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Par Jupiter !
"On a peut-être enfin trouvé un moyen de lutter contre le réchauffement climatique: relancer la guerre froide"

Par Jupiter !

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 4:34


durée : 00:04:34 - Le journal de presque 17h17 - Levée progressive des restrictions sanitaires, régime alimentaire d'Hidalgo, tensions entre Moscou et Washington et des brèves, c'est l'actu du jour!

Today in the Word Devotional
Failing to Learn from Ezekiel

Today in the Word Devotional

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022


Christians often define success in terms of numbers: the number of people converted, churches planted, church members in attendance, money raised, etc. Would you answer a ministry posting like this one? “Wanted: Person to speak for the Lord. All content provided. Failure guaranteed—no one will respond.” The job, of course, was “Old Testament prophet.” God sent Ezekiel to the Israelite exiles (v. 33). One would think that having already experienced God’s judgment—the Babylonian conquest—they would have been eager to listen and obey. Instead, they “listened” as if the prophet were an entertaining singer (v. 32), then went off and did as they pleased. Their mouths said the right words, but their hearts were in the wrong place (v. 31). They completely failed to put God’s words into practice (see days 9 and 10). Why did they fail to do so? They didn’t take sin seriously. The “detestable things” they had done were the reason for Jerusalem’s fall and their exile (vv. 27–29). We can infer that they didn’t take sin seriously because they didn’t take the Law seriously. Moses had taught repeatedly that keeping God’s covenant would lead to blessing, and breaking it would lead to judgment (see, for example, Lev. 26:14–45). Because they didn’t take sin or the Law seriously, they ignored God’s prophet as well. It seems they were presuming on God’s mercy and hoped their punishment would be over soon. As a result, they hypocritically “listened” to Ezekiel while focusing not on sin and repentance but on “unjust gain” or on their own advantage (v. 31). Though God knew the people wouldn’t respond rightly, Ezekiel’s ministry wasn’t a failure. God, whose standards are different from ours, counted him a success due to his faithful obedience. >> How much of your self-worth do you get from your earthly success? It’s difficult for us to escape this emphasis in our culture. Remember, God sees things differently!

Yung Daddy
#170 - They Know How to Hurt You with Mike Recine

Yung Daddy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 53:30


Today on the show we welcome the hilarious @mikerecine! Mike is a comedian and the host of The Sit Down Podcast. We ended up talking about how he got married and had a kid during the pandemic, whether artists should be open about their politics or not, democrats vs republicans, the covid booster and much more. If you're enjoying the episode please like, comment, share, tweet at us, do whatever you can to help us beat the algorithm! See Mike in Minneapolis this week: https://dojour.us/e/15436 See Lev in New York this week: https://thestandnyc.com/shows/show/3647/20220113-800-pm-lev-fer-friends Patreon for ad free episodes and weekly bonus episodes: Patreon.com/levfer All of Lev's links: https://linktr.ee/levfer" Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Real Ass Podcast
DCCXC. Pela-ton Of Fun (Lev Fer And Andy Fiori)

Real Ass Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 61:51


Lev Fer and Andy Fiori join Luis J. Gomez and Zac Amico and discuss the Crack Amico contest, whether Lev is too fat for leggings, Luis trying to help Lev lose weight by going keto, choosing a gun for Luis and Big Jay Oakerson's new "Gun in the Butt" challenge, PBR and the first brand apology of 2022, the Long Island teacher who vaccinated a 17 year old boy, whether Luis was able to avoid a ticket by using an MTA vest and so much more!(Air Date: January 7th, 2022)Support our sponsors!YoKratom.com - Check out Yo Kratom (the home of the $60 kilo) for all your kratom needsSend your submissions to be the next Crack Amico by January 31st to RealAssOfficial@gmail.comSend your Be Luis Assistant submissions to RealAssOfficial@gmail.com!Submit to be Luis' sparring partner by sending a video and your information to RealAssOfficial@gmail.com!Real Ass Podcast merchandise is available at https://podcastmerch.com/collections/real-ass-podcastYou can watch Real Ass Podcast LIVE for FREE every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 11am ET at GaSDigitalNetwork.com/LIVEOnce you're there you can sign up at GaSDigitalNetwork.com with promo code: RAP for a 7-day FREE trial with access to every Real Ass Podcast show ever recorded! On top of that you'll also have the same access to ALL the shows that GaS Digital Network has to offer!Follow the whole show on social media!Lev FerTwitter: https://twitter.com/thelevfershowInstagram: https://instagram.com/levferAndy FioriTwitter: https://twitter.com/andyfioriInstagram: https://instagram.com/andyfioriLuis J. GomezTwitter: https://twitter.com/luisjgomezInstagram: https://instagram.com/gomezcomedyYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/LuisJGomezComedyTwitch: https://www.twitch.tv/prrattlesnakeWebsite: https://LuisOfSkanks.comZac AmicoTwitter: https://twitter.com/zaspookshowInstagram: https://instagram.com/zacisnotfunnyGaS Digital NetworkTwitter: https://twitter.com/gasdigitalInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gasdigital/See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Christ Church (Moscow, ID)
For Glory to Appear

Christ Church (Moscow, ID)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 52:31


INTRODUCTION Here the priests of Israel are ordained, and their garments and the sacrifices that set them apart proclaiming our salvation in Jesus Christ. He is our High Priest who leads us in worship every Lord's Day to offer our sacrifices of praise, and by His ministry, our worship is made potent to batter the gates of Hell and turn the course of human history. THE TEXT “And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying, Take Aaron and his sons with him, and the garments, and the anointing oil…” (Lev. 8-9) SUMMARY OF THE TEXT The ordination of the priests took place over the course of eight days (9:1, 8:32). On the first day, the congregation witnessed Aaron and his sons being washed, anointed, and dressed in their uniforms (8:1-13). Then three animals were sacrificed: a bull for sin offering (8:14-17), a ram for an ascension offering (8:18-21), and a ram of “ordination,” a sort of peace offering (8:22-29). Some of the oil and blood was sprinkled on Aaron and his sons after this, and they ate a meal at the doorway of the tent of meeting, where they were to remain for the next seven days (8:30-36). On the eighth day, two sets of sacrifices (one set for Aaron, one for the people) were offered so that “the glory of the Lord would appear” (9:1-7). Aaron offered a sin offering and an ascension offering for himself (9:8-14), and then he presented the sin offering, ascension offering, grain offering, and peace offerings for the people (9:15-21). Finally, Aaron lifted up his hands toward the people and blessed them, and the glory of the Lord appeared to all the people and fire consumed the offerings on the altar and the people shouted and fell on their faces (9:22-24). FOR GLORY AND BEAUTY Ever since the Garden of Eden, clothing has been deeply theological. When Adam and Eve sinned, their eyes were opened to see their own nakedness, and they tried to cover their own shame, but God made clothing for them from the skins of animals (Gen. 3:7, 21). This is the story of all human history: we have guilt and shame and either we try to hide it or we receive God's covering. Elsewhere, we are told that part of the reason the priests were given a uniform was to cover their nakedness (Ex. 28:42), but it was also for “glory and beauty” (Ex. 28:2, 40). This was to picture for Israel their need for salvation: instead of shame and mourning, God offered to provide “garments of salvation” (e.g. Is. 61:3, 10). This is the offer of the gospel: to be clothed in Christ. “And no creature is hidden from his sight, but all are naked and exposed to the eyes of him to whom we must give account. Since then we have a great high priest who has passed through the heavens, Jesus, the Son of God, let us hold fast our confession.” (Heb. 4:13-14). This is really what we mean by “clothed in Christ.” We mean that Christ is your great high priest, that His glory and beauty are your glory and beauty. Very practically, all clothing is either seeking to reflect this reality with fitting praise, gratitude, and glory, or else it is a reflection of man's own self-seeking arrogance and ostentation. THE ORDER OF THE SACRIFICES & COVENANT RENEWAL WORSHIP The ordination of the priests is one of the places we look to for our order of worship. While we need not insist that another order would be sinful, we want our worship to be “according to Scripture.” We know that Scripture commands us to confess our sins, to hear the Word read and preached, and to celebrate communion together, but what order are we to do it in? In the Old Testament when the three central sacrifices were offered (Sin, Ascension, and Peace), they always seem to be offered in the order seen here (Lev. 9:3-4 cf. 8:14-31) and in a couple other places (cf. Num. 6, Ez. 45:17). We see the same theological order in the covenant renewal at Sinai: blood is sprinkled on the altars and on the people (Sin), the elders ascend the mountain (Ascension), and they eat and drink with God (Peace) (Ex. 24). We call this order of worship “covenant renewal worship”: we confess our sins, we ascend to God through the Word read and preached, and we sit down to eat and drink at peace with God and one another. If you put a Call to Worship at the beginning and the Commissioning at the end, you have “5 Cs”: Call, Confession, Consecration, Communion, Commission. We call it “covenant renewal,” but we could just as easily call it the “gospel enacted”: we are summoned to worship God, but we know we are sinners in need of forgiveness, so we confess and are assured of God's pardon through Christ. Then we ascend into the presence of God in and through the Word of Christ which cuts us up on the altar. Finally, we feast at peace with God and one another before being charged and sent out with His blessing. CONCLUSIONS It's striking that God commands the people to ordain these men to the priesthood in a certain way so “that the glory of the Lord shall appear” (9:6). We see an analogous result in the ordination of deacons in the New Testament: when the apostles determined not to neglect the Word of God and prayer, they ordained seven men to oversee the physical needs of the congregation, and the “Word of God spread and the number of the disciples continued to increase greatly in Jerusalem…” (Acts 6:7). When God's people are obedient in appointing Spirit-filled leaders, the glory of the Lord appears, and more people turn to the Lord. The same thing is true about faithful and obedient worship in general. When we obey the Lord in our worship services, both inwardly and outwardly, seeking Christ in it all, the glory of the Lord appears. When our worship is ordered according to Scripture, God promises that even unbelievers will fall down and worship God, saying that God is truly in our midst (1 Cor. 14:25). This is not some kind of mechanical theological formula, but it is a sure promise of the Living God received by faith in Christ alone. The Book of Revelation can broadly be read as a heavenly worship service, with Christ our High Priest leading worship such that the judgments fall on the earth (Rev. 5-6ff). So we worship God in heaven on the Lord's Day so that God's Kingdom will come and His Will might be done on earth as it is in heaven. And with Christ our High Priest, it is sure to be done.

Strange Horizons
Poetry of the 3 January Issue, Read by Ciro Faienza

Strange Horizons

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 5:35


In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Ciro Faienza presents the poetry of the 3 January issue. “Coup” by Antonio Funches, read by Ciro Faienza. You can read the full text of the poem and more about Antonio here. “Who Came From The Woods ” by Lev Mirov, read by Ciro Faienza. You can read the full text of the poem and more about Lev here.

Two Guys and a Bible
S2E10 – Lesser Magistrates of History (Jehoiada and Petronius)

Two Guys and a Bible

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 36:03


(01:15) Part I: Law of the Day - "You shall not take vengeance or bear a grudge against the sons of your own people, but you shall love your neighbor as yourself: I am the LORD." (Lev. 19:18) (11:05) Part II: Today I look at some historical examples of lesser magistrates. First, I discuss Jehoiada from 2 Kings 11 and his resistance to Athaliah the usurper. Second, I consider the Roman Governor Publius Petronius and his resistance to Emperor Caligula. Both men had no guarantee of success, yet they stood firm in the face of tyranny and certain death, not out of a sense of rebellion, but in order to do the right thing. As always, if you have any civic/government related questions, feel free to email me at thegbgpodcast@gmail.com, and I will be happy to address them on the program. Thank you and God bless! Follow me on Facebook or Twitter or go to www.ericluppold.com Please support me on Patreon!

Iglesia Arecibo Pueblo
AL BORDE DE LA RENDICIÓN | PASTOR ÁNGEL A. RIVERA RIVERA

Iglesia Arecibo Pueblo

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 45:30


AL BORDE DE LA RENDICIÓN 1 Reyes 19:7 | Reina-Valera 1960 7 Y volviendo el ángel de Jehová la segunda vez, lo tocó, diciendo: Levántate y come, porque largo camino te resta. Una hermosa mañana en donde fuimos confrontados y Dios habló a nuestras vidas como lo hizo con Elías. Dios nos recordó que cuando nos sentimos cansados, listos para bajar las manos en un acto de rendición, el nos dice: Levántate, come algo, porque todavía hay camino (cosas) por recorrer (por hacer). Es un buen momento para decirle a Dios: ¡Aquí estoy, tómame tal como soy! ¡Estoy listo, dispuesto y disponible para tu trabajo! #ReadyWillingAble --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/iglesiaarecibopueblo/support

Dios de Pactos Florida
Palabras Transformadoras: Palabra Veraz (Parte 12) - Pr. Walter Arias - 1-2-22

Dios de Pactos Florida

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 51:01


Te lo juro por mi madre.Te lo juro por Diosito lindo.Por lo más sagrado del mundo.Que me caiga un rayo en la cabeza si lo que te digo no es verdad. (Efectosonido de un gran trueno)Parece que esta costumbre de los pueblos es meramente eso …unacostumbre de enseñanzas ancestrales recibidas.O quizá solo son muletillas de comunicación que se pronuncian por laidiosincrasia de los pueblos.Tal vez es la necesidad de que se le crea a una persona su argumento.Quizá es una enseñanza bíblica a medias… y esto tiene también gransentido.En el Sermón del Monte Jesús hace referencia una vez más a uno de losmandamientos que tiene base en el decálogo, esta vez es el 3ro y queposteriormente en Levítico 19:12 y aún lo lleva a otra extensión más grande.Una vez más Jesús a sus discípulos y congregantes del Monte les sube losestándares de la excelencia.Esta enseñanza tiene como objetivo que los oyentes sean personas veraces,tan veraces que solo su palabra baste sin necesidad de poner otras garantíasde por medio.33 Además habéis oído que fue dicho a los antiguos: No perjurarás, sinocumplirás al Señor tus juramentos.34 Pero yo os digo: No juréis en ninguna manera; ni por el cielo, porquees el trono de Dios;35 ni por la tierra, porque es el estrado de sus pies; ni por Jerusalén,porque es la ciudad del gran Rey.36 Ni por tu cabeza jurarás, porque no puedes hacer blanco o negro unsolo cabello.37 Pero sea vuestro hablar: Sí, sí; no, no; porque lo que es más de esto,de mal procede.Mateo 5:33-37Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=TU4ST3G79LFDE&source=url)

Christ Church (Moscow, ID)
Your Reasonable Service

Christ Church (Moscow, ID)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 52:05


INTRODUCTION We have already covered the 5 main sacrifices in the first five chapters, but the next two focus on specific tasks and duties of the priests with regard to the sacrifices. Here, God is instructing Israel to obey carefully, making distinctions between holy and common, clean and unclean. REVIEW Leviticus 1: Ascension/Burnt Offering – God invites us to draw near with all that we are: the whole animal goes on the altar. Leviticus 2: Tribute/Grain Offering – God provides our daily bread and all things, and therefore, He claims our full allegiance: bread on the altar. Leviticus 3: Peace Offering – God invites us to have fellowship with Him and one another with a meal: the fat goes on the altar and we eat together in the presence of God. Leviticus 4: Sin Offering – Sin defiles us and our land, but God takes it upon Himself so we can be clean: the blood goes in front of the veil and on the altar for cleansing, the carcass is burned outside the camp. Leviticus 5: Guilt/Reparation Offering – All sin requires repentance and sometimes restitution: a ram for the Lord and restoring what was lost or stolen plus twenty percent. THE TEXT “Then the Lord spoke to Moses, saying, ‘Command Aaron and his sons, saying, ‘This is the law for the burnt offering…” (Lev. 6:8-7:38) SUMMARY OF THE TEXT While the earlier chapters described God's provision of sacrifice for Israelites to draw near, here God gives commands to the priests for carrying them out. Instructions include the continual sacrifice, every morning and evening for the Ascension Offering (6:9-14), which portions of the Tribute Offerings (grain) belong to the priests (6:15-6:23), how the blood of the Sin Offering consecrates whatever it touches (6:24-30), how the Reparation Offering is like the Sin Offering and who may eat it (7:1-7), as well as the skin and Tribute grain that belong to the priests (7:8-10). Peace Offerings may be made on occasions of thanksgiving (with unleavened and leavened bread), or upon the completion of vows, or as a voluntary offering, but must be eaten on the day of the offering (thanksgiving) or on the second day (vows/voluntary) (7:11-18). The meat of the Peace Offering must be kept ceremonially clean, ceremonial cleanness is required for all who partake of the Peace Offerings, and any unclean who partake are to be cut off from the people (7:19-21). While the Israelites may use the fat of animals for other purposes, they may not eat it, especially from a sacrifice, nor drink the blood (7:22-27). Finally, while individual Israelites must bring their own the Peace Offerings, the priests are to receive their portion and see to it that the fat is burned (7:28-36). This concludes the law of all the sacrifices and offerings (7:28-38). HOLY, CLEAN, UNCLEAN, & CUT OFF We will have opportunity to consider these categories more as we go on, but just notice how God is requiring the priests and the people to pay close attention to details: clean (6:11), holy (6:18), most holy (6:25, 29), clean (7:19), unclean (7:20-21). These generally correspond to whom the sacrifice belongs (holy/priests, clean/congregation). And those who fail to honor these distinctions are to be “cut off” (7:21, 25, 27). This means they are excommunicated from the presence of the Lord while the uncleanness persists, often only requiring a washing (Lev. 22:3-7). While these instructions are primarily given to the priests, we see that individual Israelites are also responsible to make sure the priests are following the instructions (7:18). The overarching principle here is the holiness of God. On the one hand, one does not just saunter into the presence of God, and yet, on the other hand, the whole sacrificial system was God making a way for sinners to draw near. These categories were training wheels for New Covenant holiness. In the New Covenant, the holy blood of Jesus has gone into the Most Holy Place and splashed on this planet earth, consecrating the whole world to the Lord. Zechariah foretells this when he described a day when the bells on the horses would be consecrated with “Holiness to the Lord” as well as every pot in Jerusalem (Zech. 14:20-21). This is particularly true of believers who have been sanctified with the blood of Jesus (Heb. 10:29). All that we do and touch is now holy to the Lord. In the New Covenant there is only “one baptism,” one washing, but we apply the promise of that cleansing through confession of sin: “But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship one with another, and the blood of Jesus Christ his Son cleanseth us from all sin” (1 Jn. 1:7). This is also the goal of all correction (Gal. 6:1, Mt. 18:15). This requires Christians to not be unequally yoked with unbelievers: “Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing, and I will receive you” (2 Cor. 6:17). And yet, if God saves you in a situation where you are already yoked to an unbeliever, trust Him to use it to sanctify the unbelieving spouse, otherwise the children would be unclean (1 Cor. 7:14). So an unbeliever is not a marital option for believers, but when it comes to friends and business partners, the question is: which way is the influence going? “Keep yourselves in the love of God, looking for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ unto eternal life. And of some have compassion, making a difference: and others save with fear, pulling them out of the fire; hating even the garment spotted by the flesh” (Jude 21-23). CONCLUSION: YOUR REASONABLE SERVICE While God raises up teachers and ministers, all believers have priestly responsibilities in the New Covenant: “Ye also, as living stones, are built up a spiritual house, an holy priesthood, to offer up spiritual sacrifices, acceptable to God by Jesus Christ… But ye are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, an holy nation, a peculiar people; that ye should shew forth the praises of him who hath called you out of darkness into his marvelous light” (1 Pet. 2:5, 9, cf. Rev. 1:5-6). The Bereans were more noble because they “received the word with all readiness of mind, and searched the Scriptures daily, whether those things were so” (Acts 17:11). “I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service” (Rom. 12:1). “Let us draw near with a true heart in full assurance of faith, having our hearts sprinkled from an evil conscience, and our bodies washed with pure water” (Heb. 10:22).

Evangelio del día y su meditación
Evangelio del Martes 28 de Diciembre. Santos Inocentes. Mateo 2,13-18

Evangelio del día y su meditación

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 5:19


Mt 2,13-18. Después de la partida de los magos, el Angel del Señor se apareció en sueños a José y le dijo: "Levántate, toma al niño y a su madre, huye a Egipto y permanece allí hasta que yo te avise, porque Herodes va a buscar al niño para matarlo". José se levantó, tomó de noche al niño y a su madre, y se fue a Egipto. Allí permaneció hasta la muerte de Herodes, para que se cumpliera lo que el Señor había anunciado por medio del Profeta: Desde Egipto llamé a mi hijo. Al verse engañado por los magos, Herodes se enfureció y mandó matar, en Belén y sus alrededores, a todos los niños menores de dos años, de acuerdo con la fecha que los magos le habían indicado. Así se cumplió lo que había sido anunciado por el profeta Jeremías: En Ramá se oyó una voz, hubo lágrimas y gemidos: es Raquel, que llora a sus hijos y no quiere que la consuelen, porque ya no existen. Voz y Meditación Fr Pedro Brassesco. www.rosariodelaaurora.org

Evangelio Católico del Día
Martes Diciembre 28, 2021 | Mateo 2:13-18

Evangelio Católico del Día

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 1:31


Después de que los magos partieron de Belén, el ángel del Señor se le apareció en sueños a José y le dijo: “Levántate, toma al niño y a su madre y huye a Egipto. Quédate allá hasta que yo te avise, porque Herodes va a buscar al niño para matarlo”. José se levantó y esa misma noche tomó al niño y a su madre y partió para Egipto, donde permaneció hasta la muerte de Herodes. Así se cumplió lo que dijo el Señor por medio del profeta: De Egipto llamé a mi hijo. Cuando Herodes se dio cuenta de que los magos lo habían engañado, se puso furioso y mandó matar, en Belén y sus alrededores, a todos los niños menores de dos años, conforme a la fecha que los magos le habían indicado. Así se cumplieron las palabras del profeta Jeremías: En Ramá se ha escuchado un grito, se oyen llantos y lamentos: es Raquel que llora por sus hijos y no quiere que la consuelen, porque ya están muertos.

GodCast: Hablar con Jesús

”Levántate toma al niño y a su madre huye a Egipto y quédate allí hasta que yo te diga, porque Herodes va a buscar al niño para matarlo”. Las dificultades en nuestra vida reclaman nuestra oración, una unión más intensa con Dios, para tener una disposición humilde, generosa y sacrificada, y cumplir aquello que el Señor dispone.

Evangelio de hoy - Viralizando el Evangelio
Los Santos Inocentes - Hubo lágrimas y gemidos: es Raquel, que llora a sus hijos - Martes 28 diciembre 2021

Evangelio de hoy - Viralizando el Evangelio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 1:14


Hubo lágrimas y gemidos: es Raquel, que llora a sus hijos y no quiere que la consuelen, porque ya no existen Hola, soy Alekz ¡Vamos a viralizar el Evangelio! Evangelio de hoy en audio, ¡suscríbete para escuchar siempre el evangelio del día! 28 de diciembre de 2021 Los Santos Inocentes, mártires, Fiesta Evangelio según San Mateo 2,13-18. Después de la partida de los magos, el Angel del Señor se apareció en sueños a José y le dijo: "Levántate, toma al niño y a su madre, huye a Egipto y permanece allí hasta que yo te avise, porque Herodes va a buscar al niño para matarlo". José se levantó, tomó de noche al niño y a su madre, y se fue a Egipto. Allí permaneció hasta la muerte de Herodes, para que se cumpliera lo que el Señor había anunciado por medio del Profeta: Desde Egipto llamé a mi hijo. Al verse engañado por los magos, Herodes se enfureció y mandó matar, en Belén y sus alrededores, a todos los niños menores de dos años, de acuerdo con la fecha que los magos le habían indicado. Así se cumplió lo que había sido anunciado por el profeta Jeremías: En Ramá se oyó una voz, hubo lágrimas y gemidos: es Raquel, que llora a sus hijos y no quiere que la consuelen, porque ya no existen. Web: https://evangelio.mx Spotify: https://bit.ly/evangeliospotify Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/evangelioitunes Twitter: https://twitter.com/ViralEvangelio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ViralizandoElEvangelio Instagram: https://instagram.com/viralizandoelevangelio YouTube: https://bit.ly/ViralizandoElEvangelioYouTube

Soy Claretiano
Lámpara para mis pasos 28/dic/2021

Soy Claretiano

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 9:56


Meditación del Evangelio según San Mateo 2, 13-18 por el biblista P. Norberto Padilla, misionero claretiano. Herodes mandó matar a todos los niños en Belén. Fiesta de los Santos Inocentes. Canción: La Vida Ganó / He Nacido Para Reinar, de Cindy Esparza ---------- Lectura del santo evangelio según san Mateo 2, 13-18 Después que los magos se fueron, el ángel del Señor se apareció en sueños a José y le dijo: – Levántate, toma al Niño y a Su Madre, huye a Egipto y quédate allí hasta que yo te avise, porque Herodes va a buscar al Niño para matarlo. José se levantó de noche, tomó al Niño y a Su Madre y partió hacia Egipto, donde permaneció hasta la muerte de Herodes. Así se cumplió lo que había anunciado el Señor por el profeta: “De Egipto llamé a Mi Hijo”. Entonces Herodes, viéndose burlado por los Magos, se enfureció tanto que mandó a matar a todos los niños de Belén y de todos sus alrededores que tuvieran menos de dos años, conforme a la información que había recibido de los Magos. Así se cumplió lo anunciado por el profeta Jeremías: “Se ha escuchado en Ramá, un clamor, un gran llanto y lamento: es Raquel que llora por sus hijos y no quiere consolarse porque ya no existen. Palabra del Señor... Gloria a ti, Señor Jesús. #SoyClaretiano #Evangelio #MisionerosClaretianos Música de introducción: Lámpara Es Tu Palabra, de Ain Karem

Evangelio del Día
Reflexión del Evangelio del 28 - 12 - 2021

Evangelio del Día

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 6:39


Mt 2, 13-18 Después de que los magos partieron de Belén, el ángel del Señor se le apareció en sueños a José y le dijo: “Levántate, toma al niño y a su madre y huye a Egipto. Quédate allá hasta que yo te avise, porque Herodes va a buscar al niño para matarlo”. José se levantó y esa misma noche tomó al niño y a su madre y partió para Egipto, donde permaneció hasta la muerte de Herodes. Así se cumplió lo que dijo el Señor por medio del profeta: De Egipto llamé a mi hijo. Cuando Herodes se dio cuenta de que los magos lo habían engañado, se puso furioso y mandó matar, en Belén y sus alrededores, a todos los niños menores de dos años, conforme a la fecha que los magos le habían indicado. Así se cumplieron las palabras del profeta Jeremías: En Ramá se ha escuchado un grito, se oyen llantos y lamentos: es Raquel que llora por sus hijos y no quiere que la consuelen, porque ya están muertos.

La catequesis del dìa de Tiziana, Apòstol de la Vida Interior
reflexiones sobre el Evangelio del martes 28 de diciembre de 2021 (Mt 2, 13-18)

La catequesis del dìa de Tiziana, Apòstol de la Vida Interior

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 7:14


- Presione el botón PLAY para escuchar la catequesis del día, y comparte si lo quieres -+ Del Evangelio según san Mateo +Cuando se marcharon los magos, el ángel del Señor se apareció en sueños a José y le dijo: «Levántate, coge al niño y a su madre y huye a Egipto; quédate allí hasta que yo te avise, porque Herodes va a buscar al niño para matarlo.»José se levantó, cogió al niño y a su madre, de noche, se fue a Egipto y se quedó hasta la muerte de Herodes. Así se cumplió lo que dijo el Señor por el profeta: «Llamé a mi hijo, para que saliera de Egipto.» Al verse burlado por los magos, Herodes montó en cólera y mandó matar a todos los niños de dos años para abajo, en Belén y sus alrededores, calculando el tiempo por lo que había averiguado de los magos. Entonces se cumplió el oráculo del profeta Jeremías: «Un grito se oye en Ramá, llanto y lamentos grandes; es Raquel que llora por sus hijos, y rehúsa el consuelo, porque ya no viven.»Palabra de Dios.

Bible Geeks Daily Download
"Different Voices"

Bible Geeks Daily Download

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 4:57


Cross TrainingListen Carefully to Wise InstructionRead or WatchThis year at a teen event, we had a competition where several teams had to guide a blindfolded teammate through a maze using only their voice. It was fun but a little chaotic, as our young folks tried to make their way, discerning between different voices and instructions: "Turn left!" "No, right!" "Keep going, you're doing great!" It's a bit like the different advice we receive as we navigate our own twists and turns. Who do you listen to — or should you just shut the voices out, determined to stumble along on your own?We're Cross Training to develop our lifelong learning, the last of twelve marks of the Master we've worked on this year. Lifelong learning comes when we follow Jesus as disciples, hunger and thirst after righteousness, examine ourselves, and seek out wise counsel. So why do we need wise advisors, and how do we find them?What You Need to KnowNaturally, what makes sense to you makes sense to you! But we all need to hear other points of view. Even a fool is "right in his own eyes, but a wise man listens to advice" (Prov. 12:15). If you think going it alone — listening to no one — proves your strength, remember that the battle usually goes to those with the best counselors: "Plans are established by counsel; by wise guidance wage war" (Prov. 20:18). In fact, while you don't want to listen to just anyone, this is one area of life where more is usually better. "Without counsel plans fail, but with many advisers they succeed" (Prov. 15:22).So when you come to a crossroads and face a challenging decision, look for those who can help you choose the right way. And even in your day-to-day walk, who would you love to take with you on this journey, to help you see things clearly and live well? Looking around your life, fill your cabinet of advisors asking yourself, "who do I want to have in my ear?" Prayerfully build relationships with mentors and friends who exhibit the fruit of the Spirit as those who "belong to Christ Jesus" (Gal. 5:22-24).What You Need to DoChoose your advisors carefully. Give attention to "your father's instruction" and "your mother's teaching" (Prov. 1:8). Rather than leaning toward those with whom you have the most in common, look for wisdom and the fear of the Lord (Prov. 9:10). Unlike Rehoboam, who lost part of his kingdom by choosing the advice of his young friends over older counselors (1 Kings 12), seek out mentors and thinking partners who have more experience than you (cf. Prov. 16:31). As Job said, "Wisdom is with the aged, and understanding in length of days" (Job 12:12). That doesn't mean we should "despise" the wisdom of young, faithful people (1 Tim. 4:12). To the contrary, they too can offer a unique and helpful perspective, holding to their "sincere faith" in the word they've received (2 Tim. 1:5).Humbly listen, even when it's uncomfortable to hear. Never become too proud for correction, since anyone "who hates reproof is stupid" (Prov. 12:1). Find the "sweetness of a friend" in their "earnest counsel" (Prov. 27:9), even when their "faithful ... wounds" of correction (Prov. 27:5-6) hurt all the more for their frankness and love (Lev. 19:17-18).Don't equate any human's advice with God's wisdom. To David and Absalom, "the counsel Ahithophel gave was as if one consulted the word of God" (2 Sam. 16:23). That can get dangerous even with the most sage and experienced advisor. Wisdom can come in a lot of varieties from a lot of sources, some better than others (cf. James 3:13-17). Christ's disciple will always look first to the "Wonderful Counselor" (Isa. 9:6; cf. Isa. 11:2). And so this series ends where it began — Cross Training under the instruction and example of the Master!Through the WeekRead (Mon) — Luke 2:40-52; Matt. 7:6; Psalm 1:1-6; 1 Cor. 15:33; 1 Thess. 5:6-14Reflect (Tue) — Who are my counselors now, and who should I seek to advise me?Request (Wed) — "Holy Father, fill my life with an abundance of wise counselors" (cf. Prov. 15:22).Respond (Thu) — Buy lunch for a wise, older saint, enjoying their company and taking in their insights.Reach Out (Fri) — How has wise counsel made a difference in your life?Support the Show

What the Hell Happened to Them?

Podcast for a deep examination into the career and life choices of Julia Roberts. Patrick thinks he's been cursed by a circus-folk that he cut in line at the deli. Joes is surprised to hear that delis still exist. Lev offers to buy the whole gang lunch, but there is an ulterior motive. What could he be planning? Find out on this week's episode of 'What the Hell Happened to Them?' Email the cast at whathappenedtothem@gmail.com Disclaimer: This episode was recorded in December 2021. References may feel confusing and/or dated unusually quickly. 'Closer' is available on DVD, Blu-ray, & (oddly expensive) VHS: https://www.amazon.com/Oceans-Twelve-Italian-george-clooney/dp/B0041KW5ZI/ref=tmm_blu_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1639492893&sr=1-4 Music from 'Icy Violence' by Sad Night Dynamite   Artwork from BJ West   quixotic, united, skeyhill, vekeman, julia, roberts, syzygy, ocean, ocean's, twelve, mac, clooney, pitt, damon, garcia, affleck, caan, heist, frasier

Un Mensaje a la Conciencia
«Mi esposa es mi medio hermana»

Un Mensaje a la Conciencia

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 4:01


En este mensaje tratamos el caso de un hombre que «descargó su conciencia» de manera anónima en nuestro sitio www.conciencia.net y nos autorizó a que lo citáramos, como sigue: «Soy un padre de cuarenta y un años con un matrimonio de doce años.... He tenido que vivir con una carga inmensa sobre mi conciencia todos estos años.... »Varias veces he querido acercarme a Dios, pero la culpa ha sido más fuerte. Mi pastor me ha dicho que esto proviene de la raíz de que ella es mi medio hermana, hija de mi padre, y que debo separarme.... »... Dios en su Palabra prohíbe esta relación específica, pero estoy casado y tengo una familia, cuatro hijos que me aman y me esperan. No sé si debo divorciarme y dejarlos. ¡Ayúdeme, por favor!» Este es el consejo que le dio mi esposa: «Estimado amigo: »Tiene razón de que hay varios versículos en la Biblia que prohíben el matrimonio entre parientes cercanos. Uno de esos versículos, Levítico 18:9, especifica que no debemos casarnos con una hermana o medio hermana. »Se cree que esa ley no se le dio a Adán y a Eva en el principio porque había tan pocas personas que era imposible evitar casarse con un pariente cercano. Pero cuando la tierra ya estaba más poblada, Dios quiso evitar las consecuencias físicas y emocionales negativas, así que estableció reglas para lograrlo. »Basados en estudios científicos que han demostrado que es más probable que los hijos de parientes biológicos cercanos nazcan con defectos congénitos, muchos países del mundo han aprobado leyes para evitar los matrimonios entre hermanos. Usted no dice que ninguno de sus cuatro hijos padece de defectos congénitos, con lo que demuestra que los defectos congénitos son posibles, pero no indefectibles.... »En el caso suyo, sus hijos ya han nacido y necesitan su amor, atención y apoyo. Si bien le instamos a que evite futuros embarazos, no creemos que, a estas alturas, Dios quiera que se separe de su esposa y de su familia. »Es cierto que usted quebrantó la ley de Dios cuando se casó con su medio hermana. Sin embargo, Él puede perdonar ese pecado, así como está dispuesto a perdonar todos los demás pecados que usted haya cometido. Jesucristo, el Hijo de Dios, murió para llevar el castigo por todos nuestros pecados, así que no tenemos que vivir sintiéndonos culpables y condenados. Pídale que lo perdone por haberlo desobedecido, y luego confíe en que Él lo perdonará. El pecado sí nos separa de Dios, pero Cristo hace posible que nos reconciliemos con Él. »En el caso de que algunos de sus hijos padezcan defectos congénitos, entonces esas son las consecuencias naturales del pecado que usted cometió, y no un castigo de parte de Dios. Él no quita las consecuencias naturales, pero sí quita las consecuencias eternas cuando le pedimos que nos perdone.» Con eso termina lo que recomienda Linda, mi esposa. El consejo completo, que por falta de espacio no pudimos incluir en esta edición, puede leerse con sólo ingresar en el sitio www.conciencia.net y pulsar la pestaña que dice: «Casos», y luego buscar el Caso 546. Carlos ReyUn Mensaje a la Concienciawww.conciencia.net

Hogares De Pacto
Diciembre 24- Reuniones bendecidas. Salmos 133 al 135

Hogares De Pacto

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 4:50


Notas. Inglés y Español ⬇️December 24: Blessed Meetings.Psalms 133:1-3: Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity! It is like the precious oil upon the head, running down on the beard, the beard of Aaron, running down on the edge of his garments. It is like the dew of Hermon, descending upon the mountains of Zion; for there the Lord commanded the blessing— life forevermore.Psalms 134:1-3: Behold, bless the Lord, all you servants of the Lord, who by night stand in the house of the Lord! Lift up your hands in the sanctuary, and bless the Lord. The Lord who made heaven and earth bless you from Zion!Psalms 135:1-7:Praise the Lord! Praise the name of the Lord; praise Him, O you servants of the Lord! You who stand in the house of the Lord, in the courts of the house of our God, praise the Lord, for the Lord is good; sing praises to His name, for it is pleasant. For the Lord has chosen Jacob for Himself, Israel for His special treasure. For I know that the Lord is great, and our Lord is above all gods. Whatever the Lord pleases He does, in heaven and in earth, in the seas and in all deep places. He causes the vapors to ascend from the ends of the earth; He makes lightning for the rain; He brings the wind out of His treasuries.Here we are going to conclude the last psalms of pilgrimage to the temple which are 133 and 134.Psalm 133 is very short but it shows us one of the supernatural events that happen when we meet in the house of the Lord. In our meetings the Lord manifests Himself and pours out blessing and eternal life! But with a great condition: if God sees that we are gathered together in harmony, maintaining peace and promoting unity. So let's overcome the differences that exist between us and be more tolerant so that we can live together and receive God's blessings when we come together.Psalm 134 is very beautiful because it shows us what happened in the temple at dusk. In ancient times it was established that the Levites, that is the descendants of the tribe of Levi, would take turns taking care of the temple. In addition to the sentinels who guarded the property surrounding the temple, King David also placed worship leaders and musicians to worship the Lord throughout the night. This psalm expresses words of encouragement and admiration for those who were on duty and kept vigil all night exalting the name of Jesus.Remember, the Lord receives your prayer at night when sleep is gone and you decide to enter His presence to leave your burdens. He also receives your prayer when you dedicate that time to worship Him at dawn. Psalm 135 shows us, first, the privilege of being called and gathered by God. Then he retold what they lived in Egypt and how God took them out with a strong hand, humiliating their enemies. That is why it also refers to the difference between the God of Israel and the gold and silver gods of the other nations. Our God delivers us, protects and blesses His children. Remember that, just like Israel, you too are its special treasure. Consider this:Have you worshiped God at night?Do you recognize that you are also His special treasure?I am your friend Eduardo Rodríguez. May the Lord hear your prayer day and night. ≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈Diciembre 24: Reuniones bendecidas.Salmos 133:1‭-‬3 RVA2015:¡He aquí, cuán bueno y cuán agradable es que los hermanos habiten juntos en armonía! Es como el buen aceite sobre la cabeza, el cual desciende sobre la barba, la barba de Aarón, y baja hasta el borde de sus vestiduras. Es como el rocío del Hermón que desciende sobre los montes de Sion; porque allá enviará el SEÑOR bendición y vida eterna.Salmos 134:1-3 RVA2015:He aquí, bendigan al SEÑOR, ustedes, todos los siervos del SEÑOR que están en la casa del SEÑOR por las noches. Alcen sus manos hacia el santuario y bendigan al SEÑOR. El SEÑOR, que hizo los cielos y la tierra, te bendiga desde Sion.Salmos 135:1‭-‬7 RVA2015:¡Aleluya!. ¡Alaben el nombre del SEÑOR! Alábenle, oh siervos del SEÑOR, ustedes que están en la casa del SEÑOR, en los atrios de la casa de nuestro Dios. Alaben al SEÑOR porque el SEÑOR es bueno; canten salmos a su nombre porque es agradable. Porque el SEÑOR ha escogido a Jacob para sí, a Israel como su especial tesoro. Porque yo sé que grande es el SEÑOR; nuestro Señor es más que todos los dioses. El SEÑOR ha hecho todo lo que ha querido en los cielos y en la tierra, en los mares y en todos los océanos. Él hace subir la neblina desde los extremos de la tierra. Hace los relámpagos para la lluvia y saca el viento de sus depósitos.Aquí vamos a concluir los últimos salmos de peregrinación al templo que son el 133 y el 134.El salmo 133 es muy corto pero nos muestra uno de los eventos sobrenaturales que suceden cuando nos reunimos en la casa del Señor. ¡En nuestras reuniones el Señor se manifiesta y derrama bendición y vida eterna!, pero con una gran condición: si Dios ve que estamos reunidos juntos en armonía, manteniendo la paz y promoviendo la unidad. Así que superemos las diferencias que hay entre nosotros y seamos más tolerantes para poder convivir juntos y recibir las bendiciones de Dios al congregarnos.El salmo 134 es muy bonito porque nos enseña lo que pasaba en el templo al anochecer. En la antigüedad estaba establecido que los levitas, o sea los descendientes de la tribu de Leví, se turnaran para cuidar el templo. Además de los centinelas que protegían la propiedad que rodeaba el templo, el rey David también colocó líderes de alabanza y músicos para que adoraran al Señor durante toda la noche. Este salmo expresa palabras de ánimo y admiración para aquellos que estaban de turno y hacían vigilia toda la noche exaltando el nombre de Jesús.Recuerda, el Señor recibe tu oración en las noches cuando se te va el sueño y decides entrar a su presencia para dejar tus cargas. También recibe tu oración cuando dedicas ese tiempo para adorarle en la madrugada. El salmo 135 nos muestra, primeramente, el privilegio de ser llamados y recogidos por Dios. Después hizo un recuento de lo que ellos vivieron en Egipto y cómo Dios los sacó con mano fuerte, humillando a sus enemigos. Por eso también se refiere a la diferencia entre el Dios de Israel y los dioses de oro y plata de las demás naciones. Nuestro Dios nos libra, protege y bendice a sus hijos. Recuerda que, así como Israel, tú también eres su especial tesoro. Considera:¿Has adorado a Dios en las noches?¿Reconoces que tú también eres su especial tesoro?Soy tu amigo Eduardo Rodríguez. Que el Señor escuche tu oración de día y de noche. #HogaresDePacto #KingdomChurch #IglesiaElReino #IPUH #PastorCarlos #CarlosRodriguez#EduardoRodriguez #PoderCaster #salmos #salmo133 #salmo134 #salmo135

This Is The Day with Pastor Waid
90 Principalities and Powers Pt. 7 revisit

This Is The Day with Pastor Waid

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 37:01


Kingdom of darkness organization.  The Kingdom of Darkness is well equipped and very ready to fight.  Always remember, youare engaged in a battle with a very organized system of protocol and chain of command.  In this episode we will go through the organization that principalities and powers use as their structure.   What You Will Hear Principalities Powers, marriage, family, government, education and church Rulers of the darkness of this world  Spiritual wickedness in high places Devils and demons Spirits and regions of the underworld Spirit birds Familiar spirits Scriptures EZEKIEL 28:1-10; COLOSSIANS 2:15; COLOSSIANS 1:13; REVELATION 16:10; JUDE 6, 13; JEREMIAH 1:10; LUKE 11:16-26; ROMANS 8:14-23; DANIEL 10:10-13; ISAIAH 14:12-14; 2 CORINTHIANS 10:4-5; EPHESIANS 2:6, 3:10; MATTHEW 6:24; 8:16, 28; REVELATION 16:13-14; ISAIAH 14:9; EZEKIEL 32:17-32, JOB 41; 1ST COR 15:55; JOB 34:22; ISAIAH 14:19; ISAIAH 38:10; EZEKIEL 31:15; EZEKIEL 32:23; ISA 38:17, PSALMS 30:3; JOB 41:1-31; REV 18:2; REV 9:15-19; HAG 2:21-22; LEV 20:6 Mentioned IG @rooftopcrew Uncommon Gospel Network Flow Therapy Morning Show w/ Cocoa B and Frank Nitti Facebook, IG, Twitter @realpastorwaid Alex Teamer aka ATEAM Pastor Warren Campbell Lena Byrd Miles Shannon Jackson Shay-J Entertainment House of Noho Julian Payne I AM Music Group

The Gooner Talk
Can Arsenal Win The League Under KSE? | Lev & Sophie Join Tom For A Chat! | #LetsTalkArsenal

The Gooner Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 65:14


Can Arsenal Win The League Under KSE? | Lev & Sophie Join Tom For A Chat! | #LetsTalkArsenal SUBSCRIBE TO THE ARSENAL WAY: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAbau7DblBT5Kd943sBbEWQ Tom – Arsenal Fan Brand Writer/Presenter at Reach & football.london https://www.football.london/authors/tom-canton/ SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/the-gooner-talk Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1dThyaKjTVTqZALEtDkt4q?si=o_KpQoNURVWHFo9_4lAlTA iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-gooner-talk/id1555266302 Please leave us a nice review! Gooners vs Cancer: https://events.lls.org/pages/nca/goonersvscancer2021 Contact: DM open @TomCantonMedia Become a member, help support the channel and get access to exclusive content and logos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChxMBYdQ6ixNQk0b8rAuNRw/join Follow us on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheGoonerTalkTv Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thegoonertalk/?hl=en https://fantasy.premierleague.com/leagues/auto-join/j69rvc

Stories of Astonishing Light with KJ Nasrul
Tiny Astonishments: Embracing Endings and Beginnings | KJ Nasrul

Stories of Astonishing Light with KJ Nasrul

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 19:27


"To truly choose to love is heroic" - bell hooks It's the final episode of 2021. Today, KJ holds space to honor themes and threads of this unparalleled year: the practice of self-compassion by setting boundaries, participation in creativity, and listening to the dialogue of our body. Compassion is activism. Please leave a review for this podcast if our stories have astonished you as well. https://ratethispodcast.com/astonishingstoriesHave you thought about starting your own podcast? Join KJ and dear friend Suzanne Dressler this Winter in an intimate Creatives' Cohort to learn how to launch your own show with the surrounding support of other new podcasters.  Email KJ (kj@blissbeginswithin.com) with questions! Listen in to the Fan Favorites of SOAL 2021:   Ep 44 - on  Somatic Psychology with Arielle Schwartz      Ep 31 - on Gut Health, mental wealth with Lauren Bryson Episode Mentions: The  Majesty of bell hooks Closing Compassion Meditation gifted from  Fresh "Lev" White Intro & Outro music: Canada Lo Res by Pictures Of The Floating World Ep 63 background music is composed & performed by KJ NasrulConnect With KJ & Bliss Begins Within Work With KJ - Psychology Today IG:  @MusingsOnOther @BlissBeginsWithin @AdopteeSociety Website: https://blissbeginswithin.com  Receive love notes & invitations for creative gatherings  https://bit.ly/BlissBeginsList Clubhouse @kjnasrul Facebook & TwitterSupport the show (https://paypal.me/KJNasrulMFT )

Two Guys and a Bible
S2E9 – Defy Tyrants (Replay of Interview with Pastor Trewhella)

Two Guys and a Bible

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 57:13


(Originally aired in March, 2021) Part I: Law of the Day - "When you reap the harvest of your land, you shall not reap your field right up to its edge, neither shall you gather the gleanings after your harvest. And you shall not strip your vineyard bare, neither shall you gather the fallen grapes of your vineyard. You shall leave them for the poor and for the sojourner: I am the Lord your God.” (Lev. 19:9-10) (Timestamp 17:25) Part II: Interview with Pastor Matthew Trewhella about his book The Doctrine of the Lesser Magistrates As always, if you have any civic/government related questions, feel free to email me at thegbgpodcast@gmail.com, and I will be happy to address them on the program. Thank you and God bless! Follow me on Facebook or Twitter or go to www.ericluppold.com Please support me on Patreon!

Audio Devocional

«A la entrada de la ciudad había cuatro leprosos, que se decían el uno al otro: «¿Para qué nos quedamos aquí, esperando la muerte?... Así que se levantaron» (2 Reyes 7:3-5, AMP) No importa cuán terrible sea el problema por el cual estás atravesando, ni cuán sumido te encuentres bajo las circunstancias, en 24 horas podrías superar esos inconvenientes. “¡Oh, hermano Copeland, eso sería imposible!” Eso mismo pensaron los samaritanos en 2 Reyes 7. Su tierra estaba siendo asolada por el hambre. Las tropas enemigas tenían sitiada la ciudad y habían cortado toda ruta de suministro. Las madres se comían a sus propios hijos para poder subsistir. Pero justo en medio de toda esa tragedia, el Señor le dijo al profeta Eliseo que en 24 horas todo cambiaría. La harina y la cebada se venderían por unos cuantos centavos y habría abundancia para todos. ¿De qué se valió Dios para cambiar la situación? ¡De cuatro leprosos! En lugar de sentir lástima de sí mismos y esperar hasta morirse, estos leprosos decidieron levantarse y arriesgarse en el campo enemigo. Cuando llegaron, lo encontraron abandonado. Los ángeles de Dios habían hecho que el ejército entero huyera, y en el campo había quedado suficiente alimento para toda la ciudad de Samaria. Algunas veces actuamos como lo hicieron los líderes samaritanos. Nos concentramos en el problema, en lugar de concentrarnos en la Palabra de Dios. Ponemos tanta atención a la voz del mundo que perdemos la visión de nuestra victoria. Cuando eso sucede, la fe y el poder comienzan a disminuir y la vida se nos derrumba a la derecha y a la izquierda. Si te ha pasado eso, deja de lamentarte, deja de fijarte en el problema y de sentir lástima de ti mismo. ¡Eso no cambiará nada! Tal como lo hizo con Eliseo, Dios te ha dado una palabra. Te ha prometido darte la victoria. Te ha prometido hacerte vencedor. No te quedes ahí sentado, esperando hasta que mueras. No aceptes la derrota. Levántate en fe. Mantente firme en la Palabra de Dios y pelea por tu vida. Enójate con Satanás y échalo fuera. Enójate con la enfermedad. Enfurécete con la pobreza, y empieza a ofrendar. ¡Levántate y recibe la liberación del Señor! Lectura bíblica: 2 Reyes 6:24-33, 7:1-20   © 1997 – 2019 Eagle Mountain International Church Inc., también conocida como Ministerios Kenneth Copeland / Kenneth Copeland Ministries. Todos los derechos reservados.

Renuncia Feliz Podcast
948: 5 hábitos para el éxito en año nuevo

Renuncia Feliz Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 15:38


Incorpora estos hábitos en tus rutinas del nuevo año y verás lo que sucede: Levántate temprano Fija metas Crea múltiples fuentes de ingresos Lee algo todos los días Rodéate de personas que te superen Dale play y te explico. ---

What the Hell Happened to Them?

Podcast for a deep examination into the career and life choices of Julia Roberts. Joe eats bad grape and worries he has to go to the hospital. Patrick is forced to examine his self-worth after receiving a particularly large pile of hate mail. How many of those were written by Lev? Find out on this week's episode of 'What the Hell Happened to Them?' Email the cast at whathappenedtothem@gmail.com Disclaimer: This episode was recorded in December 2021. References may feel confusing and/or dated unusually quickly. 'Closer' is available on DVD, Blu-ray, & VHS: https://www.amazon.com/Closer-Blu-ray-Clive-Owen/dp/B004499LWQ/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=closer+blu+ray&qid=1639324980&s=movies-tv&sr=1-1 Music from 'The Photographer (opening)' by Philip Glass and 'Fingers' by The Seatbelts    Artwork from BJ West   quixotic, united, skeyhill, vekeman, julia, roberts, syzygy, closer, portman, law, owen, jude, nichols, oscars, theater, play, hollywood, directing

OrchardChurch.Life: Sermons
The God of Peace

OrchardChurch.Life: Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 39:56


In the Old Testament law, God required every firstborn male—which was considered the ‘strength' of the herd or family—to be presented to Him (Ex. 13:2). As the firstborn son was set apart for God, the parents had to redeem or ‘buy back' their son from service to the Lord with 5 shekels of silver (Num. 3:12; 18:14-16). God set a precedent that the future leaders of the families and clans would belong to Him from the day they were born. God expects men to lead with humility and love for others. This presentation would be a perpetual reminder that the nation belonged to God and they would find peace in trusting Him not their own strength. Human peace comes through submission to God (John 16:33; 2 Thess. 3:16). As lovers of God, Joseph and Mary came from Bethlehem to Jerusalem forty-one days after Jesus' birth to redeem him from service to the Lord at the Temple. Being poor, instead of a lamb, Mary gave two turtledoves; one for her purification and one for her sin offering (Lev. 12:6-8; Luke 1:47). While Joseph gave Jesus as his son of peace, as God's Son, Jesus would become the Prince of Peace for the whole world (Is. 9:6; John 3:16)!

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Mission Himpossible (Audio)

First Baptist Church La Grange, Texas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021


KALA: What blessing have your received or given recently? PRAYER: Psa. 119:57-64 RUTH 4:1-22 God may bless beyond your intercessions.      A. Focus on character no matter the consequences. Lev. 25:25 Deut. 25:5-10 Proverbs 10:7 Proverbs...

Hogares De Pacto
Diciembre 16 Nuevo Orden Sacerdotal Salmo 110-111

Hogares De Pacto

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 5:46


Notas. Inglés y Español ⬇️December 16: New Priestly Order.Psalm 110:1-7:The Lord said to my Lord, “Sit at My right hand, till I make Your enemies Your footstool.” The Lord shall send the rod of Your strength out of Zion. Rule in the midst of Your enemies! Your people shall be volunteers in the day of Your power; in the beauties of holiness, from the womb of the morning, You have the dew of Your youth.The Lord has sworn and will not relent, “You are a priest forever according to the order of Melchizedek.”The Lord is at Your right hand; He shall execute kings in the day of His wrath. He shall judge among the nations, He shall fill the places with dead bodies, He shall execute the heads of many countries. He shall drink of the brook by the wayside; therefore He shall lift up the head.Psalm 111:1-10: Praise the Lord! I will praise the Lord with my whole heart, in the assembly of the upright and in the congregation. The works of the Lord are great, studied by all who have pleasure in them. His work is honorable and glorious, and His righteousness endures forever. He has made His wonderful works to be remembered; the Lord is gracious and full of compassion. He has given food to those who fear Him; He will ever be mindful of His covenant. He has declared to His people the power of His works, in giving them the heritage of the nations. The works of His hands are verity and justice; all His precepts are sure. They stand fast forever and ever, and are done in truth and uprightness. He has sent redemption to His people; He has commanded His covenant forever: Holy and awesome is His name. The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom; a good understanding have all those who do His commandments.His praise endures forever.Yesterday we saw through Psalm 109 the moment of betrayal that Jesus suffered, when He was handed over to be crucified.In this psalm, 109, we see a Messiah but not suffering and dying. NO!, but one victorious, full of glory, and being exalted in heaven. Here we see one of the psalms that Paul used to teach about the priestly order that Jesus Christ came to impose in the new stage for the children of God now in the time of grace.Whereas at the time when Jesus came into the world, the priestly order was that of Aaron, according to the law of Moses. All were governed by this law and the priests were only descendants of the sons of Aaron. All the helpers who served in the temple and assisted the priests came from the tribe of Levi. But when Jesus Christ came, He came as king and priest of an eternal priestly order! This order is that of Melchizedek. The one who received from the hand of Abraham the tithes and offerings of the spoils of war that he obtained when he went to rescue his nephew Lot.Paul reveals to us that this Melchizedek is a king of a city called Salem which means Peace. And he is also a priest because Abraham honored him, offering the due offerings and sacrifices in gratitude to God for having delivered him. He is a type and figure of the Messiah. He represents Jesus Christ in the Old Testament. This is important to know because all of us who are believers in Jesus are no longer subject to the law of Moses or the order of Aaron, but to the order of Jesus Christ, where everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved, and where everyone who are washed by the blood of Jesus will be able to enter His presence and find forgiveness of sins. Jesus Christ is a priest according to the order of Melchizedek.If you want to study more on this topic, you can read chapters 5, 6 and 7 of Hebrews.Moving on to the next psalm, the 111, this was written in a Hebrew literary modality, where each written phrase begins with the letters of the Hebrew alphabet. So if it were our alphabet, the first verse begins with A, the second with B, and so on. Some Bibles still have these letters for reference to the reader. The psalmist composed a song honoring God and His wonderful benefits to His people and to the congregation of the righteous. This congregation is not only the descendants of Jacob, of the people of Israel, but in Revelation we read the description of a multitude like the sand of the sea, billions of people worshiping the Lord. Consider this:Are you ready and confident to be part of that multitude? I am your friend and brother Eduardo Rodríguez. ≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈Diciembre 16: Nuevo Orden Sacerdotal.Salmos 110:1‭-‬7 RVA2015:El SEÑOR dijo a mi señor: “Siéntate a mi diestra hasta que ponga a tus enemigos como estrado de tus pies”. El SEÑOR enviará desde Sion el cetro de tu poder; domina en medio de tus enemigos. En el día de tu poder tu pueblo se te ofrecerá voluntariamente en la hermosura de la santidad. Desde el nacimiento de la aurora tú tienes el rocío de la juventud. El SEÑOR juró y no se retractará: “Tú eres sacerdote para siempre, según el orden de Melquisedec”. El Señor está a tu mano derecha; aplastará a los reyes en el día de su ira. Juzgará entre las naciones; las llenará de cadáveres. Aplastará a los jefes sobre la extensa tierra. Beberá del arroyo en el camino, por lo cual levantará su cabeza.Salmos 111:1‭-‬10 RVA2015:¡Aleluya! Daré gracias al SEÑOR con todo mi corazón en la reunión y en la congregación de los rectos. Grandes son las obras del SEÑOR, buscadas por todos los que se complacen en ellas. Gloria y hermosura es su obra, y su justicia permanece para siempre. Hizo memorables sus maravillas; clemente y misericordioso es el SEÑOR. Da alimento a los que le temen; para siempre se acordará de su pacto. El poder de sus obras manifestó a su pueblo al darle la heredad de las naciones. Las obras de sus manos son verdad y justicia; fieles son todas sus ordenanzas. Son afirmadas eternamente y para siempre, hechas con verdad y rectitud. Ha enviado redención a su pueblo; para siempre ha ordenado su pacto. Santo y temible es su nombre. El principio de la sabiduría es el temor del SEÑOR. Buen entendimiento tienen todos los que ponen esto por obra. Su loor permanece para siempre.Ayer miramos por medio del salmo 108 el momento de la traición que sufrió Jesús, cuando fue entregado para ser crucificado.En este salmo, el 109, vemos a un Mesías pero no sufriendo y moribundo. ¡NO!, sino a uno victorioso, lleno de gloria, y siendo exaltado en los cielos. Aquí vemos uno de los salmos que Pablo usó para enseñar acerca del orden sacerdotal que Jesucristo vino a imponer en la nueva etapa para los hijos de Dios ahora en el tiempo de la gracia.en la época en que Jesús vino al mundo, la orden sacerdotal era la de Aarón, conforme a la ley de Moisés. Todos se regían bajo esta ley y los sacerdotes eran solamente los descendientes de los hijos de Aarón. Todos los ayudantes que servían en el templo y ayudaban a los sacerdotes venían de la tribu de Leví. Pero cuando Jesucristo vino, ¡Él vino como rey y sacerdote de una orden sacerdotal eterna! Esta orden es la de Melquisedec. Aquel que recibió de la mano de Abraham los diezmos y ofrendas de los despojos de guerra que obtuvo cuando fue a rescatar a su sobrino Lot.Pablo nos revela que este Melquisedec es un rey de una ciudad llamada Salem que significa Paz. Y es también sacerdote porque Abraham lo honró, ofreciendo las debidas ofrendas y sacrificios en agradecimiento a Dios por haberlo librado. Él es tipo y figura del Mesías. Él representa a Jesucristo en el antiguo testamento. Esto es importante saberlo porque todos aquellos que somos creyentes de Jesús ya no estamos sujetos a la ley de Moisés ni al orden de Aarón, sino al orden de Jesucristo, donde todo aquel que invoque el nombre del Señor será salvo, y donde todo aquel que esté lavado por la sangre de Jesús podrá entrar a su presencia y hallar el perdón de pecados. Jesuscristo es sacerdote según la orden de Melquisedec.Si quieres estudiar más sobre este tema, puedes leer los capítulos 5, 6 y 7 de Hebreos.Pasando al siguiente salmo, el 111, este fue escrito en una modalidad literaria hebrea, donde cada estrofa escrita comienza con las letras del alfabeto hebreo. Por decir, si fuera nuestro alfabeto,la primera estrofa comienza con la A, el segundo con la B, y así sucesivamente. Algunas Biblias todavía tienen estas letras como referencia al lector. El salmista compuso un canto honrando a Dios y sus maravillosas bondades para con su pueblo y con la congregación de los justos. Esta congregación no solo son los descendientes de Jacob, del pueblo de Israel sino que en Apocalipsis leemos la descripción de una multitud como la arena del mar, miles de millones de personas adorando al Señor. Considera:¿Estás listo y estás seguro de ser parte de esa multitud? Soy tu amigo y hermano Eduardo Rodríguez. #HogaresDePacto #KingdomChurch #IglesiaElReino #IPUH #PastorCarlos #CarlosRodriguez#EduardoRodriguez #PoderCaster #salmos #salmo110 #salmo111 #ordensacerdotal#aaron#melquisedec

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Curses of Modern Medicine (Audio)  David Eells - 12/15/21  NIH and Fauci Hospital Protocols are Killing Covid -19 Patients (Video) COVID-19 is NOT a “Pandemic of the Unvaccinated.” The most appropriate term is “Pandemic of Medical Malpractice.” Hospital protocols, and not COVID-19, have accounted for a significant portion of deaths. One of the biggest culprits is the drug Remdesivir. The antiviral drug manufactured by Gilead Sciences has remained a central component of the standard hospital protocol for COVID-19 patients. But the toxic drug is responsible for catastrophic side effects like multi-organ-dysfunction syndrome and kidney failure. None other than Anthony ‘Fraudci' and his NIH cronies were behind pushing the dangerous drug for COVID-19 patients. Remdesivir Background To understand the severity of this scandal, let's briefly review some background of how Remdesivir came into use for COVID-19. Remdesivir is a nucleotide analogue prodrug originally developed for the treatment of Ebola virus. A New England Journal of Medicine study claimed that a single United States COVID-19 patient showed improvement after taking Remdesivir. Coincidentally, the Wuhan Institute of Virology sought a patent for the use of Remdesivir. But at the height of COVID-19, the NIH picked Remdesivir as the gold standard treatment for COVID-19. Anthony Fraudci cited the drug's effectiveness against Ebola as the reasoning for its use against this novel coronavirus. Fraudci used this New England Journal of Medicine study to back his claims. A closer look at this study below: Remdesivir was pulled from the study due to 53.1% of recipients dying from the drug. Who supported that study? The NIH & NIAID. Another New England Journal of Medicine study Fraudci used to push Remdesivir as a COVID-19 treatment analyzed 53 patients from the United States, Canada, Europe, and Japan. This is what the study found: Seven of the 53 patients (13%) died after the completion of Remdesivir treatment, including 6 of 34 patients (18%) who were receiving invasive ventilation and 1 of 19 (5%) who were receiving noninvasive oxygen support ... The median interval between remdesivir initiation and death was 15 days (interquartile range, 9 to 17). A total of 32 patients (60%) reported adverse events during follow-up. The most common adverse events were increased hepatic enzymes, diarrhea, rash, renal impairment, and hypotension. In general, adverse events were more common in patients receiving invasive ventilation. A total of 12 patients (23%) had serious adverse events. The most common serious adverse events — multiple-organ-dysfunction syndrome, septic shock, acute kidney injury, and hypotension — were reported in patients who were receiving invasive ventilation at baseline. Despite these alarming studies, Remdesivir was pushed on the general public as the standard hospital protocol for COVID-19 patients. Cheap, off-label drugs like Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) and Ivermectin were targeted in a vicious smear campaign. The patents for HCQ and Ivermectin expired decades ago, meaning they don't line the pockets of pharmaceutical companies and hospital executives. The toxicity and catastrophic kidney damage caused by Remdesivir provided the ultimate setup to blame deaths caused by the drug on COVID-19 and the federal health agencies made a fortune buying the stock of Remdesivir, an experimental drug at the time. The Blaze highlighted how Remdesivir is the greatest scandal of the “pandemic:” ... why would we run the risk of spending $3,000 a person on a therapeutic that doesn't work anyway if it may create immune escape? Which raises the question: Why are we not treating everyone early with therapeutics like Regeneron, ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine, and other proven safe, cheap, and effective drugs that don't case renal failure like remdesivir and don't run the risk of inducing mutations? This is particularly important for those who are immunocompromised. The last thing people who already have fragile organs should be taking is remdesivir. In many respects the fact that remdesivir was ever approved and is still the only standard of care, as it kills patients and lines the pockets of both hospitals and the maker, Gilead, is possibly the worst scandal of this entire ordeal. On Feb. 5, Reuters reported that none other than the Wuhan Institute of Virology of the China Academy of Sciences sought a patent on Gilead's remdesivir, a failed drug repurposed from treatment of Ebola, based on the alleged improvement of a single individual COVID patient reported in the New England Journal of Medicine. Incidentally, the only drug ever approved for COVID was developed by Dr. Ralph Baric's lab at UNC Chapel Hill, the same lab that applied for the coronavirus spike protein gain-of-function research and is suspected by many to be behind the creation of this virus.    Minnesota Doctor Blasts ‘Ridiculous' CDC Coronavirus Death Count Guidelines  (VIDEO) Fox News - 4/9/20 Dr. Scott Jensen, a Minnesota family physician who is also a Republican state senator, told "The Ingraham Angle" Wednesday that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) guidelines for doctors to certify whether a patient has died of coronavirus are "ridiculous" and could be misleading the public. Host Laura Ingraham read Jensen the guidelines, which say: "In cases where a definite diagnosis of COVID cannot be made but is suspected or likely (e.g. the circumstances are compelling with a reasonable degree of certainty) it is acceptable to report COVID-19 on a death certificate as 'probable' or 'presumed.'”  In response, Jensen told Ingraham the CDC's death certificate manual tells physicians to focus on "precision and specificity," but the coronavirus death certification guidance runs completely counter to that axiom. "The idea that we are going to allow people to massage and sort of game the numbers is a real issue because we are going to undermine the [public] trust," he said. "And right now as we see politicians doing things that aren't necessarily motivated on fact and science, their trust in politicians is already wearing thin." Jensen gave a hypothetical example of a patient who died while suffering from influenza. If the patient was elderly and had symptoms like fever and cough a few days before passing away, the doctor explained, he would have listed "respiratory arrest" as the primary cause of death. "I've never been encouraged to [notate 'influenza']," he said. "I would probably write 'respiratory arrest' to be the top line, and the underlying cause of this disease would be pneumonia ... I might well put emphysema or congestive heart failure, but I would never put influenza down as the underlying cause of death and yet that's what we are being asked to do here." Jensen then told Ingraham that under the CDC guidelines, a patient who died after being hit by a bus and tested positive for coronavirus would be listed as having presumed to have died from the virus regardless of whatever damage was caused by the bus. "That doesn't make any sense," he said. Jensen also reacted to Dr. Anthony Fauci's response to a question about the potential for the number of coronavirus deaths being "padded," in which the NIAID director described the prevalance of "conspiracy theories" during "challenging" times in public health. "I would remind him that anytime health care intersects with dollars it gets awkward," Jensen said. "Right now Medicare has determined that if you have a COVID-19 admission to the hospital you'll get paid $13,000. If that COVID-19 patient goes on a ventilator, you get $39,000; three times as much. Nobody can tell me, after 35 years in the world of medicine, that sometimes those kinds of things [have] impact on what we do. "Some physicians really have a bent towards public health and they will put down influenza or whatever because that's their preference," Jensen added. "I try to stay very specific, very precise. If I know I've got pneumonia, that's what's going on the death certificate. I'm not going to add stuff just because it's convenient.”   Past Statistics: Deaths by medical mistakes hit records HealthcareITNews - By Erin McCann - 7/18/14  Update: Since this article below was written, accidental medical deaths have reached 440,000 a year: In July of 2014 senate hearing exposed 400,000 people each year die of medical mistakes, over a thousand a day. This is the third largest killer in U.S. Between 210,000 and 440,000 patients each year who go to the hospital for care suffer some type of preventable harm that contributes to their death. How Many Die From Medical Mistakes in U.S. Hospitals? Keep this in mind as you read the article below. All the percentages of danger below have risen dramatically. "Witchcraft" or "sorcery" in the New Testament is from the Greek word "pharmakeia"; English "pharmacy" - Healing through the use of drugs. [See etymonline.com and dictionary.com.] Of Babylon it was said: (Rev.18:23)... for with thy sorcery were all the nations deceived.    It's a chilling reality – one often overlooked in annual mortality statistics: Preventable medical errors persist as the No. 3 killer in the U.S. – third only to heart disease and cancer – claiming the lives of some 400,000 people each year. At a Senate hearing Thursday, patient safety officials put their best ideas forward on how to solve the crisis, with IT often at the center of discussions.  Hearing members, who spoke before the Subcommittee on Primary Health and Aging, not only underscored the devastating loss of human life – more than 1,000 people each day – but also called attention to the fact that these medical errors cost the nation a colossal $1 trillion each year.   "The tragedy that we're talking about here (is) deaths taking place that should not be taking place," said subcommittee Chair Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., in his opening remarks. [See also: EHR adverse events data cause for alarm.] Among those speaking was Ashish Jha, MD, professor of health policy and management at Harvard School of Public Health, who referenced the Institute of Medicine's 1999 report To Err is Human, which estimated some 100,000 Americans die each year from preventable adverse events.  “When they first came out with that number, it was so staggeringly large, that most people were wondering, 'could that possibly be right?'" said Jha.  Some 15 years later, the evidence is glaring. "The IOM probably got it wrong," he said. "It was clearly an underestimate of the toll of human suffering that goes on from preventable medical errors." It's not just the 1,000 deaths per day that should be huge cause for alarm, noted Joanne Disch, RN, clinical professor at the University of Minnesota School of Nursing, who also spoke before Congress. There's also the 10,000 serious complications cases resulting from medical errors that occur each day.  Disch cited the case of a Minnesota patient who underwent a bilateral mastectomy for cancer, only to find out post surgery a mix-up with the biopsy reports had occurred, and she had not actually had cancer...       "Why is it when a death happens one at time, silently, it warrants less attention than when deaths happen in groups of five or 10?" he asked. "What these numbers say is that every day, a 747, two of them are crashing. Every two months, 9-11 is occurring…we would not tolerate that degree of preventable harm in any other forum.”   In the hearing's closing questions, when Sanders inquired as to why this crisis was not constantly splashed across front page news, he was met with this: "When people go to the hospital, they are sick. It is very easy to confuse the fact that somebody might have died because of a fatal consequence of their disease, versus they died from a complication from a medical error," Jha said. "It has taken a lot to prove to all of us that many of these deaths are not a natural consequence of the underlying disease. They are purely failures of the system. Journal of The American Medical Association declared there was 450,000 deaths a year from iatropic causes. Iatropic means doctor related causes. This is from years ago. So what is it now after 750,000 people have died in the US for the same reason. But as we're going to see, it's a lot worse than this.   Recent: 40+ Jaw Dropping Medical Malpractice Statistics Etactics: By Butterfly Meltzer - 7/29/21 Medical malpractice happens more often than most might think and when it does, it's not a “cried wolf” scenario. Doctors do make mistakes, but sometimes the actions classified as malpractice are intentionally taken. Naive, inexperienced, and/or simply bad physicians, unfortunately, exist in all fields of medicine. Whether they're a surgeon, psychologist, primary care physician, or therapist, malpractice can occur across any specialist role. The result can lead to permanent injury and even death. The consequences can be severe and victims often have no choice but to take legal action. Here are over 40 statistics about medical malpractice: General Malpractice Malpractice can occur in many forms across different segments of the healthcare industry. To get a true understanding though, you need to look at healthcare as a whole.  You should probably start with the reputation of the doctor in question. Maybe previous patients have sued that doctor in the past. Maybe they have a high rate of misdiagnosis or other medical errors. From nursing homes to outpatient therapy, billing errors to misprescribing, malpractice can happen anywhere.  The average person who files medical malpractice claims is 42 years old. (University of California) 10% of all U.S. deaths are now due to medical error. (Johns Hopkins) 99% of physicians face at least one lawsuit by age 65. (New England Journal of Medicine) New York had the highest amount of medical malpractice in the US (16,688 reports) from 2009 to 2018. (NPDB) North Dakota had the lowest amount of medical malpractice in the US. (126 reports) (NPDB) 37% of malpractice claims reviewed resulted in payments (The Doctors Company) It's estimated that 7,000 to 9,000 patients die every year from medication errors. (My Medical Score) 5-10% of all physicians have had sexual contact with patients. (American Medical Association) Medical Overuse Many people agree that doctors tend to overprescribe medicines. There have been countless stories that link the opioid pandemic to overprescribing. Patients are often given too much medicine that ends up doing more harm than good. As a result, the overuse of medical practices can lead to medical malpractice. If a patient receives tests, treatment, and medication that they don't need, the patient will most likely have unnecessary expenses. 15-30% of 2000 physicians surveyed in a study believe most medical care is not needed. (Johns Hopkins) 22% of prescription medications are unnecessary 24.9% of medical tests do not need to happen 11.1% of procedures do not need to take place 30% of outpatient antibiotic prescriptions are unnecessary. (CDC) 20% to 50% of antibiotics prescribed in US acute-care hospitals are unnecessary or inappropriate. (CDC) 27% of doctors say that patients receive antibiotics when drugs won't help. (WebMD) Medical Misdiagnosis So maybe you have certain symptoms that are easily confused between those of several different issues. As a result, your doctor misdiagnoses you and gives you medicine that you don't actually need. But does that count as medical malpractice? As with most situations in healthcare, it depends.  Misdiagnosis can lead to surgeries you don't need, medicines that negatively affect your health, and treatment that can lead to permanent damage. In severe cases, medical malpractice that involves misdiagnoses can lead to death. Roughly 12,000,000 American misdiagnoses happen each year (My Medical Score) Over more than 100,000 Americans die or are permanently disabled each year due to medical diagnoses that initially miss conditions or are wrong or delayed. (Johns Hopkins) Nearly ¾ of all serious harms from diagnostic errors occur around vascular events, infections and cancers. (Johns Hopkins) 37.8% are cancers  22.8% are vascular events 13.5% are infections 21% of patients receive an outright wrong diagnosis on their first visit to a doctor. (Mayo Clinic) 66% of patients get a diagnosis that may be on the right track but isn't quite accurate or complete. (Mayo Clinic) 12% of all patients who seek second opinions end up with the same diagnosis they started with. (Mayo Clinic) 22% of malpractice claims filed by hospitalized patients were diagnosis-related. (University of Michigan) 38% of malpractice claims against physicians involving the treatment of children involved a misdiagnosis. (The Doctors Company) Around 5% of outpatients receive misdiagnosis. (BMJ Journal) Surgical Malpractice Any kind of surgery can be terrifying. That's why you should always ask questions before giving consent for surgery. When medical malpractice happens during surgery, feelings of confusion overwhelm patients. They may feel that their doctors abused their trust. Not to mention they could also be in serious pain if something during the operation went wrong. From the patient perspective, they should arm themselves with knowledge in case something goes wrong. 85% of surgeons are likely to get into a lawsuit  (The High Court) About 16.7% of 2000 physicians surveyed said that they performed unnecessary procedures for profit (John Hopkins) A little more than 4,000 surgical errors occur each year (My Medical Score) 39 surgeries per week end up with a surgical tool, like a sponge, left inside patients  20 operations per week occur on the wrong body part 20 wrong surgical procedures occur on a patient per week 59% of surgical errors only resulted in temporary injuries (My Medical Score) 40% of surgical errors resulted in permanent injuries or death (My Medical Score) Mental Health Malpractice There are many myths surrounding mental health but medical malpractice isn't one of them. Surgery usually can't fix mental health issues. Diagnosis can really only occur through the evaluation of symptoms, and many mental health issues have similar symptoms. This is especially true for children. If doctors overprescribe opioids and antibiotics, it's safe to say that that carries into mental health. Doctors also prescribe medicines that don't actually help the illness, so naturally, this can happen in the mental health world as well.   41% of US psychiatrists faced a malpractice lawsuit at least once (Medscape) ⅓ of psychiatrists managing their legal risk between 2015 and 2016 had claims involving incorrect treatment. (Sommers Schwartz) 20% were for medication issues 15% involved suicides or suicide attempts 6% percent were for misdiagnosis. More than 60% of people who receive a diagnosis of major depression don't actually have it (Johns Hopkins) Of 706 people surveyed, only 15% received a prompt diagnosis, while 85% experienced diagnostic delay (Bridges to Recovery) Among the 85% delayed, 71% said that their symptoms had become worse as a result of receiving inappropriate treatment 47.3% of 50,000 patients were correctly identified with depression by general practitioners (Bridges to Recovery)   A 2008 study found that 57% of adults diagnosed with bipolar disorder did not meet diagnostic criteria upon more comprehensive diagnostic review. (Brown University School of Medicine)  According to the table of Iatrogenic Deaths In The United States linked here , We could have an even higher death rate by using Dr. Lucien Leape's 1997 medical and drug error rate of 3 million. (14) Multiplied by the fatality rate of 14% (that Leape used in 1994 (16) we arrive at an annual death rate of 420,000 for drug errors and medical errors combined. If we put this number in place of Lazorou's 106,000 drug errors and the Institute of Medicine's (IOM) 98,000 medical errors, we could add another 216,000 deaths making a total of 999,936 deaths annually.   CDC - Iatrogenic Deaths “Disappeared" in 2020, COVID-19 Took Their Place  For decades up until 2020 CDC annual reports listed medical error (iatrogenic) deaths as the third-leading cause of death in the US. The only change in that annual "ranking" of deaths was in the last 5 years cancer sometimes overtaking heart disease as a leading cause of death in the US and most other Western ("developed") countries.  Now, the latest CDC report has completely removed the iatrogenic category  and COVID-19 deaths have taken that third place. If the CDC had simply moved the iatrogenic deaths up or down the list, it would have been at least a debatable issue. However, the complete disappearance of medical error deaths exposes directly the fraud. Iatrogenic deaths can't just vanish in a single year.  In fact, if the hospitals were full to brim with patients in 2020 then iatrogenic deaths would be much higher than prior years. Btw, the "unintentional injury" category on 4th place covers "life accidents". They are counted separately from iatrogenic deaths, so one cannot argue that iatrogenic deaths moved to 4th place. Unless I am missing something, this may be the most direct admission yet by the powers that be that the COVID-19 death numbers are completely fake. Either no COVID-19 deaths occurred in 2020 or all of them were iatrogenic in nature so one can swap the names on 3rd place. So, either we have a blatant, public, demonstrable and irrefutable lie or public admission by CDC of genocidal medical interventions for all COVID-19 patients who died in hospitals in 2020.   Attorney Thomas Renz – All New Whistleblower Information Rumble — Attorney Thomas Renz Releases Stunning Data from Never Before Seen Vaccine Injury/Death Tracking System Thanks to a Whistleblower that came forth to Attorney Thomas Renz, the public is now seeing, for the first time ever, hard data from the largest database available in the U.S. to study the COVID-19 impact including deaths & injuries; The CMS Medicare Tracking System.  During an extraordinary speech at Clay Clark's ReAwaken America Tour, Attorney Thomas Renz shocked the crowd of thousands in attendance and millions watching via livestream as he revealed: That data from the Medicare Tracking System reveals that 19,400 people less than 80 years old have died within 14 days of receiving the COVID-19 Vaccine. In addition, 28,065 people have died that are over the age of 80 within 14 days of receiving the Covid-19 vaccine. The Total number of American Citizens that died within 14 days of receiving the COVID-19 vaccine is 48,465 according to hard data revealed in the Medicare Tracking System. In July attorney Renz's whistleblower, under penalty of perjury, stated that she estimated at least 45K people had died from the Covid-19 Vaccine. USA Today Fact Checkers and other fact checking services claimed that to be “mis-information.” Today's revelations solidify that the “Trusted News Initiative” is actually the source of mis-information and propaganda, and that Attorney Thomas Renz's whistleblower was correct all along. After proving that over 45K people have died from the COVID-19 vaccine, Attorney Renz then moved his attention to focus on the amount of people that are being killed in American hospitals by Dr. Anthony Fauci's instituted protocol of Remdesivir. Attorney Renz is also in possession of Remdesivir death data from the Medicare Tracking System that has been withheld by the government from our citizens. The Remdesivir data reveals of the 7,960 beneficiaries prescribed Remdesivir for Covid-19,  2,058 died. That is 25.9%. 46% of people died within 14 days of the Remdesivir Treatment. The Remdesivir Treatment was established in U.S. Hospitals at the direction of Dr. Anthony Fauci. Serious adverse events were reported in 131 of the 532 patients who received Remdesivir. That is 24.6%. Attorney Renz says ” This begs the question… Why is this the protocol in American Hospitals? Does this appear “Safe and Effective” to you?” RENZ's NURSE WHISTLEBLOWERS REVEAL TWO TIER SYSTEM OF CARE DEPENDING ON YOUR VACCINE STATUS During Attorney Thomas Renz speech at Clay Clark's ReAwaken America Tour in Colorado Springs, Colorado Renz also talked about 2 Whistleblower nurses that revealed to him that they have seen a 2 tier system of health care depending on the patients “vaccination status.” “The nurses revealed to me that patients that are vaccinated are getting Ivermectin, which is proven to heal people. But if you are unvaccinated, they put you on Remdesivir in the hopes that you will die” said Attorney Thomas Renz. THE FDA IS TRACKING VACCINE DEATHS, ALL THE WHILE CLAIMING THE COVID VACCINE IS SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Also during Attorney Renz' speech he revealed that the FDA is actively working with CMS real-time data ( CMS Medicare database ) to gather weekly reports on Covid-19 adverse events, despite the fact that the US population is told repeatedly this vaccine is “safe and effective.” Attorney Renz says “This information has never been given to the public, and you will see why they have kept it hidden and never published. It's very damning, and this data reveals that the FDA knew what was coming, let it happen, and thousands and thousands have died or been injured.” During his speech Renz revealed in one state alone ( New York ) that the amount of people who experienced adverse events after the Covid shot were in the thousands. Adverse events experienced by people who got the Covid-19 shot in New York State included thousands of cardiovascular events, thousands of cases of people getting Covid, and thousands of deaths. At least 13 side effects are reported in the system. “Remember, these are “side effects” that the government, media, and social media continue to tell the public that are not happening. The mantra of “safe and effective” must stop after today's information” says Attorney Renz. A copy of Attorney Renz entire speech along with data from the hidden vaccine tracking system will be posted on his website at www.Renz-Law.com    Proof That They Knew! Renz said, Our data comes from a whistleblower with access to CMS data. CMS data includes billing, prescribing, treatment, and all other information related to beneficiary treatment – that is how the government knows how much money to send healthcare providers. This info was all recognized by the US Department of Defense in the presentation we found and reposted on www.renz-law.com  Our whistleblowers have searched this data to provide these numbers. This data is being hidden from be public but would be easily searchable for government analysts using the same searches we did. Our question – why aren't our elected officials and bureaucrats searching for this information and sharing it? Percentage of Americans covered by Medicare in 2019: 18.1% 59.4 Million People. 18% of 330 Million is: 59,400,000 Total Medicare Budget: $899 Billion (2020) Largest data base available in the U.S. to study COVID-19 trends. It includes all claims: vaccine dates, treatment dates, death dates, adverse events, hospitalizations. It is not self-reporting like VAERS. As you can see in the information that was excerpted from a presentation by the FDA, they are tracking the data we are presenting here. In other words they know or should know this info. The number of CMS beneficiaries who died within 14 days* of a COVID-19 vaccine are: Under 80 years old - 19,400 + Over 80 year old - 28,065 = 47,465  (*within 14 days of 1st or 2nd dose, whichever difference was lower PER THE CDC – YOU ARE NOT CONSIDERED VACCINATED UNTIL TWO WEEKS AFTER YOUR SECOND SHOT OR FIRST SHOT OF JANSEN SO THESE DEATHS DO NOT COUNT ‐ https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019‐ncov/vaccines/fully‐vaccinated.html) The FDA planned (all along) to monitor CMS data for side effects in nearly real time to watch for the safety of the COVID vaccines:   See all the adverse events including deaths from 9 different states in the latter half of this PDF: COVID Vaccine Cover Up PDF – Renz Law and COVID Pfizer Whistleblower Data – Renz Law   Dr. David Martin Explains 7 Felonies that Could Prosecute Dr. Fauci/ Felony Crimes End Big Pharma Immunity from Lawsuits Dr. David Martin has been spending the past year and a half fighting to unravel what he says is the global criminal conspiracy of coronavirus. Parties include the American and Chinese governments, the International Monetary Fund, and Blackrock. Martin says these groups are guilty of criminal conspiracy in a terrorist plot against the American people.    A brand new VAERS data analysis from 11/16/21 found hundreds of serious adverse events that were completely missed by the CDC that should have been mentioned in the informed consent document that is given to patients.  VAERS Analysis: Over 150,000 Americans killed by covid vaccines   The first half of this link below shows the hospitals are the killing fields following DS protocols. This is not for Christians who believe the Word but for those who dont. As you know we need to trust the Word. It is more dangerous for us, as believers and followers of Christ to "trust in the arm of flesh". Now you know why.  Dr. Bryan Ardis - TheRevealReport - Emergency Broadcast - Oct 12 2021  Roots of Modern Medicine David Eells  The Physicians' Original Hippocratic Oath: I swear by Apollo the Physician, and Asklepios and Hygieia, (We will discuss these three god's and godess as we go on.) and all the Gods and Goddesses that, according to my ability and judgment, I will keep this oath and this syngraphe ('contract'): to consider him who taught me this Art as dear to me as my parent, to share my substance with him, and to relieve his necessities if required; to look upon his offspring as equivalent to my own brothers, and to teach them this Art, if they wish to learn it, without fee or stipulation; and that by precept, lecture, and every other form of instruction, I will impart a knowledge of the Art to my own sons, and those of my teachers, and to disciples bound by a stipulation and oath according to the law of medicine, but to none others. I will follow that system of regimen which, according to my ability and judgment, I consider for the benefit of my patients and abstain from whatever is harmful and mischievous. I will give no deadly medicine to anyone if asked, nor suggest any such advice; likewise, I will not give a pessary to a woman to induce abortion. I will live my life and practice my art with purity and holiness. I will not cut persons suffering from 'the stone', but will leave this to be done by men who are practitioners of this skill. Whatever houses I enter, I will enter for the benefit of the sick, and will abstain from every voluntary act of mischief and corruption, and especially from the seduction of females or males, of free persons or slaves. Whatever I see or hear in connection with my professional practice or not in the life of men, which should not be made public, I will not divulge, considering that all such knowledge should remain secret. As long as I continue to keep this Oath inviolate, may it be granted to me to enjoy life and the practice of the Art, respected by all men, at all times. But if I should trespass and violate this Oath, may the opposite be my lot. www.csun.edu   Apollo in Greek Mythology Apollo is in many respects the paradigm of a Greek god. He represents order, harmony, and civilization in a way that most other Olympian deities cannot quite equal. One only has to compare him with Dionysos to understand how Apollo is depicted as a bright, rational counterpart to the chaotic and frenzied god of wine and women. Indeed, Apollo is most often associated with the cultivated arts of music and medicine, and his role as the leader of the Muses establishes him as a patron of intellectual pursuits. Pronunciation - {a-pol'-lo} Etymology - "Destroy or excite" Other names - Apollon (EDITOR'S NOTE: The angel of the abyss is Apollyon, meaning destroyer.) (EDITOR'S NOTE: Witchcraft or Sorcery in the New Testament is from the Greek word Pharmakia; English Pharmacy; Healing through the use of drugs. Of Babylon it was said, (Rev.18:23)... for with thy sorcery were all the nations deceived.)  In Greek mythology, Asklepios (Asclepius) was the god of healing. He was the son of the Olympian god Apollo and a mortal woman named Coronis.    Asklepios (Roman Aesculapius) The Hesiod places Aesculapius' origin in Thessaly where he lived in a subterranean cleft with both a serpent and a hound as companions. Born of the god Apollo and the mortal woman Coronis (a "former" virgin of the Lapithae), Aesculapius was raised by the centaur Chiron, from whom he learned the art of healing and became a physician. (EDITOR'S NOTE: This healer God is an imitation of Jesus. This god is supposedly born of an earthly mother and a god (Son of God) he supposedly raised the dead etc. The physicians symbol, the serpent on a rod, was an imitation of Moses serpent that was lifted up in the wilderness, which pointed to Christ the healer. This god is clearly a false Christ.)  According to Greek legend, patients seeking healing would sleep the night in the temple of Aesculapius. During the night, Aesculapius would appear to the patient in a dream, accompanied by his daughter, the goddess Hygieia, and by a serpent who followed Aesculapius wherever he went. At that point, Aesculapius would treat the patient in the dream, often by having the serpent lick his or her wounds. In the morning, the patient would awaken healed. As a result, throughout history, the symbol of the physician has been, and continues to be, the Staff of Aesculapius, a wooden staff with a SINGLE serpent entwined. Many readers, however, are probably more familiar with the Caduceus, which is the winged staff of Hermes, the messenger of the gods, with TWO intertwined serpents. His followers established temples called Asclepions, temples of Asklepios, temples of healing. The greatest asklepion was in a grove of trees south of Corinth, Greece where the sick had to spend a night while the proper remedies were revealed during a dream to the priests of the temple and the cured had to make a suitable sacrifice (usually a rooster) to the god. According to mythology, Asculapius had a number of children including Hygieia, the goddess of health (from whose name comes the word "hygiene") and Panaceia, the goddess of healing (from whose name comes the word "panacea" for a universal remedy). Today, the staff of Aesculapius is a commonly used symbol of medicine. It is the symbol of the American Medical Association (AMA) and many other medical societies. Chiron taught Asclepius the art of healing. According to Pindar (Pythian Odes), Asclepius also acquired the knowledge of surgery, the use of drugs, love potions and incantations. www.loggia.com   Physician Humor.........or is it? Original Author unknown - David's notes in red These statistics are very outdated but are far worse now and they do prove a point. Think about this: Statistically, doctors are approximately 9,000 times more dangerous than gun owners. (These numbers have now skyrocketed) a. The number of physicians in the US is 700,000. b. Accidental deaths caused by Physicians per year is 120,000. (We just proved that this number, as of the early 2,000's, is closer to 1 million.) c. Accidental deaths per physician is 0.171. (US Dept. of Health & Human Services) Then think about this: a. The number of gun owners in the US is 80,000,000. b. The number of accidental gun deaths per year (all age groups) is 1,500. c. The number of accidental deaths per gun owner is .0000188. Statistically, doctors are approximately 9,000 times more dangerous than gun owners. FACT: NOT EVERYONE HAS A GUN, BUT ALMOST EVERYONE HAS AT LEAST ...ONE DOCTOR! Please alert your friends to this alarming threat. We must ban doctors before this gets out of hand! As a public health measure I have withheld the statistics on lawyers for fear that the shock could cause people to seek medical attention.    Man's Methods or God's Glory What we've seen so far has proven that the curse of God is in trusting in man. Jer 17:5  Thus saith Jehovah: Cursed is the man that trusteth in man, and maketh flesh his arm, and whose heart departeth from Jehovah. (God has a method that never fails but it is foolishness to man.)  But God chose the foolish things of the world, that he might put to shame them that are wise; and God chose the weak things of the world, that he might put to shame the things that are strong; and the base things of the world, and the things that are despised, did God choose [yea] and the things that are not, that he might bring to naught the things that are: that no flesh should glory before God (1 Cor.1:27-29). God's methods will always be considered foolish, weak, base, and despised by the world and the worldly church… In my past experiences, at the end of all of my works to save myself by man's methods, God gave me faith to see His works. God's method was faith in Him combined with my own weakness. He said, "[my] power is made perfect in weakness" (2 Cor.12:9). Faith is foolish, weak, and base to the world but it brings God's power... Worldly methods failed me, but faith in the promises brought the most awesome deliverance. Glory to God! Recently, I watched a report on antibacterial soaps on the national news. They reported that the net effect was that they were not wiping out bacteria, but making them resistant. What did penicillin do but make antibiotic resistant bacteria for which there is no medical cure on the horizon? Poisons on the crops, to try to destroy the curse, go into the water supply and cause a multitude of diseases. Read your toothpaste tube; fluoride is a deadly poison. The Journal of the American Medical Association Vol. 284, July 26, 2000, reported that doctors are the third leading cause of death in the U.S., causing 250,000 deaths every year from iatrogenic causes! (Now over 450,000 and this does not including the medical murders being committed because of CV-19.) Iatrogenic is defined as induced in a patient by a physician's activity, manner, or therapy, used especially of a complication of treatment. If this is what their organization admits, what is the truth? The numbers are much higher. If, as some believe, this is God's preferred method of healing today, He is surely making a lot of mistakes. I have a good doctor friend who prefers to not use drugs. He has told me how he prays for patients who will believe, with results. The problem is that most are not interested in deliverance from their curse if it takes repentance and faith so he does what he can. My mother took a drug for years. One day she was reading an article by Reader's Digest on the side effects of medicines. The side effects of the drug she was on were breast cancer and glaucoma, and she had them both. That was a terrible trade. My father's favorite doctor told him after an examination, "One thing I am sure of, you are not going to die of a heart attack. You have the heart of a much younger man". About a month later, he had a serious heart attack. I became convinced it was because of a drug he was taking to put oxygen into his blood because he lost a lung to smoking. Two close friends took a drug that had a side effect of damaging their kidneys. Their doctors admitted this in both cases. Man shifts the curse around and sometimes multiplies it, but he cannot deliver by his own efforts. If he could, then Jesus' death was for naught. I believe it is God's purpose that we understand that there is no permanent deliverance from the curse except God's deliverance through Jesus Christ. The world's deliverance is a deception, because, ultimately, their gods fail them. God wants us to see through that. We have been told that God now uses modern methods for delivering us from the curse. God's method is always free. It is salvation by grace, which is the unmerited, unpaid for, favor of God. Neither Jesus nor His disciples charged anything for healing, deliverance, provision, or any other form of salvation. The world's method always cost. The poor often go untreated until they die. In God's kingdom, all are treated on condition of faith. God desires to use the same method He used in the Scripture, the word of faith, because it is the only one that does not give glory to man. If a Christian receives a recovery from some disease while under the care of doctors and medicine, everyone wants to know what the medicine was or who the doctor was. God will not share His glory with another. I am not condemning those who use doctors or medicine. I offer the good news that Jesus has already healed you almost 2,000 years ago. Reading the New Testament once shows that God did not use the methods of man. In the coming wilderness we will need to understand this. Soon God's people will not be able to buy or sell with the world. Then all will be forced into a wilderness experience where there will be no idolatry with the gods of this world. For the people of God in the wilderness there will be a great lack of doctors, medicine, lawyers, bankers, psychiatrists, insurance, food, clean water, and public assistance of all types. Then we will see God's power in man's weakness (2 Cor.12:9-10). The churches' methods of obtaining provision today are the same as the world's methods and are therefore acceptable to it. God has a peculiar method for ministering deliverance from the curse that costs nothing, gives no glory to man, and proves His sovereignty. (1 Cor.1:28) And the base things of the world, and the things that are despised, did God choose, [yea] and the things that are not, that he might bring to nought the things that are: (29) that no flesh should glory before God We see here that God chose to use something that does not exist in the physical realm in order to destroy the things that do. The "things that are not" are the promises in the Word that we do not see fulfilled. The "things that are" are the cursed things of sin, sickness, and lack, which God wants to "bring to nought". For example, if you are sick, that is a thing that is; but "by whose stripes ye were healed" is a thing that is not in the physical realm. God chose faith in His promises "that are not" in order to bring to naught the sickness. Jesus and the disciples used God's method for dealing with the curse by calling "the things that are not, as though they were" (Rom.4:17). They just commanded it done according to the promises. They did not choose "the things that are", like doctors, medicine, psychiatrists, banks, and such to "bring to naught the things that are", like sin, sickness, torment, lack, debt, etc. The things that appear in this realm are the things that are and are all under the curse. (Heb.11:3) By faith we understand that the worlds (Greek: "ages") have been framed by the word of God, so that what is seen hath not been made out of things which appear. God's method is to use the Word and not the physical things that appear, just as in the Gospels and Acts. In anointing with oil, it is obviously not the oil but the faith that heals. Oil is just a symbol of the Holy Spirit. Paul's handkerchief did not heal; it was the power from his faith (Acts 19:12). Some might think that once Jesus also used things such as when He made clay with His spit to heal a blind man in John 9:6-7. It was not the clay that healed his eyes, but the washing it out of his eyes; clay symbolizes the Adamic nature and the things that are (Job 10:9; 33:6; Isa.29:16; 45:9) just as man was made from clay. In other words, our eyes must be cleansed of seeing through eyes of clay. We need the spiritual eyes to see the promise as done by faith. (2 Pet.1:3) Seeing that his divine power hath granted unto us all things that pertain unto life (Greek: zoe, "God's life") and godliness.... To have spiritual eyes, we must see that Jesus has already given us His life and blessings. We need to be cleansed of fleshly eyes that keep us from God's blessings. ... The natural man (of clay) receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him; and he cannot know them, because they are spiritually judged (Greek: "examined" or "seen") (1 Cor.2:14). By the way, the spit from Jesus' mouth symbolizes that which comes out of the mouth of the Lord that gives life to man, the Word or manna (Dt.8:3; Jn.1:13; 6:33,51). I once knew a preacher who said, "The reason Paul did all those miracles was because Luke the physician was with him". Wrong! Not in one verse do we see Luke using physician skills, which could never result in a miracle. The Greek word iatros is falsely translated "physician" but it just means "healer". Iatros is also used of Jesus as "healer". Translators put their modern ideas here. "Physician" means "one who practices medicine", which Jesus and the apostles never did. The term used for drugs or medicine in the Greek is pharmakia (English: "pharmacy") and is translated "witchcraft" or "sorcery", which Paul called a work of the flesh in Galatians 5:20. The nations are deceived with pharmakia (Rev.18:23). Luke was a healer in the same way Jesus and the other disciples were. It should seem strange to these people that Jesus and his disciples did not use "the things that are" to administer healing or deliverance. If Paul's handkerchief had the power to heal, why could it not heal before he touched it? It only acted as a medium to carry the healing anointing to the sick by faith. I have prayed over handkerchiefs, water, or people as mediums and seen healings. A brother, whose wife was very sick, came into our meeting. He was very troubled and on the edge of tears about this. The brother was not yet convinced that he needed to be filled with the Holy Spirit. Asking the Lord in my thoughts what to do, it came to me to pray over him to impart healing power to him, which we did. Then I said, "Now brother, go lay hands on your wife, and she will be healed". He was not convinced that healing was our right today, but he went home to lay hands on his wife. When he did, she was healed, and he came back excited. You see, it is not the medium; it is the healing power manifested through it, or in this case him, by faith. Jesus imparted authority to the disciples to heal before they received the Holy Spirit. So how do we use God's method of "the things that are not"? By calling "the things that are not, as though they were" (Rom.4:17). In other words, agree with the promise and call it done. God chooses to use "the things that are not, that he might bring to nought the things that are: that no flesh should glory before God" (1 Cor.1:28-29). God does not desire to use man's inventions so that only He can brag. God's salvation is not by our works. It is by getting our eyes off the problem and on the promise. 2 Corinthians 4:17-18 teaches that our affliction will be temporary if "we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen". When the Israelites got their eyes off the snake bite (curse) and on the serpent on the pole (Christ who became our curse [Jn.3:14]), they were healed (Num.21:49). As we saw, Paul's "thorn in the flesh" had nothing to do with sickness but a demon that was bringing him into humbling circumstances where he was weak to save himself so God's power was present to save him. His advice to Timothy puts a question in some concerning the use of remedies. In the text we can see that sin is the subject before and after the verse in question. (1 Tim. 5:22) Lay hands hastily on no man, neither be partaker of other men's sins: keep thyself pure. (23) Be no longer a drinker of water, but use a little wine for thy stomach's sake and thine often infirmities (Greek: asthenia; meaning "weaknesses"). (24) Some men's sins are evident, going before unto judgment; and some men also they follow after. (25) In like manner also there are good works that are evident; and such as are otherwise cannot be hid. The word sometimes translated "infirmities" is actually "weaknesses" and is clearly seen in other texts where the same word is correctly translated. (1 Cor.1:25) ... The weakness of God is stronger than men. Now we know that God is not infirm or sick so this word has to be "weakness". (2 Cor.13:4) For he was crucified through weakness, yet he liveth through the power of God. For we also are weak in him, but we shall live with him through the power of God toward you. We know that Jesus Christ was not crucified through infirmity, but weakness because He would not defend Himself when He was brought before Pilate and the Jewish leaders. Timothy had spiritual weaknesses for which the only cure was the spiritual wine of the nature of Jesus. The stomach or belly was spiritually considered the seat of rulership for the carnal man. It represented being driven by the lusts (Greek: "desires") of the flesh, driven by sin. (Php.3:19) Whose end is perdition, whose god is the belly, and [whose] glory is in their shame, who mind earthly things. Peter called those who returned to their sins, "the sow that had washed to wallowing in the mire". The sow best identifies those who are servants to their flesh's appetites. On the other hand, wine was considered the cure for bondage to sin. Wine represents the blood of Jesus. (Mt.26:27) And he took a cup(of wine), and gave thanks, and gave to them, saying, Drink ye all of it; (28) for this is my blood of the covenant, which is poured out for many unto remission of sins. (29) But I say unto you, I shall not drink henceforth of this fruit of the vine, until that day when I drink it new with you in my Father's kingdom. Through our own blood we have inherited the lusts of the sinful flesh and through Jesus' pure blood that nature is destroyed. (Lev.17:11) For the life of the flesh is in the blood; and I have given it to you upon the altar to make atonement for your souls: for it is the blood that maketh atonement by reason of the life. His blood is in us to the extent that we repent and partake of the life of His Word. (Jn.6:53) Jesus therefore said unto them, Verily, verily, I say unto you, Except ye eat the flesh of the Son of man and drink his blood (wine), ye have not life in yourselves. (54) He that eateth my flesh and drinketh my blood hath eternal life: and I will raise him up at the last day. Partaking of the blood or wine is a matter of walking in His Word by faith in His blood that was given to us. (1 Jn.1:7) But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship one with another, and the blood of Jesus his Son cleanseth us from all sin. The combined fruitful faith that resides in the true body of Christ is the answer to the question of why Isaiah commanded a cake of figs for Hezekiah's boil. (Isa.38:21) Now Isaiah had said, Let them take a cake of figs, and lay it for a plaster upon the boil, and he shall recover. The figs here represent the Body of Christ or Israel as in Jesus' warnings about bearing fruit. (Lk.13:6)And he spake this parable; A certain man had a fig tree planted in his vineyard; and he came seeking fruit thereon, and found none. (7) And he said unto the vinedresser, Behold, these three years I come seeking fruit on this fig tree, and find none: cut it down; why doth it also cumber the ground? (Rev.6:13) and the stars of the heaven (Abraham's seed) fell unto the earth, as a fig tree casteth her unripe figs when she is shaken of a great wind. Jesus identified the righteous as being under the fig tree when He saw Nathanael there as an Israelite without guile (Jn.1:47 50). Notice that in the verse before the "cake of figs" was laid on the boil, faith was expressed to God by the body for Hezekiah's healing as the saints in the "house of the Lord" were praising God for this. It was the figs' faith that sucked the poison out of the boil. (Isa.38:20) The Lord is [ready] to save me: Therefore we will sing my songs with stringed instruments All the days of our life in the house of the Lord. The cake of figs was a natural parable that represented a spiritual happening just as in Jesus' parables of planting wheat and corn, etc. See God's Vaccine   Please read our book Faith for all Things    

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Lost AF Wellness
Guest Interview: Toxic Positivity with Dr. Avigail Lev PsyD | Episode 56

Lost AF Wellness

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 62:04


Dr. Avigail Lev (Abby) is a licensed clinical psychologist in California (PSY 25464) and a certified mediator. She utilizes evidence-based practices, including cognitive behavioral therapy and acceptance-based treatments, to treat both couples and individuals struggling with relationship problems, anxiety, trauma, depression, emotional dysregulation, trichotillomania, OCD, and mood disorders.Dr. Lev is also the coauthor of three books. The first, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Interpersonal Problems: Using Mindfulness, Acceptance, and Schema Awareness to Change Interpersonal Behaviors, presents a complete treatment protocol for therapists working with clients who fall into unhealthy relationship patterns and helps them overcome maladaptive interpersonal behavior. The second book, The Interpersonal Problems Workbook: ACT to End Painful Relationship Patterns, combines research and evidence-based techniques for strengthening relationships. The third book ACT for Couples, presents a protocol to for therapists who work with couples. To learn more about these books you can visit amazon.Website: https://bayareacbtcenter.com/dr-avigail-lev/

Douglas Jacoby Podcast
SOM 20–Perfection

Douglas Jacoby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 9:53


For additional notes and resources check out Douglas' website."You, therefore, must be perfect, as your heavenly Father is perfect" (Matthew 5:48).On the previous topic, "Enemies:"Jesus, Paul, and the early church spoke clearly and definitively about the need to love our enemies—never to assault them (verbally or physically), never to kill them, always love them.This understanding was lost when the church made its alliance with the state in the 4th century.From that time, and up to our day, nearly all churches are worldly and disobedient to Jesus' command to love our enemies.Making a change in this area would really make the Christian community “pop”—stand out!Further: Listen to Mark Twain's War Prayer.Be perfect?At first, it sounds as though Jesus is saying that we have to be sinless or faultless. As a young Christian I believed this was indeed exactly what he was commanding. Perfect—no compromise—no margin of error!This misunderstanding affected how I related to others. It affected me as a leader. It affected my family.However, there are two problems with such an interpretation.The Greek word (teleios) means perfected in the sense of completion or maturity—the end of a process—perfected.It must be understood in the context of loving enemies—and the rest of the lifestyle teaching in Matt 5. It's not a call to be perfect students or workers, or to be 100% fault-free.We are to be like our Father—in how he treats us. God gives grace (sunshine, rain, and much more) to all (the righteous and the wicked).It has been suggested that perfection here means holiness. We are to be holy, for he is holy (Lev 11:44).So, are we behaving like adult children of the Father?Imagine what the church would be like if we dealt with anger, dealt with lust, truly honored marriage, were totally reliable—men and women of integrity—and never retaliated, verbally or otherwise, sincerely loving and serving our enemies!Of course this is difficult.It's much easier to fake it—which Jesus will next address, as we move into chapter 6.Next: Show-off!

Radically Normal
#93 - Diving into the New Eden (Ex. 25-27)

Radically Normal

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 44:17


In today's episode we dive into an often-overlooked section of Exodus in which the Lord provides instructions for Israel to build the tabernacle—where God will dwell amongst His people.     In our tenth episode in the book of Exodus, we chat about Ex. 25-27: A willingness to give & the use of riches from Egypt Episode #44 on God's presence The tabernacle as a new Eden The ark of the covenant & the holiness of God The mercy seat—integral to the sacrifices & Lev. 16 The cherubim “gazing” toward the mercy seat The table & the lampstand + symbolism: the tree of life The curtains & the framing of the tabernacle A potential connection between our text here & Rev. 18:16 Andrei's investigation into acacia wood The cherubim “guarding” the way into the presence of God A change in substance (to bronze) as we move away from the Most Holy Place The bronze altar & Yahweh's camp in the midst of the people The courtyard & the hangings around the enclosure The oil & the light: Yahweh is always present & reigning   Join us this season for a journey through Exodus (every Monday) and some incredible interview guests (every other Thursday).   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: radicallynormalpod@gmail.com

Douglas Jacoby Podcast
SOTM 19—Enemies

Douglas Jacoby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 4:22


For additional notes and resources check out Douglas' website.43 “You have heard that it was said,‘You shall love your neighbor and hate your enemy.'44 But I say to you, Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you,45 so that you may be sons of your Father who is in heaven. For he makes his sun rise on the evil and on the good and sends rain on the just and on the unjust.46 For if you love those who love you, what reward do you have? Do not even the tax collectors do the same?47 And if you greet only your brothers what more are you doing than others? Do not even the Gentiles do the same?” (Matthew 5:41-47)We are called to actively love our enemies and do good to those who hate us.Do these words of Jesus nullify the Law? No, because the Law never commanded Israel to hate its enemies—although it only commanded them to love their neighbors (Lev 19:18). Still, there are multiple examples of love shown to enemies in the OT.We are challenged to go far beyond the minimum standard of social / familial decency (kindness to friends and family). We are to love even our enemies!The early church held to this teaching for three centuries:Justin Martyr: “We used to hate and destroy one another. We would not live with men of a different race because of their peculiar customs. However, now, since the coming of Christ, we live intimately with them. We pray for our enemies and endeavor to persuade those who hate us unjustly to live conformably to the good teachings of Christ.We do this to the end that they may become partakers with us of the same joyful hope of a reward from God, the Ruler of all.” First Apology 14. Also: “We who formerly murdered one another now refrain from making war even upon our enemies.” ANF 1.176.Clement of Alexandria: “It is not in war, but in peace, that we are trained.” ANF 2.234.Tertullian: “We willingly yield ourselves to the sword. So what wars would we not be both fit and eager to participate in (even against unequal forces), if in our religion it were not counted better to be slain than to slay? ANF 3.45. He adds, “The Christian does no harm even to his enemy.” ANF 3.45.Cyprian: “Wars are scattered all over the earth with the bloody horror of military camps. The whole world is wet with mutual blood. And murder—which is acknowledged to be a crime in the case of an individual—is called a virtue when it is committed wholesale. Impunity is claimed for the wicked deeds, not because they are guiltless, but because the cruelty is perpetrated on a grand scale!” ANF 5.277.Lactantius: “The Christian considers it unlawful not only to commit slaughter himself, but also to be present with those who do it.” Divine Institutes ANF 7.153. Also: “How can a man be righteous who hates, who despoils, who puts to death? Yet, those who strive to be serviceable to their country do all these things. ...When they speak of the ‘duties' relating to warfare, their speech pertains neither to justice nor to true virtue.” ANF 7.169Aristides: “They comfort their oppressors and make them their friends. They do good to their enemies.” ANF 10.276.Origen: “We are taught not to avenge ourselves upon our enemies. We have therefore lived by laws of a mild and wise character. Although able, we would not make war even if we had received authority to do so. Therefore, we have obtained this reward from God: that He has always fought on our behalf. On various occasions, He has restrained those who rose up against us and desired to destroy us.” Against Celsus 8.Lactantius: “Torture and godliness are widely different. It is not possible for truth to be united with violence or justice to be united with cruelty. …Religion is to be defended—not by putting to death—but by dying. It is not defended by cruelty, but by patient endurance.” Divine Institutes (ANF 7.156-157).The Didache: “If you love those who hate you, you will not have an enemy.” Didache 3Chrysostom: “You should feel grateful to an enemy on account of his wickedness. This is so even if he is evil to you after receiving from you ten thousand kindnesses. For if he were not exceedingly evil, your reward would not be significantly increased. You may say that the reason you do not love him is because he is evil. However, that is the very reason you should love him. Take away the contestant, and you take away the opportunity for the crowns.” Homilies on Hebrews 19.5.Paul taught the same:14 Bless those who persecute you; bless and do not curse them. ... 17 Repay no one evil for evil, but give thought to do what is honorable in the sight of all. 18 If possible, so far as it depends on you, live peaceably with all.19 Beloved, never avenge yourselves, but leave it to the wrath of God, for it is written, “Vengeance is mine, I will repay, says the Lord.” 20 To the contrary, “if your enemy is hungry, feed him; if he is thirsty, give him something to drink; for by so doing you will heap burning coals on his head.” 21 Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good (Rom 12:14, 17-21).To illustrate, when the early Christian leader Polycarp was arrested, he first directed that food and drink be brought to the soldiers who were about to bring him to execution. Martyrdom of Polycarp 7:2The observation of AmmianusRoman soldier and historian Ammianus Marcellinus (c.330-400 AD) noted that rival Christian parties exceeding wild beasts in their hostility toward one another.What changed in the 4th century? The state and the church become inseparably connected.From the disastrous 4th century till the present dayIn the fourth century, most of the Roman emperors professed to embrace Christianity. Nevertheless, they continued to kill their opponents (even family members) and to wage war—ignoring the teaching of Christ.At first, Christians refused to fight in their armies, as in earlier centuries, soldiers who became Christians refused to kill. However, in time the state church relaxed its teachings on nonresistance.Eventually, Augustine (354-430 AD) came up with a rationalization to defend both personal vengeance and war: It's permissible to kill enemies as long as we still “love” them!As a result, fighting, killing and revenge became the norms in medieval “Christian” Europe.Professing Christians waged war against Muslims, pagans, and fellow “Christians.” They persecuted heretics (real or imagined), tortured people, and oppressed the weak in the name of God.Not surprisingly, Catholics and Reformers alike persecuted those genuine Christians who refused to go to war and who spoke out against torture and oppression.Some practicals:Act lovingly towards enemies, strangers, and people we do not like.Take some time to compare Paul's teaching with Jesus's.Invest in learning some early church history, and how the church embraced the teaching of the world regarding enemies.Refuse to take credit for behaving kindly and decently to friends and family.If you're disturbed by any of these teachings, take time to pray.Tomorrow: Perfection

What the Hell Happened to Them?

Podcast for a deep examination into the career and life choices of Julia Roberts. Patrick is a sourpuss today because of the lack of weather in his area. Joe tries to learn rain-dancing with surprising success. Lev becomes angry when he realizes that he lost his umbrella. Where does he finally locate it? Find out on this week's episode of 'What the Hell Happened to Them?' Email the cast at whathappenedtothem@gmail.com Disclaimer: This episode was recorded in December 2021. References may feel confusing and/or dated unusually quickly. 'Mona Lisa Smile' is available on DVD, Blu-ray, & VHS: https://www.amazon.com/Mona-Lisa-Smile-Blu-ray-Dominic/dp/B001CY5MYC/ref=sr_1_2?crid=34MBYANW6TFBB&keywords=mona+lisa+smile+blu+ray&qid=1639275298&s=movies-tv&sprefix=mona+li%2Cmovies-tv%2C206&sr=1-2 Music from 'Mona Lisa Smile' by will.i.am (feat. Nicole Scherzinger)   Artwork from BJ West   quixotic, united, skeyhill, vekeman, julia, roberts, syzygy, mona, lisa, smile, dunst, gyllenhaal, goodwin, styles, art, picasso, frasier, wellesley, woman, women, grace

First Baptist Church, Westcliffe, Colorado
In the Fullness of Time #2

First Baptist Church, Westcliffe, Colorado

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 34:41


We live in time, but God does not. Pastor Glenn talks about what that means for us as we celebrate Jesus' birth. Gal. 4:3-7; Matt. 1:18-23; Is. 7:14; Gen. 3:15; Luke 1:28-33, 2:8; Lev. 1:3; Deu. 15:21; Heb. 9:14; Eph. 5:27, 2:18; 1Pet. 1:19

Descargas predicanet
Episode 527: Evangelio segun San Mateo (c. 9)

Descargas predicanet

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 5:46


 Curación de un paralítico 34Mc. 2. 1-12 Lc. 5. 17-26 91 Jesús subió a la barca, atravesó el lago y regresó a su ciudad. 2 Entonces le presentaron a un paralítico tendido en una camilla. Al ver la fe de esos hombres, Jesús dijo al paralítico: «Ten confianza, hijo, tus pecados te son perdonados». 3 Algunos escribas pensaron: «Este hombre blasfema». 4 Jesús, leyendo sus pensamientos, les dijo: «¿Por qué piensan mal? 5 ¿Qué es más fácil decir: “Tus pecados te son perdonados”, o “Levántate y camina”? 6 Para que ustedes sepan que el Hijo del hombre tiene sobre la tierra el poder de perdonar los pecados –dijo al paralítico– levántate, toma tu camilla y vete a tu casa». 7 Él se levantó y se fue a su casa. 8 Al ver esto, la multitud quedó atemorizada y glorificaba a Dios por haber dado semejante poder a los hombres.  El llamado de Mateo 8Mc. 2. 13-14 Lc. 5. 27-28 9 Al irse de allí, Jesús vio a un hombre llamado Mateo, que estaba sentado a la mesa de recaudación de impuestos, y le dijo: «Sígueme». Él se levantó y lo siguió. 

¿Qué dice la Biblia?
3.- Mateo 2:13-23 y 3:1-12. Matanza de los niños, Juan el Bautista

¿Qué dice la Biblia?

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 39:45


https://iglesiacristianalaserena.cl/ Evangelio de Mateo, Capítulos 1 -14: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRM1H49l5o7M90xxW0TyaVo78XcOEVWbg Evangelio de Mateo, Capítulos 15 -28: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRM1H49l5o7Pa0HyleTgt7nRawF91FMqd En este episodio se estudiará el siguiente texto del Evangelio de Mateo: Mateo 2:13-23. Matanza de los niños 13 Después que partieron ellos, he aquí un ángel del Señor apareció en sueños a José y dijo: Levántate y toma al niño y a su madre, y huye a Egipto, y permanece allá hasta que yo te diga; porque acontecerá que Herodes buscará al niño para matarlo. 14 Y él, despertando, tomó de noche al niño y a su madre, y se fue a Egipto, 15 y estuvo allá hasta la muerte de Herodes; para que se cumpliese lo que dijo el Señor por medio del profeta, cuando dijo: De Egipto llamé a mi Hijo. 16 Herodes entonces, cuando se vio burlado por los magos, se enojó mucho, y mandó matar a todos los niños menores de dos años que había en Belén y en todos sus alrededores, conforme al tiempo que había inquirido de los magos. 17 Entonces se cumplió lo que fue dicho por el profeta Jeremías, cuando dijo: 18 Voz fue oída en Ramá, Grande lamentación, lloro y gemido; Raquel que llora a sus hijos,Y no quiso ser consolada, porque perecieron. 19 Pero después de muerto Herodes, he aquí un ángel del Señor apareció en sueños a José en Egipto, 20 diciendo: Levántate, toma al niño y a su madre, y vete a tierra de Israel, porque han muerto los que procuraban la muerte del niño. 21 Entonces él se levantó, y tomó al niño y a su madre, y vino a tierra de Israel. 22 Pero oyendo que Arquelao reinaba en Judea en lugar de Herodes su padre, tuvo temor de ir allá; pero avisado por revelación en sueños, se fue a la región de Galilea, 23 y vino y habitó en la ciudad que se llama Nazaret, para que se cumpliese lo que fue dicho por los profetas, que habría de ser llamado nazareno. Mateo 3:1-12. Predicación de Juan el Bautista (Mr. 1.1-8; Lc. 3.1-9,15-17; Jn. 1.19-28) 3 En aquellos días vino Juan el Bautista predicando en el desierto de Judea, 2 y diciendo: Arrepentíos, porque el reino de los cielos se ha acercado. 3 Pues este es aquel de quien habló el profeta Isaías, cuando dijo: Voz del que clama en el desierto: Preparad el camino del Señor, Enderezad sus sendas. 4 Y Juan estaba vestido de pelo de camello, y tenía un cinto de cuero alrededor de sus lomos; y su comida era langostas y miel silvestre. 5 Y salía a él Jerusalén, y toda Judea, y toda la provincia de alrededor del Jordán, 6 y eran bautizados por él en el Jordán, confesando sus pecados. 7 Al ver él que muchos de los fariseos y de los saduceos venían a su bautismo, les decía: ¡Generación de víboras! ¿Quién os enseñó a huir de la ira venidera? 8 Haced, pues, frutos dignos de arrepentimiento, 9 y no penséis decir dentro de vosotros mismos: A Abraham tenemos por padre; porque yo os digo que Dios puede levantar hijos a Abraham aun de estas piedras. 10 Y ya también el hacha está puesta a la raíz de los árboles; por tanto, todo árbol que no da buen fruto es cortado y echado en el fuego. 11 Yo a la verdad os bautizo en agua para arrepentimiento; pero el que viene tras mí, cuyo calzado yo no soy digno de llevar, es más poderoso que yo; él os bautizará en Espíritu Santo y fuego. 12 Su aventador está en su mano, y limpiará su era; y recogerá su trigo en el granero, y quemará la paja en fuego que nunca se apagará. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iglesia-icls/message

Evangelio del día y su meditación
Evangelio del Lunes 6 de Diciembre. Lucas 5,17-26

Evangelio del día y su meditación

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 5:09


Lc 5,17-26. Un día, mientras Jesús enseñaba, había entre los presentes algunos fariseos y doctores de la Ley, llegados de todas las regiones de Galilea, de Judea y de Jerusalén. La fuerza del Señor le daba poder para curar. Llegaron entonces unas personas transportando a un paralítico sobre una camilla y buscaban el modo de entrar, para llevarlo ante Jesús. Como no sabían por dónde introducirlo a causa de la multitud, subieron a la terraza y, desde el techo, lo bajaron con su camilla en medio de la concurrencia y lo pusieron delante de Jesús. Al ver su fe, Jesús le dijo: "Hombre, tus pecados te son perdonados". Los escribas y los fariseos comenzaron a preguntarse: "¿Quién es este que blasfema? ¿Quién puede perdonar los pecados, sino sólo Dios?". Pero Jesús, conociendo sus pensamientos, les dijo: "¿Qué es lo que están pensando? ¿Qué es más fácil decir: 'Tus pecados están perdonados', o 'Levántate y camina'?. Para que ustedes sepan que el Hijo del hombre tiene sobre la tierra el poder de perdonar los pecados -dijo al paralítico- yo te lo mando, levántate, toma tu camilla y vuelve a tu casa". Inmediatamente se levantó a la vista de todos, tomó su camilla y se fue a su casa alabando a Dios. Todos quedaron llenos de asombro y glorificaban a Dios, diciendo con gran temor: "Hoy hemos visto cosas maravillosas". Voz y Meditación Fr Pedro Brassesco. www.rosariodelaaurora.org

What the Hell Happened to Them?
Confessions of a Dangerous Mind

What the Hell Happened to Them?

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 42:35


Podcast for a deep examination into the career and life choices of Julia Roberts. Patrick unveils the biopic he would make. Lev is angry it's not about him. Joe tries to play peace-maker but is distracted by an eerie text message. Who (or what) is it from? Find out on this week's episode of 'What the Hell Happened to Them?' Email the cast at whathappenedtothem@gmail.com Disclaimer: This episode was recorded in November 2021. References may feel confusing and/or dated unusually quickly. 'Confessions of a Dangerous Mind' is available on DVD, Blu-ray, & VHS: https://www.amazon.com/Confessions-Dangerous-Mind-Blu-ray-Merkel/dp/B005I0DV8A Music from 'If I Had a Hammer' by Peter, Paul, and Mary 'The Dating Game Theme' by Herb Alpert Artwork from BJ West   quixotic, united, skeyhill, vekeman, julia, roberts, syzygy, dangerous, mind, confessions, rockwell, dating, clooney, berrymore, hippie, game, show, biopic, barris, gong

Algo del Evangelio - Padre Rodrigo Aguilar
Lucas 5, 17-26 - II Lunes de adviento

Algo del Evangelio - Padre Rodrigo Aguilar

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 8:47


+ Evangelio de nuestro Señor Jesucristo según san Lucas 5, 17-26 Un día, mientras Jesús enseñaba, había entre los presentes algunos fariseos y doctores de la Ley, llegados de todas las regiones de Galilea, de Judea y de Jerusalén. La fuerza del Señor le daba poder para curar. Llegaron entonces unas personas transportando a un paralítico sobre una camilla y buscaban el modo de entrar, para llevarlo ante Jesús. Como no sabían por dónde introducirlo a causa de la multitud, subieron a la terraza y, desde el techo, lo bajaron con su camilla en medio de la concurrencia y lo pusieron delante de Jesús. Al ver su fe, Jesús le dijo: «Hombre, tus pecados te son perdonados.» Los escribas y los fariseos comenzaron a preguntarse: « ¿Quién es este que blasfema? ¿Quién puede perdonar los pecados, sino sólo Dios?» Pero Jesús, conociendo sus pensamientos, les dijo: « ¿Qué es lo que están pensando? ¿Qué es más fácil decir: "Tus pecados están perdonados", o "Levántate y camina"? Para que ustedes sepan que el Hijo del hombre tiene sobre la tierra el poder de perdonar los pecados -dijo al paralítico- yo te lo mando, levántate, toma tu camilla y vuelve a tu casa.» Inmediatamente se levantó a la vista de todos, tomó su camilla y se fue a su casa alabando a Dios. Todos quedaron llenos de asombro y glorificaban a Dios, diciendo con gran temor: «Hoy hemos visto cosas maravillosas.» Palabra del Señor.

La catequesis del dìa de Tiziana, Apòstol de la Vida Interior
reflexiones sobre el Evangelio del lunes 6 de diciembre de 2021 (Lc 5, 17-26)

La catequesis del dìa de Tiziana, Apòstol de la Vida Interior

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 6:15


- Presione el botón PLAY para escuchar la catequesis del día, y comparte si lo quieres -+ Del Evangelio según san Lucas +Un día, estaba Jesús enseñando, y estaban sentados unos fariseos y maestros de la ley, venidos de todas las aldeas de Galilea, Judea y Jerusalén. Y el poder del Señor estaba con él para realizar curaciones.En esto, llegaron unos hombres que traían en una camilla a un hombre paralítico y trataban de introducirlo y colocarlo delante de él. No encontrando por donde introducirlo a causa del gentío, subieron a la azotea, lo descolgaron con la camilla a través de las tejas, y lo pusieron en medio, delante de Jesús. Él, viendo la fe de ellos, dijo:«Hombre, tus pecados están perdonados».Entonces se pusieron a pensar los escribas y los fariseos:«¿Quién es éste que dice blasfemias? ¿Quién puede perdonar pecados sino sólo Dios?».Pero Jesús, conociendo sus pensamientos, respondió y les dijo:«¿Qué estáis pensando en vuestros corazones? ¿Qué es más fácil, decir: “Tus pecados te son perdonados”, o decir: “Levántate y echa a andar”? Pues, para que veáis que el Hijo del hombre tiene poder en la tierra para perdonar pecados —dijo al paralítico—: “A ti te lo digo, ponte en pie, toma tu camilla y vete a tu casa”».Y, al punto, levantándose a la vista de ellos, tomó la camilla donde había estado tendido y se marchó a su casa dando gloria a DiosEl asombro se apoderó de todos y daban gloria a Dios. Y, llenos de temor, decían:«Hoy hemos visto maravillas».Palabra de Dios.

System of Systems
The Jouissance of the Micro-Cop UNLOCKED (w/ Nina Power and Lev Parker)

System of Systems

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 102:31


In this new episode, Morbid Books editor and writer Lev Parker joins the show for the second time, this time bringing along none other than the divine philosopher and poet Nina Power, who of course just wrote a beautiful afterword for Adam's new book 'Communions'. A wide variety of topics are addressed, from the middle class tendency towards being a micro-cop, to gender extremism, to the role for art against such dismal sociopolitics. Lev has a new novel out called '4th Industrial Revolution Pimp' that none other than NY-based transgressive writer Supervert has called "the first great work of Covid literature." Nina's new book is coming out in early 2022, 'What Do Men Want?' finds Nina exploring the dilemma held by men in the 21st Century. Soundtrack: Prince "Jack U Off" (https://music.apple.com/us/album/jack-u-off/1544294164?i=1544294802) Public Image Limited  "Graveyard" (https://music.apple.com/us/album/graveyard/95911817?i=95911253) Sightings  "Hate Take Hate" (https://music.apple.com/us/album/hate-take-hate/285018097?i=285018174) Soft Cell "Seedy Films" (https://music.apple.com/us/album/seedy-films/1444125350?i=1444125518) Sonic Youth and Yamatsuka Eye  "No Song 2, part 3" (https://music.apple.com/us/album/no-song-2-pt-3/303175693?i=303175706) Scritti Politti "Absolute" (https://youtu.be/L7Mk_JgesEM) Disembowelment "Slaughtered Remains" (https://music.apple.com/us/album/slaughtered-remains/190215227?i=190222112) LINKS: Lev's '4th Industrial Revolution Pimp' at Morbid Books: https://morbidbooks.net/shop/fourth-industrial-revolution-pimp/ Pre-order Nina's 'What Do Men Want?": https://www.whsmith.co.uk/products/what-do-men-want-an-inquiry-into-love-sex-and-power/nina-power/hardback/9780241356500.html Nina Power Substack: https://ninapower.substack.com/ Nina lectures on men: https://youtu.be/cDqMfo8yQ2U Lev interviewed by Luke Cohen on Safety Propaganda: https://safetypropaganda.substack.com/p/edgelord-4-pimping-the-pandemic-by Adam discusses 'Communions' with New Books Network: https://newbooksnetwork.com/adam-lehrer-communions-hyperidean-press-2021

Soy Claretiano
Lámpara para mis pasos 2/dic/2021

Soy Claretiano

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 11:05


Meditación del Evangelio según San Mateo 7, 21.24-27 por el biblista P. Norberto Padilla, misionero claretiano. Construir sobre roca. Canción: Levántate amada mía, de Hermana Glenda ---------- Lectura del santo evangelio según san Mateo 7, 21.24-27 En aquel tiempo, dijo Jesús a sus discípulos: «No todo el que me dice “Señor, Señor” entrará en el reino de los cielos, sino el que cumple la voluntad de mi Padre que está en el cielo. El que escucha estas palabras mías y las pone en práctica se parece a aquel hombre prudente que edificó su casa sobre roca. Cayó la lluvia, se salieron los ríos, soplaron los vientos y descargaron contra la casa; pero no se hundió, porque estaba cimentada sobre roca. El que escucha estas palabras mías y no las pone en práctica se parece a aquel hombre necio que edificó su casa sobre arena. Cayó la lluvia, se salieron los ríos, soplaron los vientos y rompieron contra la casa, y se hundió totalmente." Palabra del Señor... Gloria a ti, Señor Jesús. #SoyClaretiano #Evangelio #MisionerosClaretianos Música de introducción: Lámpara Es Tu Palabra, de Ain Karem

The Optimal Life with Nate Haber
Ep. 200 - Dr. Avigail (Abby) Lev :: Society's Mental Health and Personality Disorder Problem

The Optimal Life with Nate Haber

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 45:28


Dr. Avigail "Abby" Lev is a psychotherapist and founder of CBT Online, an online platform that connects people with therapists who specialize in behavioral therapy.  She joined me for a detailed conversation about mental health problems affecting our society -- some of which are caused by ghosting, zombieing, love bombing and gaslighting -- in addition to providing details of the characteristics and traits of people with Narcissistic Personality Disorder and Borderline Personality Disorder. Connect with Dr. Lev at https://cbtonline.com/ and at https://bayareacbtcenter.com/  Connect with Nate at http://natehaber.com FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM

Soy Claretiano
Lámpara para mis pasos 25/nov/2021

Soy Claretiano

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 16:01


Meditación del Evangelio según San Lucas 17, 11-19 por el biblista P. Norberto Padilla, misionero claretiano. ¿No ha venido más que este extranjero para dar gracias? Canción: Gracias mi Dios, de Kairy Marquez ---------- Lectura del santo evangelio según san Lucas 17, 11-19 En aquel tiempo, yendo Jesús camino de Jerusalén, pasaba entre Samaria y Galilea. Cuando iba a entrar en un pueblo, vinieron a su encuentro diez leprosos, que se pararon a lo lejos y a gritos le decían: «Jesús, maestro, ten compasión de nosotros.» Al verlos, les dijo: «Vayan a presentarse a los sacerdotes.» Y, mientras iban de camino, quedaron limpios. Uno de ellos, viendo que estaba curado, se volvió alabando a Dios a grandes gritos y se echó por tierra a los pies de Jesús, dándole gracias. Éste era un samaritano. Jesús tomó la palabra y dijo: «¿No han quedado limpios los diez?; los otros nueve, ¿dónde están? ¿No ha venido más que este extranjero para dar gloria a Dios?» Y le dijo: «Levántate, vete; tu fe te ha salvado.» Palabra del Señor... Gloria a ti, Señor Jesús. #SoyClaretiano #Evangelio #MisionerosClaretianos Música de introducción: Lámpara Es Tu Palabra, de Ain Karem

Ear Snacks
Keys: Unlocking Appreciation for Music and Art

Ear Snacks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 22:36


Kevin & Louise Giraffe continue cracking gate codes, Andrew & Polly think more about why things are locked, and two special guests share about 24,001 special keys! Martina Castro (Adonde Media founder and host of The Vivo Songbook, the podcast about that awesome Lin-Mauel Miranda / Sony Pictures Animation movie) shares what she learned from Buena Vista Social Club's Juan de Marcos about the key to Cuban music -- la Clave! Renowned sculptor and social practice artist Paul Ramierez Jonas opens conversations about public spaces and access with the 24,000 keys hey made as part of the Key to the City project. Last but not least, many thanks to the kids on this episode -- Lev, Wilder, Gertie and Jack! If your family is interested in being on the show, visit earsnacks.org Annnnnd thanks to our awesome supporters at patreon.com/earsnacks -- just $2/month unlocks special bonus content and personalized birthday videos from us. Connect with us there or on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter or TikTok!

Connecting with Dr. Kim Swales
Episode 52: Toxic Positivity and ACT Therapy for Couples with Dr. Avigail Lev

Connecting with Dr. Kim Swales

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 44:57


In this episode, Kim talks to psychotherapist, Dr. Avigail Lev about toxic positivity and acceptance and commitment therapy for couples. First, they discuss what toxic positivity is, how it impacts us and our anxiety and ways to deal with it. Then, Dr. Lev offers her incredible insight into couples therapy. She goes in depth about our schemas or perspectives that we all bring to relationships. Links: Dr. Avigail Lev Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Couples CBT Online Bay Area CBT Center