EP 101 | The Enneagram and The Church with Dr. Craig Hawkins (Occultic Arts) | Redeeming Truth Pastor Jon Benzinger and Dr. Craig Hawkins discuss the occult origins of the Enneagram on the Redeeming Truth Podcast. Links discussed: Watchman Fellowship Profile: Enneagram by Marcia Montenegro https://www.watchman.org/enneagram.pdf The Enneagram GPS: Gnostic Path to Self by Marcia Montenegro http://christiananswersforthenewage.org/articles_fictionfactsenneagram.aspx Tell Me Who I Am, O Enneagram, by Mitchell Pacwa - Christian Research Institute https://www.equip.org/articles/tell-me-who-i-am-o-enneagram/ Click here to Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCenfIkvDIJa4Qb4WgsH8hkw?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/redeemerbibleaz/ For more information about Redeemer Bible Church in Gilbert, Arizona, or to help support this ministry, please visit us at https://www.redeemeraz.org Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/redeemeraz Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/redeemeraz Never miss a sermon, find our Redeeming Truth Podcast in your favorite player, and subscribe!
Have you ever made a bad decision and regretted it? Are you wondering if there's a way to redeem your story? Do you want to use your experiences to advocate for change? Fox and Rob Richardson speak candidly and with grace about all of this in today's podcast. In this conversation, we talk about: • How difficult circumstances can lead to bad decisions • The realty for men and women who are incarcerated in the U.S. • Having resilient faith in hard times • The importance of prison ministry Fox and Rob's story is one wrapped in grace and full of redemption. They speak openly about mistakes that they made which led to both ending up in prison. Fox talks about how her faith got her through her sentence and how she fought for her husband's release. Rob details the reality of long-term incarceration and talks about the importance of supporting people who are serving a prison sentence. As you listen, I hope you remember that God's grace is sufficient and that in our weakness the Lord is made strong. Whether you're hoping to rebuild your life after incarceration or looking for ways to support people in prison, there's something for everyone in this podcast. We all make mistakes, and we are not defined by our past. There's a God that loves you and wants to turn your test into a testimony. You can tag us @BiancaOlthoff and @foxandrob, we'd love to learn more about how this episode spoke to you. Love you, B RESOURCES/LINKS Book by Fox & Rob Richardson: Time, The Untold Story of the Love That Held Us Together When Incarceration Kept Us Apart Book by Gary Smalley: Making Love Last Forever WGT Email: email@example.com Music by: Brad Tsushima, Instagram: @bradtsushima, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Spotify: “R.A.D.”
Join Pastor Josiah Walker as he preaches the fourth sermon of RLC's series: Potent Parables. In his sermon, “The Growing Seed”, he speaks on the parable of the man who scattered seed on the ground. The seed produced a crop by itself although the man didn't know how the crop came to be (Mark 4:27b). Though we may not understand how, we should rest assured that God will do the work to grow His Kingdom. God's Word teaches us that we should be Christians who are faithful to share the Gospel and trust that God will build His kingdom as He sees fit. Copyright 2022. For more information, please visit RedeemingLifeUtah.org.
Hello and welcome to the Unedited podcast! The goal of this podcast is to help you develop and enjoy the habit of daily Bible reading and prayer. It is through the Word of God and the presence of God that we GET TO KNOW God. In this episode, we talk about investing our time instead of wasting our time, how we spend “hundreds of hours,” and share a devotional thought, “Sitting at the Cemetery.” Thank you for joining me for this journey. I look forward to meeting up with you again next Friday! The book, “Unedited: Hope and Healing Through the Simple Habit of Bible Reading and Prayer” is available on Amazon. If you have questions or to download a typed or handwritten transcript of today's entry, please visit megunedited.com Go grab your Bible and your journal! Looking forward to the power of this habit in YOUR life. This is Unedited. This is for U. Happy Friday! IG: @unedited_meg
Hello everyone I talk about Final Fantasy X-2, a game I couldn't beat as a child but did last year and wanted to share my experience and why it was special to me. Hope you enjoy! Podcast's Twitter: @ARandomGamersCo Personal Twitter accounts: Alejandro's-@AleOrtRay. Mason's-@MrMTGrizz Instagram: arandomgamerscorner Personal email: email@example.com Voice Message: https://anchor.fm/arandomgamerscorner/message Discord: https://discord.gg/dhwWnNdXrW Twitch: Alejandro's profile: https://twitch.tv/risefortheemblem Nathan's book, American Icarus: American Icarus https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09FKSWS5X/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_WDMXRWWD74Q5XWEMHN5Q Instagram: arandomgamerscorner Nathan's YouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UC_-Jn75HBJBnqxV3ohpTRsg --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Join Pastor Josiah Walker as he preaches the third sermon of RLC's series: Potent Parables. In his sermon, “The Rich Fool”, he speaks on Christ's parable of the man who thought he could store up treasures for himself as if that were the point and hope of this life. Through this message you'll hear that our hope shouldn't be in our possessions or anything on earth, but rather in our true treasure: Jesus Christ. Copyright 2022. For more information, please visit RedeemingLifeUtah.org.
Join the crew as we interview professional counselor and wounded healer Ann Svensson. From her early childhood Ann encountered the traumas of growing up in a dysfunctional family, and God did an amazing work in her life. Now she helps others heal from their wounds as a counselor on staff at Lakewood Family Therapy.
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In this episode we look at the instructions God gave to Israel about redeeming the firstborn from their family and flocks. This kind of topic may seem strange and irrelevant, especially in our culture. Western families only think about the firstborn in reference to the social psychology of birth order and family systems. Some of that can be applicable to the ancient near eastern cultural significance of the firstborn, but there's more to it than that. Essentially, the firstborn are a sign of strength because they are the first to open - or loosen - the womb. They also represent the endurance of the family line beyond the ancestors. What's significant for this episode is that in the same way that Israel as a nation was God's firstborn, and set free from Egyptian slavery so they could serve God, every firstborn son of Israelite families was also intended to serve God. In fact, when God protected the firstborn of the Israelites - of their family and flocks - he set apart all the firstborn of Israel to himself. From that moment forward, all the all firstborn - of family and flocks - belonged to God. Redeeming the firstborn son, then, meant that you were buying your firstborn son back from God. It may sound strange, but the redemption of the firstborn son enabled that son to not only live with their family, but it also released them from having to devote their entire life to serving God away from their family (kind of like Hannah devoted her son Samuel to serve God in the temple). We see this concept of redemption in the New Testament when Jesus says in Mark 10 "The Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and give his life as a ransom for the many." As we'll see in our next episode, Jesus was most likely refering here to the sitution in the book of Numbers where the Levites redeem the firstborn sons of the Israelites. The basic principle here is that God wants the firstborn to be exclsuviely devoted to serving him, but not everyone is able to do that. So God offers a substitute for those do not want to, or cannot, serve him in that way. Key Passages: Exodus 13:1-2; 11-16 Mark 10:45 Explainer Video on how to use www.biblehub.com and www.blueletterbible.org Leave us a question or comment at our website podcast page. * Intro Music: "Admirable" Carlos Herrera Music --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/onelifenash/support
Ep 100 | Catholicism vs. The Bible with Mike Gendron | Redeeming Truth Mike Gendron joins pastors Jon Benzinger and Kyle Swanson on the Redeeming Truth Podcast to discuss Catholicism vs. The Bible. More about Mike Gendron: https://www.proclaimingthegospel.org/ Mike Gendron's Video: https://youtu.be/jdlczbO5Csc Click here to Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCenfIkvDIJa4Qb4WgsH8hkw?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/redeemerbibleaz/ For more information about Redeemer Bible Church in Gilbert, Arizona, or to help support this ministry, please visit us at https://www.redeemeraz.org Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/redeemeraz Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/redeemeraz Never miss a sermon, find our Redeeming Truth Podcast in your favorite player, and subscribe! Christ vs. other mediators Worshipping Mary Tradition and canon Is there assurance of salvation in Catholicism? Infallible interpreter The ecumenical church Are Catholics saved? Catholics are the mission field
"Redeeming The Time" Associate Pastor Deloris Davis Ephesians 5:15-17
Join Josiah Walker as he continues preaching through the sermon series Potent Parables. In his sermon, “The Parable of the Talents”, he speaks on the need to be faithful with what Christ has given us as we wait for His return. Whether we've been given a little or much, we are to be faithful and use it all for the glory of God. Copyright 2022. For more information, please visit RedeemingLifeUtah.org.
Episode Summary: In this episode of the L3 Leadership podcast, Jordan Raynor and Doug talk Taylor Swift, leadership lessons, spirituality, and writing books.About Jordan: Jordan Raynor is a leading voice of the faith and work movement.Through his bestselling books (The Creator in You, Redeeming Your Time, Master of One, and Called to Create), the Mere Christians podcast, and his weekly devotionals, Jordan has helped millions of Christians in every country on earth connect the gospel to their work. In addition to his writing, Jordan serves as the Executive Chairman of Threshold 360, a venture-backed tech startup which Jordan previously ran as CEO following a string of successful ventures of his own. Jordan has twice been selected as a Google Fellow and served in The White House under President George W. Bush. A sixth-generation Floridian, Jordan lives in Tampa with his wife and their three young daughters. The Raynors are proud members of The Church at Odessa.Key Takeaways:1. Jordan discusses why he loves Taylor Swift, and why he believes she is a marketing genius.2. He talks about his experience working at The White House and the biggest leadership lesson he took away from that experience.3. He shares advice on building an expansive professional network. 4. Jordan talks about his books, The Creator in You and Redeeming Your Time.Quotes From the Episode:“It's usually not the smartest people in this world that win, it's the most audacious people that win.”“The level of competition decreases as the size of your goal increases.”“Work in the secular world isn't second class, it's the very work of God himself.”Resources Mentioned:The Word Before Work by Jordan RaynorThe Creator in You by Jordan RaynorRedeeming Your Time by Jordan RaynorWho Not How by Dan SullivanEvery Single Album: Taylor Swift PodcastConnect with Jordan:Website | YouTube | Twitter | Instagram
In 2011, Steve Pokorny founded Freedom Coaching: a one-to-one mentoring system aimed at helping those with an attraction or compulsion to pornography. This isn't merely about learning how to avoid pornography; it is even more about reclaiming true health in the mind, the heart, and the body. It is about reclaiming our humanity. Freedom Coaching operates from the conviction that the reason most people with an attachment to pornography don't experience sustained, lasting freedom is they've never learned how to attain healthy forms of intimacy. And attaining healthy forms of intimacy is only possible through receiving a redeemed view of the human body.In addition to founding and leading Freedom Coaching, Steve is also the author of Redeemed Vision: Setting the Blind Free from the Pornified Culture. He joins me today to not only talk about his work, but especially about the hope for redemption for those for whom new life has seemed otherwise unattainable.Follow up Resources: ● Learn more about Freedom Coaching website at https://freedom-coaching.net/● Redeemed Vision: Setting the Blind Free from the Pornified Culture● Church Life Today episode with Joe Campo on “Being a Father to the Fatherless”Church Life Today is a partnership between the McGrath Institute for Church Life at the University of Notre Dame and OSV Podcasts from Our Sunday Visitor. Discover more ways to live, learn, and love your Catholic faith at osvpodcasts.com. Sharing stories, starting conversations.
Intro 00:00 Release dates of OVA and games 1:45 Plot summary 2:45 Estelle's characterization 7:15 Schehera 8:30 Klose 10:30 Localizing terms 11:00 Redeeming qualities 14:00 Hot springs scene 15:00 Renne 17:55 Walter 22:00 Josh false flag 24:00 Dream sequence 26:30 How to adapt the Liberl games? 28:00
Most of us are familiar with the ways our phones can be detrimental to our spiritual lives. But how often do we consider ways they can be of spiritual benefit? Listen as Alasdair Groves talks about how smartphones can actually enrich our relationship with God. “My phone was pointing me directly to the glories and the riches and the treasures of God's promises to us, fulfilled so directly and so richly through the Holy Spirit, even in things as simple as what I was doing as I swiped or scrolled or sent a text or did a hundred other things that we do every day.” Related resources: “Why Do We Pray?” blog post by David Powlison “Eyes That See More” blog post by Ed Welch
Join Josiah Walker as he preaches the first sermon of RLC's new series: Potent Parables. In his sermon, “The Unforgiving Servant”, he speaks on Christ's parable of the man whose unplayable debt was forgiven, yet this same man didn't forgive his fellow servant who owed far less. As Christians, we must reflect on the great sin debt that Christ paid on our behalf. And because of the forgiveness He's shown us we, too, must forgive those who sin against us. Copyright 2022. For more information, please visit RedeemingLifeUtah.org.
Ephesians 5:15-16 says, “Be very careful, then, how you live—not as unwise but as wise, making the most of every opportunity, because the days are evil.” One translation says, “redeeming the time because the days are evil.” So, on this last day of 2022, I want to talk about “redeeming the time.” First, I want to tell you what I am not going to talk about: New Year's Resolutions – I promise, I will not even mention them again because we all know that generally we don't do so good by them, do we? They come and go pretty quickly, so I won't even talk about them. Setting New Year Goals – Not going to talk about goals for the New Year. Oh, it's not that we don't need goals to keep us on track, but that's not what I'm talking about today. Going on a Diet – I promise, I won't mention it again! Turning Over a New Leaf – not today. Won't talk about that today. Just going to remind you that none of us has unlimited time left on this earth. Our days are numbered, only God knows the number, but there is a number and as people often say—when your number is up, your time on earth will be up. So, we need to think about what it means to redeem your time because as Christ-followers, we will be held accountable for the use of our time. Does that mean we should work all the time, chalk up lots of hours doing things, make sure we punch our imaginary time clocks and try to impress God and everyone else that we are busy? I don't think so. But what does it mean to “redeem the time”? Well, when you redeem something, you buy it back so you regain possession of it. So, to me, redeeming time means taking stock of where I'm wasting time and getting it back. It is recognizing that you and I have been given a gift of time from God, and God wants us to live in continual awareness that our time is passing—and passing quickly—and it will be gone and wasted if we don't redeem it—make the most of it. Jesus said this to his disciples: “We must work the works of him who sent me while it is day; night is coming, when no one can work” (John 9:4 ESV). He certainly was aware that his time on earth was limited and he wanted to be sure that he redeemed that time by doing the works that God his Father sent him to do. He was the best at making the most of every opportunity. And you know, that meant he had to say “no” sometimes. He chose to take on human flesh and limit himself to a body like ours, so he had to make choices about the way he spent his time while here on earth. Remember the time he told a man that he could not arbitrate an argument he was having with his brother? He said he was not sent to do that, so he didn't. That's redeeming the time. The disciples at one time had a crowd waiting in one town, expecting him to come speak to them and heal them as he had been doing, but he simply told them that it was his job to go to other towns. He said “no.” Are you good at saying no? I must admit that I am not. And that can keep you from making the best use of your time because none of us can do everything we might like or want to do. Redeeming the time is making better and better choices of how you spend your time. Someone said that we don't drift toward righteousness. When you drift in a boat, for example, you just let the boat go wherever the water takes it. No directing the boat in the right direction, but just letting it drift. That's easier than rowing the boat, fighting the waves, trimming the sails, but it won't get you anywhere. When you drift in your spiritual life, that's when you just let life and its circumstances take you where they will. You don't do the intentional and sometimes hard work of staying alert, being disciplined, steering your life in the direction it should go. So, you drift away from righteousness, not toward it. Sadly, I think that's the plight of many Christ-followers. They never intended to fall away from their commitment to Christ, but they just started drifting, letting things go,
In 2001, Spirited Away became the highest-grossing Japanese film of all time. Twenty years later, in the midst of the pandemic, another Japanese release emerged and toppled Spirited Away's box office record. This film wasn't a critical darling or the work of an esteemed auteur. It wasn't even a standalone film. It was a transitional installment of the anime series Demon Slayer (2019–), fitting right between seasons one and two. This 1-hour and 57-minute bridge story made more than 500 million dollars worldwide. The film's American success is almost entirely due to the popularity of season one, streamed on Netflix at the height of the pandemic. In 2001, Spirited Away made $13.7 million in the US. In 2021, Mugen Train made $49.5 million stateside. 20 ago anime was still a niche interest for a small set of avid American fans. Now it is pervasive. Many people in older generations may not realize exactly how popular anime is with younger viewers, but, it is very popular. When students are asked what their favorite films are. Often they can't think of one, but ask, “Can I tell you what my favorite anime is?” While American animation tends to target children, anime is often unexpectedly (and sometimes distressingly) adult to Western eyes. It also draws on vibrant narrative art (manga), which provides a depth of worldbuilding and storytelling often unavailable to Western animation. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba began as a popular manga in 2016. It tells the story of Tanjiro Kamado, a humble woodsman, who provides for his fatherless family by selling charcoal down the mountain in the local village. In the first episode, he returns to find his family killed by a demon. The only survivor of the attack is his sister Nezuko who has been transformed into a demon with a thirst for blood. Rather than killing Nezuko, Tanjiro tames his sister through his hopeful compassion for her, and resolves to find a way to restore her humanity. The series follows Tanjiro as he trains as a demon slayer and seeks a cure for Nezuko. The eponymous monsters of Demon Slayer bear little resemblance to the evil spirits of Christian theology. They are more like the oni of Japanese folklore, wicked or dangerous creatures haunted by the pains of the former human lives.This Postmodern Realities episode is a conversation with JOURNAL author Phil Tallon about his online-exclusive article, “Slaying and Redeeming Demons: Understanding the Anime Film Demon Slayer”. https://www.equip.org/articles/slaying-and-redeeming-demons-understanding-the-anime-film-demon-slayer/Locked articles are online exclusive content that are only available to subscribers. There are three subscription options to access our online exclusive content.1. Subscribe ($33.50) to the print edition of the Christian Research Journal which includes all online exclusive content.2. Pay a monthly fee ($4.99) for Christian Research Journal online exclusive content. This does not include online versions of current print edition articles or receiving the print issues.3. Pay an annual fee ($24.99) for Christian Research Journal online exclusive content. This does not include online versions of current print edition articles or receiving the print issues.For more information and to subscribe please click here.Note online-exclusives are eventually made available to the public at regular intervals but to gain access to read it when it's originally posted subscribing at the link above is the best option.When you to subscribe to the Journal, you join the team of print subscribers whose paid subscriptions help provide the resources at equip.org that minister to people worldwide. These resources include our ever growing database of over 1,500 articles, as well as our free Postmodern Realities podcast.Another way you can support our online articles is by leaving us a tip. A tip is just a small amount, like $3, $5, or $10 which is the cost for some of a latte, lunch out, or coffee drink. To leave a tip, click here
Carly from Philly joins us on the podcast today! Carly found out she was pregnant around 8 weeks with her first while she was finishing up Grad School & her student teaching. When she went to the hospital to have her first baby she waited in a wheelchair in the hall until being told what to do next in triage and finally was sent up to delivery. She pushed for 3 hours and was told that her baby was posterior with no exit in sight. She consented to a c-section but struggled with the trauma and anxiety that came postpartum.She found out she was pregnant again 2 weeks into the pandemic in 2020. She started on her research for a VBAC early, but was told by her OB to schedule a c-section around 39 weeks. At the anatomy scan, the baby seemed to have a lemon shaped head, which was a sign of spina-bifida, and her husband was not allowed in the appointment with her. Around 24 weeks, she made the decision to switch her care to a midwife, and a hospital 45 minutes away. The night before her due date, she started having contractions and didn't have time to make it to that hospital, and had to head to the one where she had her first daughter, which triggered her anxiety. The baby was posterior again (which she had a feeling would happen) but Carly was completely dilated when she arrived to the hospital. Among a lot of remarks from her nurse, she was able to have the VBAC she planned and worked hard for! She recently started her own podcast called Labor Lessons!Connect with Carly on Instagram here and listen to her podcast, Labor Lessons here!Visit our website and blog: www.goldenhourbirthpodcast.comFollow us on Instagram here and hereFollow us on Facebook here.Intro Song by Carpathians (Donny Rodgers): https://carpathians.bandcamp.com/track/lavaman
Don't waste time, but look for opportunities to buy up the time! This “time” that you have is given by God. The Bible says that we should not be drunk with wine (alcohol) but instead, be wise, knowing that the days are evil….REDEEM THE TIME! Ephesians 5:15-16 Pay careful attention, then, to how you walk, not as unwise but wise, redeeming the time because the days are evil. Therefore, do not be foolish, but understand what the Lord's will is. You guys! I have an “end of the year” word for you! It's all about REDEMPTION! The Bible says that we should pay close attention to the way we walk and live our lives. We only have a little time here on the earth and it's important HOW you live it as a Christian. In this podcast you will learn what the “cure” is for “evil days”, how do redeem the time, and how to appoint your days in the midst of discouragement, and how to “understand” what the will of the Lord is. Eph. 5:18 says And do not get drunk with wine, for that is dissipation, but be filled with the Spirit, It is going to take the Holy Spirit to HELP you discern the times and seasons in your life. Even APPOINTED TIMES! The intention of Satan is to change the appointed times that God has appointed over your life by wearing you out with your circumstances. Esther was in the palace for “such a time as this” this was an appointed time. Esther understood what she was suppose to do, even tho she did not know how it would turn out, she knew what the will of the Lord was. Sometimes the “will of the Lord” will include a huge sacrifice and it will require you to TRUST HIM! John 17:4 New American Bible (Revised Edition) I glorified you on earth by accomplishing the work that you gave me to do. My prayer is that your life will bring glory to God by DOING ALL that He has purposed in your heart while you are here on earth! Happy New Year!!
Join Pastor Bryan as he preaches the fifth and final sermon of the RLC Christmas series: Dwelt Among Us. In his sermon, “Fear Not! It's Good News”, he speaks on how the Good News was proclaimed when the Word - Christ - became flesh and dwelt among us making Himself known to the world. The angels, the shepherds, and Luke all proclaim this Good News. Copyright 2022. For more information, please visit RedeemingLifeUtah.org.
My dear friend, Leah Pieper, invited me onto her podcast, Fresh Life Podcast, to share a story of how I've seen God's redemption in my life. God redeemed motherhood for me! Through getting pregnant unexpectedly, not trusting God, battling crippling fear, and postpartum depression God continued to be faithful. He sustained me and revived my soul through His living and active Word. So sweet to remember back on His sweet faithfulness. Praying this episode reminds you to look back and remember the ways God has been faithful. ____________________________________Subscribe to my emails and Monthlyish Newsletter here!Join my bookclub here!mackandbenj.comLET'S CONNECT: firstname.lastname@example.org____________________________________From the episode:#SA65Bookclub Book of the Month for December: Through Gates of Splendor by Elisabeth ElliotBible Recap Book The Daily Grace Co. Bible Studies + MoreThings I Love on Amazon
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! This podcast is a WINTER re-release. Thank you for listening to this podcast during the 2022 year. I look forward to 2023 Over the years, I've thought a lot about the Savior and the experiences he had while on this earth. During this episode, I go through several examples from the scriptures of different challenges, trials and difficulties that we experience and how the Savior understand everything that we feel and has experienced it himself. He is going to succor us and comfort us in our time of need. Trust that he understands your feelings, thoughts and challenges. “There is no sin, no guilt, no shame, no fear, no loneliness, no heartache, no loss, no depression, no sadness, no terror, no pain, no challenge, no weakness that Jesus has not experienced and overcome. He has all power over all things. If you turn to Christ and repent of your sins, He will forgive you and cleanse you and change your heart. This is the redeeming power of the Atonement. If you turn to Christ when you face challenges and need capacity beyond your own, He can strengthen you and magnify your capacity. This is the strengthening power of the Atonement.” (Elder Kim Clark, “The Redeeming and Strengthening Power of the Savior's Atonement”, April 2016 Ensign, Italics added by me) bethnewellcoaching.com email@example.com
Ephesians 5:15-17 says: "15 See then that ye walk circumspectly, not as fools, but as wise, 16 Redeeming the time, because the days are evil. 17 Wherefore be ye not unwise, but understanding what the will of the Lord is."Thomas shares some encouragement from his study in Ephesians. In wicked times it is imperative that God's people live carefully in the wisdom that comes from above. Join the conversation on our Facebook page.Email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgMusic:Inspiring Advertising by Rafael KruxLink: https://filmmusic.io/song/5515-inspiring-advertising-License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
David Gornoski and Surit Dasgupta talk about the Leftist attack on Elon Musk; the futility of being stuck in a circle of fixation and hate; the tearing down of confederate statues; why localism is great as opposed to globalism; and how Jesus redeems the past and makes the future the focus of our attention and dreams. Visit A Neighbor's Choice website at aneighborschoice.com
Episode 51Malachi | December 12-18 | “I Have Loved You, Saith the Lord”Love is a Verb AngelsPres. Kimball's Scriptures #OldTestament2022 #comefollowme #comefollowme2022 #TalkofHim #FindHimJoin hosts Ganel-Lyn Condie and John Fossum as they discuss impactful topics from this week's Come, Follow Me lesson covering the book of Malachi. Explore these important themes, topics, and questions: Love and its manifestations through action How are we reciprocating God's love? How does He view our relationship with him? Ancestors as our angels The end of the prophets (Pres. Kimball's scriptures)Staying in gratitude Why we have so much to look forward to—Invitation: [THIS IS THE LAST INVITATION FOR THE OLD TESTAMENT!] As we've studied the Old Testament together this year, in the spirit of CFM to discover for yourself, what has God taught you through the Holy Ghost about His character and His Plan of Happiness? — Quotes & Links: Link to Come, Follow Me Through the Old Testament Book:https://www.seagullbook.com/real-talk-real-life-scripture-journal-old-testament.html Link to Ganel-Lyn's cardigan from Sweet Salt Clothing: https://www.sweetsaltclothing.com/long_chunky_knit_cardigan_top_tan.html “God does notice us, and he watches over us. But it is usually through another person that he meets our needs” (Spencer W. Kimball, “Small Acts of Service,” Ensign, Dec. 1974). “I have tasted enough of the fruits of this sublime work to know that the keys Elijah restored to Joseph Smith permit our hearts to be bound and each of us linked to those of our ancestors who are waiting for our help. Through our efforts in holy temples here on earth using the authority delegated by the Savior, our progenitors receive the saving ordinances that allow them to enjoy eternal happiness” (Richard G. Scott, “The Joy of Redeeming the Dead,” Ensign or Liahona, Nov. 2012).—Talk of Him is presented by Seagull Book and hosted by Ganel-Lyn Condie and John Fossum.