It's Time to Come Inside with sister Diana Pulliam Join Johnny Baptist while he discusses the empirical events across the world leading up to World War III, the trickery and deceit of the New World Order, and the bizarre weirdness of the fallen angelic UFO phenomenon as we plunge head first into the forthcoming apocalypse and the Seven Seals of Revelation (chapter 6). Join us tonight for an encouraging word from the Lord given to sister Diana Pulliam entitled "It's Time to Come Inside". Praise God!! Not a moment too soon for me. Glory to Jesus - See you there! To sign up for radio show Email Notifications click Mail Link: http://gem.godaddy.com/signups/185380/join
Today on Bold Steps, Pastor Mark Jobe is going to be turning to Luke chapter 23 to show us seven phrases or words that Jesus uttered from the cross. This message is part of our special Easter series … where we’re looking at the various aspects of Jesus’ ministry on the Earth. It's titled, The Seven Phrases of Jesus … See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
BIO:Clark Kellogg played college basketball at Ohio State and in the NBA for the Indiana Pacers. He has been a college basketball analyst for CBS since the 1993-1994 season. He has a wife and three grown children. You can follow him on Twitter @ClarkKelloggCBS.TOPICS:The story behind the viral dance video The NCAA Tournament is back after losing it last year Living a life of gratitude His approach as multiple tournament games are on Intriguing stories heading into the Sweet 16 Understanding the unpredictability of the tournament, and being okay with a busted bracket Embracing truth in our walk with Jesus See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Talking about Jesus to those we come in contact with is one thing, but it's not always our words that will lead them to a saving knowledge of Jesus. That is why it is of the upmost importance that we live our lives in such a manner that people can see the difference that Christ makes in our own lives. We are the only Jesus some people will ever see and if we're misrepresenting our Lord in the way we live, we could be a stone of stumbling for someone who may be considering giving their life to Christ.T.S. Eliot said, “The greatest proof of Christianity for others is not how far a man can logically analyze his reasons for believing, but how far in practice he will stake his life on his belief.”Our faith needs to be seen, not only by other people but first and foremost by God. In the Book of Luke, Jesus asked this question, "when the Son of Man comes, will he find faith on the earth?” Luke 18:8 This tells us that Jesus is looking for faith, He wants to see our faith. This reminds us of what James wrote “Show me your faith without your works, and I will show you my faith by my works.” James 2:18 Listen in with us as Pastor Art addresses the question, "Can Jesus See My Faith?"Support the show (https://www.yourconnectionchurch.org/donate)
Bryce Johnson and producer Henry Bieniemy unpack March Madness, and what to expect in this long-awaited tournament. They also discuss "bracket integrity" in UNPACK this... and share their opinions in I'm Convinced. TOPICS:I'm Convinced: Bryce Johnson: Excited for Appalachian State's NCAA Tournament appearance Daylight Savings Time is the worst, especially for parentsHenry BieniemyHartford will lose to Baylor by at least 20 points March Madness is here, and Bryce is fired up! Gonzaga – Will this be the year? Favorite Cinderella stories, buzzer beaters, and upsets from past seasons The First Four – blow it off? Not this year Rick Pitino takes Iona to the NCAA Tournament – his fifth team to make the dance Expect veteran teams and coaches when we get to the Final Four The UNPACKIN' it Bracket Challenge NFL News Drew Brees retires Aaron Jones signs with Green Bay Unpack This! Filling out multiple brackets – integrity with brackets, and integrity with our relationship with Jesus See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today we begin a journey along the old Roman postal route in Asia minor and we will be visiting the seven churches of Revelation in the seven cities in which they existed. Today we will be looking at the church at Ephesus. What does Jesus see in that church that he needs to see in us?
And Pharaoh said unto Joseph, See, I have set thee over all the land of Egypt. And Pharaoh took off his ring from his hand, and put it upon Joseph's hand, and arrayed him in vestures of fine linen, and put a gold chain about his neck; And he made him to ride in the second chariot which he had; and they cried before him, Bow the knee: and he made him ruler over all the land of Egypt. (Genesis 41:41-43) I look back there, see Joseph, when he was born of his father by—and loved of him, rejected of his brethren. And his father give him a coat with many colors. Seven colors is a—only seven colors, original colors. And this coat went over his little body, just exactly like the rainbow was given over Jesus after His death, burial, and resurrection. When John saw Him He had a rainbow around Him to look upon as jasper and sardius stone, and that was the stones of Ephraim, and or the—of Benjamin and Reuben. And—and how that the—the first and the last… The rainbow around Him, which meant a covenant, the covenant of the Blood, Jesus got—Jesus gave to the Church as a covenant. And the rainbow is always the sign of the covenant. 21 And Joseph then, when he went to see his brothers he was rejected and supposingly to have been killed. Now, that’s what the Jews did when he came to own, his own received him not. They didn’t like him, why? Because he was a seer, because he was a prophet, because he was more spiritual than the rest of them. And they was going to kill him, and one of them called out and said, “Don’t kill him, he’s our brother.” But they threw him in a ditch. And then they took him… He was taken up out of the ditch, and was taken to the greatest city in the world at that time in Egypt, and become the right hand man to Pharaoh. Just as Jesus was rejected of his brothers, killed and put into the ditch, raised up again, and now setting at the right hand of the greatest city in all eternity, heaven. 22 And no man could come to Pharaoh, only through Joseph. And no man could come to God, only through Jesus (See?), just perfect. And another thing you notice I… we just got to hurry, but placing the background here. But notice in his temptation when he was in the—when he was in prison, through the great gift that he had, there was two men. And one of them was a butler, and the other one the butcher, or the baker. And one of them was lost, and the other one was saved. Is that right? And look at Jesus on the cross. There was two come to Him, and one was lost, and the other one saved, on the cross, just perfect. And then I noticed another thing that when Joseph was rejected of his own people, he was given a bride from the Gentiles. Is that right? Pharaoh give him a bride. Well, it’s just the same thing… that Jesus being rejected by the Jews comes to the Gentile church and picks out a Bride. And we are Mrs. Jesus this afternoon. That’s right. Amen. I like that. Sure. 53-1115a - "Speak To The Rock" Rev. William Marrion Branham ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Order your own copy of the Family Altar at http://store.bibleway.org ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Appreciate what we do? Consider supporting us: https://anchor.fm/ten-thousand-worlds/support --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ten-thousand-worlds/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ten-thousand-worlds/support
Ted and Ernie record what may be their last episode of The Great Reset podcast, as they plan for the finale on January 15th. When Ted asks Ernie about working together afterwards on Something Different, Ernie expresses concern over what he perceived as Ted's dismissiveness of his feelings. This was aggravated (if not caused) by Ted not responding to a heartfelt email Ernie has shared over Christmas; which they just discovered Ted had not even seen!In the end, Ernie shared his perspective on what he felt it would look like for Ted to love him more like Jesus: See him as he is, including his pain and sin Identity with him, especially his sin Invite him to come the cross to overcome that sin Ernie acknowledged that this was a lot to ask, but Ted agreed that this was what he had sign-up for with Jesus.Will this be enough to carry them beyond the end of The Great Reset? Watch this podcast feed for updates!ReferencesAutomated Transcript
How’s your vision? We all want to see and respond to the immense needs of our cultural moment. But our sight can be blurred by busyness or brokenness. Join us this weekend as Jeff shares Jesus’ simple yet powerful approach to living and loving differently, with eyes wide open. Speaker: Jeff Jones, Senior Pastor
Preaching for the Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, timone davis offers a reflection on living and loving a "Life According to Jesus": "See, to truly love God is to love self. The love for self manifests itself in how we treat others. My love for Gaud causes me, calls me, to see my goodness and worthiness... and I can't help but share that with others -- evangelization" After working for the Archdiocese of Chicago as the coordinator of ReCiL – Reclaiming Christ in Life Young Adult Ministry, timone davis* launched PEACE centered WHOLENESS with her husband, Orlando, where they are blending clinical counseling and spiritual companioning. In addition to running a business, timone is an assistant professor in the Institute of Pastoral Studies at Loyola University Chicago. In her spare time, she serves as the treasurer of the Black Catholic Theological Symposium. *dr. timone davis uses lower case letters in the spelling of her name to indicate her willingness to embody the creedal assertion in John 3:30 in her everyday living. Visit www.catholicwomenpreach.org/preaching/06282020 to learn more about timone, to read here preaching text, and for weekly preaching from Catholic women.
Scandalous Youtubers, being red-pilled, Machinima, collectivism, the main character of Arby 'n' the Chief, my graphic death as a senior, good writers can write crap, seal clubbing, Arby 'n' the Chief on Netflix, Jesus' Youtube channel, alien names, bro-ing out, Gervais hosting the Golden Globes, thoughts on the Oklahoma city bombing, incriminating streams, Odie and the Chief and more on the See Me After Class Podcast with Jon Graham. Website: http://www.imaginativelogo.com/ Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/joncjg-420-69 Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/jcjgraham Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/jcjgraham Paypal: paypal.me/jcjgraham Donate: https://streamlabs.com/joncjgvideo Twitter: https://twitter.com/jcjgraham Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/joncjg/
Mon. April 13th-Hour 2. Fr. Edward Looney about if Jesus appeared to his Mother at the Resurrection. How to handle grief during this time with Roxann Storms. Sr. Bridget Haase on St. Catherine of Siena and the power of intercessory prayer. Homily Highlights–Bishop Thomas Tobin, Fr. Rocky, Fr. Esequiel Sanchez, Bishop Frank Caggiano. Glen’s Story […] All show notes at How to Handle Grief, Did Jesus see Mary at Resurrection, Intercessory Prayer and St. Catherine of Siena, Homily Highlights - This podcast produced by Relevant Radio
BIO:Joining us this week is former NFL linebacker, Corey Miller. He played his college football at South Carolina and was drafted in the 6th round in 1991 by the New York Giants. Corey spent eight seasons with them and then one season with the Minnesota Vikings. He is currently a speaker, evangelist, and broadcaster who goes by the nickname “The Pastor of Pain,” and his son, Christian, is a rookie for the Carolina Panthers.TOPICS:Patriots and 49ers winning with defensePanthers 2019 outlookHis son, Christian Miller, playing for the Panthers The story behind his nickname, "The Pastor of Pain"Overcoming great challenges in his lifeGiants 4 ChristImportance of men and leadershipSurrendering to Jesus See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.