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BS3 Sports & Music #XSquad
Guest Speaker: Rev. O. Sneed - The Choice is Yours (Genesis 13:8-9)

BS3 Sports & Music #XSquad

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 27:54


Standing on The Word - Pastor D.P. Dawkins Macedonia MB Church - Fate, Texas The Choice is Yours (Genesis 13:8-9) Guest Speaker: Rev. O. Sneed www.macedoniafate.org

Salem Wesleyan Methodist Church (Salem, Ohio)

As we face hard things in life it does us good to remember that praise raises us up and allows us see things with a clearer vision.

Tribulation-Now
End Times Vision Devastates a Man Raised in Santeria w Luis Rodriguez

Tribulation-Now

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 232:00 Very Popular


End Times Vision Devastates a Man Raised in Santeria w Luis Rodriguez Join Johnny Baptist while he discusses the empirical events across the world leading up to World War III, the trickery and deceit of the New World Order, and the bizarre weirdness of the fallen angelic UFO phenomenon as we plunge head first into the forthcoming apocalypse and the Seven Seals of Revelation (chapter 6). Join us tonight for a visit from our brother Luis Rodriguez calling in from Austrailia.  Luis was into Santeria when the Lord gave hiim a devestating vision of the end-time days just ahead.  Let's hear what the Lord showed him.  Praise God. God Bless You - See you there! To sign up for radio show Email Notifications click  Mail Link:  http://gem.godaddy.com/signups/185380/join

Tribulation-Now
End Times Vision Devestates a Man Raised in Santeria w Luis Rodriguez

Tribulation-Now

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 232:00


End Times Vision Devestates a Man Raised in Santeria w Luis Rodriguez Join Johnny Baptist while he discusses the empirical events across the world leading up to World War III, the trickery and deceit of the New World Order, and the bizarre weirdness of the fallen angelic UFO phenomenon as we plunge head first into the forthcoming apocalypse and the Seven Seals of Revelation (chapter 6). Join us tonight for a visit from our brother Luis Rodriguez calling in from Austrailia.  Luis was into Santeria when the Lord gave hiim a devestating vision of the end-time days just ahead.  Let's hear what the Lord showed him.  Praise God. God Bless You - See you there! To sign up for radio show Email Notifications click  Mail Link:  http://gem.godaddy.com/signups/185380/join

Generations Radio
The Battle for Parental Rights & Family Freedoms - Update on Homeschooling Worldwide

Generations Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 31:00


Praise God for what He is doing with the homeschool movement around the world- The enemy of course is always pushing back on family freedoms and parental rights- the bad guy has control of just about every school system today. But there are parents around the world-and not just in America-who love their children, are willing to stand by faith, and say no to these systems. Michael Donnelly from HSLDA joins us on this edition of the program to discuss the state of homeschooling in various countries around the world. --This program includes---1. The World View in 5 Minutes with Adam McManus -Hungarian leader- Liberals want to eradicate Christian values- Florida to ban transgender drugs - surgeries for kids- Christian flag raised over Boston City Hall---2. Generations with Kevin Swanson

15 Minutes and a Big Idea
Ephesians 3:20-21 Praise God for His Power

15 Minutes and a Big Idea

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 16:21


Episode #126 of 15 Minutes and a Big Idea. A Podcast by The Mended Collective. We examine Ephesians 3:20-21. Big Idea: Praise God for His Power 3 Supporting Ideas: 1) God's Power Transcends our Imagination 2) God's Power Works in Us 3) God's Praise Goes on Forever Facebook Page:  https://www.facebook.com/15bigidea/?view_public_for=110691360592088 The Mended Collective: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSlUSkU2N0UEy4Bq1HgpFEQ Email: 15bigideapodcast@gmail.com Theme Music: "Advertime" by Rafael Krux

Christian Girls P.O.P.
The God Who Reigns Forever: Day 219-225 Reading Plan

Christian Girls P.O.P.

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 29:45


No matter the state of our government, our God reigns on the throne FOREVER. Kings, presidents, and popes come and go, but Our God is the only one who will have an eternal reign! Praise God! Tune into today as we study 2 Chronicles, Psalms, and 2 Thessalonians!   Sunday (8/7)- Saturday (8/13)   CGPOP EVENTS https://www.christiangirlspop.com/events CGPOP MERCH https://www.christiangirlspop.com/shop/merch  2022  Newsletter https://www.christiangirlspop.com/bible-reading-plan CGPOP BIBLE CREW SIGNUP https://www.christiangirlspop.com/shop/p/2022-bible-crew SELAH RETREAT Ticket link: https://www.christiangirlspop.com/shop/p/2022-selah-retreat Selah Retreat EVENTS INFO: https://www.christiangirlspop.com/events/october-selah-22  CGPOP YOUTUBE CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJsUOiSiyGAphiLvPxt-QAQ 

Rolling Hills Community Church Sermon Series
Masterclass // Part 16: Living in God's Kingdom Today // Jeff Simmons

Rolling Hills Community Church Sermon Series

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 37:31


The Gospel of Mark climaxes with Jesus conquering death. The resurrection of Jesus from the dead is the defining moment of the Gospel of Mark and of all history. Jesus being alive means through Christ each of us can have eternal life. Death is no longer the end. Jesus' death, burial, and resurrection made a way for you to be forgiven, to be redeemed, and to spend eternity with God. Praise God for our risen Savior! Will you receive God's grace today? Then, will you boldly share His Good News with others? He has risen!

Rolling Hills Community Church - Nashville Campus
Masterclass // Part 16: Living in God's Kingdom Today // Nic Allen

Rolling Hills Community Church - Nashville Campus

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 39:44


The Gospel of Mark climaxes with Jesus conquering death. The resurrection of Jesus from the dead is the defining moment of the Gospel of Mark and of all history. Jesus being alive means through Christ each of us can have eternal life. Death is no longer the end. Jesus' death, burial, and resurrection made a way for you to be forgiven, to be redeemed, and to spend eternity with God. Praise God for our risen Savior! Will you receive God's grace today? Then, will you boldly share His Good News with others? He has risen!

Rolling Hills Community Church - Nolensville Campus
Masterclass // Part 16: Living in God's Kingdom Today // Jason Hale

Rolling Hills Community Church - Nolensville Campus

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 36:45


The Gospel of Mark climaxes with Jesus conquering death. The resurrection of Jesus from the dead is the defining moment of the Gospel of Mark and of all history. Jesus being alive means through Christ each of us can have eternal life. Death is no longer the end. Jesus' death, burial, and resurrection made a way for you to be forgiven, to be redeemed, and to spend eternity with God. Praise God for our risen Savior! Will you receive God's grace today? Then, will you boldly share His Good News with others? He has risen!

Worship Service
Praise God for being Surprising - Worship Service - Sunday - 9:15am

Worship Service

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 69:45


In Psalm 46:1, God tells us that He "..is my refuge and strength, my ever-present help in trouble.” But is His "ever present help" always in the way I think it should be? or does He at times 'surprise us?'

Living Words
Before the Throne

Living Words

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022


Before the Throne Revelation 20:7-15 by William Klock Last year we planted some daylilies that someone down the street was kind enough to be giving away.  I've spent the last two months trying to destroy these deceptively beautiful, but noxious weeds.  I'm beginning to suspect they've sunk roots all the way to the abyss.  The devil may be bound there, but he's keeping himself occupied fertilizing my daylilies!  We planted one little clump and it promptly took over the entire flowerbed, choking out everything else.  Then it put out shoots and daylilies started popping up in the lawn.  Then some of them went to seed and more daylilies started appearing in the lawn forty and fifty feet away.  At first the outliers were easy enough to snap off at the ground, but that didn't stop them at all.  I tried mowing them down with the lawnmower blade set right to ground level.  I think I actually heard them laughing at me even as I scalped them.  They came back and taunted me, so I dug down a bit, yanked them out, and buried them.  Surely smothering them would do the trick.  I could hear their cackles rising through the earth until they broke through again.  It finally came to digging up the whole flowerbed.  I dug and dug and dug—half a metre down—to get those wicked roots.  They even entwined around my perimeter drain pipe.  As I was packing them into my yard waste bin someone walked by on the path behind our house.  “You aren't putting daylilies in your yard waste?” he asked in horror.  “Of course I am,” I said.  But, no, apparently you can't do that.  The seeds survive the composting process and my problem will become who knows how many other people's problem.  “Burn ‘em,” he said.  “Don't let the seeds get anywhere.  Sift the soil.  Gather up every last scrap of root and tuber.  And burn them with fire!”  Well, in the City of Courtenay, burning my yard waste isn't an option, but point taken.  It's been about three weeks.  I keep checking.  Yesterday I went out to water and found half a dozen little shoots just breaking through the ground. I've been thinking about those daylilies as I've been studying Revelation 20.  There was that little blurb in verse 6 at the end of our passage two weeks ago where John wrote that at the end of the millennium, the satan must be released for a little while.  What's with that?  Why?  It goes right along with all those other questions we ask about how God deals with evil.  “If God is good, why does he permit evil.”  “Why me?” we ask when bad things happen to us.  God could spare us from evil, he could spare us from so much pain and suffering—he's God, he can do anything.  So why doesn't he?  Why, when John has shown us Jesus chaining up the devil and confining him to the abyss, when he's shown us the church riding out triumphantly into the world, conquering the nations by the proclamation of the gospel, when we know that our mission will be successful, because it's backed by the power and authority of both God's word and God's Spirit, why in the world would he let the satan go just when it seems the victory has been won? Because, like the daylilies, to be dealt with once and for all, evil has to expose itself.  If it were up to us, evil would be like those daylilies.  I plucked them off and they grew back.  I mowed them down and they grew back.  I even dug them up—but not deep enough—and they grew back.  I was careless with the seeds, and they spread.  God's got a better strategy—one that not only ends evil forever, but sees the redemptive work of Jesus making all things new in the process.  Let's look at the rest of Revelation 20, beginning with verse 7. And when the thousand years are ended, Satan will be released from his prison… The first decisive blow the Lord delivered to the devil was that first Easter morning when Jesus rose victorious over death.  And it only worked, because God had permitted evil to rise to its full height, to be concentrated all in one place, and to do its absolute worst at the cross.  And it's like we see ripples of that victory again: first as we saw God's judgement on rebellious Jerusalem.  Forty years he gave the Jews to repent and to turn to Jesus the Messiah—and, at the same time, forty years for them to make their rebellion clear and obvious, so that when the Lord's judgement fell on them, there would be no question about the justness of it.  Then again, another ripple, as we saw judgement fall on the pagan world of the Greeks and Romans.  And now, here at the end, another ripple of God's justice against evil—the last.  This time it'll be the end of evil, once and for all. So for a thousand years the Church will proclaim the good news about Jesus to the nations.  It's not literally a thousand years—it's already been almost two thousand already.  As I said before, it's a symbolic number.  It's a long time and it's just long enough for Jesus, the word, and for the Spirit to do their work through the Church.  The satan is bound—Jesus bound him in his ministry and the proclamation of the gospel keeps him bound wherever it goes.  It doesn't mean he has no power.  It means he cannot and will not prevail.  Jesus and the gospel will win because they already have, and the whole world will increasingly know what new creation is like, even if it hasn't fully happened.  But as much as the gospel will bring the nations to Jesus and will transform the world, not everyone will believe.  How many will refuse the gospel we don't know.  But there will be some.  Sin and death will still be present.  I trust that by the time this happens, whether that's a thousand years from now or a hundred thousand years from now, the Church will be much refined, but still not perfect.  Sin and death are the last enemies to be put under Jesus' feet.  And so, when the time is right, evil incarnate will be released from his chains.  Continuing with verse 8: [He] will come out to deceive the nations that are at the four corners of the earth, Gog and Magog, to gather them for battle; their number is like the sand of the sea.  And they marched up over the broad plain of the earth and surrounded the camp of the saints and the beloved city, but fire came down from heaven and consumed them, and the devil who had deceived them was thrown into the lake of fire and sulfur where the beast and the false prophet were, and they will be tormented day and night forever and ever.  (Revelation 20:8-10) John is looking back here to Ezekiel as he so often does in Revelation.  You'll remember that famous vision of Ezekiel about the valley of dry bones—the knee bone connected to the leg bone and all of that as the song goes.  Ezekiel saw dry bones—Israel, dead in her sins—restored to life by the proclamation of God's word.  Israel cleansed from her sins and brought home from her exile.  You'd think everything would be fine from there on out, but it's not.  Because Ezekiel then sees Gog, the king of the land of Magog, descending on the newly restored Israel.  Magog was a semi-mythical land to the north—somewhere almost off the map.  By the First Century, Gog and Magog had become two nations in Jewish thought.  They represented the nations of which the Psalmist asks in Psalm 2, “Why do the nations rage?”  And yet, in Ezekiel, this raging nation descend on Israel not as punishment or judgement for her sins, but after peace and justice have been restored.  And the point for John, as I think it was for Ezekiel, is that Gog and Magog remind us of the problem of evil.  No matter what humans may accomplish, no matter how far the gospel reaches, until Jesus finally and fully consummates his work of new creation, evil will be present.  Like my daylilies, evil has deep roots.  Its seeds spread.  Stamp it out here and it pops up over there.  Gog and Magog remind us that even as the gospel transforms the world, we still await the day when Jesus will really and truly make all things new—when we and all of creation will know for ourselves the power of resurrection. So, when the time is right the satan will be released.  He will marshal his forces.  I can't say how literally John intends for us to take this.  He gives us a picture of forces literally staged for an actual war.  On the opposing side is the “camp of the saints” and “the beloved city”.  It's a two-fold image of the Church.  We are a camp—an image drawn from Exodus.  No matter how far the gospel progresses, no matter how it transforms this world, the Church remains a people on a pilgrimage through the wilderness.  But, too, John compares us to the beloved city.  This is really interesting, because the only city Jewish believers would think of as “beloved” is Jerusalem.  And in the next chapter—to get ahead of ourselves—we see the New Jerusalem—an amazing city that is, at the same time, not just a city, but a temple, and John says, also the bride.  It's both a city and a people.  And while it doesn't descend in all its glory until the next chapter, it's already present here and now in the present age.  This was the inspiration for St. Augustine's famous book, The City of God.  The Church is God's city, the New Jerusalem, but not just some day in the future when that amazing city of gold and jewels descends from heaven.  Brothers and Sisters, the Church—you and I and all the other saints—are that city here and now.  In Augustine's language, we are, even now, the heavenly city confronting the earthly city of Caesar and the satan with the good news that Jesus is Lord.  We are the people who pray, “On earth as in heaven,” and who live in such a way as to witness and to manifest God's kingdom here and now. So John sees the Church—both the city of God and a pilgrim people in the wilderness—surrounded finally by evil.  Once again, evil gathers itself together all in one place to rise to its full height.  It looks bad.  And yet the last battle took place in Chapter 19.  Jesus rode out on his white horse, the sword of the gospel coming from his mouth, and his bride rode out with him to conquer the nations.  The devil will, finally muster his forces, but there will be no battle, because the battle was already won.  In a vision that reminds us of Elijah, fire falls from heaven and consumes the enemies of Jesus' people.  Finally, the satan himself is cast into the lake of fire—that place of final destruction—never to return, never again to exert his influence.  The daylilies have been rooted up and every last bit of root and seed burned with fire.  Gone forever. With the forces that corrupted his creation gone forever, the Lord can now deal with Creation itself.  Look at verse 11:   Then I saw a great white throne and him who was seated on it.  From his presence earth and sky fled away, and no place was found for them.   I think we need to be careful not to over-interpret the details here.  John sees “earth and heaven” flee away.  The ESV, I think reading in too much and trying to avoid a difficult reading, translates it “sky” instead of the more natural reading, “heaven”.  Earth and heaven flee away.  Is this the destruction of the old order of creation?  Maybe, but I don't think so.  If Jesus' resurrection is the model for our own and for the renewal of creation itself, then there's continuity between the old and the new.  Jesus' wasn't given a completely new body while his old body lay in the tomb forever.  His old body was raised and made new.  We expect the same for our own bodies.  And I think that model fits what will happen with heaven and earth.  The old creation, corrupted by sin, will be made new.  John's purpose here is to show us literally everything fading into the background so that our attention is put on the one thing—and the one person left: God seated on his throne.  The heavenly court, the angels, the elders, the four living creatures, even the martyrs who were already resurrected to reign beside Jesus for the thousand years—they and everything else fades out of view as the supreme judge now takes his throne.  In the full light of his glory, everything else become irrelevant.  He commands our full attention.  John goes on in verses 12 and 13: And I saw the dead, great and small, standing before the throne, and books were opened.  Then another book was opened, which is the book of life.  And the dead were judged by what was written in the books, according to what they had done.  And the sea gave up the dead who were in it, Death and Hades gave up the dead who were in them, and they were judged, each one of them, according to what they had done.   And now John sees the dead assembled before the judge.  Again, I think we have to be careful how literally we take this, lest we turn this scene into a heavenly DMV with a line billions of people long, waiting an eternity to stand before a sort of heavenly bureaucratic magistrate to be assigned our final destination.  John's attention is on the judge—and on his glory—as he deals with evil and sets his corrupted creation to rights.  The ultimate source of evil has been cast from creation for good, but each of us, every human that has ever lived, has taken part in some way in that evil.  Every one of us has had a hand—great or small—in creation's corruption and human misery.  And so the books are opened and, the judge prepared, death and hades and the sea give up their dead.  Where are the living?  They're not the focus of this scene.  The enemies of the people of God in the satan's last putsch were consumed by fire—so they're presumably amongst this crowd.  The rest were the saints, alive at the end—maybe they'll be judged here too, but they may be passed over, because their faithfulness to Jesus has already been vindicated. So, again, the Lord casts no man or woman into oblivion without it being clear that his judgement is just.  Death and hades give up their dead.  Greek-speaking Jews borrowed hades, the Greek's mythical abode of the dead, to translate the Hebrew word sheol—the grave.  The graves of history are turned out and their occupants stand before the Judge.  The sea, too, gives up all those lost to it.  And by the books we each condemn ourselves.  If God is to set his creation to rights, not a single one of us deserves to be a part of it.  The satan—the root of the problem of evil—may be gone, but each of us would carry that evil into the new creation and make a mess of it all over again.  Praise God that the book containing our sins is not the only one that will be opened on that day.  The second book is the book of life—an image that goes all the way back to Moses—the book containing the names of the Lord's covenant people. John first wrote of this book of life in his exhortation to the Church in Sardis: “Yet you have still a few names in Sardis, people who have not soiled their garments, and they will walk with me in white, for they are worthy.  The one who conquers will be clothed in white garments, and I will never blot his name out of the book of life.  I will confess his name before my Father and before his angels” (Revelation 3:4-6).  Repeatedly, throughout Revelation, John writes of those who stand firm for Jesus, those who refuse to submit to the beast, those who overcome—their names are written in this book of life that belongs to the lamb.  These are the names of those who are in Jesus.  They are the ones who have recognized that in his resurrection he has begun the work of new creation—of restoring this broken world and setting it to rights.  They are the ones who have not only acknowledge him as Lord, but who have given their allegiance to him and to his kingdom.  They're the ones who, despite continuing sometimes to sin and to fall short of the mark, are nevertheless committed to him.  They have forsaken Caesar.  And they have forsaken the false gods of this world: Aphrodite, Mars, Mammon, and all the rest.  They're the people who have pulled up their stakes in the systems of the old kings and gods and have planted them firmly in the kingdom of Jesus.  These are the “on earth as in heaven” people.  And that means that, because of their faith and their union with Jesus, these are the people in whom God's work of recreation has already begun.  These are the people who have been filled with his own Spirit and have their hearts and their hopes set on the age to come.  These are the ones ready to follow their king into his kingdom—ready to be renewed as he was—to finally be an Easter people in all the fullness of what that means.  They—we—just like everyone else—stand condemned by the other books, the record of our sins, the record of our wrongs against God and against each other.  But by his merciful grace, Jesus has also written our names in his book, he claims us as his own, he covers our sins by the sacrifice of his own blood, and when our deeds condemn us, he confesses us before his Father: “These belong to me.  These are the ones I've made new.  These are they whom I've prepared to take up Adam's vocation: to my priests, the stewards of my temple.” The rest have no share in God's new creation.  John goes on in verses 14 and 15: Then Death and Hades were thrown into the lake of fire. This is the second death, the lake of fire.  And if anyone's name was not found written in the book of life, he was thrown into the lake of fire.   Finally, the end of sin and death.  Death and the grave are cast into the lake of fire—that place of ultimate destruction.  Jesus has conquered it and those written in his book have been delivered from it forever.  And those not written in the book of life, those whose sins and lack of allegiance to Jesus—in contrast to the redeemed, these are the “my will on earth” people—those who would only carry the curse of sin into the new creation.  Like Adam and Eve, they cannot live in the presence of God or share in the life he gives, and so having been condemned by the record of their own deeds against God, they too are cast into the lake of fire.  I think it's worth noting that whereas John writes that the lake of fire is a place of eternal torment for the satan and his angels, he does not say the same of these men and women.  The same goes for the beast and his prophet.  And I think the reason for that is that the satan and his angels are eternal beings.  Humans are not.  In Genesis we read that we were created from dust.  Whether that's meant literally or not, the point is that we are, by our nature, mortal.  Adam and Eve could have lived forever had they remained in the presence of God.  The tree of life there and as we'll see in the next chapter of Revelation is symbolic of that life of God.  But away from his presence we die and eventually return to the dust.  As St. Paul writes in Romans 6, “The wages of sin is death.”  Because apart from the presence of God we are simply dust graciously animated by his breath until we die and his breath returns to him and we return to the dust of which we were made.  I know that's a minority opinion in Evangelical theology, but the more I study and try to read Scripture in context and apart from the tendency we've had for many centuries to read it through the lens of pagan Greek philosophy, that's the conclusion I keep coming to.  That said, John doesn't seem overly concerned with whether the unredeemed are consigned to oblivion or eternal torment.  The real point here is that God is about to consummate the work of new creation begun in the resurrection of Jesus.  The world will be set to rights, tears will be wiped away, all things will be made new and the only people for whom there is a place in this new world are those who have already committed themselves to Jesus and to this new world and in whom he and the Spirit have already begun this work of new creation.  God's majesty and glory are revealed at the throne as every last bit of evil is exposed, rooted out, gathered up, and cast into the fire never to trouble his creation again.  And his glory shines forth in Jesus, the lamb who was slain, who stands before him with his own books, calling out the names of those who have known his amazing grace by faith. Brothers and Sisters, the end follows naturally from the rest of the story of God and his people.  Even if Jesus hadn't revealed these visions to John, we know that the God who reveals himself in the Scriptures—whose holy fire burns against sin, but who is also patient and loving, full of grace and mercy—he will not let evil go unchecked forever.  He will restore that which he so lovingly made.  He so loved the world that he gave his son so that all those who believe—who trust in him, who acknowledge his lordship over all, who give their allegiance to him and to his kingdom—might know the life of the age to come.  In light of all that—even without John—we could be sure that what God has begun in Jesus he will surely finish.  He will deal with sin and death and he will consummate his project of new creation.  But, again, we see his graciousness towards us here.  Like Paul did, we could figure this all out for ourselves, but Jesus knew that his people, beleaguered by the forces of unbelieving Jerusalem and pagan Rome, with persecution and martyrdom around the corner, needed and exhortation to persevere in the face of tribulation.  And so in his grace, he loving gave them this vision of the kingdom—and with it assurance.  God is king.  Jesus is lord.  The gospel will win.  The church will be vindicated and reunited with her lord.  All things will be made new.  Every tear will be wiped away. Those persecuted Christians rejoiced at the words of Jesus and we know they did, indeed, persevere.  Those who survived—and even the pagan historians—wrote of their faithful courage.  May we, too, be exhorted to faithful courage by John's vision—giving our allegiance to Jesus and to his kingdom—sure and certain of his faithfulness to us.  Christ has died.  Christ is risen.  Christ will come again. Let's pray: Heavenly Father, strengthen us we pray that we might always be faithful to you and to your kingdom.  As we struggle with evil in this world, hold the cross before us that we might always remember that you are dealing with it.  As we face opposition, hold the cross before us that we might always remember you will finish what you have begun.  And as we see the cross before us, may we be faithful in proclaiming the gospel that the nations might have a share in your kingdom.  Through Jesus we pray. Amen.

Antioch Community Church Waco - Sunday Sermon

Jehovah Jireh, translated literally, means "The Lord will see." The meaning of this in today's English is "the Lord will see to it," or "the Lord will provide." We first see this phrase in Genesis 22, when God miraculously provided a sacrifice for Abraham and Isaac on Mount Moriah. A thousand years later, God had mercy on the people of Israel when David offered a sacrifice in the same location. After another millennium, Jesus was crucified only a few hundred feet from the same place, and on Mount Moriah itself, where God's temple was built, the veil separating us from God's Holy of Holies was torn, reconciling us forever with God by the sacrificial love of Jesus. Praise God that we can fully trust our sovereign Provider—Jehovah Jireh.

Worship Service
Praise God for being Surprising - Worship Service - Saturday - 5:30

Worship Service

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 68:46


In Psalm 46:1, God tells us that He "..is my refuge and strength, my ever-present help in trouble.” But is His "ever present help" always in the way I think it should be? or does He at times 'surprise us?'

Kingdom Cross  Roads Podcast
Mission to Help the Vets - Jane Babcock pt 3

Kingdom Cross Roads Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 25:17


A Mission to Help the Vets Jane Babcock pt 3 https://kcrpodcast.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/Jane-Babcock.jpeg ()These last few years, there has been an increase awareness about the terrible care our military veterans have received. Thank God for the efforts President Trump put into this area that did show some promising improvements and results. Amen! But there is still a long way, a very long way, to go. Our vets, their spouses and their families are hurting. They are suffering. And when they try to navigate the myriad mazes that consist in our government, they get lost and give up. Or they fall through the cracks and start over again. And again. And again. But, all hope is not lost. There is a team of volunteers out there that take this very, very seriously. Our guest today has formed a grass roots mission, “National Promises Made But Not Kept by the VA.” Jane Babcock has been a volunteer for over 12 years, serving the veterans in her state of Wisconsin, but also helping others nationwide! Praise God. Through her volunteer training and guidance, with one-on-one virtual calls, live and podcast interviews, in person group and virtual classes, Jane has been on the forefront of helping veterans navigate the mazes of bureaucracy, especially inside the VA. Amen! Her mission is to educate every veteran, their families, and their widow(or)s on the benefits which the VA seems happy to keep secret. This is part three of a great three part interview! What about funeral benefits? Do VA Counselors also help with those? I've heard that a veteran should “prearrange” funeral plans in a VA cemetery, well before their death or that of a spouse. How is that accomplished if they are not in a terminal state of health? You are trying to put together a media push to get this information out there before Veterans Day. Can you share what it is you are trying to put together? Before we close, you mentioned something about “war time pensions.” What is it you would like to share? What about a vet that has a good income, health insurance, etc., but would like to have their prescriptions filled by the VA and still have that annual physical. Is that something that the vet can do? Jane, this has really been informative. I know I've learned a lot and our listeners have as well. How can they reach out to a local benefits educator in their area? How can they find someone like you that can help them locally? If someone had a question or wanted to get in touch with you, maybe to do an interview like this, how can they do that? Folks, as a veteran and just as an American, I'm shocked to see how bureaucracy has treated and continues to treat our heroes. It is a tragedy. It really is. But folks like Jane Babcock are there to help. If you want to get in touch with your local VA benefits educator, look them up. Find a contact number. Email Jane and tell here where you are located and she can probably refer you to someone or maybe email you the info you need to get started. Amen! This is something YOU need to take control of. Amen! I urge you, if you are a veteran or a family member of a veteran or are just aware of a situation involving a veteran, please get in touch with Jane or a local representative and get the help that is due to the veterans. Amen! CONTACT INFORMATION: Jane Babcock on LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/janebabcock/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/janebabcock/) Find your Accredited VSO Reps:  https://www.va.gov/ogc/apps/accreditation/index.asp (https://www.va.gov/ogc/apps/accreditation/index.asp) https://www.linkedin.com/dms/D5606AQEmSJMIH_DQXQ/messaging-attachmentFile/0/1656173810390?m=AQJ7uyclGxKPjgAAAYHP79bHVfa-JHCzBq9XiWkPTWc_MDUPHhP1IHjS&ne=1&v=beta&t=qJPj-ssKue0bjSCXk_mxY2vys0ZlUqnpTR1YgnxoBQ0&lipi=urn%3Ali%3Apage%3Ad_flagship3_people_invite_accepted_contextual%3Bi9b0boBHQ%2BKH3Ksd8zn%2Baw%3D%3D (Presumptive Disabilities Document)...

Kingdom Cross  Roads Podcast
Mission to Help the Vets – Jane Babcock pt 2

Kingdom Cross Roads Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 27:14


A Mission to Help the Vets Jane Babcock pt 2 https://kcrpodcast.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/Jane-Babcock.jpeg ()These last few years, there has been an increase awareness about the terrible care our military veterans have received. Thank God for the efforts President Trump put into this area that did show some promising improvements and results. Amen! But there is still a long way, a very long way, to go. Our vets, their spouses and their families are hurting. They are suffering. And when they try to navigate the myriad mazes that consist in our government, they get lost and give up. Or they fall through the cracks and start over again. And again. And again. But, all hope is not lost. There is a team of volunteers out there that take this very, very seriously. Our guest today has formed a grass roots mission, “National Promises Made But Not Kept by the VA.” Jane Babcock has been a volunteer for over 12 years, serving the veterans in her state of Wisconsin, but also helping others nationwide! Praise God. Through her volunteer training and guidance, with one-on-one virtual calls, live and podcast interviews, in person group and virtual classes, Jane has been on the forefront of helping veterans navigate the mazes of bureaucracy, especially inside the VA. Amen! Her mission is to educate every veteran, their families, and their widow(or)s on the benefits which the VA seems happy to keep secret. Today is part two of an amazing three part interview! You published a LinkedIn article that discusses just a few of the cases in which you intervened. One of the stories was about a Marine with over 25 years of service and fully qualified for retirement, but they were going to put him on Retired Reserve due to surgeries prior to his retirement date. Can you briefly explain that situation for us and how you intervened and what the result was? You are also able to help those Marines that were stationed at or working at Camp Lejuune, North Carolina from the 1950's to 1980's. Explain what that is all about and how people that worked there during that time could be impacted? This just is not for the older vets out there. I've seen news reports of how those who fought in Iraq and Afghanistan and that area were affected by pit burns. Can you share a little bit about those benefits that vets could be entitled to? Share with some of things the VA has available for caregivers of these veterans… What about the condition of some of the VA Nursing Homes we've seen on TV? Have they gotten better since those news reports? You assist veterans with applying to the VA for these and other benefits. Why shouldn't these vets apply on their own? What's the benefit of using someone like you? What about funeral benefits? Do VA Counselors also help with those? If you want to get in touch with your local VA benefits educator, look them up. Find a contact number. Email Jane and tell here where you are located and she can probably refer you to someone or maybe email you the info you need to get started. Amen! This is something YOU need to take control of. Amen! I urge you, if you are a veteran or a family member of a veteran or are just aware of a situation involving a veteran, please get in touch with Jane or a local representative and get the help that is due to the veterans. Amen! CONTACT INFORMATION: Jane Babcock on LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/janebabcock/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/janebabcock/) Find your Accredited VSO Reps:  https://www.va.gov/ogc/apps/accreditation/index.asp (https://www.va.gov/ogc/apps/accreditation/index.asp) https://www.linkedin.com/dms/D5606AQEmSJMIH_DQXQ/messaging-attachmentFile/0/1656173810390?m=AQJ7uyclGxKPjgAAAYHP79bHVfa-JHCzBq9XiWkPTWc_MDUPHhP1IHjS&ne=1&v=beta&t=qJPj-ssKue0bjSCXk_mxY2vys0ZlUqnpTR1YgnxoBQ0&lipi=urn%3Ali%3Apage%3Ad_flagship3_people_invite_accepted_contextual%3Bi9b0boBHQ%2BKH3Ksd8zn%2Baw%3D%3D (Presumptive Disabilities...

Reclamation Podcast
#184: ACTS - Adoration in Prayer

Reclamation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 11:12


This episode kicks off a five-week series on prayer! We explore the acronym ACTS and each week we'll explore a different letter.  Adoration Confession Thanksgiving Supplication   Psalm 150:1-6 Praise the Lord.[a] Praise God in his sanctuary;     praise him in his mighty heavens. 2 Praise him for his acts of power;     praise him for his surpassing greatness. 3 Praise him with the sounding of the trumpet,     praise him with the harp and lyre, 4 praise him with timbrel and dancing,     praise him with the strings and pipe, 5 praise him with the clash of cymbals,     praise him with resounding cymbals. 6 Let everything that has breath praise the Lord. Praise the Lord.  

Kingdom Cross  Roads Podcast
Mission to Help the Vets – Jane Babcock pt 1

Kingdom Cross Roads Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 26:12


A Mission to Help the Vets Jane Babcock pt 1 https://kcrpodcast.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/Jane-Babcock.jpeg ()These last few years, there has been an increase awareness about the terrible care our military veterans have received. Thank God for the efforts President Trump put into this area that did show some promising improvements and results. Amen! But there is still a long way, a very long way, to go. Our vets, their spouses and their families are hurting. They are suffering. And when they try to navigate the myriad mazes that consist in our government, they get lost and give up. Or they fall through the cracks and start over again. And again. And again. But, all hope is not lost. There is a team of volunteers out there that take this very, very seriously. Our guest today has formed a grass roots mission, “National Promises Made But Not Kept by the VA.” Jane Babcock has been a volunteer for over 12 years, serving the veterans in her state of Wisconsin, but also helping others nationwide! Praise God. Through her volunteer training and guidance, with one-on-one virtual calls, live and podcast interviews, in person group and virtual classes, Jane has been on the forefront of helping veterans navigate the mazes of bureaucracy, especially inside the VA. Amen! Her mission is to educate every veteran, their families, and their widow(or)s on the benefits which the VA seems happy to keep secret. Help me welcome to the program, Jane Babcock! Jane it is a blessing to have you come on this program and share what you do for our Veterans and their families. I do appreciate your time! First question which I always start with, can you tell us in your own words, “Who is Jane Babcock?” Your research says there were 32 million veterans in 1976, but today, there are less than 20 million. Can you share with us the importance of these numbers and how they do not really tell the whole story? Explain what the Nehmer Court Ruling is and how that is supposed to be helping veterans and their surviving spouses… As a veteran, I've known people who suffered from and also have received some benefits from being exposed to “Agent Orange” in Vietnam. But is this still a benefit that vets are eligible for today? You published a LinkedIn article that discusses just a few of the cases in which you intervened. One of the stories was about a Marine with over 25 years of service and fully qualified for retirement, but they were going to put him on Retired Reserve due to surgeries prior to his retirement date. Can you briefly explain that situation for us and how you intervened and what the result was? You are also able to help those Marines that were stationed at or working at Camp Lejuune, North Carolina from the 1950's to 1980's. Explain what that is all about and how people that worked there during that time could be impacted? Folks, as a veteran and just as an American, I'm shocked to see how bureaucracy has treated and continues to treat our heroes. It is a tragedy. It really is. But folks like Jane Babcock are there to help. If you want to get in touch with your local VA benefits educator, look them up. Find a contact number. Email Jane and tell here where you are located and she can probably refer you to someone or maybe email you the info you need to get started. Amen! CONTACT INFORMATION: Jane Babcock on LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/janebabcock/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/janebabcock/) Find your Accredited VSO Reps:  https://www.va.gov/ogc/apps/accreditation/index.asp (https://www.va.gov/ogc/apps/accreditation/index.asp) https://www.linkedin.com/dms/D5606AQEmSJMIH_DQXQ/messaging-attachmentFile/0/1656173810390?m=AQJ7uyclGxKPjgAAAYHP79bHVfa-JHCzBq9XiWkPTWc_MDUPHhP1IHjS&ne=1&v=beta&t=qJPj-ssKue0bjSCXk_mxY2vys0ZlUqnpTR1YgnxoBQ0&lipi=urn%3Ali%3Apage%3Ad_flagship3_people_invite_accepted_contextual%3Bi9b0boBHQ%2BKH3Ksd8zn%2Baw%3D%3D (Presumptive Disabilities...

Lifetree Community Church
Psummer of Psalms: Psalm 30

Lifetree Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 28:58


"I will exalt You, Lord, for You rescued me. You refused to let my enemies triumph over me. O Lord my God, I cried to You for help, and You restored my health. You brought me up from the grave, O Lord. You kept me from falling into the pit of death. Sing to the Lord, all you godly ones! Praise His holy name. For His anger lasts only a moment, but His favor lasts a lifetime! Weeping may last through the night, but joy comes with the morning. When I was prosperous, I said, “Nothing can stop me now!” Your favor, O Lord, made me as secure as a mountain. Then You turned away from me, and I was shattered. I cried out to You, O Lord. I begged the Lord for mercy, saying, “What will You gain if I die, if I sink into the grave? Can my dust praise You? Can it tell of Your faithfulness? Hear me, Lord, and have mercy on me. Help me, O Lord. You have turned my mourning into joyful dancing. You have taken away my clothes of mourning and clothed me with joy, that I might sing praises to You and not be silent. O Lord my God, I will give You thanks forever! At the end of the message, Pastor Dan asked us to do two things: 1. Identify something that is wrong, something missing, something that has not yet happened that we long to see come to pass. What is a vision in your heart that has not yet come to pass - perhaps you feel a long way from it? 2. Praise God in faith that He will do it - that what should be, will be. Let's praise God fully regardless of how happy or sad we are, regardless of how good or bad we feel, regardless of whether we get to be the ones to make the change or not.

BIBLE IN TEN
Acts 9:19

BIBLE IN TEN

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 11:43


Wednesday, 3 August 2022   So when he had received food, he was strengthened. Then Saul spent some days with the disciples at Damascus. Acts 9:19   The previous verse saw sight returned to Saul's eyes and then his baptism was performed. Now, the narrative immediately sees to his physical needs, saying, “So when he had received food, he was strengthened.”   There is both the sense of his needing to be filled because he had not eaten for three days (verse 9:9), but also a more prophetic sense is being established as well. In 1 Kings 19, the record of Elijah states –   “But he himself went a day's journey into the wilderness, and came and sat down under a broom tree. And he prayed that he might die, and said, ‘It is enough! Now, Lord, take my life, for I am no better than my fathers!' 5 Then as he lay and slept under a broom tree, suddenly an angel touched him, and said to him, ‘Arise and eat.' 6 Then he looked, and there by his head was a cake baked on coals, and a jar of water. So he ate and drank, and lay down again. 7 And the angel of the Lord came back the second time, and touched him, and said, ‘Arise and eat, because the journey is too great for you.' 8 So he arose, and ate and drank; and he went in the strength of that food forty days and forty nights as far as Horeb, the mountain of God. 9 And there he went into a cave, and spent the night in that place; and behold, the word of the Lord came to him, and He said to him, ‘What are you doing here, Elijah?'” 1 Kings 19:4-9   Paul received food and he was strengthened just as Elijah was. However, with the next words of the verse, it doesn't appear to make any connection. But Paul says this in Galatians –   “But when it pleased God, who separated me from my mother's womb and called me through His grace, 16 to reveal His Son in me, that I might preach Him among the Gentiles, I did not immediately confer with flesh and blood, 17 nor did I go up to Jerusalem to those who were apostles before me; but I went to Arabia, and returned again to Damascus.” Galatians 1:15-17   There seems to be no room in Luke's record for Paul's words in Galatians. However, Luke was concerned with Paul's ministry in a particular way. Recording the trip to Arabia was not a necessary part of his account. The trip to Arabia would fit logically in the middle of verse 19 here in Acts 9. As Paul did not “confer with flesh and blood,” it is probable that he immediately felt his calling to go to Arabia and then return after that. He may have even been instructed to do this during his three days of fasting.   As this is likely when this occurred, this brings in the next fundamental question, “Where in Arabia?” Arabia of Paul's day was considerably different than that of Saudi Arabia today. As it is only referred to one other time in the New Testament, Galatians 4:25, all we have is that one verse to give us a clue as to where Paul went.    In that verse, Paul says that Mount Sinai (Horeb) is in Arabia. For this reason, we can logically (although not dogmatically) suppose that Paul went to the very spot where Moses received the law, and where Elijah was drawn to after his great ordeal with the false prophets of Baal (please read all of 1 Kings 19 today!), in order to receive the instruction for his ministry after having received the commission of his apostleship. There is no reason to dismiss this, and a valid reason to accept it.   Regardless of this though, after his time in Arabia, it next says in Galatians 1 that he “returned again to Damascus.” This then would be in line with the words in Acts 9:19, saying “Then Saul spent some days with the disciples at Damascus.” After his time in Arabia (assuming this is when it occurred, and which fits logically with the timeline from Galatians), Paul returned to Damascus. In 1 Kings 19:15, it says this concerning Elijah –   “Then the Lord said to him: ‘Go, return on your way to the Wilderness of Damascus; and when you arrive, anoint Hazael as king over Syria.'” 1 Kings 19:15   Both departed from Arabia (Horeb), and both then went to (back to) Damascus. In the Acts 9:3 commentary, the meaning of Damascus was noted by Abarim –   “The Hebrew term for Damascus, namely דמשק (dammasq), means something like The Beginning Of Salvation. The Chronicler's slightly adapted term for Damascus, namely דרמשק (darammasq) means Period Of Salvation or perhaps more precise Full Turn In The Pattern Of Salvation. The Greek name Damascus means Tameness or somewhat more positive Synchronicity.”   Damascus is outside of Israel's borders which is appropriate for Saul's calling that occurred. The apostle to the Gentiles received his calling outside of the set borders of Canaan, but still within the area of land originally promised to Abraham in Genesis 15:18. Understanding the typology, Elijah's life was a pattern of Jesus' ministry. The parallels between the two are many. A few to settle this notion –   Elijah means, “My God is Yehovah.” Jesus is the Son of Yehovah, being Yehovah incarnate. (Matthew 22:41-45, etc.)   Elijah was a prophet. Jesus is the Prophet. (John 7:40, etc.)   Elijah raised the dead. (1 Kings 17) Jesus raised the dead. (John 11, etc.)   Elijah's life was threatened by wicked rulers. (1 Kings 18, etc.) Jesus' life was threatened by wicked rulers. (Read the gospels)   Elijah multiplied food. (1 Kings 17)  Jesus multiplied food. (Matthew 14, etc.)   Elijah ascended to heaven. (2 Kings 2) Jesus ascended to heaven. (Acts 1)   These and other parallels show that Jesus is the fulfillment of the typology set forth in Elijah. After Elijah ascended, Elisha continued his ministry. He also anticipated Christ and Christ fulfilled that typology, but the point is that the ministry continued after Christ's ascension in both Israel and to those outside of Israel. Paul is selected to go to the Gentiles and his selection occurred at the place with a name (Damascus) that suggests his commission is the start of something new.   Jesus hinted at this early on in the account of Luke where he noted the healing of Naaman the Syrian (and others) in Luke 4, stating to those of Nazareth that the miracles of the past were not limited to Jews only. They didn't like this. Jesus gave a sure hint that the transition from Jewish leadership to Gentile leadership was coming in Luke 20:9-19. Again, they didn't like that. But this is what is being seen now.   It is not a different gospel, but a different direction in the furtherance of the gospel. The banner is now beginning to move from Jewish leadership to Gentile leadership. That will carry on until the fulness of the Gentiles has come in. When that is complete, the banner will again return to the Jews. Paul is the key to this. Salvation to the Gentiles is beginning (Acts 8 & 10) and he will be the one to take it forward. There will be a full turn in the pattern of salvation until the time designated by God. It is during this period of salvation that the Gentiles will carry the message forward. Paul's instruction in Arabia will come from the Lord, just as the other apostles' instruction came directly from the Lord.   Life application: There are beautiful patterns to be found throughout the Bible, demonstrating that it is a unified whole. In these patterns, there is a main thought – “God is doing the marvelous through Jesus Christ to redeem fallen man.” Everything is focused on Jesus Christ. He is the central point and purpose of Scripture. Without Him as the lens of focus, there is no clarity of what is being conveyed. But in reading the Bible through the lens of Christ, it all makes sense.   God is using the most glorious means of telling us of His love for the people of the world. Be sure to accept this truth and then tell others about it. There is hope in this broken world, and that hope is to be found in Jesus! Praise God for Jesus Christ our Lord.   Lord God, Your word is a treasure of wonder and delight because Your word tells us of the coming of Jesus. It tells us in advance of His coming, it tells us about when He came, and it explains His coming to us. And more, it tells of His coming again. And may that day be soon. We wait for our Lord from heaven. Yes, we long for Jesus! Amen.

South Valley Community Church
Psalm 63 - Summer of Psalms

South Valley Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 39:22


Pastor Ricky Hemme When Life is a Furnace When life is a furnace Seek God, Praise God, Remember God, and Trust God.

Death to Life podcast
#31 Eddie Gets Free from Performance

Death to Life podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 113:13


Summary: Life was a performance for Eddie Cornejo. With a little charm and working the system, young Eddie dodged consequences and played the part of whatever was needed to be “perfect.” He maintained the facade by leveraging his talents —music, women, ministry — which temporarily kept the insecurities at bay. But consequences reared their head. The expectations of others carried too much weight. Eddie's double-mindedness manifested in a cycle of pride and guilt, intertwined in a pinwheel of death.But Eddie's story was not over. Praise God for the miracles He works even in the middle of deception! Listen in for the highly-anticipated part one of a beautiful love story with Jesus and His forgiveness taking center stage.Keywords: Comparison / Shame / Deception / Pride / Guilt / Fear / Redemption / ForgivenessExternal Resources:Facebook Group: Love Reality | Gospel Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/3768526659826520

Amor A Proverbios
Enthusiasm and Cheerfulness

Amor A Proverbios

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 18:27


How to tap into the Peace of Jesus for cheerful attitudes. Praise God in all things.

Kingdom Cross  Roads Podcast
The Mighty Oaks Program – Jeremy Stalnecker pt 1

Kingdom Cross Roads Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 28:41


The Might Oaks Program  Jeremy Stalnecker pt 1 As many of you know, from some of the conversations I've had on this program, my first love was the United States Army. The love of country; the desire to serve and to protect; the brotherhood and comradery you shared. The missions. The dangers. The highs and lows. The struggles. Everyone was going through it together. Everyone was enduring the same thing. Everyone hated it and still loved it at the same time. For those that served, you know what I'm talking about. For those that did not serve, it is hard for me or anyone else to put into words. I left service in 1989 after 12 years. I left the Cavalry, I was a CAV officer, and went into business and somehow found my way into law enforcement – and the rest is history. Amen! Those that have been listening to this program for any length of time knows the story. For those that are new, just keep listening or go the archives and you'll know. The reason I'm bringing this up, especially around the 4th of July holiday, is because each and every man and woman who signed up and served, did so voluntarily. They volunteered to protect this nation and the freedoms we enjoy. Many, many of them who came in after I left service, served their entire careers during conflict. Many served in hazardous areas their entire time in service. Witnessing things that no human being should witness. Participating in action that has left huge, emotional scars that haunt them to this day. Our guest today is a veteran and part of a group that you just need to know about. It is the “Might Oaks Foundation” and our guest today is the Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, Jeremy Stalnecker. Jeremy was a Marine Corps Infantry Officer with the First Battalion, Fifth Marines, First Marine Division as a platoon commander in various positions. In January 2003, his unit was deployed to become part of Operation Iraqi Freedom. As the war began, his unit was the first to breach the berm separating Kuwait and Iraq and they were able to secure the first military objective of the war. Continuing, they road marched forward and ended up in Baghdad and were able to seize control of the Presidential Palace in northern Baghdad on the Tigris River. Throughout this mission, Jeremy and his unit provided navigation and security for the battalion. One month after returning from war, he became the assistant pastor at his church and gained ministry experience that would equip to doing what he is doing now, serving the Lord and furthering his ministerial responsibilities. In 2008, Jeremy took on the role of senior pastor of the Bay Area Baptist Church in Freemont, California. After serving there for seven years, he accepted a full time position with the Might Oaks Foundation where he is able to use both, his military background and his ministry experience to help many hurting veterans, service members, their families as well as first responders and their families. The “Mighty Oaks Foundation” is committed to serving the brokenhearted by providing intensive peer-based discipleship through a series of programs, outpost meetings and speaking events.. Help me welcome to the program, Jeremy Stalnecker! First question, other than that brief information I just shared, can you tell us in your own words, “Who is Jeremy Stalnecker?” As I was preparing for our interview, I was reading about your career and the mission of protecting the battalion during the major movement, etc. Brother, that was my job in the Cavalry as well. So I can relate to everything you shared about that on your website. Praise God. Your unit was one that breached the berm.  The unit and men that I had served with were part of that “end run” to the rear echelon area and cutting off the supply lines and avenues of retreat. First Cav Division. Praise God. You are the co-founder of the “Mighty Oaks Foundation.”  What brought you to begin this type of organization and how did

Laura-Lynn & Friends
288 - The Great Unraveling

Laura-Lynn & Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 56:25


Pastors Tracy & Rodney Fortin are here today to talk about the court battle they are facing. These brave pastors of The Church of the Vine, in Edmonton, have made a stand and will not let the government decide how they Praise God. Pastor Tracy and Rodney are not backing down and could use all the support they can get. To support their work, donate to - https://www.givesendgo.com/G368Z      Or E-Transfer at: churchinthevine@gmail.com Glenn Jessome, our second guest, spoke to us a few weeks ago, about the Culture Of Death, within the healthcare field; referencing specifically the details of his mother's 'Medical Murder'. Glenn has an update regarding some backlash that has happened to him, the day after appearing on the Laura-Lynn Live show. Show Resources: https://bit.ly/3JeBINY  ☆ We no longer can trust our mainstream media, which is why independent journalists such as myself are the new way to receive accurate information about our world. Thank you for supporting us – your generosity and kindness keep information like this coming! ☆ ~ L I N K S ~ ➞ DONATE AT: https://www.lauralynn.tv/ or lauralynnlive@protonmail.com ➞ SHOP: https://teespring.com/stores/laura-lynns-store-2 ➞ TWITTER: @LauraLynnTT ➞ FACEBOOK: Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson ➞ RUMBLE: https://rumble.com/c/LauraLynnTylerThompson ➞ BITCHUTE: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/BodlXs2IF22h/ ➞ YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/LauraLynnTyler ➞ TWITCH: https://www.twitch.tv/lauralynnthompson ➞ DLIVE: https://dlive.tv/Laura-Lynn ➞ ODYSEE: https://odysee.com/@LauraLynnTT:9 ➞ GETTR: https://www.gettr.com/user/lauralynn

CTC: Church That Cares Podcast

Praise God for Partial Victories!! He's Moving On Our Behalf!! LOOK AT GOD!!

GROW Podcast
Hello our World, Keep GROWing in God BeLoved Europe encompassing Italy, France

GROW Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 20:12


GROW  Greatness Reached over Oppression through Wisdom Before you get down on your knees, God is already knowingIt's been years since I got down on my knees to Pray, The ol' Back, I get down on my knees to Praise God not ask for Things, God is already knowing and working it Out in Your favor,Just Do the Right Thing in front of YouI Praise God all Day in my HeartMy lips shall release a song

Rejoicing Heart Ministries
Speak the Truth

Rejoicing Heart Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 7:56


This teaching is taken from Isaiah 54:17 and teaches you about speaking forth your faith against anything that tries to come against you. /// If you have any questions, or you would like to share how our teachings have affected your life, please email us or visit us at www.rejoicingheart.net God bless you! Rob and Donna /// Rejoice In You From the Integrity Music Release One, featuring Planetshakers Ministries Int'l ©2009 Planetshakers Publishing (APRA) (admin. By Music Services, www.musicservices.org) All Rights Reserved. Used by permission.

BS3 Sports & Music #XSquad
What To Do in The Midst Of A Storm (Psalm 3)

BS3 Sports & Music #XSquad

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 54:22


Standing On The Word - Pastor DP Dawkins Macedonia MB Church - Fate, Texas What To Do in The Midst Of A Storm (Psalm 3) www.macedoniafate.org

Macedonia Primitive Baptist Church Sermon Podcast
Walking in the Light (Topical Survey of 1st John)

Macedonia Primitive Baptist Church Sermon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 44:14


God is Light, and in him is no darkness at all. Praise God for the creative power of God to send light (both natural and spiritual) that always conquers darkness! Now, that we have been given light by Christ we are called to be the light of the world. We are called to walk in […]

Digging Deeper with Brian Hale
The Joys of Heaven; Day 4

Digging Deeper with Brian Hale

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 6:45


Heaven on Earth (Part 1)At the conclusion of the book of Revelation, John relates an awesome vision. He gazes upon “a new heaven and a new earth,” which, he says, replace the original of each, which have passed away. Other passages in Scripture indicate that this heaven and earth are not entirely new but are renovations of the originals (Isa. 65:17–25; Rom. 8:21–23), renewed much as believers' bodies will be transformed.Coming down from the new heaven into this new earth, John sees “the holy city, New Jerusalem.” It is, he tells us, “prepared as a bride adorned for her husband.” Later in this chapter John mentions this city again, telling of an angel who refers to it as “ ‘the bride, the Lamb's wife' ” (21:9–10). Scripture elsewhere makes clear that the bride of Christ (the Lamb) is the church, the people of God (Isa. 54:5–8; Eph. 5:25–27; Rev. 19:7). Thus, John is seeing the entire body of believers from every time and place, made new in the consummation of all things, being placed back on the physical earth to live for eternity in their physical bodies.There are many features to this new earth to elicit our wonder and praise, and we will look at a number of them in tomorrow's study. Today, however, we will focus on one, the most wonderful feature of all. John tells us that he hears a voice declaring, “Behold, the tabernacle of God is with men, and He will dwell with them, and they shall be His people. God Himself will be with them and be their God.”During the time of Israel's desert wandering, the sign of God's presence with His people was the tabernacle pitched in the center of the camp. There, in the holy of holies, the presence of God was said to reside. Much later, the apostle John began his gospel by noting that Christ “dwelt [literally “tabernacled”] among us” (John 1:14). Those, however, were essentially “temporary stays.” What John sees is the establishment of God's permanent residence among His people. In fulfillment of His covenant with Abraham and his descendants (Gen. 17:7–8), as well as the new covenant prophesied by Jeremiah (Jer. 31:33), God settles with His people, to be God to them. As in Eden of old, men and women walk with God in the cool of the day. Here we find the highest blessing man can know—intimate fellowship between creature and Creator. This is truly heaven on earth.CORAM DEO Living before the face of GodThe hints in Genesis about life in the Garden of Eden before the fall are heartbreakingly poignant, especially compared with Scripture's accounts of the terror that fallen man experiences when he encounters God. By God's renewing work, we shall be able to live as Adam and Eve did. Praise God for the beauty of His unfolding redemptive plan.

Downloads From God
How Can We Praise God When We Are Troubled?

Downloads From God

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 4:12


You may also read the full devotion and prayer by copying and pasting this link into your browser: www.believinghim.com

Christ Community CU
Praise God Always (Psalm 145)

Christ Community CU

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 33:17


The Home Church Podcast
VBS For Adults

The Home Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 36:42


Praise God for His Marvelous Works Text: Psalm 139:14-18 Intro: King David's response to the knowledge that God had created him was Praise! "I will praise Thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made..." This should be our response also. In our text David had three things to praise God for and so do you and I. He praised God for His marvelous works: 1. God was the One Who Made Him – vs. 14-16 • We are fearfully and wonderfully made. Vs 14. That is: The one and only powerful, wonderful, intelligent and miraculous God made us; not evolution! • David thanked God that in his soul he knew this great truth. We too should be thankful and praise God we know this truth! • God knew David before He created him. Vs 15-16 Wow! Ref: Jer.1:5 • His "members" were written in the book of life. Vs 16 2. God was Mindful of Him – vs. 17-18 • We should praise God that He is mindful of us. Ref: Psalm 8: 3-4 • This means God thinks of us, loves us and cares for us. Praise God! • God's "thoughts" to us are precious and more than we can count! vs. 17 • David was praising God for his blessings. vs 18; so should we! • I am reminded: when Jesus was on the cross, I was on His mind! • In Psalm 22 David was allowed to look in the future and see Jesus on the cross. 3. God was Merciful to Him – vs. 23-24 • David prayed for God to search his heart. vs. 23 • This is actually the context of this great Psalm. Ref: vs 1 • David got his answer. vs. 24 = Yes there were some wicked "ways" in David's life! • David received great mercy from God. Ps. 32:1-5; Ps. 51:1-5,12 Conclusion: We need to pray this brave prayer: search my heart oh God...We also can repent and receive God's great mercy! Psalm 147:11

Kingdom Cross  Roads Podcast
1119 StoryTellers with a Message - Lorrie Grant

Kingdom Cross Roads Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 27:18


Storytellers With a Message  Lorrie Grant https://www.lorriedgrant.com/ ()Have you ever heard your parents or grandparents tell stories of their life and experiences? I have. I was raised by my grandparents for a good part of my life. I still remember sitting on the porch with my grandfather as he would reminisce. I loved those times and I still hold them precious. I share those stories of his and some of my own with my grandchildren (my kids have heard them all before and just roll their eyes now)!  But my grandkids, I wanted to share the stories with them so, perhaps, they might just share them with their children and grandchildren when I'm no longer here. Why am I bringing all of this up? I'm so glad you asked! Our guest today is Lorrie Grant. Lorrie is a natural born story teller! I've read some of her blogs and they are amazing! You get sucked right into the story! Amen! Lorrie is also an author of three published children's books, https://amzn.to/3ot6l8U (“Why is There an Elephant in My Basement?”) https://amzn.to/3otCkWm (“Little White Flies”) and https://amzn.to/3z49pgG (“I Am Beautiful Too.”) She is also a podcast host!  Praise God!  Her podcast is called, http://www.storytellerswithamessage.com/ (“Story Tellers with a Message.”) Amen! My first question I always start with is this. Other than that brief information I just shared, can you tell us in your own words, “Who is Lorrie Grant?” I read on your website that you almost failed Freshman English in college. Is that right? Can you tell us what first led you into writing? When I read that on your website, that reminded me of those times with my grandfather, which is why I opened with those comments. Those really are precious memories. I know you're wanting to pass them on to your children and I think you're onto something with these books. Tell us about the book, https://amzn.to/3ot6l8U (“Why is There an Elephant in My Basement?”)  What is that about? What is the point of the book? What is the take away for your readers? What age group are you targeting with your books and your writing?  Who is it you are writing for? The book, https://amzn.to/3otCkWm (“Little White Flies,”) I've heard of “Little White Lies,” but what is the https://amzn.to/3otCkWm (“Little White Flies”) about? Your book,https://amzn.to/3z49pgG ( “I Am Beautiful Too,”) this is a book about self-image and things like that, correct?  How do you communicate that message with this story? What is coming up next? What books are you working on now? You are also a podcaster!  Tell us about your podcast, http://www.storytellerswithamessage.com/ (“Story Tellers with a Message?”) How long have you been podcasting? What is the format and do you have guests? Lorrie, this is all so interesting. I feel I could talk to you for hours about this stuff. It's really great. Lorrie, this has been great. Where can someone order your books? Are they on Amazon? If someone wanted to get in touch with you, to ask a question or maybe to do an interview like this, how can they do that? How can someone get in touch with you? Folks, as I started this interview, I told you a story about my grandfather telling me stories, and how I have passed them and some of my life stories and experiences down to my kids and grandkids as well. That is what Lorrie Grant has done through her writing and her stories are so insightful and they will make you laugh and say, “Me, too!” to some of them. They really are great and they are very easy to read in just a couple of minutes. I urge you to go to her website and sign up to receive her blog posts. Be sure to check out her podcast by clicking the link below as well. And you most definitely need to order her books. Those links are down below as well. Order copies for your kids, your grandkids, the next door neighbor kids and even for your Sunday School classes. These books are great for reading to a group or individually...

HPC Daily Devotionals
Luke 17:12-19

HPC Daily Devotionals

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 4:34


12 As he entered a village there, ten men with leprosy stood at a distance, 13 crying out, “Jesus, Master, have mercy on us!” 14 He looked at them and said, “Go show yourselves to the priests.” And as they went, they were cleansed of their leprosy.15 One of them, when he saw that he was healed, came back to Jesus, shouting, “Praise God!” 16 He fell to the ground at Jesus' feet, thanking him for what he had done. This man was a Samaritan. 17 Jesus asked, “Didn't I heal ten men? Where are the other nine? 18 Has no one returned to give glory to God except this foreigner?” 19 And Jesus said to the man, “Stand up and go. Your faith has healed you.”

Daily Effective Prayer
All Praise Be To God For He Alone Is Worthy | Be Blessed By This Spirit Filled Morning Prayer To God

Daily Effective Prayer

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 3:31


All Praise Be To God For He Alone Is Worthy | Be Blessed By This Spirit Filled Morning Prayer To GodSUBSCRIBE to catch all the latest prayers uploaded to the Daily Effective Prayer Podcast!For more powerful daily prayers and to connect with the ministry visit:https://www.dailyeffectiveprayer.org© Copyright DailyEffectivePrayer.com

Notorious Mass Effect
"ROLLING LOUD FESTIVAL MIAMI"

Notorious Mass Effect

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 19:00


Angry fans are demanding a refund after it was announced that Kid Cudi will be replacing Kanye West at Rolling Loud. On Sunday, July 17, the music festival's official Twitter page posted news of the change after the rapper, 45, dropped out at the last minute. "Due to circumstances outside of our control, Ye will no longer be performing at Rolling Loud Miami 2022," they shared. "Please welcome @KiDCuDi!" The music fest is the "largest hip-hop festival in the world," according to Rolling Loud's website. Just five days before the "Praise God" artist - who now goes by Ye - was supposed to take the stage alongside 2 Chainz, Lil Yachty, Saweetie and more, he dropped out. The message continued: "This is the first time a headliner has ever pulled [out of] our show and though we don't take it lightly, we wish him the best. We look forward to welcoming Kid Cudi as a headliner in Miami and we can't wait to see what he has in store." source: Fans Demand Refund After Kid Cudi Replaces Kanye at Rolling Loud Festival (newsweek.com) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/masseffect/support

CBC Sermons
Praise God

CBC Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 32:54


Thank you for listening. We pray the podcast is a blessing to you. Please visit our website www.columbianabaptist.com.

Broadcasts – Christian Working Woman
Why Should We Praise God – Part 2

Broadcasts – Christian Working Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 14:28


I believe this topic of praising God is vital to our spiritual, mental and emotional health. It offers the answers for many of the problems each of us faces. I feel as though I'm just beginning to learn how to be more intentional about praising God and how important that praise is in my life. But I sure want to be a fast-learner, don't you? God has asked us to praise him, not because he needs our praise, but because we need the benefits that come from praising him. Praise helps us mature spiritually, and brings healing to us emotionally, mentally and physically. Praise can really change those things about us that we know need changing—those harmful personality traits that we can't seem to get rid of. All of those are very good reasons to learn to praise God more and more. Another extremely important reason to praise God is that it defeats our enemy, Satan. It is a weapon to be used in spiritual conflict. Now, perhaps I should remind us all that we are in a spiritual battle. We have an enemy who wants to devour us, to defeat us, to rob and steal from us, to destroy us any way he can. And he has a host of helpers. This enemy is real, and we are in a daily battle with him. If you don't recognize his existence and know how to defeat him, you will be continually at his mercy, and wondering why your life never seem to be victorious as it should be. Well, praise is one weapon to use against this enemy and it is a very effective weapon. 2 Chronicles 20 is a beautiful example of how praise can be used to defeat our enemy. Just to give a brief background, war had been declared on the people of God by their enemies. Jehoshaphat, the king of Judah, called the nation to repentance, fasting and prayer. And as they repented and prayed, God assured them of victory, though they were outnumbered by their enemies. Listen to what they did to win this victory:  Early in the morning they left for the Desert of Tekoa. As they set out, Jehoshaphat stood and said, “Listen to me, Judah and people of Jerusalem! Have faith in the Lord your God and you will be upheld; have faith in his prophets and you will be successful.” After consulting the people, Jehoshaphat appointed men to sing to the Lord and to praise him for the splendor of his holiness as they went out at the head of the army, saying: ‘Give thanks to the Lord, for his love endures forever.' As they began to sing and praise, the Lord set ambushes against the men of Ammon and Moab and Mount Seir who were invading Judah, and they were defeated. The Ammonites and Moabites rose up against the men from Mount Seir to destroy and annihilate them. After they finished slaughtering the men from Seir, they helped to destroy one another” (2 Chronicles 2:20-23). Here we see that the people of God were victorious even though their enemy was much greater and stronger than they were. And praise was the tool they used to appropriate the victory that God had promised them. Now when did the victory come? After they began singing and praising. I sure hope you're paying close attention, because this is a very important concept that will make a difference in your life. My friends, in spiritual warfare we must learn to praise God even before we see the victory. You know, believing that God can answer prayer is not enough. But believing that he has heard and has answered—even before you see his answer—that's faith. We show that kind of faith when we praise him in advance. And when we praise, our enemy is defeated. Why? In Psalm 22:3 we are told that God inhabits the praise of his people. This means that where there is praise and adoration of him, there he identifies and openly manifests his presence. He takes up residence in the praise of his people. And his presence always makes Satan run the other way. Satan cannot abide the presence of the living God. So, praise him. He will inhabit your praise and your enemy will flee. Satan is allergic to praise. Well,

Life Over Coffee with Rick Thomas
Four Reasons to Praise God for Your Imperfections

Life Over Coffee with Rick Thomas

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 30:00


Utopia does not exist. It's a mirage in a desert, similar to the person who wants to be perfect. My goal here is not to rain on anyone's parade but to help gain a better perspective on living well in God's world while releasing ourselves from pursuing the unrealistic, nonexistent perfect life. My concern is that some of us are not comfortable in our own skin, and as we stare at imperfection in the face, we hope to find something a little more perfect. If you're that striving soul, I have excellent news for you; God's strength needs your imperfection to magnify His fame for your good. Read Here: https://rickthomas.net/four-reasons-to-praise-god-for-your-imperfections/ Will you help us so we can continue to provide free content to the world? You can become a supporting member here rickthomas.net/recurring-membership/ Or you can make a one-time or recurring donation(s) here https://rickthomas.net/donations/

ETC Ministry Podcasts
Book of Psalms KJV Bible Study - Psalm 4

ETC Ministry Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 77:58


We go verse by verse through the book of Psalms to help Bible Believers better understand one of the most beautiful and beneficial books in the Bible. Praise God, love God, and cherish His word forever, for His word will endure forever. Amen and amen.

ETC Ministry Podcasts
Book of Psalms KJV Bible Study - Psalm 3

ETC Ministry Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 91:08


We go verse by verse through the book of Psalms to help Bible Believers better understand one of the most beautiful and beneficial books in the Bible. Praise God, love God, and cherish His word forever, for His word will endure forever. Amen and amen.

ETC Ministry Podcasts
Book of Psalms KJV Bible Study - Psalm 2

ETC Ministry Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 172:53


We go verse by verse through the book of Psalms to help Bible Believers better understand one of the most beautiful and beneficial books in the Bible. Praise God, love God, and cherish His word forever, for His word will endure forever. Amen and amen.

…By Their Fruits
Do I Now Persuade Men, or God? (feat Jim Duke)

…By Their Fruits

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 65:59


Find Jim Duke Perspective here: https://www.spreaker.com/show/jim-duke-perspective Jeremy has a newborn baby at home, so he had to catch up on some sleep for this one. Praise God that baby Zion is healthy! This was a great discussion between a couple brothers in Christ! Jim not only shares our mission in exposing darkness, but also sharing the Gospel. Thank you Jim for all the work and dedication that you put into what you do.

Kingdom Cross  Roads Podcast
Love Is... - Kim Sorrelle pt 1

Kingdom Cross Roads Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 27:15


Love Is… - Kim Sorrelle pt 1 Many people experience health issues and, for some, massive, life changing surgeries. Many others are there as loved ones go through these ordeals as well. Very few deal with both situations simultaneously – and then, to add grief onto sorrow as well, lose their spouse while trying to recover from their own health issues. But that is what happened to our guest today. Kim Sorrelle was diagnosed with breast cancer and was facing down the double mastectomy and the recovery and all of the emotions that revolve around that. But then had to face, just six weeks later, her husband being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer – and losing him to the cancer. Kim is the executive director of a non-profit organization, speaker, writer, and author of the book, https://amzn.to/39soHTG ("Love Is: A Year Long Experiment in Livingout 1 Corinthians 13 Love.") Kim has been a guest on numerous television and radio broadcasts as well as being  interviewed and published in numerous newspapers and magazines.  She is the author of two books, one book is titled, https://amzn.to/39soHTG (“Love is,”) and is based upon her desire to live an entire year according to First  Corinthians 13:4-8 (known as the “Love chapter” in the Bible).  Her previous book is titled https://amzn.to/3QzaGnZ (“Cry Until You Laugh”) and is based upon her journal she was keeping at the time, and was written as a way to help others deal with their grief. First question, other than that brief information I just shared, can you tell us in your own words, “Who is Kim Sorrelle?” You book, https://amzn.to/39soHTG (“Love Is: A Year Long Experiment in Livingout 1 Corinthians 13 Love,”) was published in December 2021. Why did you feel it was important to publish your book at this time? Before starting your journey to “study Love,” what did you think “love” really meant? A lot of this book is set in Haiti. Your organization supports work in Haiti, “Rays of Hope International.” Can you tell us about your organization? You have a great story about taking a group of men to Haiti to check out a ministry opportunity. Can you share with us, not just the story, but what aspect of “Love” you were working through at the time? The first story in your book deals with “patience.” It is titled, “Love is Patient,” and details a cargo shipment of supplies your organization had shipped to Haiti. Can you share a bit from that event and how you learned, “Love is Patient?” The Vice President of our ministry, Pastor Mike  Hall, has had a mission outreach for 25 or more years in Haiti called “Real Hope for Haiti.” It's a Christian school and orphanage. One of the things he tells us about are the gangs that, basically, will halt traffic and “charge” for passage from one town to the next. Have you experienced that as well? How has the pandemic and all of that affected, not just your organization efforts, but those in Haiti that depend on this support as well? Drop down into the show notes and click the links right there to order your copy of https://amzn.to/39soHTG (“Love Is…”) In fact, order two or three copies. Give one to a friend, relative or co-worker. If you are part of a book club, order enough for your book club or recommend this book as one of the books to read and have everyone buy it. Praise God! And, while you are there, click the link to purchase https://amzn.to/3QzaGnZ (“Cry Until You Laugh.”) This book is a must, MUST have if you or someone you know is going through a loss or is in grief. This book will help to minister to them in ways that you will not know until possibly a lot later. But it will help and they will be eternally grateful for your act of kindness. CONTACT INFORMATION: https://amzn.to/39soHTG ()   Email:  ksorrelle@gmail.com Website:  https://www.kimsorrelle.com/ (https://www.kimsorrelle.com) Book:  https://amzn.to/39soHTG (“Love Is: A Yearlong Experiment in Living Out 1 Corinthians 13 Love”) – on...

Tribulation-Now
The Rocks are Crying Out! w sister Terri Hill

Tribulation-Now

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 155:00 Very Popular


The Rocks are Crying Out! w sister Terri Hill Join Johnny Baptist while he discusses the empirical events across the world leading up to World War III, the trickery and deceit of the New World Order, and the bizarre weirdness of the fallen angelic UFO phenomenon as we plunge head first into the forthcoming apocalypse and the Seven Seals of Revelation (chapter 6). Join us tonight for another anointed and edifying teaching from sister Terri Hill entitled 'The Rocks are Crying Out!".  PRAISE GOD!!! God Bless You - See you there! To sign up for radio show Email Notifications click  Mail Link: http://gem.godaddy.com/signups/185380/join

Kingdom Cross  Roads Podcast
Sunflowers Beneath the Snow - Teri Brown pt 1

Kingdom Cross Roads Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 25:03


Sunflowers Beneath the Snow  Teri Brown pt 1 http://www.terimbrown.com/ ()We all love a good fiction story every now and then. We love one that has just enough truth included to make it plausible, but yet keep us entertained and wondering, “What happens next.” When I can interview an author who has also included some elements of Faith in the story, too… Well, I can't resist. Amen! Teri Brown is a self-described “Air Force Brat” now living in North Carolina. In 2020, during the height of the COVID pandemic, she and her husband, Bruce, decided to take a bike ride through the countryside one day. When I say “countryside,” they rode their tandem bicycle from the Oregon Pacific coastline and ended at the Iwo Jima Memorial in Washington, DC, over 3100 miles! Praise God! Teri is the author of https://amzn.to/3tv1wP6 (“Sunflowers Beneath the Snow”) a historical fiction that is set in the Ukraine. Little did she know that the inspiration for the writing and publishing of her book was part of God's plan to have it published right now, in light of what we see happening in the Ukraine. Amen! https://amzn.to/3tv1wP6 (“Sunflowers Beneath the Snow”) covers three generations of women struggling to survive after the betrayal of one Ukrainian rebel. The rebel was the husband and father and three women, the wife / mother, daughter and eventually the granddaughter. I don't want to give away the plot as that will be part of our discussion today… First question, other than that brief information I just shared, can you tell us in your own words, “Who is Teri Brown? This book is actually your fourth or fifth book that you have written, but the first one to published, correct? Your background, you're a 14 year survivor from an abusive relationship. Is this what led you to writing? Sort of a “healing type of journaling?” How did you get started in writing fiction and what led you to write about the Ukraine for this book? Tell us about the plot for your book, https://amzn.to/3tv1wP6 (“Sunflowers Beneath the Snow…”) How did you come up with the characters, the family, for your book? Were they based off of people you know? How did you do all of the research on the language, the customs, the food, etc. in preparation for writing this book? Did you ever have writers block and what do you do counter it? Folks, I cannot emphasize enough how historically accurate and how timely the release of this book, https://amzn.to/3tv1wP6 (“Sunflowers Beneath the Snow”) is and how timely the release of this book is, for the day and time in which we live today. I want to encourage you to drop down into the show notes and click the links right there to get in touch with and follow Terri Brown's work and also to order her book, https://amzn.to/3tv1wP6 (“Sunflowers Beneath the Snow”). CONTACT INFORMATION: https://amzn.to/3tv1wP6 ()   Email:  teri@terimbrown.com Website:  http://www.terimbrown.com/ (http://www.terimbrown.com) Book: https://amzn.to/3tv1wP6 (“Sunflowers Beneath the Snow”) – on Amazon