As mighty as Jesus is, we can find the one thing that breaks His heart. Unbelief! It's the same with us as human beings as well. We can experience hurt and brokenness when those we love and truly care for could care less to show faith and trust in whom we know we are. Make sure that if you're surrounded, be surrounded by people whom will speak life into you and bring the best out of you. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unchained/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/unchained/support
J-L discusses his longest diet streak in almost a year, shares the biggest thing stressing him out about his show this month in Boston, gives his review of Tenet, discovers a new comedy character, gives a brief review of a book he's halfway through and shares some new booked shows. Enjoy!Get your tickets to J-L's show in Boston on July 26th - and tell friends: https://www.citywinery.com/boston/Online/default.asp
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This week I'm SOOOooooOOOo excited about three things that signal the end of the pandemic in NYC: real, actual bars where you can sit, drink, and escape the annoyances of The World (and not have to eat food at a stupid table like an inmate), the return of live comedy, and my halal guy recognized me! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anthony-ledonne/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/anthony-ledonne/support
A new MP3 sermon from Dutton United Reformed Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Hagar: A Mother Who Weeps Speaker: Rev. Talman Wagenmaker Broadcaster: Dutton United Reformed Church Event: Sunday - AM Date: 5/9/2021 Bible: Genesis 16:1-16; John 19:23-27 Length: 33 min.
Today we celebrate the first woman to receive a Bachelor of Science in Forestry. We'll also remember the Academy Award-winning actress who narrated a 1990’s PBS series called Gardens of the World. We hear a sweet little garden poem that celebrates spring. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a fantastic book about gardening in the shade and the best plants for shade. And then we’ll wrap things up with an excerpt about this day 142 years ago - from the garden writer Henry Arthur Bright. Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart To listen to the show while you're at home, just ask Alexa or Google to “Play the latest episode of The Daily Gardener Podcast.” And she will. It's just that easy. 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I'd love to meet you in the group. Important Events May 4, 1893 Today is the birthday of New Zealand forester and botanist Mary Sutherland. In 1916, Mary graduated from Bangor University in Wales with a Bachelor of Science in Forestry. She was the first female to become a degreed forestry professional in the world. Mary also became known in New Zealand as the first female forester when she was hired in 1923. It was a position she held for twelve years. Today, in one of the forests, she called her office, there is a memorial redwood designated with a plaque to honor Mary Sutherland. By the 1930s, Mary was working as a botanist for the forest service - and she was a pretty talented artist as well. Her drawing of a sprig from the rimu (“ree-moo”) tree bearing ripe fruit became the official seal of the forestry service. Today more women than ever are entering the world of forestry, and the Mary Sutherland Award is given to the top female forestry student in their final year of schooling. May 4, 1929 Today is the birthday of Academy Award-winning actress and gardener Audrey Hepburn. The Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961) star appeared with Penelope Hobhouse and Graham Stuart Thomas on the 1991 PBS special "Gardens of the World." The series featured sixty gardens over eight episodes. They included Monet's garden at Giverny, the Villa Gamberaia (“Vee-la Gahm-bur-eye-ah”) in Florence, the old rose garden at Graham Stuart Thomas' garden at Mottisfont Abbey, the Roseraie de L'Haÿ (“rose-uh-ray du lay-ee”) south of Paris, Saiho-ji (“Sy-ho-jee”) - the famed "Moss Temple" garden - in Kyoto, and Hidcote Manor (“hid-cut”) in Gloucestershire, England. Additionally, Audrey wrote the forward to a companion coffee table book also called Gardens of the World by Penelope Hobhouse and Elvin McDonald,, the volunteer director of special projects for the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. In the forward, Audrey wrote, “We all have within us a need to create beauty. And we all can - in a garden, however small. Perhaps - if we now take a closer look at our gardens, we will, at last, awaken to the fragility of our beautiful planet and better understand our lovely earth." In 1991, the Spring Hill nursery in Peoria, Illinois, created a rose variety named for Audrey Hepburn. The Audrey Hepburn rose was marketed as an exceptionally vigorous rose, with highly fragrant 4-inch apple-blossom pink flowers. It was featured on display at the Brooklyn (N.Y.) Botanical Gardens and was available for mail-order purchase exclusively through Spring Hill Nurseries. And here’s a little-known fact about Audrey Hepburn: one of the most beloved quotes about gardening is attributed to Audrey Hepburn, whose 92nd birthday would have been today. She wrote, “To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow.” Unearthed Words A poor old Widow in her weeds Sowed her garden with wild-flower seeds; Not too shallow, and not too deep, And down came April -- drip -- drip -- drip. Up shone May, like gold, and soon Green as an arbour grew leafy June. And now all summer she sits and sews Where willow herb, comfrey, bugloss (“byew-gloss”) blows, Teasle and pansy, meadowsweet, Campion, toadflax, and rough hawksbit; Brown bee orchis, and Peals of Bells; Clover, burnet, and thyme she smells; Like Oberon's meadows her garden is Drowsy from dawn to dusk with bees. Weeps she never, but sometimes sighs, And peeps at her garden with bright brown eyes; And all she has is all she needs -- A poor Old Widow in her weeds. ― Walter de la Mare, English poet, short story writer, and novelist, Peacock Pie Grow That Garden Library Making the Most of Shade by Larry Hodgson This book came out in 2005, and the subtitle is How to Plan, Plant, and Grow a Fabulous Garden that Lightens up the Shadows. In this book, Larry features nearly 300 perennials, annuals, bulbs, ferns, ornamental grasses, and climbing plants that thrive in the shade. Shaded gardens are cool places that offer tranquility and a space for contemplation—Larry shares how to create a sense of lushness and vibrancy in areas with little or no sun. The first half of the book covers how to plan, plant, and grow in the shade. The back half of the book offers an encyclopedia of the best plants to grow in the shade. This book is 416 pages of shade garden mastery - from design and care to top plant profiles. You can get a copy of Making the Most of Shade by Larry Hodgson and support the show using the Amazon Link in today's Show Notes for around $11 Today’s Botanic Spark Reviving the little botanic spark in your heart May 4, 1879 On this day Henry Arthur Bright recorded inA Year in a Lancashire Garden: “May set in this year with (as Horace Walpole somewhere says) ‘its usual severity.’ We felt it all the more after the soft, warm summer weather we had experienced in April. The Lilac, which is only due with us on the 1st of May, was this year in flower on the 28th of April. Green Gooseberry tarts, which farther south are considered a May-day dish, we hardly hope to see in this colder latitude for ten days later, and now these cold east winds will throw back everything. No season is like "Lilac-tide," as it has been quaintly called, in this respect. Besides the Lilac itself, there are the long plumes of the white Broom, the brilliant scarlet of the hybrid Rhododendrons, the delicious blossoms, both pink and yellow, of the Azaleas, the golden showers of the Laburnum, and others too numerous to mention. A Judas-tree at an angle of the house is in bud. The Général Jacqueminot between the vineries has given us a Rose already. The foliage of the large forest trees is particularly fine this year. The Horse Chestnuts were the first in leaf, and each branch is now holding up its light of waxen blossom. The Elms came next, the Limes, the Beeches, and then the Oaks. Yet still ‘the tender Ash delays To clothe herself when all the woods are green,’ and is all bare as in mid-winter. This, however, if the adage about the Oak and the Ash be true, should be prophetic of a fine hot summer.” Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener. And remember: "For a happy, healthy life, garden every day."
Prince, Tom Petty, Jeff Lynne, Steve Winwood and Dhani Harrison - “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” - Producer Joel Gallen's Remarkable 2004 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Re- Edit Exploring The Unimaginable Prince Guitar Solo.
“One who weeps out of fear of Allah, will not enter hell.” (Tirmidhi)
When Cristin Keleher broke into George Harrison's Maui estate, she ate frozen pizza, did a load of laundry, and called her mother. Two weeks later, Michael Abram broke into Harrison's Friar Park estate, stabbing Harrison repeatedly.
Episodio especial musical ! Jp regresa a los episodios musicales acompañado esta vez por Romero y Bam y juntos hablan y analizan la gran graaan canción While My Guitar Gently Weeps de los Beatles. Si hay pedazos con una edición extraña es porque YouTube me quería bloquear el video debido a aspectos de copyright ustedes perdonen! World's Great Drummers Salute Ringo Starr https://youtu.be/wJTjjAXDZSY Chicago - 25 Or 6 To 4 https://youtu.be/iUAYeN3Rp2E Green Day - Brain Stew https://youtu.be/vchLJE-RceM El Canal de Historia! https://www.youtube.com/c/elnigromantehistorico Sigan nuestras redes sociales! Twitter: https://twitter.com/MementoG https://twitter.com/johnnycolours https://twitter.com/MF_Gtz Spotify: http://goo.gl/7mhmyP Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mementodelcine https://www.instagram.com/johnnycolours https://www.instagram.com/psicomf Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/4toy7moArte iTunes: https://goo.gl/u2fVdm Anchor: http://goo.gl/kVoBLh Castbox: http://goo.gl/1CW314 Overcast: http://goo.gl/pv29wa iVoox: http://goo.gl/8PzBiM Producción a cargo de Mictlan Estudio. https://soundcloud.com/mictlanstudio https://goo.gl/ZvXwvC Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/el4toy7moarte... Memento del Cine en Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/mementodelcine Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/johnnycolours
We're spending the next week journeying through the details of Holy Week. The stories that often get left on the cutting room floor, so to speak, or that get bypassed and glossed over. What do Jesus' actions and teachings throughout the final week of his life have to teach us about our faith, both during Holy Week itself and throughout our faith lives?
In this rowdy episode of Counterpints, Casey lets his inner Irish flow, as well as the beers. The beers are a'flowin', and the arguments are a'growin'! Tune in to hear about the best kind of potatoes, why Maryland needs a new flag, and the best way to chug Chick Fil A sauce out of a packet while driving. Strap in for this one folks.
A solid Saturday by veteran crossword constructor John Guzzetta, with a particularly knotty nattick at the junction of 25D, Is lachrymose, and 40A, "Young Man With a Skull" painter. The answers were WEEPS and HALS, although for those unfamiliar with the artist and wobbly when it comes to grammar, WEEPY and HALY are perfectly understandable. As your registered gramma might've said, gramma(r) matters.Listen on to hear all the details, and as always, we love to get feedback -- email@example.com
The final installation in the FRN Raven Creek Week series. We hope you had a good week! Kick back or work or drive and listen to this deep dive into scripture with the brother and sister team at the Raven Creek Social Club as they look at David, the King Who Weeps
A rare - or maybe not so rare -- self-diss-track rich in text and subtext, covered brilliantly on instruments that shouldn't be covering it. While My Guitar Gently Weeps, originally by The Beatles, covered by Jake Shimabukuro, and by Regina Spektor. Outro music is Bohemian Rhapsody, also by Jake Shimabukuro.
GROWLS at the ENEMY…but WEEPS with US. John 11:35 (S2-Episode#22)Typically, we chat each day about approximately 9 verses of scripture. Today, we will chat about 9 characters of Scripture. That’s right: 9 Letters. You just KNOW it will be good.We are looking at chunks of the story of the eventual resurrection of Lazarus in John 11. It is a massive piece of Scriptural real estate that we are enjoying one shovel-full at a time. Today I suppose is a very precious spoon-full. The point of today is not that we aren’t weak. We are. We are finite in our current configurations. (Thank you, I know we will live forever) We are broken, sinful, frustrated, decaying, angry, afraid, sick, dying and too: some pretty nasty stuff Puffs-up-inside-us. In many ways, we are not exactly a prize. This is the lot that Jesus comes down to be with. And He doesn’t throw us under the bus. He has COMPASSION on us. He comes WAY down to us. He growls at the enemy. He is pissed off at our plight I suppose. Listen and see and feel how Jesus responds to our situation. Please SUBSCRIBE to this podcast via the website, www.bewithme.us or on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Goggle podcasts, Stitcher, or about 20 other Podcast servers! I treasure your listening.
Recharge Radio is a Christian podcast dedicated to increasing worship in the Christian's daily life. This year, we'll be tackling the idea of mediocre worship in a Christian's life and its many facets. Today's episode comes from Thomas Watson!
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On this episode your hosts Jeff and Jeremy discuss the thirty-second Deathwish, Inc. release (DW031), which is the split EP "Dead Mans Hand 2" by Ringworm and Terror. We also discuss (among other things) seeing a bands last show, our favorite Fest memories, and the non existent Dead Man's Hand 4. You can listen to the release here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f5zSDbRCzPg&ab_channel=XMADLIFE77X) You can find our Patreon here (https://www.patreon.com/deathscographypod) You can find out more information about the BLM movement and where to donate here (https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/). Social Media: Jeremy - @ironraygun (IG & Twitter) Jeff - @carbombsermon (IG & Twitter) Deathscography Podcast - @deathscographypod (IG & FB) / @deathscography (Twitter) / firstname.lastname@example.org
Alex is in Bermuda for the World Tens, but hops off his surfboard long enough to join James and Mike to discuss the fallout from the Barbarians cancellation after breaking Covid-19 rules. Hask defends the players and questions the strength of the BaaBaa's bubble. There's also tributes to David Pocock and Alun Wyn Jones, a DJ request, a discussion around 'Baxter' and the England job, and the boys pick a Six Nations winner.
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Author : Morgan Al-Moor Narrator : Laurice White Host : Setsu Uzume Audio Producer : Graeme Dunlop The Beast Weeps with One Eye By Morgan Al-Moor After three days of breathless escape across the grasslands and no less than thirty of our people lost, the waters of the Nyamba river finally sparkled before my weary […] The post PodCastle 648: The Beast Weeps with One Eye appeared first on PodCastle.