in such a rewarding role.Support Bridget Melton by hiring her to Audio Describe your event: https://www.bridgetmelton.com/ (Seriously, she's won AWARDS for doing this work!) But really, hire ANY Audio Describer and you are supporting Bridget's community and their efforts to make the arts accessible to all. (And if you've never heard of this but you work at a theater, bring it up to the boss! I mean, how cool is Audio Description?) Learn more about Audio Description, including resources and how to experience it at BridgetMelton.com/intro You can also support accessibility in the arts in general by donating to the Chicago Cultural Accessibility Consortium, an organization that was a formative part of Bridget's own access journey: https://chicagoculturalaccess.org/support/Yes But Why Podcast is a proud member of the HC Universal Network family of podcasts. Visit us at HCUniversalNetwork.com to join in on the fun. #YesButWhy #Podcast #HCUniversalNetworkThis episode of Yes But Why podcast is sponsored by audible - get your FREE audiobook download and your 30 day free trial at http://www.audibletrial.com/YESBUTWHY. Treat Yourself. Get Audible. This episode of Yes But Why is also sponsored by PodcastCadet.com. Go to PodcastCadet.com to connect with us so we can help you with your podcast! Save money by putting in offer code YBY20 to get 20% off the first service for workshop you buy!This episode of Yes But Why is also sponsored by True Hemp Science! True Hemp Science is our Austin-based resource for vegan friendly, whole plant extract CBD oil. Go to TrueHempScience.com to peruse all the therapeutic CBD product options! Use code YesButWhy7 to get 7% off your order of $50 or more and get a free packet of 2 CBD edibles!(production notes: recorded zoom meeting via Rodecaster on 8/12/2021…posted on 8/23/2021)

HC Universal Network
YBY ep 277: Audio Describer Bridget Melton works to make the arts accessible to all.

HC Universal Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 58:40


This week on Yes But Why Podcast, listen in as I talk to Audio Describer, Bridget Melton. Bridget Melton is an Audio Describer who has recently relocated to North Texas from the Chicago area. Active in the cultural accessibility community for many years, Bridget works to create a welcoming environment for all. Around the United States, and virtually, she can be found at various theatres promoting inclusion as an audio describer, advisor, or volunteer. Audio Description is a service that makes the visual verbal. In theaters, in museums, and accompanying television, film, and video presentations, Audio Describers provide commentary and narration to guide the listener through the presentation with concise, objective descriptions of new scenes, settings, costumes, body language, and "sight gags," all slipped in between portions of dialogue or songs. Audio Description provides accessibility of the visual images of theater, television, movies, and other art forms for people who are blind, have low vision, or who are otherwise visually impaired. As the main describer for Hamilton: An American Musical during its three year residency in Chicago, Bridget Melton live described over 25 performances. She also most recently live extemporaneously audio described the 2021 Presidential Inauguration for which she and her team won the 2021 Vernon Henley Media Award from the American Council of the Blind. Bridget can also be heard as a featured guest on “Know Your Narrator,” the weekly podcast made by the Audio Description Narrators of America. In our conversation, we talk about how the pandemic has changed views on accessibility and inclusivity in the theater world. Bridget shares what it was like to do the Audio Description for the Inauguration and how amazing she felt to be part of that experience. Bridget speaks about working with the Chicago Cultural Accessibility Consortium, and all that she learned from them about making theater more accessible to all. She says that since the move to Texas, she has been working from home; this has enabled her to connect with the larger community of audio describers and opened doors in her career that she never imagined. Bridget tells me of her work in theater admin and box office roles before finding her niche in Audio Description. With Audio Description, she is happy to have found a job that combines a lot of the different creative work that she loves about theater. Bridget gets to do dramaturgical research about the play she is working on; she gets to perform the show alongside the actors, and sometimes even improvise when the play or live event evolves. She also talks about how much she loves the chance to interact with the audience before the show during the “touch tour” and during the show as she “describes” the performance for them. Bridget expresses her excitement to be able to do theater full time and in such a rewarding role. Support Bridget Melton by hiring her to Audio Describe your event: https://www.bridgetmelton.com/ (Seriously, she's won AWARDS for doing this work!) But really, hire ANY Audio Describer and you are supporting Bridget's community and their efforts to make the arts accessible to all. (And if you've never heard of this but you work at a theater, bring it up to the boss! I mean, how cool is Audio Description?) Learn more about Audio Description, including resources and how to experience it at BridgetMelton.com/intro You can also support accessibility in the arts in general by donating to the Chicago Cultural Accessibility Consortium, an organization that was a formative part of Bridget's own access journey: https://chicagoculturalaccess.org/support/ Yes But Why Podcast is a proud member of the HC Universal Network family of podcasts. Visit us at HCUniversalNetwork.com to join in on the fun. #YesButWhy #Podcast #HCUniversalNetwork This episode of Yes But Why podcast is sponsored by audible - get your FREE audiobook download and your 30 day free trial at http://www.audibletrial.com/YESBUTWHY. Treat Yourself. Get Audible. This episode of Yes But Why is also sponsored by PodcastCadet.com. Go to PodcastCadet.com to connect with us so we can help you with your podcast! Save money by putting in offer code YBY20 to get 20% off the first service for workshop you buy! This episode of Yes But Why is also sponsored by True Hemp Science! True Hemp Science is our Austin-based resource for vegan friendly, whole plant extract CBD oil. Go to TrueHempScience.com to peruse all the therapeutic CBD product options! Use code YesButWhy7 to get 7% off your order of $50 or more and get a free packet of 2 CBD edibles! (production notes: recorded zoom meeting via Rodecaster on 8/12/2021…posted on 8/23/2021)

Philadelphia Baptist Church
The King's Inauguration - Mark 1:14 - 2:12

Philadelphia Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2021


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Rediscover the Gospel
Session 17 - Confession of Sins and the Lord's Supper (The Glory of Righteousness)

Rediscover the Gospel

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 31:49


The Power of the Lord's SupperIntroductionLet's first read the famous passage on the Lord's Supper from 1 Corinthians 11:17-34: 1 Corinthians 11:17–34 (NKJV) 17 Now in giving these instructions I don't praise you, since you come together not for the better but for the worse. 18 For first of all, when you come together as a church, I hear that there are divisions among you, and in part I believe it. 19 For there must also be factions among you, that those who are approved may be recognized among you. 20 Therefore when you come together in one place, it's not to eat the Lord's Supper. 21 For in eating, each one takes his own supper ahead of others; and one is hungry and another is drunk. 22 What! Do you not have houses to eat and drink in? Or do you despise the church of God and shame those who have nothing? What shall I say to you? Shall I praise you in this? I don't praise you. 23 For I received from the Lord that which I also delivered to you: that the Lord Jesus on the same night in which He was betrayed took bread; 24 and when He had given thanks, He broke it and said, “Take, eat; this is My body which is broken for you; do this in remembrance of Me.” 25 In the same manner He also took the cup after supper, saying, “This cup is the New Covenant in My blood. This do, as often as you drink it, in remembrance of Me.” 26 For as often as you eat this bread and drink this cup, you proclaim the Lord's death till He comes. 27 Therefore whoever eats this bread or drinks this cup of the Lord in an unworthy manner will be guilty of the body and blood of the Lord. 28 But let a man examine himself, and so let him eat of the bread and drink of the cup. 29 For he who eats and drinks in an unworthy manner eats and drinks judgment to himself, not discerning the Lord's body. 30 For this reason many are weak and sick among you, and many sleep. 31 For if we would judge ourselves, we would not be judged. 32 But when we are judged, we are chastened by the Lord, that we may not be condemned with the world. 33 Therefore, my brethren, when you come together to eat, wait for one another. 34 But if anyone is hungry, let him eat at home, lest you come together for judgment. And the rest I will set in order when I come.  Many Christians interpret the passage above in the following way: “Before I take the Lord's Supper, I need to examine myself very carefully, check for any unconfessed sins in my life and confess them all. Then I can partake of the Lord's Supper. This is the worthy manner of taking the Lord's Supper. Otherwise, if I take it with any unconfessed sin, I might lose my salvation, I might lose the blessings of God, or God might punish me with sickness or even death. And I will not be able to come to God and ask Him to heal me, because I did it with my own hands. So, if I feel too unworthy on occasions, it's better not to partake of the Lord's Supper in order not to be punished by God.” This is how many believers read 1 Corinthians 11:17-34 and they treat the Lord's Supper as something very sacred and dreadful, that can be partaken of only if they have been completely honest about their lives with God and made sure they confessed every sin they know before Him. Otherwise, God will strike them with sickness and curse. Because of the fear of punishment, many believers refrain from partaking of the Lord's Supper for long periods of time. Overall, most believers consider the Lord's Supper to be something similar to the bitter water from Numbers 5:16-28, that women suspected of adultery had to drink to prove their innocence. If those women were dishonest and guilty and drank that water, their bellies would swell, their thighs would rot, and they would become a curse among their people. This is the mentality with which most Christians approach the Communion. However, this interpretation and practice of the Lord's Supper are far from the truth and rob believers of its precious benefits that Jesus intended when He initiated it. The Necessity of Innocent BloodLet's analyze the passage carefully in its context. First, the expression “unworthy manner” from verses 27 and 29 doesn't refer to the worthiness of the person taking the Lord's Supper, but to the worthiness of the manner in which the person partakes, the worthiness of the way, or the method. We can never become worthy to partake of the Lord's Supper through something that we do, no matter what we do, not even through confession of sins, because the only thing that could pay for our sins and could make us worthy is  innocent blood, as seen in Hebrews 9:22: Hebrews 9:22 (NKJV) 22 And according to the Law almost all things are purified with blood, and without shedding of blood there is no remission.  Without shedding of blood, there is no remission of sins, and not without confession of sins. Our blood is guilty and tainted by Adam's sin that was transmitted to us when we were physically born on this earth. The only person that had innocent blood was Jesus Christ, the last Adam, because He didn't have an earthly father. The Holy Spirit conceived Him, Jesus had blameless blood, and He kept His blood innocent throughout His life by fulfilling all the Law of Moses and by not sinning even once. He was without spot when He reached the moment of the cross: 1 Peter 1:18–19 (NKJV) 18 knowing that you were not redeemed with corruptible things, like silver or gold, from your aimless conduct received by tradition from your fathers, 19 but with the precious blood of Christ, as of a lamb without blemish and without spot.  Why could only innocent blood remove sins? Because the soul of a human being is in the blood. That is what Leviticus 17:11 tells us: Leviticus 17:11 (NKJV) 11 For the life of the flesh is in the blood, and I have given it to you upon the altar to make atonement for your souls; for it's the blood that makes atonement for the soul. The word “life” in the expression “the life of the flesh is in the blood” is the Hebrew “Nephesh,” which translates into “soul, living being, self, or person.” So, you have been made worthy once and for all by Christ's blood and sacrifice, and nothing else. Period! You are always worthy to partake of the Communion  because of Jesus' innocent blood and not because of your confession. Your righteousness and worthiness are Christ. However, there is also a proper and worthy manner of partaking of the Lord's Supper.  What Does It Mean “In a Worthy Manner?”Taking the Communion in a worthy manner means to assign to it a mental significance when you take it, to think about what it means from God's perspective, and remember the One Who established it. It's not just eating some food and drinking. We see this concept reiterated three times in the passage about Communion: (1) In verses 17 to 22, Paul rebukes the Corinthians for eating their meals without waiting for the others, for getting drunk, for not remembering Christ, and for believing that that was the Lord's Supper; (2) In verses 24 and 25, Paul quotes Jesus and says that when we take the Lord's Supper, we need to remember Him; (3) In verse 28, Paul mentions that there is an examination and evaluation of ourselves that needs to take place before taking the Lord's Supper. To summarize, taking the Lord's Supper in a worthy manner means two things: (1) to remember Christ in the right way, and (2) to evaluate ourselves in the right way. What does it mean to remember Christ in the right way and evaluate ourselves in the right way? In verse 24, Jesus says that His body was broken for us, was judged for us, and in our place. The broken bread is a representation of Christ's body being torn apart for us, and He says we should always do this in remembrance of Him and of what He did for us. This is the correct remembrance or discernment of the Lord's body, mentioned in verse 29, and the appropriate evaluation (or judgment) of ourselves. It's a matter of where we place the guilt and the judgment of our sins: either on Jesus' body, or on us. In the same manner, Paul instructs us to take the wine (v. 25), which is a representation of Jesus' shed blood. Every time we take Communion (v. 26), we proclaim the Lord's death (or the Lord's judgment) until He comes back. In other words, if we proclaim the Lord's judgment over our sins, then we also proclaim our freedom, healing, victory, righteousness, prosperity, joy, and peace. We evaluate and judge ourselves, or consider ourselves as righteous, healed, and free. The proclamation of His death is a proclamation of our life. Taking the Lord's Supper in an UNWORTHY MANNER doesn't refer to a person being unworthy on account of her unconfessed sins, as I mentioned earlier. Rather, it refers to not acknowledging correctly that the judgment for our sins was put on the Lord's body and on His blood. By not evaluating correctly, we become again guilty and come under condemnation. Verse 28 tells us to first examine ourselves and do an evaluation of ourselves before partaking of the Lord's Supper. The whole passage of 1 Corinthians 11 doesn't instruct anywhere to confess our sins before Communion, or that examining ourselves means confessing our sins. The Greek word for ”confess,” “Homologeo,” is not even present anywhere, like we saw in 1 John 1:9. We've just assumed that examining ourselves refers to examining ourselves in the light of our sins. However, the examination depicted in this passage is  the one done in the light of what Jesus did and not in light of our sins. After that, we can take the Lord's Supper as a celebration of life for ourselves and not of judgment. It's a celebration of what Jesus has accomplished at the cross for us. And this creates faith in our hearts for healing and victory. The Greek word for “examine” is “Dokimazo” and it means “to test and by implication approve.” Those who are in Christ see themselves approved by God. An Old Covenant picture may help understanding this better. At the temple, the High Priest did not examine the people, who brought the sacrifices, of their sins. The priest didn't ask them to confess their individual sins. He only examined the sacrificial lamb of any blemish. In the New Covenant, Christ is our Lamb without blemish or defect (1 Peter 1:18-19). During the Lord's Supper, we examine Him and see ourselves as tested and approved in Him. Verse 29 in 1 Corinthians 11 says that if we don't discern the Lord's body in that way, then we eat and drink judgment to ourselves. In that moment, we actually celebrate our own judgment, and we take the Lord's Supper in remembrance of ourselves and of our sins, and not in remembrance of the Lord. What is then the correct examination of ourselves? Today, most of us instead of getting ourselves free of the conscience of sins and acknowledging the judgment of Christ, we dig up our sins during Communion, and become more conscious of them. Unconsciously, we reinforce into our minds the lie that we are still sinners. We think the Lord's Supper is like going to someone's funeral. Usually, when we go to funerals, being in that sad atmosphere makes us softer in our hearts, more humble, and we remember the deceased person, feeling like we owe something to him or her (especially if they died somehow because of us), and we feel like we want to do something in return. Likewise, we do the same with Jesus' death during Communion. We think that the best way to pay Jesus back for His sufferings is to at least remember our sins and ask for forgiveness, as if we would do Him a favor. However, that is wrong. That is not remembering Him. Again, it's worth mentioning that in the Matthew 26:26-29 account of the Lord's Supper, when Jesus gave His disciples the bread and the wine for the first time, He didn't mention anything about confessing their sins before partaking. In fact, He didn't mention that in any of the Gospels. Let's read that passage: Matthew 26:26–29 (NKJV)26 And as they were eating, Jesus took bread, blessed and broke it, and gave it to the disciples and said, “Take, eat; this is My body.”27 Then He took the cup, and gave thanks, and gave it to them, saying, “Drink from it, all of you.28 For this is My blood of the New Covenant, which is shed for many for the remission of sins.29 But I say to you, I will not drink of this fruit of the vine from now on until that day when I drink it new with you in My Father's kingdom.”  The Inauguration of the New CovenantJesus simply said this about the Last Supper: “This is My blood of the New Covenant.” What is a covenant? It's a verbalized oath, an exchange between two parties, and a binding agreement of promises. In this case, when Jesus ratified the New Covenant with His disciples and with all the believers that would come after them, He meant the following: “You give me your filthiness, and I will give you My blessings; I swear to do this for you.” When we talk about the blood of Jesus, we think only about atonement, which is the negative part of the sacrifice, and we don't pay too much attention to the better and bigger part of that sacrifice, which is the positive part. That second part refers to what does that blood bring with it AFTER atonement. Through Jesus' blood, God made a covenant with us and God sweared to do something for us.When Jesus went into the Holy of Holies of the Heavenly Tabernacle and sprinkled the Mercy Seat at the throne of God with His own blood, it was not just the blood of atonement and remission of sins that was sprinkled. It was also the blood of the New Covenant which affirmed this: “I, Jesus Christ, swear that I will heal them, that I will restore their families, their children, and that I will provide financially for them.”  Usually, when God did a covenant with people in the Bible, what party of the covenant had to gain the most out of it? Always humans, of course. Let's see how God did the covenant with Abraham: Hebrews 6:13–14 (NKJV) 13 For when God made a promise to Abraham, because He could swear by no one greater, He swore by Himself, 14 saying, “Surely blessing I will bless you, and multiplying I will multiply you.”  God wanted to assure Abraham that what He promised He would do. But because He could not swear on anything greater than Him, He swore by Himself. Did God fulfill everything that He promised to Abraham? Yes. How much more will He keep for us the better covenant and the better promises He gave us through Christ! Hebrews 8:6 declares: Hebrews 8:6 (NKJV) 6 But now He has obtained a more excellent ministry, inasmuch as He is also Mediator (or Intermediary) of a better covenant, which was established on better promises.  Sometimes, we are so discouraged and we wonder whether God will really fulfill His promises towards us or not, because we think He looks at our mistakes when He decides whether to keep a promise to us or not. However, only Jesus' blood will give us the things for which it paid for and which were stolen from us by sin. Many times when we sin, especially when repeatedly, we start crawling slowly back into God's presence, after some time, through crying and regrets. We begin wailing in the following way: “Oh God, I don't deserve anything, I am nothing, I am just a sinner, I failed You again so badly, and You have forgiven me so many times that You might have already gotten sick of forgiving me, because Your mercy cannot endure forever.” However, what we don't realize is that, while we say all that in the presence of God, the sprinkled blood of Jesus says something else: “I paid for your sins, I swear that you have forgiveness, I paid for your deliverance, and I swear that I will deliver you from the bondage of lusts, and addictions.” We speak out of our emotions and out of the guilt we feel, but that is not on the same page with what the blood speaks. Our voices are not aligned with the voice of the blood. My voice says that I don't deserve anything, and the voice of the blood says: “Yes you do, you do deserve now.”  The Fellowship with the Blood and Body of Christ1 Corinthians 10:16 (NKJV) 16 The cup of blessing which we bless, is it not the communion (or the fellowship, the sharing) of the blood of Christ? The bread which we break, is it not the communion (or the fellowship, the sharing) of the body of Christ?  When we partake of the Lord's Supper, we have fellowship with the blood and the body of Christ. The Greek word for ”communion” or ”fellowship” in the verse we read is “Coinonia,” which means “active participation, involvement, and sharing with someone or in something.” It's not the same thing as socializing. The Bible talks about fellowship with each other and about fellowship with the Father and His Son: 1 John 1:3 (NKJV) 3 that which we have seen and heard we declare to you, that you also may have fellowship with us; and truly our fellowship is with the Father and with His Son Jesus Christ.  When do we reach true fellowship with each other as brothers and sisters during a meeting? When we speak about the same things in unity, we speak the same spiritual language, and build each other up. Now, having fellowship with the body and the blood of Jesus when we take the Lord's Supper means that we come in alignment and unity with what the blood speaks, and we speak the same thing. Jesus' blood speaks and swears about our justification and makes an oath in our favor. What are we going to speak? “Oh, I don't deserve it, I hope I will not die if I drink this cup, I was so bad.” That is not fellowship. How can there be fellowship between something righteous and something sinful? Yes, in ourselves we don't deserve it, but because of this blood and because we are in Christ, we now deserve. That is how what we say comes in unity with what the blood says.  We don't receive salvation by confessing how we fell and what our opinion is about Jesus, that maybe He was simply a prophet or a good man. No, we have to make a specific confession in line with what the Bible says about salvation and about Jesus, that He is Lord and Savior. We would not be in unity with what the Bible said to confess, if we declared something else. And until we are not in line with and speak exactly what the Bible says about salvation, we cannot be born again. In the same way, if we don't align ourselves with what the Bible says about our justification, healing, children, education, job, marriage, and finances, our words will come against the words of God Himself. God says that Jesus paid for all those things, He gave them all freely to us, and swears with blood to do them for us, but we say: “No, it doesn't apply to me. Let me give you the whole list why I am disqualified.” And we begin looking for our sins and confessing. Revelation 12:10-11 says the following: Revelation 12:10–11 (NKJV) 10 Then I heard a loud voice saying in heaven, “Now salvation, and strength, and the kingdom of our God, and the power of His Christ have come, for the accuser of our brethren, who accused them before our God day and night, has been cast down.”11 And they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony, and they didn't love their lives to the death.  Whose report are we going to come in unity with? With the devil's accusations or with the blood of the Lamb? Are we coming in the throne room saying that we don't deserve anything, that God should not do anything with us and for us, like the devil says? Or are we going to say what the blood of the Lamb says about us? We are the ones having the decisive vote when we come into the throne room. The manifestation of salvation in all areas of our lives (physical healing, peace, finances) depends on what voice we align ourselves with, both during the Lord's Supper and during our daily lives.   What Does It Mean to Drink Your Own Judgment?Coming back to our initial passage from 1 Corinthians 11, verse 29 says that if we don't evaluate ourselves  correctly by placing the judgment on Jesus Christ, we drink that judgment against ourselves or we drink our own condemnation. What does it mean to drink judgment to ourselves? It means we don't appropriate the resulting benefits of Jesus' sacrifice, in this case, healing and strength for ourselves, by judging incorrectly the Lord's death. As a result, we drink the judgment that should have been placed on Jesus and continue to be sick and weak like everybody else is, and even die before our time. This is not because God causes those things to happen to us, but because the world we live in is in a default state of sickness, death, and decay. If we don't proclaim and believe in our salvation and immunity provided by the Lord's death and resurrection, we remain vulnerable to the same things that the rest of the world is vulnerable to. Sickness and early death are not punishments from God for taking the Lord's Supper without confessing our sins, but simply the natural consequences of standing on our own performance instead of Jesus', in a sick and fallen world. In the Greek language, prepositions like ”FOR” and ”BUT” can also be translated as ”IN,” ”THROUGH,” ”BY,” and  ”BECAUSE.” Verses 31 and 32 can be paraphrased in the following way: 31 For if we would judge ourselves (that is, discern and evaluate ourselves correctly in the light of the Lord's judgment, as already being righteous, healed and free of sin), then we would not be judged (that is, we would not become vulnerable to sickness and death while on earth, as the world experiences by default).32 Because when we are judged (that is, evaluated correctly as already judged in Christ for our sins), through that we are chastened by the Lord (that is, we are instructed, trained, disciplined – we form a healthy habit of going back to the judgment of the cross in our place), that we may not be condemned with the world (that is, not being under the same perils as the world). The Lord's Supper is a celebration of life and a healthy discipline instituted by the Lord to help us always remember that our judgment was put on Christ. This discipline in itself causes faith to rise in our hearts and causes the renewal of our minds, resulting in us being healthier and more victorious. If we became sick because we didn't take the Lord's Supper in the worthy manner that I already explained, this is not a punishment from God, and we still have access to healing and health, by just proclaiming with faith what we have in Christ, that by His stripes we were healed (1 Peter 2:24). Taking the Lord's Supper when we are sick is a great way to exercise our faith for healing. It's saying: “I don't identify with these symptoms. I identify with Jesus, Who carried my infirmities and Who was wounded, so that I might be healed.”  How to Pray Before the Lord's Supper?In closing, I would like to provide here a practical illustration of how we should approach the Lord's Supper and of how to celebrate it in an worthy manner. When we, as believers in Christ, want to partake of the Lord's Supper either at church with other believers or at home, while holding the bread in our hand, we should pray this way: “Dear Lord Jesus, I come to You, and remember all that You have done for me on the cross. Thank You for loving me so much, and for giving up heaven for me. Thank You for allowing Your body to be broken so that mine might be whole. As I partake of this bread, I receive Your resurrection life, health, and strength. By the stripes that fell on Your back, my body is healed from the crown of my head to the very soles of my feet. Every cell, every organ, every function of my body is healed, restored, and renewed. By Your grace, I shall be completely strong and healthy all the days of my life. No sickness can remain in my body because the same power that raised You from the grave flows through me. In Jesus' name, I believe and I receive all these things.” Then, we can eat of the bread. Next, we take the cup in our hand and say: “Lord Jesus, thank You also for Your precious blood. Your sin-free, curse-free, disease-free, and poverty-free life is in Your blood. And Your shed blood has removed every sin from my life. Through Your blood, I am forgiven of all my sins—past, present and future—and made completely righteous. Today, I celebrate and partake of the inheritance of the righteous, which is preservation, healing, wholeness and provision. Thank You Lord Jesus, for loving me. Amen.” Then, we can drink of the cup. 

Sepulveda Blvd
Our Texas Citizen Inauguration

Sepulveda Blvd

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 38:42


In this episode, Jessica, Iliana, and Sophia are joined by two special guest, Vianney and Ferg. Vianney is vacationing in Texas for the week and shares her surprise trip out here, along with her thoughts of moving here. With a group of Californian's, Ferg educates them on Texas history and Texas culture. Enjoy the crack head hours of the night with this group of 5 delusional adults.

Bethel Bible | Downtown Campus
August 8, 2021 - Eric Barton - Luke 4:14-30 "Inauguration"

Bethel Bible | Downtown Campus

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2021 38:23


August 8, 2021 - Eric Barton - Luke 4:14-30 "Inauguration" by Bethel Downtown

Hold Up A Minute Podcast
(Navigaytion #2) Getting Rid Of Our Beds, Cursed Stories, and the Inauguration

Hold Up A Minute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 61:49


Email: Navigaytion.pod@gmail.com Song: Deep Blue by Miracle of Sound Bandcamp: https://miracleofsound.bandcamp.com/track/deep-blue Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dUHp7N8BVyo 

3News Now with Stephanie Haney
Ohio's COVID state of emergency order lifts Friday, debunking claim of second inauguration for Trump

3News Now with Stephanie Haney

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2021 12:36


June 17, 2021: Governor Mike DeWine will lift Ohio's state of emergency order on Friday, meet the fourth VaxAMillion winners, our VERIFY team debunks claims of a second inauguration for former President Donald Trump, the Tribe adds more players to the injured list, Cleveland Browns coach Kevin Stefanski confirms at least 51 players are vaccinated against COVID, and more on 3News Now with Stephanie Haney. Need a break from bad news? Watch It's All Good (News!) with Stephanie Haney, every Wednesday: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6OVzbXhmWLE Like this show? Check out the 3 Things to Know with Stephanie Haney podcast: http://wkyc.com/3thingstoknow Connect with Stephanie here: http://twitter.com/_StephanieHaney http://instagram.com/_StephanieHaney http://facebook.com/thestephaniehaney Read more here: Fauci: US to spend $3.2B for antiviral pills for COVID-19 https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/antiviral-pills-for-covid-19/507-d0b39c11-e248-4e8a-9b5b-22e40c734cc8 Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine to lift COVID state of emergency Friday: 'It's time for that to end as well' https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/ohio-covid-19-state-of-emergency-governor-mike-dewine/95-c3a9147c-f1ba-4d54-8530-9e582b366290 Case Western Reserve professor Ayesha Bell Hardaway forced to resign from Cleveland's Consent Decree Monitor team https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/cleveland/cleveland-police-monitoring-team-deputy-monitor-ayesha-bell-harden-forced-resign-after-making/95-9ff2ba9f-53a5-47c9-9049-e72689a77c75 No, there isn't going to be a 'second inauguration' for Donald Trump this summer and you can't buy tickets https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/verify/government-verify/no-second-inauguration-or-tickets-for-donald-trump/536-d0ea7de5-b38b-48bf-b912-21cea31c362b Former President Donald Trump to host rally in Wellington on June 26 https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/lorain-county/former-president-donald-trump-coming-to-cleveland-june-26/95-a0880524-f42b-43be-9377-b5cbb81ac218 Ohio's fair season to include new ride safety standards with implementation of 'Tyler's Law' https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/ohio/ohio-highlights-changes-amusement-park-ride-safety-with-implementation-of-tylers-law/95-ccf58796-9f74-4bd0-9267-3d573032307b The latest on the number of COVID-19 cases in Ohio https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/coronavirus-ohio-updates/95-e2faeb56-d02a-443a-bcdb-141f2c7fafe8 https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/timeline-of-coronavirus-cases-ohio/95-c97c228d-c6c7-4949-b12b-4324d7ed8bb5 Ohio's fourth Vax-a-Million winners speak out: Suzanne Ward and Sean Horning https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/vaccine/fourth-vax-a-million-winners-suzanne-ward-sean-horning-ohio-covid-vaccine-lottery/95-cadef4b0-1f1e-4fa3-bdac-cf4183667777 Cleveland Indians place C Austin Hedges on injured list with concussion https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/mlb/indians/indians-place-austin-hedges-il/95-670e7767-49b1-4c11-a578-292f64382274 Kevin Stefanski confirms more than 51 Cleveland Browns have received COVID-19 vaccine https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/nfl/browns/browns-covid-19-vaccine-stefanski/95-02a5465c-ef29-4829-8996-f17d79206e61 Adoption fees at the Cleveland city kennel are reduced this weekend https://www.wkyc.com/article/life/pets/adoption-fees-at-cleveland-city-kennel-reduced-this-weekend/95-773ccdf6-cd62-4d51-8262-1ec0290c6600

All In with Chris Hayes
Embattled Trump CFO now tied to inauguration scandal

All In with Chris Hayes

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2021 44:34


Tonight: The mother of a fallen police officer pleads with Republicans, and Mitch McConnell begs senators to kill the January 6th commission as a "personal favor.” Then, new reporting on a new scandal for Donald Trump's money man. Plus, Labor Secretary Marty Walsh on what today's jobless numbers mean for Biden's big jobs agenda. And the climate nightmare in Alaska where one oil company is now chilling the warming ground so they can suck more oil out of it. Guests: Sen. Amy Klobuchar, Olivia Beavers, Donna Edwards, David Corn, Sec. Marty Walsh

The New Abnormal
Donald Trump Jr.’s Inauguration ‘Fuckery’

The New Abnormal

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2021 49:29


There are dozens of legal cases against the Trumps, but perhaps the most fascinating is one in the District of Columbia that has attracted little public attention according to Mother Jones’ D.C. bureau chief, David Corn, who joins the latest New Abnormal to break down an under-the-radar Trump legal case and what’s in store for Rudy Giuliani. Plus, the road ahead for voting rights with LaTosha Brown, co-founder of Black Voters Matter and Southern Black Girls and Women’s Consortium.If you haven't heard, every single week The New Abnormal does a special bonus episode for Beast Inside, the Daily Beast’s membership program. where Sometimes we interview Senators like Cory Booker or the folks who explain our world in media like Jim Acosta or Soledad O’Brien. Sometimes we just have fun and talk to our favorite comedians and actors like Busy Phillips or Billy Eichner and sometimes its just discussing the fuckery. You can get all of our episodes in your favorite podcast app of choice by becoming a Beast Inside member where you’ll support The Beast’s fearless journalism. Plus! You’ll also get full access to podcasts and articles. To become a member head to newabnormal.thedailybeast.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Politicology
The Inauguration—The Weekly Roundup

Politicology

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2021 83:20


This episode was recorded when Ron Steslow was host of The Lincoln Project Podcast (www.lincolnproject.us). He is no longer affiliated with the organization. This feed is now the home of Politicology. Mike Madrid (@madrid_mike), Susan Del Percio (@DelPercioS), and Lucy Caldwell (@lucymcaldwell) join host Ron Steslow (@RonSteslow) to discuss the inauguration, Joe Biden's inaugural address, Amanda Gorman's poem, “The Hill We Climb,” and some of the actions the Biden Administration took in their first few hours in office.