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Newshour
Ukraine MP: 'Invasion is madness for both Russia and Ukraine'

Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 46:08


With US Secretary of State Antony Blinken in Kyiv for talks with the Ukrainian government, a member of parliament from President Volodymyr Zelensky's Servant of the People party, Sviatoslav Yurash, tells Newshour, a Russian invasion would be 'madness' for both countries. Also in the programme: British Prime Minister continues to suffer from the partygate revelations as one of his own MPs defects to the opposition Labour party, and a former cabinet minister and close ally calls for him to go; and we speak to a local journalist in Tonga about the aftermath of the tsunami. (Photo: US Secretary of State Antony Blinken meets with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba in Kyiv, Ukraine, 19 January 2022. Credit: Alex Brandon/Pool via Reuters)

Hearts & Stripes
EP106 Marriage & Leadership with Marine Spouse Mattrice Williamson

Hearts & Stripes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 26:11


It's a new year and we are coming in strong with the Marriage & Leadership series! Over the next few weeks we will hear from our Armed Forces leaders as each shares their marriage stories, lessons learned and advice for #milmarriage. This series demonstrates that caring for our military families means that we care for our military marriages, which is a priority amongst our leaders. Lean in as we have a heart to heart to gain lessons on love, marriage and leadership with those shaping our service branches for a better tomorrow. Representing the Marine Corps we have Mattrice Williamson!   Bio: Mattrice Williamson is a Hospitality Director and Special Events Manager. She has spent nearly three decades leading, coaching, mentoring and supporting military families. Leading, learning, and legacy building is how Mattrice has chosen to journey through military life with her Marine. Mattrice's personal and professional career path has afforded her the opportunity to work and serve with several non-profit organizations. Servant leadership is a lifestyle for Mattrice as she enjoys sharing her “TAGS” (Talent, Ability, Gift, and Skills) with others. As a 27-year Marine Corps spouse and mother of three, Mattrice has had the opportunity to navigate through multiple deployments, relocations, career challenges and life changes. She has been inspired by mentors in her life to find her voice and tell her story; she encourages others to do the same. Her purpose and passion drive her to continue leading and motivating others to be ‘mission ready' for whatever life brings. Living in Purpose on Purpose is their family motto.   Top Points: - The MilMarriage Story Mattrice dated her husband to be through their college years and made the 2% club of Naval Academy couples to survive all four years. The couple met in church in the 90s and started as friends. She credits the strength of their relationship to their foundation of friendship and being great listeners. The Williamsons married in 1994. Mattrice's Top Tips For Servant Leadership in Life & Marriage: - Understanding and mutual respect are key. Know and respect who each person is as individuals. She notes the importance of being committed to the relationship and the journey as you operate with understanding & mutual respect. - Find mentorship. Seek it out and connect with others so you can ask, “will I survive this?”. Mattrice recalls that her mentors were in her life for a moment, but she soon became the mentor. Paying it forward is a part of being a leader. - “You have seasons in your life. Those seasons come and go.” Mattrice learned to step back and edit her life as the seasons change. She asked herself, “Who was I between the leaves of the tree?” Introspection is key at all seasons. - Mattrice's husband encouraged her to stop looking for the mentor she felt she needed and step into being that mentor and pouring into others. Her philosophy of servant leadership is modeled as she presently supports and mentors spouses. - As a Marine Corps spouse and mom she finds ways to connect with other people & families. As a family, the Williamsons are intentional about plugging in with Marine & Family Programs for orientations, programs and workshops. The more Mattrice learned and applied, the better she could connect by simply getting to know others. She became an advocate for our military resources, because she personally experienced loneliness in earlier years due to not knowing about what was available to her.   Marriage & Leadership Advice: Resources are underutilized. When programs are not utilized they will go away as it's seen as a waste of resources. “If you know something that has worked for you, share it!...Join the club.”- Mattrice Williamson The responsibility is with each of us. You can be a leader right where you are by sharing the resources you are aware of.   Top Resources: The Five Languages of Apology: How to Experience Healing in All Your Relationships by Dr. Gary Chapman & Jennifer Thomas https://www.amazon.com/Five-Languages-Apology-Experience-Relationships/dp/1881273571/ref=pd_sbs_1/135-3173583-2094259?pd_rd_w=cdsOt&pf_rd_p=0a3ad226-8a77-4898-9a99-63ffeb1aef90&pf_rd_r=CZF5G1Z0KJEWKCGZV29R&pd_rd_r=712c605f-77e8-4d7c-b682-2b72cf27b00b&pd_rd_wg=oUJo7&pd_rd_i=1881273571&psc=1   Today's Heart Track : This is How We Do It by Montell Jordan That's The Way Love Goes by Janet Jackson Listen to our Heart Tracks 3 playlist on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3izcNRGc44G4rHt4qcJzUJ?si=eaef4f0267684ed0   Let's Connect: Join us in the Hearts & Stripes Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/heartsstripes To get even more on Hearts & Stripes podcast, resources, coaching and more head to https://www.breecarroll.com Connects with Bree on IG https://www.instagram.com/itsbreecarroll Connect with Bree on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/itsbreecarroll  

Pilot TV Podcast
#169 Trigger Point, Queens, and La Fortuna. With guests Ricky Gervais, Tony Way, and Nell Tiger Free.

Pilot TV Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 129:52


Ricky Gervais joins us on this week's show to discuss the finer points of blowing belly raspberries with Tony Way in After Life, plus Nell Tiger Free stops by to dispense childcare advice in the third season of Apple's Servant, where she and Boyd get into such varied topics as incest and the finer points of moth taming. In addition (and we apologise in advance) James finishes his rewatch of The Expanse just in time to watch the finale live, and proceeds to bang on about why it's amazing for what we can only hope is the last time (so sorry). Plus the team reviews bomb disposal thriller Trigger Point on ITV, comeback show Queens on Star, and Stanley Tucci's treasure-hunting adventure, La Fortuna, on AMC UK. NOTE: Ricky and Tony's After Life interview is, unusually, a spoiler interview and goes deep on lots of the third season's plot points, including the finale. If you've not seen it then you might want to do so first, or you can skip the interview entirely to preserve its secrets by avoiding 29:22-1:00:00.

Kingdom Influencing Podcast
The Selfless Servant - Part I, ”Simply Us” Series

Kingdom Influencing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 22:36


This episode features an introduction to best practices in leadership development. It is designed to engage the leader in working scenarios that can turn busy work into productive outcomes. This is part of a sub-series entitled, "Simply Us" featuring this powerful husband and wife tandem.

DC Local Leaders Podcast
#37 Jim "Hondo" Geurts - US Navy Undersecretary (Ret)

DC Local Leaders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 45:57


Curiosity , Humility & Courage ! Jim "Hondo" Geurts shares with us what 35 years of Servant leadership in 3 Seperate branches of the US Military has taught him about Leadership ! Jim has served in the US Air Force, US Army SOCOMM and in the US Navy. His years of Learning by mistakes has provided him with the Scar Tissue he needed to be an incredible Leader, Mentor and Friend.  We'd like to express our Gratitude to Dodona Manor -the George C Marshall International Center in Leesburg VA for their hospitality and allowing us to film in such a historic Library! Dodona Manor - George C Marshall International Center Connect on LinkedIn Follow on Instagram     

Blessed is She Daily Devotions
January 12: Is Your Servant Listening?

Blessed is She Daily Devotions

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 2:46


Today's devotion is written by Liz Kelly.

Catholic Inspiration
Daily Mass: Speak, Lord, your servant is listening

Catholic Inspiration

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 8:10


Samuel's response to the Lord's call offers us an example to follow as we actively listen and respond to God's gentle invitation. January 12, 2022 - Cathedral Rectory - Superior, WI Fr. Andrew Ricci - www.studyprayserve.com  

ESV: Digging Deep into the Bible
January 11: Psalm 10; Genesis 11; 1 Chronicles 11; Luke 7:1–35

ESV: Digging Deep into the Bible

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 15:49


Psalms and Wisdom: Psalm 10 Psalm 10 (Listen) Why Do You Hide Yourself? 10   Why, O LORD, do you stand far away?    Why do you hide yourself in times of trouble? 2   In arrogance the wicked hotly pursue the poor;    let them be caught in the schemes that they have devised.3   For the wicked boasts of the desires of his soul,    and the one greedy for gain curses1 and renounces the LORD.4   In the pride of his face2 the wicked does not seek him;3    all his thoughts are, “There is no God.”5   His ways prosper at all times;    your judgments are on high, out of his sight;    as for all his foes, he puffs at them.6   He says in his heart, “I shall not be moved;    throughout all generations I shall not meet adversity.”7   His mouth is filled with cursing and deceit and oppression;    under his tongue are mischief and iniquity.8   He sits in ambush in the villages;    in hiding places he murders the innocent.  His eyes stealthily watch for the helpless;9     he lurks in ambush like a lion in his thicket;  he lurks that he may seize the poor;    he seizes the poor when he draws him into his net.10   The helpless are crushed, sink down,    and fall by his might.11   He says in his heart, “God has forgotten,    he has hidden his face, he will never see it.” 12   Arise, O LORD; O God, lift up your hand;    forget not the afflicted.13   Why does the wicked renounce God    and say in his heart, “You will not call to account”?14   But you do see, for you note mischief and vexation,    that you may take it into your hands;  to you the helpless commits himself;    you have been the helper of the fatherless.15   Break the arm of the wicked and evildoer;    call his wickedness to account till you find none. 16   The LORD is king forever and ever;    the nations perish from his land.17   O LORD, you hear the desire of the afflicted;    you will strengthen their heart; you will incline your ear18   to do justice to the fatherless and the oppressed,    so that man who is of the earth may strike terror no more. Footnotes [1] 10:3 Or and he blesses the one greedy for gain [2] 10:4 Or of his anger [3] 10:4 Or the wicked says, “He will not call to account” (ESV) Pentateuch and History: Genesis 11 Genesis 11 (Listen) The Tower of Babel 11 Now the whole earth had one language and the same words. 2 And as people migrated from the east, they found a plain in the land of Shinar and settled there. 3 And they said to one another, “Come, let us make bricks, and burn them thoroughly.” And they had brick for stone, and bitumen for mortar. 4 Then they said, “Come, let us build ourselves a city and a tower with its top in the heavens, and let us make a name for ourselves, lest we be dispersed over the face of the whole earth.” 5 And the LORD came down to see the city and the tower, which the children of man had built. 6 And the LORD said, “Behold, they are one people, and they have all one language, and this is only the beginning of what they will do. And nothing that they propose to do will now be impossible for them. 7 Come, let us go down and there confuse their language, so that they may not understand one another's speech.” 8 So the LORD dispersed them from there over the face of all the earth, and they left off building the city. 9 Therefore its name was called Babel, because there the LORD confused1 the language of all the earth. And from there the LORD dispersed them over the face of all the earth. Shem's Descendants 10 These are the generations of Shem. When Shem was 100 years old, he fathered Arpachshad two years after the flood. 11 And Shem lived after he fathered Arpachshad 500 years and had other sons and daughters. 12 When Arpachshad had lived 35 years, he fathered Shelah. 13 And Arpachshad lived after he fathered Shelah 403 years and had other sons and daughters. 14 When Shelah had lived 30 years, he fathered Eber. 15 And Shelah lived after he fathered Eber 403 years and had other sons and daughters. 16 When Eber had lived 34 years, he fathered Peleg. 17 And Eber lived after he fathered Peleg 430 years and had other sons and daughters. 18 When Peleg had lived 30 years, he fathered Reu. 19 And Peleg lived after he fathered Reu 209 years and had other sons and daughters. 20 When Reu had lived 32 years, he fathered Serug. 21 And Reu lived after he fathered Serug 207 years and had other sons and daughters. 22 When Serug had lived 30 years, he fathered Nahor. 23 And Serug lived after he fathered Nahor 200 years and had other sons and daughters. 24 When Nahor had lived 29 years, he fathered Terah. 25 And Nahor lived after he fathered Terah 119 years and had other sons and daughters. 26 When Terah had lived 70 years, he fathered Abram, Nahor, and Haran. Terah's Descendants 27 Now these are the generations of Terah. Terah fathered Abram, Nahor, and Haran; and Haran fathered Lot. 28 Haran died in the presence of his father Terah in the land of his kindred, in Ur of the Chaldeans. 29 And Abram and Nahor took wives. The name of Abram's wife was Sarai, and the name of Nahor's wife, Milcah, the daughter of Haran the father of Milcah and Iscah. 30 Now Sarai was barren; she had no child. 31 Terah took Abram his son and Lot the son of Haran, his grandson, and Sarai his daughter-in-law, his son Abram's wife, and they went forth together from Ur of the Chaldeans to go into the land of Canaan, but when they came to Haran, they settled there. 32 The days of Terah were 205 years, and Terah died in Haran. Footnotes [1] 11:9 Babel sounds like the Hebrew for confused (ESV) Chronicles and Prophets: 1 Chronicles 11 1 Chronicles 11 (Listen) David Anointed King 11 Then all Israel gathered together to David at Hebron and said, “Behold, we are your bone and flesh. 2 In times past, even when Saul was king, it was you who led out and brought in Israel. And the LORD your God said to you, ‘You shall be shepherd of my people Israel, and you shall be prince over my people Israel.'” 3 So all the elders of Israel came to the king at Hebron, and David made a covenant with them at Hebron before the LORD. And they anointed David king over Israel, according to the word of the LORD by Samuel. David Takes Jerusalem 4 And David and all Israel went to Jerusalem, that is, Jebus, where the Jebusites were, the inhabitants of the land. 5 The inhabitants of Jebus said to David, “You will not come in here.” Nevertheless, David took the stronghold of Zion, that is, the city of David. 6 David said, “Whoever strikes the Jebusites first shall be chief and commander.” And Joab the son of Zeruiah went up first, so he became chief. 7 And David lived in the stronghold; therefore it was called the city of David. 8 And he built the city all around from the Millo in complete circuit, and Joab repaired the rest of the city. 9 And David became greater and greater, for the LORD of hosts was with him. David's Mighty Men 10 Now these are the chiefs of David's mighty men, who gave him strong support in his kingdom, together with all Israel, to make him king, according to the word of the LORD concerning Israel. 11 This is an account of David's mighty men: Jashobeam, a Hachmonite, was chief of the three.1 He wielded his spear against 300 whom he killed at one time. 12 And next to him among the three mighty men was Eleazar the son of Dodo, the Ahohite. 13 He was with David at Pas-dammim when the Philistines were gathered there for battle. There was a plot of ground full of barley, and the men fled from the Philistines. 14 But he took his2 stand in the midst of the plot and defended it and killed the Philistines. And the LORD saved them by a great victory. 15 Three of the thirty chief men went down to the rock to David at the cave of Adullam, when the army of Philistines was encamped in the Valley of Rephaim. 16 David was then in the stronghold, and the garrison of the Philistines was then at Bethlehem. 17 And David said longingly, “Oh that someone would give me water to drink from the well of Bethlehem that is by the gate!” 18 Then the three mighty men broke through the camp of the Philistines and drew water out of the well of Bethlehem that was by the gate and took it and brought it to David. But David would not drink it. He poured it out to the LORD 19 and said, “Far be it from me before my God that I should do this. Shall I drink the lifeblood of these men? For at the risk of their lives they brought it.” Therefore he would not drink it. These things did the three mighty men. 20 Now Abishai, the brother of Joab, was chief of the thirty.3 And he wielded his spear against 300 men and killed them and won a name beside the three. 21 He was the most renowned4 of the thirty5 and became their commander, but he did not attain to the three. 22 And Benaiah the son of Jehoiada was a valiant man6 of Kabzeel, a doer of great deeds. He struck down two heroes of Moab. He also went down and struck down a lion in a pit on a day when snow had fallen. 23 And he struck down an Egyptian, a man of great stature, five cubits7 tall. The Egyptian had in his hand a spear like a weaver's beam, but Benaiah went down to him with a staff and snatched the spear out of the Egyptian's hand and killed him with his own spear. 24 These things did Benaiah the son of Jehoiada and won a name beside the three mighty men. 25 He was renowned among the thirty, but he did not attain to the three. And David set him over his bodyguard. 26 The mighty men were Asahel the brother of Joab, Elhanan the son of Dodo of Bethlehem, 27 Shammoth of Harod,8 Helez the Pelonite, 28 Ira the son of Ikkesh of Tekoa, Abiezer of Anathoth, 29 Sibbecai the Hushathite, Ilai the Ahohite, 30 Maharai of Netophah, Heled the son of Baanah of Netophah, 31 Ithai the son of Ribai of Gibeah of the people of Benjamin, Benaiah of Pirathon, 32 Hurai of the brooks of Gaash, Abiel the Arbathite, 33 Azmaveth of Baharum, Eliahba the Shaalbonite, 34 Hashem9 the Gizonite, Jonathan the son of Shagee the Hararite, 35 Ahiam the son of Sachar the Hararite, Eliphal the son of Ur, 36 Hepher the Mecherathite, Ahijah the Pelonite, 37 Hezro of Carmel, Naarai the son of Ezbai, 38 Joel the brother of Nathan, Mibhar the son of Hagri, 39 Zelek the Ammonite, Naharai of Beeroth, the armor-bearer of Joab the son of Zeruiah, 40 Ira the Ithrite, Gareb the Ithrite, 41 Uriah the Hittite, Zabad the son of Ahlai, 42 Adina the son of Shiza the Reubenite, a leader of the Reubenites, and thirty with him, 43 Hanan the son of Maacah, and Joshaphat the Mithnite, 44 Uzzia the Ashterathite, Shama and Jeiel the sons of Hotham the Aroerite, 45 Jediael the son of Shimri, and Joha his brother, the Tizite, 46 Eliel the Mahavite, and Jeribai, and Joshaviah, the sons of Elnaam, and Ithmah the Moabite, 47 Eliel, and Obed, and Jaasiel the Mezobaite. Footnotes [1] 11:11 Compare 2 Samuel 23:8; Hebrew thirty, or captains [2] 11:14 Compare 2 Samuel 23:12; Hebrew they . . . their [3] 11:20 Syriac; Hebrew three [4] 11:21 Compare 2 Samuel 23:19; Hebrew more renowned among the two [5] 11:21 Syriac; Hebrew three [6] 11:22 Syriac; Hebrew the son of a valiant man [7] 11:23 A cubit was about 18 inches or 45 centimeters [8] 11:27 Compare 2 Samuel 23:25; Hebrew the Harorite [9] 11:34 Compare Septuagint and 2 Samuel 23:32; Hebrew the sons of Hashem (ESV) Gospels and Epistles: Luke 7:1–35 Luke 7:1–35 (Listen) Jesus Heals a Centurion's Servant 7 After he had finished all his sayings in the hearing of the people, he entered Capernaum. 2 Now a centurion had a servant1 who was sick and at the point of death, who was highly valued by him. 3 When the centurion2 heard about Jesus, he sent to him elders of the Jews, asking him to come and heal his servant. 4 And when they came to Jesus, they pleaded with him earnestly, saying, “He is worthy to have you do this for him, 5 for he loves our nation, and he is the one who built us our synagogue.” 6 And Jesus went with them. When he was not far from the house, the centurion sent friends, saying to him, “Lord, do not trouble yourself, for I am not worthy to have you come under my roof. 7 Therefore I did not presume to come to you. But say the word, and let my servant be healed. 8 For I too am a man set under authority, with soldiers under me: and I say to one, ‘Go,' and he goes; and to another, ‘Come,' and he comes; and to my servant, ‘Do this,' and he does it.” 9 When Jesus heard these things, he marveled at him, and turning to the crowd that followed him, said, “I tell you, not even in Israel have I found such faith.” 10 And when those who had been sent returned to the house, they found the servant well. Jesus Raises a Widow's Son 11 Soon afterward3 he went to a town called Nain, and his disciples and a great crowd went with him. 12 As he drew near to the gate of the town, behold, a man who had died was being carried out, the only son of his mother, and she was a widow, and a considerable crowd from the town was with her. 13 And when the Lord saw her, he had compassion on her and said to her, “Do not weep.” 14 Then he came up and touched the bier, and the bearers stood still. And he said, “Young man, I say to you, arise.” 15 And the dead man sat up and began to speak, and Jesus4 gave him to his mother. 16 Fear seized them all, and they glorified God, saying, “A great prophet has arisen among us!” and “God has visited his people!” 17 And this report about him spread through the whole of Judea and all the surrounding country. Messengers from John the Baptist 18 The disciples of John reported all these things to him. And John, 19 calling two of his disciples to him, sent them to the Lord, saying, “Are you the one who is to come, or shall we look for another?” 20 And when the men had come to him, they said, “John the Baptist has sent us to you, saying, ‘Are you the one who is to come, or shall we look for another?'” 21 In that hour he healed many people of diseases and plagues and evil spirits, and on many who were blind he bestowed sight. 22 And he answered them, “Go and tell John what you have seen and heard: the blind receive their sight, the lame walk, lepers5 are cleansed, and the deaf hear, the dead are raised up, the poor have good news preached to them. 23 And blessed is the one who is not offended by me.” 24 When John's messengers had gone, Jesus6 began to speak to the crowds concerning John: “What did you go out into the wilderness to see? A reed shaken by the wind? 25 What then did you go out to see? A man dressed in soft clothing? Behold, those who are dressed in splendid clothing and live in luxury are in kings' courts. 26 What then did you go out to see? A prophet? Yes, I tell you, and more than a prophet. 27 This is he of whom it is written,   “‘Behold, I send my messenger before your face,    who will prepare your way before you.' 28 I tell you, among those born of women none is greater than John. Yet the one who is least in the kingdom of God is greater than he.” 29 (When all the people heard this, and the tax collectors too, they declared God just,7 having been baptized with the baptism of John, 30 but the Pharisees and the lawyers rejected the purpose of God for themselves, not having been baptized by him.) 31 “To what then shall I compare the people of this generation, and what are they like? 32 They are like children sitting in the marketplace and calling to one another,   “‘We played the flute for you, and you did not dance;    we sang a dirge, and you did not weep.' 33 For John the Baptist has come eating no bread and drinking no wine, and you say, ‘He has a demon.' 34 The Son of Man has come eating and drinking, and you say, ‘Look at him! A glutton and a drunkard, a friend of tax collectors and sinners!' 35 Yet wisdom is justified by all her children.” Footnotes [1] 7:2 Or bondservant; also verses 3, 8, 10 [2] 7:3 Greek he [3] 7:11 Some manuscripts The next day [4] 7:15 Greek he [5] 7:22 Leprosy was a term for several skin diseases; see Leviticus 13 [6] 7:24 Greek he [7] 7:29 Greek they justified God (ESV)

Daily Gospel Exegesis
Feast of the Baptism of the Lord (Year C) - Luke 3: 15-16, 21-22

Daily Gospel Exegesis

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 21:37


To support the ministry and get access to exclusive content, go to: http://patreon.com/logicalbiblestudy Luke 3: 15-16, 21-22 - 'Someone is coming who will baptize you with the Holy Spirit and fire.' Catechism of the Catholic Church Paragraphs: - 696 (in 'Symbols of the Holy Spirit') - John the Baptist, who goes "before [the Lord] in the spirit and power of Elijah," proclaims Christ as the one who "will baptize you with the Holy Spirit and with fire" (abbreviated). - 2600 (in 'Jesus Prays') - The Gospel according to St. Luke emphasizes the action of the Holy Spirit and the meaning of prayer in Christ's ministry. Jesus prays before the decisive moments of his mission: before his Father's witness to him during his baptism and Transfiguration, and before his own fulfillment of the Father's plan of love by his Passion. He also prays before the decisive moments involving the mission of his apostles: at his election and call of the Twelve, before Peter's confession of him as "the Christ of God," and again that the faith of the chief of the Apostles may not fail when tempted. Jesus' prayer before the events of salvation that the Father has asked him to fulfill is a humble and trusting commitment of his human will to the loving will of the Father. - 536 (in 'The Baptism of Jesus') - The baptism of Jesus is on his part the acceptance and inauguration of his mission as God's suffering Servant. He allows himself to be numbered among sinners; he is already "the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world". Already he is anticipating the "baptism" of his bloody death. Already he is coming to "fulfil all righteousness", that is, he is submitting himself entirely to his Father's will: out of love he consents to this baptism of death for the remission of our sins. The Father's voice responds to the Son's acceptance, proclaiming his entire delight in his Son. The Spirit whom Jesus possessed in fullness from his conception comes to "rest on him". Jesus will be the source of the Spirit for all mankind. At his baptism "the heavens were opened"- the heavens that Adam's sin had closed - and the waters were sanctified by the descent of Jesus and the Spirit, a prelude to the new creation. Got a Bible question? Send an email to logicalbiblestudy@gmail.com, and it will be answered in an upcoming episode! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/daily-gospel-exegesis/message

Text Talk
Matthew 18: Seventy-seven Times

Text Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 15:56


Matthew 18:21-35Talk about humility? How much humility does it take to forgive someone? Andrew and Edwin discuss an even greater humility. How much humility does it take to forgive someone 77 times? That is Jesus's call for us.Read the written devo that goes along with this episode by clicking here.    Let us know what you are learning or any questions you have. Email us at TextTalk@ChristiansMeetHere.org.    Join the Facebook community and join the conversation by clicking here. We'd love to meet you. Be a guest among the Christians who meet on Livingston Avenue. Click here to find out more. Michael Eldridge sang all four parts of our theme song. Find more from him by clicking here.   Thanks for talking about the text with us today.________________________________________________If the hyperlinks do not work, copy the following addresses and paste them into the URL bar of your web browser: Daily Written Devo: https://readthebiblemakedisciples.wordpress.com/?p=8495The Christians Who Meet on Livingston Avenue: http://www.christiansmeethere.org/Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/TalkAboutTheTextFacebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/texttalkMichael Eldridge: https://acapeldridge.com/ 

ESV: Daily Office Lectionary
January 6: Psalm 46; Psalm 97; Psalm 96; Psalm 100; Isaiah 49:1–7; Revelation 21:22–27; Matthew 12:14–21

ESV: Daily Office Lectionary

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 7:45


Epiphany First Psalm: Psalm 46; Psalm 97 Psalm 46 (Listen) God Is Our Fortress To the choirmaster. Of the Sons of Korah. According to Alamoth.1 A Song. 46   God is our refuge and strength,    a very present2 help in trouble.2   Therefore we will not fear though the earth gives way,    though the mountains be moved into the heart of the sea,3   though its waters roar and foam,    though the mountains tremble at its swelling. Selah 4   There is a river whose streams make glad the city of God,    the holy habitation of the Most High.5   God is in the midst of her; she shall not be moved;    God will help her when morning dawns.6   The nations rage, the kingdoms totter;    he utters his voice, the earth melts.7   The LORD of hosts is with us;    the God of Jacob is our fortress. Selah 8   Come, behold the works of the LORD,    how he has brought desolations on the earth.9   He makes wars cease to the end of the earth;    he breaks the bow and shatters the spear;    he burns the chariots with fire.10   “Be still, and know that I am God.    I will be exalted among the nations,    I will be exalted in the earth!”11   The LORD of hosts is with us;    the God of Jacob is our fortress. Selah Footnotes [1] 46:1 Probably a musical or liturgical term [2] 46:1 Or well proved (ESV) Psalm 97 (Listen) The Lord Reigns 97   The LORD reigns, let the earth rejoice;    let the many coastlands be glad!2   Clouds and thick darkness are all around him;    righteousness and justice are the foundation of his throne.3   Fire goes before him    and burns up his adversaries all around.4   His lightnings light up the world;    the earth sees and trembles.5   The mountains melt like wax before the LORD,    before the Lord of all the earth. 6   The heavens proclaim his righteousness,    and all the peoples see his glory.7   All worshipers of images are put to shame,    who make their boast in worthless idols;    worship him, all you gods! 8   Zion hears and is glad,    and the daughters of Judah rejoice,    because of your judgments, O LORD.9   For you, O LORD, are most high over all the earth;    you are exalted far above all gods. 10   O you who love the LORD, hate evil!    He preserves the lives of his saints;    he delivers them from the hand of the wicked.11   Light is sown1 for the righteous,    and joy for the upright in heart.12   Rejoice in the LORD, O you righteous,    and give thanks to his holy name! Footnotes [1] 97:11 Most Hebrew manuscripts; one Hebrew manuscript, Septuagint, Syriac, Jerome Light dawns (ESV) Second Psalm: Psalm 96; Psalm 100 Psalm 96 (Listen) Worship in the Splendor of Holiness 96   Oh sing to the LORD a new song;    sing to the LORD, all the earth!2   Sing to the LORD, bless his name;    tell of his salvation from day to day.3   Declare his glory among the nations,    his marvelous works among all the peoples!4   For great is the LORD, and greatly to be praised;    he is to be feared above all gods.5   For all the gods of the peoples are worthless idols,    but the LORD made the heavens.6   Splendor and majesty are before him;    strength and beauty are in his sanctuary. 7   Ascribe to the LORD, O families of the peoples,    ascribe to the LORD glory and strength!8   Ascribe to the LORD the glory due his name;    bring an offering, and come into his courts!9   Worship the LORD in the splendor of holiness;1    tremble before him, all the earth! 10   Say among the nations, “The LORD reigns!    Yes, the world is established; it shall never be moved;    he will judge the peoples with equity.” 11   Let the heavens be glad, and let the earth rejoice;    let the sea roar, and all that fills it;12     let the field exult, and everything in it!  Then shall all the trees of the forest sing for joy13     before the LORD, for he comes,    for he comes to judge the earth.  He will judge the world in righteousness,    and the peoples in his faithfulness. Footnotes [1] 96:9 Or in holy attire (ESV) Psalm 100 (Listen) His Steadfast Love Endures Forever A Psalm for giving thanks. 100   Make a joyful noise to the LORD, all the earth!2     Serve the LORD with gladness!    Come into his presence with singing! 3   Know that the LORD, he is God!    It is he who made us, and we are his;1    we are his people, and the sheep of his pasture. 4   Enter his gates with thanksgiving,    and his courts with praise!    Give thanks to him; bless his name! 5   For the LORD is good;    his steadfast love endures forever,    and his faithfulness to all generations. Footnotes [1] 100:3 Or and not we ourselves (ESV) Old Testament: Isaiah 49:1–7 Isaiah 49:1–7 (Listen) The Servant of the Lord 49   Listen to me, O coastlands,    and give attention, you peoples from afar.  The LORD called me from the womb,    from the body of my mother he named my name.2   He made my mouth like a sharp sword;    in the shadow of his hand he hid me;  he made me a polished arrow;    in his quiver he hid me away.3   And he said to me, “You are my servant,    Israel, in whom I will be glorified.”14   But I said, “I have labored in vain;    I have spent my strength for nothing and vanity;  yet surely my right is with the LORD,    and my recompense with my God.” 5   And now the LORD says,    he who formed me from the womb to be his servant,  to bring Jacob back to him;    and that Israel might be gathered to him—  for I am honored in the eyes of the LORD,    and my God has become my strength—6   he says:  “It is too light a thing that you should be my servant    to raise up the tribes of Jacob    and to bring back the preserved of Israel;  I will make you as a light for the nations,    that my salvation may reach to the end of the earth.” 7   Thus says the LORD,    the Redeemer of Israel and his Holy One,  to one deeply despised, abhorred by the nation,    the servant of rulers:  “Kings shall see and arise;    princes, and they shall prostrate themselves;  because of the LORD, who is faithful,    the Holy One of Israel, who has chosen you.” Footnotes [1] 49:3 Or I will display my beauty (ESV) New Testament: Revelation 21:22–27 Revelation 21:22–27 (Listen) 22 And I saw no temple in the city, for its temple is the Lord God the Almighty and the Lamb. 23 And the city has no need of sun or moon to shine on it, for the glory of God gives it light, and its lamp is the Lamb. 24 By its light will the nations walk, and the kings of the earth will bring their glory into it, 25 and its gates will never be shut by day—and there will be no night there. 26 They will bring into it the glory and the honor of the nations. 27 But nothing unclean will ever enter it, nor anyone who does what is detestable or false, but only those who are written in the Lamb's book of life. (ESV) Gospel: Matthew 12:14–21 Matthew 12:14–21 (Listen) 14 But the Pharisees went out and conspired against him, how to destroy him. God's Chosen Servant 15 Jesus, aware of this, withdrew from there. And many followed him, and he healed them all 16 and ordered them not to make him known. 17 This was to fulfill what was spoken by the prophet Isaiah: 18   “Behold, my servant whom I have chosen,    my beloved with whom my soul is well pleased.  I will put my Spirit upon him,    and he will proclaim justice to the Gentiles.19   He will not quarrel or cry aloud,    nor will anyone hear his voice in the streets;20   a bruised reed he will not break,    and a smoldering wick he will not quench,  until he brings justice to victory;21     and in his name the Gentiles will hope.” (ESV)

Buford CoC's Sermon Stream
2022 - 01 - 05 - Ben Hogan - The Life Of Jesus - The Centurian's Servant

Buford CoC's Sermon Stream

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 57:11


2022 - 01 - 05 - Ben Hogan - The Life Of Jesus - The Centurian's Servant by Buford Church of Christ

Daily Thinker
Servant Of Christ Ministries Are Christians Required to Tithe? (Full Episode)

Daily Thinker

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 81:07


Should believers in Christ give ten percent to their Church is that a command that we must keep? Gusto and S.O.C.M discuss what biblical tithing is and what it isn't. Lets us know in the comments below where you stand when it comes to tithing. How do you give 10%, 20%, or do you give what you can? If you want to check out the S.O.C.M channel hit the link below

Jovan Walker's Hope Line
SPEAK.LORD.YOUR SERVANT IS LISTENING

Jovan Walker's Hope Line

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 3:14


SPEAK.LORD.YOUR SERVANT IS LISTENING --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jovan-walker-jermaine/support

Reflecting God – Embrace Holy Living

RG AUDIO 010522   Matthew 23:1-12 What a privilege it must be for Moses to write and apply the law to the Israelites. Although, I think it had to be very challenging. Moses is one of my favorite characters from the Bible and he has certainly inspired my life as a pastor and leader. But […]

Your Brain on Facts
Very New Year

Your Brain on Facts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 18:58


Happy new year!  Or is it?  It depends on which calendar you're using. Like what you hear?  Become a patron of the arts for as little as $2 a month!   Or buy the book or some merch.  Hang out with your fellow Brainiacs.  Reach out and touch Moxie on Facebook, Twitter,  or Instagram. Music: Kevin MacLeod, David Fesliyan.   Reach out and touch Moxie on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Links to all the research resources are on the website.   On Monday this December 30th past, I clocked in at my retail jobs, put on my headset, and played the morning messages.  There was one from my manager telling us what to expect in terms of sales volume that day and one from corporate welcoming us to the first day of 2020.  The didn't get their dates mixed up.  December 30th 2019 was the first day of 2020 in a way that once crashed Twitter for hours.  My name…   When we think of the calendar, we think of it as singular and exclusive.  “The” calendar.  Sure, there were other calendars, but those were for old-timey people in old-timey times.  If you've ever listened to the show before, you'll know I'm about to disabuse you of that notion; it's kinda my schtick.  The calendar we think of as the end all and be all of organizing time into little squares is the Gregorian calendar, but it's just one of many that have been used and still are used today.   For example, at the time of this recording, it's currently the 27th day of the month of Tevet in the year 5782 for those who follow the Hebrew calendar.  The Hebrew calendar, also known as the Jewish calendar, was originally created before the year 10 CE.  It first used lunar months, which will surprise no one who has had to google when Passover or Easter are each year.  A standard Jewish year has twelve months; six twenty-nine-day months, and six thirty-day months, for a total of 354 days.  This is because the months follow the lunar orbit, which is on average 29.5 days.  Due to variations in the Jewish calendar, the year could also be 353 or 355 days.  It also used standard calendar years, but these two methods don't line up perfectly, and this posed a problem.  As time went on, the shorter lunar calendar would result in holy days shifting forward in time from year to year.  That simply wouldn't do as certain holidays have to be celebrated in a certain season, like Passover in the spring, Tu B'Shevat, the Jewish 'New Year for Trees,' which  needs to fall around the time that trees in the Middle East come out of their winter dormancy, or Sukkot, the festival that calls adherents to build and live in huts in their yard to commemorate Isrealites taking shelter in the wilderness, which is meant to fall in autumn.  So a thirteenth month had to be added every 3 to 4 years in order to make up for the difference.  Such a year is called a shanah meuberet ("pregnant year") in Hebrew; in English we call it a leap year, and it makes up all the lunar calendar's lost days.  The month is added to Adar, the last of the twelve months. On leap years we observe two Adars — Adar I and Adar II.  Today, the Hebrew calendar is used primarily to determine the dates for Jewish religious holidays and to select appropriate religious readings for the day.   Similar in usage is the Hijri calendar, or Islamic calendar.  It's based on lunar phases, using a system of 12 months and either 354 or 355 days every year.  The first Islamic year was 622 CE when the prophet Muhammad emigrated from Mecca to Medina, meaning today is the Jumada I 28, 1443 .  The Hijri calendar is used to identify Islamic holidays and festivals.  The Islamic New Year marks the journey of the prophet Muhammad from Mecca to Medina.  However, the occasion and the sacred month of Muharram are observed differently by the two largest branches of Islam, Shiite and Sunni.  Shiite pilgrims journey to their holiest sites to commemorate a seventh-century battle, while Sunnis fast to celebrate the victory of Moses over an Egyptian pharaoh.  Also known as the Persian calendar, it's the official calendar used in Iran and Afghanistan, and it's the most accurate calendar system going, but more on that later.   Further east you'll encounter the Buddhist calendar, which is used throughout Southeast Asia.  This uses the sidereal year, the time it takes Earth to orbit the sun, as the solar year.  Like other systems, the calendar does not try to stay in sync with this time measurement, but unlike the others, no extra days or months have been added, so the Buddhist calendar is slowly moving out of alignment at a pace of around one day every century.  Today, the traditional Buddhist lunisolar calendar is used mainly for Theravada Buddhist festivals, and no longer has the official calendar status anywhere. The Thai Buddhist Era, a renumbered Gregorian calendar, is the official calendar in Thailand.  The Buddhist calendar is based on an older Hindu calendar, of which there are actually three -- Vikram Samvat, Shaka Samvat, and Kali Yuga.  The Vikram Samvat is used in Nepal and some Indian states, and uses lunar months and the sidereal year to track time.  Sidereal means based on fixed stars and constellations, rather than celestial things on the move, like planets.  The Shaka Samvat, used officially in India and by Hindus in Java and Bali, has months based around the tropical zodiac signs rather than the sidereal year.  The Kali Yuga is a different sort of calendar altogether.  It meters out the last of the four stages (or ages or yugas) the world goes through as part of a 'cycle of yugas' (i.e. mahayuga) described in the Sanskrit scriptures. The Kali Yuga, began at midnight (00:00) on 18 February 3102 BCE,  is the final cycle within the 4-cycle Yuga era. The first cycle is the age of truth and perfection, the second cycle is the age of emperors and war, the third stage is the age of disease and discontent, and the third stage (the Kali Yuga) is the age of ignorance and darkness.  If you're worried because you already missed 5,000 years of the Yuga, don't fret; you have upwards of 467,000 years left.     You've probably heard of Chinese New Year, so you won't be surprised that there is a Chinese calendar.  According to this system, each month begins on the day when the moon is in the "new moon" phase. The beginning of a new year is also marked by the position of the moon and occurs when the moon is midway between the winter solstice and spring equinox.  China uses the Gregorian calendar for official things, but still uses the Chinese calendar is used to celebrate holidays.   You might be surprised to learn about the Ethiopian calendar.  The Ethiopian calendar is quite similar to the Julian calendar, the predecessor to the Gregorian calendar most countries use today.  Like the other calendars we've discussed, it's intertwined with the faith of the people.  The first day of the week for instance, called Ehud, translates as ‘the first day‘ in the ancient Ge'ez language, the liturgical language of the Ethiopian church.  It is meant to show that Ehud is the first day on which God started creating the heavens and the earth.  The calendar system starts with the idea that Adam and Eve lived in the Garden of Eden for seven years before they were banished for 5,500 for their sins.  Both the Gregorian and Ethiopian use the birthdate of Jesus Christ as a starting point, what Eddie Izzard called “the big BC/AD change-over,” though the Ethiopian Orthodox Church believes Jesus was born 7 years earlier than the Gregorian calendar says.  The Ethiopian calendar has 13 months in a year, 12 of which have 30 days. The last month, called Pagume, has five days, and six days in a leap year.   Not only do the months have names, so do the years.  The first year after an Ethiopian leap year is named the John year, and is followed by the Matthew year, then Mark, then Luke.  Sept. 11 marks the day of the new year in Ethiopia.  By this time, the lengthy rainy season has come to a close, leaving behind a countryside flourishing in yellow daisies. That's fitting because Enkutatash in Amharic, the native language of Ethiopia, translates to “gift of jewels.” To celebrate New Year's, Ethiopians sing songs unique to the day and exchange bouquets of flowers. Of course, there is plenty of eating and drinking, too.   So what about this Gregorian calendar I keep mentioning?  The Gregorian calendar was created in 1582 by Pope Gregory XIII, who made some changes to the previously used Julian calendar.  Okay, so what was the Julian calendar?  It should shock no one that the Julian calendar was ordered by and named after Julius Caesar.  By the 40s BCE the Roman civic calendar was three months ahead of the solar calendar.  The Alexandrian astronomer Sosigenes, introduced the Egyptian solar calendar, taking the length of the solar year as 365 1/4 days.  The year was divided into 12 months, all of which had either 30 or 31 days except February, which contained 28 days in common (365 day) years and 29 in every fourth year (a leap year, of 366 days).  That 29th day wasn't February 29th, it was February 23rd a second time.  What a mess that would make, though that conflagration of confusion probably paled in comparison to to what Caesar did to align the civic and solar calendars--he added days to the year 46 BCE, so that it contained 445 days.  Unsurprisingly when you try to make such a large change to the daily lives of so many people in the days before electronic communication, it took over fifty years to get everybody on board.   Sosigenes had overestimated the length of the year by 11 minutes 14 seconds.  11 minutes doesn't mean much in a given year, but after, say, 1500 years, the seasons on your calendar no longer line up with the seasons of reality.  That matters when your most important holy day needs to happen at a certain time of year.  Enter Pope Gregory XIII, who wanted to stop Easter, which had been celebrated on March 21, from drifting any farther away from the spring Equinox.  Aloysus Lilius, the Italian scientist who developed the system Pope Gregory would unveil in 1582, realized that the addition of so many February 23rds made the calendar slightly too long. He devised a variation that adds leap days in years divisible by four, unless the year is also divisible by 100. If the year is also divisible by 400, a leap day is added regardless. [OS crash noise] Sorry about that.  While this formula may sound confusing, it did resolve the lag created by Caesar's earlier scheme—almost; Lilius' system was still off by 26 seconds.  As a result, in the years since Gregory introduced his calendar in 1582, a discrepancy of several hours has arisen.  We have some time before that really becomes an issue for the average person.  It will take until the year 4909 before the Gregorian calendar will be a full day ahead of the solar year.   Maths aside, not everyone was keen on Pope Gregory's plan.  His proclamation was what's known as a papal bull, an order that applies to the church by has no authority over non-Catholics.  That being said, the new calendar was quickly adopted by predominantly Catholic countries like Spain, Portugal and Italy, major world players at the time.  European Protestants, however, feared it was an attempt to silence their movement, a conspiracy to keep them down.  Maybe by making it hard to remember when meetings and protests were supposed to be, I'm not sure.  It wasn't until 1700 that Protestant Germany switched over, and England held out until 1752.  Those transitions didn't go smooth.  English citizens didn't take kindly to the act of Parliament that advanced their calendars from September 2 to September 14, overnight.  There are apocryphal tales of rioters in the streets, demanding that the government “give us our 11 days.” However, most historians now believe that these protests never occurred or were greatly exaggerated.  Some countries took even longer than Britain--the USSR didn't convert to the Gregorian calendar until 1918, even later than countries like Egypt and Japan.  On the other side of the Atlantic from the British non-protests, meanwhile, Benjamin Franklin welcomed the change, writing, “It is pleasant for an old man to be able to go to bed on September 2, and not have to get up until September 14.”   When Julius Caesar's reformed the calendar in 46 B.C., he established January 1 as the first of the year.  During the Middle Ages, however, European countries replaced it with days that carried greater religious significance, such as December 25 and March 25 (the Feast of the Annunciation).  I didn't google that one.  After my mom listens to this episode, she'll send me a gloriously incorrect speech-to-text message explaining it.  Different calendars mean different New Years days even now, and the ways in which people celebrate as as splendidly diverse as the people themselves.   The Coptic Egyptian Church celebrates the Coptic New Year (Anno Martyrus), or year of the martyrs on 11th of September. The Coptic calendar is the ancient Egyptian one of twelve 30-day months plus a "small" five-day month—six-day in a leap year.  The months retain their ancient Egyptian names which denote the gods and godesses of the Egyptians, and the year's three seasons, the inundation, cultivation, and harvest, are related to the Nile and the annual agricultural cycle.  But the Copts chose the year 284AD to mark the beginning of the calendar, since this year saw the seating of Diocletian as Rome's emperor and the consequent martyrdom of thousands upon thousands of Egypt's Christians.  Apart from the Church's celebration, Copts celebrate the New Year by eating red dates, which are in season, believing the red symbolises the martyrs' blood and the white date heart the martyrs' pure hearts.  Also, dates are delicious.    Bonus fact: You know that guy, Pope Francis?  He's not actually the pope.  The pope's proper title, according to the Vatican's website, is Bishop of Rome, Vicar of Jesus Christ, Successor of the Prince of the Apostles, Supreme Pontiff of the Universal Church, Primate of Italy, Archbishop and Metropolitan of the Roman Province, Sovereign of the State of Vatican City, Servant of the Servants of God.  'Pope' comes from the Italian 'papa.'  Francis is the Sancta Papa, the Holy Father.  The title of pope belongs to the head of the Coptic church.  So if anyone uses the rhetorical question “Is the pope Catholic?” to imply a ‘yes' answer, you have my authorization to bring the conversation to a screeching halt by saying “No.  No, he's not.”  Double points if you simply walk away without explaining yourself.

Visions of the Past
Celebration Episode 5: Finding the Artifact

Visions of the Past

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 97:18


After Chords got shot last week we start this week with the subsequent battle, but does the group make it through to actually find the artifact they're looking for? Will the Servant keep her word to the group when they get out of the machine? Here's where to find the players online: - Nick through Linktree - Jamey through Linktree - Jarrett on Twitter - Kate through Linktree - Louise on Twitter Want to be part of the brotherhood? There are several ways you can support this podcast: Show your support! Buy me a coffee to help fund future episodes. Follow on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and iHeart Radio. Leave a review on Apple Podcast Check out my TikTok: @visionsofthepastpodcast Follow me on Twitter: @visions_ac Find me on Instagram: @visions_ac Music by: Joseph McDade

Sermons – Christ the King Presbyterian Church
Isaiah 42:1-10 – The Lord's Servant

Sermons – Christ the King Presbyterian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022


Isaiah 42:1-10 The post Isaiah 42:1-10 – The Lord's Servant appeared first on Christ the King Presbyterian Church.

MarlynsReflection
Three Things YOU MUST FOCUS ON for 2022!!!!

MarlynsReflection

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 14:12


CONNECT WITH MARLYN TODAY as she serves through her temporary role given by Grace alone: SERVANT, Motivational Speaker, Certified Restoration Life & Relationship Coach, Author, Publisher, Locally Ordained Minister, Wedding Officiant, Podcaster, Youtuber. click

Crossroads Cadiz Podcast
From Favorite Son to Foreign Servant (Genesis 37)

Crossroads Cadiz Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 46:18


From Favorite Son to Foreign Servant (Genesis 37)   Dysfunctional Families Have Always Existed...   Family Dysfunction is _______________ to the Storyline of Genesis (Genesis 3:15, 37:1)   Because of what happened in the ______________, there is dysfunction at your dinner table and at your Christmas get together.    Dysfunction continues into the _____________ generation of the book of Genesis (37:1-2)    The Decline of Joseph...   Joseph was the ________________ Son (37:2-11)   Joseph was ______________ by His Brothers (37:12-35)    Joseph ________________ for a Purpose (37:36)    Joseph points us to ___________________ (Genesis 50:20)    There is a Greater Beloved Son who was Betrayed by His Brothers to Accomplish the Purposes of God.   Memory Verse: Now Israel loved Joseph more than any other of his sons, because he was the son of his old age. And he made him a robe of many colors. - Genesis 37:3

70 West Church of Christ Sermons
To be a Real Leader Become a Real Servant

70 West Church of Christ Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 28:07


First Reformed Church (FRC)
Speak, Lord, for Your Servant is Listening (8:30AM)

First Reformed Church (FRC)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 73:21


2022 brings us a special opportunity to pray for our church and the decisions facing our leadership. Pastor Mark talks about prayer in today's message titled: "Speak, Lord, for Your Servant is Listening." Teaching text: 1 Samuel 3:8

Emmanuel Church of Winston Salem
The Apostle Paul, the Servant of the Church (Colossians 1:24-29) (Audio)

Emmanuel Church of Winston Salem

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022


Maturity Productions Podcast
RAP SHYT PODCAST - SPECIAL GUEST LYRIC BELL - EPISODE 1

Maturity Productions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 93:03


Rap Shyt Life is a web series and podcast that follows independent artist and goes with them on a journey to unique places that either inspired their music art or their played a role in them becoming who they are. join Mature The Servant as he travels round with these music artist and finds out what drives them, inspires them, encourages them, and helps them create the rap shyt they do so well. after watching this check out an even more in depth conversation with Lyric Bell on the follow up show Rap Shyt Podcast. Mature sits down and really dives into the career and life of his music artist guest and asks the tough questions and even some discovers some fun facts. Tune in to Rap Shyt Podcast on the Maturity Productions Network which can be found on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Deezer, Pandora, Stitcher and all podcast platforms.follow Mature the Servant on social mediaInstagram : @Maturity_ProductionsFacbook: Maturity ProductionsTwitter: Mature_Servantalso follow these social media accounts as well.Instagram: @nocapping_podcastinstagram : @theelyricbell

Follow Jesus Radio
Living as a servant

Follow Jesus Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 2:41


Submission on SermonAudio
The Servant's Submission to God

Submission on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 53:00


A new MP3 sermon from Noble Park Evangelical Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Servant's Submission to God Speaker: Nelson Attwood Broadcaster: Noble Park Evangelical Baptist Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 12/12/2021 Bible: Luke 1:26-38 Length: 53 min.

Trending with Timmerie - Catholic Principals applied to today's experiences.
What Makes a Gentleman: Is Manhood Innate or Learned?

Trending with Timmerie - Catholic Principals applied to today's experiences.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 51:07


What does it mean to call St. Joseph ‘Zealous Defender of Christ' and ‘Servant of Christ'? Is manhood innate or learned? Jim O'Day, executive director of Integrity Restored, joins Trending with Timmerie to discuss not only what it means to be a man but a man. Timmerie looks at 20 Things That Make A Man A Gentleman from a Catholic perspective. good IntegrityRestored.com

Love to Tell the Story
Let Your Servant Depart in Peace

Love to Tell the Story

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 25:06


Old Simeon's proclamation upon holding the newborn Christ Child reminds you and me that Jesus' story -- and ours -- is just beginning! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/michael-lowry/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-lowry/support

Walk In Truth Radio, Dr. James Sutton II
ENCOURAGING WORDS: SERVED or SERVANT! #drjcs2 #witrn

Walk In Truth Radio, Dr. James Sutton II

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 6:19


We must consider ourselves as servants, not to be served! The people need an example of sacrifice, humility and willingness to submit one to another! Ask yourself the question does your leader require you to serve them more than they serve you? Pastor J #drjc2 #witrn #motivation #inspiration #Grace #mery #pastorJ #freedomPERSONAL BIBLICAL TEACHING & COUNSELING AVAILABLE: CONTACT: sutton968@gmail.com   Pastor J SuttonII on WhatsApp (314)629-0024   DONATE: https://cash.app/$witcfc   https://www.paypal.me/DRJCS2   https://venmo.com/walkintruth --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/walk-in-truth-ministries/support

Servant Emmanuel Twum-Antwi
294) BE A THANKFUL CHRISTIAN

Servant Emmanuel Twum-Antwi

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 58:02


An Anointed Teaching by the Servant of God, Emmanuel Twum-Antwi. The Head Pastor of Royal Palace Chapel AG.

Servant Emmanuel Twum-Antwi
293) HOW TO KEEP THE MUCH GIVEN

Servant Emmanuel Twum-Antwi

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 31:40


An Anointed Teaching by the Servant of God, Emmanuel Twum-Antwi. The Head Pastor of Royal Palace Chapel AG.

Servant Emmanuel Twum-Antwi
292) WALK WITH GOD

Servant Emmanuel Twum-Antwi

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 135:21


An Anointed Teaching by the Servant of God, Emmanuel Twum-Antwi. The Head Pastor of Royal Palace Chapel AG.

Trinity Presbyterian, Cleveland TN Podcast
Isaiah 52:13-53-12 Behold, the Lord's Servant 2021-12-26

Trinity Presbyterian, Cleveland TN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 29:42


Pastor Philip Caines | ADVENT 2021 Sermon Date: 2021-12-26

Cornerstone Truth
Mary- God’s Humble, Persevering Servant!

Cornerstone Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 55:40


This morning we shall discover Mary, the mother of Jesus, was a woman of great character, conviction and perseverance!  At this time of the year many turn their attention to the birth of Jesus.  There is much more to the story of Mary's life than the birth of Jesus.  She was a woman of impeccable… Read more

Bear Valley Church
The Servant of Justice

Bear Valley Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021


Isaiah prophesied Jesus would bring justice hundreds of years before he was born.

Calvary Bible Baptist Church
The Perfect Servant - Audio

Calvary Bible Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 49:22


Jesus came to earth to serve, and we can learn how to serve Him by modeling how He served.

Bible Questions Podcast
Will Jesus Return Meek and Mild and as a Servant?+ (part two!) Is the organized church the whore of Babylon? Is the Institutional Church Babylon the Great? Reading Revelation 19 #359

Bible Questions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 19:29


Today we conclude our discussion of whether or not the whore of Babylon/Babylon the great - the evil entity that all of Heaven rejoices when it is burned - is actually the institutional church of today. Also: What will Jesus be like when He returns?

Bible Reading Podcast
Will Jesus Return Meek and Mild and as a Servant?+ (part two!) Is the organized church the whore of Babylon? Is the Institutional Church Babylon the Great? Reading Revelation 19 #359

Bible Reading Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 19:29


Today we conclude our discussion of whether or not the whore of Babylon/Babylon the great - the evil entity that all of Heaven rejoices when it is burned - is actually the institutional church of today. Also: What will Jesus be like when He returns?

Focus on Faith with Curtis Shelburne
Episode 42: God's Servant Comes, Asleep in a Manger

Focus on Faith with Curtis Shelburne

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 17:51


When God's enters our world at Bethlehem, He comes in a way we would never expect. A stable. A manger. A baby. THE Baby. And the greatest miracle of all: the Incarnation!

Calvary Chapel Cornerstone Covina
ISAIAH 42 "THE SERVANT OF THE LORD"

Calvary Chapel Cornerstone Covina

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021


Sermons – Cherrydale Baptist Church
The Manger was a Throne – Luke 2:1-20

Sermons – Cherrydale Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021


Is Jesus the conquering King or the humble, lowly child born in Bethlehem? Well, He's both. The way Jesus comes into the world (i.e. the manger) reveals the purpose for which He comes. The manger demonstrates: He came not to be served, but to serve and give His life as a ransom for many. He comes as a shepherd to lay His life down for the sheep. He comes as the Suffering Servant. But we can't underestimate what the manger-born, suffering Servant will accomplish. His Kingdom is established in His suffering. It's the humility of His birth, life, and death that Jesus secures His victory.

The PR Maven Podcast
Episode 164: It's Not Just About the Snow Anymore: How to Adapt to Changing Customer Preferences, With Dana Bullen, President of Sunday River

The PR Maven Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 34:42


From running the rental shop at Sugarloaf to becoming president of Sunday River, Dana Bullen joins Nancy to talk about his career in the ski business. While it may have been all about the snow when he started his career, Dana describes how people also take their experience into consideration, from the food to guest services. It all comes back to the snow at the end of the day, so Dana describes the importance of snowmaking and how Sunday River shares the snow conditions with their audience.   5:06 – After running the rental shop at Sugarloaf for less than two weeks, Dana explains how he knew he wanted to be the president of a ski resort. 7:17 – Dana describes the Sunday River brand and how he has helped continue to build it. 10:23 – Dana talks about how much marketing has changed over the years and how Sunday River has adapted. 14:46 – Nancy asks Dana about his personal brand. 19:34 – Dana shares the importance of snowmaking at Sunday River. 23:09 – Dana explains how Sunday River promotes its snowmaking. 25:51 – Dana describes how he trains team members to achieve a common vision. 31:13 – Dana provides a resource that changed how he looked at his role and responsibilities.   Quote “It's about the snow and the food. It's about the snow and the way you treat my children. It's about the snow and guest services. All of those pieces and all of the different places that people touch us, starting with the website, make us who we are and they all need to add up to something positive. Just the snow alone doesn't cut it anymore, but it all comes back to the snow at the end of the day.” – Dana Bullen, President of Sunday River.   Links: Honig Vineyard & Winery: https://www.honigwine.com/ L.L. Bean: https://www.llbean.com/ Shawnee Peak: https://www.shawneepeak.com/ Saddleback: https://www.saddlebackmaine.com/ Lost Valley: https://www.lostvalleyski.com/ “The Servant” by James Hunter: https://www.amazon.com/Servant-Simple-Story-Essence-Leadership/dp/0761513698 “The Infinite Game” by Simon Sinek: https://www.amazon.com/Infinite-Game-Simon-Sinek/dp/073521350X   Listen to Karl Strand's episode to learn more about Sugarloaf.   Activate the PR Maven® Flash Briefing on your Alexa Device.  Join the PR Maven® Facebook group.    About the guest:     With more than 30 years of ski industry and management experience, Dana Bullen began serving in his current role as resort president of Sunday River in September 2004. Prior to his promotion, Bullen worked as vice-president of partnership marketing for American Skiing Company where he oversaw corporate partnership programs for the company's entire network of resorts. He worked his way up the ski-business ladder shortly after earning a bachelor's degree in history from the University of Maine Farmington in 1988, holding various positions at Sugarloaf as well. In 2017, he was inducted into the Maine Sports Hall of Fame. A native of Farmington, Maine, Dana enjoys skiing, fishing, hunting and the Maine outdoors.   Looking to connect:           Email: dbullen@sundayriver.com Website: www.sundayriver.com

LoveIsrael.org (audio)
Isaiah Chapter 50

LoveIsrael.org (audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 31:01


There is one true living God, the God of the Bible. And it's only through scriptural truth, God's revelation from heaven, that we can make the right decisions we need to understand, biblically speaking, our God gives choices to creation. And I say creation, I'm speaking about all of humanity, both Jew and Gentile. And in order to make the right decisions, the right choices, we must rely upon God's truth, his word, scripture, when we do so we're going to find those wise decisions are going to have eternal consequences, which will bring us joy, that will bring us the promises of God, His blessings into our life again, for eternity. But if we are foolish, and we reject God's counsel, ignore His revelation, fail to apply scripture to our life, then, likewise, they're going to have eternal consequences. But this time, they're going to be disastrous, they're going to be a source of sadness, sorrow and suffering forever. So our decisions really amount to something they matter greatly.

LoveIsrael.org
Isaiah Chapter 50

LoveIsrael.org

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 31:01


There is one true living God, the God of the Bible. And it's only through scriptural truth, God's revelation from heaven, that we can make the right decisions we need to understand, biblically speaking, our God gives choices to creation. And I say creation, I'm speaking about all of humanity, both Jew and Gentile. And in order to make the right decisions, the right choices, we must rely upon God's truth, his word, scripture, when we do so we're going to find those wise decisions are going to have eternal consequences, which will bring us joy, that will bring us the promises of God, His blessings into our life again, for eternity. But if we are foolish, and we reject God's counsel, ignore His revelation, fail to apply scripture to our life, then, likewise, they're going to have eternal consequences. But this time, they're going to be disastrous, they're going to be a source of sadness, sorrow and suffering forever. So our decisions really amount to something they matter greatly.

Seven Rivers Church
Servant Love

Seven Rivers Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 38:42


Brandon Lauranzon | Isaiah 53:3-12

The Daily Promise
Saturday Review

The Daily Promise

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 6:43


Saturday is review day on The Daily Promise. Every Saturday, we review the promises of the week so we can allow them to go deep into our hearts and lives. Here are the promises we covered this week. Matthew 10:42 - Your Giving Will be Rewarded. Psalm 31:19 - God Stores up Goodness for Me Isaiah 9:6 - The Promise of Christmas. John 1:14 - God Came in the Flesh Luke 1:38 - I Am a Servant of the Lord.

The Daily Promise
I Am a Servant of the Lord

The Daily Promise

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 3:39


The Gary DeMar Podcast
Putting Government in its Place

The Gary DeMar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 18:22


Gary discusses political theory and history with his pastor, Dr. David Hall. Dr. Hall wrote an important book called Savior or Servant? that Gary believes to be an important and little-known contribution to the important topic of the Christian's response to governmental overreach and tyranny. Listen to this short but powerful interview with Dr. Hall that helps introduce his book. Get Savior or Servant? here: https://store.americanvision.org/products/savior-or-servant

The Daily Still Podcast - Guided Christian Meditations and Devotions

We invite you to join us this Advent Season as we prepare our hearts in anticipation of Christ's birth. Advent is an important rhythm of the Church. As God's people, we prayerful remember and await the coming of Messiah. The stories and scriptures may be familiar, but there is always more to ponder. In returning and remembering the story of our salvation, we embrace our part of God's story.   This meditation focuses on Mary's story and her faithful “yes” to the mystery of God. As you listen, consider with fresh insight the courage of Mary. Consider the fear she must have experienced, the vulnerability and disbelief. Ponder her consent and surrender in saying “yes” to the mystery of the Incarnation. And consider, “Where are you being invited to say 'Yes' to the divine appointments in your life?”   So find a quiet space, take several deep breaths, perhaps light an advent candle, and become aware of God with you.   Scripture references are taken from The Gospel of Luke, Chapter 1 NIV