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216 Baseball: A Cleveland Baseball Podcast
White Sox & Twins Recap

216 Baseball: A Cleveland Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 111:59


5.15.22Alex and Paul start things off by unwinding the puzzle that is our roster, and connecting it all back to the organization's decision to let Amed Rosario play SS. The guys then recap the Chicago White Sox and Minnesota Twins series, update the “Who's Hot?” and “Who's not?” list, provide an update on the AL Central standings, touch on some Guardians news, and finish up with a preview of the upcoming Reds and Tigers series.Survey Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8QFQJR6Better Help: https://betterhelp.com/216baseballSeat Geek Code: 216BASEBALLPOD-Use code to get $20 off your first purchase!Merch Store: https://216-baseball.creator-spring.com/Support the show

Dave and Jeff Show
ARE THE PADRES WASTING THEIR TIME DEVELOPING CJ ABRAMS AS A SS

Dave and Jeff Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 100:18


A NEW Dave and Jeff Show is up! Are the Padres wasting their time developing CJ Abrams as a SS? Why not develop him as a CF or are the Padres planning to use Abrams as a trade piece?

Revue de presse Afrique
À la Une: la mort à crédit d'un génocidaire rwandais

Revue de presse Afrique

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 4:13


Sa mort remonte à seize ans mais on ne l'a apprise qu'hier jeudi. Protais Mpiranya, l'un des plus recherchés génocidaires rwandais de 1994, sinon le plus recherché, était en fait décédé en 2006 au Zimbabwe. Et c'est au moyen d'une analyse ADN que la mort de ce fugitif rwandais a été confirmée. Ancien chef de la garde présidentielle, il avait été inculpé, en l'an 2000, de génocide, complicité de génocide, crimes contre l'humanité et crimes de guerre par le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda. Au Rwanda, l'information est à la Une du site de Kigali Today. Rappelant que Protais Mpiranya « était militaire et était également responsable des gardes du corps du président Habyarimana », ce journal rwandais souligne que le fugitif était « l'un des plus recherchés par la justice, et figurait également sur la liste des hommes d'affaires de Félicien Kabuga arrêtés en France en mai 2020 ». Kigali Today rapporte la réaction du procureur belge Serge Brammertz à l'annonce de la confirmation du décès de Protais Mpiranya, et selon lequel « il est regrettable que (ce dernier) soit mort sans avoir été traduit en justice ». Ce journal rwandais souligne que « lors des funérailles, sa famille et ses partisans ont écrit de faux noms sur sa tombe, dans le but d'induire en erreur ». Kigali Today rapporte aussi que le procureur Brammertz a exigé que le procès de Félicien Kabuga, qui figurait sur la même liste que Mpiranya, « soit accéléré, afin qu'il puisse être tenu responsable de ses actes alors qu'il était encore en vie ». « Tchomba » à jamais tourné vers La Mecque Obsèques, aujourd'hui à Séguéla, dans le nord de la Côte d'Ivoire, d'Amadou Soumahoro. Décédé samedi dernier, le défunt président de l'Assemblée nationale sera porté en terre après la grande prière suivie de la prière mortuaire à la grande mosquée. C'est aujourd'hui « la grande séparation en présence du chef de l'État », signale en Une Fraternité Matin. En photo, sous la manchette du quotidien gouvernemental ivoirien, d'immenses couronnes de fleurs déposées devant le portrait en pied d'Amadou Soumahoro, ceint de l'écharpe en bandoulière de président de l'Assemblée nationale. Pour l'heure, place au deuil et au recueillement, et le PPA-CI, le parti de l'ex-chef de l'État Laurent Gbagbo, « s'implique dans les obsèques d'Amadou Soumahoro », souligne LG Infos, qui y voit « une preuve de grandeur d'esprit » républicain dans une démarche de « solidarité africaine ». Toutefois, signale ce quotidien, « dans le Nord ivoirien, le RHDP, c'est-à-dire le Rassemblement des houphouëtistes pour la démocratie et la paix, et Alassane Ouattara, sont en quête d'un nouveau leader », pointe LG Infos. Bousculade au pied du perchoir ivoirien Justement. Qui pour succéder au défunt Amadou Soumahoro ? « Après les sanglots d'émotion, les chaudes larmes sincères, mais aussi des larmes de crocodile versées suite à la mort d'Amadou Soumahoro (…) place maintenant à la guerre des camps, pour sa succession au sein du RHDP », signale Soir Info. « D'ores et déjà, des prétendants au perchoir se déchirent en sourdine (…) c'est la période "des longs couteaux" au sein du RHDP », formule ce quotidien indépendant ivoirien, en référence à la nuit des Longs Couteaux, durant laquelle, en juillet 1934, Hitler avait fait liquider les SA au profit des SS. Dans les colonnes de Soir Info, un vice-président du bureau sortant de l'Assemblée nationale prévient que « la bataille pour le contrôle du perchoir » sera « âpre », la plaçant dans la perspective de « l'après Ouattara ». Selon Soir Info, « déjà, des noms circulent. Il est de plus en plus question des candidatures de Mmes Amy Toungara, actuelle présidente par intérim (de l'Assemblée nationale), et Kandia Kamissoko Camara », mais aussi de celui « de Zoumana Bakayoko, frère aîné du défunt Premier ministre Hamed Bakayoko, originaire, comme Amadou Soumahoro, de Séguéla », énonce Soir Info.

Escuchando Peliculas
El Profesor de Persa (2020) #Drama #Nazismo #Holocausto #peliculas #audesc #podcast

Escuchando Peliculas

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 126:51


País Rusia Dirección Vadim Perelman Guion Ilya Tsofin. Novela: Wolfgang Kohlhaase Música Evgueni Galperine, Sacha Galperine Fotografía Vladislav Opelyants Reparto Nahuel Pérez Biscayart, Lars Eidinger, Leonie Benesch, Jonas Nay, David Schütter, Luisa-Céline Gaffron, Alexander Beyer, Giuseppe Schillaci, Peter Beck, Andreas Hofer, Nico Ehrenteit, Marcus Calvin, Mehdi Rahim-Silvioli Sinopsis Francia, 1942. Gilles es arrestado por soldados de las SS junto con otros judíos y enviado a un campo de concentración en Alemania. Allí consigue evitar la ejecución al jurar a los guardias que no es judío, sino persa. Gracias a esta artimaña, Gilles consigue mantenerse con vida, pero tendrá que enseñar un idioma que no conoce a uno de los oficiales del campo, interesado en aprenderlo. Al tiempo que la relación entre ellos aumenta, las sospechas de los soldados van en incremento.

BK & Ferrario
The Best of BK & Ferrario - May 12th, 2022

BK & Ferrario

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 129:24


11:00 – Is Game 6 a "Must Win" for the Blues? 11:15 – Hear from Blues forwards David Perron and Tyler Bozak following practice 11:30 – Hear from Blues Head Coach Craig Berube ahead of Game 6. 11:45 – Questions & Answers 12:00 – Can this be the closest thing to the Memphis Mafia since 2011? 12:15 – Believe it or not 12:30 – Our Blues analyst Joey Vitale 12:45 – The Junk Drawer 1:00 – What are you willing to part with if it's just to solve the SS situation for 2022? 1:15 – Does the Wild's change in goaltenders change the Blues approach to Game 6? 1:30 – If you could magically improve any Cardinals players, who would it be? 1:45 – BK & Ferrario Rewind

Historia Polski dla dzieci
116 - Ukraina

Historia Polski dla dzieci

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 16:46


Odcinek o historii Ukrainy. Oczywiście nie da się 1000 lat historii omówić dokładnie w 15 minut. Tak więc jest to skrótowa historia dla dzieci. Jest tutaj dużo skrótów myślowych i uproszczeń.Prawdopodobnie wiecie, że 24 lutego 2022 roku Rosja napadła na Ukrainę. Prezydent Rosji Władimir Władimirowicz Putin twierdzi, że Ukraina powinna należeć do Rosji. Dlaczego tak twierdzi? Putin przypomina, że kiedyś Ukraina była częścią Rosji. On uważa, że dziś też tak powinno być. Czy może tak twierdzić?Zacznijmy od tego, że teren dzisiejszej Ukrainy to teren, który należał do wielu narodów. Kto mieszkał i kto rządził na terenie dzisiejszej Ukrainy?Jeżeli znacie mapę Europy to prawdopodobnie wiecie, że Bułgaria jest na dole Europy. Bułgaria dzisiaj znajduje się obok Grecji i Turcji. Jednak kiedyś Bułgarzy mieszkali na terenie dzisiejszej Ukrainy. Później na teren Ukrainy przyszli Chazarowie i wygonili Bułgarów, ci poszli dalej i zawędrowali w końcu tam gdzie dzisiaj jest Bułgaria. Chazarowie mieszkali na terenie dzisiejszej Ukrainy dość długo, a na północy od nich mieszkali Słowianie. Czy wiecie kim są Słowianie?Słowianie to ludzie, którzy mówią językami słowiańskimi takimi jak polski, czeski, rosyjski, ukraiński, bułgarski itd. Ludzie ci mieszkają głównie na wschodzie Europy. Na jakie trzy grupy dzieli się Słowian?Są Słowianie zachodni, czyli Polacy, Czesi i Słowacy. Są Słowianie wschodni czyli Rosjanie, Ukraińcy i Białorusini. Są też Słowianie południowi czyli Bułgarzy, Chorwaci itd. Nie ma Słowian północnych.My dzisiaj zajmiemy się Słowianami wschodnimi czyli Rosjanami, Ukraińcami i Białorusinami. Dzisiaj mają oni swoje języki, ale jakim językiem się posługiwali tysiąc lat temu? Ci wschodni Słowianie to byli Rusini i mówili oni językiem ruskim. Czy język ruski to jest to samo co język rosyjski? Język ruski podzielił się na trzy języki, na język rosyjski, język ukraiński oraz język białoruski. Tak więc język ruski to jakby przodek tych współczesnych języków.Później z jeszcze dalszej północy przybyli Waregowie pod wodzą Ruryka. Byli to Wikingowie. Mieszkający tam Słowianie poprosili aby Ruryk został ich wodzem i razem przepędzili Chazarów. Ci Słowianie, których księciem był wiking Ruryk nazywali się Rusami.Prawdopodobnie znacie legendę o Lechu, Czechu i Rusie. Lech to Polak, Czech to oczywiście Czech, a Rus to właśnie ci Słowianie na wschodzie, czyli Rusowie pod wodzą wikingów. Chociaż to brzmi podobnie to ci Rusowie to nie jest to samo co Rosjanie. Rusini byli oni ważni dla historii Polski. Polscy władcy walczyli z Rusami, ale też handlowali z nimi, a także żenili się z ruskimi księżniczkami. Co się stało z tymi Rusami? Pomoże nam historia języka ruskiego. Na jakie języki podzielił się język Ruski?Rusowie podzielili się na kilka grup. Powstały z nich trzy narody: Rosjanie, Ukraińcy i Białorusini. W nazwie tego ostatniego narodu jest nawet słowo “Rusini”. Ruś podzieliła się na kilka Rusi, jedną z nich była Ruś Biała i właśnie z tej Rusi powstał dzisiejszy naród białoruski. Ruś Czerwona lub Ruś Halicka to dzisiejsza Ukraina.Rurykowiczowie to była dynastia, która długo rządziła na Rusi. Było w tej dynastii wielu władców. My dzisiaj zajmiemy się tylko czterema z nich. Będziemy mówić o Ruryku, Włodzimierzu Wielkim, Jarosławie Mądrym oraz o Iwanie Groźnym.Co zrobił Ruryk? Ruryk był wikingiem, ale został wodzem Słowian wschodnich czyli Rusinów. Od jego imienia Ruryk pochodzi nazwa dynastii Rurykowiczów. Tak samo jak od Piasta pochodzi nazwa dynastii piastowskiej, albo od Jagiełły nazwa dynastii Jagiellonów. Wnukiem Ryryka I był Włodzimierz. Co zrobił Włodziemierz I Wielki? Czy się różnił chrzest Polski od tego chrztu Rusi? Mieszko przyjął religię chrześcijańską z Rzymu, czyli katolicyzm. Włodzimierz przyjął chrześcijaństwo z Bizancjum, czyli prawosławie. Polacy przyjęli katolicyzm z Rzymu, a wraz z tą religią Polacy dostali literki łacińskie, które używamy do dzisiaj. Rusini przyjęli prawosławie z Bizancjum i wraz z tą religią dostali literki greckie, które troszeczkę zmienili i używają ich do dzisiaj.Synem Włodzimierza Wielkiego był Jarosław. Co zrobił Jarosław Mądry? Jarosław Mądry podzielił Ruś pomiędzy swoich synów. Na Rusi doszło do rozbicia dzielnicowego takiego samego jak w Polsce po śmierci Bolesława Krzywoustego.Te księstwa ruskie zostały podbite przez Mongołów. Gdy państwo Mongołów osłabło Ruś podbili Litwini. Na północy pojawiło się Państwo Moskiewskie czyli dzisiejsza Rosja. Władcą tego państwa był Iwan nazywany Groźnym. Iwan Groźny ogłosił się Carem Wszechrusi. On był tylko Wielkim Księciem Moskiewskim czyli rządził tylko w jednej części Rusi. On ogłosił się jednak Carem Wszechrusi, czyli twierdził, że jest władcą wszystkich Rusinów.Dzisiaj prezydent Rosji Putin twierdzi, że ma prawo przyłączyć Ukrainę do Rosji. Co o tym myślicie? Właśnie to samo twierdził Iwan Groźny. On twierdził, że jest Carem Wszechrusi. Podobnie dzisiaj Putin twierdzi, że Rosja, Białoruś i Ukraina muszą się połączyć, bo kiedyś były jednym państwem. A co wy o tym sądzicie?Ruś podzieliła się po śmierci Jarosława Mądrego. Później podbili ją Mongołowie, a gdy oni osłabli Ruś podbili Litwini. Czy wiecie w jakich językach pisali dokumenty Litwini? Litwini mieli swój język, ale to był tylko język mówiony. Gdy więc Litwini podbili Ruś nauczyli się pisać w języku ruskim i wszystkie dokumenty pisali po rusku. Później Litwa i Polska się połączyły i Litwini zaczęli pisać dokumenty po polsku, dopiero później zaczęli pisać po litewsku. Tak więc najstarsze dokumenty litewskie są pisane w języku ruskimJak wiecie Litwa i Polska się połączyły w Rzeczpospolitą Obojga Narodów. Litwa dała wtedy Polsce część Rusi. W ten sposób powstały kraje, które dzisiaj znamy. Ta część Rusi, którą rządził Iwan Groźny to jest dzisiejsza Rosja. Ta część Rusi, gdzie rządzili Litwini to jest dzisiejsza Białoruś, a ta część, która należała do Polski to jest dzisiejsza Ukraina.Kiedy Ukraina została przyłączona do Rosji? Podczas zaborów Rosjanie zabrali prawie całą Ukrainę i przyłączyli ją do Rosji. Wcześniej jednak wybuchło na Ukrainie powstanie Chmielnickiego i wschodnia część Ukrainy została przyłączona do Rosji trochę wcześniej, bo już po rozejmie andruszowskim.Tak więc podsumowując krótko historię Ukrainy. Byli tam Bułgarzy, potem Chazarowie, potem zamieszkali tam Słowianie, którymi rządzili Wikingowie. Potem ten teren zajęli Mongołowie czyli Złota Orda. Później teren dzisiejszej Ukrainy zdobyli Litwini, którzy nie mieli swojego pisma i zaczęli pisać w języku ruskim. Litwini połączyli się z Polakami i oddali teren dzisiejszej Ukrainy Polsce. Podczas powstania Chmielnickiego część Ukrainy oderwała się od Polski i potem stała się częścią Rosji. Rosja zabrała resztę Ukrainy podczas zaborów. Po pierwszej wojnie światowej Polacy walczyli z Ukraińcami o Lwów. Potem wybuchła wojna z Rosją, w jej wyniku połowę Ukrainy wzięła Rosja, a tą część, gdzie mieszkało wielu Polaków czyli np. Lwów przyłączono do Polski. Po II wojnie światowej Rosjanie zabrali całą Ukrainę. Ukraińcy dostali niepodległość w 1991 roku czyli 31 lat temu (nagrywamy to w 2022). Historia Ukrainy się jednak nie skończyła. Jak pewnie wiecie Rosjanie i ich prezydent Putin znowu chcą przyłączyć Ukrainę do Rosji.

Karraker & Smallmon
MLB Network's Jon Morosi

Karraker & Smallmon

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 14:21


Jon Morosi stirred up the Cardinals fan base with his idea of a potential Cardinals-Red Sox deal that could materialize later in the season around Xander Bogaerts, so Jon joins Randy & Michelle today to break down the possibility of the red Sox wanting to move him in the first place, how Jon sees the cardinals current situation at SS, Gorman as the main trade piece, the likelihood of Liberatore being the big part of the trade, the similarities to this situation and Arenado in Colorado and what the Cardinals could reasonably be expected to give up in a move like this.

SithCast
Ep -74 - Ahsoka Show - A New Hope or Epic Fail?

SithCast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 151:38


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SithCast
Ep - 73 Preparing for May The 4th and Celebration 2022

SithCast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 140:56


DISCOUNT CODES:  Use code Paradox for 10 dollars off your purchase from SpecFictionshop.com:  https://www.specfictionshop.com/?ref=PARADOXNERD   Where I buy my SS products:  https://offtheracks.square.site/shop/2   Hit me up on my Social Media Pages:  Facebook Page:  https://www.facebook.com/Paradoxnerd  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theparadoxnerd  SithCast - A Star Wars Facebook Group:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/714852562330848    My Star Wars Podcast:  SithCast (Star Wars Podcast) - https://www.buzzsprout.com/710466  SithCast Star Wars Collecting Podcast - Youtube Channel:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSlfQYyvFDusFQ92UsCy9sQ

The Fast Lane
The Fast Lane - May 11th, 2022

The Fast Lane

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022


2:00 - Blues win a pivotal Game 5 2:15 - CY Bradish gets the best of the Birds 2:30 - Blues Head Coach, Craig Berube on how to handle Minnesota Wild winger, Kirill Kaprizov 2:45 - Outfield Production the biggest key? 3:00 - What's Trending 3:15 - Don't let Vladi get hot 3:30 - What about the developmental aspect? 3:45 - 5 on 5 proved to be the difference for the Blues 4:00 - The Gauntlet 4:15 - So who is the SS? 4:30 - Blues Insider at the Athletic, Jeremy Rutherford on Jordan Binnington's ability to play the puck 4:45 - Sports Six Pack 5:00 - Riding the Hot Topic: Back to back good games for Binner 5:15 - What You Missed

Catholic News
Titus Brandsma

Catholic News

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 58:11


Titus Brandsma was a Carmelite friar who was killed in the Dachau concentration camp on 26 July 1942. The Nazi invasion of Holland took place on 10 May 1940. Their persecution of the Jews is well known. Titus defended the Jewish people - especially Jewish children who attended Catholic schools. He said: "the Church in carrying out her mission makes no distinction between sex, race or people." In late 1941, Dutch Catholic media outlets were ordered to carry Nazi Party advertisements. The Catholic hierarchy asked Titus to intervene, which he did with great courage, writing to all editors of Catholic publications and pleading with them to defy the order. He was betrayed to the Nazi authorities. He was arrested on 19 January 1942 and spent seven weeks at the prison in Scheveningen, before being transferred with a hundred other prisoners to Amersfoot concentration camp. He spent nearly two months there, before being sent back to Scheveningen for further questioning. The head of the secret police called Titus "that dangerous little friar". When it became clear that Titus would not go against his conscience and give in to the demands of the Nazi party, he was sent to Dachau. He was taken to the camp 'hospital', in reality an experimental laboratory, where he suffered more degrading treatment. Finally, on 26 July 1942, an SS nurse administered the injection that would kill him. Titus Brandsma was beatified by Pope Saint John Paul II on 3 November 1985 and will be canonised by Pope Francis on Sunday 15 May 2022. +++ This audiobook, produced in collaboration with the Catholic Truth Society (CTS), was written by Hugh Clarke and is read by Pierpaolo Finaldi. It is taken from a collection of texts, published by CTS in ebook form, titled: Edith Stein, Marcel Callo, Titus Brandsma: Victims of the Nazis.

Karraker & Smallmon
Karraker & Smallmon - May 11th, 2022

Karraker & Smallmon

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 131:33


7:00 - Breath easy, Blues are in control now...no wait, he Cardinals sucks again 7:15 - Ask Uncle Randy! 7:30 - For the first time since the Stanley Cup, the Blues needed Tarasenko to step up...and he did. 7:45 - TIOLI 8:00 - Fresh Take: The Cardinals demote Paul DeJong. Is this a temporary fix? What are the options at SS now? 8:15 - HoFer Bernie Federko on Kyrou's improvements, he Blues stepping up and the play of Perunovich 8:30 - The Fight 8:45 - Jamal Mayers on how the Blues can play Kaprisov going forward, he play of ROR & the Blues matchup up the GREEF line 9:00 - Today's Big Thing: Blues Game 5 is all about the positives 9:15 - Adam Wainwright joins for "Wednesdays with Waino" to talk about a big Blues game, his struggles with COVID and the terrifying nature of Chris Carpenter 9:45 - Darren Pang breaks down the Blues win over the Wild, the impact of ROR and Binnington stepping up for the Blues

Keyes Two The City
Which #1 is in more trouble? Where's Robin? Cashman looking smart?

Keyes Two The City

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 55:26


Both 1 seeds are currently in 3 game series against their competition, but what 1 seed is in more trouble? The #Heat or The #Suns? Giannis is carrying his team currently, but where is his robin? Cashman took a lot of criticism for not going after a big name SS, but now 30 games into the season doesn't look like a bad decision from Cashman, so did he make the right decision not spending big money?

Georgia Bulldogs
The Buck Belue Show (05.09.2022)

Georgia Bulldogs

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 41:57


Hear "The Buck Belue Show" every weekday morning from 10-11a on 680 The Fan and 93.7 FM, the 680 The Fan App available on Apple and Android, with your Smart Speaker by saying Alexa or wherever you get and listen to your favorite podcast! Get the latest on the Georgia Bulldogs, Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Falcons, Georgia Tech, the World of College Football, newsmakers and more! Buck's BIG Take there are 3 keys to winning in the Major Leagues and the Braves are missing one of the keys right now plus we hear from Adam Duvall Chop It Up presented by Haug Law Group is Charlie Morton back on track after a good outing against the Brewers? Buck Belue Show Headline Atlanta Falcons Rookie Mini Camp gets underway later this week What's Poppin? Top storylines, rumors and news from the word of sports and beyond Atlanta Falcons as is this position group is still suspect as far as Buck is concerned Buck Belue Show Top 5 quick look at some of the top storylines, news and rumors around the NFL Georgia Bulldog Roundtable presented by Georgia's Own Credit Union, Haug Law Group, Georgia Pack and Load, AAA and Attorney Ken Nugent Hall of Fame and UGA Legend Kevin Butler talks Dawgs, NFL and golf Dansby Swanson is the Braves shortstop a Top 10 SS in MLB? The Final Word big crowds gathering at The Battery in Atlanta but not for what you may think See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Atlanta Braves
The Buck Belue Show (05.09.2022)

Atlanta Braves

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 41:57


Hear "The Buck Belue Show" every weekday morning from 10-11a on 680 The Fan and 93.7 FM, the 680 The Fan App available on Apple and Android, with your Smart Speaker by saying Alexa or wherever you get and listen to your favorite podcast! Get the latest on the Georgia Bulldogs, Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Falcons, Georgia Tech, the World of College Football, newsmakers and more! Buck's BIG Take there are 3 keys to winning in the Major Leagues and the Braves are missing one of the keys right now plus we hear from Adam Duvall Chop It Up presented by Haug Law Group is Charlie Morton back on track after a good outing against the Brewers? Buck Belue Show Headline Atlanta Falcons Rookie Mini Camp gets underway later this week What's Poppin? Top storylines, rumors and news from the word of sports and beyond Atlanta Falcons as is this position group is still suspect as far as Buck is concerned Buck Belue Show Top 5 quick look at some of the top storylines, news and rumors around the NFL Georgia Bulldog Roundtable presented by Georgia's Own Credit Union, Haug Law Group, Georgia Pack and Load, AAA and Attorney Ken Nugent Hall of Fame and UGA Legend Kevin Butler talks Dawgs, NFL and golf Dansby Swanson is the Braves shortstop a Top 10 SS in MLB? The Final Word big crowds gathering at The Battery in Atlanta but not for what you may think See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Příběhy 20. století
Vypálené Vařákovy paseky. Příběh z konce války ve vzpomínkách Boženy Kršákové-Vařákové

Příběhy 20. století

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 49:53


Na sklonku německé okupace Čech a Moravy se nacistické bezpečnostní a ozbrojené síly (gestapo, SS, wehrmacht) pomstily obyvatelům několika vsí a osad, kteří na Valašsku pomáhali partyzánům. Například 19. dubna 1945 vypálili členové „trestného komanda“ pasekářskou osadu Ploština a zavraždili tam přes dvacet lidí, o čtyři dny později brutálně zavraždili více než dvacet lidí v Prlově a zapálili osm domů.Všechny díly podcastu Příběhy 20. století můžete pohodlně poslouchat v mobilní aplikaci mujRozhlas pro Android a iOS nebo na webu mujRozhlas.cz.

Radiožurnál
Příběhy 20. století: Vypálené Vařákovy paseky. Příběh z konce války ve vzpomínkách Boženy Kršákové-Vařákové

Radiožurnál

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 49:53


Na sklonku německé okupace Čech a Moravy se nacistické bezpečnostní a ozbrojené síly (gestapo, SS, wehrmacht) pomstily obyvatelům několika vsí a osad, kteří na Valašsku pomáhali partyzánům. Například 19. dubna 1945 vypálili členové „trestného komanda“ pasekářskou osadu Ploština a zavraždili tam přes dvacet lidí, o čtyři dny později brutálně zavraždili více než dvacet lidí v Prlově a zapálili osm domů.

Writers Bloc
Long Term - Jays Can't Afford Both Vladdy & Bo

Writers Bloc

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 49:13


We start with the Leafs loss in Game 2 vs Tampa and how perhaps the strategy of trying to be extra tough in the playoffs has backfired. Later on a visit from Jeff Blair who discusses the lack of respect from umpires to Vlad Jr and he is not getting a number of calls. Then on Bo Bichette, he is struggling and built in a way where he can't think his way out of a problem he has to work at it and correct his mistakes. The Jays seem to have committed to Bo at SS and won't be shuffling him to 2B. Jeff feels that once you factor in the money, the Jays will not be able to retain both Vladdy and Bo. We wrap with a piece from Eno Sarris from The Athletic suggesting that teams who like to swing less - actually - win more.The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate. 

Generation Digital Workforce
159. Human-Centered Automation

Generation Digital Workforce

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 24:34


Humans as the Beneficiaries of Automation . As the pace of change driven by Intelligent Automation continues to accelerate, it's critical to make sure that removing the inefficiency from work doesn't also remove the joy from work. On this podcast, Brad speaks with Dr. Kam Star, VP Product Portfolio of SS&C Blue Prism, who explains how a human-centered automation approach can help keep the workplace as human as possible in an age when automation is changing everything around us. . Here's what we talked with Kam about: * How intelligent automation has evolved * An explanation of human-centered automation * How human-centered automation is changing the way we work and feel about our jobs * The best way for companies to put human-centered automation into practice * The importance of considering digital workers as co-workers * Which employees are the most important to upskill in most companies * The risks associated with human-centered automation * How Kam's passion for human-centered automation impacts his role at Blue Prism . To ensure that you never miss an episode of Transform NOW, be sure to subscribe!

Documentales Sonoros
Expediciones secretas nazis:El continente perdido

Documentales Sonoros

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 43:08


La Atlántida, muchos la han buscado, aunque en vano, entre ellos Heinrich Himmler y las SS,quienes estaban convencidos de que podrían encontrarla y pusieron en marcha varias expediciones.

Nats Chat
Game 26: Corbin Takes the Loss Despite Lasting 8 Frames

Nats Chat

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 39:43


The Nats lost 5-2 in Colorado, but there were many positive vibes afterward as **PATRICK CORBIN THREW A COMPLETE GAME IN COORS FIELD** (No bottom of the 9th was played). Mark (from Denver) and Al rehash the left hander''s best start in years, despite the poor defensive play behind him. Davey Martinez thinks Corbin is "back", what say you? Plus, will Riley Adams become Corbin's personal catcher moving forward? (14:40) Alcides Escobar had another bad game as he committed two errors and struck out three times. Have we reached a breaking point with Escobar playing SS this year? This leads to an updated version of the conversation about the potential for Luis Garcia to be called up. (23:01) Yadiel Hernandez collected two hits while being slotted in at DH. Hernandez is batting .371 this season and it seems he is "locked in". The hosts look at his unsual situation in terms of a potential trade, because he still is under team control until the 2027 season. (31:02) Sean Doolittle was moved to the 60 day IL. Will the southpaw need elbow surgery? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Conspiracies Inc Podcast
Episode Nine: Internationally Renowned Expert and Author of Over 20 Books on the Paranormal with David Childress

Conspiracies Inc Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 54:12


One of the most respected and popular guests in the paranormal universe,  David Childress has appeared on NBC, Fox Network, Discovery Channel, A&E, and History (e.g. Ancient Aliens). His knowledge spans  subjects from the Bermuda Triangle, Atlantis, and UFOs,  Childress chronicled his personal explorations in the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s in his Lost Cities and Ancient Mysteries series of books. His publishing company, Adventures Unlimited Press, has published over 20 of his own works along with numerous other authors, presenting fringe-scientifictheories regarding ancient civilizations, cryptozoology, and little-known technologies. In this episode, Childress brings Bryan the amazing story of the German Andromeda craft. Designed and built during WWII, the phenomena is detailed in his latest book: Andromeda: The Secret Files: The Flying Submarines of the SS.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Spotlight Podcast
ETF Investing: Protecting Your Portfolio against Higher Interest Rates and Inflation

Spotlight Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 11:02


In this episode of Spotlight, Stephanie Stanton @ETFguide chats with Paul Baiocchi, CFA & Chief ETF Strategist at SS&C ALPS Advisors. Topics covered include ETF strategies for combating higher inflation, rising interest rates and tapping into industry sectors and investment factors benefiting from the changing landscape.  ETF ticker symbols discussed in this episode are:--ALPS CLEAN ENERGY ETF (ACES)--ALERIAN ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE ETF (ENFR)--ALERIAN MLP ETF (AMLP)--ALPS HILLMAN ACTIVE VALUE ETF (HVAL)

Always with Christ
Sermons From St. Andrew's, The Feast of Ss. Philip and James, Apostles

Always with Christ

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 14:26


Sermons From Saint Andrew's is a live recording of the sermons preached from the ambo of Saint Andrew's Anglican Church in Appomattox, VA, and are presented by Fr. Damien Grout, Rector. Today brings us to the Second Sunday in Easter, commonly called "Good Shepherd Sunday." In the year 2022, this also is the Feast of Ss. Philip and James, Apostles.

San Francisco Damn Podcast with Dee Dee Lefrak
Best of San Francisco Damn 2022: Saigon Sandwiches

San Francisco Damn Podcast with Dee Dee Lefrak

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 7:01


Welcome to the San Francisco Damn awards thr best sandwiches San Francisco is Saigon Sandwich is 560 Larkin @Eddy in and the Tenderloin and there is lots of security… there are many delicious sandwiches in San Francisco and SS are great fresh and only five dollars as of this recording! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sanfranciscodamn/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sanfranciscodamn/support

Face2Face with David Peck
Love, Faith & Family

Face2Face with David Peck

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 39:28


Sara Taksler and Face2Face host David Peck talk about her new film How Saba Kept Singing, entertainment as social justice, beautiful coping mechanisms, non-violent advocacy, relationships, love and closure and putting mindfulness into action.Synopsis:Ninety-four-year-old David Wisnia never told his wife, children or grandchildren in Levittown, Pennsylvania, the whole truth about how he survived Auschwitz-Birkenau. They knew that David's singing voice had entertained the SS guards, that his musical gift had changed his fate, but no one knew what, or who, gave him the will to live: a love affair with another prisoner. Accompanying David on a trip to Poland commemorating the 70th anniversary of the camp's liberation, grandson Avi learns about Helen "Zippi" Spitzer.A talented artist whose scale model of the camp earned her privileges, Zippi was able to orchestrate their encounters and keep them safe. They promised to find each other if they survived, but the war intervened.Over 70 years later, they reunite, sharing unimaginable memories and even more startling secrets in this moving testament to the life-giving power of music.About Sara:Sara worked in late-night comedy for two decades, including 12 years at The Daily Show, where she was a senior producer. She is the director and producer of the feature film How Saba Kept Singing, Executive Produced by Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton, which will debut at Toronto's Hot Docs 2022.Taksler's previous documentary, Tickling Giants, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. The New York Times declared Tickling Giants a “first-rate documentary”, Variety called it “an ebullient ode to freedom”, it reached the number one documentary spot on iTunes, and Rotten Tomatoes scored it 100 percent. TWISTED: A Balloonamentary, Taksler's first feature film, is a lighthearted look at the world's premier balloon-twisting convention. The Hollywood Reporter hailed it a “thoroughly winning feature.” Taksler can talk backwards, has a remarkable fake sneeze, and grew an entire human inside her body while directing her most recent film.Sara's favorite song: Midnight Train to Georgia - Gladys Knight & The PipsHow Saba Kept singing is her latest documentary and is executive produced by Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton.Image Copyright and Credit: Sara Taksler & Hidden Light Productions.F2F Music and Image Copyright: David Peck and Face2Face. Used with permission.For more information about David Peck's podcasting, writing and public speaking please visit his site here.With thanks to Josh Snethlage and Mixed Media Sound. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Catholic Preaching
Two by Two Proclaiming the Gospel as of the Greatest Importance, Feast of SS. Philip and James, May 3, 2022

Catholic Preaching

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 10:40


Fr. Roger J. Landry Co-Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, Valetta, Malta Feast of SS. Philip and James, Apostles May 3, 2022 1 Cor 15:1-8, Ps 19, Jn 14:6-14   To listen to an audio recording of today’s homily, please click below: https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/catholicpreaching/5.3.22_Homily_1.mp3   The following points were attempted in the homily:  Why we celebrate […] The post Two by Two Proclaiming the Gospel as of the Greatest Importance, Feast of SS. Philip and James, May 3, 2022 appeared first on Catholic Preaching.

Cup o' Joe
"If You've Seen Me, You've Seen the Father!"

Cup o' Joe

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 23:41


Gospel of John, Chapter 14, verses 6-14We step away from the 6th Chapter of John's Gospel to celebrate a feast day - that of Ss. Phillip and James. And within it, we hear an interaction between Jesus and Phillip: Phillip wanting to see the Father and Jesus slapping his head with the palm of his hand. But here's the best news Jesus gets to remind us, too - when we hear and see and touch Jesus we hear and see and touch God. God is that good.Ss. Phillip and James, pray for us.Original Score written and performed by Bridget Zenk

Place to Be Nation Wrestling
NWA MONDAY Special: Next NWA PPV announced, and a Powerrr recap, including two title matches

Place to Be Nation Wrestling

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 34:49


On the 48 hours late episode of the SS, Scott & Dr. G announce the date & title of the next NWA PPV, then they recap last week's Powerrr, which included Junior Heavyweight and World Tag Team Title matches! So sit back and enjoy this breezy, brisk but always fun episode of the Saturday Special! TWITTER: @PTBNWrestling @DrGPTB @scottcpodfather

Choses à Savoir
Pourquoi la marque Hugo Boss est-elle accusée de nazisme ?

Choses à Savoir

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 2:37


La marque de mode Hugo Boss est bien connue, dans le monde entier, par les amateurs de vêtements élégants. Mais, durant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, le patron du groupe s'est compromis avec le régime nazi. Le tailleur d'Hitler En 1924, le couturier Hugo Ferdinand Boss commence ses activités en ouvrant un petit atelier de confection de vêtements à Metzingen, dans le Wurtemberg. La forte inflation sévissant sous la République de Weimar et la crise de 1929 compliquent ses affaires. Hugo Boss réussira à les remettre à flots en passant de fructueux contrats avec les nazis. Il commence par fabriquer les "chemises brunes" des membres du parti. À partir de 1938, sa firme fournit une partie de leurs uniformes aux soldats de la Wehrmacht et de la Wäffen SS. Le groupe emploie des travailleurs forcés, venant surtout de Pologne, et des prisonniers de guerre, qui travaillent dans des conditions très pénibles. Après la guerre, Hugo Boss se justifie en expliquant que ces commandes lui ont permis de sauver son entreprise. En réalité, l'industriel, qui avait adhéré au parti nazi dès 1931, agissait aussi par conviction. Un passé compromettant Après la guerre, Hugo Boss a été considéré comme un partisan actif du régime hitlérien. Pour cette raison, il a été condamné à verser une forte amende, d'un montant de 80.000 marks. Par ailleurs, il perd ses droits civiques et n'a plus le droit de diriger une entreprise. À sa mort, en 1948, c'est son gendre qui lui succède à la tête de la firme familiale. Le passé compromettant du fondateur d'Hugo Boss fut tenu sous le boisseau durant des décennies. Il faudra attendre la fin des années 1990 pour qu'il soit révélé par un journal américain à grand tirage. Face à ces accusations, le groupe, qui a tout de même pris son temps, a décidé de jouer la transparence. En effet, en 2011, Hugo Boss présente ses excuses pour les souffrances endurées par les travailleurs forcés employés dans ses usines durant la guerre. Et il finance même une biographie consacrée à Hugo Boss, qui ne cache rien du passé nazi du créateur de la célèbre marque de vêtements. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Cup o' Joe
What Do We Pursue and Why Do We Do It?

Cup o' Joe

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 22:43


Gospel of John, Chapter 6, verses 22-29Jesus, after feeding the 5,000 and walking on the water, is pursued by the crowd. However, Jesus is not flattered by their attention. Instead, He challenges them by asking what their intentions are in pursuing Him. It's a good question and one that remains as strong all these years later. Ss. Athanasius and Thomas, pray for us.Original Score written and performed by Bridget Zenk

Always with Christ
The Order for Evening Prayer, May 1, The Feast of Ss. Philip and James, Apostles

Always with Christ

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 15:17


The Order for Evening Prayer according to the usage of the Book of Common Prayer, 1928, for May 1, The Feast of Ss. Simon and James, Apostles.

Mosaic Boston
Believing Against Hope

Mosaic Boston

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 56:26


Heavenly father, we glorify you. We focus our full attention upon you right now. Help us remove any distractions, any worries, any anxiety and help us focus only on you. We glorify you often in our lives. You're just too small because we aren't glorifying you. We're glorifying things ourselves. We pray, remove all of that and help us focus on Jesus Christ on his life, his death, his burial, his resurrection. And because of all of everything he's done, we have access to the presence of God with a righteousness that is not our own. That's the prerequisite to be in the family of God to have a righteousness that is perfect. We thank you that when we repent of sin, believe in you, Jesus, you give us that righteousness as a gift. And we thank you, Holy Spirit that you are with us today. And I pray Holy Spirit, minister to us, minister to our souls. If there's any heartache or heartbreak, I pray today. Send healing and help us revel in this truth and help us go deeper into it. What does it mean that I'm justified by grace through faith? Holy Spirit ignite our hearts to then live out this incredible, incredible calling and identity. And we pray, all this in Christ holy name. Amen. So I'm walking down the street today on the way to church and I'm in the zone. If you know me, when I'm in the zone, I don't really notice anything else. I'm in the zone. And then these two ladies are walking in my direction and one of the ladies points at me and says, "That guy is definitely going to church." I broke lots of categories. I've seen the nice lady from the park. My wife knows her and she knows our daughters. And then she's with her friend. She's like, "That guy is a priest." And says, "You're a priest. Right?" And I was like, "Close enough. Priest, rabbi, pastor, whatever." I'm just telling people about God. And then her friend goes, "Where's your church?" And I said, "Mosaic Boston, right there on Beacon Street." She said, "Can I come?" I was like, "Of course you can come." And then I realized a lot of people don't go to church because no one's invited them. So it's just a reminder that we should be inviting people into the house of prayer. Today, the title of sermon is believing against hope in Romans 4:13 through 25. How are we saved by grace through faith? That's the only way we're saved by grace through faith in Jesus Christ. But often we put too much of emphasis on our own faith because faith is how you grow in knowledge of God. We want our faith strength about how do you strengthen your faith? That's the question before us. Especially when everything is hopeless. I'll start with the quote by BB Warfield, tremendous theologian. He says, "The saving power of faith, resides thus not in itself, but in the almighty savior on whom it rests. It is not strictly speaking, even faith in Christ that saves, but that Christ saves through faith." Christ saves through faith. Faith is the instrument by which God saves us and by which we enter into a saving relationship with him. But faith is not our own. Saving faith is not our own. Saving faith is a gift from God. You can't muster saving faith. You can only ask. And when you ask, receive it with humility and exercise that faith. If we could muster our faith, if we're going to even muster an ounce of faith on our own, then we would still get credit a little bit for our salvation. But this is the beauty of Christianity. There is nothing. There is nothing that you can take credit for when it comes to being safe. Salvation is all grace. 100%. You can do absolutely nothing to save yourself. So that gets us into a position of incredible helplessness and hopelessness. I can't do a thing to save myself. And now we have ears to hear the good news of Jesus Christ. We can hear about grace. The context Paul has made clear, whenever any anyone got saved, or get saved, or will get saved, it's only by justification through faith. And he points to the example of Abraham. We talked about that last week. That Abraham, before he offered up Isaac on the altar, even before he obeyed God with circumcision, before all of that, God made him a promise that you will be blessed and I will send you a son. God made that promise. And Abraham believed the promise. And Genesis 15 says, "God counted righteousness to Abraham. Mercy did not eclipse justice. God saves us by satisfying his divine justice on the cross." So the today we're Romans 4:13 through 25. Would you look at the text with me. For the promise to Abraham and his offspring that he would be heir of the world did not come through the law, but through the righteousness of faith. For if it is the adherence of the law who are to be the heirs, faith is null and the promise is void. For the law brings wrath, but where there is no law, there is no transgression. That is why it depends on faith in order that the promise may rest on grace and be guaranteed to all his offspring. Not only to the adherent of the law, but also to one who shares the faith of Abraham who is the father of us all. As it is written, I've made you the father of many nations. And the presence of the God, in whom he believed, who gives life to the dead and calls into existence the things that do not exist. In hope, he believed against hope, that he should become the father of many nations as he had been told, "So shall you offspring be." He did not weaken in faith when he considered his own body, which was as good as dead since he was about a hundred years old, or when he considered the bareness of Sarah's womb. No distress made him waiver earning the promise of God, but he grew strong in his faith as he gave glory to God, fully convinced that God was able to do what he had promised. That is why his faith was counted to him as righteousness. But the words, it was counted to him were not written for his sake alone, but four ours also. It will be counted to us who believe in him, who raised from the dead, Jesus, our Lord, who was delivered up for our trespasses and raised for our justification. This is the reading of God's holy inerrant, infallible, authoritative word may write these eternal truths upon our hearts. And usually at this point in the sermon, I say those three points, the frame of our time together are one, two, three. I have no points today. The reason why I do the points is number one. So you don't think I'm making stuff up on the fly. That actually did work during the week, which I do because I met a guy this week. He's like, "Oh, you're a pastor. So you only work one day a week." I said, "Actually, only 45 minutes. That's it." And he laughed, I laughed. We all laughed. I went home and cried. And then also I do the points, so you can track in your mind how much more do I need to pay attention? Like how much more brain energy. Just follow the verses. We're going to frame up our time with the verses, versus 13 through 25. Verse 13, would you look at the text. For the promise to Abraham and his offspring that he would be heir of the world did not come through the law, but through the righteousness of faith. So God made a promise to Abraham that he would be the heir of the world, and that promise wasn't just given to him, it was given to his progeny, his heirs, everyone that came after him. And earlier in the text, he said, "Everyone who believes Abraham is our father." He continues that same stream of thought here. So God goes to Abraham and he promises, "You're going to be the heir of the world." Heir of what? Heir of everything. What is an heir. An heir is someone who inherits something incredible. So if your grandfather, great uncle died and he was wealthy and he was generous, he includes you in the will. And then you get inheritance. I come from a family of immigrants. My parents came here with $700 in their pocket. My grandfather, who was the only grandparent I had when we immigrated, he came here with nothing. So he saved up over the course of years. And when he died, he had $6,000 in his bank and he wrote out a will. And he is like, "This is what I want you to do with the $6,000. I want you to make an album with pictures of me and my family. And I want you to give one of those albums to every single member of the family." That's a treasured inheritance I got from my grandfather. But if you grew up here and your family has been here for generations, perhaps there's inheritance coming. And that's exciting. We get excited about inheritance. But God promises Abraham and not just money. He promised him that you will inherit or your heirs will inherit everything. Obviously, the only true and proper heir of God the father is God the son. Jesus alone is worthy to inherit the kingdom that God has promised. But through the gift of faith, the righteousness that is imputed by faith, the righteousness of Christ, we're adopted into the family of God. And because we're adopted into the family of God, we're now sons and daughters of God the father with Jesus Christ as our older brother. So thanks to this adoption. Apart from this adoption, we're spiritual orphans. And not just spiritual orphans, we're not children of God, the father. Apart from Jesus Christ, you need to know this is important. Apart from Jesus Christ, you're not a child of God. Jesus makes it clear in the gospel of John that apart from faith in Christ, you are a child of Satan. So we need to believe in Jesus Christ, get the prerequisite righteousness to be adopted into the family of God the father. And when we are adopted, we become co-heirs of the world with Christ. Verse 5 of Matthew 5, this is the Sermon on the Mount. Jesus Christ said, "Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth. With the coming of the Messiah, the promise of a land in Canaan, God promised to Abraham, "You're going to get land in Canaan. That's the promised land." Jesus Christ comes and he said, "The meek shall inherit the earth.Canaan So the promise has been universalized to the entire earth and thus, the notion held by contemporary dispensationalist. Do you know what those are? Any Christian that has a lot of charts that loves charts, probably dispensationalist. Just out of nowhere they get a chart and they can timeline, and they can tell you when Jesus is coming back, et cetera, et cetera. The contemporary dispensation, they believe that Israel, because modern day Israel was established that that is the fulfillment of the promise that God gave to Abraham which isn't true. As we shall see, when we get to Romans 9 through 11, the return of the Jews to their Homeland, while in amazing act of God's providence, and perhaps it's related to the conversion that will come of Israel before the end of the age. But the land promise has nothing to do whatsoever with the promise given to Abraham when God made a covenant with him. So Paul follows the lead of the prophets. He follows the lead of Jesus Christ, the Messiah, and he universalizes the promise to extend to the ends of the earth. Way, way beyond the original boundaries of the promised land, the Nile and Euphrates. So what does it mean that Christians, followers of God will inherit the earth. And here we want details. We want all the details, Lord. Give me some details. What kind of land am I getting an inheritance? Lord, can I have some waterfront property, in a very warm location? If you don't like the ocean, Lord, can I have some mountains? I've been living in the city for 13 years. I'm like, Lord, can I just have a parking spot? And when I inherit, whatever, can I just get a park? But we don't get details. It should be enough that God promises that when you believe in Jesus is great, you will live forever in the presence of God and you will inherit the world. My daughters when they were younger, I'd say, "Get in the car. We're going on a trip." And no questions, no questions ever, they're like, "Let's go. Let's go." And now that they're older, they're like, "I need a detailed itinerary. I need to know if this trip is worth it." This past week, our family got invited to go... My friend is a minister at Brown University, Athletes in Action, and they were doing a senior sendoff where he's like, "Can you come give them a charge?" And I gave them a charge. I said, "You're going to need to tremble before God's word." It was tremendous. I brought my daughters. I was like, "Little ladies, let's go. I want you to meet these college athlete, men and women. They're scholars. They're athletes. They're Christians. They work hard. They love the Lord. They've got a tremendous pain tolerance. They're doing great." And then my girls are like, "Well, who's going to be there? What kind of food are we going to have? Will there be any children? "And Milana is like, "Will there be any toys?" Because apparently when you're four and you go to someone else's house, all the toys are brand new. They're all brand new. And that's what we want. I'm like, "We're going to have fun. We're going to be together. We're going to make it..." And it was good. Details don't matter as much with the Lord. I promised you eternal life. I promised you an inheritance. The more important question isn't the details of the inheritance, the more important question is can I lose my inheritance or can I get more of the inheritance? Well, first, no, you can't lose the inheritance because the inheritance doesn't depend on your performance. The inheritance that God is offering isn't based on your perfection., It's based on the direction of your life. Are you following Jesus Christ? The moment you repent of your sins and you turn to Jesus Christ, you're justified by grace through faith. Now you are son, a daughter of God. You will get an inheritance. You can't lose that inheritance, but you can get more of that inheritance. And this is 1 Corinthians 3, one of the classic sermons ever preached at Mosaic. It's in the app. Pastor Andy Davis preached a sermon called how much heaven do you want? I go back to that sermon all the time. One of the most powerful. He's like, how much do you want? How much heaven do you want to inherit? And he talks about the capacity to experience the presence of God. That's expanded here in this life and the next life. Once that capacity expands, you get to experience more of God. So yes, it's only by faith that we're save. It's only by faith that we get an inheritance, but that faith needs to be authenticated with obedience or else it's not true faith. I say the direction of life, because I think of Christianity like this because Jesus Christ talked about this in the Sermon of the Mount. He said, "Look, the way that leads to destruction is broad, and there's a lot of people going down that path. But the way that leads to life is narrow. It's straight and narrow." So it's like you're going through life, going through life, going from broadened path. And the God just stops you. He stops you. He elects you. He saves you. He gives you the gift of faith, gift of repentance. All of a sudden you're sealed with the Holy Spirit and he turns you around. And that's what repentance is, a change of mind, change of heart, change of direction. And then he puts you on the straight and narrow and he says, "Follow me." He locks you into this path. Another way to think about it is I think about it like a rollercoaster. Like you were on a roller coaster going to hell. You were on that. And then God takes you off that ride. It's terrible. It feels like fun, but you're on hell. And then he puts you on the ride going straight to heaven. You sit down. He locks you in with grace. You can't get out. The teaching of grace and salvation. You can't get out. And if you want to get out, you should tell me, and then I'll point you to Hebrew 6 and Hebrews 10, which is like, "No, no, you don't want to get out." It locks you in. And on the rollercoaster, sometimes there are highs and you're like, "Christianity is the best. Jesus is coming back soon. People are getting saved. And then sometimes, the rollercoaster goes down and you're like, "Jesus, could you please come back? Got it ready. Ready to go." It's up and down. But the obedience needs to authenticate the faith. So Abraham gets saved by grace through faith. That's Genesis 15 and then comes the sign of the covenant, the sign of circumcision. And then in Genesis 22, he calls Abraham to sacrifice his son on the altar. We talked about that last week and then the angel of the Lord stops him and he says, "Now, I know that you fear the Lord." And then the angel continues the verse 15 of Genesis 22. And the angel of the Lord called to Abraham a second time from heaven and said, "By myself, I have sworn." Why? Because there's nothing higher by which God can swear than by himself. "By myself I have sworn," declares the Lord, "because you have done this and have not withheld your son, your only son. I will surely bless you and I will surely multiply your offspring as the stars of heaven, and as the sand that's in the seashore, and your offspring shall possess the gate of his enemies. And in your offspring shall all the nations of the earth be blessed because you have obeyed my voice." I thought it was by grace through faith? Yeah, it is by grace. That's how it starts. That's how you get justified. But then begins the hard work of sanctification of following God on a daily basis. And then God said, "Okay, you believed it was grace and now your faith is authenticated with your obedience." And Paul will elaborate more on this later in the letter. But for now, he wants to emphasize the heirs of Abraham and his seed do not receive the promise inheritance through the law. It's not through performance, but through faith. And it's not through performance because Abraham lived. God made that promise 430 years before the 10 commandments were given to Moses on Mount Sinai. Galatians 3:17 through 18. This is what I mean, the law, which came 430 years afterward does not know a covenant previously ratified by God. So as to make the promise void for if the inheritance comes by the law, it no longer comes by promise, but God gave it to Abraham by a promise. God promises Abraham and inheritance before the law. So it was all by faith. Abraham believes that he was justified by faith. And Paul's point is of course he wasn't justified by works. There was no law yet. In Galatians 2:16, yet we know that a person is not justified by works of the law, but through faith in Jesus Christ. So we also have believed in Christ Jesus in order to be justified by faith in Christ and not by works of the law because by works of the law, no one will be justified. He continues in verse 14 for if it is the adherence of the law who are to be the heirs, plural, faith is null. And the promise is void. The way you're saying is you can't earn your inheritance by keeping the law. That's not how inheritance works. Why do you get inheritance from anybody? You didn't earn the inheritance. Someone else worked for years to get whatever the stuff that you're inheriting. You're only gifted it because you're part of the family or you were treated like family. So how do you become part of the family of God to make sure that you get this inheritance by keeping the law? No, of course not. Only by grasping onto the promise. God, you promised. God, you promised me that when I repented my sins and I believe in Jesus Christ, my Lord and savior, you promise me that all my sins are forgiven. I'm filled with the Holy Spirit. I will live for eternity in the presence of God, and I get an inheritance. And God has given us this promise. All we have to do is believe in the promise. You mean there's nothing I can do to make myself righteous before God? No. Even if today you got this incredible resolve and you say, "You know what? I have sinned. I've sinned. And I feel a weight of my sin. All right, from here on out, the church inspired me today. From here on out, I will live a sinless life. No more sin. I will love God with all my heart, soul, strength, and mind. I will love my neighbor as myself. I will do it." See, the loving God part, it's easy because he is perfect. But then you go home and you're like, "I got to love God. I Got to love my neighbor. Got to love God. Got to love my neighbor." And then all of a sudden you realize, "Yeah, I have neighbors on every single side of me." And then they turn on their music and you're like, "I got to keep loving them." And then they start cooking and you're, "What's that smell?" And then you open the window because of the cooking, and then a smell of skunk begins to waft in. My daughter think it's a skunk because that's why I keep telling her. I was like, "That's skunk. There's a lot of skunks in Boston." They're just stories full of skunks all around us. You just got to keep low. You got to keep low then after you're like, "Yeah, I'll start tomorrow. I'll start tomorrow." Every good diet starts on a Monday. Every righteous path starts tomorrow. No, you can't. Even if you try, you can't, you can't, you can't. Why? Because the law brings wrath. That's verse 15. For the law brings wrath, but where there is no law, there is no transgression. The law brings wrath. What does it mean? He means that the law does not affect salvation. It can't save you. It does not affect justification or forgiveness. If you trust in your keeping of the law in your performance, all you're doing is keeping up wrath for the day of judgment. But there is a law and we've all transgressed that law. If God didn't tell us how to live, we could live anywhere we want. We'd be autonomous. We'd be absolutely independent. We can define reality as we want to define reality. And that's how most Americans live. And that's why the wrath of God is being poured out. Even on this country, we're not free. There is a law. People think we're free. Dostoevsky said, "If there is no God, then all things are permissible." That's how most people live. I'm a law to myself. I'm a God of my own life. I'm lure to myself until things get hard, and then people start crying out to God. And once you start thinking about God, you're like, "Oh, maybe he does have obligations upon me that are written on my heart." There's no way. There's nothing we can do to justify for our sins. One of the things I've been noticing now that I'm a soccer dad, we have three practices and three games every week. It's a 20-hour commitment by the way. But my girls are tremendous at it. One of my girls scored three goals yesterday. She wasn't even trying. She wasn't even trying. Coach called her secret weapon. He said, "Protect the secret weapon." But one of the things I noticed with the parents, they're really good parents. They're really nice people. Really nice. I love meeting them. Really nice people. Just tremendous, tremendous people. And I invited this one guy to church and then he's like, "You're a pastor?" Oh, that's the guy that said, "You only work a day a week." So I invited him to church and he's like, "They let you be a pastor?" I was like, "For now. You should come." Such a good dad. Just a good dad. Had a little birthday party for his daughters and he invited all the kids cup. Just good. How can I tell this guy he's on his way to hell? I realized be being a good parent is not virtuous. That doesn't add any virtue. You're just doing the bare minimum. It's just expected of you that you're going to be a good parent. Just because you're human, it's not virtuous to be a good parent. No, the standard is so much higher. The standard is perfection. The standard is absolute untainted love. There is a law and we've transgressed that law. We've transgressed it with sins of commission. That's doing bad things. And sins of omission. That's not doing the good things that we know we're supposed to do. We failed to do them. We have debts accruing against us in God's economy. So we do pray to forgive us our debts. "Lord, forgive us our trespass and our transgressions. Lord, please forgive me because I know I deserve your wrath." And the wrath he's talking as punitive wrath. It's not corrective wrath. There's a difference. In Hebrews 12, there is a corrective wrath. God the father loves his children and when his children disobey, he does discipline us. That's Hebrews 12. And here he's talking about punitive wrath that God takes our law breaking personally. Because God is the law giver. When we sin, we're not sinning against some abstract norm or piece of legislation some people somewhere. Now, we're sitting against the law giver himself who is good and loving. And that's why you gave the law, and he wrote the law on our hearts. It's for our good. It's for human universal flourishing. So when we break that law, we break God's heart. And when we break God's heart, what we deserve in response is wrath. It's a personal affront against God every time we sin. That's why sin is so egregious. It's a personal attack against a great God, a holy God. A God who's been nothing but good and loving to us. And then the only time that he became a human, we mocked him and ridiculed him, scorned him and crucified him instead of glorifying him. Romans 4:16. That is why it depends on faith in order that the promise may rest on grace and be guaranteed to all his offspring. Not only to the adherent of the law, but also to the one who shares the faith of Abraham who is the father of us all. He says, "That's why it depends on faith." In the reformation there's the five solas. Sola fide, that's one of them. That's only by faith we're saved. Sola gratia, only by grace. Solus Christus, only by the work of Christ. Our justification is by grace through faith only because of Christ. But why is it by justification by faith? Because it rests on the promise of grace. Since you didn't earn it, your salvation, you can't lose it. That's why he uses the word guarantee. Guaranteed to all his offspring. So if God saves you, that's a gift. And if you didn't earn it, if you receive the gift, you can't lose it. When God adopt someone into his family, you're adopted forever. God is a good father who never loses a child. Once saved, always saved because you're always persevering. You're always following. And look, this is what scripture teaches. And I grew up in a church that did not teach this. They were very Armenian. In that, they're like, "You know what? You never know." You ask anyone and they're like, "Hey, are you going to heaven today if you die?" And they're like, "I hope so." And that was kind of like the culture of the church where it's like... Before communion Sunday, I used to dread communion Sunday, because they're like, "If you sin this week, you don't take part in communion." I was like, "Sin this week? I sin this morning. I sin on the way to church. I love everyone like 100%. No, they're sin, they're sin, they're sin." That's the sanctification part. No, but the justification part, that's all the work of Christ. Therefore, we're saved for all eternity. The doctrine of assurance, of salvation, you can be sure. So this is a very important question. Today, are you sure that you are going to spend eternity with God? Are you sure? Do you have that assurance right now? Are you 100% sure? And if there any hesitation in your mind, you need to go back to the doctor and justification by grace through faith. I am not saved because of my performance. I'm saved because of Christ's performance. I believe in Christ therefore I'm justified by grace through faith. You can be sure. You should be sure. And then of course we're called to make our election sure, but our salvation doesn't depend on our obedience of the law. Because our righteousness depends on faith, rest on grace is guaranteed to everyone who follows in the footsteps of faith of Abraham. Everyone who shares in this faith that righteousness, alien righteous, not ours can be imputed, gifted to us because of Christ. Verse 17, "As it is written, I've made you the father of many nations in the presence of the God in whom he believed. Who gives life to the dead and calls into existence to things that do not exist." Abraham here is called the father of many nation. So he is not just the father of Isaac. He's not just the father of his progeny. He's not just the father of the Jews. Abraham here is considered the father of anyone who trusts in the same promise that he embraced that there's a righteousness that can be counted to us from God. We're the seed of Abraham by faith in Christ. Abraham believed God. Abraham believed God and he got God's presence. That's what it says in verse 17. And the presence of God in whom he believed. So he got a promise from God and he got the presence of God. And that's the only thing he had to sustain him for 25 years. 25 years, from the day God promised him, "Hey, I'm going to give you a son." For 25 years he woke up, nothing. Woke up, nothing. God reaffirmed a few times. Nothing, nothing, nothing. But he believed, and he believed that God is a God who gives life to the dead and calls into existence the things that do not exist. God is a creator. He's the only creator. He's the creator who creates ex nihilo, something out of nothing. No one else can do that. Not even Satan. Satan can't create a thing. Satan counterfeits and he ruins everything else that God creates. So it's convenient that God can create something out of nothing, life out of death because of verse 18. In hope, he believed against hope. In hope, Abraham believed against hope that he should be the father of many nations as he had been told, so shall your offspring be. So there's two hopes here and then there's a faith. In hope, he believed against hope. What's the hope that he's believing against? That's just normal hope. This is what normal people feel like that you wake up and you're like, "I could be negative or I could be positive. All right, I should be positive. I could be a pessimist or I could be an optimist. I want to be a glass half full kind of person, so I'm going to be an optimist today." It's natural. You muster it up, this hope and you... People say this all the time. I trust everything will work out. I think everything will work out for the good. And usually they say that because they look past at their track record in their life and they're like, "You know what, things have always kind of worked out, so I think they kind of work out." But if you study investment, you know that past results don't guarantee future performance. Everything could be great and everything could have been working out, and then you just die. Oh, it didn't work out. So there's normal hope and then there's a hope that goes beyond, a transcended hope. That's hope and faith together in hope he believed. And he believed against all of the evidence. All of the evidence that he is accruing about his circumstances. This point to the fact that God lied. And then he goes back to the promise of God, and he looks beyond his circumstances. This is why in prayer, it's so helpful to close your eyes. And by the way, in worship, it's so helpful to close your eyes. That's why you should memorize the worship songs. Every newsletter I sent out at the bottom of the newsletter is a list of all of the worship songs for Sunday. I'm telling you, worship could be so much more powerful if everyone just closed their eyes and sang the song as memorized. By the way, you can anytime just sing and you just glorify God. You can close your eyes. You can't see your circumstances. You just focus on God and then all of a sudden you're like, "My circumstances, aren't that important? My circumstances are not sovereign." God is sovereign. "My circumstances even when they're hopeless, even when they're helpless, they're not God." And I trust in the God for whom nothing is impossible. Do you believe that? Do you believe that for God, nothing is impossible. Nothing. And if you do, that changes everything. What is the hope that Abraham was beyond? He was beyond that humanly speaking, God's promise could have. If God came to Abraham when Abraham was in his 20s and like, "Hey man, you're going to have a kid." He's like, "You know what? I could see that. I could see that, Sarah. Yeah, we're still young." God comes to Abraham when he's 75. He's like, "You're going to have a kid." He's like, "Are you sure?" And he goes and tells his wife, Sarah, she's like, "I'm 65. We're going to have a kid?" And they believed, and then God waits another 25 years. So then Sarah is 90. Abraham is 100 and God is like, "Yep, you're going to have a kid". And then Abraham and Sarah hears... And Sarah, all she can do is she just laughs because the absurdity of it. She's like, "I'm 90. I'm going to have a kid at 90? That's crazy." She's like, "Abraham, you're in a wheelchair. What are you going to have a stroller? This is nuts. This is crazy. We're not going to..." Circumstances, no reason for hope. He's hopeless. He's helpless. But he continues to trust in God when humanly speaking hope had reached a limit. It hope he believed against hope. And this is the true faith, vibrant faith. A faith that saves. And the same way that Abraham was helpless, and the same way that his wife's womb, there was no life in it. And that same way, our souls are in need of resurrection. Our hearts are in need of resurrection. This is what the connection between Paul and Abraham. So what is true hope? What is this true faith? Well, it consists of three parts. First, you need the information. If you are going to get saved by grace through faith, what's the information about God that I need to know? You learn the information. God is holy. We have transgressed his law. There's a chasm between us. We are on our way to hell. Jesus Christ, the son of God, second person of the Trinity comes lives a perfect life, no sin, and then takes that moral record to the cross, pays our debt, absorbs the wrath of God for our transgression. He absorbs the curse that we deserve to extend to us the blessing that he earned. And then he dies. And because of resurrection from the dead, everything that he did and everything he taught is obviously true. God accepts his sacrifice. Now by grace through faith, we can be saved. That's the info. After the info, you need to ask, is it true? Is this true? Is it verifiable? And it is verifiable. These are all historic things that happened. Jesus Christ's historical figure. He had disciples. People knew him. 500 people saw the resurrection of Jesus Christ. It transformed world history like no event. We literally stopped time and all of a sudden started recounting. Your birthday is measured from his birthday. Obviously it's true. Now the question is, info is it true? Do I commit? Do I commit? Can I entrust myself to Jesus Christ? We're justified by faith and trusting in Christ alone for our salvation. Abraham didn't just believe in God. Even Satan believes in God. No, he entrusted himself to God. He knew the person of God. He knew that God doesn't lie. Faith isn't blind. It's just a different kind of sight. And he saw that this was true with the eyes of a soul. Faith isn't absurd. It's not foolishness. It's not baseless. Faith is ultimately trusting what is preeminently trustworthy and that's God in hope he believed against hope. Is it reasonable to believe in situations like this? No. Look at your situation. That's not reasonable to believe. You ever feel like that in your Christian walk? Is it reasonable to keep following Jesus? Especially when things get hard, especially when you suffer. Is it reasonable? For all intents and purposes Abraham's body was as good as dead. That's what it says in verse 19. He did not weaken in faith when he considered his own body, which was as good as dead since he was about 100 years old or when he considered the bareness of Sarah's womb. Looked at himself, looked at his wife. All he saw was hopeless and he had to close his eyes and looked beyond. How could I possibly believe even the promise? Well, because of the promise giver. The promise giver is the promise keeper. Because he's God and God can't lie. It's against his nature. The only hopeless thing is the idea that the promise would not come to pass. And in Romans 4:20, I love this verse so much. No unbelief made him waiver. Concerning the promise of God, but he grew strong in his faith as he gave glory to God. Fully convinced that God was able to do what he had promised. When doubt came, Abraham fought off the doubt with the promises of God. And not just with the promises of God, but the presence of God. How did he do that? How did he strengthen his faith? Tremendous question. How do you strengthen your faith? Through Bible study, helpful and necessary. Studying theology, helpful and necessary. Time and prayer, helpful and necessary. Worshiping God on your own, helpful and necessary. That's not what it says. He did not strengthen his faith by focusing on his faith because when you're focusing on your faith, you're focusing on yourself. And when you're focusing on yourself... That could be discouraging, especially when life is hard. No, that's not what he did. He didn't do any of that. When he felt most hopeless and most helpless, it says that he gave glory to God. He gave glory to God. "God, I glorify you for everything that you are and everything that you have done in the past and everything you will do in the future. God, I glorify you." You know what that means? That means you recognize God for who he is. He's the great God of the universe. You glorify him. And also the word assumes that there is a magnification that happens, where as you're glorifying God, he gets so much bigger. Your problems get so much smaller and that's why your faith grows. Glorify God when you're happy, but also glorify God when you're sad. That's what really grows faith. It's easy to glorify God when everything's tremendous. Isn't it? That's why I think in these churches where the pastors have their own airplanes, it's just kind of easier to believe and it's easier to preach because the guy is like, "Of course God loves me. Look at my plane. Does it anyone want to go for a trip. I'm going to Cancun on a mission trip this weekend." Of course, God loves me. Why wouldn't you want to become a Christian? You can be tremendous like me. Look at me. Look at my plane. That doesn't grow my faith. I mean, God gave me a plane. You know what grows my faith, when everything is terrible. Like humanly speaking. And when you're suffering. And when there is a despondent, a sadness of the soul and you can still say, "Praise be to God. Glory to God." That right there will grow your faith like nothing else. And this is absolutely biblical. This is a story of Job. He had nothing because he lost everything. God allows Satan to take his children and to take his wealth and to take his health. In Job 1:20 through 21, then Job arose and tore his robe and shaved his head and fell on the ground and worshiped. And he said, "Naked, I came from my mother's womb and naked shall I return?" The Lord gave. The Lord has taken away. Blessed be the name of the Lord. Does your theology allow for a verse like this? It has to. We all experience seasons like this. If not, you will. And then finally, he still had his health and then he lost his children, lost his wealth and then Satan is like, "Can I take his health?" And God is like, "Okay." And Job 2:9 through 10. Then his wife said to him, "Do you still hold fast your integrity? Curse God and die." But he said to her, "You speak as one of foolish women would speak. Shall we receive good from God? And shall we not receive evil?" In all this, Job did not sin with his lips. Can you say, "God, I glorify you" when you're experiencing evil? Well, that's the only way to have a faith that really saves and to exercise that faith. Romans 8:26 through 30, "Likewise the spirit helps us in our weakness. For we do not know what to pray for as we ought. But the spirit himself intercedes for us with groanings too deep for words." Have you ever prayed like that? Where you're in prayer and you're praying, and you're praying, you're out of words, but you know prayer isn't over. And all you can do is just groan. And you say to Holy Spirit, "Pray for me. Jesus, pray for me." As the Holy Spirit just begins to groan with groanings too deep for words. And he who searches hearts knows what is the mind of the spirit, because the spirit intercedes for the saints according to the will of God. And we know that for those who love God, all things work together for good. For those who are called according to his purpose, for those whom he foreknew he also predestined to be conformed to the image of his son in order that he might be the first born among many brothers. And those whom he predestined he also called. And those whom he called he also justified. And those whom he justified, he also glorified in the past tense. It's all in the past tense. He justified, that's past tense. Sanctifies us. And then he's like glorification, this is in heaven. When we get the new body, completely no sin, no imperfections, just absolutely healthy. He's like, "Your glorification is so sure it's in the past tense." Faith grows just like Jesus said it would. If you have faith as tiny as the grain of a mustard seed, you can move mountains because it's not about the faith. It's about the object of your faith. That's why St. Paul wants to move. Yes, you're saved by grace through faith. You have faith in Christ, in Christ. All the focus is on Christ. And then with that faith, he exercised and Abraham believed and he obeyed, and he was strengthened in his faith, and he gave glory to God. Isaiah 46:38 says, "A voice says cry and I said, 'What shall I cry?' All flesh is grass, and all its beauty is like the flower of the field. The grass withers and the flower fades when the breath of the Lord blows on it. Surely the people are grass. The grass Withers, the flower fades, but the word of our God will stand forever. God has given us his promises. We can trust in them. And he also offers us his presence and his presence by the power of the spirit is what in encourages and edifies, helps us persevere. Romans 4:22 through 25. That is why his faith was counted to him as righteousness. But the words, it was counted to him were not written for his sake alone, but for ours also. It will be counted to us who believe in him who raised from the dead Jesus, our Lord, who was delivered up for our trespasses and raised for our justification. There's so much in what he said. Jesus died for our trespasses, but he was raised for our justification. Because Christ was raised, he conquered this triumphal sign that Christ's death removes the curse of sin because his resurrection undoes the final consequences of sin, which is death. Christ's resurrection marks the dawn of the new creation because his resurrection reverses the curse. Yeah, we still die, but not really as Christians because it's just a transition. We will live forever with Christ. Abraham, by the way, didn't have the resurrection. He didn't have the Bible. He didn't have the Torah. He didn't have the Old testament. He didn't have the Hebrew scripture. He didn't have the prophets. He didn't have anything. And he also didn't have Christ. He didn't have the teaching of Christ. The life of Christ, the eyewitnesses who saw Christ. And he didn't know that Christ came back from the dead. All he had was faith in the God who imputed righteousness. But he did believe intuitively in the resurrection. Hebrews 11:17 through 19. "By faith, Abraham, when he was tested, offered up Isaac and he who had received the promises was in the act of offering up his only son of whom it was said through Isaac shall your offing be named. He considered that God was able to raise him from the dead from which figuratively speaking he did receive him back." He's like, "Even if I make the ultimate sacrifice of sacrificing my son because God told me to, God can always raise him from the day he believed in a God who has that power." Last week, I did this thought experiment to talk about the scandal of grace. Justification of my grace through faith. The moment you believe in Christ, repent in your sin, and you're saved. And I asked the question, I said, "Who is the most evil man in the world that if we just sniped this guy, everything would get better." And most everyone agreed it was Putin. And then I was like, "What if Putin repents of his sin and trust in Jesus Christ? And it's true, it's genuine repentance. Could you call him brother?" A brother sent me a real example of something similar. So in 1946, there was a pastor from Missouri named, Henry Gerecke of the Lutheran Synod. He was an army chaplain. He served in the army. One of his sons died. Another one of his sons was injured. And then afterwards, after fighting, he was transitioned to army chaplain. He was sent to minister in the Nuremberg prisons during the trials. And he asked the army, "Hey, can I write about this?" And the army told him, "You got to wait five years." And then he wrote about this in an article called, "I Walked to the Gallows with Nazi Chiefs". It appeared in The Saturday Evening Post in September 1st, 1951. He says, "It was the duty of the chaplain of Nuremberg prison to offer Christian comfort to Hitler's gang. Now, after five years under a bond of silence, I can tell my story of how many repented before the hangman's trap fell." In the beginning, he kind of explains what he wants to say and then he tells a story. He says, "I particularly want to emphasize that when stripped of all they had held important." So this is Nazi brass. This is the SS, like the top of the top he's ministering to. He said, "I particularly want to emphasize that when stripped of all that they had held important, and when offered the eternal verities, most of the 21 defendants were able to come to their moral senses and repent." This is what happened in Nuremberg prison. More than half of the Nazis there before going to the gallows or their long imprisonment and spawned out, ask God for forgiveness of their sins against him and against humanity. They did so in a spirit that convinced me that their repentance was genuine. I've had many years of experience as a prison chaplain do not believe I'm easily diluted by phony reformations at the 11th hour. And then he talks about when he was sent there, he had excuses. The Nazis took one of his sons. And then he finally said the following. He said, "The next few days, I prayed harder than I've ever had in my life. And slowly the men at Nuremberg became to me, just lost souls, whom I was being asked to help. If, as never before, I could hate the sin, but love the sinner, I'll go," he said. Early in the morning on October 16th, 1946, an hour past midnight, the first Nazi war criminal to be hanged at Nuremberg began his final walk to the scaffold. Accompanying him was the US Army chaplain who had been his spiritual counselor for the past year. After the prisoner climbed the steps and stood on the trap door, he was asked for his last words. I placed all my confidence in the lamb who made atonement for my sins. May God have mercy on my soul. And then turning to the chaplain, he added, "I'll see you again." With that, a hood was pulled over his face. The rope fixed around his neck and he dropped through the trap door into eternity. The prisoner was Joachim von Ribbentrop, Hitler's foreign minister in one of the highest profile Nazis to stand trial before the International Military Tribunal. That's all it takes to cry out, "Lord have mercy on my soul." Have mercy on my soul. If you're not yet a Christian, you're welcome today. We plead with you. Don't put it off. Today, pray this prayer. Cry out to God to save your soul. Put your trust in Jesus Christ. And the gift of faith will be given to you. The gift of repentance, the gift of justification, the gift of the Holy Spirit, the gift of a guaranteed inheritance in heaven. It's a scandal of grace. Believe it and receive it. That said we're going to transition to holy communion. We celebrate holy communion once a month at Mosaic for whom is holy communion for repentant Christians, repentant children of God. If you are not a Christian, you're not sure where you are in your faith, we ask that you refrain from this part of the service instead meditate on the gospel of Jesus Christ. But if you do repent and trust in Jesus today, you're welcome to partake. And if you are a Christian, this is for repentant Christians. If there's any sin in your life that you haven't yet repented of, we welcome you to do that. And if you don't refrain, if you do, you're welcome to partake. If you haven't receive the bread and the cup, the elements, please raise your hand. And one of the ushers will give you one as I pray. Heavenly father, we thank you for grace. Jesus, we thank you for procuring salvation for us. You've suffered, Lord and today we remember your suffering. Holy Spirit, I pray that you prepare our hearts now and focus our attention on the cross of Jesus Christ dying for us. I pray this in Christ's name. Amen. Take off the top layer. Take the bread. And then the second layer. On the night that he was betrayed, Jesus Christ took the bread and after breaking it, he said, "This is my body broken for you. Take, eat and do this in remembrance of me." Then proceed to take the cup. He said, "This cup is the cup of the new covenant of my blood, which is poured out for the sins of many. Take, drink, and do this in remembrance of me." Lord God, we glorify you. And Holy Spirit, lead us in glorifying God. Help us as we sing now as we worship. Help us cast off all our burdens, all our anxiety, all of our stress, cast it off from us to you and help us focus on you, on your greatness, on your majesty, on your preeminence, on your holiness, on your righteousness, on the perfection of your plans and your sovereignty. Now, help us sing with everything we got because you are worthy of all worship, of all praise, of all glory. And we pray all this in the name of the father, of the son, of the Holy Spirit. Amen.

Always with Christ
The Order for Morning Prayer, May 1, The Feast of Ss. Philip and James

Always with Christ

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 16:36


The Order for Morning Prayer according to the usage of the Book of Common Prayer, 1928, for May 1, The Feast of Ss. Philip and James, Apostles.

ITALIANO BELLO • Storie e letture in italiano

CAPITOLO 4 «Oh scusami, non ti avevo visto. Stai bene?» chiede l'orso preoccupato. Kira lo guarda a bocca aperta. Non è né un orso bruno, né un orso bianco. È un orso arcobaleno. «S-Sì, grazie, tutto bene» risponde lei un po' intimorita. In quel momento arrivano anche Cody e Pasquale e Kira nota che insieme all'orso c'è un altro animale. È uno scoiattolo, anche lui tutto colorato. Pasquale li fissa un attimo senza parole, poi esclama: «Quei colori! Da dove… come…?» Non sa bene che cosa chiedere. «Ah! Lascia stare. Un vero disastro, ci siamo già lavati tre volte al fiume, ma non vanno più via» dice lo scoiattolo un po' arrabbiato. «A me piace essere colorato» dice l'orso. Lo scoiattolo scuote la testa. «Ma non possiamo mica rimanere così per sempre. Siamo ridicoli!» «Ma dove avete trovato quei colori?» chiede Pasquale agitato. L'orso alza il braccio e indica in alto. «Sono caduti dal cielo.» «Sì, due settimane fa, quando c'è stato quel forte vento.» «Forte vento?» «Sì certo, quel forte vento, un vera e propria bufera! Ha fatto molti disastri… Non vi ricordate?» chiede lo scoiattolo guardandoci perplesso. «Non siamo di qui!» dice Cody. «E sapete dove sono i colori adesso?» chiede Pasquale, ancora più agitato. «Certo, sono tutti nella radura arcobaleno. Adesso si chiama così.» «E dove si trova?» «Qui vicino. Vi portiamo lì se volete» «Sì sì, per favore!» E così si mettono in cammino e poco dopo arrivano a una grande radura.

Nats Chat
Game 21: Corbin Pitches Better but Offense Comes Up Short Again

Nats Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 27:33


The Nats have now lost 8 in a row as they were swept by Miami in the series finale 3-2. Al Galdi recaps another very disappointing performance by the offense. Nelson Cruz 's average currently sits at .160 to exemplify where things stand. Juan Soto drew a pair of walks, but otherwise was hit-less at the plate. (07:38) Lucius Fox is still without a Major League hit, but did draw a walk. However, he was then promptly picked off. It was his second straight day starting at SS over Alcides Escobar. (13:31) Patrick Corbin pitched well, but still was tagged with the loss. He lasted into the 7th inning, but a HBP ended his afternoon. Hear what Davey Martinez had to say afterwards and what it means for Corbin as the team heads West. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

#ThroughtThePain
Ep. 16: Achieve #ThroughThePain

#ThroughtThePain

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 25:11


Dr. Terry L. Jackson has the SS genotype of sickle cell anemia. As a child, he was the first poster child for sickle cell in the state of Virginia. Dr. Jackson received his B.S. in Biology from Virginia State University in 2003. He conducted research on sickle cell disease in the lab of Dr. Marilyn Telen at Duke University Medical Center from 2003 to 2005 and served on the Board of Directors for the hospital's sickle cell advocacy group, The Bridges Pointe Foundation from 2003 to 2010. Soon followed his Ph.D. in Genetics and Genomics from Duke University in 2013. Dr. Jackson was a Senior Biocuration Scientist at Stanford University from 2016 to 2018. In July of 2018, Dr. Jackson returned to Virginia where he started, Jaxsun Enterprises Corporation, a media company dedicated to communicating life science to the public. He also works with CBOs and other healthcare entities, and individuals to improve access to care, quality of life, and unity within the SCD community. Purchase an Achieve #ThroughThePain T https://bit.ly/3vQ7TNp This episode was brought to you in part by Unleashing Royalty: A R.O.Y.A.L Formula to Help You Walk into Queendom with Purpose. Available on: Amazon https://amzn.to/3IJSi7n Barnes & Noble https://bit.ly/3MnyLMa Join CaRISMA https://carisma-study.pitt.edu/ Make sure you follow us on social media. https://linktr.ee/ThroughThePainPodcast Support this podcast with a small monthly donation to help sustain future episodes. https://anchor.fm/throughthepain/support Our Production Team: Executive Producer -Dima Hendricks Producer- Michael Hendricks --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/throughthepain/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/throughthepain/support

Abrahams Wallet
DOUGH: Retirement 2: Financial Tactics

Abrahams Wallet

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 59:18


In their last episode, our hosts tackled the Biblical/theoretical concept of retirement, and whether it's good or not (it is). Mark Parrett and Steven Manuel now finish their one-two punch on retirement with this conversation about tactics (11:20): How do you know when your pile of money is big enough? Is it okay for retirees to take out new mortgages? When should you bring your children into your full financial picture and plan? What if you feel “behind” in your retirement savings? (28:30) At what age is it “too late” to open an IRA? How does Social Security plan into this conversation? (35:00) Could you retire early and still get SS benefits? What if you wait later to collect? Does that number go up? Also, what can retirement age look like for someone who pastors and disciples young men? (45:00) And what about long-term medical care or hospice? And don't miss the Snappy Review of the entire episode at 54:20! …but first, an important analysis of praise flags and hype men.  Resources discussed in this episode include: The Just Thinking podcast The Abraham's Wallet channel on the Volley app Social Security website: ssa.gov

ProjectME with Tiffany Carter – Entrepreneurship & Millionaire Mindset
SUCCESS REIMAGINED: Making Tough Decisions and Choosing Yourself, with Guest, Tanci Maree, Founder & CEO of Trending Dance Fitness Brand Turn Up™ with Tanci EP405

ProjectME with Tiffany Carter – Entrepreneurship & Millionaire Mindset

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 69:38


This may be hard to hear but it has to be said. A basic coach and friend will tell you what you want to hear, a real coach and friend will tell you what you need to hear, and risk pissing you TF off. You've been half-assing your business while convincing yourself that you're really workin' it. Just because your busy doesn't mean you're getting down to business. My brain can be crazy manipulative, convincing me that I'm too tired, that I need to wait, that the circumstances aren't right, that I'll do it tomorrow… Truth is, if we want what we say we want, we prioritize it and find a way do what we need to do today, not tomorrow. What if I told you that if you prioritized your business and went ALL IN on it for the next 6 months, you would for sure be making 2x what you're earning now by the end of 2022? How would you show up for it differently than you are currently? My guess is you would invest significantly more time, energy, and money given you know the return on investment is GUARANTEED. The trick here is to operate as through your success is inevitable and the Universe will match that abundant energy and conviction >>> magnetizing it even further! This is exactly how I get my A-S-S into gear when I'm toe-dippin' on something I desire. To prove that this works to your resistant critical brain, I've invited Tanci Maree on the podcast today. She quit her beloved job as a teacher and basketball coach to create what is now a dance fitness brand taking over the nation and social media  >> Turn Up™ with Tanci. Tanci started everything from scratch, didn't fully know what she was doing, had many set backs, and yet kept SHOWING TF UP. Now she has a flourishing brand with a community in the hundreds of thousands, all because she chose to show up knowing it would pay off in the end. MEET MY GUEST TANCI: Tanci took her love for dance fitness and is turning it into an empire that helps women turn up and show up for themselves. Turn Up™ with Tanci hosts both virtual and in-person classes all over the country. You can also become a certified instructor, and bring Turn Up™ to your community. Instagram: @turnupwithtanci TikTok: @turnupwithtanci YouTube: @turnupwithTanci Website:  turnupwithtanci.com GRAB YOUR SPOT NOW >>> NAIL YOUR PROFITABLE NICHE Live Zoom Workshop! Finally create an “I help” statement that feels clear and exciting to you and your ideal clients. PLUS!!! I will show you exactly what needs to be in your Instagram bio to make your account get easily discovered by 1000s of potential clients, so you can get cash consistently flowing into your business. ***This is a ONE-TIME-ONLY Live workshop with Limited Spots, CLICK HERE to get all of the details and grab your ticket! Welcome to ProjectME the Podcast with your host Tiffany Carter, who takes the mystery out of making BIG money? A former NBC and CBS TV journalist, turned multi-millionaire entrepreneur, teaching you all things wealth, health, worth, and business. You can follow Tiffany on Instagram @projectme_with_tiffany  on Facebook @projectmewithtiffany and watch her TV episodes on ProjectME TV with Tiffany Carter on YouTube. Subscribe to Tiffany's FREE weekly digest, The Secret Posse, and get exclusive content you won't find anywhere else: millionaire mindset exercises, custom weekly abundance affirmations, and her best money making tips.

Autism Live
Ask Dr. Doreen - Biting - Conversational Speech - Vacation Hacks

Autism Live

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 61:15


Autism Expert and pioneer in the field of Autism, Psychologist and BCBA, Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh is answering viewer questions about  #AutismAwarenessMonth #Autism #AutismPodcast https://www.autismnetwork.com/category/ask-dr-doreen/ https://www.tiktok.com/@askdrdoreen? 5:13 BIG announcement 6:30 how can I get my six yr old to understand not to bite, i have him in aba he is biting people 14:17 he was asked to pick up toys would you say that in home would work 20:04 what are some great vacation hacks for people on the spectrum. I'm going on vacation tomorrow in fact and I am nervous. also, this might help other people on the spectrum and their loved ones. 24:25 My son is 5 and has autism and mixed receptive expressive language disorder. How do I get him to be conversational? He is in Aba therapy 35 hours a week. 25:41 My 6-year-old mands, & can I identify items, count, say her birthday etc but doesn't talk in sentences & is not conversational. We are starting aba full time this summer. What can I do @ home to help 38:29 I'm going to a family reunion in Alabama and meeting over 100 new people Dr. Doreen. I'm nervous on when things go wrong, I don't want to embarrass myself or my stepdad. the routine part I'm ok with but I know that other people will have that problem. thanks for the advice in advance 43:01 How can I help my son who's turning 18 yrs old in 2 months as his advocate and caretaker? I just learned about guardianship recently. Am I too late? 45:41 if my 12-year-old has graduated from ABA, but is still aggressive, what can I do? Frustrations, avoiding tasks 56:43 Hi Dr! If I purchase Skills Developing. Would that help give me an overview of skills I need to teach my toddler so I can give in home ABA? 55:27 If I purchase skills developing, would that give me an overview of skills that I need to teach my toddler so that I can do ABA at home? 56:07 I'm still on the madness train trying to work out SS application and no one can help because he's currently having benefits through my retirement that ends in June. Why isn't there someone for guidance just for this process? 59:28 This week on Autism Live Link Tree https://linktr.ee/AutismLive Pre-Order the book written by the host of Autism Live, Shannon Penrod! https://www.amazon.com/Autism-Parent-Sanity-Saving-Spectrum/dp/1949177858 Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/autism-live/id827968203 Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/autismlivepodcast Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0TXbDFs8cLP0UQbNVqHThf?si=VbEfw4_oRjqJY3vK2pgmFg IHeartRadio.com https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-autism-live-51537613/ Audible: https://www.audible.com/pd/Autism-Live-Podcast/B08JJN7B28?qid=1611965289&sr=1-1&ref=a_search_c3_lProduct_1_1&pf_rd_p=83218cca-c308-412f-bfcf-90198b687a2f&pf_rd_r=M68PFW27AP000G4N9CCJ Google Podcast: https://podcasts.google.com/search/autism%20live  

Autism Live
Ask Dr. Doreen - Biting - Conversational Speech - Vacation Hacks

Autism Live

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 61:32


Autism Expert and pioneer in the field of Autism, Psychologist and BCBA, Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh is answering viewer questions about  #AutismAwarenessMonth #Autism #AutismPodcast https://www.autismnetwork.com/category/ask-dr-doreen/ https://www.tiktok.com/@askdrdoreen? 5:13 BIG announcement 6:30 how can I get my six yr old to understand not to bite, i have him in aba he is biting people 14:17 he was asked to pick up toys would you say that in home would work 20:04 what are some great vacation hacks for people on the spectrum. I'm going on vacation tomorrow in fact and I am nervous. also, this might help other people on the spectrum and their loved ones. 24:25 My son is 5 and has autism and mixed receptive expressive language disorder. How do I get him to be conversational? He is in Aba therapy 35 hours a week. 25:41 My 6-year-old mands, & can I identify items, count, say her birthday etc but doesn't talk in sentences & is not conversational. We are starting aba full time this summer. What can I do @ home to help 38:29 I'm going to a family reunion in Alabama and meeting over 100 new people Dr. Doreen. I'm nervous on when things go wrong, I don't want to embarrass myself or my stepdad. the routine part I'm ok with but I know that other people will have that problem. thanks for the advice in advance 43:01 How can I help my son who's turning 18 yrs old in 2 months as his advocate and caretaker? I just learned about guardianship recently. Am I too late? 45:41 if my 12-year-old has graduated from ABA, but is still aggressive, what can I do? Frustrations, avoiding tasks 56:43 Hi Dr! If I purchase Skills Developing. Would that help give me an overview of skills I need to teach my toddler so I can give in home ABA? 55:27 If I purchase skills developing, would that give me an overview of skills that I need to teach my toddler so that I can do ABA at home? 56:07 I'm still on the madness train trying to work out SS application and no one can help because he's currently having benefits through my retirement that ends in June. Why isn't there someone for guidance just for this process? 59:28 This week on Autism Live Link Tree https://linktr.ee/AutismLive Pre-Order the book written by the host of Autism Live, Shannon Penrod! https://www.amazon.com/Autism-Parent-Sanity-Saving-Spectrum/dp/1949177858 Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/autism-live/id827968203 Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/autismlivepodcast Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0TXbDFs8cLP0UQbNVqHThf?si=VbEfw4_oRjqJY3vK2pgmFg IHeartRadio.com https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-autism-live-51537613/ Audible: https://www.audible.com/pd/Autism-Live-Podcast/B08JJN7B28?qid=1611965289&sr=1-1&ref=a_search_c3_lProduct_1_1&pf_rd_p=83218cca-c308-412f-bfcf-90198b687a2f&pf_rd_r=M68PFW27AP000G4N9CCJ Google Podcast: https://podcasts.google.com/search/autism%20live  

BK & Ferrario
The Best of BK & Ferrario - April 25th, 2022

BK & Ferrario

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 134:54


11:00 – The Blues are learning their lessons quickly. 11:15 – Our Cardinals insider Katie Woo. 11:30 – The Cardinals bullpen construction allows Oli Marmol to get creative. 11:45 – Questions and Answers 12:00 – Was last night enough to get Jordan Kyrou going again? 12:15 – NFL Quick Hitters 12:30 – Are we watching the beginning of the end of Paul DeJong as the clear cut starting SS? 12:45 – The Junk Drawer 1:00 – Who is the Blues next player to get the Getzlaf treatment? 1:15 – In or Out 1:30 – Marmol's explanations on keeping Albert & Waino in the game tell us a lot about his process. 1:45 – BK & Ferrario Rewind

GA Baptist Discipleship
Ride the Waves - Levi Skipper

GA Baptist Discipleship

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 27:25


In this episode: Dr. Levi Skipper is the Church Strengthening Strategist here at GBMB. He earned a Doctorate degree at Luther Rice, a master's from NOBTS, and Shorter University in GA. Levi served as pastor for over two decades in several churches, most recently at Concord Baptist in NE, GA. He saw baptisms grow 122% and SS grew 115% during his tenure. He is the author of "Resolved" and "Spiritual Avalanche" as well as "Marriage in the Red." Levi is a national speaker and a "has been athlete," not to mention having the best hair at GBMB! Dr. Skipper spent two years between his 1st and 2nd pastorate in Africa, establishing pastor training schools where he trained over 300 leaders in Southern Ethiopia. In this episode, you'll find: • One of the most significant challenges for local church pastors and keys to solve it • Why equipping must accompany the announcement of needs to a congregation • Levi identifies three naturally occurring attendance bumps that he calls "waves." • Scott and Levi talk about the necessity of long-range planning and goal-setting for pastors/leaders • Levi has a particular word of encouragement for bi-vocational and multi-vocational leaders • Dr. Skipper shares a new resource called "Ride the Waves" and helps leaders understand how to use the resource to maximize impact during these waves. • https://www.ridethewaves.church/start • Levi explains how the Ride the Waves resource can help churches go "next level." • Scott shares that God is NOT opposed to effort, but He is opposed to earning. He then gives three concepts to help leaders grow as a disciple leader.

True Crime New Zealand
ANZAC III: The (Other) Great Escape

True Crime New Zealand

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 26:10


In 1937, Nazi Germany began work on building the first and the largest concentration camp in Germany. Found eight kilometres north of the city of Weimar, the camp was able to incarcerate over 60,000 people. Opened in July 1938, the camp was dubbed Buchenwald. Buchenwald Concentration Camp was comprised of three distinct areas, the first area was dubbed the Special Compound, this included the administration offices, the Commandant's Villa, and finally the Schutzstaffel (or, SS) Quarters. The SS was a major paramilitary organization under Adolf Hitler and the foremost agency of security, surveillance, and terror in Nazi Germany. Prisoners of the camp included Jewish people, political prisoners, Jehovah's Witnesses, Gypsies, German military deserters, asocials (which included the homeless, alcoholics, drug addicts, prostitutes, the unemployable and pacifists) and finally, prisoners of war. Visit www.truecrimenz.com for more information on this case including sources and credits.

Karraker & Smallmon
Karraker & Smallmon - April 22nd, 2022

Karraker & Smallmon

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 137:42


7:00 - Blues finally beat up a bad team in San Jose, Cardinals let the sweep slip away in Hicks first start and another wild day in the NBA 7:15 - Peak & Pit 7:30 - Jay Delsing takes our listeners' golf questions, hands out some tips on the benefits of getting fitted& he celebrity pro-am 7:45 - TIOLI: Cardinals taking risks with the Albert starts, will Binner get some starts & the continued questions around the SS spot 8:00 - Fresh Take: It's a Friday Feeling Circle today...this is a safe place to talk about missing the deep dives into the NFL Draft 8:15 - Binnington with another solid performance, the Blues offense rolls on and a losing team finally goes down easily 8:30 - The Fight: Hall of Fame is on the line! 8:45 - Jordan Hicks got his first career MLB start and despite getting the L...we saw real progress 9:00 - Today's Big Thing: Step back into the Frida Feeling Circle as we work through that latent Rams draft day trauma... 9:20 - Joey Vitale weighs in the chance of Binnington starting games in the playoffs, the hedonic treadmill & Robert Thomas on a new level 9:40 - You're killing me, Smalls! + What's on tap?

The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan
A Date Nightmare + A Renovation Disaster - Our Crazy Week!

The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 44:42


Hey fam! Have you ever had a week where it seemed like you were being pranked? One bad thing kept happening after the next? That's been our week but amidst the chaos we've been able to find the good. Sharing our crazy stories from this week + what's launching this next week for S+S! It's about to get GOOD. Start hiring RIGHT NOW with a $75 DOLLAR SPONSORED JOB CREDIT to upgrade your job post at Indeed.com/SAZAN. Offer valid through April 30th.

ProjectME with Tiffany Carter – Entrepreneurship & Millionaire Mindset
The Trick to Getting yourself out of a Slump, whether it's in your Business, Relationships, or with Yourself EP403

ProjectME with Tiffany Carter – Entrepreneurship & Millionaire Mindset

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 27:36


The reason you're stuck in a slump isn't what you think it is. If you're feeling uninspired lately, and you can't seem to get your engine going, let alone your brain….you probably think you have “motivation” problem, but what you really have is an off balance energy system. All the coffee, exercise, and dance music in the world won't fix this energy leak that likely has been going on for months, even years (that was the case for me). My fellow over-givers, empaths, and heart-based entrepreneurs are often in a chronic state of energy imbalance. The symptoms also show up in our bodies with fatigue, hormonal issues, skin problems, weight-gain, constipation, stiff joints, getting sick all the time, etc… What I'm about to share with you will require you to manage it for the rest of your life, just as you have to take your car in for regular maintenance to keep it in top preforming shape. When our ratio of output to input if off, we end up running on fumes….causing all of the symptoms of our mental and physical energy being depleted. This often ignites depression in people. When our ratio of input to output is off, we end feeling anxious. We are over-consuming, taking in so much information, other people's energy, and absorbed in our obsessive over-thinking. This often ignites anxiety, ADHD symptoms, guilt, and even panic attacks. I want you to take an inventory right now of the last month, without judgment, just observation >> Are you heavier on the OUTPUT side or the INPUT side ? If your OUTPUT is maxed, to get back into balance, you need to start taking your foot off the gas and pour into yourself. Start reading a book you've said you don't have time to read. Create a revised morning routine dedicated to you. Remove some things from your schedule, ask for help, outsource. Join my Posse Group Coaching program and get poured into every week by me and other great members. If you're INPUT is maxed, to get back into balance, you need to put your foot on the gas and take action. Start the dang business, podcast, blog, or creative project that you've been procrastinating on (even if it's just 15 minutes a day). Invest in a coach, mastermind, or a program that is enough money to get you to show up and be accountable. (this is what I do every single month, or I would do almost nothing!) Be of service to your audience, your church, or your neighbors. Do one thing everyday to serve while expecting nothing in return. Create a fresh morning routine to get your A-S-S moving in a fun way! HURRY Time is running out on the MEGA Bonus Sale in the ProjectME Posse! All for only $3.33 per day. Get all of the details on the ProjectME Posse Group Coaching Membership HERE, and hear about the great results members are getting! Welcome to ProjectME the Podcast with your host Tiffany Carter, who takes the mystery out of making BIG money? A former NBC and CBS TV journalist, turned multi-millionaire entrepreneur, teaching you all things wealth, health, worth, and business. You can follow Tiffany on Instagram @projectme_with_tiffany  on Facebook @projectmewithtiffany and watch her TV episodes on ProjectME TV with Tiffany Carter on YouTube. Subscribe to Tiffany's FREE weekly digest, The Secret Posse, and get exclusive content you won't find anywhere else: millionaire mindset exercises, custom weekly abundance affirmations, and her best money making tips. 

Our Daily Bread Podcast | Our Daily Bread

Eli Wiesel’s novel Night starkly confronts us with the horrors of the Holocaust. Based on his own experiences in Nazi death camps, Wiesel’s account flips the biblical story of the Exodus. While Moses and the Israelites escaped slavery at the first Passover (Exodus 12), Wiesel tells of the SS arresting Jewish leaders following Passover. Lest we criticize Wiesel and his dark irony, consider that the Bible contains a similar plot twist. On the night of Passover, Jesus, expected to free God’s people from suffering, instead permits Himself to be arrested by those who would kill Him. John ushers us into the holy scene before Jesus’s arrest. “Troubled in spirit” over what awaited Him, at the Last Supper Jesus predicted His betrayal (John 13:21). Then, in an act we can scarcely comprehend, Christ served His betrayer bread. The account reads: “As soon as Judas had taken the bread, he went out. And it was night” (v. 30). History’s greatest injustice was underway, yet Jesus declared, “Now the Son of Man is glorified and God is glorified in him” (v. 31). In a few hours, the disciples would experience panic, defeat, and dejection. But Jesus saw God’s plan unfolding as it should. When it seems as though the darkness is winning, recall that our Lord faced His dark night and defeated it. He walks with us. It will not always be night.

Nats Chat
Game 7: Gray & "A" Bullpen Take the Series in Atlanta

Nats Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 33:19


The Nats won the rubber match in Atlanta 3-1 for their third victory in the past four days. Mark (live from Truist Park) and Al open the discussion with praise for Josiah Gray, who tossed five scoreless innings. What was working for Gray in the outing?(10:46) The top bullpen arms then stepped up for the final twelve outs to give Gray his first W of the season (Finnegan,  Doolittle, Cishek , and Rainey). Do the Nationals actually have themselves a solid back-end of the 'pen?(17:24) The offense jumped out on Max Fried with two runs for a lead they wouldn't relinquish.  Maikel Franco had two more hits and Josh Bell extended his hitting streak to seven games.  However, Alcides Escobar has already struck out nine times, which makes us wonder if the team might soon explore other options at SS.(28:33) We read a listener submitted email about Patrick Corbin and any potential fixes Jim Hickey can provide? Plus, email us in a voice memo recalling your first ever baseball game to natschatpodcast@gmail.com.