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Croatoan Report
Episode 32: Whore of the Orient

Croatoan Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 61:34


Welcome back everyone, I hope you had a good Thanksgiving/Christmas/New Year season. We are back this week to talk about the lady herself, the Peoples Republic of China. I am joined by Sino Talk (@sino_talk) and Expeditionary Intelligence Group (@expint.v1) and we focus on China's activity domestically, in Africa and lightly touch on Central and South America. I hope you enjoy.

a ModelersLife
Great ProtoThrottle Give Away!!

a ModelersLife

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 99:25


“What if we gave away our 1,000th ProtoThrottle to raise money for the Colorado Model Railroad Museum that Michelle Kempema runs??” These words were spoken to me by Michael Petersen whom I hadn't heard or seen from since we worked side by side as bus boys on the Orient Express during the late eighties. Stunned by the offer, but anxious to help Ms. Kempema who in recent times had taken a job as a t-shirt model to raise money for the museum, I quickly accepted. Michael stated there were a few conditions that must be met, apparently his time in the Orient had prohibited the fine folks at Iowa Scale Engineering from mailing any ProtoThrottles across the Atlantic and as of this broadcast Bhutan was strictly off limits. But fortunately, if you live in Canada, New Zealand, Australia or the United States of America you're eligible to enter the free draw at the Amherst Railroad Hobby Show. So bring a pen, a couple of bucks for the museum and you too could be operating your layout with one of the finest throttles on the market today.

Intermediate Spanish Stories
E49 El Día de los Reyes Magos

Intermediate Spanish Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 24:26


The día de Los Reyes is better known as the feast of Epiphany in English. Los Reyes Magos – known as the Three Wise Men, or Three Kings in English – are three men who followed the North Star to the town of Bethlehem to welcome baby Jesus into the world. Melchor, Gaspar, and Baltasar traveled from a faraway place to gift the Son of God with gold, incense, and myrrh.While children in everywhere received their presents on Christmas day, those living in México and other Latin-American countries are still waiting for January 6th. Why? Because it is the day when the 3 wise men from the Orient will arrive and bring their presents to baby Jesus, or at least that's how the story goes.That day they will also celebrate eating the popular “Three Kings Bread” called Rosca de Reyes in México, and Mexican hot chocolate. People do not usually bake their Rosca bread. This is a busy time for the Mexican bakeries that will be selling these delicious Roscas not just to eat at home, but also in the office or school.Inside the bread, or Rosca is a plastic little doll (about one inch long) representing baby Jesus. Whoever gets the doll in their slice has to cook tamales on February 2nd. Also called Candelaria Day. You will find the full transcript at https://interspanish.buzzsprout.comAs always, I really appreciate your thoughts and feedback about the show. You can reach out to me :Email me episode suggestions to: InterSpanishPodcast@gmail.comYouTube:https://www.youtube.com/@interspanishpodcastFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/interspanishPodcast/about/?ref=page_internalInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/interspanish/Listen: https://interspanish.buzzsprout.com/shareTwitter: https://twitter.com/InterSpanishPod

Water & Nature Sounds Meditation for Women
Pretty Day in the Orient

Water & Nature Sounds Meditation for Women

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 64:08


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The Orient Outlook Podcast
Orient Outlook Podcast - Episode 307

The Orient Outlook Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 88:57


Weekly Unofficial Leyton Orient Podcast by @stevienuss & @supero1881. This episode includes: *Your South Stand Chums review the Stevenage match *Richie Wellens' FULL POST match interview thanks to Dave Victor *Lots of talking points regarding the match, team selection and January transfer activity *Loads of your views & reactions from the week that was *News from around the club from the past week *Prediction league update *Positives and negatives of the week *Hero Of The week *Plus lots more... Listen now to the most comprehensive round of Orient news and views anywhere in the world. Up the O's!

Au cœur de l'histoire
Que peut (vraiment) nous apprendre la chute de l'Empire romain ?

Au cœur de l'histoire

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 18:05


INTERVIEW - Pour creuser les vraies raisons de la chute de l'Empire romain, Virginie Girod reçoit Dimitri Tilloi-d'Ambrosi, agrégé et docteur en histoire romaine. Il est l'auteur de "24 heures de la vie sous Néron" (Presses universitaires de France). Au fil des siècles, la chute de l'Empire romain est devenue une sorte de mythe. C'est un peu le maître-étalon de la mort des civilisations. Les causes de cette chute sont nombreuses : elle commence par une crise politique qui cause, en domino d'autres crises économiques, sociales, migratoires, religieuses, morales. L'historien américain Kyle Harper, auteur du livre Comment l'Empire romain s'est effondré, évoque deux autres causes qui auraient provoqué la chute de Rome : les changements climatiques et les pandémies. Qu'en est-il vraiment ?Quelle a pu être l'influence du climat ? "Ce que Harper définit comme l'optimum climatique romain est une période qui est comprise entre le IIᵉ siècle avant Jésus-Christ et jusqu'à la dynastie des Antonin, qui est traditionnellement considérée comme un âge d'or pour l'Antiquité romaine. Cette période correspond, d'un point de vue géopolitique, effectivement à une expansion de l'Empire sans se place au IIᵉ siècle avant Jésus-Christ. C'est l'époque de la victoire sur Carthage, de l'expansion en Orient. Cette période d'expansion et d'apogée de Rome correspond à des conditions climatiques particulièrement favorables pour le monde romain, avec des températures plutôt chaudes, une humidité et donc une pluviométrie suffisante et évidemment, ce qui est fondamental pour l'agriculture et donc évidemment des conditions naturelles favorables à un essor économique et également pour la production de nourriture".Quelle est la situation en Egypte dans l'Antiquité, dans cette civilisation où la crue du Nil est si fondamentale ? Et comment analyser ce que dit Grégoire le Grand, l'un des Pères de l'Église au VIᵉ siècle, qui considère que les catastrophes climatiques qu'il constate notamment en Italie, annoncent la fin du monde ?Sujets abordés : Rome - Italie -Empire Romain - Jules César - Egypte - Antiquité - climat - sécheresse - Nil - Grégoire Le Grand - épidémie - peste - Jésus-Christ - Nouveau testament

Debout les copains !
Une histoire du nez

Debout les copains !

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 7:01


Dans Historiquement Vôtre, Clémentine Portier-Kaltenbach s'amuse à retracer la symbolique de “l'idiot du visage", le nez. Dans l'Antiquité, on coupait le nez des femmes adultères. Plus tard, en Orient, ce sont les Chrétiens et les voleurs qui perdaient le leur. Chez les rois Bourbons, dit-on, le nez s'est transmis durant 8 générations. Parmi les illustres, Virgile, François 1er ou Louis XIV, arboraient un nez proéminent. Un indice selon certain, sur la taille d'un autre de leurs attributs !

Sleep Meditation for Women
Sleep Sounds: An Evening in the Orient

Sleep Meditation for Women

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 62:10


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The Orient Outlook Podcast
Orient Outlook Podcast - Episode 306

The Orient Outlook Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 73:20


Weekly Unofficial Leyton Orient Podcast by @stevienuss & @supero1881. This episode includes: We review our game vs Barrow Richie Wellens' FULL POST match interview thanks to Dave Victor *Paul feels we're having a mini crisis. Let us know if you agree or not! *Lots of talking points regarding the transfer window *Loads of your views *We predicted the line up for next week's game vs Stevenage *News from around the club from the past week *Ladies team update *Prediction league update *Positives and negatives of the week *Hero Of The week *Plus lots more... Listen now to the most comprehensive round of Orient news and views anywhere in the world. Up the O's!

Concordance des temps
Drogues d'Orient, une longue passion

Concordance des temps

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 58:12


durée : 00:58:12 - Concordance des temps - par : Jean-Noël Jeanneney - Jean-Pierre Filiu revient sur l'histoire de la production et de la consommation des stupéfiants au Moyen-Orient. Un voyage, depuis l'Antiquité, qui offre une porte d'entrée vers une meilleure appréciation de bien des enjeux de pouvoirs, dans l'ordre international comme au cœur des États. - invités : Jean-Pierre Filiu professeur des universités en histoire à Sciences Po (Paris). Il anime sur le site du quotidien "Le Monde" le blog "Un si proche Orient".

The Orient Outlook Podcast
Orient Outlook Podcast - Episode 305.mp3

The Orient Outlook Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 68:20


Weekly Unofficial Leyton Orient Podcast by @stevienuss & @supero1881. This episode includes: We reviewed our game vs Doncaster Rovers, Richie Wellens's FULL POST Crewe interview thanks to Dave Victor Our views Loads of fan views News from around the club from the past week Youth team update Prediction league update Fantasy football update Positives and negatives Hero of the week as voted for by fans Up the O's

Terra X
Mystik und Geheimreligionen im Orient

Terra X

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 16:42


The Hake Report
J6 Anniversary! Dirty Hollywood. Border Invasion! (Fri. 1-6-23)

The Hake Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 123:07


Jan 6: Patriotic Anniversary and Orthodox Christmas! Dirty Hollywood mess: Noah Schnapp, Edward Norton… Federale on the border! The Hake Report, Friday, January 6, 2023 AD MUSIC: "Breath Of Heaven (Mary's Song)" - Amy Grant (1992, Home for Christmas)  //  "I Wonder as I Wander" - Fangs (2004, All I Want for Christmas compilation by Lujo Records)  //  CALLERSART, OH: Goes off on various topics // FREDERICK, CA: White collar crime is more damaging than blue collar // GIUSEPPE, TX: Hake, your off-the-cuff asides in Hake News is the best content. // WILLIAM, CA: Jan 6 wasn't that serious. Racism? First Amendment! // BRIAN, NC: Buddy told me women are the main thieves in certain stores! Very dishonest! // TIME STAMPS* 0:00:00 Fri, Jan 6, 2023 AD* 0:02:40 Hey, guys!* 0:05:41 ART, OH: Rattling off establishment shenanigans* 0:14:47 Congress ain't so tough* 0:15:58 Epiphany: Three wise men / kings from the Orient* 0:22:10 J6 "patriots"? (Hassan chimes in: USA and God…)* 0:33:09 FREDERICK, CA: Corporate theft worse than blacks* 0:48:25 1968 Romeo and Juliet stars sue Paramount* 0:52:25 Stranger Things star Noah Schnapp "comes out"* 0:57:36 "Breath Of Heaven (Mary's Song)" - Amy Grant* 1:01:59 Hake talks, reads chat, during music* 1:04:18 Blue collar crime raises costs* 1:06:41 Super: Noah Schnapp, Joebama "recession"* 1:08:28 GIUSEPPE, TX: Hake News asides are the best* 1:13:57 Edward Norton's Pocahontas and slaveowner roots* 1:21:09 Prince Harry wants a family, backstabs William!* 1:25:20 WILLIAM, CA: J6, neighbors, racism…* 1:30:34 BRIAN, NC: Theft by women! Dishonesty! Family breakup* 1:40:34 Connect to God, PW: Prayer… for Damar Hamlin* 1:43:52 False start w/ KJP on border security* 1:44:55 Federale Fifth Columnist: Expedited Removal!* 1:56:15 Karine Jean-Pierre's fake pointing* 1:59:00 "I Wonder as I Wander" - FangsThe Hake Report LIVE M-F 9-11 AM PT (12-2 PM ET) Call-in 888-775-3773 – thehakereport.com BLOG https://www.thehakereport.com/blog/2023/1/6/the-hake-report-fri-1-6-23 ALSO ON SUBSTACKHAKE LINKSVIDEO  YouTube  |  Rumble*  |  Facebook  |  Twitter  |  Odysee*  ||  Archive  BitChute  PODCAST  Apple  |  Spotify  |  Castbox  |  Podcast Addict  |  Pocket Casts  |  Substack  *SUPER CHAT  Streamlabs  ||  SUPPORT  Substack  |  SubscribeStar  |  Locals  ||  SHOP  Teespring Also see Hake News on The Jesse Lee Peterson Show, and Hake's recent Appearances on other shows.  Get full access to The Hake Report at thehakereport.substack.com/subscribe

#MenschMahler - Die Podcast Kolumne - podcast eins GmbH

230107PC Gold Weihrauch und MyrreMensch Mahler am 07.01.2023Nun hat er seine Ruhe gefunden. Benedikt der 16. wurde gestern feierlich mit einem Requiem von dieser Welt verabschiedet. Nicht ohne ihm vorher die Grabbeilagen in den Zypressensarg gelegt zu haben: Münzen und Medaillen aus den Pontifikatsjahren sowie das „Rogitum“, eine Urkunde, die wichtige Stationen aus dem Leben und Wirken des Verstorbenen enthält.Das Gold wäre damit schon mal mitgeben auf die Reise von dieser in die andere Welt, in der das Gold vermutlich so wenig benötigt wird wie die Urkunde mit den Taten des Pontifex. Das alles zählt nicht mehr. Das letzte Hemd des Papstes hat genauso wenige Taschen wie Ihres und meines. Wenn man nackt zur Welt kommt, sind die Gaben notwendiger. Daran erinnern uns heute die Sternsinger. Die Sterndeuter brachten zu Christi Geburt Gold mit, klar, von etwas muss man leben. Weihrauch wird in der ayurvedischen Medizin eingesetzt – er lindert Schmerzen in den Gelenken. Myrre ist entzündungshemmend, schmerzlindernd, desinfizierend, blutungsstillend und antimikrobiell – vor allem bei Entzündungen der Haut sowie der Schleimhäute im Mund- und Rachenbereich.Gesunde und hilfreiche Dinge haben die Magier aus dem Orient dem Jesuskind zu Füßen gelegt. Wenn die Sternsinger heute zu ihnen kommen, dann bringen sie nichts mit. Außer dem Segen für ihr Haus. Aber sie wollen etwas haben: Geld für notleidende Kinder auf der Welt.So wird ein Schuh draus. Ich meine, dass die Goldmünzen im Sarg des Papstes wahrlich besser hätten eingesetzt werden können. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Berean Manifesto
S4EP04 - To Be Hot?

The Berean Manifesto

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 54:25


Pastor Bill: [2:04] Hello and welcome to season four, episode four of The Berean Manifesto; Faith, Hope, and Love for the Modern Christian. I'm Pastor Bill and I am joined by Pastor Newms. As always, Newms, how are you doing?   Pastor Newms: [2:22] I'm good, sir. How are you today?   Pastor Bill: [2:24] I'm well tonight. I'm well. How was your Christmas break? We took two weeks off the podcast.   Pastor Newms: [2:30] We did. We were busy between the two of us. Days that you weren't busy. I was, days that you were busy. I wasn't. And it made it very. It's no big deal. It's the holidays. I mean, I actually texted Mom. I was like, Hey, make sure Biggs is on right on time tonight because I had something funny. And she was like, I didn't know you guys were going live tonight. I was like, That's true. It is the first. So the way it fell, you know, it's a little different, but it's good. It's good. I had pretty, pretty good things. I worked. A lot. I've only had I had last Friday and then Monday, and then I have Monday off. So it was three, four-day weeks in a row. But I didn't take any additional time this year because I didn't do any traveling, so I saved my vacation for later. So. And Biggs is saying that you did your office is something different that I'm not noticing?   Pastor Bill: [3:48] Um, I don't know. I mean, we did. It is a recent redo, and then we did take a couple of weeks off, so. Maybe it's just hitting different.   Pastor Newms: [3:59] Maybe. I don't know. I don't know. How was your holidays?   Pastor Bill: [4:05] All right, So. There were holidays. You know, my sister Natalie flew in from California with her husband, Luke. We haven't seen them in three years, so we got to go spend some time with them. That was fun and games and whatnot over at my mom's house.   Pastor Newms: [4:28] Did you guys get any bad ice or anything?   Pastor Bill: [4:28] Christmas at the mother-in-law's. We got some cold, but there was no bad ice.   Pastor Newms: [4:36] That's good. There was snow on the ground near Christmas, but technically not a white Christmas this year. It was like.   Pastor Bill: [4:44] We got snow. But it didn't stick. So.   Pastor Newms: [4:49] And we had ice by the time it was Christmas.   Pastor Bill: [4:50] And then today. It was like 80 degrees with a nice breeze outside. I spent like 2 hours in the front yard laying on a comforter spread. Doing my last-minute study for tonight. Just enjoying the, you know, the nice temperatures.   Pastor Newms: [5:10] It's like sixties here now. Yeah. So.   Pastor Bill: [5:17] Cool. But as far as weeks go, it was just, you know, busy with a bunch of holidays.   Pastor Newms: [5:25] Yeah, I. I did something. I did something big in games, but not a huge deal outside of games. I completed the Pokédex for Scarlet Violet, minus one. Because you have to in order to get a tradable version of the legendary, you have to beat the game. And I haven't beaten Violet yet, so I don't have them right on. But I have every other Pokémon in my life decks. And so that was a thing that I did this week and then started playing a completely different game. So that was fun. Yeah, it was fun.   Pastor Bill: [6:06] Is the game called Your Chronicle?   Pastor Newms: [6:09] No, that's one of my idle games. Your Chronicle and idling to rule the gods are my two idol games that I play, so they're pretty much always up, and Discord just grabs whatever game was up last. I try to normally not play heavy. Lots of movement and sound games during.   Pastor Bill: [6:34] Service podcast.   Pastor Newms: [6:34] Sunday night. And yes, as Senior Poopie Bottom said, I, I did not know. Okay. So I just realized. Senior Poopy Bottom who Senior Poopy Bottom is. And I don't know if I knew who Senior Poopy Bottom was until just now.   Pastor Bill: [6:55] Who is a Senior Poopy Bottom? I do not know who it is. No.   Pastor Newms: [6:55] Have we talked about that? Senior Poopy Bottom. Did I know that you were Senior Poopy Bottom?   Pastor Bill: [7:05] Let the rest of us in on the secret, bro.   Pastor Newms: [7:08] Well, he's sitting on my couch, um, downstairs. Not. Not the dog right here. That'd be creepy.   Pastor Bill: [7:16] Not to judge the type.   Pastor Newms: [7:18] But that's actually. That's actually Mr. Groggy.   Pastor Bill: [7:24] That's Mr. Groggy. How many identities does that man have?   Pastor Newms: [7:25] Mr. Groggy. I don't know what I do. Oh. Well, that's why I was like, Wait a second. He was letting me play Violet. Yeah, I let him borrow Violet last week, which is why while he was borrowing Violet, I finished the Scarlet dex and then did a bunch of trades when he came in. You know, because he came to spend New Years with us, and we played Mortal Kombat 11 on the Switch all night till, like, one. And if she says anything, it's not true. Rayne did not beat me like four or five times in a row. That is fake news. If she tells you that it is, it is not true. Mm-hmm. I was not a happy person. She beat me so many times. Just over and over again. And. But anyway, it's. It's all good.   Pastor Bill: [8:31] So you got a venom thing? You showed us that. I got a pocket watch that I attached to a wristband. So I can just. Find.   Pastor Newms: [8:33] I did. Oh, that's. That's steampunk.   Pastor Bill: [8:48] So steampunk. I love it. It's great. So steampunk.   Pastor Newms: [8:48] It's so steampunk when you come out here to visit. There's this. And we decide to take everybody to Dollywood. There's down there in Gatlinburg, there's this place that is this thing that you do. I can't do it because it's. It's like 3D and stuff, but. The whole idea is that you're in the steampunk ship going around the world. And so, like in the gift shop, there's the steampunk hats and steampunk goggles. And I was like, Oh, Bill would love all this crap.   Pastor Bill: [9:26] Have to go just for the gift shop.   Pastor Newms: [9:28] Yeah, we will. We probably won't pay for everyone to do that because it's like, Yeah. That was part of the existing grandma. Gloria's Christmas to us was everything they paid for, for the girls you know how that is, with Six Flags often. And so it was like, oh no. And yes, because I do know how you felt all those times that I beat you now while my children beat me at games so. Mhm.   Pastor Bill: [10:00] The wheel of time turns.   Pastor Newms: [10:02] Yeah. Yeah.   Pastor Bill: [10:05] What else? I got money. I got some money. Um. A couple of shots, of Fireball.   Pastor Newms: [10:19] How's that? Okay. Okay.   Pastor Bill: [10:22] They sell those little bottles that are just a shot's worth.   Pastor Newms: [10:23] I. Yep. Now, I fully understand. It's just. That's an interesting Christmas present. I didn't. Didn't. Huh?   Pastor Bill: [10:32] That was one of my favorite stocking stuffers, actually.   Pastor Newms: [10:36] He. I can understand.   Pastor Bill: [10:41] So, you know.   Pastor Newms: [10:43] It's actually, the cinnamon is not that high in carbs. So.   Pastor Bill: [10:51] All right. And now it's time for Getting To Know The Pastors. Yep, it is. As I pack my deck. Now the. Yeah. Yeah.   Pastor Newms: [10:55] Is it your week? Yeah. Like a pack of cigarettes when neither of us smokes. Okay. That makes so much sense. Only. Hmm.   Pastor Bill: [11:07] Right. All right. Would you rather.   Pastor Newms: [11:11] I'm going to say something right now. If this card is terrible and we start the year off with an awful card out of your deck, I'm not going to be happy. Go. You did not just change the card.   Pastor Bill: [11:29] I'm thinking about it.   Pastor Newms: [11:39] Oh, man. Now just read it. Try to start the year off. Right.   Pastor Bill: [11:45] So. Yeah. It's starting off, right? I mean, come girl.   Pastor Newms: [11:56] Oh.   Pastor Bill: [11:59] Okay. I'm sorry. Would you rather. Be the best player on a horrible team or the worst player on a great team.   Pastor Newms: [12:14] See, that's really hard because here's the reason why I say that's really hard. So like, if you're the best player on the worst team. And you feel like you're. Like you're wasting your time and talents. And I take that from a team, sports or business. But if you're the worst, you're constantly worried you're about to get got. So. Oh, that's. That's rough. That one is rough. I prefer to be third on either side.   Pastor Bill: [12:58] I prefer just not to do team things. But just. Yeah.   Pastor Newms: [13:02] I prefer to be like the third or fourth smartest person in a room and the most efficient person in a room. And like the. Unless you get traded a week before the Super Bowl. Um.   Pastor Bill: [13:17] Oh, yeah, that would stink.   Pastor Newms: [13:20] But Biggs. So Biggs says the worst on a good team. Um, I. Oh, I would have to say probably. Think if I actually had the answer, I would say. I don't want to ever be the best because it just feels. Even being mediocrely above the medium feels terrible when you're doing when you feel like you're doing more than others.   Pastor Bill: [13:52] If I was the best, I'd always be worried about eighties montages. It's like if you didn't suddenly be like. You're the best around. And I'd be like, Oh, crap. I'm in a montage.   Pastor Newms: [13:57] She's not us. 30-second buffer, 30-second buffer, 30-second buffer, Pastor Bill started. Singing 80 songs. Hmm. For those of you who don't get that joke, come join us live. And you will. Oh, yes. So but you got to choose which one? Which one would you truly choose? I prefer to just be middle, but. I think I agree with Biggs.   Pastor Bill: [14:45] The worst.   Pastor Newms: [14:46] Yeah, I think it's just I think being the best at anything at any moment is just would be infuriating. Like, if you were.   Pastor Bill: [14:52] The worst on the team, I mean.   Pastor Newms: [14:54] Because if you're the best on a bad team, I mean, if you're like, yeah, if you're the best on a bad team, you're constantly you'd be constantly frustrated because you're failing, but you're awesome.   Pastor Bill: [15:08] I mean, you'd constantly feel like Judas, just like, Man, I am better than these. Oh, wait, That was just.   Pastor Newms: [15:14] That was just pride. That's different. That was just. That was just pride. I need a fidget. Okay. I got one. I got one. I just realized I'm fidgeting with an extremely sharp. Knife. And if I slip, I must cut a finger. Of course, that's a straight, like, straight-edge razor blade. That's what I'm looking for. So that should not be what we're fidgeting with.   Pastor Bill: [15:40] So. You know, there's a new doctor coming up for Doctor Who?   Pastor Newms: [15:44] I have heard. Mm hmm. Hmm. Hmm hmm. Even though I'm far behind. But. Yes.   Pastor Bill: [15:47] And David Tennant, David Tennant is now the 10th and the 14th doctor. And there wasn't supposed to be any kind of release this year. And the BBC made this big deal of something big is coming tomorrow. Right.   Pastor Newms: [16:08] Like tomorrow is and tomorrow or they made a big deal and it's in the past. Okay. Oh.   Pastor Bill: [16:08] And it was. No like. New Years Adam They made a big deal that New Year's Eve, they were going to drop something big. And everybody was like, Oh, we're getting a surprise episode. Some kind of short. It was a trailer for next year's special. They made a Big To-Do about releasing a trailer.   Pastor Newms: [16:35] Well, that's what a teaser is.   Pastor Bill: [16:36] Oh, people are livid.   Pastor Newms: [16:39] That's what a teaser is. It's teasing the fact that there's a trailer.   Pastor Bill: [16:40] That they made such a big deal about the trailer.   Pastor Newms: [16:45] But that's. They do that with movies. They do that with everything. Because you release a teaser that says that there's a trailer coming.   Pastor Bill: [16:46] Oh, people are upset. I'm upset.   Pastor Newms: [16:55] I mean, that's what a teaser is. A teaser teases the trailer.   Pastor Bill: [16:59] But they could have said, we're releasing a trailer. But they made it sound like they were releasing something real.   Pastor Newms: [17:02] No, that's no fun. That's not a teaser. Hmm. Well, it was real. It was real footage. It was. Does he look good as The Doctor?   Pastor Bill: [17:09] And then there was this very.   Pastor Newms: [17:19] Oh, David Tennant's the next special. Okay. I'm sorry. I thought the next. Oh, okay. I'm trying to.   Pastor Bill: [17:24] Gave it the next, like three specials. As the 14th doctor, and then he'll regenerate into the 15th doctor.   Pastor Newms: [17:32] I've. I've tried to not be to. Spoilery in the fact that I'm, you know, old dude before chick.   Pastor Bill: [17:44] Hmm. You're asking about Nick. Cute chee guy. How do you say his name?   Pastor Newms: [17:52] I'm not going to try. I can't speak English correctly. I'm not going to insult someone else.   Pastor Bill: [17:57] I didn't want to say it, but. The first Canon black doctor I was going to say is his name, but he's the first Canon Black doctor, which I think is great.   Pastor Newms: [18:08] Yes.   Pastor Bill: [18:11] We've always known the doctor could and in spoilers. We saw a previous incarnation of the Doctor that's never been released in Canon during Jodie Foster, Jodie Whittaker's time, and as a black woman doctor.   Pastor Newms: [18:26] Oh, interesting. Thanks for the spoilers.   Pastor Bill: [18:28] But she's not like canon at this point. You know she's, you know, and so it's exciting to see where this actor will take the doctor. But that's what you're asking about. And as far as how he looks. They have released what his costume is. And it's very. Different. Let's put it that way. You know, The Doctor has always been buttoned up in suits and, you know, blah, blah, blah. And this is more like a t-shirt with a blazer and, dress down. It's not now. It's like what we saw in Matt Smith's first promotional material.   Pastor Newms: [19:10] Mhm.   Pastor Bill: [19:11] Except they've actually said this is actually his clothing. Dr..   Pastor Newms: [19:14] Got it. Interesting. It'll definitely be interesting to see where he takes where they take it with him as the head and where the girls are actually trying to get caught up to then back to where we were. Since they're older now and actually like, you know, cause there was like three the last time we watched it. Um, no, she wasn't that. Who?   Pastor Bill: [19:39] Is he Scottish? Biggs, said Scottish black Doctor Who, But I don't think he's Scottish. I think he's.   Pastor Newms: [19:48] Mm hmm. I don't think he's Scottish. He's. Uh-hmm.   Pastor Bill: [19:51] Ughandan?   Pastor Newms: [19:54] Hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm. I don't. I don't remember.   Pastor Bill: [20:00] I was thinking he was born somewhere else and then grew up and.   Pastor Newms: [20:03] Yes, that's what I believe. Because I like him a lot on another show.   Pastor Bill: [20:19] Oh, yes. The. The woman. From. Previously, she was Scottish while she sounded Scottish. But she wasn't. She's not officially canon.   Pastor Newms: [20:37] Right here. Yeah, and I have no idea. So he's were Rwandan Scottish actor.   Pastor Bill: [20:44] Rwandan.   Pastor Newms: [20:45] Yeah, he's Rwandan. And his, you know, rose to prominence as Eric on the Netflix show Sex Education. Which is a pretty funny show. It's interesting, you know. And he is. Yeah, It's an interesting show.   Pastor Bill: [21:07] I'll take your word on it, as soon as this thing and the BBC finish ironing out their deal to have the full catalog of Doctor Who on Disney Plus. I'll be able to go in and rewatch a whole bunch of stuff and catch back up myself before the new stuff drops.   Pastor Newms: [21:28] And. there is how to pronounce his full name, which I.   Pastor Bill: [21:37] All right, here we go.   Pastor Newms: [21:39] I'm not good with little symbols either. So he doesn't help me, but.   Pastor Bill: [21:43] And Cookie. Shoot t. Institute. Hi. Is pronounced Shooty. Okay. It says it's pronounced shooty, not okay. So N - C makes a sound. And his last name is got to. He prefers to go by his middle name professionally, which is shooting. Well, that's fine. I didn't. I've only ever seen his name written. I haven't actually heard anybody say it. So.   Pastor Newms: [22:35] I heard it. Once, but I can't remember it.   Pastor Bill: [22:42] Yes, because they're supposed to have the exam, which says all 50 years on Disney Plus is supposed to be ironing out that deal to bring. Everything, all of Doctor Who on Disney Plus this year. So all the way from number one, all the way up to all of Jodie Whitaker's tenure and everything moving forward, it's supposed to come out on Disney Plus as it's released by the BBC overseas. Because like, right now I can't watch Doctor Who anywhere unless I download it. I don't have anywhere that I can watch Doctor Who.   Pastor Newms: [23:33] Yeah. Right now it's on. I believe it's HBO, Max. And we get it through our AT&T. We have it through. Yeah.   Pastor Bill: [23:44] So. I have Hulu. With HBO, Max. But the HBO Max that's with Hulu doesn't include foreign productions. So you can't watch Doctor Who on Hulu with HBO, Max.   Pastor Newms: [24:12] Interesting.   Pastor Bill: [24:20] Esker Boro, Week three. Oh, it's. It's okay.   Pastor Newms: [24:21] Yeah, I already. I already deleted it.   Pastor Bill: [24:26] I thought he was saying you could go somewhere to watch Doctor Who, and I was a bit like, Hmm. But no, you're right. It's.   Pastor Newms: [24:30] Nope. Now it's gone. It's gone out of everywhere. But what you call it? Yeah. And it's about to be.   Pastor Bill: [24:49] Well, it's gone. Whoever got rid of it, it's gone. All right. So. If you haven't been following along in season four, then you've missed. Three episodes. But we didn't get very far in what we're currently talking about.   Pastor Newms: [25:06] Well. Well, I mean, we've gotten far. It's just we haven't gotten far.   Pastor Bill: [25:13] If we're marking distance by numbers of chapter and verse.   Pastor Newms: [25:17] Oh. Hmm. We haven't gotten far.   Pastor Bill: [25:20] And we haven't gotten very far.   Pastor Newms: [25:23] If you're basing it on that, we have not gotten very far now.   Pastor Bill: [25:25] Right. We haven't got to read the first verse, number, and verse. And so this week, first off. Merry Christmas. We are currently in the 12 days of Christmas. Today is what, 25, 26, 27, 28, 30, and 31. Is the eighth day of Christmas. I don't know why. I can't just remember which day is which when the eighth day of Christmas, we got Epiphany coming up. So that's fun. Epiphany is January 6th. The day when we celebrate the Wise men, the Magi, the men of Orient, the probably Zoroastrian individuals. Who brought gifts to Jesus with their caravans of camels and. And all the people that came with them. That's coming up. So that's exciting. That's not. I mean, not exciting, but it's exciting to me to mark those holidays, you know, for me personally. But I know a lot of people don't celebrate those things anymore. The commercialization of.   Pastor Newms: [26:35] Mm hmm.   Pastor Bill: [26:47] Christmas has proliferated greatly. I will just say it. Not that there's anything wrong with that. Any excuse to feel hope and inspiration and to reconnect with people that you haven't connected with in a while. And bury the hatchet and get rid of old grudges. Is a good deal. All right. The baby monitor was still on the receiver. Turn it off.   Pastor Newms: [27:25] So. Okay. I was wondering if and could hear Nibbles over here. Nibbles is very loud at the moment, and I just ask the girls to come get her because she is, loud this weekend.   Pastor Bill: [27:44] I don't hear the cat. Biggs says that he does.   Pastor Newms: [27:48] Yeah, that's Nibbles being a something.   Pastor Bill: [27:54] I don't hear it. So we started this.   Pastor Newms: [27:55] Well.   Pastor Bill: [27:57] We talked about Genesis one-one, and then we talked about Genesis one-two, and then we talked about John one-one, and then we talked about Genesis one-three and Genesis the first half of Genesis one-four. And we did all of that in the first three episodes, so. Where we pick up in this episode is the second half of Genesis one-four. And then we're going to go hopefully all the way through Genesis one-five. Although we may just burn right through this and be done early and be twiddling our thumbs.   Pastor Newms: [28:40] Mm hmm. I'm sure.   Pastor Bill: [28:42] Yeah. Genesis one-four. Last week we talked about God creating light and we talked about how it was less of the light to exist or light it exists and more of a light recognizing or calling out to the light. But we didn't really talk about it. Why we see it that way. Why we framed it that way. And where that comes from is here in verse five. So God creates the light. We're starting in the second half, of verse four. Yes.   Pastor Newms: [29:25] Well, are we going to start in four?   Pastor Bill: [29:31] So God sees the light that it's good. And then God separates the light from the darkness. Right. Now the word there is still gods. We're still talking about the plural. We're still using the plural for God, God's. And this word. Separated is. Is two words. It's. It's H914, which is baw-dal' and it is H996, which is bane. Okay. Now, baw-dal' is to distinguish as difference. To look at something and make a judgment and say the light and the darkness, we recognize them as two different things. And then, bane. Make sure I wrote this in my notes right.   Pastor Newms: [30:39] Me to read it, have it open.   Pastor Bill: [30:42] You don't have my notes open.   Pastor Newms: [30:44] No, but I have the thing open.   Pastor Bill: [30:49] And H996 is to declare a distinction between the two. Right. So he's making, God's making two statements here. He's declaring them as separate and seeing them as separate. So not only does God look at them and go, Well, you're two separate things, lightness and darkness. We talked about the light. There was that sentience of man. It was enlightenment, it was consciousness. And then that darkness was everything that's dark, right? It was misery and destruction and chaos. And all this stuff. And God is saying, well, these are two separate things. Two very separate things. Now, later. We're actually going to start calling those things good and evil when we get into chapter two. We're going to start using different terms. And the reason for the different terms is that like we talked about before. Genesis originally started with chapter two. And went on. And then when they went into captivity in Babylon, then they added chapter one, incorporating what the Babylonians knew about creation. Including those details into the story there at the beginning. And that's why there's this different viewpoint, different phrases for the same things. So this is the point where God is separating good and evil and saying these are actually separate things. These aren't just, you know, intermingled. And it's all it is what it is. It's not that's not what these things are. There is clearly good and there is clearly evil. And God can do that. Because God can deal in black and white. Pastor Newms, can you deal in black and white?   Pastor Newms: [32:57] I like Gray a lot, huh?   Pastor Bill: [33:00] I feel like the Sunday school teacher at this point. No, you cannot deal in black and white because you are human.   Pastor Newms: [33:04] I like. Yeah, Yeah, I like Gray a lot. Um, I pretty much live in gray.   Pastor Bill: [33:09] Yeah. Humans deal in gray. We do not deal in black and white. It is physically impossible for us to deal in black and white. They, God deals in black and white. God deals in pass or fail. So we see this in the character of God. We see this from the very beginning. Later on when we get to the ideas of salvation and we start talking about if you've broken one law, then you've broken all laws. If you're a sinner in one way, then you're a sinner. And always if you don't believe, then you're not saved. And it's a pass or fail. It's a yes or no. It's not a “Well, I was a good person” or “I went to church” or “I gave money to the poor,” and No, no, no. There was one answer. There was one question, and there was one answer. It was black and white. It was yes or no. It was not gray. There was no middle ground. We see that in the nature of God from the very beginning. Light and dark. Good and evil.   Pastor Newms: [34:22] Mm hmm. Mm hmm.   Pastor Bill: [34:26] That is the nature of God. That doesn't change. It doesn't. God deals. In black and white, right? Now. That's the nature of God. God also exists. In the business of mercy. Which is Jesus. We call that Jesus, right?   Pastor Newms: [34:51] Uh huh.   Pastor Bill: [34:52] Not just there's black and white. And humans are failing that. And then God goes, and I have an answer for it. And that's God's mercy. That's Jesus. And then Jesus offers salvation. And salvation is still this black and white. But it's being offered. When you haven't earned it, you don't deserve it. You're sitting over in the darkness and it gets off. It's still black and white, right? Impossible. And God says, Ha! But. I am Holy Spirit, too. I am the Comforter. I am the reminder. I can move in your life. And that's where we get that part of God, the Holy Spirit. And that gives us the grace to change. Right? And be worthy of the free gift that Jesus gifts. And we see all of that playing out. In that statement. God separated. The light. From the darkness. And so there's this great poetic thing going on here. And we're seeing the nature of God and we're seeing all this power of God. And we're only four verses in.   Pastor Newms: [36:31] Mm hmm.   Pastor Bill: [36:31] And this such as deep, deep, deep thing going on here. All right. And then we get to verse five. Okay. Now, you got to remember you're reading a poem. All right. Verse five. Is it? It's basically. I don't really know how to explain it other than to say if you reach out and you grab dough and you go to make a ball of dough and you go like this. And you squeeze that into the dough to make the finish off the ball. Verse five is that it's finishing off the ball of dough for this poem. That's a weird visual, but that's what I'm getting in my head. So.   Pastor Newms: [37:22] A.   Pastor Bill: [37:24] When you look at verse five. What you're reading is actually telling you what was happening in verses three and four. Okay. So this statement, God called the light day and the darkness he called night. That statement is what actually was seen to happen. And everything before that. This is the explanation of the nuts and bolts. Abatbrain on twitch. My wife says it is a bit odd. My little ball of dough thing.   Pastor Newms: [38:11] It is.   Pastor Bill: [38:11] But all of my analogies are odd, so I'm not surprised. Okay. So when we get to verse five, we see God and we're using the same still the plural for God's called. All right. And. And called there. We see that as God naming the lights. And it would be if this wasn't a poem. If this wasn't poetic, you know, wordplay. Right. But H7121 called. Which is kaw-raw'. A primitive route rather identical to H7122 through the idea of accosting a person met, to call out to that is properly addressed by name, but used in a wide variety of applications, and then gives you a list in the Strongs of all the different ways it's been translated. So what this is saying, this is actually showing you in verse four when God said, let there be light. That was them describing what God did. But what actually happened? Is God. Called out to or accosted the light by name like we were talking about in the previous episode. What actually happened is, is God went light, but he didn't because that's not the name of light. What is the name of light? The name of light is Yome or what we then call day. So in verse three, when he said, Let there be light. And the poem says, And God, you know, said, Let there be light. It's all wordplay for God addressing accosting, calling out to light as if it existed. And the name that it used for light was Yome. As if when Pastor Newms gives me a phone call. Like I said if it wasn't a weird thing for him to call me because he only calls me in emergencies. If he called me on a regular basis and he's my best friend, I saw his name on the phone. I would pick up the phone. I would go Newms! It's the same thing. God, said Yome. Called out to the light as if it already existed. As if it was an old friend. As if he already knew it. And at that point. It came into existence. It then existed. And then God compared. That, too. What was within himself? And then in verse. What is that verse four? No, where to?   Pastor Newms: [41:28] For us. It's good.   Pastor Bill: [41:33] Compare that saw. Compare that to what was within himself and declared it good. I see that within myself. That is good, right? And then. He did the same thing for the darkness. And he called the darkness. I think these are three different pronunciations of the same word. I don't think this is the actual word. It says lah'-yil, lale, and lah'-yel-aw. I think those are three diffeerent pronunciations. But he said that. And. And what that means is a twist away from the light or adversity. Right? So he addressed the night, the darkness as adversity, or a twisting away from the light, twisting away from life, twisting away from enlightenment, twisting away from, sentience, and all of that good stuff. The poet wrangles all that together. And says and the evening in the morning were the first day. Hey. God is talking and calls the light day. But it's not the word day. But that is what the humans then later called a day. They use that same word. Right. So we see the poet playing off of that wordplay. And using the word in both places. Because that's what God called it. And then he calls upon that in the same verse and says, Well, the first day. It's a different day. This is a human day now. Right. And we only have an evening and a morning. Because. God. Separated. The light from the darkness. So the poet's working on several levels. Here is the cosmic level where he's talking about good and evil, and then he's using wordplay to relate that to the reader the difference between sunshine and darkness and where those two meet in the evening and the morning. Which is the gray area. Where we live. Where we exist. Right. In that evening and in that morning. That's where we exist. We exist somewhere in between those light, and that darkness. And that was the first day. And so then when we looked back and we were talking about. The first day didn't end until the first day ended. Right. And well, and what we meant by that was we don't know when the first day began. For God, there could have been. Millions and millions of years. We talked about it in the first verse, God created the heavens and the earth we were talking about. That's a hands-on word, hands-on action, where you're building something up, using the baser elements. And we don't know how long in God's perspective that took. But there was no time yet. There was no marking of what we think of as time. There was no turning of day and night in seasons. And so we don't know how long. There was from the moment that God created the heavens and the earth, right? Started that work. The evening and the morning existing. To create the quote-unquote, first day. It's all very deep and very involved. And I encourage everybody to go back and reread those verses. Go back and listen to the first three episodes of season four. And. Let's back up. Now that we know we've worked through the holidays. We're settling down. We're ready to get things going. Make if you're going to make a New Year's resolution, make a resolution to be in. Right. So we say be very in. Because when we go to Acts, we find people fleeing from one place to another. And he goes to a town called Berea, and when he gets to Berea, he starts preaching. And the believers in Berea, not just the believers, but also the. The Jewish men, they refused to believe anything Paul said until they were able to go and find it themselves in the scriptures. They wanted to be able to go and own what Paul was preaching to them or, have grounds to dismiss it. They didn't want to just receive it. And Paul praised them as being more worthy than the highfalutin Jews over in Jewtown. He didn't use those words, but that was the equivalent of what he was saying. You guys are more worthy than the snooty guys over there. That's awesome, guys. Because they refused to believe what he was saying until they proved it for themselves. So if you're going to make a New Year's resolution and the last episode we talked about, a lot of people start in January, they're going to read the whole Bible in a year. And we talked about how I don't recommend that because it loses a lot of that deep study time because people don't read with intention. They read to just I got to get my daily reading done so I can make it through the year. Resolve to be buried. Go back. And look at these verses in the deep poetic terms that they are intended to be. Cross-reference that with the other parts of Scripture. And let what is one of the deepest chapters in the Bible speak to you, and revolutionize the way you think about this Sunday school topic of creation. You know, like it is. So there's so much there. And. Yeah, that's what I had for tonight. Look at that. 7:25.   Pastor Newms: [49:22] It means you're 3 minutes early.   Pastor Bill: [49:22] But we'll be whittling.   Pastor Newms: [49:26] Right. We have 3 minutes to twiddle now.   Pastor Bill: [49:29] We don't have to twiddle. We can.   Pastor Newms: [49:34] Why are you playing with a grippy thing?   Pastor Bill: [49:38] A clamp. It's a clamp.   Pastor Newms: [49:40] I know. I forgot what the word clamp was for a minute, but I know its purpose.   Pastor Bill: [49:50] Well, I know its purpose. It clamps.   Pastor Newms: [49:51] It's one of those it's it's one of those where we weren't clever. Our English definition of explaining things was not clever. What is what does it do? It holds other things. It clamps one thing to another. What are we going to call it? A clamp.   Pastor Bill: [50:08] From the clamp.   Pastor Newms: [50:12] Let's like, call a vacuum. A vacuum? Why? Because it vacuums. Well, because it creates a. Yeah.   Pastor Bill: [50:17] Because it uses a vacuum to suck things.   Pastor Newms: [50:21] And.   Pastor Bill: [50:25] Yeah. Did you have anything you wanted to add to any of that?   Pastor Newms: [50:28] No, I mean, I think.   Pastor Bill: [50:30] I didn't really stop and give you time to interject at any point, did I?   Pastor Newms: [50:33] I think it's important as we look at these types of things, to think about the fact that, you know, it is not a simple aspect. And so often we look at it as such. And so it's good to take time to dig in and actually understand what the words mean and actually understand what. You know, is being said not just what is written, because it is definitely. English is not as we were just saying, you know clamp is clamp-like if it's not clever it is not pick up the artistry of other languages. Well.   Pastor Bill: [51:16] It was clear.   Pastor Newms: [51:29] You know, So I think it's one of the reasons why studying is so important.   Pastor Bill: [51:35] It's hard enough to understand poetry in English. And then you take some other cultures, poetry, and you translate it to three different languages and then try to transliterate that in English.   Pastor Newms: [51:52] It is complicated.   Pastor Bill: [51:59] Yeah. All right. This podcast comes out every week on Wednesdays. Wherever you get your podcasts, if you found this, I don't know. Helpful, entertaining, funny, and inspiring. Or you think somebody might benefit from it, then like, follow share. Tell people we exist. And also, if you'd like to join us live and be a part of the conversation where you can type out your message and then we can respond and we can, you know, get a deeper explanation going on. If you have a question or something like that, then we do that on Sunday nights at 6:30 p.m. Central Standard Time. You can go to our website www.ekk.house to find out which Twitch which YouTube and which Facebook that we are live on, where you can catch that video and participate in the chat. As always, we are glad to have our listener base. And as we go into 2023, that hasn't changed. We're in season four, which means we're many, many, many episodes and several years into this thing. And we're quite thankful to just. I don't know. I guess I'm more thankful to have you Pastor Newms in my life than the platform itself.   Pastor Newms: [53:29] It's the people that we interact with is more important than the.   Pastor Bill: [53:30] You know.   Pastor Newms: [53:36] Following, because that's not what's important.   Pastor Bill: [53:37] Yeah, I mean, I know, I know. It's important to, you know, get the stuff out there and, and, you know, help people and make a difference in the world, but. You know, I'm not immune to the benefits of. What this does for me. So thank you, sir. For your part in my life. All right. Okay. So if you're with us live now, we have to do this thing that, you know, streaming some.   Pastor Newms: [54:07] No, you didn't say. You didn't say and the next time and all that other stuff. So that way I can then say, be safe. You skipped all that. Go back and do it correctly.   Pastor Bill: [54:19] I love you guys have a great week.   Pastor Newms: [54:20] Be safe out there.   Pastor Bill: [54:23] And until next time.

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La France face à l'Orient au XXe siècle - Jean-François Figeac

Conflits

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 28:33


Quelle réalité pour la politique arabe de la France ? Pourquoi ce rétrécissement au Liban et à la Syrie ? Que reste-t-il aujourd'hui de la puissance française en Orient ? Autant de questions analysées par l'historien Jean-François Figeac au cours de cette émission.  Emission présentée par Jean-Baptiste Noé. 

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 19:10


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Manga Pulse 483: Oriental Kitties are Racist

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 113:43


What what, ol chap? You were mumbling something about a man-ga? A pod-cast? I swear the meals they serve in the diner car have always turned. How else can you explain these strange dreams of a world where man can travel the globe in the span of mere days? And all the while communicating freely with anyone else within seconds. Bad kipper is my reckoning. I'm going back to my bunk and we should arrive within the Orient on the morrow. Speaking of, Tim has Orient. In a world where Oni are worshipped as gods, samurai are outlawed. Also, samurai is used as an insult and kids growing up make … Continue reading "Manga Pulse 483: Oriental Kitties are Racist"

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Orient Outlook Podcast - Episode 304

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 116:00


Weekly Unofficial Leyton Orient Podcast by @stevienuss & @supero1881. This episode includes: *Paul gets an exclusive interview with O's Chairman Nigel Travis about the season so far, complacency, new contracts and lots more *Review of our games against Stevenage, Newport and Northampton *Part of Richie Wellens' post Northampton interview thanks to Dave Victor *We chat about all the latest talking points such as Little Smyth, Big Smith, Macca Bonne, Dan Happe's injury and Omar Beckles suspension *Loads of your views *News from around the club from the past fortnight *Prediction league update *Fantasy football table *Positives and negatives *Hero of the fortnight *Plus lots more... Listen now to the most comprehensive round of Orient news and views anywhere in the world. Up the O's!

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First Sunday of Christmas, January 1, 2023

Presbyterian Church of the Covenant Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 50:52


PreludeWelcome & News of the ChurchCall to WorshipMusic of Christmas - (#206) "We Three Kings of Orient Are"Confession and AssuranceGloria PatriAffirmation of FaithSermon - "Arise, Sine, A New Year Has Come" (Ephesians 1:15–22) - by Rev. Jason GrifficeOffertoryDoxologyHymn of Approach - (#564) "Let Us Break Bread Together" (verses 1 & 2)Serving the Sacrament of CommunionBenedictionSinging The Lord's PrayerPostludeWe Three Kings of Orient AreWe three kings of Orient are, Bearing gifts we traverse afarFirld and fountain, moor and mountain, Following yonder star. Chorus:O star of wonder, star of night, Star with royal beauty bright, Westward leading, still proceeding, Guide us to The perfect light. Born a King on Bethlehem's plain, Gold I bring to crown Him again, King forever, ceasing neverOver us all to reign. [Chorus]Frankincense to offer have I, Incense owns a Deity nigh; Prayer and praising all men raising, Worship Him, God on high. [Chorus]Myrrh is mine, its bitter perfumeBreathes a life of gathering gloom: Sorrowing, sighing, bleeding, dying, Sealed in the stone-cold tomb. [Chorus]Glorious now behold Him arise, King and God and Sacrifice; Alleluia, Alleluia! Sounds thru the earth and skies. [Chorus]Let Us Break Bread TogetherLet us break bread together on our knees; Let us break bread together on our knees; When I fall on my knees, With my face to the rising sun, O Lord, have mercy on me. Let us drink wine together on our knees; Let us drink wine together on our knees; When I fall on my knees, With my face to the rising sun, O Lord, have mercy on me. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Cadena SER Catalunya
Aquí Catalunya complet | Cert optimisme a les prediccions econòmiques pel 2023 i la tradició del Reis d'Orient

Cadena SER Catalunya

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 128:00


L'actualitat de Catalunya, amb tots els punts de vista, les entrevistes i la informació, amb Gisela Rodríguez

New Coast Media Church
We Three Kings of Orient Are

New Coast Media Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 31:51


Travelisto - Der Reisepodcast für aktive Familien
Marokko: Streifzug durch Marrakesch

Travelisto - Der Reisepodcast für aktive Familien

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 31:12


Vor ein paar Jahren sind wir mit dem Mietwagen durch Marokko gereist, eine wahnsinnig tolle Reise mit unglaublich vielen Eindrücken. Gestartet sind wir in Marrakesch, dieser quirligen und lebendigen Stadt voller orientalischem Esprit. In dieser Episode berichten wir über unsere Tage in der sogenannten "Perle des Südens" und erzählen, was wir dort als Familie unternommen haben. Auch gegen wir den ein oder anderen Tipp, wie ihr es schaffen könnt, die Medina und Souks ohne einen frisch geknüpften Berberteppich zu verlassen.

Naples Community Church's Podcast
The Wise and the Foolish

Naples Community Church's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 23:33


January 1, 2023 Preparation for Worship Time for Gathering Opening Hymn “We Three Kings” We three kings of Orient are bearing gifts we traverse afar Field and fountain moor and mountain following yonder star Chorus: O star of wonder star of light star with royal beauty bright Westward leading still proceeding guide us to Thy perfect light Born a King on Bethlehem's plain gold I bring to crown Him again King forever ceasing never over us all to reign [Chorus] Frankincense to offer have I Incense owns a Deity nigh Prayer and praising voices raising worshiping God on high [Chorus] Myrrh is mine its bitter perfume breathes a life of gathering gloom Sorrowing sighing bleeding dying sealed in the stone cold tomb [Chorus] Glorious now behold Him arise King and God and sacrifice Alleluia alleluia sounds through the earth and skies [Chorus] Prayer of Praise Song of Worship Prayers of the Church and Prayer of our Lord Offering and Doxology Scripture Lesson Matthew 1:7-16a Sermon The Wise and the Foolish The Lords Supper Closing Hymn “Go Tell It on The Mountain” Go tell it on the mountain over the hills and ev'rywhere Go tell it on the mountain that Jesus Christ is born While shepherds kept their watching O'er silent flocks by night Behold throughout the heavens there shone a holy light Go tell it on the mountain over the hills and ev'rywhere Go tell it on the mountain that Jesus Christ is born The shepherds feared and trembled when lo above the earth Rang out the angel chorus that hailed our Savior's birth Go tell it on the mountain over the hills and ev'rywhere Go tell it on the mountain that Jesus Christ is born Down in a lowly manger the humble Christ was born And God sent us salvation that blessed Christmas morn Go tell it on the mountain over the hills and ev'rywhere Go tell it on the mountain that Jesus Christ is born Benediction: BIRTHDAYS • Sunday Prayer: Sundays @ 9:30 AM in the Sunshine Room and via Zoom • Bible Study: Mondays @ 12 & 6 PM in the Sunshine Room and via Zoom • Issues Hour: Wednesdays @ 11 AM in the Sunshine Room and via Zoom • Movie Night: Wednesday, January 11th @ 6:15PM, at the Paragon Theater. Movie is Bewitched, please sign up. • Blue Zones Walk: Saturday, January 14th @ 8:30AM in the Isles of Collier Preserve, please sign up. • F3 Ladies Luncheon: Wednesday, January 18th @ 12:30PM at Deep Lagoon, please sign up. • Member Spotlight: Sunday, January 22nd after service, join us as we spotlight Wayne and Willi Pederson. • Fellowship Cruise aboard the Naples Princess: Thursday, February 2nd @ 4:15PM, $50/person. Please purchase your ticket from Mary Rush. • The chancel flowers are given today by Jack Sanders in memory of his wife Vicki Sanders. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/naplescommunitychurch/message

Teaching Truth Podcast
'Wise Men and a Foolish King' by Greg Chandler

Teaching Truth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 27:43


In 1857, John Henry Hopkins penned the words to the famous song, “We Three Kings of Orient Are” to describe the journey of the wise men to see the newly born Jesus. There are just a few problems with the song; we don't know how many wise men there were, they were not kings, and they were likely not from the Orient. Still, their importance in the storyline of Jesus is essential. Through them, we find both fulfillment of ancient prophecy as well as a striking contrast with a foolish leader who rejected God's gift to humanity. This study will focus on Matthew's unique perspective of events following the birth of Jesus and demonstrate the choice that must be made concerning one's view of Jesus. A sermon given by Greg Chandler on December 25, 2022.

Master Gardener
Gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh

Master Gardener

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 3:16


"We three kings of Orient are..."

Chef AJ LIVE!
VEGAN AND SUGAR-FREE DESSERTS WITH CHEF VAL (FIG TRUFFLES & PUMPKIN NOT EGG NOG WITH AQUAFABA

Chef AJ LIVE!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 64:07


Chef Val teaches how to make sugar free, vegan holiday treats, Fig Truffles and Pumpkin Not Egg Not with Aquafaba Whipped Cream Chef Valerie Wilson, also known as Chef Val, has been in the food industry since 1985. Her first job was managing a delicatessen and her second job was managing a French restaurant. She discovered macrobiotics in 1993 and worked as an assistant for a macro cooking school for two years. In 1993 she also became vegan and has lived a whole foods, vegan lifestyle ever since. She started teaching cooking classes in 1997 and still teaches in Westland, Michigan. Currently she teaches virtual cooking classes every week and in person classes monthly. Her classes focus on the health benefits of whole, organic, vegan foods and the energy of the food. Based on the ancient knowledge of the Orient, she teaches about cooking for the different seasons following the Five Transformations of Energy. Valerie offers lifestyle counseling based on food choices, she has helped people overcome illnesses such as, arthritis, cancer, diabetes, meniere's disease and allergies. For the past 20 years she has been writing for Health and Happiness Magazine, based in Marquette, Michigan. She offers personal chef services specializing in cooking for anyone who has health issues. Hosts her own radio show, REAL FOOD with Chef Val https://www.blogtalkradio.com/macrovalrealfood She has a YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0Mrkgw51oB1oGucaqg-ncA And her subscription Patreon group, Chef Val's Whole and Healthy Cooking. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=63892185&fan_landing=true Substack Blog: I am the Creator of my Health https://valeriewilson.substack.com/p/arsenic-in-brown-rice She is the author of six cookbooks: Perceptions in Healthy Cooking, Healthy and Delicious Cooking Spring Season, Vegan Cooking with Kids, Year Round Healthy Holiday Dishes, Summer Season Healthy and Delicious Cooking Recipes featured during Dec. 23 appearance on Chef A.J. show, from Simply Healthy Scrumptious Desserts, cookbook released July 2022. Website: www.macroval.com and Face Book at MacroVal Food. https://www.facebook.com/macroval Recipes: Fig Truffles 1 cup dried figs (cut up) 1 T. peanut butter 1 T. applesauce 1 T water 2 oz. unsweetened cocoa bar ¼ cup brown rice syrup Put the chopped figs, peanut butter, applesauce and water in a food processor, puree until the mixture comes together. Create small round balls with the dough. You can use a small cookie scoop to create equal sized truffles. In a pan, slowly, on a low heat, melt the cocoa bar and brown rice syrup, stir once it has melted. Dip the fig truffles into the melted cocoa to cover. Put in the fridge for 30 minutes to set up. Pumpkin Not Egg Nog (makes two servings) ½ of a 12.3 oz. package silken tofu ⅓ cup pumpkin puree 1 cup oat milk beverage ⅓ cup brown rice syrup 1⁄4 tsp. cinnamon ¼ tsp. nutmeg pinch of allspice pinch of ginger Put the ingredients in a food processor, puree until smooth. Pour into a sauce pan, heat on the stove until hot. Serve either hot or put in the fridge and serve later, cold. Serve with Aquafaba Whipped Cream. Aquafaba Whipped Cream ¼ cup aquafaba ⅛ tsp. cream of tartar ¼ cup brown rice syrup Put in a mixer the aquafaba and cream of tartar. Using the whip attachment, start the mixer and slowly increase the speed until at a medium speed. Whip for approx. 10 to 15 minutes until it is fluffy and achieves stiff peaks (similar to meringue.) Add the brown rice syrup, keep the mixer on for just a couple seconds after adding the brown rice syrup. Turn the mixer off. Gently fold the mixture to make sure all the brown rice syrup is mixed into the whipped aquafaba. Serve on top of the Pumpkin Not Egg Nog and any other desserts. (You can also freeze any leftovers to create a soft ice cream.)

Orient Expressz - az ázsiai kultúrák, népek, országok magazinja a Civil Rádióban

Az Orient Expressz hagyományainak megfelelően évzáró műsorunkban újra a zenéé a főszerep, az elmúlt év táncos slágereiből válogatunk. Lassan, de biztosan az ázsiai szórakoztatóiparok is kimásznak a COVID-19 járvány okozta válságból, így új mixünkbe bőven volt honnan anyagot meríteni. Ebben az adásban a kínai, japán, koreai, indiai, mongol és vietnami popipar legnépszerűbb számaiból válogattunk. Az Orient Expressz csapata nevében köszönjük egész éves figyelmüket! Kellemes ünnepeket kívánunk mindenkinek, s jöjjenek velünk Ázsiába 2023-ban is! Összeállította: Szivák Júlia Az adásban elhangzott számok listája: Kína: 吳青峰 - (……海妖沙龍)(feat. 蜷川紅 of 和樂器樂團)- https://youtu.be/PXiDu21-99k 周杰倫 Jay Chou【最偉大的作品 Greatest Works of Art - https://youtu.be/1emA1EFsPMM MIRROR《Innerspace》- https://youtu.be/1iaaxf76GZ8 Korea: BLACKPINK - ‘Shut Down' - https://youtu.be/POe9SOEKotk ITZY “Cheshire” - https://youtu.be/zugAhfd2r0g RM 'Still Life (with Anderson .Paak) - https://youtu.be/2vfmL4q2koo Japán SEKAI NO OWARI - Habit - https://youtu.be/8OZDgBmehbA INI | 'SPECTRA' - https://youtu.be/aMOa320erOQ King & Prince「ツキヨミ」 - https://youtu.be/Rp0Z9YVOnKQ India: Current Laga Re: Cirkus | Ranveer, Deepika | Nakash, Dhvani, Jonita, Lijo | Dj Chetas, Kumaar - https://youtu.be/df3Id8Kuf-w Thumkeshwari - Bhediya | Varun Dhawan, Kriti S, Shraddha K | Sachin-Jigar,Rashmeet, Ash K, Amitabh B - https://youtu.be/UKA31XLzsNA Pushpa: Saami Saami - Full Video Song | Allu Arjun, Rashmika Mandanna | Sunidhi C | DSP | Sukumar - https://youtu.be/vdY5SFZBgnk Vietnam: Sunkissed - Chillies (Official Music Video) ft. Châu Bùi - https://youtu.be/a7rRh0rzA_E SPACESPEAKERS - NHANH LÊN NHÉ! - https://youtu.be/uQHHzgROvjw Mongólia: Beezy ft Chingun - Chamgui - https://youtu.be/bMijNiaPcmY

In The Fire
Chapelgate Advent Week 4: O Holy Night

In The Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 28:58


Merry Christmas and thanks for checking out Chapelgate Church's 2022 Advent Series. We hope these episodes are a blessing to you and your family, and that you might even consider sharing that blessing with others. We'd also love to invite you, your family, and your friends to join us on Christmas Eve for either of our two services: 6pm or 8pm. For details, please click here.   As always, if you need anything, please reach out. We would be honored to serve or pray for you!   To learn more about Chapelgate Church, please click here. To support the ministries of Chapelgate, please click here.   For questions or comments, please contact Rob Gicking: rgicking@chapelgate.org   LYRICS O holy night, the stars are brightly shining, It is the night of the dear Saviour's birth; Long lay the world in sin and error pining, 'Till he appeared and the soul felt its worth. A thrill of hope the weary world rejoices, For yonder breaks a new and glorious morn; Chorus Fall on your knees, Oh hear the angel voices! O night divine! O night when Christ was born. O night, O holy night, O night divine. Led by the light of Faith serenely beaming; With glowing hearts by his cradle we stand: So, led by light of a star sweetly gleaming, Here come the wise men from Orient land, The King of Kings lay thus in lowly manger, In all our trials born to be our friend; Chorus He knows our need, To our weakness no stranger! Behold your King! Before Him lowly bend! Behold your King! your King! before him bend! Truly He taught us to love one another; His law is Love and His gospel is Peace; Chains shall he break, for the slave is our brother, And in his name all oppression shall cease, Sweet hymns of joy in grateful Chorus raise we; Let all within us praise his Holy name! Chorus Christ is the Lord, then ever! ever praise we! His pow'r and glory, evermore proclaim! His pow'r and glory, evermore proclaim!

You Were Made for This
189: O Holy Night - An Unusual History

You Were Made for This

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 13:46


My favorite church experience is singing “O Holy Night” at a Christmas Eve service. Many churches will turn off the lights and pass out candles that are lit as the song begins. It's quite moving. Today's episode is about the interesting and surprising history of “O Holy Night.” But first this: Welcome to You Were Made for This If you find yourself wanting more from your relationships, you've come to the right place. Here you'll discover practical principles you can use to experience the life-giving relationships you were made for. I'm your host, John Certalic, award-winning author and relationship coach, here to help you find more joy in the relationships God designed for you. To access all past and future episodes, go to the bottom of this page, enter your name and email address, then click on the follow or subscribe button. The episodes are organized chronologically and are also searchable by topics, categories, and keywords. "O Holy Night" The words to “ O Holy Night” were written in 1843 by Placide Cappeau, a French wine merchant and poet. Although he was never particularly religious, Cappeau was asked by a local parish priest to write a Christmas poem to celebrate the recent renovation of the church organ in his hometown. The poem was entitled “Midnight, Christians.” Four years later in 1847 his friend, Adolphe Adam, wrote music to accompany the lyrics creating the song initially titled, “Cantique de Noel,” or “Christmas Carol” in English. Adam was a French composer and music critic who wrote mostly operas and ballets. Alongside the opera Giselle (1841), “O Holy Night” is one of his best-known works. “Cantique de Noel” (i.e., “Christmas Carol”) became popular in France and was sung in many Christmas services. But when Placide Cappeau left the church to join a socialist movement, and it was discovered that Adolphe Adams was a Jew, the French Catholic church leaders decided “Cantique de Noel” was “unfit for church services because of its lack of musical taste and total absence of the spirit of religion.” But even though the church no longer allowed the song in their services, the French people continued to sing it. An American perspective on “O Holy Night” Then in 1855, an American minister and writer, John Sullivan Dwight, saw something in the song that moved him beyond the story of the birth of Christ. An abolitionist, Dwight strongly identified with the lines of the third verse of the song “Truly he taught us to love one another; his law is love, and his gospel is peace. Chains shall he break, for the slave is our brother, and in his name all oppression shall cease.” He published his English translation of “O Holy Night” in his magazine, and the song quickly found favor in America, especially in the North during the Civil War. Back in France, the song continued to be banned by the church for almost two decades, while the people still sang “Cantique de Noel” at home. Legend has it that on Christmas Eve 1871, in the midst of fierce fighting between the armies of Germany and France, during the Franco-Prussian War, a French soldier suddenly jumped out of his muddy trench and began singing “Cantique de Noel.” Then a German soldier stepped into the open and answered the Frenchman's song with Martin Luther's “From Heaven Above to Earth I Come.” The story goes that the fighting stopped for the next twenty-four hours while the men on both sides observed a temporary peace in honor of Christmas day. There is no proof that this ever happened, but that's why it's a legend and a good story, never the less. One thing I couldn't find is how or when the title of this Christmas carol became “O Holy Night.” "O Holy Night" is a first Years later on Christmas Eve 1906, Reginald Fessenden–a 33-year-old university professor and former chief chemist for Thomas Edison–did something long thought impossible. Using a new type of generator, Fessenden spoke into a microphone and, for the first time in history, a man's voice was broadcast over the airwaves. And what did he say? He recited the beginning of the Christmas story found in chapter 2 of Luke's gospel, “And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus, that all the world should be taxed… After finishing his recitation of the birth of Christ, Fessenden picked up his violin and played “O Holy Night,” the first song ever sent through the air via radio waves. Starting as a poem requested by a local parish priest in 1843, which morphed into a song 4 years later, “O Holy Night” has a most interesting history. Written by a poet who later left the church, then given soaring melodies by a Jewish composer, and then brought to America and used in the anti-slavery movement, this beloved Christmas carol is sung by millions around the world today. Lyrics to “O Holy Night” O holy night, the stars are brightly shining, It is the night of the dear Saviour's birth; Long lay the world in sin and error pining, 'Till he appeared and the soul felt its worth. A thrill of hope the weary world rejoices, For yonder breaks a new and glorious morn; Chorus
 Fall on your knees, Oh hear the angel voices! 
O night divine! Oh night when Christ was born. O night, O holy night, O night divine. Led by the light of Faith serenely beaming; With glowing hearts by his cradle we stand: So, led by light of a star sweetly gleaming, Here come the wise men from Orient land, The King of Kings lay thus in lowly manger, In all our trials born to be our friend; Chorus
 He knows our need, To our weakness no stranger! Behold your King! Before Him lowly bend! Behold your King! your King! before him bend! Truly He taught us to love one another; His law is Love and His gospel is Peace; Chains shall he break, for the slave is our brother, And in his name all oppression shall cease, Sweet hymns of joy in grateful Chorus raise we; Let all within us praise his Holy name! Chorus Christ is the Lord, then ever! ever praise we! His pow'r and glory, evermore proclaim! His pow'r and glory, evermore proclaim! Sources https://www.classicfm.com/discover-music/occasions/christmas/o-holy-night-original-lyrics-composer-recordings/ (Stories Behind the Best-Loved Songs of Christmas”  Zondervan) https://www.christianity.com/wiki/holidays/what-is-the-meaning-and-story-behind-o-holy-night.html What does all this mean for you? “O Holy Night" reminds us of God's relentless creativity in pursuing all of us. Using a man who left his faith in God to write the lyrics, and a Jew who rejects Jesus, God uses this song, over 200 years old, for the purpose of drawing us to himself. "O Holy Night" isn't just about one night, Christmas night. It's about all the nights and days that follow. Nights where you are offered reconciliation and forgiveness for your sins. Nights of faith made possible by the birth of Jesus who knows your needs and weaknesses, and who teaches us to love one another. It's about nights of hope for the future because Christ entered our world to save us from ourselves. It's about nights of worship for all that the Lord has done for us. Here's the main takeaway I hope you remember from today's episode “O Holy Night" shows God's passion for making himself known. He uses music written by people who don't believe in him to comfort people who do. Closing Well, that's it for today. If there's someone in your life you think might like to hear what you just heard, please forward this episode on to them. Scroll down to the bottom of the show notes and click on one of the options in the yellow “Share This” bar. Merry Christmas everyone! Other episodes or resources related to today's shows 082: A Christmas Gift of Anticipation 136: Make it a Merry Christmas this Year 021: The Most Important Relationship of All Last week's episode 188: Joy to the World - The Unintended Christmas Carol The place to access all past and future episodes JohnCertalic.com Our Sponsor You Were Made for This is sponsored by Caring for Others, a missionary care ministry. The generosity of people like you supports our ministry. It enables us to continue this weekly podcast and other services we provide to missionaries around the world.

Answers with Ken Ham
We Three Kings?

Answers with Ken Ham

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022


“We three kings of Orient are”—now, this song, originally written for a pageant, honors the journey of the wisemen. But is it biblical?

The Orient Outlook Podcast
Orient Orient Podcast - Episode 303

The Orient Outlook Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 76:00


Weekly Unofficial Leyton Orient Podcast by @stevienuss & @supero1881. This episode includes: *Theo Archibald makes his Orient Outlook Podcast debut as he speaks to your South Stand Chums about this season, why he joined the O's, the season so far, answers your questions and more *We review our 2-0 win against Sutton *Loads of your views *News from around the club from the past fortnight *Youth team update *Prediction league update *Positives and negatives of the week *Hero Of The Fortnight *Plus lots more... Listen now to the most comprehensive round of Orient news and views anywhere in the world. Up the O's!

SOOTHE 2 SLEEP STORIES
SOOTHE 2 SLEEP LULLABY~WE THREE KINGS OF ORIENT ARE

SOOTHE 2 SLEEP STORIES

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 4:19


Allow me 2 Soothe you 2 Sleep as I relax you by singing this Christmas Carol, We Three Kings of Orient Are, sung acapella, by yours truly. Thanks for watching! Please LIKE and SHARE this video, Soothies, and don't forget to SUPPORT my channel :) Blessings

Scuttlebutt War Movie Review Podcast
Episode 29 - The Last Samurai

Scuttlebutt War Movie Review Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 85:20


We journey to the Orient this week with Edward Zwick 2003 Epic, The Last Samurai.Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ScuttlebuttMovieReviewsInstagram- https://www.instagram.com/scuttlebuttreviews/?hl=enYoutube -https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwbgZzUyQc--6MUwA_CtFvQPatreon -https://www.patreon.com/Scuttlebuttpodcast

The Word Before Work
5 signs Jesus is your consultant and not your King

The Word Before Work

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 4:59


Sign-up for my free 20-day devotional, The Word Before Work Foundations, at http://TWBWFoundations.com--Series: Christmas Vocations Part IIDevotional: 2 of 4After Jesus was born in Bethlehem in Judea, during the time of King Herod, Magi from the east came to Jerusalem and asked, “Where is the one who has been born king of the Jews? We saw his star when it rose and have come to worship him.” When King Herod heard this he was disturbed. (Matthew 2:1-3) Those last words are one of the great understatements in all of Scripture. Herod was more than “disturbed” by the news of Jesus. He was apoplectic because this new “king of the Jews” represented a direct threat to his throne.Herod knew there can only be one king in a kingdom. Either you are on the throne or someone else is. There is no in-between—no compromise whatsoever. Which is why, after hearing of this threat to his career, Herod unleashed one of the most grotesque campaigns of violence in history (see Matthew 2:16). But Herod isn't the only king we see in today's passage. We're also introduced to the Magi—the “three kings of Orient are” we sing about every Christmas. While Herod responds to Jesus the King with ruthless violence, the Magi display the polar opposite response: total and complete worship (see Matthew 2:11).Two sets of kings. Two totally different responses. The question, of course, is how do you and I respond to the newborn king? Certainly not like Herod. But I'm not sure we respond like the Magi either. Our temptation is to profess faith in Christ but not make him the true Lord of our lives. We want Jesus as a consultant, but not really as king. Because if he is king, then you and I are no longer our own.How do you know if Jesus is your consultant at work instead of your king? I could list dozens of signs, but here are just five I think you and I struggle with the most:You ask Jesus to approve your plans, rather than guide your imagination and planning from the get-goYou rarely show allegiance to your King and talk openly about your faith with your co-workersYou consult Google and industry gurus more than God's Word and his Holy Spirit when making hard decisionsYou embellish the truth about how well things are going at work for fear of bruising your pride if you were obedient to God's call to truthfulnessYou'd rather be seen as tolerant and loving than holy and loyal to your KingFeeling convicted? Welcome to the club. Here's the good news: You and I have a king who “is faithful and just to forgive” when we try to stage a coup against his kingship (see 1 John 1:9). Thank him for his forgiveness today! And may his grace and mercy lead us to be even more intentional about keeping the One True King as the sole occupier of the throne of our lives and work.

Radio Maria France
Marie en Orient 2022-12-05 Marie qui fait tomber les murs

Radio Maria France

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 18:13


Marie en Orient 2022-12-05 Marie qui fait tomber les murs by Radio Maria France

Horse Industry Podcast
On the Road with Lynn: Zoe Hickman

Horse Industry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 20:55


In this week's episode, Lynn is on the road, coming to you from the USCHA Finals in Sulfur Springs, Texas. And she has joining her one of the elite trainers in the USCHA program: Zoe Hickman from Orient, Ohio. Mentioned in this episode: Join The HIP VIP Group! (The Horse Industry Podcast's VIPs

The Orient Outlook Podcast
Orient Outlook Podcast - Episode 302

The Orient Outlook Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 63:00


Weekly Unofficial Leyton Orient Podcast by @stevienuss & @supero1881. This episode includes: *Your South Stand Chums talking about the comprehensive win against Bradford City *Some of Richie Wellens' post match interview thanks to Dave Victor *Loads of your views *News from around the club from the past fortnight including Goal & player Of The Month winners / Richie Wellens contract extension *News from around the club from the past week *Youth team update *Ladies update *Prediction league update *Positives and negatives of the week *Hero Of The Fortnight *Plus lots more... Listen now to the most comprehensive round of Orient news and views anywhere in the world. Up the O's!

Classic Radio Theater
Terry And The Pirates, Episode 2

Classic Radio Theater

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 14:38


Terry And The Pirates was adapted for radio from a 1934 comic strip of the same name by Milton Caniff. The radio show ran from 1937 to 1948. It was later adapted for TV in 1953. Terry and his associates fought villains throughout the Orient.

Water & Nature Sounds Meditation for Women

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WDR 3 Meisterstücke
Als der Orient in Mode war - Mozarts Türkischer Marsch

WDR 3 Meisterstücke

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 13:04


1783 stand in Wien der Orient hoch im Kurs. Man feierte den Sieg über die Türken vor 100 Jahren. Auch Mozart ließ sich zu seinem "türkischen Marsch" inspirieren, der eigentlich das Finale einer seiner originellsten Klaviersonaten ist. (Autor: Christoph Vratz) Von Christoph Vratz.

Art District Radio Podcasts
Elles font le marché #16 : En Tête à Tête avec Christine Cayol

Art District Radio Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 29:18


Elles font le marché, le 3ème mercredi du mois à 18h. Le premier podcast sur le marché de l'art au regard féminin. Proposé par Yaam Le Club et Art District Radio. Une série de documentaires sonores de 28 min. qui croise témoignages, réflexion et expertise de celles qui évoluent au sein du marché de l'art français pour l'évoquer sous le prisme de leur regard de femmes. Ce mois-ci, retour de notre format spécial "En tête à tête" sous la forme d'un portrait : focus business, parcours inspirant et point de vue sur l'avenir du marché de l'art, Julie nous offre un tête à tête avec celles qui font le marché. En Tête à Tête avec Christine Cayol, obervatrice privilégiée des échanges artistiques entre la France et la Chine. Christine Cayol vit en Chine depuis 20 ans. Philosophe, essayiste, fondatrice de Synthesis, cabinet d'accompagnement des dirigeants d'entreprise par le prisme de l'art et fondatrice en 2009 de Yshu8, une maison d'art et de culture qui a accueilli en résidence plusieurs artistes français et chinois, aux portes de la Cité Interdite, elle nous parle de son parcours et de cette initiative culturelle qui diffuse, depuis 10 ans, des liens artistiques privilégiés entre Orient et Occident. 10 ans de résidence qui sont montrés actuellement au musée Guimet dans l'exposition "Bons Baisers de Pékin" (jusqu'au 27 février) et qui nous donnent l'opportunité de parler de l'évolution de l'art contemporain chinois sur le marché de l'art depuis les années 2000. Parmi les artistes français accueillis, certains sont aujourd'hui reconnus sur la scène internationale, telle Claire Tabouret. Yshu8, maison des arts et de la culture de Christine Cayol à Pékin a donc aussi joué le rôle de défricheuse. Ce parcours inspirant, elle le raconte aussi de manière plus intime dans un roman sorti ce mois d'octobre au éditions Chopin, "L'amour est un thé qui infuse lentement". Pour en savoir plus sur l'exposition : https://www.guimet.fr/event/bons-baisers-de-pekin-yishu8-histoire-dune-residence-dartistes/  Idée originale : Céline Aâssila & Julie Chaizemartin Narration : Julie Chaizemartin Réalisation : Art District Radio Logo : Mojito Fraise

Déjà-vu Geschichte
Der Orient und der Eurozentrismus

Déjà-vu Geschichte

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 49:24


Der Orient. Was ist das eigentlich und wie wird und wurde er erforscht? Und was hat das alles mit dem Problem des Eurozentrismus zu tun?

The Good Mood Show
The Happiness Doctor with Dr. Sophia Godkin

The Good Mood Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 39:13


Finding true happiness — the genuine, juicy, and authentic kind — is not impossible. We all have the capabilities, tools, and everything we need to create happiness for ourselves, regardless of what's going on around us. In this episode, The Happiness Doctor, Dr Sophie Godkin, joins Matt O'Neill to talk about creating happiness from the inside out. They talk about finding joy within ourselves and even unpack some tools to jump start our journey to becoming genuinely happy. Here are some power takeaways from today's conversation: Take time to know yourself. Heal from places where you hold a lot of emotions. Orient your mind to find things to be grateful for. Practice mindful meditation. Befriend your inner critic. Be compassionate with yourself. [6:57] Reacquaint With Your Soul The first and hardest step to getting in touch with your soul is to heal from places where you hold a lot of emotions. Your wounds, pains, and hurts should not be buried; instead, acknowledge, process, and learn from them. [14:28] Gratitude: Your Biggest Tool Gratitude can be your biggest tool for happiness. Learn to be joyful despite life's stress. The mind has a natural affinity to focus on the negative. It is drawn towards everything that's not going right in our lives. [17:53] Do Mindful Meditation Maintaining a Gratitude Journal also helps keep the mind's negativity bias away. It retrains our mind to start counting things to celebrate. Some prompt to get you started is to write down what went right that day or take note of opportunities you have now that you didn't have before. [24:47] Deal With Your Inner Critic Perfection gets in the way of your happiness. It prevents you from living authentically. The voice that tells you to be perfect is the voice of your inner critic. The only way to shut it out is to start working on your thoughts and feelings. Notable quotes: [04:50] “Who you truly are is, you know, infinitely capable. Who you truly are has the skill set that you need to achieve. You have the love to succeed.”  [05:02] [16:47] “It's really up to us to take it upon ourselves to orient our mind towards the kinds of things that we do want to focus on -- the kinds of things that we want to pay attention to in life. And gratitude is just such a simple, easy process that allows us to do that.” [17:02] [27:50] "When we realize that every single thought, every single feeling is actually here to help us, right? We can befriend it. [27:55] Resources Mentioned: The 5-Minute Gratitude Journal: Give Thanks, Practice Positivity, Find Joy by Sophia Godkin Mark Nepo TheHappinessDoctor.com Sophia's LinkedIn and Twitter Download the Good Mood Toolkit here! THE GOOD MOOD SHOW Podcast on Apple, Google, Spotify, Anchor, and more… About the Guest Dr Sophia Godkin is an internationally recognized expert on happiness. Better known as “The Happiness Doctor,” Sophia's mission is to use holistic education and coaching to help people become healthier, happier adults.

Classic Radio Theater
Terry And The Pirates, Episode 1

Classic Radio Theater

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 15:20


Terry And The Pirates was adapted for radio from a 1934 comic strip of the same name by Milton Caniff. The radio show ran from 1937 to 1948. It was later adapted for TV in 1953. Terry and his associates fought villains throughout the Orient.

Eins zu Eins. Der Talk
Harald Lesch, Astrophysiker

Eins zu Eins. Der Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 40:40


"Im alten Orient hätte ich vermutlich mein Geld als Geschichtenerzähler verdient", sagt Harald Lesch. Da untertreibt er gewaltig, denn im Heute erklärt der Astrophysiker einem Millionen-Fernsehpublikum das Weltall, die Wissenschaft, das Weltgefüge - und zwar so, dass man es versteht! Moderation: Jeanne Turczynski

The Orient Outlook Podcast
Orient Outlook Podcast - Episode 301

The Orient Outlook Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 59:41


Weekly Unofficial Leyton Orient Podcast by @stevienuss & @supero1881. This episode includes: *A review of our comeback win against Stockport as the Orient Express rolls on *Paul Terry's post match interview in full thanks to Dave Victor *Plenty of your views *News from around the club from the past week *Youth team update *Ladies update *Prediction league update *Fantasy Football update *Positives and negatives of the week *Hero Of The Week *Plus lots more... Listen now to the most comprehensive round of Orient news and views anywhere in the world. Up the O's!

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
Fail on Your Feet | FRIDAY FIELD NOTES

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 12:48


In this week's FRIDAY FIELD NOTES, Ryan Michler shares a FIVE part framework to help men respond to failure and quickly get back in the game.  Hit Ryan up on Instagram at @ryanmichler and share what's working in your life.   SHOW HIGHLIGHTS   When things go wrong, stop the behavior and stop flailing around Orient yourself toward what you want Change your priorities and adapt your behaviors Enlist the resources you need Take calculated, precise, consistent action     Order Ryan's new book, The Masculinity Manifesto.   Want maximum health, wealth, relationships, and abundance in your life? Sign up for our free course, 30 Days to Battle Ready ⠀ Download the NEW Order of Man Twelve-Week Battle Planner App and maximize your week.