It's all weaving together, friends! Details popping up here, mentions over there, death everywhere!!! X-Men Red is the star of the week with some deep philosophy over what it means to die in the age of resurrection and how might that influence different characters' decisions. Down in the Pit, Sabretooth and his reluctant crew are taking the next steps in the whisper campaign. Back on Krakoa, CHAOS!?! Cerebrax reaches a new height in power as Quentin tries to save the day. Mixed feelings! We've got some high level talk on The X-Cellent and Wolverine: Patch, as well as a LARP-ing good time with the Generation X team for Jubilee's birthday. We talk X-Men Red #4, Sabretooth #4, X-Force #29, The X-Cellent #4, Patch: Wolverine #3 and Infinity Comics Thanks for listening to our seventeeth episode of Season 4! The Destiny of X is here and we're not sure which way things are going... Like, subscribe, follow, email, and @ us all over the internet at thexwifepodcast. If you enjoyed the episode, leave us a review on Apple Podcasts and tell your friends!
Jubilee Underwood was an engaged Mom enjoying her kids athletic activities and life in the MatSu Valley, one of the most conservative, family friendly spots in the Great Land. She hadn't been involved in any political or public speaking engagements to speak of.And then Covid hit.As the mask mandates got more and more severe, requiring school athletes to wear them even during games, she had had enough.During her first moment testifying in front of the MatSu School Board, she was visibly shaking. But, she was compelled to give a voice to the countless parents and students who were negatively impacted and concerned about how the mandates had shackled and confounded their lives.After the initial feeling of uncomfortableness, Jubilee decided, with some encouragement from others, that it was time to step up more substantially. She is now serving a three (3) year term as a Member of the MatSu School Board.On today's episode of "I'm Glad You Said That" I have the privilege of conversing with Jubilee about the MatSu Board's recent vote protecting female athletes from having to compete against biological males, the first school board in Alaska to do so. We'll also touch base on her views regarding CRT, the LGBTQIA agenda and why it's so important for parents to stay engaged.Hope you can join us.Support the show
Today we welcome back Jubilee Saint John Hawley! (@mini.myth.astrology & @thesisterswyrd) We have an incredible convo all about her newest published anthology of astro poems titled, Stars and Seasons. We also dive into the creative process and how it relates to the 9 of Wands in the tarot! So much astro, tarot & creative goodness packed into this episode- enjoy!! To check out Jubilee's amazing pottery- click here!
A new MP3 sermon from Partick Free Church of Scotland (Cont) is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Jubilee Service Speaker: Rev William Macleod Broadcaster: Partick Free Church of Scotland (Cont) Event: Special Meeting Date: 6/25/2022 Bible: 1 Corinthians 3:6 Length: 58 min.
A new MP3 sermon from Partick Free Church of Scotland (Cont) is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Jubilee Service Speaker: Rev William Macleod Broadcaster: Partick Free Church of Scotland (Cont) Event: Special Meeting Date: 6/25/2022 Bible: 1 Corinthians 3:6 Length: 58 min.
This week, Ryan and Jasmine are joined by Cerebro host, Connor Goldsmith, as a guest host! Join them as they bring you all the latest in new books hitting shelves this week including our picks this week (05:40) including IRON MAN/HELLCAT ANNUAL #1, SHE-HULK #4, X-MEN RED #4 and more!Plus, we hand out the “Holy Beans and Weenies” Award (15:48) — our weekly award named after a phrase pulled directly from an issue in this week's pull list! Think you know which issue this name came from? Let us know by sending us an email at PullList@marvel.com or by tweeting at us using #MarvelsPullList! Just make sure to mark it “Okay to read”!And finally, for this week's reading club, author Steve Foxe joins us to talk about Generation X. What we're reading with Steve Foxe:Generation X #26-#27As always, shout out your local comic shop or send us your questions or comments by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet using #MarvelsPullList. Make sure to mark it "Okay to read!" Follow us at: @agentm, @jasmiest, and @KaraMcGuirk New comics this week (6/29)AVENGERS #57CAPTAIN AMERICA: SYMBOL OF TRUTH #2IRON CAT #1IRON MAN/HELLCAT ANNUAL #1MECH STRIKE: MONSTER HUNTERS #1SABRETOOTH #4SHE-HULK #4SPIDER-MAN 2099: EXODUS #3STAR WARS: DARTH VADER #24STAR WARS: DOCTOR APHRA #21STAR WARS: HAN SOLO & CHEWBACCA #3STAR WARS: OBI-WAN #2THOR: LIGHTNING AND LAMENT #1THE VARIANTS #1VENOM: LETHAL PROTECTOR #3WOLVERINE: PATCH #3X-CELLENT #4X-FORCE #29X-MEN RED #4 New Weekly Infinity Comics: X-MEN UNLIMITED INFINITY COMIC #41 (6/27/2022)LOVE UNLIMITED: MS. MARVEL & RED DAGGER INFINITY COMIC #4 (6/30/2022)ALLIGATOR LOKI INFINITY COMIC #9 (7/1/2022)
In this episode we will be discussing VeVe's new comic book series dropping Tuesday, June 28th. Should you HODL or Sell? We will provide the facts to help you make the best decision for your collection. If you enjoyed this video, please make sure to Like and Subscribe! We will be dropping HODL or Sell videos the day before each drop. As always, this video is made for entertainment purposes only and is never financial advice. Linktree Digital & Physical Comics: https://linktr.ee/comicsandcryptoDonation AddressesVEVE: @comicsandcryptoGEMS: e6085dd1-cc0e-45c7-b6c7-b02a566979bdETH: comicsandcrypto.ethWAX: comicscryptoYou can also follow us on Twitter and Instagram: @ComicsandCrypto Opening Music is by NineFingerInstagram: NineFinger999Score by OBAY KY The Avengers [ Nocopyright Music] - Avengers theme song | obay ky https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aAG08OE5Wak
Jubilee Jackson is an up and coming artist in Michigan. In this episode I talk with Jubilee about her rap career and where it is currently taking her. She also shares with us what it was like growing up in a very sheltered environment and how the transition to adulthood and being on her own affected her. The Video portion of this podcast can be watched on YouTube Watch & Subscribe On YouTube The audio portion of this episode can now be found on all your personal favorite podcast streaming service. Apple Podcast Spotify LinkTree A special thank you to Red Bike Delivery for sponsoring this episode! Red Bike Delivery Sponsorship #risingabovemedia #risingabovepodcast #artist #michiganartist #rapper #michiganrap #mucisian #sheltered #puremichigan #lansing
SCOTUS overturning Roe brings a beautiful Jubilee reset for our country and great hope going forward. We discuss which states laws make it illegal and what it was like to be on the steps of the Supreme Court the morning of the decision with Camille Pauley, President of Healing the Culture.
Leviticus 27 NLT read aloud by Simon MacFarlane. 1 The Lord said to Moses, 2 “Give the following instructions to the people of Israel. If anyone makes a special vow to dedicate someone to the Lord by paying the value of that person, 3 here is the scale of values to be used. A man between the ages of twenty and sixty is valued at fifty shekels of silver, as measured by the sanctuary shekel. 4 A woman of that age is valued at thirty shekels of silver. 5 A boy between the ages of five and twenty is valued at twenty shekels of silver; a girl of that age is valued at ten shekels of silver. 6 A boy between the ages of one month and five years is valued at five shekels of silver; a girl of that age is valued at three shekels of silver. 7 A man older than sixty is valued at fifteen shekels of silver; a woman of that age is valued at ten shekels of silver. 8 If you desire to make such a vow but cannot afford to pay the required amount, take the person to the priest. He will determine the amount for you to pay based on what you can afford. 9 “If your vow involves giving an animal that is acceptable as an offering to the Lord, any gift to the Lord will be considered holy. 10 You may not exchange or substitute it for another animal—neither a good animal for a bad one nor a bad animal for a good one. But if you do exchange one animal for another, then both the original animal and its substitute will be considered holy. 11 If your vow involves an unclean animal—one that is not acceptable as an offering to the Lord—then you must bring the animal to the priest. 12 He will assess its value, and his assessment will be final, whether high or low. 13 If you want to buy back the animal, you must pay the value set by the priest, plus 20 percent. 14 “If someone dedicates a house to the Lord, the priest will come to assess its value. The priest's assessment will be final, whether high or low. 15 If the person who dedicated the house wants to buy it back, he must pay the value set by the priest, plus 20 percent. Then the house will again be his. 16 “If someone dedicates to the Lord a piece of his family property, its value will be assessed according to the amount of seed required to plant it—fifty shekels of silver for a field planted with five bushels of barley seed. 17 If the field is dedicated to the Lord in the Year of Jubilee, then the entire assessment will apply. 18 But if the field is dedicated after the Year of Jubilee, the priest will assess the land's value in proportion to the number of years left until the next Year of Jubilee. Its assessed value is reduced each year. 19 If the person who dedicated the field wants to buy it back, he must pay the value set by the priest, plus 20 percent. Then the field will again be legally his. 20 But if he does not want to buy it back, and it is sold to someone else, the field can no longer be bought back. 21 When the field is released in the Year of Jubilee, it will be holy, a field specially set apart for the Lord. It will become the property of the priests. 22 “If someone dedicates to the Lord a field he has purchased but which is not part of his family property, 23 the priest will assess its value based on the number of years left until the next Year of Jubilee. On that day he must give the assessed value of the land as a sacred donation to the Lord.[...]
A number of homes have been destroyed in a huge fire in Gravesend. Flames swept through the properties in Jubilee Crescent on Sunday lunchtime. Our reporter Alex Langridge has been to the scene to see the devastation. Also in today's podcast, it's feared a business that burnt down on Whitstable Harbour could take two years to reopen. You might remember the blaze at the fish market and Crab & Winkle Restaurant about a month ago - now the owner has spoken to the podcast. A Kent GP has welcomed plans to try and reduce the backlog of people waiting for hospital treatment, by sending them for operations further from home. Anyone who's been waiting over two years for a procedure will be matched-up with hospitals out of their area. Hear the thoughts of Dr Jack Jacobs who works in Ham Street near Ashford. A family from Dover are hoping to raise £6,000 pounds for a new bespoke wheelchair for their son. 8-year-old Henry has Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy - a progressive condition which causes muscle weakness and degeneration. We've been speaking to his mum and the boss of a foundation that's offering to match donations. Hear about the Dover man who's become a record breaker. And, Kent's Emma Raducanu is in action at Wimbledon as the tournament gets under way at SW19.
Jessica, our intrepid traveling friend, is back with more stories from the road. Since we last talked to Jessica about her 18-month global trip, she has gone on a road trip to Charleston, Savannah and Ashville, then went on a trip abroad to Jordan, Scotland and ended in Londong for the Queen's Jubilee. We talk about lessons from group tours, exactly what canyoning is and navigating "work from anywhere" without an oven. Follow Jess on Instagram to keep up with her summer trip to the Rocky Mountains. Show Links Hiking tours in Jordan Canyoning in Jordan Heat Stroke treatment Platinum Jubilee Highlands Great British Bake-Off God Save the Queen Outlander
In a world of pain, polarization, and political struggles, a remnant waited for salvation. A promise had been given to restore, heal, and deliver, yet the poor, the captive, and the oppressed had been anticipating their day of freedom with no hope on the horizon. When suddenly royalty in swaddling cloths appeared and light shone upon the darkness and divide. A King had come, proclaiming a new way of Good News, freedom for prisoners, and Jubilee to all. And this King's proclamation still rings today, His prophetic movement is alive and well, and this Good News is for all people. Come join us as we start our new conversation in Luke, A King for All.
Leviticus 25 NLT read aloud by Simon MacFarlane. 1 While Moses was on Mount Sinai, the Lord said to him, 2 “Give the following instructions to the people of Israel. When you have entered the land I am giving you, the land itself must observe a Sabbath rest before the Lord every seventh year. 3 For six years you may plant your fields and prune your vineyards and harvest your crops, 4 but during the seventh year the land must have a Sabbath year of complete rest. It is the Lord's Sabbath. Do not plant your fields or prune your vineyards during that year. 5 And don't store away the crops that grow on their own or gather the grapes from your unpruned vines. The land must have a year of complete rest. 6 But you may eat whatever the land produces on its own during its Sabbath. This applies to you, your male and female servants, your hired workers, and the temporary residents who live with you. 7 Your livestock and the wild animals in your land will also be allowed to eat what the land produces. 8 “In addition, you must count off seven Sabbath years, seven sets of seven years, adding up to forty-nine years in all. 9 Then on the Day of Atonement in the fiftieth year, blow the ram's horn loud and long throughout the land. 10 Set this year apart as holy, a time to proclaim freedom throughout the land for all who live there. It will be a jubilee year for you, when each of you may return to the land that belonged to your ancestors and return to your own clan. 11 This fiftieth year will be a jubilee for you. During that year you must not plant your fields or store away any of the crops that grow on their own, and don't gather the grapes from your unpruned vines. 12 It will be a jubilee year for you, and you must keep it holy. But you may eat whatever the land produces on its own. 13 In the Year of Jubilee each of you may return to the land that belonged to your ancestors. 14 “When you make an agreement with your neighbor to buy or sell property, you must not take advantage of each other. 15 When you buy land from your neighbor, the price you pay must be based on the number of years since the last jubilee. The seller must set the price by taking into account the number of years remaining until the next Year of Jubilee. 16 The more years until the next jubilee, the higher the price; the fewer years, the lower the price. After all, the person selling the land is actually selling you a certain number of harvests. 17 Show your fear of God by not taking advantage of each other. I am the Lord your God. 18 “If you want to live securely in the land, follow my decrees and obey my regulations. 19 Then the land will yield large crops, and you will eat your fill and live securely in it. 20 But you might ask, ‘What will we eat during the seventh year, since we are not allowed to plant or harvest crops that year?' 21 Be assured that I will send my blessing for you in the sixth year, so the land will produce a crop large enough for three years. 22 When you plant your fields in the eighth year, you will still be eating from the large crop of the sixth year. In fact, you will still be eating from that large crop when the new crop is harvested in the ninth year. 23 “The land must never be sold on a permanent basis, for the land belongs to me. You are only foreigners and tenant farmers working for me.24 “With every purchase of land you must grant the seller the right to buy it back.
Happy Leon Day, Christmas Fanatics! That's right - we are officially halfway to Christmas 2022! Can you believe it? Where has the time gone? It's all down hill from here! So, buckle in, because time is only going to speed up from this point out! As a special treat to celebrate the occasion, join Julia, Thom, and Anthony as they break format a little bit and just talk in a free-for-all type of manner! What's discussed? Christmas content coming our way later this year - on the podcast schedule, and more broadly in terms of music and via services like Disney Plus! In addition, they discuss Queen Elizabeth II's Jubilee, Christmas shopping, recent pop culture news, and Thom even shares an embarrassing - albeit heartwarming - story about Anthony! If you like our weekly beginning-of-the-episode banter, this is one fun episode you want to be sure not to miss! So, settle back and enjoy, y'all! As always, thanks for your love and support, everyone!
Please subscribe! ToDiForDaily.com's Kinsey Schofield talks to author Gareth Russell about their shared Queen's Platinum Jubilee experience in London. The author of Do Let's Have Another Drink: The Dry Wit and Fizzy Life of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother (available November 2022 here - https://amzn.to/3niTC8i ) dishes on The Crown, Princess Diana's relationship with the Queen Mother, and a surprising revelation about Prince Charles! Visit ToDiForDaily.com for additional information. Kinsey Schofield is a Los Angeles-based royals expert, the host of the To Di For Daily podcast, and the author of R is for Revenge Dress. #princessdiana #london #royalfamily More: https://todifordaily.com/r-is-for-revenge-dress/ *PRE-ORDER TODAY on Amazon (https://amzn.to/3OiVJ8g) and Barnes and Noble. The To Di For Daily podcast cover art was designed by famed pop artist, Analy Diego. You can now listen to these interviews wherever you find your favorite podcasts and YouTube. Search To Di For Daily or Kinsey Schofield. Visit ToDiForDaily.com for more.
Comrades! it's our 300th episode! Can you imagine that! Of course, we still have news, a review of the Redefined Concert where Nutty O played with the big boys Jah Prayzah & Winky D, and new music, but the main thing is it's our 300th episode! Also, there's a conspiracy! But mainly… 300!!!Timestamps: 03:40 - Intro06:44 - Zimbabweans Doing It Big - Danai Mavunga, Chipo “Chichi” Sabeta12:30 - Zimbabwean Exemption Permit23:33 - Redefined Concert review - Jah Prayzah, Winky D, Nutty O65:11 - Dan & Phil take the rest of the show off. PATRONS!95:30 - Music review, Drake, Beyonce, and MORE120:40 - Favourite moments from the 300 episodesSubscribe and listen to 2 Broke Twimbos everywhere podcasts are available. We have a new unified link that will take you to the podcast on whatever your preferred app is, as well as all the other links you will need to support and enjoy the podcast:2BT LinkPlease rate and review, and support us on Patreon!
Я чайка, приём ? Сначала читай текст! Выхожу опять из тени! Принимала свою тень( которая любит русское творчество) Этот подкаст я сделала лично для себя и для моих любимых пьющих людей? Ну и когда,я подниму стопку, мне будет под какую музыку протрясти свою душу ! Не надо судить по набору треков, что со мной, не трать на это время, не придумывай, не догадаешься , просто сразу выкидывай все из головы (я просто люблю такое музло) и давай мощно проживём и пофлексим( не знаю подходит сюда это слово? пох) Если ты не фанат данного звучания попсы и рэпа, просто пропускай! Скучаю по русскому танцполу, по людям, хоть одновременно я ненавидела все это! Я Кайфую от этого подкаста, он для моей части скрытой души, которая любит водочку пить с локтя! И я его уже неделю слушано, пора и вам его услышать Респект всем? этим людям из сердечка 01. MACAN- Веселящий газ 02. T-Fest - Скандал (feat. Баста) 03. ГРОТ — Бесконечная (feat. Влади) 04. 10AGE - Нету интереса 05. N1NT3ND0- Мама-ама криминал 06. Kambulat -Привет 07. Apashe - No Twerk 08. Say Mo - Лям 09. PHARAOH- Дико например 10. Скриптонит - Темно 11. Скриптонит x Pharaoh - Твоя Сука 12. T-Fest Х Скриптонит - Ламбада 13. DJ Snake - You Know You Like It 14. Jubilee - Нареви Мне Реку (feat. Дима Гамбит) 15. Miyagi & Эндшпиль - DLBM ft. Nerak (BMW Perf.) 16. Big Baby Tape X kizaru - 99 Problems 17. Miyagi & Andy Panda - Не Жалея 18. Скриптонит, Райда - Baby mama 19. Элджей - Минимал 20. 10AGE — Пушка 21. BAZAR- Классическая музыка 22. Коста Лакоста - Белая Луна 23. Элджей, Feduk - Розовое Вино 24. BRANYA, MACAN - ПОПОЛАМ 25. ATL - На Щите 26. David Guetta MORTEN Lanie Gardner - Dreams 27. Locked Club - Doschitai 28. Miyagi & Эндшпиль (Andy Panda) - Косандра 29. БАСТА, ГРОТ - Вечное начало 30. 10AGE, Ramil- АУ Связь На днях будет музыка серьёзнее Птичка летит домой? Еще я поняла, что не умею и не буду делать обложки, просто фотка
So here is the monthly roundtable discussion with Ash and Greg from pursuit of the paranormal podcast. We are also joined by Dave Smethurst. This was a bit of a recent events catch up as I've been on holiday for a couple of weeks, great to be back at it! We talk about; - the Lue Elizondo IG complaint which is now available to the public for the first time - the recent NASA announcement about putting together a team to investigate UAP - various recent UFO videos such as the Apache DHS video, the Jubilee flyby video and the Niagara falls triangle clip - the Jeremy Corbell green triangles videos Hope you enjoy!
Welcome to You Haven't Blanked That! This week we watched Nobody. We talk about the Edgar Wright intro, it's always Russians, Obi-Wan, Star Wars: Fallen Order, Star Wars Christmas Special, the Break in, RZA, fight on the bus, John Wick, Werewolf of Snow Hollow, An auditor, Stranger Things 4, Marvel, Who would Corey Feldman play?, Breakfast Club, War of the Worlds, Fletch Too, Chip And Dale Rescue Rangers, Pick it up: Ska in the 90s, Jubilee, Top Secret!, Time Traveler's Wife, Norm MacDonald: Nothing Special, Lone Cub and Wolf, Housu?, Catwoman: Hunted Opening theme by the Assassins Closing theme by Lucas Perea Email: Yhblankthat@gmail.com Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/youhaventblankedthat/ Instagram: (@yhblankthat) https://www.amazon.com/You-Havent-Blanked-That/dp/B08JJS7RSK https://anchor.fm/blanked-that --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blanked-that/message
The nation came together over 4 days in June to mark the extraordinary milestone of HM The Queen's 70 year reign. One of the highlights of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations was the flypast over London of 70 aircraft from the Royal Navy, the Army and of course the Royal Air Force who flew 15 Typhoons in formation as the number '70'. Among them was Sqn Ldr Zane Sennett, who described to TLG in fascinating detail what it was like to fly in this mass formation, and how the whole operation was devised, planned, rehearsed and eventually executed with the eyes of the world, and of The Queen, upon them.
Three events in today's news from around the world remind me of what you and I need most in the troubled times in which we live. It's the subject of today's show where I talk about a relationship thread that connects all three of these stories: The horrific murder of 19 fourth graders in Uvalde, Texas Celebration of Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee in England Anniversary of the D-Day invasion of Normandy, France 78 years ago Keep listening because you'll hear where to find what you and I need most in today's world. What's true here in June 2022 as I record this will be true in 2052 and every year following. It's part of the human condition. The Uvalde, Texas shooting I'll start with an article Peggy Noonan wrote in the Wall Street Journal shortly after the shooting in Uvalde, Texas. It's a blistering piece of fire-breathing anger at the police on the scene who stood around for 45 minutes outside the school while the killer inside gunned down children in their classroom. The failure of the police to storm the building to take out the murderer is contemptible, says Noonan. Young children were calling 911 from their cell phones while the police did nothing. They called for help but none came. One of the things I appreciate about Peggy Noonan is her ability to look at events in their larger context and to find meaning in them that goes beyond the immediate. She ends her article with the following: “I close with a thought tugging around in my brain. I think I am seeing a broad and general decline in professionalism in America, a deterioration of our pride in concepts like rigor and excellence. Jan. 6 comes and law enforcement agencies are weak and unprepared and the U.S. Capital falls to a small army of mooks [stupid or incompetent person]. Afghanistan and the departure that was really a collapse, all traceable to the incompetence of diplomatic and military leadership. It's like everyone's forgotten the mission. “I'm not saying, ‘Oh, America was once so wonderful and now it's not.' I'm saying we are losing old habits of discipline and pride in expertise - of peerlessness. There was a kind of American gleam. If the world called on us - in business, the arts, the military, diplomacy, science - they knew they were going to get help. The grown-ups had arrived with their deep competence. The larger meaning found in the Texas tragedy “America now feels more like the people who took the Expedited Three Month Training Course and got the security badge and went to work and formed an affinity group to advocate for change. A people who love to talk, endlessly, about sensitivity, yet aren't sensitive enough to save children bleeding out on the other side of the door. “I fear that as people we're becoming not only increasingly unimpressive but increasingly unlovable. “My God, I've never seen a country so in need of a hero.” - Peggy Noonan, June 4, 2022, Wall Street Journal, page A15 Let that last line sink in for a minute, My God, I've never seen a country so in need of a hero. It's Noonan's take on what you and I need most right now. I'm going to come back to this in a little bit. The second event - Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee In contrast to the implications of the murders in Texas, we had the Platinum Jubilee celebration in England for Queen Elizabeth II. It was to honor her for the 70 years she's been the queen, and for becoming the longest-ruling monarch in British - and European - history. Is there anyone who doesn't like Queen Elizabeth? I saw a few TV clips of the Jubilee event and all the commentators talked about the hundreds of thousands of Brits who turned out for this 4-day celebration to cheer on the queen. In watching this, I couldn't help but think of Peggy Noonan's quote about America, “I've never seen a country so in need of a hero.” Could it be that Queen Elizabeth is the hero England needs? She doesn't have any political power. She can't set polices for the country. Yet she he is so dearly loved . Why? My sense is that she is stability personified in the otherwise unstable world we live in. She is a continuation of the monarchy that's been part of British history for over a thousand years. The Queen's appeal Her appeal is even more winsome when you consider the dysfunction of the Royal Family. There's Prince Charles and his messy divorce with the oh-so-popular Princess Diana and his related affair with Camila. There's the scandal with the queen's other son, Prince Andrew. And of course, the current mess with Harry and Megan throwing the Royal Family under the bus. Yet Queen Elizabeth stays out of the public fray of it all. You've got to admire a queen like this. The family she presides over isn't all that different than some of our own families. Is someone like Queen Elizabeth what you and I need most right now? Before I answer, there's one more worldwide event to consider. One that connects with the Peggy Noonan article about the shooting in Uvalde, Texas, and Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee. 78th Anniversary of D-Day This month, here in 2022, marks the 78th anniversary of D-Day, the invasion of Normandy, which marked the beginning of the end of World War II. This year's anniversary had a different twist to it that I had not seen or heard of before. Several years ago, in rare bi-partisan support, Congress approved an addition to the WWII memorial in Washington, D.C. Construction will begin next month, in July 2022, on the D-Day Prayer Project. On June 6, 1944, at At 9:57 pm, President Franklin Roosevelt addressed the nation on radio, announcing the D-Day invasion that began earlier that day. He encouraged everyone to join him in prayer about the invasion. It will be added to the WWII memorial. It's not too long, so I will read it to you. It was what the world needed most on June 6, 1944. And it is certainly what you and I need most now. As I read the prayer, look past the specifics of that war-time need, and instead think about the appeal to a person outside of ourselves to meet our needs when things are looking terrible. That's the point. Here's the prayer: FDR's prayer My fellow Americans: Last night, when I spoke with you about the fall of Rome, I knew at that moment that troops of the United States and our allies were crossing the Channel in another and greater operation. It has come to pass with success thus far. And so, in this poignant hour, I ask you to join with me in prayer: Almighty God: Our sons, pride of our Nation, this day have set upon a mighty endeavor, a struggle to preserve our Republic, our religion, and our civilization, and to set free a suffering humanity. Lead them straight and true; give strength to their arms, stoutness to their hearts, steadfastness in their faith. They will need Thy blessings. Their road will be long and hard. For the enemy is strong. He may hurl back our forces. Success may not come with rushing speed, but we shall return again and again; and we know that by Thy grace, and by the righteousness of our cause, our sons will triumph. They will be sore tried, by night and by day, without rest-until the victory is won. The darkness will be rent by noise and flame. Men's souls will be shaken with the violences of war. For these men are lately drawn from the ways of peace. They fight not for the lust of conquest. They fight to end conquest. They fight to liberate. They fight to let justice arise, and tolerance and good will among all Thy people. They yearn but for the end of battle, for their return to the haven of home. Some will never return. Embrace these, Father, and receive them, Thy heroic servants, into Thy kingdom. Pray for ourselves And for us at home - fathers, mothers, children, wives, sisters, and brothers of brave men overseas - whose thoughts and prayers are ever with them - help us, Almighty God, to rededicate ourselves in renewed faith in Thee in this hour of great sacrifice. Many people have urged that I call the Nation into a single day of special prayer. But because the road is long and the desire is great, I ask that our people devote themselves in a continuance of prayer. As we rise to each new day, and again when each day is spent, let words of prayer be on our lips, invoking Thy help to our efforts. Give us strength, too - strength in our daily tasks, to redouble the contributions we make in the physical and the material support of our armed forces. And let our hearts be stout, to wait out the long travail, to bear sorrows that may come, to impart our courage unto our sons wheresoever they may be. Give us faith And, O Lord, give us Faith. Give us Faith in Thee; faith in our sons; faith in each other; and faith in our united crusade. Let not the keenness of our spirit ever be dulled. Let not the impacts of temporary events, of temporal matters of but fleeting moment let not these deter us in our unconquerable purpose. With Thy blessing, we shall prevail over the unholy forces of our enemy. Help us to conquer the apostles of greed and racial arrogancies. Lead us to the saving of our country, and with our sister Nations into a world unity that will spell a sure peace a peace invulnerable to the schemings of unworthy men. And a peace that will let all of men live in freedom, reaping the just rewards of their honest toil. Thy will be done, Almighty God. Amen. What you and I need Most Let's return now to the three events I mentioned in the beginning and consider the theme they all touch on. The elementary school killing of 19 young children in Uvalde, Texas Queen Elizabeth and her Platinum Jubilee celebration in England Anniversary of the D-Day invasion of Normandy, France The thread that ties these events together is the need for someone or something outside of ourselves to get us out of a mess, to give us a sense of stability that things are going to be okay, no matter what. Like the trapped 4th graders in that Uvalde Texas classroom, we all need someone to rescue us. In our case, to rescue us from ourselves. We need stability in our lives. We need someone like Queen Elizabeth who has been giving 70 years of her life to serving her subjects, with no intention of stopping. Someone so deeply committed to us. Someone beyond ourselves. We need God like the allied forces needed on D-Day. Like FDR who called upon us to pray to defeat that which seeks to destroy us. So what does all this mean for YOU? It is easier to understand how we need to be saved from forces outside of ourselves like evil people. It's harder to understand how at times we need to be saved from ourselves. What we need most, in either case, is Jesus. In the Gospel of John, chapter 6, some of the disciples of Jesus begin to desert him. It prompts Jesus to say to his 12 apostles, “Are you going to leave, too?” Peter replies and says in effect, Where else would we go? You are the only one who gives life.” Here's the main takeaway I hope you remember from today's episode We all need to be rescued from something. Often it's to be rescued from ourselves. So the rescue must come from someone outside of us. Thankfully, what we need most is right in front of us. Just look and you'll find Jesus there. Ready to rescue. As always, I'd love to hear any thoughts you have about today's episode. Closing In closing, I hope your thinking was stimulated by today's show, enough to call upon him to calm your heart in light of the troubled times in which we live. To ask him to save you from your fears, idiosyncrasies, and dysfunctions whatever they may be. And to replace them with the peace only he can provide. For when you do, it will help you experience the joy of your relationship with God. Because after all, You Were Made for This. Well, that's it for today. Please tell others about this podcast if you think it would be interesting and helpful to them. And don't forget to spread a little relational sunshine around the people you meet this week. Spark some joy for them. And I'll see you again next time. Related episodes you may want to listen to 021: The Most Important Relationship of All 139: Why Should I Listen to This Podcast? 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