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Friends, in the midst of a call not accept the flying of the Confederate Flag, the Supreme Court of the United States called for our nation to accept the flying another flag – gay marriage. Anchored in prideful battle cry, both are transformative to our nation and plagued by unintended consequences. But the unintended consequence of one flag gave flight to the other... What is That Unintended Consequence? ... which is our question of the day. Join our host Eric J Powell on onCUE! Radio Sunday night @5pm CST live on The Word 100.7FM (http://saleminteractivemedia.com/ListenLive/Player/KWRDFM) or (http://www.thewordfm.com/).
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This episode of Pneumatikos will explore the consequences of judging others. The act of passing sentence upon others is not consistent with God's ethos of love. In fact, it is the antithesis of love. However, pseudo-judges do not seem to know or care that there is only one Judge, and that is God Almighty. Pseudo-judges are only concerned with their subjective interests which is ruining the lives of others. God will judge those who unmercifully judge others with the same measure that they have used toward others.
In the year 66, Florus, the last Roman procurator, stole vast quantities of silver from the Temple. The outraged Jewish masses rioted and wiped out the small Roman garrison stationed in Jerusalem. Cestius Gallus, the Roman ruler in neighboring Syria, sent in a larger force of soldiers. But the Jewish insurgents routed them as well. This was a heartening victory that had a terrible consequence: Many Jews suddenly became convinced that they could defeat Rome, and the Zealots' ranks grew geometrically. Never again, however, did the Jews achieve so decisive a victory. When the Romans returned, they had 60,000 heavily armed and highly professional troops. They launched their first attack against the Jewish state's most radicalized area, the Galilee in the north. The Romans vanquished the Galilee, and an estimated 100,000 Jews were killed or sold into slavery. Throughout the Roman conquest of this territory, the Jewish leadership in Jerusalem did almost nothing to help their beleaguered brothers. They apparently had concluded—too late, unfortunately—that the revolt could not be won, and wanted to hold down Jewish deaths as much as possible.
"In those days there was no king in Israel; every man did what was right in his own eyes." These words, repeated several times in the closing chapters of the book of Judges, describe the condition of a people and consequence of a life lived with no recognition of authority. Many churchgoers today abide in just such a condition having accepted Jesus of Nazareth as Savior only. They fail to recognize His lordship, His absolute and limitless authority over their lives. Instead they treat His commands as suggestions and reserve final decision making authority over their lives for themselves.
Join us this Sunday as we explore the impact both individually and communally of living with a Christ who is Savior but not Lord.
Now to Him Who, by (in consequence of) the [action of His] power that is at work within us, is able to [carry out His purpose and] do superabundantly, far over and above all that we [dare] ask or think [infinitely beyond our highest prayers, desires, thoughts, hopes, or dreams] Ephesians 3:20
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Topics for November 12, 2015:
THERE IS AN ONGOING DIMINISHING APPRECIATION OF MEN HAS, FOR THE MOST PART, HAD AN ADVERSE CONSEQUENCE THAT IS UNDENIABLE. UH, LADIES? ESPECIALLY YOU SINGLE MOTHERS, PLEASE BRING A PENCIL AND PAPER.
Sunday, November 8th, at 6:30PM ET/3:30PM PT, "War a Week" Radio presents a special "Desert Storm" edition of "Ringside Report" with Rodney Green and Joseph Herron!!
Kicking off tonight's 90 minute program, the "War a Week" team will review Tim Bradley's elite level performance over former two division world champion Brandon "Bam Bam" Rios!!
- Was the end result a consequence of Bradley's skill set/focus, Brandon's condition, or both?
- Why was Tim Bradley so effective, and what could Rios have done differently?
- Is Bam Bam going to stay retired, and why did he feel compelled to announce his surprising exit from boxing?
- Was Teddy Atlas a crucial factor in this fight?
- What's next for Timothy Bradley?
Rodney and Joseph will also discuss the latest boxing news, as well as other bouts that took place this past week!!
- Is Lomachenko as good as advertised?
- Will Top Rank be successful in making Lomachenko vs. Rigondeaux in 2016?
- What was Adrien Broner doing at the Wildcard Gym this past week?
- Why is Gennady Golovkin currently in Texas?
- Can Ruslan Provodnikov get the big fights in 2016?
- Are Andre Ward's best days in the rear view?
- Has Tyson Fury lost his mind?
- Can Kevin Bizier be competitive against Kell Brook?
Join us for an all new episode of Ringside Report with Rodney Green and Joseph Herron!!
in Self Help
Having clear boundaries is essential to a healthy, balanced life. A boundary is a personal property line that marks those things for which we are responsible. In other words, boundaries define who we are and who we are not.
Boundaries impact all areas of our lives: Physical boundaries help us determine who may touch us and under what circumstances -- Mental boundaries give us the freedom to have our own thoughts and opinions -- Emotional boundaries help us to deal with our own emotions and disengage from the harmful, manipulative emotions of others.
The same way boundaries are meant to protect us by what we will allow into our lives, physical borders of a country are meant to the same thing. People become citizens of a country and are held together by a common culture and language. This belief in borders, language and culture is what binds us together and helps us prosper and advance as a culture. Our system of governance is based on individual rights, property laws and the rule of law. This is what has helped the US advance to a level of financial prosperity, individual liberty and scientific achievement far exceeding any nation to come before it in human history.
However the US is being invaded (as is Europe) via mass immigration, by cultures that don't share these same beliefs - and the long term consequence will be disastrous to
America must eventually face black men and as a consequence our deepest fears.
It's almost insulting to remind ourselves that ethnicity and race don't predict employment, incarceration, or educational levels; one's life chances are relative to particular social milieus. People don't come into a world broken; institutions are in need of repair.
But the discourse on America's problem constantly misplaces the responsibility of improvement on black males themselves. The numbers reek of systemic oppression. Although they make up approximately one quarter of the U.S. population, together, in 2008, African American and Hispanics comprised 58 percent of all prisoners. The black unemployment rate is historically twice that of whites. From higher education, to healthcare, to manufacturing, racial gaps can't all be explained through individual character traits.
The passive assumption that institutions aren't impetuses of community members' quality of life is as insidious as it is illogical. For instance, schools don't improve communities. Communities improve schools through policy. Communities also harm schools and their students with policy. Black and Latino male educational outcomes largely reflect our deeper social and economic investments and expectations of these particular groups.
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Tonight's special guest is Geri Lynn Weinstein Matthews, MSW, LCSW, from New Mexico who's produced and co-directed "Justice Denied," a newly released 30 minute documentary that takes male sexual assault in the military out of the shadows. Geri Lynn will be joined by her husband, Michael Matthews, a survivor of both child abuse and sexual assault in the military. Geri Lynn was sexually assaulted herself, when she attended college as an undergraduate. Michael says, "I was 19 years old in the United States Air Force, the year was 1974, and I thought I was the only one." He'd been knocked unconscious and gang raped by his fellow airmen. "I kept my secret bottled up for 30 years, never telling a single solitary soul." One evening, 20 years into their marriage, he mustered up the courage to tell his supportive wife, Geri Lynn, who said "together we will get through this." The film they've created, "Justice Denied," is a 30 minute documentary that takes male sexual assault in the military out of the shadows. It's been screened at the Pentagon and US Senate, is now being used a an educational tool on military installations. Sexual assault involves power, control and domination. Statistics suggest that 90% of all males who are raped try to commit suicide at least twice in a lifetime. When a closed systems such as the military does not validate the rape survivor, men and women, the perpetrator gets to continue their criminal behavior without consequence. In being solution focused, Geri and Michael support a new bill, HR 1593, The Stop Act introduced by Congresswoman Jackie Speier. Her bill is all inclusive and stresses civilian oversight, unlike other watered-down versions currently on the table.
The Jezebel spirit is born of witchcraft and rebellion. This demon is one of the most common spirits in operation today, both in the church and in the world, and it is a powerful enemy of the body of Christ. She operates freely on sincere believers whose hearts are for God individually, and has also attained positions of power as powers and principalities within the Church. This spirit establishes its stronghold primarily in women; however, many men have been victimized by it as well, where it functions as a "controlling" spirit.
The Spirit of Jezebel is basically a controlling spirit working through the lust of the flesh, and the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life. It has, in general, two aims:
To gain identity, glory, recognition, power, and satisfy the need for the "praises of men". This is a consequence of the desire for love and self-worth focussed on SELF.
Secondly the Jezebel spirit is a men hater and seeks to emasculate all men, and divest them of their authority and power over others. It fosters a distrust and hatred of men in general. The "Jezebel spirit" is in a constant agitation, terribly aggressive, very determined, callous, controlling, selfish, power-hungry, manipulative, unrepentant, deceitful spirit, an overwhelmingly evil spirit. Join us as we go into greater detail to rid our homes and lives of this deadly principlity!
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