The nature of satanic spirits. People often make error of believing satan is a caricatured being with red horns and a pitchfork. Satan is much more than that, he is powerful. In this episode Pastor Waid discusses some characteristics of satan and his demons. What You Will Hear What satanic spirits are and are not How they communicate What they can do and their supernatural strength Activities and proof of their presence Preview: Planning our defense Scriptures Eph 6:12; Judges 9:23; 1st Kings 22:22-24; Mark 5:1-18; Acts 19:15-16; Mark 5:6-7; Matt 8:29; Acts 19:15; 1st Cor 10:20-21; 1st Tim 4:1; Matt 8:28-31; Matt 12:43-45; Rev 16:13-14; Mark 5:1-18; James 2:19; Mark 5:7-12; 1st Samuel 28:3-9; Matt 8:29; Acts 19:13-15; Matt 9:32-33; Eph 6:11; Matt 12:22; 1st Samuel 1:7-8; Matt 15:22; 1st Chron 21:1; Psalms 106:36-38; Matt 17:15; 1st Kings 22:53; Mark 9:20; John 8:44; James 3:15-16; Deut 32:17;1st Tim 4:1-2; Matt 4:23-24; Matt 15:22; 1 John 4:1-6;1 Kings 22:21-24; Luke 11:26; 2 Tim 1:7;1 John 2:15-17; Rom 8:15; Prov 6:16-19; Mark 9:22; John13:2; Acts 10:38; Rev 2:10; 1 Sam 19:1-11; 1 Sam 18:8-10; John10:10; John 6:10-18 Mentioned Uncommon Gospel Network Flow Therapy Morning Show w/ Cocoa B and Frank Nitti Facebook, IG, Twitter @realpastorwaid Alex Teamer aka ATEAM Pastor Warren Campbell Lena Byrd Miles Shannon Jackson Shay-J Entertainment House of Noho Julian Payne I AM Music Group --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thisistheday-pastorwaid/support
Professor Alan's Comic Book Reading Journal #078November 2021So what comics did Professor Alan read during November, as the weather turned colder? How many were from new books right off the shelf? And how many celebrated #WarComicsMonth? Listen to the episode AND FIND OUT!!! Click on the player below to listen to the episode: Right-click to download episode directlyYou may also subscribe to the podcast through iTunes or the RSS Feed. Promo: Dorkness to LightNext Episode: What comics did Professor Alan read during December? Listen to the next episode, which will include the annual "year in review" discussion. That should be out on New Years' Eve.Send e-mail feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org"Like" us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/relativelygeeky You can follow the network Twitter @Relatively_Geek or the host @ProfessorAlan
Rom 10:9-18 Father thinks we need to look at the Jewish liturgy to understand this passage. Why? Father explains. Mass Hysteria: Father talks about why we use bread at mass Letters: Father discusses the differences between High Mass and Low Mass in the extraordinary form. Father discusses the merits of the saints Letter asking about […]
Have you ever heard someone say they just wish things would get back to "normal?" Is normal really the goal or does the Word have a different pursuit for us? Today Amy looks at how the Word encourages us strive for Jesus and not "normal." References: Phil 4:12-13; Job 35:10; Psalm 115:3; I Chronicles 29:11-12; Col 1:29; 2 Cor 11:30; Heb 12:1-3 AMP/ESV; Jer 29:4-7,11-14a; 2 Timothy 4:7; I Cor 10:31; Prov 3:5-6 NIV; Job 42:2; Prov. 16:9; Prov 19:21; Rom 8:28; Is. 41:10; Phil 3:13-14
Not only is one of our priorities to help people escape the coming 7-year tribulation, we also want believers to grow in their sanctification. All believers are going to stand before the judgment seat of Christ after the pre-tribulational rapture (2 Cor 5:10; Rom 14:10). We want it to go well and for each person to be called a "good and faithful servant." If you want to be challenged and to grow in your walk and be equipped to succeed in temptation, doing a study on the Screwtape Letters will help you more than you can imagine. Our co-host, Mondo Gonzales, has written the most extensive and user-friendly study guide ever published. He was interviewed recently in a podcast and we thought we would share it with you.
The Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed (All Souls) Wis 3:1-9 Ps 23:1-3a, 3b-4, 5, 6 Rom 6:3-9 Jn 6:37-40
2 Tim. 2:1-13; Rom 5:1-2; Col. 2:20. We don't have to live as Christians in unbelief. We can trust God in all situations, and have settled peace which is ours! Please listen to part one for a better understanding.
Cross TrainingLead Like the Good ShepherdRead or WatchHave you ever thought about the difference between cowboys and shepherds? Both have a herd to move, but while cowboys "drive" cattle, shepherds "lead" their sheep. Both stay alert to dangers, but shepherds know their sheep in a way cowboys don't. The cowboy prods and hollers at cattle, while the shepherd's rod and staff bring comfort (Ps. 23:4). No wonder God describes himself as a shepherd!We're Cross Training to develop our leadership, one of twelve marks of the Master we're working on this year. Leadership comes when we follow Jesus, live with meekness, let our lights shine, and shepherd those around us. So why is shepherding the Bible's defining picture of leadership?What You Need to KnowGod has long promised his people wise and compassionate leadership. Through Jeremiah, God said, "I will give you shepherds after my own heart, who will feed you with knowledge and understanding" (Jer. 3:15). He rebuked "the shepherds who destroy and scatter the sheep of my pasture" (Jer. 23:1). He declared: "I will set shepherds over them who will care for them, and they shall fear no more, nor be dismayed, neither shall any be missing, declares the Lord" (Jer. 23:4). And his promise finds fulfillment today, first in Christ (Micah 5:4-5; Matt. 2:6), and then in the shepherds Christ gives his church (Eph. 4:11-12). These men must meet specific qualifications (1 Tim. 3:1-7; Titus 1:5-9) as "shepherds" (1 Peter 5:2), also called "elders" (Acts 20:17) or "overseers" (Acts 20:28). As leaders, they keep "watch over your souls, as those who will have to give an account" (Heb. 13:17). But though you may not be a shepherd over God's church, chances are, someone in your life looks to you as a leader. And maybe shepherds have something to teach all of us about leading!What You Need to DoTake your leadership cues from Jesus — "the chief shepherd" (1 Peter 5:4), who exemplifies perfect leadership. If we want to lead well, we need to learn the attributes of "the good shepherd" (John 10:11). A shepherd must stay watchful and protect the flock (Acts 20:28). Shepherding requires both firmness and tenderness, both the rod that defends and the staff that corrects (Ps. 23:4). A good shepherd risks his life to fight off wolves (John 10:12) and to go find the wandering sheep (Matt. 18:12-14). Are you ready to serve those you lead with that kind of fierceness, gentleness, and commitment?Embrace opportunities to mentor when they present themselves. Whatever your roles and relationships, it's likely you have people looking to you for guidance. You may have a chance to provide an example, a listening ear, and a discerning counselor to co-workers at work. Parents shepherd their children into the way of the Lord, bringing his instruction into each aspect of our daily home life. Not only does God say to place his words "on your heart" (Deut. 6:6), but "you shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, and when you walk by the way, and when you lie down, and when you rise" (Deut. 6:7). Older women can give younger women perspective, training, and encouragement (Titus 2:3-5). And the counsel of older men can offer invaluable insight to young men (1 Kings 12:6-19). Invest in other Christians, seeking to influence one another and grow together. "Two are better than one, because they have a good reward for their toil. For if they fall, one will lift up his fellow*" (Eccl. 4:9-10). God wants us to support and strengthen one another, investing both our love and our wisdom. Two people of character can improve each other like "iron sharpens iron" (Prov. 27:17). God has made his people "full of goodness, filled with all knowledge and able to instruct one another" (Rom. 15:14). The truth is, we all can benefit from "an abundance of counselors" (Prov. 11:14), and a wise person seeks out and "listens to advice" (Prov. 12:15). What a gift to find yourself surrounded by friends who can help make you better!Through the WeekRead (Mon) — John 10:1-18; Ps. 23:1-6; 1 Peter 5:1-14; Ezek. 34:1-10; 1 Sam. 17:32-37Reflect (Tue) — Does "shepherding" describe my leadership style?Request (Wed) — "Holy Father, teach me to care for others the way you care for me" (cf. Ps. 23).Respond (Thu) — Touch base with someone who looks up to you, offering them encouragement.Reach Out (Fri) — What moments have shown you how difficult and worthwhile shepherding can be?Support the Show
INTRODUCTION As we prepare to celebrate Christmas, we will spend the next four Sundays looking at four prophecies of the coming hope of Israel from an unlikely source: Balaam, the scoundrel prophet of Israel. Despite the circumstances, these are some of the greatest benedictions of Scripture describing God's determination to bless Israel through the coming Messiah and in Him, all the nations of the earth. THE TEXT “The Balaam said to Balak, ‘Build seven altars for me here, and prepare seven bulls and seven rams for me here…'” (Num. 23:1-13) SUMMARY OF THE TEXT The backdrop to these verses is famous: Balak King of Moab hired Balaam to curse Israel apparently because he intended to go to war with them (cf. Josh. 24:9). On the way, the Lord's angel confronted him, but only his donkey could see the angel. After beating and threatening the donkey, the Lord opened the donkey's mouth, and he spoke and then Balaam's eyes were opened to see the angel. Having been severely warned by God, Balaam arrives and instructs Balak to set up an elaborate set of altars and offerings, and speaks this “parable” saying that Balak has called him to curse Israel (23:1-7). But Balaam asks how he can possibly curse whom God has not cursed, and how can he denounce whom God has not denounced (23:8)? Therefore, out comes a great blessing: Israel is a great and mighty nation that can be seen from the tops of the rocky crags of mountains, and Israel is famous among the nations – well known, unique, and not mistaken for any other nation (23:9). Israel is very numerous – who can count the dust of Jacob? Who can even number a portion of the dust of Israel (23:10)? Finally, Balaam insists that Israel is righteous and upright, and so blessed, that there could be no better death than to die among them: let my end be like his (23:10). A PROVERB IN THE MOUTH OF THE KING The word translated “parable” or “discourse” is the word for “proverb.” And while this word can sometimes refer to a “byword,” a sort of cautionary tale, clearly something more “proverbial” is going on here: there is deep kingly wisdom at work here. But it isn't Balak or Balaam. Notice the layers of irony: Why in the world would a pagan king hire an Israelite prophet to curse Israel? Apparently Balak knows that Israel has the upperhand and he wants that mojo. Balaam would apparently be willing to curse, and yet all that can come out is a blessing on Israel (four times). Add to this the fact that Israel is not really in great shape. Remember the unbelieving spies and all the complaining in the wilderness (Num. 13-14), and even though Balaam couldn't curse Israel, he was involved in the relatively successful plot to seduce the Israelite men with Moabite women (Num. 25, 31:16). This is all high octane providence, which is just another way of saying God is King over all. Sometimes people object to the doctrine of providence because they think that God will be harsh, unfair, or petty, but this story illustrates God's abundant patience, overwhelming kindness, and amazing sense of humor. Left to ourselves, we seek and deserve cursing, but God the Wisest King works all things according to His counsel because He is determined to bless (Eph. 1:11). Balaam is hired to pronounced curses, but the only thing that can come out is blessing: “How shall I curse, whom God hath not cursed? Or who shall I defy, whom the Lord has not defied?” (23:8). And so it is in all things in this world: Joseph: “As for you, you meant evil against me, but God meant it for good in order to bring about this present result, to preserve many people alive” (Gen. 50:20). “And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to His purpose” (Rom. 8:28). This same providence was at work in a Roman census that sent a young couple to Bethlehem, and an evil king's plot to kill a young child (Mt. 2, Lk. 2). The center of this doctrine of providence is the Cross itself: “Him [Jesus], being delivered up by the determinate counsel and foreknowledge of God, yet by the hand of lawless men did crucify and slay” (Acts 2:23). God is King, and this world is His proverb. THE DEATH OF THE UPRIGHT The final benediction of this first prophecy is really striking. One suspects layers of irony here as well. Many of the Israelites will be dying shortly after they fall into sin, and Balaam will die in battle (Num. 31:8). But the straightforward meaning of the blessing is that there is no better way to die than being among the tribes of Israel. Death is a curse (Gen. 3:19), and death is an enemy (1 Cor. 15:25-26). And yet, the Bible also says that when a man puts on immortality, then shall be brought to pass the saying, ‘Death is swallowed up in victory' (1 Cor. 15:54). Balaam's blessing is that all would die the “death up the upright,” that all might have his end (Num. 23:10). This is Jesus, the seed of the woman, the descendant of Eve, the seed of Abraham, who came to crush the seed of the serpent (Gen. 3:15). Jesus is the upright one, the Righteous One, and in His death, He crushed the head of the serpent, the devil. He destroyed his power by taking all the accusations he could bring against us and they were nailed to His cross, taking away the fear of death (Col. 2:14, Heb. 2:14). The death of the Upright Man took away the sting of death (the law and our guilt) so that it is only “sleep” for those in Him. CONCLUSION: TAKING UP HIS CROSSES The call to follow Jesus is the call to take up His cross. He calls us to die, but if we can see that summons from the tops of the mountains where Balaam prophesied, we can see that call to die with Him as the greatest honor, the greatest blessing. Jesus was born to die, so that we might die with Him, so that we might rise with Him. It has been said that everyone wants to save the world, but no one wants to help mom do the dishes, which is just to say, the really hard part is choosing the right death. “Everyone dies, not everyone truly lives” is just another way of saying not everyone chooses the right death. You can lay your life down by helping with the dishes; you might also need to lay your life down to lead your family in cheerfully doing the chores. Your car might need fixing, but so might your five year old's heart. You may be burdened with many cares, but have you considered that your cross may be to lay them down? This death is a blessing. Maybe not easy, but it's always good. Fundamentally the right death is the obedient death. Many of these deaths are straightforward (repent), but when it gets really gnarly, trust Christ our wise King who knows how to turn all things for our good. This is His story, and He knows the way out of every grave.
What wonderful ways is God moving in Africa? Join guest speaker, Rabbi Alex Yelanga of Zambia Messianic Fellowship, as he shares with us incredible stories from doing ministry in Africa and reminds us of God's promises that will certainly uplift and empower you. You do not want to miss it! https://www.bible.com/bible/314/jhn.14.1 (John 14.1); https://www.bible.com/bible/314/mrk.13.7 (Mark 13.7); https://www.bible.com/bible/314/2ti.1.7 (2 Tim. 1.7); https://www.bible.com/bible/314/rom.8.28 (Rom. 8.28); https://www.bible.com/bible/314/mat.5.16 (Matt. 5.16); https://www.bible.com/bible/314/rom.10.17 (Rom. 10.17); https://www.bible.com/bible/314/heb.13.5 (Heb. 13.5); https://www.bible.com/bible/314/jhn.14.27 (John 14:27); https://www.bible.com/bible/314/php.1.6 (Phil. 1.6) http://www.bethhallel.org/CMS/programs/prayer/prayer-requests/ (Prayer Requests) or send an email to email@example.com http://www.bethhallel.org/CMS/ (CBH Website) https://www.paypal.com/donate/?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=FBVL4JZH8HVS4&fbclid=IwAR2MB7yq6Zkq-ZNvwnw8Yz6z0crcMmGPpKhqIDD4w3sr5fXDBE0qOr1C5cM (Donate) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7EfRTmLFyvapAVb7q64PoA (YouTube Channel) Support this podcast
Today Kami, Jess and Rachel are here to talk about the new sequel The Nine Kittens of Christmas Follow Kami on twitter https://twitter.com/kamidramagirl Follow Jess on twitter https://twitter.com/jessbswblog For our breakdown of the The Nine Lives of Christmas with the Rom-com Gents https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqQ8CzLrhqU Send us your feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org or the twitter call +1 (801) 855-6407 Check out the merch store and get our #hashtag shirts! https://www.teepublic.com/stores/hallmarkies?utm_campaign=Hallmarkies&utm_medium=8581&utm_source=affiliate Please support the podcast on patreon at https://www.patreon.com/hallmarkies Follow us on ITunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/hallmarkies-podcast/id1296728288?mt=2 https://twitter.com/HallmarkiesPod on twitter @HallmarkiesPodcast on Instagram Check out our website HallmarkiesPodcast.com Follow Rachel's blog at http://rachelsreviews.net Follow Rachel on twitter twitter.com/rachel_reviews Follow Rachel's Reviews on youtube https://www.youtube.com/c/rachelsreviews Follow Rachel on facebook www.facebook.com/smilingldsgirl Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Boys are back this week reviewing HBO's hit series "Succession" episode 6 entitled "What It Take". In this Succession Session past predictions are validated, we learn what true American wealth and power can get you. Rom is moving up and the power rankings, and Kendall is a desperate man. Listen to see what the guys thin about the latest episode this season.
The Boys are back this week reviewing HBO's hit series "Succession" episode 6 entitled "What It Take". In this Succession Session past predictions are validated, we learn what true American wealth and power can get you. Rom is moving up and the power rankings, and Kendall is a desperate man. Listen to see what the guys thin about the latest episode this season.
Pe 25 noiembrie 2021, România s-a întors în timp. După șapte decenii are din nou un general prim-ministru. Pe Nicolae Ciucă îl știm de acum. E la a doua desemnare, căci, în ciuda anomaliei de a avea un general șef de guvern pe timp de pace, indignarea societății n-a fost atât de mare cât să-i schimbe președintelui Klaus Iohannis opțiunea. Dar, în spatele generalului, se aliniază în acest guvern politicieni care au stârnit - și nu demult - valuri imense de indignare, în stradă. Acum, și ei au depus jurământul. De peste 20 de ani cu ochii pe politică și pe societate, jurnalistul Liviu Avram, redactor-șef adjunct la „Adevărul”, explică în acest episod „On the Record” cum a ajuns toată puterea din România în mâna unei coaliții în care PNL și PSD stau la aceeași masă, dar și cum mocnește, în plan secund, furia electoratului mințit. On the Record este un podcast săptămânal produs de Recorder și susținut de Banca Transilvania. Partener: Aqua Carpatica.
It's Time to Possess // Pastor Dominick Butler Renewing the Mind Part I 1) Consecrate 2) Consistency 3) Conquer The most important responsibility of a believer is the daily renewal of the mind. Renewing the mind in the Word of God and intimate prayer. Through the life of Joshua we discover the vitality of meditating on God's Word to possess all God has for us. The Promise Land was conquered through mediating on the promise. Rom 12:2 & Joshua 1:1-9 For More info on Gold Street Garden visit; https://linktr.ee/goldstreetgarden
Today's episode begins with a reminder about the current Black Friday Sale for the MASS Research Review, which ends November 29. After that, Greg and Eric share updates regarding their dueling Road to the Stage and Road to Athens segments. Next, Greg delivers the Feats of Strength segment, which features a legend in the world of iron sports. After that, Greg and Eric discuss some of their favorite MASS articles from the past year or so, with topics including p-ratios, plant-based protein, carbs for lifters, effects of diet on testosterone, emerging supplements, partial-ROM training, the interference effect (concurrent training), and muscle damage. Finally, Eric answers some listener questions about soy protein and intra-workout carbohydrate, then closes out the show by recommending some focus-enhancing music to play while you work. SUPPORT THE PODCASTMASSCheck out a free issue of the MASS Research Review.If you're interested in taking advantage of our MASS Black Friday sale (November 22 - November 29), you can learn more and subscribe here.MacroFactorIf you want to learn more about our MacroFactor diet app, check it out here.To join in on the MacroFactor conversation, check out our Facebook group and subreddit.Stronger By ScienceIf you'd like to receive our Research Spotlight emails, please sign up for our email list.To join in on the SBS conversation, check out our Facebook group and subreddit.Finally, next time you stock up on supplements from BulkSupplements.com, be sure to use the promo code “SBSPOD” (all caps) to get 5% off your entire order. TIME STAMPSIntro/Announcements (0:00)Link to learn more and subscribe to MASSRoad to the Stage (4:45)Road to Athens (12:19)Feats of Strength (19:50)Bev FrancisMASS Research Roundup (27:59)Best of MASS issueEric's study roundup (p-ratios, plant-based protein, carbs for lifters, effects of diet on testosterone, emerging supplements) (29:42)Key links:https://www.strongerbyscience.com/p-ratios/https://www.strongerbyscience.com/p-ratios-rebuttal/https://www.strongerbyscience.com/p-ratios-rebuttal-2/https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33172506/https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33599941/https://www.strongerbyscience.com/glycogen-depletion/https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33741447/https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28682933https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31800470https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34666412/https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34154603/https://www.strongerbyscience.com/betaine/Partial Range of Motion Training Might Increase Muscle Growth (If You Do the Right Type of Partials) (57:55)Partial Range of Motion Training Elicits Favorable Improvements in Muscular Adaptations When Carried Out at Long Muscle Lengths. Pedrosa et al. (2021)Elbow Joint Angles in Elbow Flexor Unilateral Resistance Exercise Training Determine Its Effects on Muscle Strength and Thickness of Trained and Non-trained Arms. Sato et al. (2021)Does the Interference Effect Get Larger as Training Status Increases? (1:19:27)Development of Maximal Dynamic Strength During Concurrent Resistance and Endurance Training in Untrained, Moderately Trained, and Trained Individuals: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. Petré et al. (2021)Does Eccentric Training Always Cause More Muscle Damage? (1:32:33)Eccentric Exercise Per Se Does Not Affect Muscle Damage Biomarkers: Early and Late Phase Adaptations. Margaritelis et al. (2020)Q&A (1:52:38)Any concerns regarding upper limits for soy intake? (1:52:45)Links:https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30042516/https://examine.com/nutrition/is-soy-good-or-bad/https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33599941/On the topic of intra-workout carbohydrate beverages: are fancy carb sources actually better, or would a traditional sports beverage be equally effective? (2:02:18)Links:https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26373645/Recommendations for carb intake during exerciseTo Play Us Out: Focus-Enhancing Music (2:12:35)https://open.spotify.com/artist/7DWL1f2n0bdG747Hb1SUrC
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This week Darren and Mo spend time discussing Romans 8:5, and what it means to have our minds set on the flesh vs. the Spirit. From time spent ‘doom scrolling', binging Netflix, or being consumed by the news and politics…to creating habits and a lifestyle that meditates on the Word of God and being led by the Holy Spirit inside of us (Phil. 4:8, Rom. 8:11, Ps. 19:14).
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We're talking… camouflage fashion, dealing with unruly pupils, sixth form proms, Tom's calamitous time in the Scouts, an embarrassing fall for Rom and Mustaffa the lion. Then a few of your emails, this week about a revelatory hack to reduce phone use, advice on helping out a nephew and comparing morning routines.For any feedback, questions or comments please email us at email@example.com - we'd love to hear from you. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Visual used in the podcast: Miracle story of the woman who bleed Mark 5:25 ("Your faith made you well."Romans 10:9-10, Ephesians 2:8-10, Acts 4:12Ephesians 1:13-14John 17:15-17From FMU Church website:SALVATIONSalvation is being saved from the righteous judgment of God upon the sinner. Salvation is obtained by grace alone, through faith alone, in the work of Christ alone (John 3:16) and not by our good works (Rom. 3:28; 4:1-5; 5:1; Eph. 2:8-9; Gal. 3:1-4; Matt. 7:22-23). We are chosen for salvation by God (2 Thess. 2:13) and cannot lose our salvation.JUSTIFICATION BY GRACE THROUGH FAITH ALONEJustification is being declared legally righteous by God (Rom. 4:5; 5:1; Phil. 3:9). This justification is obtained by faith alone (Rom. 4:5) in Christ alone (Acts 4:12). It is based on the work of Christ, who fulfilled the Law in his earthly ministry (1 Pet. 2:22), where he bore our sins in his body on the cross (1 Pet. 2:24). He canceled the sin debt by his sacrifice on the cross (Col. 2:14). This justification is received by faith without any ceremony, without baptism (Rom. 4:1-6), and without any works of the Law (Rom. 3:28; Gal. 2:21). Our justification is a gift from God (Rom. 3:24).SANCTIFICATIONSanctification is the process by which the Holy Spirit makes us more like Christ in all that we do, think, and desire. Our sanctification increases our ability to repent from and resist sin, which is accomplished by God's grace (1 Thess. 4:7; Eph. 2:10; 1 Tim. 4:4; 1 Pet. 3:15; 2 Tim. 2:25). This process continues all of the Christian's life and is the result of salvation, not a cause of it, nor a contributing factor to it. Furthermore, the effort of sanctification does not maintain the believer's salvation.
This week the Rom Com Rewind Podcast rewatch the 2009 classic Ghosts of Girlfriends Past. Is this Matthew McConaughey at his MOST McConaughey? What even happened to Jennifer Garner!?? Some guy once hit on Sarah by saying Drake lyrics. Devin asked a Bridesmaid if she wanted to "make a bad decision tonight." We talk about a lot this episode. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
70% dintre români nu au bani puși deoparte sau economiile lor înseamnă un salariu pus deoparte. ”Banii puși deoparte înseamnă viață pusă deoparte” spune coach-ul financiar și trainerul Cornel Ionescu, invitatul lui Mihai Morar. Să-ți planifici bugetul înseamnă să-ți planifici viața.Economisirea banilor este o formă de iubire de sine și un mod prin care îți poți cumpăra siguranță, liniște și chiar… viață. Acest episod, realizat în parteneriat cu platforma banometru.ro, este ”un Manual de Fitness Financiar”, cum l-a descris Mihai. Nouă, românilor, „nu ne lipsește educația financiară, ci aplicarea principiilor pe care le cunoaștem” spune Cornel, cel care alături de alți traineri financiari a fondat Banometru, unul dinunul dintre cele mai cunoscute și apreciate programe gratuite de educație financiară din România. Nu există o metodă universal valabilă de economisire a banilor, dar o poți găsi și, mai ales, pune în aplicare pe termen lung pe cea potrivită pentru tine.Creditele bancare nu sunt neapărat pozitive sau negative.Credințele și proverbele despre bani ne sabotează de foarte multe ori. În realitate, poți și să economisești, dar și să te bucuri de viață.Armonia vieții tale financiare depinde de tine.Viața ta financiară se construiește cu responsabilitate și e în mâinile tale. Ți-am atras atenția? Acestea sunt doar câteva dintre ideile și principiile fundamentale și, mai ales, aplicabile pe care le poți aprofunda urmărind podcastul Fain & Simplu. Dă play și pregătește-te pentru un antrenament financiar care s-ar putea să te ajute să-ți schimbi viața! Dacă vrei să continui antrenamentul financiar sau vrei să apelezi la Coaching-ul gratuit, partenerii de la Banometru pot fi găsiți aici: SITE GENERAL: https://banometru.ro/?utm_source=smed&utm_medium=onl&utm_campaign=mm COACHING: https://banometru.ro/inregistrare-utilizator-nou-pasul-1/coaching?utm_source=smed&utm_medium=onl&utm_campaign=mm CONT PENTRU ACCES CURS ONLINE:https://banometru.ro/inregistrare-utilizator-nou-pasul-1?utm_source=smed&utm_medium=onl&utm_campaign=mm
BMBB store - https://stores.bjscustomcreations.com/better-men_better-ballplayers/shop/home Bio Director of S&C at Absolute Sports Performance (2018 when opened) Loyola Blakefield Baseball S&C coach CCBC Dundalk Baseball S&C Personal training background, even since HS - graduated HS with certified personal trainer CSCS certified - Notes Younger the person the easier it is to recover Train, recover, and compete in the sport 48-72 hours recover before next competition Communication for best program about what the week looks like, days off we take advantage for work Athletes will typically be sore from increase volumeCan handle high weight less reps with not too much soreness Eccentric lower part of the lift provides from soreness than concentricRDL (eccentric) vs Hip thrust (more concentric) Limiting range of motion - back squat - using box with limit range of motion The best overall strategy to mitigate soreness is to consistently trainBowling analogy - if you just go once in a while you will be sore Stay in the weightroom Be able to adjust your plan, based on life! Have to be flexible Online, remote programming options Have separated season Under-development or over stress Have a system in place for different levels of movements and commitmentTierFoundations of movement - squat, hinge, push, and pullIf we do not have these movements we can't move on Accumulation block - build up so we can build Higher reps Strength block - maximal output Power and speed Peak with power and speed as we enter the season During season we are maintaining strength and power/speed blocksSprint work, plyo work, strength work Above 80-85% Rating of perceived exertion (RPE) - finding a weight to find a pretty good gaugeEssentially finding his 3 rep max Rated 1-10; 1 - dynamic warmup, 2-5 very light weight, 6 - 4 or 5 left, 7 - 3 reps, 8 - 2 reps, 9 - 1 rep, 10 - max The real coaching comes into managing work loads and intensity Plan for the things you can plan for You need an assessment but it needs to make sense for you! Do not just copy and paste from big programs Take pieces of assessments that will actually help and you can use and know 10 different movements Performance test with Hinge, Jump, sprints Ncaa has data that you can compare with your data to see what average athlete can do What does the average of this team really need? What are the most lacking?Build around that weakness During phase 1 individual attention for specific patterns How you cue (verbal talk) and prescribe weight to each athlete is the best way to individualize Have a reprotirs of cues and rotate through each as best you can for each kid Re establish the foundation and based on the assessment determines how long we need to focus on the movements Weights and intensity can help determine the individualization Individualizing the weight and intensity is best way to see results in team RPE helps the player determine the best weight for them (become their best coach): automates the process As a coach you need to be there and talk to see if we need to increase or decrease weight. Be there, be honest! Bar speed, velocity based training, which correlates bar speed to intensity Assessing athletes every single day: RPE, movements, moving weight, soreness Program set weeks we will deload 3 weeks strong (RPE increase each week), 1 week deload (week 1 RPE) Checking with your athletes each day to gauge intensity - check numbers and communicate and adapt plan Track as much as you canAssessment you can handle - pick what you think is important to get baseline, and assess them periodically Record weights and have a training card that has a long term plan - write weights and sets Foundational movements are still foundational even with arm care Arm care (accessory work, you have to strong in the foundational movements to support your arm) Rotator cuff strengthening - j bands, Scap strengthening - good ROM and stability!Landmine presses Full ROM on rows Timing - up tosses, med ball drops, shoulder tube, tramp work Whatever you are assessing it should matter for the sportLateral jump - single leg force production is important for baseballSplit squat, lateral lunge, Rate of force production and velocity Pre and post activity questionnaire - sleep, soreness, stress, perception of lift, @hashsportsperformance on Twitter and Instagram www.absolutesportsperformanceMD.com
Never a quiet weekend in LaLiga and Matchday 14 was no different. As we welcomed a new manager into the fray, another one departs us and hosts Sam Leveridge (@samleveridge) and Ruairidh Barlow (@RuriBarlow) were on hand to break it all down.Beginning with the debut, the pod went straight to Camp Nou to get the thoughts of Román de Arquer (@Aeroslavee) on Xavi Hernández's Barcelona. Above them are Real Madrid, Sevilla and Atlético Madrid - all of which go under the microscope with a view to the title race.In the second half of the show, Fran Escribá's exit takes headline billing with Keith Farnham (@Keith_678) providing the close insight. Relegation rivals Getafe got a crucial win over Cádiz and Billy Munday was at the Coliseum Alfonso Pérez to witness the demolition.Finally, it's an MVP competition dominated by midfielders, although not altogether typically Spanish ones. Moments of the week brought to you by the narrative gods. Follow @LaLigaLowdown to vote for your MVP, news, views and more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Zum aktuellen Anlass haben wir die aufgezeichnete Folge während des Forums zu Gadje-Rassismus & Antisemitismus von NDC Saar zu Gadje-Rassismus bei KI`s und Algorithmen um eine Woche verschoben um von den schockierenden Bericht von der New York Times zu berichten. Die DNA von Sinti:zze und Rom:nja wurde Jahrzehnte lang und aktuell immer noch anhand Blutproben in einer Datenbank gespeichert und allein in den letzten 30 Jahren von Deutschland und UK geforscht und experimentiert. Wir finden, dass dies die Menschenrechte verletzt und vorallem Deutschland hat in diesen Aspekt im Kontext zum NS-Regime eine große Verantwortung. Außerdem erzähle ich über die romani Sprache im Rahmen des internationalen Tag der Romani Sprache, der am 5. November gefeiert wurde.
Ayer domingo a las 7:30 de la mañana murió un gigante en la isla de Ibiza, un gigante de pensamiento que no de presencia física pues la salud la tenía ya muy ajada tras ochenta largos y fecundos años dedicados en su mayor parte a aprender, a enseñar y también, por qué no decirlo, a disfrutar a fondo y sin frenos de casi todas las cosas buenas que nos ofrece la vida. Este gigante se llamaba Antonio Escohotado y tanto este programa, que escuchaba con frecuencia, como quien lo dirige están en deuda con él. En deuda, pero no de luto porque Escohotado, simplemente “Escota” para los amigos, anunció su muerte como hacían los héroes de las tragedias griegas a las que era tan aficionado, y que tantos recursos le dieron para las dos docenas de ensayos que escribió derrochando erudición por los cuatro costados. Decía no tener miedo a morir porque todo lo que tenía que hacer ya lo había hecho. En mi humilde opinión hizo mucho más de lo que tenía que hacer. Nacido en Madrid durante los primeros años de posguerra, exprimió la vida al máximo, casi como el personaje de una novela. Pasó su infancia en Brasil donde su padre, el periodista Román Escohotado, era agregado de prensa de la embajada española. A su regreso a España se interesó por la filosofía y, especialmente, por la política. Quiso alistarse como voluntario en el Vietcong para luchar en la guerra de Vietnam contra el imperialismo estadounidense. Aquello no funcionó.Aprobó entonces una oposición para el Instituto de Crédito Oficial como analista, pero tampoco funcionó. Se centró en la filosofía y a principios de los setenta se trasladó a Ibiza para vivir en primera persona la revolución sexual. Ese Escohotado ibicenco, metido ya de lleno en la filosofía, que experimentaba con todo tipo de estupefacientes al tiempo que fundaba Amnesia, una discoteca mítica de la isla, es el que terminó de dar forma a un pensador maduro e influyente. Pero antes tuvo que pasar un año por la cárcel tras ser condenado por tráfico de drogas. La cárcel, la de Cuenca para ser más precisos, le sentó bien. Allí preparó “Historia general de las drogas”, la obra que le hizo muy conocido para el gran público. Tras ella vendría un rosario de títulos fundamentales como “Rameras y esposas”, “Retrato del libertino”, “Caos y orden” y la monumental trilogía “Los enemigos del comercio”, publicada entre 2008 y 2017 y que, en sus propias palabras, constituyó su obra cumbre, el broche final a una vida de estudio e indagación sobre el ser humano y la sociedad. Para entonces ya era un personaje convertido en leyenda, un referente necesario del pensamiento de nuestro tiempo. Deja tras de sí una familia extensa y una legión de seguidores y admiradores, muchos con edad de ser sus nietos. Su penúltima obra en vida, “Hitos del sentido. Notas sobre la Grecia arcaica y clásica” vio la luz hace poco más de un año, en septiembre de 2020. La última, una historia breve del Real Madrid, salió a la venta el miércoles pasado, cuatro días antes de su muerte. Entre medias regaló un prólogo precioso a Jano García para su libro “El rebaño”, que acaba de irrumpir en las librerías. Con Jano García vamos a hacer hoy un programa homenaje a Antonio Escohotado, maestro de ambos, y a quien siempre echaremos en falta. Bibliografía escogida de Antonio Escohotado: - "Sesenta semanas en el trópico" - https://amzn.to/3CDxNFu - "Los enemigos del comercio" - https://amzn.to/3DzDohr - "Caos y orden" - https://amzn.to/3xaSzuU - "Historia general de las drogas" - https://amzn.to/3x80j0O - "Rameras y Esposas" - https://amzn.to/3cxEmPk Puede encontrarse toda su bibliografía en La Emboscadura: https://laemboscadura.com/ Y de propina... . "El rebaño" de Jano García - https://amzn.to/3kZsJFt Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
Identity and self worth are issues that have plagued the human race since the fall. Women of scripture have wrestled with the cultural pressures of their day which discouraged them by the expectations of society's sinful and arbitrary standards. In many cases, the social norms reflected a perversion of God's law and order in a vain attempt to achieve deliverance from the curses of the fall. In Rachel and Leah's day, this included the practice of handmaid surrogacy in the case of bareness. If a woman suffered the shame of childlessness, according to the customs of the pagan nations, she may offer her servant as a concubine to her husband to birth children she could then claim as her own. This practice was implemented in Jacob's household and with it came only more anguish, jealousy, strife, and heartache. Jacob's early legacy is quite the sinful spectacle as his 2 wives and 2 concubines compete for status, resorting to all manner of desperate schemes. These disruptive beginnings, however, will serve as a stage to feature the glorious power of redemption throughout covenant history. Paul can write Rom 8:28 with authority, in part, because he has witnessed God's remarkable grace in the course of scriptural history. Jacob's testimony is a conspicuous example. Furthermore, the testimony of Rachel, acknowledging the hand of God's deliverance from the trial of bareness, will be echoed by covenant women to come -- even Elizabeth; the mother of John the Baptist. Jacob's family teaches us that if we try to deliver ourselves, we only add to our reproach, while true salvation promises according to the Word of
Welcome to Rebinge Deep Space Nine S4E7: Little Green Men. In this episode, Rom, Quark and Nog accidentally travel back in time and end up in Roswell in 1947. This is an example of Trek trying to do something funny. Do they succeed? Tune in and hear what we have to say about it.Send us your feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org.
INTRODUCTION Living as we do in insane times, we need to be reminded regularly of what we're supposed to be doing. Otherwise, it is easy to get distracted by the next kamikaze clown car that pulls into town. We have said, and we will not get tired of saying, that our central duty is to worship the Lord, centrally here in corporate worship, but the point is for that gladness and thanksgiving to pour out into our homes and work. And it's fitting that we take time periodically to make a point of that, as we do in our country for Thanksgiving. So this is a message about celebrating Thanksgiving in the presence of our enemies, Thanksgiving for insane times. Psalm 98 gives us glorious words to sing, to meditate on, to believe, and to live. THE TEXT “O sing unto the LORD a new song; for he hath done marvelous things: his right hand, and his holy arm, hath gotten him the victory…” (Ps. 98). SUMMARY OF THE TEXT This song calls out to everyone and everything to sing to the Lord a new song because God has done wonderful things right out in the open for everyone to see: the pagans and the house of Israel and all the ends of the earth have seen it (98:1-3). Not only should all the people sing, but all the earth should rejoice loudly, with strings and horns, because the Lord is King (98:4-6). Let the sea churn with loud praise and everyone on the sea and on the coastlands, and let the rivers clap their hands and the whole congregation of mountains should shout at the same time (98:7-8). All of this is “before the Lord” because He is there, and therefore He is judging the whole world in perfect justice (98:9). A NEW SONG While it is certainly fitting to write and compose new songs for praise, like Israel did on the banks of the Red Sea (Ex. 15) or when Mary did at the approaching birth of Jesus (Lk. 1), the fundamental point is that our gratitude and praise need to be new. Our hearts need to be new. This psalm is gloriously generic: “for wonders He has done.” Perhaps the psalmist is thinking of the Exodus or maybe other victories in battle or deliverances, or perhaps even creation itself. While this psalm does anticipate new acts of salvation, the emphasis is on new praise, new gratitude because God is there. A constant search for novelty often leads people away from Christ who is the same yesterday, today, and forever (Heb. 13:8). God's mercies are new every morning not because God changes in the slightest but precisely because He doesn't. New hearts sing new songs of thanksgiving because they see what's right in front of them. A PUBLIC SALVATION As we have noted, this psalm doesn't give any one particular historic moment for this call of praise, but do not miss the fact that this is a psalm of praise for past salvation in hope of ongoing and future salvation. “… his right hand, and his holy arm hath gotten him the victory. The Lord has made known his salvation…all ends of earth have seen the salvation of our God…” (Ps. 98:1-3). But then, having called everyone and everything to celebrate that, the final verse says, “Before the Lord; for he cometh to judge the earth: with righteousness shall he judge the world, and the people with equity” (98:9). This is a song of praise not for a moment where there are no dark clouds in the sky. This is a psalm of praise for when God's people need justice and vindication. Why should we sing this new song of praise? Because God has acted in the past to judge and save (98:1-3) Because He is King (98:6), and He is there (98:9) and He comes to judge the world (98:9). This is not merely the justice of the end of the world (although it includes that). The kind of salvation this psalm is celebrating and anticipating is the kind He has done before, the kind that is “openly shown” and “all the ends of the earth have seen.” THE RIVERS DO CLAP While we know that all of creation groans in eager expectation, waiting for the redemption of mankind (Rom. 8:19-23), nevertheless, all of creation has always and will always still declare the glory of God (Ps. 19:1-2). While it will one day be completely free of the curse of sin, the sea roars right now in praise of the King. The rivers clap their hands together now because Jesus is King. The mountains do shout joyfully in allegiance to their Maker. In other words, we call on the whole creation to sing with us right now, but they are singing already and the Bible says that in general, it's people who need to catch up. Creation is telling the glory of God every day, and it's people who tend to miss it, ignore it, or willfully suppress it (cf. Rom. 1:18-20). Thus, the existence of the glory and majesty and beauty and order of creation proclaims to us and the whole world that God is King: He is present and at work judging the world now. CONCLUSION If Israel could sing this song having creation, the patriarchs, the exodus, the judges, and some of the kings and prophets, how much more do we have reason to sing? We have all of that, plus the rest of the Old Testament, and the fulfillment of all those promises in Jesus: His birth, life, miracles, His teaching, His courage and compassion, His love unto death, His public trial, beatings, mockings, and crucifixion, His resurrection from the dead, ascension into Heaven, and the pouring out of His Spirit. We have the ministries and testimonies of the apostles, the early church fathers, the martyrs, the evangelists and missionaries for over two thousand years: His forgiving, saving, delivering, comforting, blessing – the wonders He has done. What do you do when the world has gone mad? What do you do when it is dark? You smile and you sing before the Lord. That means you know He's there. He's present. And if He is here, then He sees and He is judging until everything is right. The central way you know this is because He sent His only Son into the world: that was the greatest victory, the greatest salvation, His full righteousness in the sight of all the nations. He remembered His mercy and truth at that point in history as the most public display that He will never forget His mercy and truth to His people. He came in person so that we (and the whole world) might know that this is His world. So sing. No really: you have to sing. I don't care if you can't carry tune in a bucket full of holes. Neither can the mountains. Make a joyful noise. Men, sing. Sing in your homes. Sing around your table. Practice. Learn. Keep trying. God's goodness towers over the current darkness. Do not be distracted. Keep your eyes fixed on the King. And make a point to celebrate His towering goodness this week. Let your tables be filled with good things and laughter and singing before the Lord. He is King, and He comes.
Catalina la Grande es la protagonista del cronovisor esta semana. Emperatriz de Rusia, las historias de sus amoríos han ensombrecido injustamente el papel que desempeñó en la cultura, la política y la sociedad del momento. Luego nos visita Amparo Arroyo, egiptóloga, que acaba de publicar El mito de Osiris en el antiguo Egipto (Glyphos 2021). José María Sadia en una nueva entrega de El Código Románico nos habla de los marfiles. En las noticias retomamos el tema de Osiris con la excavación de la misión española en Oxirrinco. Acabamos nuestro programa con Lucas Barrera, autor de El resurreccionista (Amazon 2021). Con él descubrimos la historia de estos singulares ladrones de cadáveres del siglo XIX en Inglaterra
The importance of land begins early in the biblical narrative in Eden. This is where heaven and earth overlap. Where God dwells and walks with his priests in the garden which is sacred space. Sacred space is the place were God and humanity dwell together. With Israel the promise land, the land of Israel, was sacred space. God's temple was there, and he dwelt with his people. The temple was the new place where heaven and earth overlapped. Israel was exiled for polluting the land with their false worship and God's presence left. In Jewish thought the land is essential to their eschatology and their theology. It would be crazy to think that God is a king with no country. What is Salvation? Our idea of what salvation is plays a lot into the land. In the west our view of salvation has been based on what we are saved from. We know we are saved from Hell, sin, death, and the Devil. But what are we saved for? Many Christians believe we are saved for heaven but is this true? We are saved for the redemption of creation to image God. The narrative begins with Eden and ends with Eden. What is the purpose of Heaven? Heaven is usually understood as a transcendent realm beyond time and space. Heaven is primarily characterized by fellowship with and worship of God. The final destiny of the faithful is conceived of as an unending worship service in God's immediate presence in another world. In the Bible we see heaven as God's throne room but also as the place where his rule and reign are perfect… Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven (Lord's Prayer). We see very few mentions of going to heaven in the Bible, but it has become a huge part of Christian theology. Redemption What is our future? Life after death is not the goal… life after life after death is! Rom 8:18-25. Liberation from decay and the redemption of our BODIES is the hope we are saved for. And Why? To be the image of God bodily on earth. Creation is longing for us to be redeemed so it can be redeemed too. Jesus speaks of the regeneration when he sits on his throne. To Jews this was when God would rule on earth again. (Matt 19:28) Acts 3:21 speaks also of the restoration of all things. Colossians 1:20 talks about all things reconciled in Christ. Eph 1:10 speaks of all things being summed up in Christ. In heaven and on earth. Heaven and earth is what is mentioned in Gen 1:1 for all of the cosmic creation so that is what Paul has in view of what is redeemed. God pronounces creation “very good” Gen 1:31. Our task is to steward that creation not to escape from it to heaven (escapism is platonic and gnostic thinking). Resurrection 1 Cor 15:44-55- spiritual body is not being disembodied but being imperishable. Phil 3:20- our body will be like his. Jesus was resurrected bodily. John 5:28-29 The dead in their graves will rise The importance of the resurrection is so that the image of God can be restored to its vocation perfectly when death is defeated. Our concentration in salvation is usually being saved from going to hell but we often leave the resurrection behind. Jesus died to defeat death. Death was the result of separation from God in the garden and that is what needs to be reversed. Why?... Image of God New Heavens and New Earth- What is our destination? Rev 21:1-7. Heaven comes to earth. Koinos (renewed) is used here. Isaiah 65:17-25- Consistent with the OT. The Jews didn't have a disembodied view of being human. They believe in God restoring his Eden mission. The meek will inherit the Earth!
“Let every soul be in subjection to the governing authorities” (Rom 13:1-2). This includes tyrannical and unjust authorities. God has allowed the authority and you are to be subject to it. God puts us under the authority and we are to obey it. God will judge abusive authority. God demands you leave judgment to Him (Deut 32:35, Matt 7:1-2). Arrogance makes you want to take justice into your own hands. Momentum is hearing and keeping God's Word. You can't build a divine viewpoint unless you're being taught and learning the Word of God. “Faith comes by hearing and hearing by means of the Word of God” (Rom 10:17). Click for Full Transcript If the hotlink doesn't work copy the full link, below, and paste it into your search engine finder: https://www.dropbox.com/s/4oa9qycb7zr0bhg/525-Understanding-Your-Soul-p5-transcript.pdf?dl=0 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rick-hughes/message
THE GLORY OF GOD IN THE GOSPEL From a practical sense, it's impossible to have a relationship with God. Isa 6:1-5 What must a man do to be saved? You won't appreciate the incarnation if you don't understand that no one had seen God before Christ came. Bible texts that prove this; John 3:13, 1:18, Heb 11:13 God is transcendent - infinitely above anything & anyone. He was so unapproachable. 1Tim 6:16 In every true presentation of the Gospel, you will find 2 things; 1. The utter helplessness of man 2. The sovereign intervention of God. John 1:11-14 God was seen for the first time in the incarnation. Heb 4:15 What has changed since the incarnation? Everything! God didn't just become a man, he became God's covenant man to our own benefit. Just as Adam was God's covenant man, whatever they both did, we did. Gen 5:2, Rom 5:19 In Christ's death, we died, in his resurrection, we were raised back to life. This is the true baptism. Baptism is a spiritual operation by which we become beneficiaries of the redemptive work of Christ - the second Adam. All we need do is BELIEVE that all he did is efficacious for giving you a new life in him. Rom 5:19, Eph 1:18-20, Ps 24:7-9, Eph 2:1-6
În vreme ce în România negocierile se îndreaptă spre același nume de premier desemnat și acum o lună, Bulgaria respiră cu speranță după al treilea rând de alegeri parlamentare anticipate într-un singur an. „Continuăm Schimbarea”, un partid apărut de numai câteva luni, dar cu doi lideri charismatici școliți la Harvard, a câștigat scrutinul de duminică. Kiril Petkov și Asen Vasilev l-au învins pe Boiko Borisov, după un deceniu în care fostul premier și-a convertit în bani puterea politică, dar și după luni de proteste la care, în ciuda pandemiei, bulgarii au ieșit să-i ceară demisia. Aruncăm o privire peste graniță ca să înțelegem de ce sunt bulgarii supărați pe politicienii lor, dar și ce efecte poate avea o criză politică întinsă pe aproape un an. Jurnalistul Georgi Gotev, senior editor la Euractiv, ne traduce în românește politica bulgărească și explică de ce ultimele alegeri dau și cea mai mare speranță că, de data asta, criza va fi depășită. On the Record este un podcast săptămânal produs de Recorder și susținut de Banca Transilvania. Partener: Aqua Carpatica.
Baden war dank seiner Thermalbäder jahrhundertelang die wichtigste Tourismusdestination Europas. Jetzt öffnet das neue Thermalbad von Mario Botta. Doch diesem mussten einzigartige römische und mittelalterliche Zeitzeugen weichen. Was bleibt von dieser Vergangenheit? Eine Spurensuche im Untergrund. Ein einzigartiger Platz Dass der Kurplatz ab dem Mittelalter das Zentrum des Bäderquartiers war, weiss man dank Funden und Überlieferungen seit langem. Doch als 2020 die Sanierungsarbeiten auf dem Platz laufen, wird rasch klar: Die Geschichte dieses Ortes muss neu geschrieben werden. Die Archäologin Andrea Schaer entdeckt nicht nur römische Bäder, sondern auch einen römischen Altar und einen Inschriftenstein, dazu Grundmauern wohl einer Tempelanlage. Erstmals ist klar: Hier lag das Quellheiligtum der Römer, das Zentrum der grossen Heilthermen. Der Kurplatz ist weltweit einer der wenigen Orte, an denen über 2000 Jahre unterbruchslos Badegeschichte dokumentiert ist. Zeigen oder zudecken? Doch was machen mit den einzigartigen Funden auf dem Kurplatz? Eine Debatte beginnt. Die Geschichte sichtbar machen, wird von vielen Bürgerinnen und Bürgern gefordert. Doch die Stadt entschliesst sich für das Gegenteil: Die Funde werden wieder zugedeckt. Die Begründung: Ein Offenlegen wäre technisch wegen dem Thermalwasservorkommen kaum möglich. In die Zukunft dank der Vergangenheit Doch die Ausgrabungen eröffnen auch Chancen. Der römische Beton, aus dem die Badeanlage gebaut ist, ruft die Materialforschenden auf den Plan. Denn der Badener Beton ist anders zusammengesetzt als der bislang bekannte römische Beton. Nicht Vulkanasche wie in Rom macht ihn so dauerhaft wie heutigen Beton, sondern einheimischer Ton. Walter Caseri von der ETH hofft, mit dieser Erkenntnis einen neuartigen modernen Beton entwickeln zu können. Einen Beton, der sogar klimafreundlicher produziert werden kann. Tatsächlich gelingen erste Versuche. Bereits interessiert sich die Industrie für die «römische» Technologie. Die neue Verwendung des Thermalwassers Eine weitere nachhaltige Neuentwicklung befindet sich im Untergeschoss des Thermalbades. Eine so noch nie gebaute Anlage entzieht dem Thermalwasser seine natürliche Wärme und heizt damit das Warm- und Heizwasser, nicht nur für das Thermalbad, sondern auch für die angegliederten 38 Wohnungen und den Hotelkomplex. Das spart einen Tanklastzug Heizöl pro Woche – dank der Nutzung der natürlichen Wärme des Thermalwassers.
Every November Prematurity Awareness Month is observed, with World Prematurity Day being recognized globally on the 17th. One common reason for a preterm delivery is when a patient's water breaks before being full term (or 37+ weeks pregnant). During pregnancy, the baby resides inside a fluid-filled sac, called an amnion which contains amniotic fluid. When someone says their water has broken, they really mean the membranes of the amniotic sac have ruptured. Rupture of membranes (ROM) after 37 weeks usually happens after the onset of labor (or the start of contractions). However, when this rupture occurs before 37 weeks, this is called preterm premature rupture of membranes (PPROM), and this can cause a world of trouble. Check out this episode as Dr. Plenty lets you know how term ROM and PPROM are both handled. Also, learn about how you can reduce your risk of PPROM and preterm delivery with subsequent pregnancies. If you're pregnant or have had a preterm delivery before, make sure to download and listen to this episode. Don't forget to share with friends and family, comment, and rate! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Quarter-Bin Podcast #176 The Savage She-Hulk #5, Marvel Comics, cover-dated June 1980."Breaking Point," written by David Anthony Kraft, with art by Mike Vosburg & Chic Stone. What happens when Professor Alan heads to the West Coast to check in one of Marvel's leading ladies? Does he leave his heart in San Francisco? Or somewhere underground? And just what color should a Silver Serpent be anyway?Listen to the episode and find out!Click on the player below to listen to the episode: Right-click to download episode directly You may also subscribe to the podcast through iTunes or the RSS Feed. Promo:Cancelled Comics CalvacastNext Episode: World's Finest Comics 277, DC Comics, March 1982. Send e-mail feedback to email@example.com "Like" us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/relativelygeekyYou can follow the network on Twitter @Relatively_Geek and the host @ProfessorAlanSource:Half-Price Books
„Valoarea unui artist se vede în timp”, mărturisește unul dintre cei mai relevanți artiști din România, invitatul podcastului Fain & Simplu de azi, Ștefan Bănică Jr. Și totuși, în ce constă valoarea unui artist desăvârșit? Este dependentă exclusiv de topuri sau ține mai degrabă de autenticitate, de a fi pur și simplu tu însuți și de a reuși, astfel, să ajungi la sufletele oamenilor? Cum poate rămâne un artist relevant într-o lume în continuă schimbare? Ce rol joacă (auto)disciplina în drumul către succes? Cum poți să-ți creezi calea către succes, fără să faci vreodată vreun compromis, adică ghidându-te după valorile și principiile tale etice? Ce înseamnă să fii fiul și, totodată, colegul unuia dintre actorii emblematici ai României, Ștefan Bănică (senior)? Se transformă acest lucru într-o sursă extrem de valoroasă de inspirație sau este mai degrabă o povară imensă? Și, de fapt, cine este, dincolo de Ștefan Bănică-artistul complet, Ștefan Bănică OMUL?Cu deschidere și umorul specific, Ștefan Bănică Jr.-OMUL povestește despre toate aceste lucruri. Deși fiecare dintre noi are propriul drum către succes, fie că e vorba despre cel dintr-un domeniu artistic sau despre un altul, cu siguranță poți descoperi cel puțin câteva lecții valoroase în podcastul de azi, pe care să le folosești drept sursă de inspirație în călătoria ta.Dă play și descoperă povestea lui Ștefan Bănică Jr.-OMUL!
Brazil's biggest football club, times are good at Flamengo as they make good on the promise of a star-studded squad. But they've been here before, of course, most notably in 1981 when greats like Zico and Júnior led them to world domination. From the highs to the lows - featuring Leônidas, Petković, Adriano, Romário, Ronaldinho and so much more - this is the story of Flamengo.
We're talking… nose hair, clever dinosaurs, celebs and politics, Rom as a Crawley Councillor, chatting to supermarket staff and working on the trollies. Then after a quick James Bond review from Tom, we answer email questions on getting your teeth straightened, helping out at your kid's school and Christmas present inspiration.For any feedback, questions or comments please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org - we'd love to hear from you. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Speaker: Ron Kangas; Scripture Reading: 1 Pet. 1:8; Gal. 5:6; 3:2; Eph. 6:23; Heb. 12:2a; Rom. 5:5; 8:39; 1 John 4:8, 16; SUBJECT: MEETING GOD'S NEED AND PRESENT NEEDS IN THE LORD'S RECOVERY
Sabbath School panel discussion and insight by 3ABN pastors and teachers. This podcast episode follows 2021 quarter 4, lesson 8 of the adult Bible study guide book. This quarter's book topic is “Present Truth in Deuteronomy” and this week's Sabbath School lesson is titled “Choose Life”. Join us every week for a fresh and relevant study of the word of God. Reading: Gen. 2:8, 9; Rom. 6:23; 1 John 5:12; Deut. 30:1–20; Rom. 10:6–10; Deut. 4:19; Rev. 14:6–12Memory Text: “ ‘I call heaven and earth as witnesses today against you, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing; therefore choose life, that both you and your descendants may live' ” (Deuteronomy 30:19, NKJV).(November 13 – November 19)Sunday (Jill Morikone) - “The Tree of Life”Monday (Ryan Day) - “No Middle Ground”Tuesday (Shelley Quinn) - “Life & Good, Death & Evil, Blessings & Cursing”Wednesday (John Lomacang) - “Not Too Hard for You”Thursday (James Rafferty) - “A Question of Worship”Sabbath School Website: www.3ABNSabbathSchoolPanel.comQuestions or Comments? Email us at email@example.comDonate: https://3abn.org/donate-quick.html
For additional notes and resources check out Douglas' website."Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God" (Matthew 5:8). (1) PURITY: A constant theme in Jesus' teaching is that God looks not only at outward actions, but at what goes on inside a person.“Out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks. A good man out of the good treasury of his heart brings forth good things. But an evil man out of his evil treasury brings forth evil things.” (Matt 12:34-35).“You cleanse the outside of the cup and dish, but inside they are full of extortion and self-indulgence. Blind Pharisee, first cleanse the inside of the cup and dish, that the outside may be clean also” (Matt 23:25,26).This purity isn't physical or hygienic or even sexual—but inward:Proverbs 16:2: All a person's ways seem pure to them, but motives are weighed by the Lord.1 Cor 4:5: Therefore judge nothing before the appointed time; wait until the Lord comes. He will bring to light what is hidden in darkness and will expose the motives of the heart. At that time each will receive their praise from God.Phil 1:18: But what does it matter? The important thing is that in every way, whether from false motives or true, Christ is preached. And because of this I rejoice.There are many other passages on purity of motive:“Cleanse your hands, you sinners; and purify your hearts, you double-minded.” (James 4:8)Plus Proverbs 4:23 and many more verses. (2) SEEING GOD: If the heart is right (pure), we can see God.Wrong motives block our vision of God -- as dust in the air makes it hard to see the stars at night.Deliberate ignorance (Rom 1:18-21)Deliberate sin (Eph 4:18-19)While no one can (fully) see God, we know him through Christ (John 1:18; 14:9). This means that the pure in heart are able to experience his love, power, and other attributes.Jesus is also talking about the age to come, when we'll see God “as he is” (1 John 3:2).“Beloved, we are God's children now, and what we will be has not yet appeared; but we know that when he appears we shall be like him, for we shall see him as he is. And everyone who thus hopes in him purifies himself—as he is pure.” (1 John 3:2-3)Focus on Christ leads to transformation.ApplicationDaily time to think on Christ.Devotional timeWhen sorely temptedStop thinking of purity as an optionWithout holiness, no one will see the LordMore: CLEAN series (31 podcasts)Take special note of others whose motives seem especially pure. Imitate them. Next: Blessed are the Peacemakers
Pastor Jeremy shares Sunday in Glendive. Phil 4:6 Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God; 7 and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus. Matt 6:8 ... your Father knows the things you have need of before you ask Him. James 4:2 ... you have not because you ask not ● God does not ask us to pray, or make our request known, because He does not have that information. ● Don't let your lack of understanding be an excuse not to pray. ● This is a vocal exercise, it involves speaking. ○ This is not meditation ○ Sending good thoughts out into the universe is found in 2nd Nowhere 2:3 ○ This is not manipulation or a display of spirituality. Matt 6:10 ...Your will be done On earth as it is in heaven. ● This is our declaration of committing our lives, our decisions, our thoughts, our speech and our actions to pursuing His life, His decisions, His thoughts, His speech and His actions. ○ Jesus said in John chapter 6 “I came to do the will of the One who sent Me” ○ In John 5 Jesus says “I only do what I see My Father do” ○ In John 12 He says “I speak just as the Father has told me to speak” ● Mark 3:33-35 But He answered them, saying, “Who is My mother, or My brothers?” 34 And He looked around in a circle at those who sat about Him, and said, “Here are My mother and My brothers! 35 For whoever does the will of God is My brother and My sister and mother.” ● We have the ability TO do the will of God, or NOT do will of God. ○ 1 Thes 4:3 For this is the will of God, your sanctification: that you should abstain from sexual immorality; 4 that each of you should know how to possess his own vessel in sanctification and honor, 5 not in passion of lust, like the Gentiles who do not know God; 6 that no one should take advantage of and defraud his brother in this matter, because the Lord is the avenger of all such, as we also forewarned you and testified. 7 For God did not call us to uncleanness, but in holiness. 8 Therefore he who rejects this does not reject man, but God, who has also given us His Holy Spirit. ○ 1 Thes 5:16 Rejoice always, 17 pray without ceasing, 18 in everything give thanks; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you. ○ 2 Peter 3:9 The Lord is not slack concerning His promise, as some count slackness, but is longsuffering toward us, not willing that any should perish but that all should come to repentance. ○ 1 Tim 2:1 Therefore I exhort first of all that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks be made for all men, 2 for kings and all who are in authority, that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and reverence. 3 For this is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Savior, 4 who desires all men to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth. ● Rom 12:2 And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God. ○ The will of God is not a mystery...it is contained in His Word. ○ This is our time in prayer to speak the Word.
Habakkuk - Poetic prophet; Poetry and your brain; Gods/judges; Retaining your right to choose; China's one-child contract example; Cause/effect universe; The fat of the net; Sun's effect on the world; Spiritual vs emotional; Defending foolish ideas; Rom 1:17; Gal 3:11; Heb 10:38 - The just live by faith; Making America great; Diversity; Your primary choice; Biblical translation; Chariots of salvation; The Way of Christ; Seeing the whole truth; Hab 1: Burden of violence; Returning to paradise; Perseverance; Roman price controls; Be careful what you pray for; Kyle Rittenhouse example; People snared in captivity; Leaders of light; Fake good news; Are you living by faith?; Cities of blood; The Lord's temple = YOU; Pestilence - wantonness; Burning coals; Abhor lies; The song of Moses and the Lamb - and of Habakkuk; Believing in life; Receiving life by laying down yours; Survivalists; Sing His song.
Jan Becker lebt in L.A. Hier hat er seine eigene Firma aufgebaut und arbeitet als Kameramann für verschiedene Produktionen. Dabei hat sein persönlicher Werdegang ausreichend Material für ein eigenes Drehbuch, denn der Weg zum Erfolg war mehr als holprig.Wenn man Jan vor 30 Jahren gefragt hätte, wo er seine Zukunft sieht, dann wäre die Antwort nicht “Amerika” gewesen, sondern “als Romanautor in Paris, Rom und Berlin”. Doch als er 1992 zu einer Familienfeier nach New York City reist verliebt er sich schlagartig in die Weltmetropole. Einige Jahre später dann der erste Versuch im Land der unbegrenzten Möglichkeiten, der auf Grund mangelnder Vorbereitung direkt wieder scheitert. Seit 2001 ist Jan nun in Kalifornien, wo er zahlreiche berufliche und private Highs und Lows erlebt hat. Die Motivation zum Durchhalten und Weitermachen findet Jan in der Meditation. In der heutigen Podcast Folge sprechen Monique und Jan auch darüber, wie wichtig ein positiver Mindset für positive Entwicklung ist und wie Meditation dabei helfen kann. Seid gespannt, was Jan alles zu erzählen hat und lasst euch inspirieren!https://exalted.agency/https://www.instagram.com/janhermannbecker/https://www.instagram.com/exaltedvideoproduction/➡️ Den Muttersprache Podcast findest du u.a hier und ich freue mich sehrüber eine 5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Review von Dir:Apple: shorturl.at/asEJ2Spotify: shorturl.at/erEGXYoutube: shorturl.at/fBHY2Google: shorturl.at/istBMAmazon Music: shorturl.at/efBNWWebsite: https://www.muttersprachepodcast.com/Podcast