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9/11 The Biggest Lie has passed a huge milestone at 500 thousand views on YouTube since May 27th of last year. We are going to discuss this as well as engage in a powwow of current 9/11 issues and ideas.
Claudio is coming at us with a refined discourse on his stance about 9/11 and with some positive reinforcement to get us moving as a movement. Listen in and Call In if you please to ask either of us questions.
Everything that happened today is as it should be. Some people will tell you that you need to set lower expectations to avoid disappointment. Never give in to that kind of thinking. Everything that has made humanity great started with setting high standards and having high visions. Have big dreams for yourself. Go for the gold. Anticipate hardships. Anticipate learning. Allow yourself to detach from negative emotions associated with “disappointment”.
Disappointment has nothing to do with your progress in life. You have to allow the universe to be what it is. You have to allow yourself to feel satisfaction.Look at your emotions and ask if they are negative and if they are recurring, if the answer is "yes" banish them. Stop pouring energy into things that are disappointing and focus on what has been learned by the experience. Be excited about the learning. Develop a learning mindset and never be disappointed again.
There is a story about a king who traveled with a trusted servant who believed that everything happened for the good of all. As they passed through a foreign land, the inhabitants demanded a fee. The king sent his servant to negoitiate and the decision was that the king must chop off his little finger as payment. So the king's finger was cut off. Upon arriving home, the king threw the servant into prison. Soon after, the king was captured as he slept and the capturers prepared him as a sacrifice to their god; they discovered that he had a finger missing making him unsuitable as a sacrifice so he was set free. When the king returned home, he released his servant. The king asked the servant if you believe that everything happens for good, why was it good that you have been in prison. The servant answered, If I had been free, I would have been with you and I would have been the sacrifice since I have no fingers missing.
The job she was waiting for was a let down. Maybe it was a distraction from the two jobs she has. Jon lends Jane spiritual advice for coping with life's toughest problems. Plus, dishing on Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus.
James Easton & Steve Grage Host the show tonight
What is your Biggest Challenge? We all have a goals so what is your biggest challenge note I did not ask you what someone else's problem is. None am I asking prblems that other people have that bother you.
Let's face it the only person that you have any control over is you. We would like to believe that we can control or help the world however that is impossible. It is sometimes helpful to help one or a few but each need to work on ourselves first as we are all a work in progress.
Remember are a great work in progress. So let take of the covers and show ourselves and other what a great work we are!
Brief Audio Reflection "The Biggest One of All": (Matthew 28:16-20), Trinity Sunday, Year A
Our faith is replete with mysteries and wonders. This week we reflect on the biggest one of all. Five brief verses, that’s all we get. It’s a tiny gospel for such a big message… the very nature of God… the Blessed Trinity. We have no MRI images or DNA analysis of the Divinity. So, short of heaven, the word of Jesus is the only clear window we have into the heart of God. It tests our faith and doubtless it was meant to. But Jesus precisely packs so much into every word that it is more than enough for the faithful.
The core of this gospel is a passage that has come to be called The Great Commission. In his final charge to the disciples, Jesus bids them: Go ye therefore and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son; and of the Holy Spirit. Note the significance of the singular. Jesus empowers them in the “name” of God… not in the plural “names” of Father, Son and Holy Spirit. That’s because they are one. God is one… three, yet one.
The mutual love of Father, Son and Holy Spirit clearly transcends time and stands as testament to our Triune God. Three in One… One in Three… Creator, Redeemer, Abider… through the prism of faith the beauty is sublime; the symmetry is exquisite. In faith the toughest question becomes our greatest comfort. In faith our response to the biggest mystery is not bewilderment. It is adoration.
Many times we forget that we need for the Lord to deliver us from ourselves, from our own fleshly lusts and desires.
God does not need our help in the flesh to bring about His plans and purposes in the earth. What God needs us to do is submit to the Holy Spirit and His Word so that it will be well with us. When we get impatient because we don’t see what God has promised, we are tempted to get in the flesh to take action on our own,to satisfy our needs. But what we are really doing is exhibiting a lack of faith in the Lord.
Please join us in the study of God's word, as we learn to call upon the Lord Jesus Christ to deliver us, so we can truly experience the abundant life.
What are the biggest DIY mistakes made in the bathroom? We're finding out from DIY Network's 'I Hate My Bath' host Jeff Devlin.
Where there's water and electricity running through the walls, there's many opportunities for mistakes to happen in a DIY project. Added to it, the bathroom is one of the busiest rooms in any home and sometimes it can be the smallest, too. It's a recipe for things to go wrong.
From finished and fixtures to plumbing and ventilation, we're racing through the biggest mistakes that can thwart any DIYer's progress and confidence.
Our guest Jeff Devlin has seen it all, and sharing what he's learned with us during a live Google On-Air chat.
As host of DIY Network's I Hate My Bath series, Jeff gives homeowners hope with economical yet clever bathroom design ideas using amazing new products and cool tools. Forget about it costing almost a year's salary to renovate your bathroom. I Hate My Bath tears up real homeowners' lives and their bathrooms, showcasing along the way impactful alternatives that don't require loans, demolition or divorce.
Jeff Devlin proves that home renovation can be enjoyable and not intimidating. As a Licensed Contractor and Host of 4 successful Television Shows, his fun and down to earth approach takes both viewers and clients on an empowering journey and before you know it, you’ve hung out with a really cool guy and tackled that daunting project you’ve put off for months! This self-proclaimed big ham is a carpentry nut and family man who can design and build anything.
Tune into DIY, HGTV and A&E to catch one of Jeff’s shows, follow him on Facebook, or hire his company Schoolhouse Woodworking to renovate your home! And Jeff wears tool belt suspenders, so he knows what he’s talking about.?