Lynn Sterling and I danced together in Bermuda for Greg Thompson Productions. I was a Bluebell before Bermuda and Lynn was a Bluebell in Jubilee in Las Vegas after Bermuda. After her dance career, Lynn went on to new adventures including performing in the Star Trek Experience in Vegas Check out the Patreon www.patreon.com/bluebellsforeverpod Follow us on Instagram and Facebook to see photos and updates www.instagram.com/bluebells_forever/ www.facebook.com/Bluebells-Forever-100660515010096
Michelle Zauner is the lead singer and creative force behind the indie, dream pop band, Japanese Breakfast. This year Zauner released a series of career-defining projects that propelled her band to widespread critical acclaim including her New York Times best-selling memoir, Crying In H Mart, and Japanese Breakfast's third and most ambitious album, Jubilee. On today's episode Broken Record producer Leah Rose talks to Michelle Zauner about her triumphant year, and exactly how big she wants her band to become. Zauner also talks about casting The Sopranos star Micheal Imperioli in her video for “Savage Good Boy,” and why she ended up going a little too far in the video's neck-biting scene. Subscribe to Broken Record's YouTube channel to hear all of our interviews: https://www.youtube.com/brokenrecordpodcast and follow us on Twitter @BrokenRecord You can also check out past episodes here: https://brokenrecordpodcast.com Check out our favorite Japanese Breakfast songs HERE. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
In our seventh episode in the book of Exodus, we chat about Ex. 15:22-17:7, a section of the book featuring a recurring theme: the disobedience and complaints of Israel prior to a battle, a meal, and the arrival at Mt. Sinai (chs. 17-19). Today's conversation: Remembering the exodus event Three days into the wilderness—what happens? The theme of water in the book, carried into 15:22-25 Forgetfulness of Yahweh's Lordship 12 springs of water & 70 palm trees—potentially symbolic in addition to being historical The difference between a test & a temptation The grumbling of the people & the provision of the manna + quail How no collection on the 7th day points to the rest for the land & the Year of Jubilee in Lev. 25 How it may be difficult for us today to trust in the Lord for provision & feel dependence on Him daily How observing the Sabbath helps us grow in an identity rooted not in our performance but rather in the One who rested on the 7th day Israel begins to test Yahweh—a reversal 1 Cor. 10—Christ as the Rock here in Ex. 17 Grace in Ex. 17 * NOTE: While we would typically be releasing an interview this upcoming Thursday, it will be Thanksgiving! So, the interview scheduled for this week will release next Thursday. Have a great holiday! Helpful Resources on Exodus: Exodus commentary by Douglas Stuart (intermediate/advanced) Exodus For You commentary by Tim Chester (devotional/introductory) Exodus commentary by Peter Enns (intermediate) The God Who Makes Himself Known: The Missionary Heart of the Book of Exodus (W. Ross Blackburn) — see episode #70 for our interview w/ Dr. Blackburn! Radically Normal YouTube // IG: @radicallynormalpod // Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pastor Christian shared message 4 of 4 in a new series entitled “All In”. We are in Matthew 9 focusing on verses 35-38. The message is titled "Prepare the Way" and helps us understand our role of preparing the way for the work that Jesus wants to do in the lives of people.
This week's episode of the Mother Earth Podcast features our first visual artist on the podcast, Madeleine Jubilee Saito. Madeleine addresses the climate crisis through poetry comics, an artform that combines drawings with words. Madeleine's poetry comics on the climate crisis take us out of the language of science and into the language of feelings and emotion. In our conversation, we discuss the role of feelings, emotion and human connectivity in solving this crisis. Madeleine's art conveys a critical message: we are all inextricably linked; we cannot see ourselves separate from each other or from nature and we must cultivate solidarity and come together as one in order to solve the climate crisis. Madeleine says that “the idea that we are somehow separate from nature is an illusion. I draw to celebrate the beauty of the natural world, trees, forests, and hills and to convey the reality that nature is not something that is other to us.” Madeleine's work is featured in the anthology All We Can Save: Truth, Courage and Solutions for the Climate Crisis. She is also the creative director and operations lead at The All We Can Save Project. Madeleine is involved with the Sunrise Movement hub in Boston and has also worked with the national team as a designer. In our conversation, Madeleine and I discuss the role of art in social movements and the how art can help us express our feelings and emotions in this time of a climate crisis. Madeleine leaves us off with a compelling reading of her own work, 30 days of comics / 2019: on climate crisis. Join us for this first of its kind interview on The Mother Earth Podcast. Learn more about Madeleine and our other guests on our website. For People and Planet, thank you for listening. -Matt
Rev. Luke Zimmerman, pastor at Calvary Evangelical Lutheran Church in Mechanicsburg, PA, joins host Rev. Timothy Appel to study Ezekiel 40:28-49. Ezekiel's vision of the new temple continues into the inner court of the temple. The measurements are again given in precise detail; the repeated use of the numbers 25, 50, and 100 may be a reference to the freedom from slavery given in year of Jubilee. The entrances from the outer court to the inner court are a reminder that the LORD must be the One to provide the way to come near to His holiness; His grace is seen in the fact that He does precisely that through His Son Jesus Christ. “The Faithful Watchman” is a mini-series on Sharper Iron that goes through the book of Ezekiel. Just when Ezekiel should have begun his service as priest in the temple in Jerusalem, the LORD called him to be a prophet in exile in Babylon. Through fantastic visions and attention-grabbing action prophecies, the prophet Ezekiel is a faithful watchman who proclaims the word of the LORD to bring people to repentance over their sins and to faith in the coming Savior, Jesus Christ, the glory of the LORD made flesh.
We have seen a lot of crazy things happen since launching this podcast in the ancient year of 2017 but nothing could prepare us for the RETURN of X-MEN TAS in the form of X-MEN 97! This momentous announcement required a collection of X-Men TAS Podcast SUPERFANS to help to even begin to comprehend what this all means! Join Willie, Sonia, Cedric, Brian, Ben and Adam as we discussed...Our jaw-dropping reaction to the news that a new X-Men TAS show is happening!How we dreamed up what possibly could happen story-wise in season 6!How Marvel might try to connect the X-Men TAS Universe to the MCU!Balancing our excitement with potential dread of how the show might stumble!An emergency podcast was required and luckily a collection of heroes answered the call to boldly look to a future horizon filled with X-Men goodness! Eternal thanks to them! If you missed out on this session and want to be involved in the future, worry not because we plan to do similar gatherings going forward! The X-Men TAS Podcast just opened a SECRET reddit group, join by clicking here! We also on Twitch sometimes… click here to go to our page and follow and subscribe so you can join in on all the mysterious fun to be had! Also, make sure to subscribe to our podcast via Buzzsprout, iTunes or Stitcher and tell all your friends about it! Last but not least, follow Willie Simpson on Twitter and please join our Facebook Group!
Study Guide Rosh Hashanah 34 Today’s daf is sponsored by Rochelle Cheifetz in loving memory of her father Shragai Cohen, Shraga Feivel ben Avraham Ben-Zion Halevi, on the occasion of his 19th yartzeit. “He would be both bemused and proud that his daughter is learning daf. You are terribly missed,” and also on the occasion of her maternal grandparents, Rav Moshe Mashbaum, Rav Moshe ben Rabbi Yehuda Leib, whose yartzeit is on the 4th of Kislev, and Tzippora Mashbaum, Chaya Tzipora bat Rabbi Yaakov Moshe, whose yartzeit is on the 23rd of Kislev. According to one opinion, the verses of blowing the shofar on Yom Kippur of the Jubilee year teach us about why we blow a tekia before and after a tru'a. According to another opinion, it is derived from the verses about the trumpets in Bamidbar. Why does each one not hold by the other? From where is it derived that we blow three sets of tekia/tru'a/tekia blasts? Is it all from the Torah or are one or two of them rabbinic? The basis for our custom today of blow 30 blasts with different combinations of tekia/tru'a/shevarim/tekia is brought in the name of Rabbi Avahu as something he instituted in his community to consider all sorts of possibilities of what a tru'a is meant to be. Do the blasts need to be heard one after the other or can there be a break between them? Can one hear them all at the exact same time (meaning from 9 different people blowing simultaneously)? Does one have to hear them all from the same person? Are the shofar blasts and the blessings (malchuyot, zichronot and shofarot) all necessary - can one fill some without the others? Is there a difference in this issue between fast days and Rosh Hashanah? Does shofar have to be sounded with each of the blessings or can they be sounded separately? Is it the same for the community and for an individual? The Gemara establishes that hearing the shofar is more important than saying the blessings. There is a debate in the Mishna between Rabban Gamliel and the rabbis regarding individual prayer - is it necessary or can the chazan pray on behalf of the community? Each questions the others' opinion - if it is not necessary, then why do individuals pray and if it is not, why does the chazan repeat the amida prayer? Some held that the rabbis agreed in the end with Rabban Gamliel that individuals do not need to pray if the chazan prays for them. But others disagree.
Have you ever studied the Year of Jubilee (Lev. 25), or have ever hear of it? In today's episode, Houston and Phillip Tomlin study the Year of Jubilee and discuss the spiritual significance of it under the New Testament. Visit our website: https://scatteredabroad.org and remember to subscribe to our email list. "Like" and "Share" our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/sapodcastnetwork Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the_scattered_abroad_network/ Subscribe to our Youtube channel: The Scattered Abroad Network Contact us through email at: the email@example.com. If you would like to consider supporting us in anyway, please reach out to us through this email. Don't forget about our sponsorship/giveaway for the month. Head on over to our joint podcast (Scattered Abroad) and find out what you need to do in order to win.
Some encouragement for those at the end of their rope stuck between a rock and a hard place... Blog: https://hisgirlfryday.com/2021/11/09/miracle-in-the-making-the-jubilee-journey-part-6/ YouTube: https://youtu.be/MrjTfMCD7kE
The Spooktacular Express may have come and gone for the year, but we've found another train to talk about. This week, the F-Train is hitting the station to hear our pitches for a new Disney Ploose series. Turns out the Marvel Execs forgot to plan anything for the launch of Phase 5 and they need us to write their next smash hit. Are Dazzler and Jubilee really different people? Kyle will answer your question while Andrew reminds us of the importance of blue body paint. Also, Matt talks about dinosaurs under the Museum of Natural History. Hey, you guys remember We're Back? Oh, and Kevin Feige is here with us this week. Do you like it when we talk about comics? Do you like it when we say comic words into your lil ears? Would you like more content that includes us saying comic words into your lil ears? If you begrudgingly answered yes to any of those questions, check out our sister show, The Ploose is Loose where ever you get your podcasts! Have you seen our Twitter? twitter.com/debatethiscast Have you seen our Intagram? instagram.com/debatethiscast Have you seen our Patreon? patreon.com/debatethiscast Properties we talked about this week: X-Men, Dazzler, Mystique, Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, Marvel Comics Music for Debate This is provided by composer Ozzed under a creative commons license. Check out more of their 8-bit bops at www.ozzed.net!
Study Guide Rosh Hashanah 26 Pictures Today’s daf is sponsored by Becki Goldstein to celebrate her granddaughter Sarai’s eight birthday and the anniversary of her parents Kobi and Rotem. “Born at week 25 at 890 grams Parshat Chaye Sara, rabbanim suggested to name her Sarai, a stronger name than Sara. So began weeks of tfilot across the globe for a refua shlaima while Sarai tested our emunah and won our hearts. I know that her guardian angel has always been Sara Imenu”. Mazal tov! This week's learning is sponsored by Terri Krivosha for a refuah shleima for Elisheva bat Ora. If someone was witness to an event, can he be a judge in that case? It appears from the Mishna that one can. But how does this fit in with the opinion of Rabbi Akiva who holds that one cannot? Perhaps there is a distinction between murder cases (which is where Rabbi Akiva stated his opinion) and the sanctification of the new moon. Tana Kama holds that a horn of a cow cannot be used as a shofar but all other animals’ horns can be used. He says it is because a horn of a cow is called a keren and not a shofar Rabbi Yossi disagrees, based on the verse "When the keren of the ram will sound" where shofar is also called a keren. His proof seems strong - if so, how would the sages respond to his claim? The gemara brings a possible explanation. Ulla and Abaye each bring an additional reason to explain the opinion of the Tana Kama, beyond what is already written in the Mishna. Ulla explains it is because of the sin of the golden calf, we do not want to use a shofar from the cow family so as not to have the “prosecutor become the advocate.” The Gemara brings a series of difficulties on Ulla and answers them. Why did Abaye and Ulla bring an explanation to the sages when their reason was already mentioned in the Gemara? Where does the Gemara explain to us that when it is written in the word hayovel, from the verse mentioned in the Mishna, it means ‘a ram.’ From there, they digress from the subject and talk about many words that they did not know what they meant and they explained from where they learned the definition. The Mishnah brings two different opinions regarding the type of shofar (from an ibex and straight or from a ram and bent) that should be used for Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur of the Jubilee year and for fast days. In the Temple on those days they also blew from trumpets. What was more central – shofar or trumpets? Levy brings an opinion that is slightly different from the two opinions in the Mishnah.
David Stubbs and Taylor Parkes join Al Needham for further larks and japery in a classic slice of Jubilee-era Pops. The Barron Knights advance the theory that Irish people are stupid and homosexuals are amusing. Freddie Mercury pretends to be a bottle of Irish liqueur and encourages middle-class kids to rummage through their Dad's golf bag. Legs and Co play Sexy Lady Croquet. And Status Quo get in Alan Partridge's Wife on the bass… Video Playlist | Subscribe | Facebook | Twitter | The Chart Music Wiki | Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Have you ever felt like the “Bad Guy” in your homeschool? It's a common feeling, unfortunately. Mindy and Rachel bemoan this and share some remedies and prevention tactics. As usual, we start with our Homeschooling Moments of the Week (two really special ones!), give you ways to Make It Personal (yeah, homework), and end with some encouragements or hacks (a great product and an easy hack this week!). Enjoy Season 2 Episode 14! 1:45 Homeschooling Moments of the Week: Mindy's (Jubilee to first class setting) 2:50 HSMotW: Rachel's (Moonlight Sonata recognition!) 4:36 Topic Talk: Being the Bad Guy 11:44 How Do I Get My Child to Actually Do This? S1E7 16:40 Smile to Frown idea from Mindy 21:32 Two Types of Field Trips S2E11 21:3 Doing Something Hilarious S2E8 21:39 Embracing Our Kids for Who They Are S2E5 23:35 Make It Personal: Near Bookends 25:51 Make It Personal : Far Bookends 26:50 Take This With You: Mindy (homeschooling parent bestie product: Smart Warm Coaster) 27:32 Meredith Monday-Schwartz Remote Schooling S1E27 27:37 Currently Reading Podcast 29:00 Take This With You: Rachel (cup assignment idea) Bookend Homeschoolers on Instagram Mindy at gratefulforgrace Rachel at colemountainhomeschool Our Zazzle store!
Greetings Trashings, we may have a best-of episode on our hands! Sara checks in with Molly about her chronic cough that is confirmed not-Covid and they realize it's spirit trying to communicate with her from behind the veil. Also, her new baby puppy is finally allowed outside and is attracting Beatles-level attention, including a gaggle of French women interested in being Molly's fiancé's side-chicks, and Molly finally gets the attention from strangers in the streets of London, that she's been missing. Skinny teenagers are littering her TickTock though, and Sara takes a stand.8:30 Molly left her gig at US weekly as the Royal's Correspondent so that we can trash talk the monarchy properly, starting with... 10:05 Queen Elizabeth is hospitalized and walking with a cane. Will she live to see the Jubilee in June? Why did Phillip's death get so much fanfare? Is he Cryogenically frozen, and what did he mean by “the WILL is sealed” -- A potential conspiracy theory emerges... How did Elizabeth and Philip feel about each other? Madly in love or actually, related? ...Or both? How about Camilla and Charles —- Will she be Queen if Elizabeth expires? Is Charles on Viagra? Will Lil Bit Diana ever get a picture with her namesake IRL, or will we see their zoom screenshots in the history books forevermore? Last but not least -- the “rainbow bridge” -- Is this phrase used for the passing of people or… just dogs…?s/o to Charli & Dixie D'Amilio -- best ring light in the game rn. 31:17 In more out of season housewives news: Yolanda Hadid and Zayn Malik are beefing hard-core. The girls investigate the charts of these two nemesis only to find that their charts are almost perfect mirrors. Is Yolanda in fact a Dutch slut? Did Gigi just end up marrying her mother? What does the future hold for this Karmic dysfunctional family? Who is Gigi's Kanye?1:03:31 Intro to Carole Radziwill 1:08:00 Carole's week ahead in astrology & best moments during her housewives tenure. We STAN!!! She's one of us!! 1:31:00 Molly reads the final piece of "fan" mail (lol) that she received upon announcing her departure from US Weekly. Also enjoy a of tease next weeks episode where we were deep dive Mark Zuckerberg's vision for cyber living via Facebook META with Rusty Foster. Molly stumbles into an extraordinary beauty hack. All this and more! Subscribe & leave a review! Join us at the Moonual 11/4 for our virtual Scorpio comedy new moon ritual! Free! Sign up here: https://www.simpletix.com/e/scorpio-new-moon-ritual-tickets-80881Buy space trash merch: https://www.etsy.com/shop/SPACETRASHpodcastFollow Sara on IG: https://www.instagram.com/saraarmour/Follow Molly on IG: https://www.instagram.com/mollymulshine/Happy Halloweekend & See you Monday!!
It's the official monthly countdown this week on The Gospel Jubilee as Chip and Denny countdown the top 10 most popular Southern Gospel songs for the month of October according to Singing News Magazine.Listen to the Gospel Jubilee on your Echo device by saying, Alexa, play the Gospel Jubilee on Apple podcast.Or go to: https://api.spreaker.com/v2/episodes/47215420/download.mp3The Gospel Jubilee with Chip and Denny is proud to announce that their program can now be heard on Ocean Waves Radio ... every Wednesday at 12 noon Eastern time.Go to: www.OceanWavesRadio.comYou can also catch The Gospel Jubilee Thursday afternoons at 4:00 PM and Sunday mornings at 9:30 AM EST on Southern Branch Bluegrass RadioGo to www.sbbradio.orgYou can also catch The Gospel Jubilee Saturday evenings at 7:00 and Wednesday afternoons at 4:00 CST on Radio For Life.Go to: www.RadioForLife.orgDon't miss a single minute of the next edition of the Gospel Jubilee.Playlist: Artists | Song Title | Album01. Zane & Donna King - Everyday battles - "Everyday Battles - Single"02. The Mylon Hayes Family - When that seeing man saw - "Home"03. The Browders - Healed by the stripes - "Authintic"04. The Gaither Vocal Band - The way (New Horizon) - "That's Gospel, Brother"05. The Hoskins Family - The sound of His voice - "Places To Go, People To see"06. The Mark Trammell Quartet - Treasures in heaven "Full Sail"-07. Wilburn & Wilburn - Raised on red - "Raised On Red"08. The Nelons - Grace ain't fair - "Peace At Last"09. The Vaughn Family I've never been this homesick before - "Closer"10. The Troy Burns Family - He has overcome "He Has Overcome - EP"-11. The Taylors - I choose joy - "Salvation's Song"12. Greater Vision - Start with well done - "The Journey"13. The Tony Brothers - Stand by me "Blessed"-14. Jeff Bumgardner - Empty chair - "Empty Chair - Single"15. 11th Hour - Whosoever will may come - "Anthem Of The Ages"16. The Crabb Family - My King is known by love - "The Crabb Family 2020"17. Tribute Quartet - Must I go (and empty handed) "Quartet Tribute - Volume 2"-18. The Rambos - One more valley "Rambo McGuire - Rambo classics"-19. Joseph Habedank - Religion isn't working - "Change Is Coming"20. Paid In Full - When my Master walks with me (featuring Jake Hess) - "30th Anniversary - Special Edition"21. The Hoppers - Can you see the clock - "Can You See The Clock - Single"22. The Whisnants - King Jesus is coming - "Life Worth Living"23. The Guardians - You're home to stay (where we ever shall be) - "It's Still Good News"Send your request to:firstname.lastname@example.org
Pastor Sam and Mark consider the words of the Messiah, 700+ years before he came to earth. He proclaims the salvation of the Lord and an eternal year of Jubilee! What will the heavenly kingdom be like? Join us for the prophetic description.
Terra Scott and I are side by side splitting center for the photo shoot by the Eiffel Tower for the Bluebells Global Reunion. It was wonderful to hear the great stories from the beauty to my right in the photo shoot. Terra was in Jubilee in Las Vegas after she danced with Disney and Cruise Ships. Check out the Patreon www.patreon.com/bluebellsforeverpod Follow us on Instagram and Facebook to see photos and updates www.instagram.com/bluebells_forever/ www.facebook.com/Bluebells-Forever-100660515010096
Hello and welcome to TM pod SEASON TWO Episode 51 with my guest, the prolific, punk rock, political graphic art legend John Yates. John and I met in San Francisco in the late 80's when we both worked for Jello Biafra at Alternative Tentacles. We've been in touch off and on ever since and I've never stopped admiring his artistic output over the decades. We talk about our time together in that very vital era of SF music before and after the dawn of the 90's. Working at the label gave us access to almost any show or concert around the bay and we were at the right age to take full advantage of that fact, going out every night. The conversation starts well before those days in a rainy coastal village in Cornwall, England. John tells us about his punk rock journey from seeing The Sex Pistols on the telly getting arrested on the Thames during the Queen's Jubilee to his moving to SF to work for Jello. He tells a hilarious story of his mom's question after he told her he had made up his mind to move to the states; "You're going to move to America to work for Jello Biafra? ...are you sure it's real?" It was real and England's loss has been our gain ever since. Enjoy my conversation with John Yates. Music: NoMeansNo 'Rags and Bones' Concrete Sox: 'Scientific Slaughter' TM pod theme by Jason John's site: Stealworks John's IG: HERE TraegerMethod Patreon Venmo: @Jason-Traeger-1 Jason's art: TraegerMethod.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jason-traeger/support
In this week's episode of the Walk Humbly Podcast: Over the weekend Bishop Burbidge participated in a listening session with high schoolers from throughout the diocese as part of the Synod. All are invited to Solemn Vespers at 4PM Sunday, Nov. 21, to launch the diocesan Jubilee, marking the 50-year anniversary of the Diocese of Arlington in 2024. Bishop Burbidge asks listeners to pray the “Memorare for the Health of the Commonwealth” leading up to the Nov. 2 election. Why Bishop Burbidge celebrates the Mass for All Souls Day at a cemetery One final reminder for the upcoming Diocesan Pilgrimage Bishop Burbidge answers these questions from the listeners: How do you prepare for a homily, and is it different than preparing a standard speech or lecture? How is enrollment at our Catholic schools?
New reports are coming in that Prince Andrew will NOT be at the jubilee celebration for the queen as he continues to be dogged by allegations against him. To contact me:email@example.comSource:https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10134175/Prince-Andrew-PULLED-years-Platinum-Jubilee-events.html
Wednesday, 27 October 2021 And when this sound occurred, the multitude came together, and were confused, because everyone heard them speak in his own language. Acts 2:6 The previous verses noted the sound of the rushing wind and the speaking in tongues. They also noted that there were Jews “from every nation under heaven.” The verse now begins with, “And when this sound occurred.” It is referring to the events just mentioned, probably beginning with the rushing wind followed by the speaking in tongues, and certainly with a stress on the tongues. This is because the word translated as “sound” is different than that of verse 2:2. There, it was the word échos. (ay'-khos) That refers to a loud or confused sound (the mighty, rushing wind). Here, the word is phóné (fo-nay'). This refers to a sound which is inclusive of a voice, language, or dialect (the utterances of the disciples). With that occurring, it says, “the multitude.” That is a direct reference to those of the previous verse just mentioned, “Jews, devout men, from every nation under heaven.” It is the pilgrims of the pilgrim feast. The law mandated that they come, and these men (certainly with their families as the law directed) in obedience to the law, had presented themselves in the temple area. In this place, they were drawn to the spot where the disciples had gathered to find out what was going on. It is there and while listening to the sound, that it says they “were confused.” The word in Greek is a compound verb coming from sun (together) and cheó (to pour). If one takes two liquids and pours them together, they intermingle, and their properties become confused. This is the thought of those who heard. They were unable to properly process what was going on “because everyone heard them speak.” The verb is imperfect, saying “because everyone was hearing.” They heard and they kept on hearing. It is an important part of what is being conveyed. To simply say, “they heard,” is not as uncommon as we might initially think, as will be explained in a minute. However, these people heard, and what they heard continued on, as Luke says, “in his own language.” It is the same word first used in Acts 1:19 – “And it became known to all those dwelling in Jerusalem; so that field is called in their own language, Akel Dama, that is, Field of Blood.)” Translating this as “language” is incorrect. In verses 2:8-11, it will mention some of the various tongues that are heard. Understanding their origin, Vincent's Word Studies notes, “The Phrygians and Pamphylians, for instance, both spoke Greek, but in different idioms; the Parthians, Medes, and Elamites all spoke Persian, but in different provincial forms.” Hence, these are not only unique languages, but dialects (tongues is acceptable) within various languages are noted. The point is that what is heard is completely understandable to those who heard. The next verse will explain the confusion, noting that those who are speaking are Galileans. As such, even if they spoke the language, they would certainly not be proficient in the pronunciation nor in the dialect. What is happening may not have been confusing if they heard someone call out an expression in his own language, or even his own dialect. This happens all the time. Someone knows a word or two of Spanish, Malay, German, or Japanese, and they call it out to a person of that nation. This might be the case if someone visited a Japanese restaurant and he said to the owners as he walked in, 私は日本食が大好きです。最も良い！(Watashi wa nipponshoku ga daisukidesu. Mottomo yoi!). This might be impressive to some extent, but such a simple phrase can be learned quickly enough. However, if the person said it in a perfect local dialect, and the owners happened to be from that area, they may be a bit surprised. If the person continued to speak in this dialect, a state of confusion would come upon the owners. “This guy has blond hair and round eyes (nice hazel round eyes!) and he not only speaks Japanese, but he speaks it perfectly in our own dialect – 本当にすごいです(Hontōni sugoidesu!) Remember, what is happening here is occurring at the same time of year that the law was received by the people at Mount Sinai. The difference is quite striking. The law was received from the Lord in a state of fear, quaking, trembling, and with a voice that brought terror upon the people. It was the Lord speaking to Israel in their own language. But more, it was only spoken to Israel. At Pentecost, the sound is familiar, and it is at a time of rejoicing (Deuteronomy 12:12). In fact, no one who was in mourning could participate in this event (Deuteronomy 26:14). And further, it came not only in the language of the people, but in the language of all people “from every nation under heaven” (Acts 2:5). Though these are Jews, they are Jews who came from those other nations, implying that the word is not only intended for these Jews, but for all people. But more, what is heard is from the Lord through His people. In this, the contrast to the law is complete. The law is of fear. The giving of the Spirit is of friendliness. The law calls for works. The Spirit comes through faith. The law brings condemnation. The work of Christ brings salvation. These, and innumerable other contrasts, are seen in the law versus the gospel of grace. Life application: There is a Jewish teaching that the Law of Moses, given at Mount Sinai, went out to all the world in the seventy known languages of the people recorded in Genesis 10. This is certainly a false teaching that began after the events at Pentecost. This is found in a midrash, or Jewish commentary on Scripture, that was supposedly recorded by Rabbi Yohannan (30BC to AD90). If Yohannan actually said this, he certainly realized the significance of what occurred at Pentecost and made that story up in order to demonstrate that what occurred at Pentecost was not without precedent and was not something special or unique to faith in Christ Jesus. There is nothing in Scripture to justify this false teaching, and if it were so, the Bible would have recorded it. It is just as possible that this is credited to Yohannan because he lived during the time that the events occurred, and it is a way of robbing the truth of the Pentecost experience recorded in Scripture away from its actual source. One must be exceedingly careful when referring to Jewish commentaries. If what they state or claim is not in accord with Scripture, it is best to disregard it. There has been an agenda in Judaism to obscure the truth of Christ for two thousand years. Likewise, it is unsound to take Jewish cultural events, such as how their wedding marriages are conducted, and to insert that into one's New Testament theology. This is a giant problem that often confuses the truth of what is being conveyed by Jesus and the apostles, and it leads to many incorrect doctrines concerning events that have, or that will, occur. This is especially true with modern Messianic and Hebrew Roots evaluations of things like the Leviticus 23 Feasts of the Lord, the Shemitah, the Sabbath and Jubilee cycles, and so on. These extra-biblical insertions do not help us evaluate those things. Rather, they misdirect our eyes away from what God intends for us to see, meaning Jesus Christ. The Bible stands alone as the testament to what God is doing in Christ. If any extrabiblical teaching does not sync with what is stated in Scripture, toss it. Just because someone is Jewish and appears well-versed in the language and culture of the Jews, it does not mean he is a specialist on the Bible. It is a huge problem within the modern church, and it should not become a part of our personal theology. Stick with the Bible! Lord God, Your word is sufficient for our knowledge, doctrine, and practice concerning our faith. May we be careful to not trust people with fine sounding arguments that do not align with Your word, even if they claim it is something that reveals secrets about You. That is what Your word is for. May we let this sink into our minds. Amen.
What is a "Jubilee?" It's one of those church words that crept out into the language ... barely. Is it a good thing? We're looking at the Book of Leviticus, hoping that we can find wisdom there will help us navigate our confusing times. Is the Jubilee an example of Iron-Age wisdom? Pastor Luke looks at Leviticus 25:1-13 in "The Old Normal," part 2 of his 5-part series, "Iron-Age Wisdom."
Have you wondered if there's any meaning behind this whole season of Covid that we've been enduring? Do you wonder about the state of the church at large and how we will "return to normal?" Listen in to see how Israel's lack of observance of the Year of Jubilee relates to our current condition in the body of Christ.
Kenna Turner West, recording artist, multi-Dove Award-winning songwriter, and five-time Songwriter of the Year, will be the featured artists this week on The Gospel Jubilee.Listen to the Gospel Jubilee on your Echo device by saying, Alexa, play the Gospel Jubilee on Apple podcast.Or go to: https://api.spreaker.com/v2/episodes/47103586/download.mp3ABOUT KENNA TURNER WESTKenna Turner West has co-written hit songs such as “Say Amen,” “Revival,” “Small Town Someone,” and “Even Me.”Her many successes have come as no surprise to her friends in the music industry; some might even say that it “runs in the family.Kenna's father is bass singer Ken Turner, who sang for many years with the legendary Blackwood Brothers Quartet. Her mother-in-law is country music icon Dottie West, who was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2018.With roots that are firmly planted in gospel music, Kenna's career began in 1983 as a vocalist. In time, however, God began to open a new facet of ministry for the singer.“I had been writing songs for years,” she recalls, “but it was more like journaling with rhyme. Yet there was a season of time around 1997 or 1998, when we were losing my grandmother to dementia and my mom was diagnosed with a tumor near her brain, that I began to see life intersecting with Scripture.The verses that God was using to bring me peace and comfort suddenly began to take on a melody, and I'd write it down. Then one night at church, a friend encouraged me to record some of the songs, so I did; then another friend who worked for a record company gave the songs to the publisher at thelabel, and within a week, the trajectory of my life had completely changed.”Kenna got her first cut shortly thereafter (“A Taste of Grace”), followed by her first radio single (“We're Not Gonna Bow”), which reached #1 on the national charts as well as earning the new songwriter her first of eleven Dove Award nominations.Twenty years later, Kenna has penned over a thousand songs and has garnered over 100 “Song of the Year” nominations, along with 25 “Song of the Year” winsand 8 BMI Awards. As a staff writer for Curb|Word Music Publishing in Nashville, her songs have appeared on GRAMMY® Award-winning projects by both JasonCrabb and Hillary Scott (of Lady A), as well as eight GRAMMY® nominated recordings.You can also find her work on projects by artists such as The Martins, The Isaacs, Michael English, The Crabb Family, Finding Favour, Charles Billingsley, Take 6, The Oak Ridge Boys, The Booth Brothers, Wes Hampton and AdamCrabb of the Gaither Vocal Band, Triumphant Quartet, Travis Cottrell, Jimmy Fortune (of The Statler Brothers), The Collingsworth Family, Brian Free & Assurance,Marty Raybon (of Shenandoah), Joseph Habedank, Karen Peck & New River, Jeff & Sheri Easter, The Nelons, Selah, The Blackwood Brothers, Mac Powell (of ThirdDay), and many more.Additionally, Kenna has created six musicals for the church, including Word Music's best-selling “We Are Witnesses,” along with the Dove Award-nominated projects, “Love Won” and “Christmas Is in The Heart.”In 2020, Kenna signed as an artist with Crossroads Music Group and released her long-awaited project, “A Reason for Hope,” in the summer of 2021.“I am so excited about this new chapter of life,” she shares. “It is as if everything that the Lord has allowed me to do for Him over the last 38 years has ledto this moment.”Kenna's career in gospel music has indeed come full circle. The author and board-certified Biblical counselor—who is currently pursuing a master's degreein theology—continues to blend music, devotional teaching, and humor into a ministry that reaches across the nation and around the world with the goodnews of the Gospel. Whether she is writing songs on Music Row or ministering alongside noted Christian leaders at venues ranging from The Pentagon to NASCARchapels to the local church, Kenna's life has a singular call: to creatively communicate the Living Hope found in Jesus Christ.“It's all I have wanted to do since I became a Believer,” she confesses, “and I feel so incredibly blessed that God is still allowing me to do just that.”For more information about Kenna's music and ministry, or to book her for an event, contact her office at firstname.lastname@example.orgYou can now catch The Gospel Jubilee Thursday afternoons at 4:00 PM and Sunday mornings at 9:30 AM EST on Southern Branch Bluegrass RadioGo to www.sbbradio.orgYou can also catch The Gospel Jubilee Saturday evenings at 7:00 and Wednesday afternoons at 4:00 CST on Radio For Life.Go to: www.RadioForLife.orgPlaylist: Artists | Song Title | Album01. Greater Vision - Never will I ever again - “As We Speak”02. Ernie Haase & Signature Sound - Make us one - “Keeping On”03. Barry Rowland & Deliverance - The Ark - “It Is Time”04. Kenna Turner West - Doubt the storm - "A Reason For Hope"05. Kenna Turner West - Calling all prodigals - "A Reason For Hope"06. The Chuck Wagon Gang - Love is the key - “Radio Days”07. The Bledsoes - I'm glad I'm saved - “Trusting”08. The Vaughn Family - All over again - “Closer”09. The Carr Family - Peace that covers all the pain - “For All He's Done”-10. Three Days Journey - Every knee shall bow - "Every Knee Shall Bow - Single"11. The Mark Trammell Quartet - The hem of His garment - "God Has Provided"12. Kenna Turner West - The center of it all - "A Reason For Hope"13. Kenna Turner West - We march on - "A Reason For Hope"14. Kenna Turner West A reason for hope - "A Reason For Hope"15. The Clark Family - I don't want to go back - “Satisfied”16. The Kingsmen - Called out - “Kingsmen Across America”17. The Goodman Revival - I don't want to get adjusted - “Songs In The Key Of Happy”18. Brian Free & Assurance - What the cross really is - “Looks Like Jesus EP”19. The Bowling Family - I know enough - “Safe…After The Storm”-20. The Old Paths - The fire still burns - “Decade”21. The Torchmen Quartet - Reach out to Jesus - “Hymns - Least We Forget”-22. The Williamsons - Jesus, what a wonderful name - “Give Them Jesus”23. The Taylors - The same - “Salvation's Song”24. Southern Raised - Wanna be - “Another World”Send your request to:email@example.com
Link to The Ten Words PDF The Letter Zayin has so much to do with Remember and Seven, Robby takes us on a Biblical tour before diving into verse 49, first Jubilee - and the freedom associated with that Psalms 119: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Adding from the profane to the holy - specifically in the realm of time. Specifically, adding to the sabbatical year on both sides, before and after. A biblical verses teaches to cease plowing in advance, and refrain from harvesting afterwards, according to R. Akiva. [What's What: Apparent biblical repetition teaching new details] In this case, Rabbi Akiva and Rabbi Yishmael learn different halakhic details from the same verse. R. Yishmael learns the "extending the holy time into the profane" from the fast of Yom Kippur, which begins a little earlier than the absolute start-time of Yom Kippur. And which is derived from a biblical verse. Also, on the Jubilee year - when slaves go free, and the shofar is sounded... How much is in the hands of the court? Is the shofar what is required? What does this liberty mean? The sages take different approaches, but the real issue is about biblical interpretation, and less because of an underlying difference of approach with regard to the Jubilee itself. Also, the question of what happens in the Diaspora depending on the Jubilee in the Land of Israel.
On the third episode of Season 2 of The FADER Uncovered, host Mark Ronson is joined by Japanese Breakfast aka musician and author Michelle Zauner. Together they revisit Zauner's 2018 FADER cover, written shortly after the release of Japanese Breakfast's second album Soft Sounds from Another Planet. Since then the band has released new album Jubilee while Zauner published her memoir, New York Times best-seller Crying In H Mart, written about losing her mother and establishing her own identity. Zauner guides new fan Ronson through her career to date, from her early forays into music through to the viral New Yorker essay that led to her book, and onto her most recent project; scoring indie video game Sable. They also spend time discussing their shared love of Japanese city pop and coming to terms with your artistic voice. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hey hey! Are you ready to deconstruct the showgirl some more? In these special episodes, we have talked about how there are no more showgirl shows with Alison Kravenko in ep 056, physical requirements and expectations with Brenda Barrett in episode 60, and Art vs. selling out with Andrew Branche in ep 062.Today, we continue the deconstruction of the Showgirl and dive into my favorite subject, costumes! And of course, I couldn't have found a better guest than the master of Showgirl costume design, Pete Menefee! Emmy award winning designer, Pete Menefee, started his career in entertainment as a dancer. After 12 years of using his body as his medium, he transitioned in the role of sketch artist and then costume designer. He has worked on the Showgirl spectaculars Donn Arden's Hello Hollywood, Hello and Jubilee! He has also spent many years working in Hollywood for some of the industry's biggest names, Anne Margaret, Shirley MacLaine and Juliet Prowse to name a few. He has also worked as a designer for the Radio City Rockettes and countless ice shows with his incredible talent. Pete and I deep dive about the Showgirl costumes he designed for Jubilee! talking about the materials choices, how many artisans worked on a single costume and how he feels about his costume designs being tampered with. He shares a special story at the end that I was privileged to hear in person this past summer when I met Pete for lunch with my friend Sheri Lewis, host of Bluebells Forever podcast, in his backyard oasis in the Hollywood Hills. Enjoy this episode about the incredible costumes that made the Showgirl even more dazzling to watch!Let's keep the conversation going! Join the conversation on the show notes page and share what you enjoyed about this episode. I look forward to connecting with you!
Fields of Grace, a mixed Gospel trio, 2012 - present, Candler, N.C., will be the featured artists this week on The Gospel Jubilee.Listen to the Gospel Jubilee on your Echo device by saying, Alexa, play the Gospel Jubilee on Apple podcast.Or go to: https://api.spreaker.com/v2/episodes/46999346/download.mp3“Fields of Grace began singing gospel music together in 2012 at their home church, Maple Ridge Baptist Church, located in Candler, North Carolina.Members include Elise Ingle, with husband and wife, Nathaniel and Leslie Smith.They are dear friends who enjoy spending hours together in preparation and travel. They provide an inspirational service presenting the gospel message in song.Their music includes smooth Southern Gospel Music, Bluegrass Gospel Music, and Traditional Christian Music, all with the goal of uplifting their savior and encouraging His Church.You can now catch The Gospel Jubilee Thursday afternoons at 4:00 PM and Sunday mornings at 9:30 AM EST on Southern Branch Bluegrass RadioGo to www.sbbradio.orgYou can also catch The Gospel Jubilee Saturday evenings at 7:00 and Wednesday afternoons at 4:00 CST on Radio For Life.Go to: www.RadioForLife.orgPlaylist: Artists | Song Title | Album01. The Troy Burns Family - I'm working on a building - "Grace For These Times"02. The Mark Trammell Quartet - Good enough for me - "God Have Provided"03. The Wisecarvers - Jesus to me - "Silhouette"04. Fields of Grace - used to be - "Rise Up"05. Fields of Grace - He let me rise up - "Rise Up"06. Jim & Melissa Brady - I have an anchor - "The Collection - Volume 1"07. The Cathedrals - I've just started living - "Live Coast To Coast"08. The Hinsons - Take it to Jesus - "(Original) - Bubblin'" 09. The Booth Brothers, Gene McDonald, and Nick Bruno - Dear Jesus, abide with me - "Quartet Style"10. The Taylors - Worship You again - "Hope & Healing"11. The Vaughn Family - How marvelous - "Closer"12. Fields of Grace - He won't just get you by, He'll see you through - "Rise Up"13. Fields of Grace - God's gonna do what He said He would do - "Rise Up"-14. Fields of Grace - God's perfect time - "Rise Up"15. The Bowling Family - One glorious moment of faith - "Moments Like These" 16. The Hoppers - God already knew - "The Ride"17. Johnson Edition - The center of me - "Testimony"18. Brian Free & Assurance - Unashamed "Unashamed"-19. The Tony Brothers - Thanks for loving me - "Blessed"20. Wilburn & Wilburn - It's what He's done - "Shoulders" 21. Fields of Grace - The well - "Rise Up"Send your request to:email@example.com
ICYMI: On Mobile Mornings yesterday Dan Brennan and Dalton Orwig talked to Casey Williams, director of the Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce, about Jubilee Festival of Arts. The event is this weekend October 16 & 17 10a-5p at W.O. Lott Park, Olde Towne Daphne. To hear the details listen here:
Welcome back to another season of Weird Mom. It's the 6th season and final season of 2021. On this, the season premier, I talk about a video from one of my favorite YouTube channels: Jubilee. The video is part of one of their most popular series, Middle Ground, and it brings together strict parents and free range parents to see if if there is, indeed, some middle ground between the two. I also share my take on what was said and if you're curious about the video yourself, here is the link: https://youtu.be/_uSJDq7VPrwReferences in episodeJubilee's Website: https://www.jubileemedia.com/Aba and Preach's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/iProjectAtlas--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Weird Mom Website: https://weirdmompodcast.com/ Weird Mom Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/weirdmompod/ Weird Mom Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WeirdMomPodcast/Weird Mom TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@weirdmompod
This episode is beginning of a series where Nate and Daniel are reflecting on the recent popular podcast called "The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill" by Christianity Today. The podcast follows the story of a pastor named Mark Driscoll and is a cautionary tale about church growth and how celebrity effects people in power. In order for this episode to be more meaningful, we recommend first listening to "The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill" episode 1. Nate and Daniel reflect on questions like:-How does the mission of Mars Hill and several other mega churches match up to the true Gospel? What would Jesus think of that vision?-What made this vision stick and resonate? What within people drew them to that message?-The line, "...but, look at the fruit," comes up often in this story to justify the way people were treated, the way the church was run, and what Mark Driscoll was able to say from the stage; Is the fruit they speak of really fruit? What were they winning people to?...And much, much more.Credit to "The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill" by Christianity Today for the content of this episode's discussion. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/jubileefreedomshalom)
Nate and Daniel are back with Season 2 of the podcast after taking a summer break. In this episode, they spend time reflecting on what they've learned in the past couple months, what they're watching and listening to, and what they're excited to discuss on the show. Welcome back to Season 2 of the Jubilee, Freedom, and Shalom podcast!Instagram:@jubileefreedomshalomYouTube:Jubilee, Freedom & ShalomSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/jubileefreedomshalom)
The Mishnaic imperative of dating bills of divorce according to the years of the local reigning government is no longer necessary - why not? • How can the 3 years of Orlah be as short as 2 years and 44 days? • What is the crown worn by an Eved Ivri, Jewish slave, between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur of the Jubilee year?
Wanda Duncan: Digital Nomad in AlbaniaWanda Duncan is the Founder of the Black Women Digital Nomad Entrepreneurs Facebook group and Host of the Black Women Travel Podcast. She's been a digital nomad since 2016 and has lived in several countries across Europe and Asia. She was first inspired to travel internationally after watching The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and hasn't looked back. Hear how to prepare for a new city as a digital nomad, adjust once you get there, and what she loves about the food and walkability of Albania.The International Black Women's Jubilee is coming back this year!! It all takes place December 4th – December 5th, 2021. Learn more by visiting their website.Listen to the Black Women Travel PodcastSubscribe to Black Women Travel on YouTubeFollow Black Women Travel on Instagram Follow IBWJ on Instagram Join Black Women Digital Nomad Entrepreneurs Need help getting your life in alignment? Get Wanda's free Alignment Starter Guide. Listen to Chrishan Wright on the Black Women Travel PodcastLooking for VPNs, banking, travel, and health insurance for your move abroad? Well have no fear, we've got you. Get your Move Abroad Starter Kit today at www.blaxitglobal.com/resources.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/blaxitglobal)
In August 1942 the Allies launched a daring raid across the Channel to capture the port town of Dieppe and hold it for 24 hours. It ended in disaster and death with nearly two-thirds of the attackers killed, wounded or captured. In the aftermath, commanders were quick to try and justify the carnage claiming that the raid was necessary to learn lessons in advance of future large scale amphibious operations in Europe and to show the Soviets that the Western Allies were serious about opening a second front. But, as you'll hear in this podcast, this was a calamity that was all too predictable. Dan is joined by Patrick Bishop, author of Operation Jubilee - Dieppe, 1942: The Folly and the Sacrifice, to explore what went wrong during the ill-fated mission, whether any lessons were learned and the hard truth about the myths that surround Operation Jubilee. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.