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    Grace Community Church, Arlington, VA
    The Importance of Prayer - Audio

    Grace Community Church, Arlington, VA

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 22:00


    Ever wonder what it means to have a relationship with God? What if you’re not praying the right way? (Is there a right way?) Fortunately, God gave us the Psalms – model prayers that leave no doubt about what an authentic relationship with God actually looks like.

    Chad the Podcast
    LaMDA: A Lament

    Chad the Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 12:52


    Google AI's new squeeze LaMDA made an engineer fall in love but it was not meant to last... so I wrote a poem about it. For a follow-up, check this out: https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2022/06/google-lamda-chatbot-sentient-ai/661322/Recorded LIVE at the Green Mill Lounge 6/18/22 Brought to you by Jeppson's Mälort: Aiding in Social Distancing since the 1930's The Patreon is LIVE and we need money. Follow along for more Chadventures: https://linktr.ee/ChadtheBirdFeaturing “Promises” by the Barrerracudas and a snippy of “SOLO ACOUSTIC GUITAR” by Jason Shaw http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Jas... Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported— CC BY-SA 3.0PLEASE RATE AND REVIEW, BLACK LIVES MATTER, VAX, BOOST, WEAR A MASK and VOTE VOTE VOTE

    HOPE is Here
    Let's Lament (pt 4)

    HOPE is Here

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 14:46


    As we recap all we've learned out of Lamentations chapter 3, Greg shows us the hope that can be found when we choose faith and draw closer to God. His mercies never cease and we get a fresh start every single 24 hours! God will not let us down, even though it seems our prayers aren't getting answered. You are not alone. When we get to rock bottom, we often find out who the real rock is… there is hope. Hang in there. ________________________________________________________________________________________________ Look for HOPE is Here: - on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/HOPEisHereToday - on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hopeisherelex/ - on Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/hopeisherelex - on TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@hopeisherelex - on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtJ47I4w6atOHr7agGpOuvA Help us bring HOPE and encouragement to others: - by texting the word GIVE to 833-713-1591 - by visiting https://www.hopeisheretoday.org/donate   - by shopping on Amazon. Select HOPE is Here as your favorite charity (EIN: 83-0522555) Login through this link - https://smile.amazon.com/ch/83-0522555

    HOPE is Here
    Let's Lament (pt 3)

    HOPE is Here

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 14:45


    As Greg looks at the lessons that can be learned from lamenting, he reminds us that there is hope. Lamenting is a process that helps us heal from past hurts. Even if we feel like we've been forgotten, we are not alone. In fact, God wants us to give thanks in all circumstances. ________________________________________________________________________________________________ Look for HOPE is Here: - on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/HOPEisHereToday - on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hopeisherelex/ - on Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/hopeisherelex - on TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@hopeisherelex - on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtJ47I4w6atOHr7agGpOuvA Help us bring HOPE and encouragement to others: - by texting the word GIVE to 833-713-1591 - by visiting https://www.hopeisheretoday.org/donate   - by shopping on Amazon. Select HOPE is Here as your favorite charity (EIN: 83-0522555) Login through this link - https://smile.amazon.com/ch/83-0522555

    The Journey Church Podcast | @thejchurch
    Constant // Why We Lament // Jon Allen

    The Journey Church Podcast | @thejchurch

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 32:17


    We want to help you live in a life-giving relationship with Jesus. Visit us online anytime at https://www.thejchurch.com/Support the show

    A Year in the Bible with Daily Grace
    Ps. 86-90: Praise & Lament

    A Year in the Bible with Daily Grace

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 4:21


    The Bible tells one big story of redemption. Today, we are journeying through Ps. 86-90 and exploring how it points to Jesus, where it fits into the story of Scripture, and how the truth of God's Word impacts our lives. Follow along with us in the Story of Redemption Study Vol. 2, today on page 174. Visit The Daily Grace Co. for the Story of Redemption bundle and for more beautiful products that will equip you on your journey to knowing and loving God more. Follow @dailygracepodcast on Instagram for exclusive podcast content and @thedailygraceco for all things The Daily Grace Co. Subscribe to the Daily Grace Podcast on iTunes or Spotify. Read the Bible in a year with us in the Bible App.

    HOPE is Here
    Let's Lament (pt 2)

    HOPE is Here

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 14:45


    It's healthy to look back and lament sometimes. But we need to remember that we don't want to stay there. Grief is an important process that helps us move forward. Join Greg today as he explores the lessons that can be learned from lamenting. ________________________________________________________________________________________________ Look for HOPE is Here: - on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/HOPEisHereToday - on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hopeisherelex/ - on Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/hopeisherelex - on TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@hopeisherelex - on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtJ47I4w6atOHr7agGpOuvA Help us bring HOPE and encouragement to others: - by texting the word GIVE to 833-713-1591 - by visiting https://www.hopeisheretoday.org/donate   - by shopping on Amazon. Select HOPE is Here as your favorite charity (EIN: 83-0522555) Login through this link - https://smile.amazon.com/ch/83-0522555

    Sermons from Calvary Chapel Twin Peaks
    Lamentations: Bearing the Burden of Pain (Barnabas Sunday)

    Sermons from Calvary Chapel Twin Peaks

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 49:14


    Lamentations leads the community into a rhythm of grief and healing for the fall of Jerusalem. It challenges us to enlarge our hearts to bear the burden of pain in the body of Christ.

    Sermons from Calvary Chapel Twin Peaks
    Lamentations: Bearing the Burden of Pain (Barnabas Sunday)

    Sermons from Calvary Chapel Twin Peaks

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 49:14


    Lamentations leads the community into a rhythm of grief and healing for the fall of Jerusalem. It challenges us to enlarge our hearts to bear the burden of pain in the body of Christ.

    St. Moses Church
    Prayer: How to Lament (Psalm 77)

    St. Moses Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 26:47


    In this second teaching in our series on Prayer, Christian Harris explores the layers of lament from Psalm 77. Preached at Saint Mo's in Baltimore City on 06/19/22.

    Leadership on SermonAudio
    Lament for Israel's Leadership

    Leadership on SermonAudio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 47:00


    A new MP3 sermon from Covenant Orthodox Presbyterian Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Lament for Israel's Leadership Subtitle: Ezekiel Speaker: John Schortmann Broadcaster: Covenant Orthodox Presbyterian Church Event: Sunday - PM Date: 6/19/2022 Bible: Ezekiel 19:1-14 Length: 47 min.

    Black and White: Radical Grace, Raw Truth and Real Hope in a Gray World
    Day 171: To Lament or Not (Bible Tribe Ezekiel 19-24)

    Black and White: Radical Grace, Raw Truth and Real Hope in a Gray World

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 4:23


    Sometimes mourning and lamenting what could have been keeps us wrapped up in the past and sometimes it wakes us up to realize the mistakes we have made. Bible Reading: Ezekiel 19-24 Verse of the day: Ezekiel 19:14, "And fire has gone out from the stem of its shoots, has consumed its fruit, so that there remains in it no strong stem, no scepter for ruling. This is a lamentation and has become a lamentation." Word of the day: Lamentation. It is the Hebrew word:  קִינָה (kee-naw').

    HOPE is Here
    Let's Lament (pt.1)

    HOPE is Here

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 14:46


    When we love greatly, sometimes we grieve their loss greatly. God is close to the broken-hearted and is close to those who are brokenhearted. Whether it's a broken relationship, a lost job, or your health, take some time and tell God how you are hurting. Because you hurt, God hurts. You are not alone. Tune in as Greg visits the value that can be found in lamenting. ________________________________________________________________________________________________ Look for HOPE is Here: - on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/HOPEisHereToday - on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hopeisherelex/ - on Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/hopeisherelex - on TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@hopeisherelex - on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtJ47I4w6atOHr7agGpOuvA Help us bring HOPE and encouragement to others: - by texting the word GIVE to 833-713-1591 - by visiting https://www.hopeisheretoday.org/donate   - by shopping on Amazon. Select HOPE is Here as your favorite charity (EIN: 83-0522555) Login through this link - https://smile.amazon.com/ch/83-0522555  

    Union Church
    The Story of God: Joel & Amos

    Union Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 41:27


    Listen along as Anthony continues our time through the minor prophets. Notes/Quotes: Joel 2:12-13 & Amos 5:4-8 Text: Joel & Amos Title: Prophets, Prescriptions, Promises (Joel 1:5,8,11,13,&14) 5 Awake, you drunkards, and weep,
 and wail, all you drinkers of wine, 
because of the sweet wine,
 for it is cut off from your mouth. 8 Lament like a virgin wearing sackcloth
 for the bridegroom of her youth. 11 Be ashamed, O tillers of the soil;
 wail, O vinedressers,
for the wheat and the barley,
 because the harvest of the field has perished. 13 Put on sackcloth and lament, O priests;
 wail, O ministers of the altar.
 Go in, pass the night in sackcloth,
    O ministers of my God!
 Because grain offering and drink offering
 are withheld from the house of your God. 14 Consecrate a fast;
 call a solemn assembly.
Gather the elders
 and all the inhabitants of the land
to the house of the Lord your God,
 and cry out to the Lord. (Amos 5:11-15) 11…because you trample on the poor
 and you exact taxes of grain from him,
you have built houses of hewn stone,
 but you shall not dwell in them;
 you have planted pleasant vineyards,
 but you shall not drink their wine. 12 For I know how many are your transgressions
 and how great are your sins—
you who afflict the righteous, who take a bribe,
 and turn aside the needy in the gate. 13 Therefore he who is prudent will keep silent in such a time, for it is an evil time. 14 Seek good, and not evil,
 that you may live;
and so the Lord, the God of hosts, will be with you,
 as you have said. 15 Hate evil, and love good, and establish justice in the gate;
 it may be that the Lord, the God of hosts,
 will be gracious to the remnant of Joseph. (Amos 5:21-24) 21 “I hate, I despise your feasts,
 and I take no delight in your solemn assemblies. 22 Even though you offer me your burnt offerings and grain offerings,
 I will not accept them;
and the peace offerings of your fattened animals,
 I will not look upon them. 23 Take away from me the noise of your songs;
 to the melody of your harps I will not listen. 24 But let justice roll down like waters,
 and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream. Righteousness = TSEDAQAH; equity despite social difference Justice = MISHPAT; actions taken to correct injustice Questions: 1. Do we know ourselves enough to recognize our need for repentance even though the specifics might not be staring us in the face? 2. Is the exploitation seen in Amos by God's people an aberration or do we still wrestle with the issue today? 3. Is there good news and hope for us if we sincerely turn to Jesus today? 

    Providence Baptist Church Recent Sermon Audio
    Summer In The Psalms - Father's Day Advice from a Psalm of Lament

    Providence Baptist Church Recent Sermon Audio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 31:52


    Psalms 13 — Joseph Stegall

    Grace Hill Church - Collierville, TN
    Grace Hill: Learning to Lament 03: Prayers of Imprecation

    Grace Hill Church - Collierville, TN

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 33:50


    Is it okay to pray for the destruction of your enemy?Recently we've come to understand Biblical lamenting as honestly bringing our raw complaints to God (even if they are about Him), praying boldly for Him to right the wrongs, and choosing to trust Him with His answer.But what when Godly people pray for children of their enemy to be harmed? Or what about Jonah earnestly praying to God for God to destroy the Ninevites? Is this a good way of lamenting or simply mean-spirited?These are prayers of imprecation, and understanding their purpose and meaning can help us grapple with the seeming tension between making heartfelt pleas to God for specific justice against evil, and also loving our enemies and even praying for them. Loving our enemy does not absolve them of sin or from the justice their sin deserves, and grasping God's heart for both is imperative to understanding the place for prayers of imprecation in our lives.Let's unpack this and more in today's message… 

    New Found Faith
    Asaph's Lament

    New Found Faith

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 44:08


    In our lesson this week, we take a look at Asaph's lament from a moment in time when his faithfulness towards God slipped due to his envying of the wicked. We take a look at the danger of an envious soul.

    Pleasant Valley Sermons
    06.19.22 The Acts of the Risen Lord Jesus: Lament

    Pleasant Valley Sermons

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 46:39


    Redeemer Presbyterian Church (Indianapolis)

    Sun, 19 Jun 2022 10:00:00 +0000 1764 39 d294d426263c947e8ac9208aefb32979 no worship@redeemindy.org

    Heritage Radio Network On Tour
    2022 Slow Seed Summit: Author Readings - May 15

    Heritage Radio Network On Tour

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 48:51


    HRN was proud to work with Slow Food USA as a media partner for the Slow Food Summit, which took place on May 13 - May 15, 2022.  For three days, hundreds of people from around the world gathered virtually to discuss the regeneration of our world's foodways to advance good, clean and fair food for all. Each day focused on a new lens through which attendees listened, shared and planned the future of our climate, health and food justice. We took a moment during this rousing Global Slow Seed Summit to pause, slow down and reflect with some people in our network who have done much reflection on the key theme of this summit: Regenerating our Climate, Health and Connection. Our featured authors  have written about so many aspects of this theme, and today we put a special focus on Women, Seeds and Community.  You'll hear from John Hausdoerffer, Kaylena Bray, Heather Swan, Anjanette Wilson, and Katherine Kassouf Cummings. John Hausdoerffer is the editor of What Kind of Ancestor Do You Want to Be? and  Kinship: Belonging in a World of Relations. His books “Catlin's Lament“ and “Wildness“ ​imagine how environmental health must come from and result in the healing of deep histories of social injustice and cultural trauma.  Kaylena Bray (Haudenosaunee/Seneca)  is Turtle Clan from the Seneca Nation of Indians whose work throughout the Americas has served to educate and strengthen vital links between Indigenous food systems, local economies, and climate change adaptation.  Heather Swan is the author of the poetry collection A Kinship with Ash (Terrapin Books), the chapbook The Edge of Damage (Parallel Press), and the creative nonfiction book Where Honeybees Thrive: Stories from the Field (Penn State Press), which won the Sigurd F. Olson Nature Writing Award.  Anjanette Wilson (she/hers) is a first-generation college student and first-generation Filipino American who found community in seed saving through traditional Filipino practices and currently serves as the Development Coordinator at Global Seed Savers where she works to aid the dismantling of systems of oppression by preserving the Filipino Culture through seed saving. Katherine Kassouf Cummings is a Lebanese-American writer and editor born to and living on the ancestral homelands of the people of the Council of Three Fires (Ojibwe, Potawatomi, and Odawa) as well as the Menominee, Miami, and Ho-Chunk nations. She co-edited the book What Kind of Ancestor Do You Want to Be? (University of Chicago Press, 2021) and serves as Managing Editor at the Center for Humans and Nature, where she leads the Questions for a Resilient Future and the Editorial Fellows program. HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecast.

    Heritage Radio Network On Tour
    2022 Slow Seed Summit: Author Readings - May 14

    Heritage Radio Network On Tour

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 47:08


    HRN was proud to work with Slow Food USA as a media partner for the Slow Food Summit, which took place on May 13 - May 15, 2022.  For three days, hundreds of people from around the world gathered virtually to discuss the regeneration of our world's foodways to advance good, clean and fair food for all. Each day focused on a new lens through which attendees listened, shared and planned the future of our climate, health and food justice. We took a moment during this rousing Global Slow Seed Summit to pause, slow down and reflect with some authors in our network who have reflected on the key theme of this summit: Regenerating our Climate, Health and Connection. In this talk, hear John Hausdoerffer, Dr. Devon Peña, Dr. Enrique Salmon, and Dr. Lindsey Lunsford. John Hausdoerffer is the editor of What Kind of Ancestor Do You Want to Be? and  Kinship: Belonging in a World of Relations, and his books “Catlin's Lament“ and “Wildness“ ​imagine how environmental health must come from and result in the healing of deep histories of social injustice and cultural trauma.  Dr. Devon Peña is Co-Founder and President of The Acequia Institute,  manages the foundation's 181-acre ‘almunyah' in the bottomlands of Viejo San Acacio, CO, and is the author of Mexican-Origin Foods, Foodways, and Social Movements: Decolonial Perspectives. Dr. Enrique Salmon is author of “Eating The Landscape,” a book focused on small-scale Native farmers of the Greater Southwest and their role in maintaining biocultural diversity.  He has also recently published “Iwígara: The Kinship of Plants and People,” an ethnobotany of 80 plants important to American Indians.  Dr. Lindsey Lunsford is a scholar activist and agriculture advocate. Dr. Lunsford's doctoral research focused on the restorying of African American food systems and foodways for the pursuit of cultural justice and food sovereignty.HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecast.

    Taking The Limits Off Media Group
    Praise Break Friday: 5 Reasons Praise and Lament Belong Together in Worship

    Taking The Limits Off Media Group

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 130:00


    Praise Break Friday: Singing Hymns in Church – 5 Reasons Praise and Lament Belong Together in Worship Join us Friday 6/17/2022 as we discuss this great article and more   https://churchleaders.com/worship/worship-articles/253686-5-reasons-praise-lament-belong-together-worship.html The conversation starts at 7pm....  don't miss it!!!!!!!   "Taking The Limits Off Radio", A non-traditional radio show with a vision to spread the Truth of God's Word; that inspires and encourages you to have a meaningful relationship with Christ, through biblical teaching and relevant information. A talk show that "breaks the chains off the norm" to promote a realistic conversation with God and his people. You can also watch the simulcast  on Facebook Live at  https://www.facebook.com/TTLORADIO/ Twitter @TTLORadio INSTAGRAM, follow us TTLORadio

    Dream Chasers Radio
    Interview with author Theodore Shorter - Lovingly and Orderly Part 2 the son

    Dream Chasers Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 30:00


      Get your copy here!  The sudden passing of a mother devoted to the worship and acknowledgment of the Lord God in the rearing of her children, when she's the only parent in the family, is a traumatic and enduring time that will expose vulnerabilities to the moral foundation and essence of the family. Confronted with one adversity after another by the wicked conduct of his siblings through betrayal, the son never wavered in his love, commitment, and devotion to his mother and God, despite the insidious evil and turbulent obstacles in our society to stop him. Lovingly and Orderly: A Son's Lament is a true-life melodrama revealing the vague, forsaken dark realm of the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois, Probate Division, where the adherence to the law and procedure is a blind myth for those seeking justice on behalf of the dearly departed who no longer feel the acute pain of injustice in the United States of America.

    Peakland UMC
    Andrew's Lament PODCAST EDITION

    Peakland UMC

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 7:46


    Andrew reflects on his commissioning as a deacon almost 2 years ago, and a recent announcement out of the Florida Annual Conference.

    Compelling Words
    Yearning for God

    Compelling Words

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 33:04


    Sometimes we mistakenly believe that sadness is un-Christian.However, it's possible that in the dark sorrow, we might actually grow even closer to our Lord.In this message series, Kevin speaks on some of the Psalms of Lament.Please take a moment to rate this podcast and if you would like to leave a comment regarding this message, please email kpsermons@gmail.com

    Resurrection Oakland Podcast
    Authentic Faith - Lament - June 12

    Resurrection Oakland Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 39:25


    In this sermon, Pastor Brent teaches us about the seldom-discussed topic of lament. Through the lens of Psalm 13, he explains what lament is, why we need it, and how we do it.

    Sermons from Redlands 1st UMC

    Human experience reminds us regularly that adversity and trauma are inescapable. As much as we might like to escape or avoid this reality, the only healthy response is to work through it. Even if the work is more like a slog, we are still better off just dealing with it in the best way we can. This kind of trauma and pain doesn't simply vanish from our lives if we deny or avoid it. The pain is held within our body and our spirit. Despite the cultural currents that encourage us to avoid dealing with pain and adversity, there is a history in our faith tradition that helps us to navigate this in a healthier way than avoidance. The hymnbook of Israel, the Book of Psalms, is filled with examples of people who had experienced a wide range of adversity and trauma. They were not meek about taking these concerns to God. They would take even their rawest feelings and emotions to God. Jesus' lament on the cross is a prime example, from Psalm 22. “My God, My God, why have you forsaken me.” Even though some voices in our history would try to squelch this kind of honesty with God, it is a necessary part of faith, then and now. Lament is so much more than just yelling at God; lament also includes a moment when one takes a deep breath and remembers that even in that moment of pain, God's promise is still the anchoring reality of their life. This week's sermon unpacks this important part of our faith.

    Pastor Craig's Sermons & Devotionals
    06/12/2022 FBC "Humility Cures Worldliness" James 4

    Pastor Craig's Sermons & Devotionals

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 32:06


    "But He gives more grace. Therefore He says: “God resists the proud, But gives grace to the humble.” Therefore submit to God. Resist the devil and he will flee from you. Draw near to God and He will draw near to you. Cleanse your hands, you sinners; and purify your hearts, you double-minded. Lament and mourn and weep! Let your laughter be turned to mourning and your joy to gloom. Humble yourselves in the sight of the Lord, and He will lift you up." James 4:6-10You have strife? Battling the World? What's the answer...? Let us see what Gods Word has to say!

    Pastor Craig's Sermons & Devotionals
    06/12/2022 MGBC "The Cure for Worldly Issues" James 4

    Pastor Craig's Sermons & Devotionals

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 35:39


    "But He gives more grace. Therefore He says: “God resists the proud, But gives grace to the humble.” Therefore submit to God. Resist the devil and he will flee from you. Draw near to God and He will draw near to you. Cleanse your hands, you sinners; and purify your hearts, you double-minded. Lament and mourn and weep! Let your laughter be turned to mourning and your joy to gloom. Humble yourselves in the sight of the Lord, and He will lift you up." James 4:6-10You have strife? Battling the World? What's the answer...? Let us see what Gods Word has to say!

    Rabona Boys
    Episode 31: Liverpool's Lament

    Rabona Boys

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 95:19


    Did you enjoy Liverpool losing the Champion's League Final more than Real Madrid winning it? Does the word 'quadruple' sound like nails on a chalkboard to you? Is the schadenfreude of them losing the league by a point only just now leaving your system? Then come tune in with the Rabona Boys as Vyn Skully, our resident Liverpool fan, relays the sobering disappointment that defines the end of Liverpool's season!

    God's Big Story
    #63 – Prayer: Lament

    God's Big Story

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 17:34


    Christ Crucified Fellowship
    The Lament of The Caregiver, Disability #7

    Christ Crucified Fellowship

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 39:00


    Redeemer Church Sermons
    Lament and Faith

    Redeemer Church Sermons

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 39:42


    From Psalm 77. We see that the faith that God delights in is clinging to Him in all situations.

    Emmaus KC
    How to Lament

    Emmaus KC

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 42:43


    Sermons
    Lament for Babylon

    Sermons

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 38:39


    Dream Chasers Radio
    Interview with author Theodore Shorter - Lovingly and Orderly Part 1 the trial

    Dream Chasers Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 32:00


    Get your copy here! The sudden passing of a mother devoted to the worship and acknowledgment of the Lord God in the rearing of her children, when she's the only parent in the family, is a traumatic and enduring time that will expose vulnerabilities to the moral foundation and essence of the family. Confronted with one adversity after another by the wicked conduct of his siblings through betrayal, the son never wavered in his love, commitment, and devotion to his mother and God, despite the insidious evil and turbulent obstacles in our society to stop him. Lovingly and Orderly: A Son's Lament is a true-life melodrama revealing the vague, forsaken dark realm of the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois, Probate Division, where the adherence to the law and procedure is a blind myth for those seeking justice on behalf of the dearly departed who no longer feel the acute pain of injustice in the United States of America.  

    Nothing But The Blues
    Nothing But The Blues #717

    Nothing But The Blues

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 60:55


    Dany Franchi (Give Me A Sign); Lowell Fulson (Don't Make Promises You Can't Keep); Lil' Ed and The Blues Imperials (Broken Promises); David Place (Gambler's Blues); Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings (Gambler's Lament); Little Joe Washington (How Long); East River String Band (You May Leave But This Will Bring You Back); Memphis Jug Band (I Packed My Suitcase, Started To The Train); Kelly Joe Phelps (Leavin' Blues); Bertice Reading (I'm Alone); Jimmie Lee (Blue And Lonesome); Lilly Martin (Fooled Around And Fell In Love); Elvin Bishop (Who's The Fool); Tré (I'm Through With The Blues); Jay Willie and James Montgomery (I'm Your And I'm Hers).

    Faith and Race Podcast
    Episode 6: What We've Learned

    Faith and Race Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 32:21


    About This Episode Podcast hosts Rev. Sharon Williams, Rev. Russell Ewell and Rev. Fabian Gonzalez discuss some of the things they learned as they interviewed members of the historic Black churches of the Missouri Conference throughout this season. In This Episode 01:16: Thoughts and Learning Opportunities for the Denomination 4:15 The Place of Lament 9:00 A Tight Knit Community of Life 10:10 Discipleship Begins with Relationship 12:35 We Cannot Lose Those Rich Stories 14:00 It Is Their Faith that Keeps Them Going 16:53 The Missouri Conference 18:45 Understand the Context and Recognizing the History 22:00 If You Love Something You will Challenge It 25:45 Abundance and Lean 27:00 The Saints That Are Before Us About This Podcast The Faith and Race Podcast is designed to help faithful people host conversations about race, faith and the Church. Every episode has a specific focus to help listeners intentionally think about the intersection of history, institutions, scripture, prayer, race and justice. The audio recordings bring diverse insights and experiences into churches, homes, and hearts across Missouri and beyond. “The Saints Before Us” is the theme and focus of season three of the Faith and Race Podcast. It draws on both Hebrews 11, and its description of the cloud of witnesses, and Ephesians 4 with its directive to equip saints for the work of ministry. The phrase “saints before us” invites listeners to consider the duality of its meaning: In that, the new season of the podcast focuses on Missouri's Black United Methodist Churches and highlights both the work of the saints that came before us and offers an invitation to the saints currently before us to carry that legacy.

    Compelling Words
    Troubled By My Sin

    Compelling Words

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 30:18


    Sometimes we mistakenly believe that sadness is un-Christian.However, it's possible that in the dark sorrow, we might actually grow even closer to our Lord.In this message series, Kevin speaks on some of the Psalms of Lament.Please take a moment to rate this podcast and if you would like to leave a comment regarding this message, please email kpsermons@gmail.com

    Front Porch with the Fitzes
    Episode 393: Uvalde, the SBC report and lament

    Front Porch with the Fitzes

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 46:25


    In this week's episode we talk about the horrible shooting in Uvalde. We talk about the SBC report on abuse. We discuss what they have in common. Then we read a prayer of lament. 

    Grace Hill Church - Collierville, TN
    Grace Hill: Learning to Lament 02: Dear God, this sucks!

    Grace Hill Church - Collierville, TN

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 30:27


    THIS EPISODE:“The longer we live, the more pain we see. God could intervene, but there are times—many times—when he chooses not to...”  That's the tension we face, as followers of Jesus, when facing dire or dismal circumstances in life that leave us feeling forgotten, anxious, alone, and even defeated.But, what if the goal of lamenting is not to resolve the painful situation, but to restore your hope in God? Through lament, we have permission to be utterly raw and real—interacting with God in a process that's both painful and profoundly healing. The spiritual process of lamenting confronts our utter confusion and deep pain with the deeper truths of the God of the universe.Let's unpack this and more in today's message… ___PRIMARY TEXT:—Psalm 13 (CSB)—Psalm 13A Plea for Deliverance | A psalm of David1 How long, Lord? Will you forget me forever?How long will you hide your face from me?2 How long will I store up anxious concerns[a] within me,agony in my mind every day?How long will my enemy dominate me?3 Consider me and answer, Lord my God.Restore brightness to my eyes;otherwise, I will sleep in death.4 My enemy will say, “I have triumphed over him,”and my foes will rejoice because I am shaken.5 But I have trusted in your faithful love;my heart will rejoice in your deliverance.6 I will sing to the Lordbecause he has treated me generously.

    Alamo Ranch Community Church (Sermon Audio)

    Psalm 56 picks up where Psalm 55 leaves off - David bringing his frustration and complaint before the Lord. David knows that God is the only one who can deliver him from the trouble he faces everywhere he goes. Oftentimes, we don't know what to do with Psalms like these - Psalms of Imprecation and Lament, and because of our misunderstanding of what God is inviting us into through these particular Psalms, our view of God and our view of ourselves suffers. Since these types of Psalms can be repetitive in the life of David, could it be that God is not as quick to rush past cement in our lives as we are? If we were to slow down and seek God in the midst of a fallen world, we may just find that God uses joy and pain to conform us into the image of Jesus.

    ESV: Chronological
    June 4: Joel 1–3

    ESV: Chronological

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 11:39


    Joel 1–3 Joel 1–3 (Listen) 1 The word of the LORD that came to Joel, the son of Pethuel: An Invasion of Locusts 2   Hear this, you elders;    give ear, all inhabitants of the land!  Has such a thing happened in your days,    or in the days of your fathers?3   Tell your children of it,    and let your children tell their children,    and their children to another generation. 4   What the cutting locust left,    the swarming locust has eaten.  What the swarming locust left,    the hopping locust has eaten,  and what the hopping locust left,    the destroying locust has eaten. 5   Awake, you drunkards, and weep,    and wail, all you drinkers of wine,  because of the sweet wine,    for it is cut off from your mouth.6   For a nation has come up against my land,    powerful and beyond number;  its teeth are lions' teeth,    and it has the fangs of a lioness.7   It has laid waste my vine    and splintered my fig tree;  it has stripped off their bark and thrown it down;    their branches are made white. 8   Lament like a virgin1 wearing sackcloth    for the bridegroom of her youth.9   The grain offering and the drink offering are cut off    from the house of the LORD.  The priests mourn,    the ministers of the LORD.10   The fields are destroyed,    the ground mourns,  because the grain is destroyed,    the wine dries up,    the oil languishes. 11   Be ashamed,2 O tillers of the soil;    wail, O vinedressers,  for the wheat and the barley,    because the harvest of the field has perished.12   The vine dries up;    the fig tree languishes.  Pomegranate, palm, and apple,    all the trees of the field are dried up,  and gladness dries up    from the children of man. A Call to Repentance 13   Put on sackcloth and lament, O priests;    wail, O ministers of the altar.  Go in, pass the night in sackcloth,    O ministers of my God!  Because grain offering and drink offering    are withheld from the house of your God. 14   Consecrate a fast;    call a solemn assembly.  Gather the elders    and all the inhabitants of the land  to the house of the LORD your God,    and cry out to the LORD. 15   Alas for the day!  For the day of the LORD is near,    and as destruction from the Almighty3 it comes.16   Is not the food cut off    before our eyes,  joy and gladness    from the house of our God? 17   The seed shrivels under the clods;4    the storehouses are desolate;  the granaries are torn down    because the grain has dried up.18   How the beasts groan!    The herds of cattle are perplexed  because there is no pasture for them;    even the flocks of sheep suffer.5 19   To you, O LORD, I call.  For fire has devoured    the pastures of the wilderness,  and flame has burned    all the trees of the field.20   Even the beasts of the field pant for you    because the water brooks are dried up,  and fire has devoured    the pastures of the wilderness. The Day of the Lord 2   Blow a trumpet in Zion;    sound an alarm on my holy mountain!  Let all the inhabitants of the land tremble,    for the day of the LORD is coming; it is near,2   a day of darkness and gloom,    a day of clouds and thick darkness!  Like blackness there is spread upon the mountains    a great and powerful people;  their like has never been before,    nor will be again after them    through the years of all generations. 3   Fire devours before them,    and behind them a flame burns.  The land is like the garden of Eden before them,    but behind them a desolate wilderness,    and nothing escapes them. 4   Their appearance is like the appearance of horses,    and like war horses they run.5   As with the rumbling of chariots,    they leap on the tops of the mountains,  like the crackling of a flame of fire    devouring the stubble,  like a powerful army    drawn up for battle. 6   Before them peoples are in anguish;    all faces grow pale.7   Like warriors they charge;    like soldiers they scale the wall.  They march each on his way;    they do not swerve from their paths.8   They do not jostle one another;    each marches in his path;  they burst through the weapons    and are not halted.9   They leap upon the city,    they run upon the walls,  they climb up into the houses,    they enter through the windows like a thief. 10   The earth quakes before them;    the heavens tremble.  The sun and the moon are darkened,    and the stars withdraw their shining.11   The LORD utters his voice    before his army,  for his camp is exceedingly great;    he who executes his word is powerful.  For the day of the LORD is great and very awesome;    who can endure it? Return to the Lord 12   “Yet even now,” declares the LORD,    “return to me with all your heart,  with fasting, with weeping, and with mourning;13     and rend your hearts and not your garments.”  Return to the LORD your God,    for he is gracious and merciful,  slow to anger, and abounding in steadfast love;    and he relents over disaster.14   Who knows whether he will not turn and relent,    and leave a blessing behind him,  a grain offering and a drink offering    for the LORD your God? 15   Blow the trumpet in Zion;    consecrate a fast;  call a solemn assembly;16     gather the people.  Consecrate the congregation;    assemble the elders;  gather the children,    even nursing infants.  Let the bridegroom leave his room,    and the bride her chamber. 17   Between the vestibule and the altar    let the priests, the ministers of the LORD, weep  and say, “Spare your people, O LORD,    and make not your heritage a reproach,    a byword among the nations.6  Why should they say among the peoples,    ‘Where is their God?'” The Lord Had Pity 18   Then the LORD became jealous for his land    and had pity on his people.19   The LORD answered and said to his people,  “Behold, I am sending to you    grain, wine, and oil,    and you will be satisfied;  and I will no more make you    a reproach among the nations. 20   “I will remove the northerner far from you,    and drive him into a parched and desolate land,  his vanguard7 into the eastern sea,    and his rear guard8 into the western sea;  the stench and foul smell of him will rise,    for he has done great things. 21   “Fear not, O land;    be glad and rejoice,    for the LORD has done great things!22   Fear not, you beasts of the field,    for the pastures of the wilderness are green;  the tree bears its fruit;    the fig tree and vine give their full yield. 23   “Be glad, O children of Zion,    and rejoice in the LORD your God,  for he has given the early rain for your vindication;    he has poured down for you abundant rain,    the early and the latter rain, as before. 24   “The threshing floors shall be full of grain;    the vats shall overflow with wine and oil.25   I will restore9 to you the years    that the swarming locust has eaten,  the hopper, the destroyer, and the cutter,    my great army, which I sent among you. 26   “You shall eat in plenty and be satisfied,    and praise the name of the LORD your God,    who has dealt wondrously with you.  And my people shall never again be put to shame.27   You shall know that I am in the midst of Israel,    and that I am the LORD your God and there is none else.  And my people shall never again be put to shame. The Lord Will Pour Out His Spirit 28   10 “And it shall come to pass afterward,    that I will pour out my Spirit on all flesh;  your sons and your daughters shall prophesy,    your old men shall dream dreams,    and your young men shall see visions.29   Even on the male and female servants    in those days I will pour out my Spirit. 30 “And I will show wonders in the heavens and on the earth, blood and fire and columns of smoke. 31 The sun shall be turned to darkness, and the moon to blood, before the great and awesome day of the LORD comes. 32 And it shall come to pass that everyone who calls on the name of the LORD shall be saved. For in Mount Zion and in Jerusalem there shall be those who escape, as the LORD has said, and among the survivors shall be those whom the LORD calls. 11 The Lord Judges the Nations 3 “For behold, in those days and at that time, when I restore the fortunes of Judah and Jerusalem, 2 I will gather all the nations and bring them down to the Valley of Jehoshaphat. And I will enter into judgment with them there, on behalf of my people and my heritage Israel, because they have scattered them among the nations and have divided up my land, 3 and have cast lots for my people, and have traded a boy for a prostitute, and have sold a girl for wine and have drunk it. 4 “What are you to me, O Tyre and Sidon, and all the regions of Philistia? Are you paying me back for something? If you are paying me back, I will return your payment on your own head swiftly and speedily. 5 For you have taken my silver and my gold, and have carried my rich treasures into your temples.12 6 You have sold the people of Judah and Jerusalem to the Greeks in order to remove them far from their own border. 7 Behold, I will stir them up from the place to which you have sold them, and I will return your payment on your own head. 8 I will sell your sons and your daughters into the hand of the people of Judah, and they will sell them to the Sabeans, to a nation far away, for the LORD has spoken.” 9   Proclaim this among the nations:  Consecrate for war;13    stir up the mighty men.  Let all the men of war draw near;    let them come up.10   Beat your plowshares into swords,    and your pruning hooks into spears;    let the weak say, “I am a warrior.” 11   Hasten and come,    all you surrounding nations,    and gather yourselves there.  Bring down your warriors, O LORD.12   Let the nations stir themselves up    and come up to the Valley of Jehoshaphat;  for there I will sit to judge    all the surrounding nations. 13   Put in the sickle,    for the harvest is ripe.  Go in, tread,    for the winepress is full.  The vats overflow,    for their evil is great. 14   Multitudes, multitudes,    in the valley of decision!  For the day of the LORD is near    in the valley of decision.15   The sun and the moon are darkened,    and the stars withdraw their shining. 16   The LORD roars from Zion,    and utters his voice from Jerusalem,    and the heavens and the earth quake.  But the LORD is a refuge to his people,    a stronghold to the people of Israel. The Glorious Future of Judah 17   “So you shall know that I am the LORD your God,    who dwells in Zion, my holy mountain.  And Jerusalem shall be holy,    and strangers shall never again pass through it. 18   “And in that day  the mountains shall drip sweet wine,    and the hills shall flow with milk, 

    The Village Church - Sermons

    There are moments when the brokenness becomes so vivid it wakes us to see our world for what it is. Let us lift our heads and turn our eyes to our Lord, our only real hope.

    The Literary Life Podcast
    Episode 133: “The Wind in the Willows” by Kenneth Grahame, Part 3

    The Literary Life Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 80:39


    On The Literary Life podcast this week, our hosts are joined in their discussion of The Wind in the Willows by Kelly Cumbee. Angelina, Cindy, Thomas and Kelly talk about chapters 7-8, focusing special attention on a section of this book that presents a potential problem for some readers. Angelina opens with background on the Enlightenment and Romanticism, the concept of “the Numinous,” and the popularity of the Pan character in Edwardian times. Thomas gives us a classical picture of who Pan was in mythology. Kelly then speaks to the Medieval understanding of the figure of Pan and the pastoral tradition along with their connections with Christ. They also address concerns over neo-paganism in relation to this book. If you want more discussion on mythology in literature, tune in to Episode 60: Why Read Pagan Myths. Cindy's 2022 Morning Time for Moms Summer Discipleship group is now open for registration. The theme this year is “Laughter and Lament.” Head over to morningtimeformoms.com to find out more and sign up! Thomas will be teaching an introductory course on Russian Literature in July 2022. Learn more about his classes, as well as Kelly Cumbee's classes, and register at houseofhumaneletters.com. Commonplace Quotes: Dictionaries are like watches. The worst is better than none, and the best cannot be expected to go quite true. Samuel Johnson “Here I am, sitting at a little oak table where in old times possibly some fair lady sat to pen, with much thought and many blushes, her ill-spelt love letter, and writing in my diary in shorthand all that has happened since I closed it last. It is the nineteenth century up-to-date with a vengeance. And yet, unless my senses deceive me, the old centuries had, and have, powers of their own which mere ‘modernity' cannot kill.” Bram Stoker This malady of unbelief, again, is common to serious minds, educated to examine all things before they know the things they criticise by the slow, sure process of assimilating ideas. If we would but receive it, we are not capable of examining that which we do not know; and knowledge is the result of a slow, involuntary process, impossible to a mind in the critical attitude. Let us who teach spend time in the endeavour to lay proper and abundant nutriment before the young, rather than in leading them to criticise and examine every morsel of knowledge that comes their way. Who could live if every mouthful of bodily food were held up on a fork for critical examination before it be eaten? Charlotte Mason Suppose you were told that there was a tiger in the next room: you would know that you were in danger and would probably feel fear. But if you were told “There is a ghost in the next room,” and believed it, you would feel, indeed, what is often called fear, but of a different kind. It would not be based on the knowledge of danger, for no one is primarily afraid of what a ghost may do to him, but of the mere fact that it is a ghost. It is “uncanny” rather than dangerous, and the special kind of fear it excites may be called Dread. With the Uncanny one has reached the fringes of the Numinous. Now suppose that you were told simply “There is a might spirit in the room” and believed it. Your feelings would then be even less like the mere fear of danger: but the disturbance would be profound. You would feel wonder and a certain shrinking–described as awe, and the object which excites it is the Numinous. C. S. Lewis To Find God by Robert Herrick Weigh me the fire; or canst thou find A way to measure out the wind? Distinguish all those floods that are Mixed in that wat'ry theater, And taste thou them as saltless there, As in their channel first they were.    Tell me the people that do keep Within the kingdoms of the deep; Or fetch me back that cloud again, Beshivered into seeds of rain. Tell me the motes, dust, sands, and spears Of corn, when summer shakes his ears; Show me that world of stars, and whence They noiseless spill their influence. This if thou canst; then show me Him That rides the glorious cherubim. Book List: Dracula by Bram Stoker Formation of Character by Charlotte Mason The Problem of Pain by C. S. Lewis Letters to Children by C. S. Lewis The Great God Pan by Arthur Machen Support The Literary Life: Become a patron of The Literary Life podcast as part of the “Friends and Fellows Community” on Patreon, and get some amazing bonus content! Thanks for your support! Connect with Us: You can find Angelina and Thomas at HouseofHumaneLetters.com, on Instagram @angelinastanford, and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ANGStanford/ Find Cindy at morningtimeformoms.com, on Instagram @cindyordoamoris and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/cindyrollins.net/. Check out Cindy's own Patreon page also! Follow The Literary Life on Instagram, and jump into our private Facebook group, The Literary Life Discussion Group, and let's get the book talk going! http://bit.ly/literarylifeFB