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The business judgment rule is a presumption that directors of a corporation or those who manage other entities make business decisions on an informed basis, in good faith, and with the honest belief that the course taken was in the best interest of the entity. This podcast with Steven Migala explores the business judgment rule and explains its meaning and significance to those who serve as directors of corporations and who manage limited liability companies.
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What is the Last Judgment? Is God’s Judgment like our own that appears to condemn? Or does it set us free from all error in perception, awakening the mind from its dream of separation to truth?
What makes a fearful world of separation is a mind that has judged it self to be different and separate from its Source. The end to this dream of fear is the Last Judgment, and our mind’s final recognition of its error, which had no effect on truth.
“This is God’s Final Judgment: ‘You are still My holy Son, forever innocent, forever loving and forever loved, as limitless as your Creator, and completely changeless and forever pure.’” Pg. 455 Lessons.
Today, with Eloisa Ramos and the guidance of Lessons 311 to 320 of ACIM, we accept God’s Last Judgment which makes subjective perception pointless. For we can judge and believe we are anything we want; and so, we will see it reflected back in the world, but it has no effect on truth.
“Christ’s Second Coming gives the Son of God this gift; to hear the Voice for God proclaim that what is false is false, and what is true has never changed. And this the judgment is in which perception ends.” Pg. 455 Lessons.
For more information about Eloisa Ramos, her book Beyond Self-esteem: Discovering Your Boundless Self-worth, EFT and to download a free flowchart of the Ramos Clearing Technique; visit www.healing-with-eft.com.
New Arizona ant-deficiency case podcast by Attorney Steve Vondran Arizona real estate attorney Steve Vondran discusses the Arizona appellate court case of M&I Bank v. Mueller which took issue with Arizona's ant-deficiency law (A.R.S. 33-814).
In particular, the case dealt with an Arizona construction loan wherein the owner of the land started to build and construct their property which the court found was intended to be used as a single family dwelling.
Under A.R.S. 33-84 there can be no deficiency judgement where the property is 2.5 acres or less and iis utilized as a signle family or two family dwelling.
The bank sought to recoup their alleged losses following the Arizona non-judicial foreclosure sale. This court, on appeal, ruled that the borrower was protected by the Arizona anti-deficiency statute and thus, the bank could not recover its alleged losses.
As a footnote to the case pointed out, the lender should assuming the risk of falling real estate prices.
If you are facing foreclosure in Arizona, this general legal overview of the Arizona anti-deficieny statute may help you avoid liability, including a "shake-down" letter from the bank!
The current events of corrupt grand jury decisions that exonerate police officers killing black males.
President Barak Obama
The media as the instrument of satan to distract people (e.g. Bill Cosby, black professional athletes charged with child abuse)
Judgment starting on black people but will end on America as a whole
Judging caucasians as a nation but not as individuals
God gave America space to repent of her racism.
Cases still pending before God
Are you truly forgiving of your neighbor? Do you act differently around that Stripper, homosexual, and Killer? Why shouldn't we be judgment free? Why should we?
On the ''Playing Church'' Series Finale, Pastor Daniel Sutton helps Erik explore the way church members view other members and potential members that don't quite act the part. Three episodes left!
A discussion about the manifestation of the presence of God through the forces of nature, political turmoil, racial division, and the build-up for war
Many people know that the Bible teaches us not to bear false witness against one another. But did you know that when the Bible commands this, it's specifically referring to someone who's on trial for an alleged sin? Of course the Bible teaches that it's wrong to lie on someone in general. But bearing false witness against someone on trial is an even greater offence. TODAY live at 4:30pm EST tune in to hear "Slanderers At The Judgment Seat."
-What does it really mean to bear false witness against your neighbor?
-Did ancient Israel corrupt God's legal system?
-How did this affect the trial and sentencing of Jesus Christ?
Discover the answers to these exciting questions and many more TODAY (Sat. 11/1/14) LIVE at 4:30pm EST on "The Absolute Bible Truth" radio show! To listen in dial (646) 716-8249 or go to blogtalkradio.com. See you there!